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Configuration Guide - Device Management

S2720, S5700, and S6720 V200R013C00

This document describes the configurations of Device Management, including device status query, hardware management, Stack, SVF, cloud-based management, PoE, monitoring interface, OPS, energy-saving management, information center, fault management, NTP, synchronous ethernet, PTP.
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Configuring an AS

Configuring an AS

Context

An AS in an SVF system can be a standalone switch or a stack. If an AS is a stack, pre-configure the stack function on the AS and then connect the AS to the SVF system. For stack configuration details, see Stack Configuration in the Configuration Guide - Device Management of fixed switches.

When the parent is connected to an AS across a network, the fabric port, management VLAN, and client mode of the AS must be manually configured. Additionally, the AS must meet the following conditions before going online.

Table 4-11  Conditions for an AS going online

No.

Condition

Description

1

The AS is unconfigured (without any startup configuration file and input on the console port).

If one of the following conditions is met, the AS has gone online and input is allowed on its console port:
  • The prompt information "The switch has entered the uni-mng AS mode, and console port input is allowed." is displayed on the console port.
  • The State field in the display uni-mng interface fabric-port command output on the parent displays Connected.

2

If the AS is a stack, it contains a maximum of five member switches of which the stack ID ranges from 0 to 4.

If the number of member switches exceeds 5 or the stack ID is larger than 4, the AS cannot go online to connect to the SVF system.

3

Each AS has a unique management MAC address.

By default, an AS uses its system MAC address as the management MAC address to connect to an SVF system. When the management MAC address of an AS conflicts with that of another AS, you can run the as access manage-mac mac-address command to change the management MAC address so as to prevent MAC address conflicts.

When an AS is a stack of multiple devices:
  • Before connecting an AS with the pre-configured name and MAC address to an SVF system, you are advised to set up a stack for the AS and then configure the pre-configured MAC address as the management MAC address.

    When pre-configuring the name and MAC address of an AS, configure this MAC address as the MAC address of the master switch in the stack. In this situation, the AS management MAC address is the same as the pre-configured one by default, and no management MAC address needs to be configured.

  • If the AS name and MAC address are configured after the AS connects to an SVF system, the management MAC address does not need to be configured.

Configuring a Management VLAN and Enabling the Client Mode

Context

When an AS connects to an SVF system through a Layer 2 network, you must configure the device to work in client mode, configure a management VLAN.

NOTE:
  • The management VLAN of the AS must be consistent with the management VLAN configured on the parent.
  • The VCMP role switching command is mutually exclusive with the command that configures a device to work in client mode. If the current device is not a silent switch in a VCMP domain, the device cannot be configured to work in client mode. You must run the vcmp role silent command in the system view to set the VCMP role of the device to silent. After a device is configured to work in client mode, the VCMP role switching command cannot be executed. That is, the device cannot change from the silent role to another role.
  • The slot ID of the AS cannot be larger than or equal to 5. Otherwise, the management VLAN cannot be configured for the AS.
  • The management VLAN cannot be configured for the AS after the slot ID of the AS is changed using the stack slot slot-id renumber new-slot-id command.

Procedure

  1. (Optional) Set the role of the device in a VCMP domain to silent.
    1. Run system-view

      The system view is displayed.

    2. Run vcmp role silent

      The role of the device in a VCMP domain is set to silent.

    3. Run quit

      Exit from the system view.

  2. Run uni-mng indirect mng-vlan vlan-id

    The device is configured to work in client mode and a management VLAN is configured.

Configuring a Fabric Port (on an AS)

Context

When an AS connects to an SVF system across a Layer 2 network, the fabric port that connects the AS to the parent needs to be manually configured and has member ports added. A switch's uplink and downlink ports can be configured as member ports of an AS-side fabric port.

NOTE:

The command that configures the stack ID is mutually exclusive with the command that configures a member port for a fabric port:

  • After the stack slot slot-id renumber new-slot-id command is executed in a specified slot, the port in the slot cannot be configured as a member port of a fabric port.

  • After a port in a slot is configured as a member port of a fabric port, the stack ID of the slot cannot be configured using the stack slot slot-id renumber new-slot-id command.

You need to configure a member port of a fabric port according to the network configuration. A member port needs to be reconfigured if the stack ID changes because the stack changes, for example, the stacking function is disabled, or existing stack IDs conflict after member devices are added to the stack.

Procedure

  1. Run the uni-mng indirect fabric-port member interface interface-type interface-number command to configure the switch's specified uplink port as a member port of the fabric port that connects the AS to the parent across a network.
  2. (Optional) Run the uni-mng up-direction fabric-port member interface interface-type interface-number [ to interface-number ] command to configure the switch's specified downlink port as a member port of the fabric port that connects the AS to the parent across a network.

    NOTE:
    • If you use a downlink port as a member port of a fabric port, you must run the uni-mng up-direction fabric-port command.

    • You can run this command multiple times to add multiple member ports to the fabric port. A maximum of eight member ports can be added to a fabric port.

    • Member ports of a fabric port are added to Eth-Trunk0 by default.

    • Ports used to set up a stack cannot be configured as member ports of a fabric port.

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