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

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The third-party system can obtain eSight topology resource files or performance files through the northbound FTP interface.

File Transfer Mode

The northbound FTP interface supports file transmission in push and pull modes. When configuring the northbound FTP interface, plan the file transmission mode. Table 5-1 describes the two modes.

Table 5-1 File transfer mode




In this mode, the third-party system functions as the FTP server, and eSight functions as a client and automatically logs in to the FTP server and upload files.


In this mode, eSight functions as the FTP server. After topology resource files or performance files are generated in the specified directory, the third-party system functions as the client to automatically log in to the FTP server and download the files.

You can set the transfer protocol to FTP or SFTP in the two transfer modes. SFTP is based on the SSH protocol and the transfer contents are encrypted. SFTP is recommended because it is more secure.

Enabling the Northbound FTP Service

Before using the northbound FTP interface, you must enable the FTP service in the nbi_ftp_config_eSight.xml file. If the FTP service has been correctly configured in the southbound file med_node_1_svc.xml, the nbi_ftp_config_eSight.xml file does not need to be configured.

Updated: 2019-10-30

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