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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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Adding Resources

Adding Resources

The eSight allows you to add IVS devices one by one to facilitate you in managing discovered IVS devices on the eSight.

Methods and Protocols Used for Adding Video Surveillance Devices

Before connecting video surveillance devices to the eSight, you need to learn about the methods of adding devices to the eSight.

Table 15-1 lists types of video surveillance devices that can be connected to eSight, specific device names, and methods of adding the devices to eSight.

Table 15-1 Methods to add video surveillance devices as well as used protocols

Device Name (Version)

Can Be Automatically Discovered? (Y/N)

Can Be Added in Batches? (Y/N)

Can Be Added One by One? (Y/N)

MAU

N

N

Y

MPU

N

N

Y

MTU

N

N

Y

TAU

N

N

Y

VMU

N

N

Y

VCN

N

N

Y

VCM

N

N

Y

CSP

N

N

Y

CloudVCN

N

N

Y

CloudVCM

N

N

Y

Setting Protocol Parameters for IVS Devices

IVS Devices include the MAU (Media Analysis Unit), MPU (Media Process Unit), MTU (Media Transcoding Unit), TAU (Terminal Access Unit), VMU (Video Management Unit) and VCN (Video Cloud Node). OMUs of the IVS system servers send alarms through the UOA to the eSight. Therefore, you need to configure UOA connection information on the OMU and eSight.

Prerequisite

  • The IVS unit has been connected to the UOA server and is working normally.
  • The UOA server is running properly.

Background

When you create IVS unified access agents, ensure that:

  • The number of cameras connected to a UOA does not exceed 3,000.
  • Each UOA is fully connected with cameras if possible so that a minimum number of IVS unified access agents need to be created. This facilitates subnet maintenance.

Configuration on the IVS C02

  1. Log in to the database as the OMU database user.
  2. Enter the tbl_omu_unified_configurations table. Configure the UOA_ip and UOA_port on the OMU.

    NOTE:

    Here, UOA_ip is the IP address and UOA_port is the port of the UOA server. You are advised to set the IP address based on site requirements and use the default value 6700 for the port number.

  3. Log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.
  4. Log in to the UOA installation directory and stop the UOA service.

    cd ${UOA_RUN_ROOT}/shell

    uoa_stop.sh

  5. Go to the $UOA_Server/cfg/system directory and add the IP address of the OMU to the adapter.acl file.
  6. Log in to the UOA installation directory and start the UOA service.

    cd ${UOA_RUN_ROOT}/shell

    uoa_start.sh

Configuration on the VCN

  1. (Optional) Set the VCN server IP address on the UOA server.

    If a UOA needs to manage multiple VCNs, perform 1 to manually add the IP addresses of the VCNs. If a UOA needs to manage only one VCN, skip 1 if you have set the VCN server IP address when using the iDeploy to install the UOA.

    1. Log in to the UOA server as the uoausr user.
      NOTE:

      If multiple UOAs are installed on the same server, log in to each UOA as the user that is created when the UOA is installed. The password of the user is the user password that you set when using the iDeploy to install the UOA.

    2. Stop the UOA service.

      uoa_stop.sh

      The following information is displayed:

      Are you sure to stop UOA?(y/n) ==> 
    3. Enter y and press Enter.
    4. Add the VCN IP address to the adapter.acl file in /home/uoausr/uoasetup/cfg/system.

      cd /home/uoausr/uoasetup/cfg/system

      vi adapter.acl

      Press Enter to start a new line and enter the IP address to add.

      192.168.111.224 
      192.168.111.225
      192.168.111.226
      NOTE:

      If the added VCNs are deployed in a cluster or a two-node cluster, you also need to add the corresponding floating IP address in the adapter.acl file.

    5. Press Esc and run the :wq command to save the settings and exit.
    6. Start the UOA service.

      uoa_start.sh

  2. Set UOA parameters on the OMU Portal.

    1. Log in to the OMU portal as the Admin user.
    2. Choose Maintenance > Unified Configuration.
    3. In the System Domains panel on the left, select an NE node to which an external alarm system is to be added.
    4. On the Unified Configuration tab page, select OMU from the Module name drop-down list box, select NMS Parameter from the Parameter type drop-down list box, and click Search, as shown in Figure 15-1. Then set UOA parameters that are displayed.
    Figure 15-1 NMS parameters

    NOTE:

    UOA_ip specifies the IP address of the UOA server. UOA_port specifies the port number of the UOA server. You are advised to use the default port number 6700.

Creating an IVS Unified Access Agent

After IVS unified access agents are created, the eSight automatically adds an IVS device (MAU, MPU, MTU, TAU, VMU , VCN and CloudVCN)to the matching subnet based on the IVS device's IP address.

Prerequisites

You have the "Access Resource" operation rights.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.
  2. Click Video Surveillance > Appliance or Video Surveillance > Video Cloud depending on the type of device you are accessing.
  3. Set the parameters based on Table 15-2.

    Table 15-2 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    How to Set

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Name of the IVS Unified Access Agent to be created.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the IVS access agent name that is added singly

    N/A

    Device type

    Type of device to be accessed.

    Select VCN or CloudVCN depending on the type of device you are accessing.

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the UOA server to which the subnet is connected.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of BindOMCLocalIP in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_common.ini file. To view the file, log in to the SNE server as the uoa user.

    Port

    Port for the UOA server to receive requests from the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of OMCSnmpListenPort in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_common.ini file. To view the file, log in to the SNE server as the uoa user.

    The default value is 6600.

    Security name

    User security name

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of SecurityUser in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file. To view the file, log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.

    Context name

    Name of the subset for the managed objects.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of ContextName in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file. To view the file, log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.

    Authentication protocol

    Algorithm that the UOA server uses to authenticate eSight.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of AuthEncrypt in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file on the UOA server. To view the file, log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    Authentication key

    Password that the UOA uses to authenticate the eSight.

    The value is written to the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file in the format of encrypted text during installation. To change the value, perform the following steps:

    1. Log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.
    2. Run the following commands:

      cd ${UOA_RUN_ROOT}/tools

      uoa_encrypt_tool -e the new password

    3. Write the encrypted password to AuthPassword in the uoa_snmpagent.ini file. Save the file and exit.

    Privacy protocol

    Algorithm used for data encryption during communication between the eSight and the UOA server.

    Set this parameter to the same as the value of PrivacyEncrypt in the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file on the UOA server. To view the file, log in to the UOA server as the uoa user.

    The default value is AES128.

    Private key

    Password used for parsing encrypted data during communication between the eSight and the UOA server.

    The value is written to the UOA installation directory/cfg/uoa_snmpagent.ini file in the format of encrypted text during installation. This password is changed in the same way as the password specified in Authentication key. After the password is changed, write the encrypted password to PrivPassword in the uoa_snmpagent.ini file.

    If the value of parameter Privacy protocol is set as None, this parameter is no need to set.

    Timeout interval (s):

    Timeout period, within which the subnet must respond to the message sent by the eSight. If the subnet does not respond within the timeout period, the eSight considers that the subnet does not exist.

    The default value is 30.

    NOTE:
    • After change the configuration file of the UOA, restart the UOA to make the modification take effect.
    • If you need to configure SNMP protocol parameters for a device, click Save Protocol Template after setting the SNMP protocol parameters. The next time you configure SNMP protocol parameters, click Select Protocol Template and apply a saved template.

  4. Click Connectivity Test to check whether the newly-added device can connect to the eSight.
  5. Click OK.

    The message "Adding NEs...Please wait" is displayed.

    When adding NEs, you can click Refresh to view the latest status of the NEs to be added.

    • If the NEs are added successfully, the message "Adding NEs successfully" is displayed.
    • If the NEs fail to be added, the message "Adding NEs failed" is displayed. Set the parameters again based on the causes in the error message that is displayed.

Result

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Resource Group > Subnet.

    If you can find the new IVS unified access agent in the management object list, the IVS unified access agent is created successfully.

  2. Choose Resource > Video Surveillance from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, choose Resource Management > Monitoring Platform.

    If you can find the new IVS solution NEs in the management object list, the NEs are added successfully.

Adding a Single VCM

You can add VCM (Video Content Management) or CloudVCM, on the eSight one by one.

Prerequisite

VCM or CloudVCM protocol parameters have been set. For the detailed operation procedure, see the related document of the VCM or CloudVCM.

Adding a Single VCM

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.
  2. Click Video Surveillance > Appliance.
  3. Set VCM or CloudVCM parameters according to Table 15-3.

    Table 15-3 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Subnet of the device to be accessed.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    Device type

    Type of device to be accessed.

    • VCM: Applies to box VCM.
    • VCM HARDWARE: Applies to traditional VCM.

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the VCM server.

    N/A

    Port

    Port that the VCM uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    The default value is 161.

    Set this parameter to the value of Port that is set on the VCM.

    Security name

    User security name.

    Set this parameter to the value of Security name that is set on the VCM.

    Context name

    Name of the subset for the managed objects.

    Set this parameter to the value of Context name that is set on the VCM.

    Authentication protocol

    Algorithm that the VCM uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value of Authentication protocol that is set on the VCM.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    Authentication key

    Password that the VCM uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value of Authentication key that is set on the VCM.

    Privacy protocol

    Algorithm used for data encryption during the communication between the eSight and the VCM.

    Set this parameter to the value of Privacy protocol that is set on the VCM.

    The default value is AES_128.

    Private key

    Password that the eSight uses to parse the encrypted data when communicating with the VCM.

    Set this parameter to the value of Private key that is set on the VCM.

    Timeout interval (s):

    Timeout period, within which the device must respond to the message sent by the eSight. If the device does not respond within the timeout period, the eSight considers that the device does not exist.

    The default value is 30.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

  5. Check the operation result.

    1. Choose Resource > Video Surveillance from the main menu.
    2. In the navigation tree, choose Resource Management > Monitoring Platform.

      If you can find the new devices in the management object list, the devices are added successfully.

Adding a Single CloudVCM

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.
  2. Click Video Surveillance > Video Cloud.
  3. Set CloudVCM parameters according to Table 15-4.

    Table 15-4 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Subnet of the device to be accessed.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    Device type

    Type of device to be accessed.

    Select CloudVCM.

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the VCM server.

    N/A

    Port

    Port that the VCM uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    The default value is 161.

    Set this parameter to the value of Port that is set on the VCM.

    Security name

    User security name.

    Set this parameter to the value of Security name that is set on the VCM.

    Context name

    Name of the subset for the managed objects.

    Set this parameter to the value of Context name that is set on the VCM.

    Authentication protocol

    Algorithm that the VCM uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value of Authentication protocol that is set on the VCM.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    Authentication key

    Password that the VCM uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value of Authentication key that is set on the VCM.

    Privacy protocol

    Algorithm used for data encryption during the communication between the eSight and the VCM.

    Set this parameter to the value of Privacy protocol that is set on the VCM.

    The default value is AES_128.

    Private key

    Password that the eSight uses to parse the encrypted data when communicating with the VCM.

    Set this parameter to the value of Private key that is set on the VCM.

    Timeout interval (s):

    Timeout period, within which the device must respond to the message sent by the eSight. If the device does not respond within the timeout period, the eSight considers that the device does not exist.

    The default value is 30.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

  5. Check the operation result.

    1. Choose Resource > Video Surveillance from the main menu.
    2. In the navigation tree, choose Resource Management > Monitoring Platform.

      If you can find the new devices in the management object list, the devices are added successfully.

Adding a Single CSP

For CSP devices earlier than V100R019C00, you can add the CSP devices to eSight for management through single CSP addition. For CSP devices of V100R019C00 or a later version, you can uniformly add CSP, OceanConnect, and CloudIVS devices to eSight for management through single CloudIVS addition.

Prerequisite

CSP protocol parameters have been set. For the detailed operation procedure, see the related document of the CSP.

Adding CSP Devices Earlier Than V100R019C00

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.
  2. Click Video Surveillance > Video Cloud.
  3. Set CSP parameters according to Table 15-5.

    NOTE:

    To obtain the SNMP parameters of the CSP device, perform the following operations:

    1. Log in to the CSP device portal.
    2. Choose System > SNMP Management from the main menu.
    3. View SNMP parameters on the right of the page.
    Table 15-5 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Subnet of the device to be accessed.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    Device type

    Type of device to be accessed.

    Select CSP.

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the CSP server.

    Set this parameter to the physical IP address of the Outer-OM network plane of the CSP01 or CSP02 node.

    Port

    Port that the CSP uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    The default value is 8000.

    Set this parameter to the value of Port that is set on the CSP.

    Security name

    User security name.

    Set this parameter to the value of Security name that is set on the CSP.

    Context name

    Name of the subset for the managed objects.

    Set this parameter to the value of Context name that is set on the CSP.

    Authentication protocol

    Algorithm that the CSP uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value of Authentication protocol that is set on the CSP.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    Authentication key

    Password that the CSP uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value of Authentication key that is set on the CSP.

    The default password is r1+@z(9Ho3b.

    Privacy protocol

    Algorithm used for data encryption during the communication between the eSight and the CSP.

    Set this parameter to the value of Privacy protocol that is set on the CSP.

    The default value is AES_128.

    Private key

    Password that the eSight uses to parse the encrypted data when communicating with the CSP.

    Set this parameter to the value of Private key that is set on the CSP.

    The default password is r1+@z(9Ho3b.

    Timeout interval (s):

    Timeout period, within which the device must respond to the message sent by the eSight. If the device does not respond within the timeout period, the eSight considers that the device does not exist.

    The default value is 30.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

  5. Check the operation result.

    1. Choose Resource > Video Surveillance from the main menu.
    2. In the navigation tree, choose Resource Management > Monitoring Platform.

      If you can find the new CSP device in the management object list, the device is added successfully.

Adding CSP Devices of V100R019C00 or a Later Version

  1. Choose Resource > Common from the main menu. In the navigation tree on the left, select Add Resource > Add Resource.
  2. Click Video Surveillance > Video Cloud.
  3. Set device parameters according to Table 15-6.

    NOTE:

    To obtain the SNMP parameters of the device, perform the following operations:

    1. Log in to the CSP device portal.
    2. Choose System > SNMP Management from the main menu.
    3. View SNMP parameters on the right of the page.
    Table 15-6 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Basic Information

    Subnet

    Subnet of the device to be accessed.

    N/A

    Name

    Name of the device.

    N/A

    Device type

    Type of device to be accessed.

    Select CloudIVS.

    SNMP

    IP address

    IP address of the CSP server.

    Set this parameter to the physical IP address of the Outer-OM network plane of the CSP01 or CSP02 node.

    Port

    Port that the CSP uses to receive requests from the eSight.

    The default value is 8000.

    Set this parameter to the value of Port that is set on the CSP.

    Security name

    User security name.

    Set this parameter to the value of Security name that is set on the CSP.

    Context name

    Name of the subset for the managed objects.

    Set this parameter to the value of Context name that is set on the CSP.

    Authentication protocol

    Algorithm that the CSP uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value of Authentication protocol that is set on the CSP.

    The default value is HMAC_SHA.

    Authentication key

    Password that the CSP uses to authenticate the eSight.

    Set this parameter to the value of Authentication key that is set on the CSP.

    The default password is r1+@z(9Ho3b.

    Privacy protocol

    Algorithm used for data encryption during the communication between the eSight and the CSP.

    Set this parameter to the value of Privacy protocol that is set on the CSP.

    The default value is AES_128.

    Private key

    Password that the eSight uses to parse the encrypted data when communicating with the CSP.

    Set this parameter to the value of Private key that is set on the CSP.

    The default password is r1+@z(9Ho3b.

    Timeout interval (s):

    Timeout period, within which the device must respond to the message sent by the eSight. If the device does not respond within the timeout period, the eSight considers that the device does not exist.

    The default value is 30.

    HTTPS

    User name

    User for eSight to access the CSP through HTTPS.

    Set this parameter to the northbound eSight interconnection account configured on the CSP.

    The default value is emscomm.

    Password

    User password for eSight to access the CSP through HTTPS.

    Set this parameter to the northbound eSight interconnection account password configured on the CSP.

    The default password of emscomm is ei*b+@b#6Nh(tS1j.

  4. Click OK.

    NOTE:

    To create more devices, click Apply.

    • If the device has been created successfully, the AddMO Success dialog box is displayed. Click OK in the dialog box.
    • If the device fails to be created, the Error dialog box is displayed, showing the failure cause. Click OK in the dialog box and set device parameters again.

  5. Check the operation result.

    1. Choose Resource > Video Surveillance from the main menu.
    2. In the navigation tree, choose Resource Management > Monitoring Platform.

      If you can find the new CSP, OceanConnect, and CloudIVS devices in the management object list, the devices are added successfully.

      NOTE:

      After OceanConnect and CloudIVS devices are deleted, you can click Synchronize Resource at the upper part of the page and synchronize OceanConnect and CloudIVS devices to eSight through the CSP.

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