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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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eLTE Industry Terminal Management

eLTE Industry Terminal Management

This topic describes the definition, benefits, application scenarios, functions, principles, application restrictions, availability, and key indicators of eLTE industry terminal management.


Large-scale Industry Terminal remote management in a centralized manner is supported. In addition, the full life cycle management capability is provided, including deployment, configuration, monitoring, and diagnosis.


PnP Device Access

  • Automatically delivering configuration files

When an industry terminal is added to eSight, eSight automatically obtains and delivers the configuration file to the industry terminal based on the industry terminal model and version number.

  • Automatically upgrading version files

After an industry terminal firmware version file is uploaded to eSight, eSight compares the current firmware version with the uploaded version file. If the versions do not match, eSight upgrades it to the uploaded version.

Configuration Management

  • Basic information

    Users can view and update basic information about Industry Terminals.

  • Setting common parameters

    Users can set the following common parameters for managed objects: WAN, LAN, eSight server, router, firewall, and service access.

  • General configuration

    Users can modify Industry Terminal parameters using the TR-069-compliant configuration model tree.

  • Integrating the Industry Terminal web manager

    Users can jump to the Industry Terminal web manager from eSight, and set advanced parameters for a single Industry Terminal.

  • Exporting a configuration file

    Users can export industry terminal configuration files for backup. Batch export is supported.

  • Loading a configuration file

    Users can load configuration files for industry terminals.

  • Batch Configuration

    Users can set parameters for multiple industry terminals in batches.

Monitoring and Maintenance

  • Alarm Management

    Users can manage the following industry terminal alarms: high temperature, low temperature, lower computer disconnection, lower computer quantity threshold-crossing, LAN port upstream exception, weak wireless signal coverage, login and logout, and untrusted industry terminal quantity threshold-crossing.

  • Performing remote maintenance

    Users can remotely restart Industry Terminals, restore factory defaults, and use the ping command to check the connectivity.

  • Managing device logs

    Users can review diagnosis and routing log files about Industry Terminals, download them from Industry Terminals to the eSight server, and export them to a local disk. Batch export is supported.

  • Monitoring LAN port peak rates

    Users can monitor peak rates of incoming and outgoing traffic on LAN ports.

  • Batch Restart

    Users can restart Industry Terminals in batches.

  • Batch Factory Defaults Restoration

    Users can restore the factory defaults for selected Industry Terminals in batches. Perform this operation with caution.

  • Authentication Credential Setting and Modification

    eSight enables users to modify authentication credentials for one or more terminals.

  • Industry Terminal Status Monitoring

    This feature offers a GUI to monitor the connectivity status of Industry Terminals in batches. Users can use this feature to monitor key Industry Terminals and rapidly detect device problems that may have a great impact on services. This feature allows a maximum of 5 users to simultaneously monitor the connectivity status of 200 devices, and intuitively displays the monitoring process, current status, and last-hour online rate trend in different colors, tables, and charts.

  • Untrusted Industry Terminal Management

    eSight receives Industry Terminal registration requests and records basic information about Industry Terminals in lists. Users can selectively move Industry Terminals from the untrusted Industry Terminal list to the authorized Industry Terminal list.

  • Batch Upgrade

    Users can upgrade the Industry Terminal firmware versions in batches instantly or as scheduled. Users can also customize upgrade policies when the current and target versions of NEs are the same. The number of upgrade tasks that can be concurrently executed is controlled by the file server egress bandwidth.

  • Performance Management

    eSight supports real-time and periodical collection and display of Industry Terminal indicators, including LAN port rate, receive signal strength indicator, reference signal receiving power, and downstream signal-to-noise ratio.

  • Industry Terminal Connectivity Check

    Users can perform ping operations over selected Industry Terminals in batches. Users can configure the packet size, times, and timeout for ping operations. After ping operations are complete, the following information is displayed: the number of sent and received packets, lost packets, estimated travel time, and shortest/longest/average latency.

  • Industry Terminal and Lower Computer Connectivity Check

    This function is used to check the connectivity between a single Industry Terminal and its lower computer. After users can select an industry terminal on eSight, and specify the IP address or IP address range of a host, eSight can remotely initiate ping operations from the Industry Terminal to the host. Users can configure the packet size, times, and timeout for ping operations.

Application Restrictions

This feature has no special restriction.

Key Parameters

  • When deployed on a standard-configuration server, eSight can manage a maximum of 5,000 industry terminals.
  • When deployed on a high-configuration server, eSight can manage a maximum of 20,000 industry terminals.
    • Standard-configuration server: 12-core 2 GHz CPU, 32 GB memory, and 500 GB hard disk.
    • High-configuration server: 40-core 2 GHz CPU, 64 GB memory, and 1 TB hard disk.
Updated: 2019-09-12

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