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S12700 V200R013C00 Configuration Guide - Basic Configuration

This document describes the configurations of Basic, including CLI Overview, EasyDeploy Configuration, USB-based Deployment Configuration, Logging In to a Device for the First Time, CLI Login Configuration, Web System Login Configuration, File Management, Configuring System Startup, ISSU Configuration, BootLoad Menu Operation.
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Implementing a Batch Upgrade Using the Commander

Implementing a Batch Upgrade Using the Commander

Context

To upgrade devices that are running properly on a network supporting EasyDeploy, classify devices using the same upgrade file into one group. The network administrator only needs to specify the upgrade file for the group to implement a batch upgrade.

Generally, you need to upgrade system software or patch files of devices. You are advised to create a group based on the following rules:

  • Create a built-in group if clients are the same model and use the same upgrade files.
  • Create a built-in group if clients are different models, but they have the same device type and use the same upgrade files.
  • Create a customized group based on client IP addresses if the clients are different models and use different upgrade files.

If no matching rule is found or a rule is matched but no file information is specified in the rule, the system uses the default file information.

Pre-configuration Tasks

Before implementing a batch upgrade using the Commander, complete the following tasks:

Procedure

  1. Configure information about files to be downloaded.

    • Configure file information for a client group.
      1. Run the system-view command to enter the system view.

      2. Run the easy-operation command to enter the Easy-Operation view.

      3. Perform either of the following steps based on the group type:

        • Configure a matching rule for a built-in group.

          1. Run the group build-in device-type command to create a built-in group and enter the group view.

        • Configure a matching rule for a customized group.

          1. Run the group custom { mac-address | esn | ip-address | model | device-type } group-name command to create a customized group and enter the group view.

          2. Run the match { mac-address mac-address [ mac-mask | mac-mask-length ] | esn esn | ip-address ip-address [ ip-mask | ip-mask-length ] | model model | device-type device-type } command to define the matching rule for the customized group.

        NOTE:
        • A maximum of 256 groups can be created and a maximum of 256 matching rules can be defined for the groups on the Commander. For groups created based on MAC addresses, IP addresses, or ESNs, multiple matching rules can be defined. For groups created based on device types and models, only one matching rule can be defined for each group.
        • If multiple types of groups are configured, the clients match the groups in the following sequence: MAC address > ESN > IP address > device model > device type in the customized group > device type in the built-in group.
        • If a client matches multiple groups of the same type, the groups are selected in alphabetical order of their names.
      4. Perform the following steps to specify the files to be downloaded:

        • Run the system-software file-name [ version ] command to specify the system software package name and version number.

        • Run the patch file-name command to specify the patch file name.

        • Run the configuration-file file-name command to specify the configuration file name.

        • Run the web-file file-name command to specify the web page file name.

        • Run the license file-name command to specify the license file name.

        • Run the { custom-file file-name } &<1-3> command to specify the user-defined file name. A maximum of three user-defined files can be specified.

    • Configure default file information.

      1. Run the system-view command to enter the system view.

      2. Run the easy-operation command to enter the Easy-Operation view.

      3. Perform the following steps to specify the files to be downloaded:

        • Run the system-software file-name [ version ] command to specify the system software package name and version number.

        • Run the patch file-name command to specify the patch file name.

        • Run the configuration-file file-name command to specify the configuration file name.

        • Run the web-file file-name command to specify the web page file name.

        • Run the license file-name command to specify the license file name.

        • Run the { custom-file file-name } &<1-3> command to specify the user-defined file name. A maximum of three user-defined files can be specified.

  2. Configure an activation policy for downloaded files.

    If no file activation mode or time is configured in the group, the global file activation mode and time configured on the Commander take effect. If no global file activation mode or time is configured on the Commander, the default file activation mode and time are used.

    By default, if downloaded files include the system software or configuration file, the devices activate all files by resetting. If the downloaded files do not include the system software and configuration file, the devices do not reset.

    • Configure a file activation policy in the group view.

      1. Run the system-view command to enter the system view.

      2. Run the easy-operation command to enter the Easy-Operation view.

      3. Run either of the following commands depending on your situation:

        To enter the built-in group view, run the group build-in device-type command.

        To enter the customized group view, run the group custom { mac-address | esn | ip-address | model | device-type } group-name command.

      4. Run the activate-file { reload | { in time | delay delay-time } } * command to configure an activation policy for the group.

    • Configure a global file activation policy.

      1. Run the system-view command to enter the system view.

      2. Run the easy-operation command to enter the Easy-Operation view.

      3. Run the activate-file { reload | { in time | delay delay-time } }* command to configure a global activation policy.

  3. Start batch upgrade.

    1. Run the system-view command to enter the system view.

    2. Run the easy-operation command to enter the Easy-Operation view.

    3. Run the upgrade group [ group-name ] &<1-15> command to start batch upgrade.

Verifying the Configuration

  • Run the display easy-operation group [ build-in [ device-type ] | custom [ groupname ] ] command to check the group database on the Commander.

  • Run the display easy-operation download-status [ client client-id | verbose ] command to check file download status on a client.

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