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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Self-Service Integration Guide 10

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Configuration Procedure

Configuration Procedure

This section describes how to configure the eSight northbound FTP interface (performance).

Procedure

  1. Log in to the eSight server.

    In Windows, log in to the eSight server as the Administrator user. In Linux, log in to the eSight server as the ossuser user.

  2. Configure a related item for generating performance northbound files. For details, see section Configuring the Generation of Performance Northbound File.
  3. Open the nbi.xml file.

    • Windows

      Access the <Installation directory>/AppBase/etc/oms.nbi directory and use the text editor to open the nbi.xml file.

    • Linux

      Run the following commands:

      cd <Installation directory>/AppBase/etc/oms.nbi

      vi nbi.xml

  4. In the nbi.xml file, configure the interconnection between eSight and third-party systems in push or pull mode.

    eSight can interconnect with a maximum of 20 third-party systems. Each <UserInfo> node indicates a third-party system.

  5. Save the modifications.

    • Windows

      Choose File > Save from the main menu of the text editor and close the window.

    • Linux

      Run the following command:

      :wq

  6. (Optional) Configure to automatically generate the northbound configuration file.

    • Windows

      Go to <Installation directory>\mttools\tools and execute renameNbi.bat.

    • Linux

      su - ossuser

      cd <Installation directory>/mttools/tools

      ./renameNbi.sh

  7. Restart the eSight service to make the configurations take effect.

    For details about how to start and stop eSight, see "Operation and Maintenance > Maintenance Guide > Common Operations and Configuration > Common eSight Operations" in the eSight Product Documentation.

  8. Check whether the northbound FTP interface is configured successfully. For details, see section Verifying Configurations.
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Updated: 2019-10-30

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