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Configuration Guide - Basic Configuration

S2720, S5700, and S6720 V200R013C00

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, BootLoad Menu Operation.
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Ethernet Submenu

Ethernet Submenu

Before transferring files using the Ethernet submenu, deploy an FTP, TFTP or SFTP server as the file server and connect the device to the FTP, TFTP or SFTP server using the management interface.

NOTE:

If no management interface is provided on a device, use the first interface on the device to connect to the FTP, TFTP or SFTP server. If the first interface on a device is the combo interface, use the electrical mode.

Transferring files using an Ethernet interface is faster than using the serial port, but requires the deployment of an FTP, TFTP or SFTP server and an additional cable.

In the BootLoad main menu, select 3 to access the Ethernet submenu.
        BootLoad Menu                                                           
                                                                                
     1. Boot with default mode                                                  
     2. Enter startup submenu                                                   
     3. Enter ethernet submenu                                                  
     4. Enter filesystem submenu                                                
     5. Enter password submenu                                                  
     6. Clear password for console user                                         
     7. Reboot                                                                  
    (Press Ctrl+E to enter diag menu)                                           
                                                                                
Enter your choice(1-7): 3

        ETHERNET  SUBMENU

     1. Update BootROM system
     2. Download file to Flash through ethernet interface
     3. Upload Configuration file through ethernet interface
     4. Modify ethernet interface boot parameter
     5. Return to main menu

Enter your choice(1-5): 
Table 10-4  Ethernet submenu

Item

Description

1. Update BootROM system

Loads the BootROM program file using the Ethernet interface and upgrades the BootROM.

NOTE:
If you need to upgrade the BootROM using the Ethernet port, perform the following operations first:
  1. Prepare the BootROM program file to be updated, for example, the bootrom.bin file on the local device.
  2. Select 4. Modify ethernet interface boot parameter from the Ethernet submenu to modify network port parameters.
  3. After network port parameters are modified, select 3. Return to ethernet menu to return to the Ethernet submenu.
  4. Select 1. Update BootROM system to upgrade the BootROM system.

2. Download file to Flash through ethernet interface

Loads files to the flash memory using the Ethernet interface.

3. Upload Configuration file through ethernet interface

Uploads the configuration file to the FTP/TFTP/SFTP server for backup.

4. Modify ethernet interface boot parameter

Allows you to modify parameters on the Ethernet interface. Properly set the parameters on the Ethernet interface before uploading files using the Ethernet interface.

The Ethernet interface here refers to the management interface on the device. Configure the IP address of the Ethernet interface, files to be uploaded, and FTP/TFTP/SFTP user name and password, to connect the device to the FTP/TFTP/SFTP server.

5. Return to main menu

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Updated: 2019-04-04

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