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eSight V300R010C00 Operation Guide 07

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Setting Egress Devices

Setting Egress Devices

This section describes how to set egress devices so that the network topology between IPCs and VCNs can be restored for E2E fault analysis.

Prerequisites

  • Network devices have been added to eSight.
  • You have the permission to manage network devices and set egress devices.

Scenario of Setting Egress Devices

Table 15-8 describes the scenarios and methods of setting egress devices.
NOTE:

If the VCN version is the CLOUD IVS version, that is, V100R019C00, the VCN can report the gateway on the IPC side and the reported gateway can be managed by eSight. In this case, no egress device needs to be configured.

Table 15-8 Scenarios and methods of setting egress devices

Scenario

Setting Method

Two or more layer-3 forwarding devices exist between the IPC and VCN.

  • Set the first layer-3 forwarding device next to the IPC and that next to the VCN as egress devices, as shown in the following figure.

  • If the first layer-3 forwarding device next to the IPC or VCN has a DR device, the DR device must also be configured as an egress device, as shown in the following figure.

  • If the IPC or VCN is directly connected to the first layer-3 forwarding device, you do not need to set the egress device.
    • In the following figure, the IPC is directly connected to the first layer-3 forwarding device. In this case, you do not need to set an egress device on the IPC side.

    • In the following figure, the VCN is directly connected to the first layer-3 forwarding device. In this case, you do not need to set an egress device on the VCN side.

    • In the following figure, the IPC and VCN are directly connected to their first layer-3 forwarding devices respectively. In this case, you do not need to set an egress device on the IPC or VCN side.

An unknown network exists between the IPC and the VCN. The unknown network contains layer-3 forwarding devices. Both the IPC and VCN are next to layer-2 forwarding devices.

NOTE:

An unknown network refers to a network that cannot be managed. That is, eSight cannot manage devices on the network.

  • Set the last layer-2 forwarding device next to the IPC and that next to the VCN as egress devices, as shown in the following figure.

  • If the last layer-2 forwarding device next to the IPC or VCN has a DR device, the DR device must also be configured as an egress device, as shown in the following figure.

  • If the IPC or VCN is directly connected to the last layer-2 forwarding device, you do not need to set the egress device.
    • In the following figure, the IPC is directly connected to the last layer-2 forwarding device. In this case, you do not need to set an egress device on the IPC side.

    • In the following figure, the VCN is directly connected to the last layer-2 forwarding device. In this case, you do not need to set an egress device on the VCN side.

    • In the following figure, the IPC and VCN are directly connected to their last layer-2 forwarding devices respectively. In this case, you do not need to set an egress device on the IPC or VCN side.

An unknown network exists between the IPC and VCN, and layer-3 forwarding devices exist next to the IPC and VCN.

  • Set the first layer-3 forwarding device next to the IPC and that next to the VCN as egress devices, as shown in the following figure.

  • If the first layer-3 forwarding device next to the IPC or VCN has a DR device, the DR device must also be configured as an egress device, as shown in the following figure.

  • If the IPC or VCN is directly connected to the first layer-3 forwarding device, you do not need to set the egress device.
    • In the following figure, the IPC is directly connected to the first layer-3 forwarding device. In this case, you do not need to set an egress device on the IPC side.

    • In the following figure, the VCN is directly connected to the first layer-3 forwarding device. In this case, you do not need to set an egress device on the VCN side.

    • In the following figure, the IPC and VCN are directly connected to their first layer-3 forwarding devices respectively. In this case, you do not need to set an egress device on the IPC or VCN side.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Video Surveillance from the main menu.
  2. Choose Video Surveillance > System Settings > Egress Device Settings from the navigation tree on the left.
  3. Click Add Device.
  4. Select a device type to be added in By Device Type on the right of the Add Devices dialog box.

  5. Select devices to be added in the Available Resource list.

    NOTE:

    To add devices of multiple types, repeat 4 through 5.

  6. Click Confirm.
  7. Click OK.

    NOTE:
    • After adding egress devices, you can click in the Operation column to delete an egress device or click Delete Device at the upper part of the page to delete egress devices in batches.
    • If an egress device is deleted from the network device, the egress device is automatically deleted from the egress device list.

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