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Configuration Guide - Device Management

S7700 and S9700 V200R013C00

This document describes the configurations of Device Management, including device status query, hardware management, CSS, SVF, PoE, OPS, OIDS, energy-saving management, information center, fault management, NTP, synchronous ethernet, PTP.
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Backing Up Electronic Labels

Backing Up Electronic Labels

Context

Information in electronic labels can be useful if you need to troubleshoot a network fault or replace hardware in batches. Therefore, backing up electronic labels is important to improving maintenance efficiency.
  • If a network fault occurs, you can rapidly learn about hardware information using electronic labels, improving hardware maintenance efficiency. In addition, information in electronic labels of faulty hardware enables you to analyze and trace hardware defects.

  • Before replacing hardware in batches, you can obtain accurate hardware deployment information based on information in the electronic labels recorded in the archive systems of customers' devices. This information enables you to evaluate the impact of hardware replacement and define policies to efficiently replace hardware in batches.

Electronic labels can be backed up to a file server or the local memory. Before backing up electronic labels to a file server, ensure that the device and file server can communicate. The file server can be an FTP, TFTP, or SFTP server. SFTP is recommended for high-security scenarios because FTP and TFTP cannot ensure secure file transfer.

Procedure

  • Run backup elabel filename [ chassis-id[/slot-id ] ]

    Electronic labels are backed up to the local memory.

  • Run backup elabel ftp ftp-server-address filename username password [ chassis-id[/slot-id ] ]

    Electronic labels are backed up to an FTP server.

  • Run backup elabel sftp sftp-server-address filename username password [ chassis-id[/slot-id ] ]

    Electronic labels are backed up to an SFTP server.

  • Run backup elabel tftp tftp-server-address filename [ chassis-id[/slot-id ] ]

    Electronic labels are backed up to a TFTP server.

  • Run backup elabel backplane filename chassis chassis-id

    Electronic labels of the backplane are backed up to the local memory.

  • Run backup elabel backplane ftp ftp-server-address filename username password chassis chassis-id

    Electronic labels of the backplane are backed up to an FTP server.

  • Run backup elabel backplane tftp tftp-server-address filename chassis chassis-id

    Electronic labels of the backplane are backed up to a TFTP server.

  • Run backup elabel backplane sftp sftp-server-address filename username password chassis chassis-id

    Electronic labels of the backplane are backed up to an SFTP server.

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Updated: 2019-04-20

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