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eSight V300R010C00 Operation Guide 08

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Configuration File

Configuration File

This topic describes how to manage configuration files.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight client.
  • You have obtained the configuration files of industry terminals and eNodeB devices.
  • You have been assigned the operation rights.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > eLTE > Configuration File Management > Configuration File from the main menu.
  2. Click , and enter the basic information and select a configuration file on the page that is displayed.

    1. In the Basic Information area, if Device Classification is set to Industry Terminal, set Configuration file name, Remark, Applicable product model, and Support all versions. If Support all versions is set to OFF, set Firmware version supported by the Industry Terminal.

      If Device Classification is set to eNodeB, set Configuration file name, Remark, and Applicable Device.

    2. Click next to Configuration file to select a configuration file.
      NOTE:

      By default, the maximum number of uploaded industry terminal configuration files is 20000.

      By default, the maximum number of uploaded eNodeB configuration files is 2000.

    3. Set Default Configuration File.
      NOTE:

      This step is applicable only to industry terminals and is not involved in eNodeB devices.

    4. Click OK.
      NOTE:

      If the default configuration file of the industry terminal product model exists on eSight and you have set Default Configuration File to ON, a confirm dialog box is displayed. To make the current configuration file become the new default configuration file, click Yes.

      Only one of the configuration files from the same source is saved for a device in the eNodeB.

Follow-up Procedure

After you create a configuration file successfully, you can perform the following operations on the Configuration File page.

Task

Operation

Remarks

Query information

You can perform this operation to query information about configuration file.

  1. Click and set the search criteria on the page that is displayed.
  2. Set the search criteria, including the device type, device version, creation time, device model, and applicable device.
  3. Set Default (whether the configuration file is the default one) and Encryption (whether to encrypt the configuration file) next to More.
  4. Click Search. Information about configuration file is displayed on the current page.
  5. Click a task name. Information about the queried task is displayed on a new page.

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Set as the default configuration file

You can perform this operation to set the current configuration file as the default configuration file.

  1. Click in the Operation of the target configuration file.
    NOTE:

    If the default configuration file of the product model exists on eSight, a confirm dialog box is displayed. To make the current configuration file become the new default configuration file, click Yes.

  2. Click Yes.

This function is available only for industry terminals.

Modify information

You can modify information in the configuration file.

  1. Click next to the target configuration file.
  2. A new page is displayed. Modify configuration file information on the page that is displayed.
  3. Click OK.

If a configuration file is in use, you cannot modify its information.

Delete information

You can perform this operation to delete a configuration file.

  • Delete a single configuration file.
    1. Click next to the target configuration file.
    2. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
  • Delete configuration files in a batch.
    1. Select configuration files you want to delete.
    2. Click Delete.
    3. Click Yes in the Confirm dialog box.
  • If a configuration file is in use, you cannot delete it.
  • When you perform a batch deletion operation, you can only delete selected configuration files that are not in use.

Download information

You can perform this operation to download a configuration file.

  1. Click in the Operation column of a configuration file to download the file to the local host.

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Updated: 2019-08-03

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