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

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Configuring the Interconnection with the third-party system (push)

Configuring the Interconnection with the third-party system (push)

In the nbi.xml file, configure the interconnection between the eSight and the third-party system in push mode to enable the eSight to actively upload topology resource files to a specified directory of the third-party system FTP server.

  • The eSightcan interconnect with a maximum of 20 third-party systems. Each UserInfo node indicates a third-party system.
  • The iEMP acts as the FTP client and supports either the public key authentication or password authentication mode. If the public key mode is used, configure a public key by following section How Do I Configure a Private Key in Push Mode

Context

  • Changing passwords periodically prevents theft of the passwords and unauthorized access.
  • It supports 20 users most to connect to the FTP or SFTP server.
  • The FTP or SFTP user is automatically logged out if it is idle for more than 5 minutes.
  • When FTP or the SFTP user tries 5 connection defeats continuously, this user will be locked for 5 minutes.

Prerequisites

  • The following information about the third-party system is collected:
    • IP address and port ID of the FTP server
    • FTP user name and password
    • Authentication mode
    • Directory for storing topology resource files on the third-party system FTP server
  • Whether the third-party system user has the write permission for the eSight northbound FTP server

Procedure

  1. Configure the push mode for transferring topology resource files.

    Table 5-4 Configuring the mode for transferring topology resource files

    Configuration Item

    Description

    Value

    UserInfo > UserFtpInfo > CommonFTPInfo > IsPush

    Sets the mode for obtaining topology resource files.

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  2. Configuring the name of the third-party system.

    Table 5-5 Configuring the name of the third-party system

    Configuration Item

    Description

    Value

    UserInfo > NmsinfoName

    Configures the IP address of the third-party system.

    An IP address is configured.

    NOTE:

    When configures multiple third-party system, it's required to set different IP address.

  3. Configure FTP information of the third-party system.

    The FTP information of the third-party system needs to be configured only when the value of IsPush is 1.Table 5-6 lists the FTP information to be configured.

    Table 5-6 Configuring FTP information of the third-party system

    Configuration Item

    Description

    UserInfo > UserFtpInfo > CommonFTPInfo > FTPServerIp

    Indicates the IP address of the FTP server.

    UserInfo > UserFtpInfo > CommonFTPInfo > Port

    Indicates the port ID of the FTP server.

    UserInfo > UserFtpInfo > CommonFTPInfo > Username

    Indicates the FTP user name.

    NOTE:

    When configures different third-party system, it's required to set different user name.

    UserInfo > UserFtpInfo > CommonFTPInfo > AuthMode

    Indicates the authentication mode.

    UserInfo > UserFtpInfo > CommonFTPInfo > AuthInfo

    Indicates the FTP user password.

    NOTE:
    • To use encrypt.sh to encrypt data on Linux, run the following commands:

      1>cd eSight installation directory/AppBase/tools/bmetool/encrypt

      2>./encrypt.sh 0

      3>Enter the new password as prompted.

      Encrypt password result: 

      After the command is successfully executed, the ciphertext for the new password is displayed.

    • To use encrypt.bat to encrypt data on Windows, run the following commands:

      1>cd /d eSight installation directory/AppBase/tools/bmetool/encrypt

      2>encrypt.bat 0

      3>Enter the new password as prompted.

      Encrypt password result: 

      After the command is successfully executed, the ciphertext for the new password is displayed.

    UserInfo > UserFtpInfo > CommonFTPInfo > ValuePhrase

    Indicates that the content is the ciphertext after encryption.

    NOTE:
    • If the OMS connects to the third-party system through SFTP, and AuthMode is 1 (public key-based authentication), this parameter indicates the password for the private key file.
    • By default, this configuration item is not provided. It is configurable to be compatible with earlier versions.

    UserInfo > UserFtpInfo > CommonFTPInfo > FileTransMode

    Indicates the protocol used for uploading files.

    • 0: FTP
    • 1: SFTP

      Use SFTP to ensure file transfer security.

    UserInfo > UserFtpInfo > CommonFTPInfo > isPassive

    Specifies the file transfer method in push mode based on the FTP.
    • 0: active
    • 1: passive

    UserInfo > UserFtpInfo > TopologyFTPInfo > NMSTopologyFilePath

    Indicates the directory for storing topology resource files on the third-party system FTP server.

    NOTE:
    • In the Windows operating system, set this parameter to a relative path. The relative path is the root directory of the FTP server. The relative path starts with a slash (\). For example, if this parameter is set to \relativePath, the file is uploaded to Root directory of FTP server\relativePath.
    • In the Linux operating system, set this parameter to a relative path. The relative path starts with a slash (\). The relative path is the root directory of the FTP server. For example, if this parameter is set to /relativePath, the file is uploaded to Root directory of FTP server/relativePath.

  4. Restart the eSight service for the configurations to take effect.
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