Customer currently during some tests of U2000 V200R18. Figured
out how the NE data synchronization works between OLTs and U2000 via FTP.
It looks like the U2000 is communicating with OLT via FTP
not by an address IP that we're indicating during OLT ADD procedure, but by
using the address that the OLT has in route configuration 0.0.0.0/0. In this
case tested OLT had 172.28.x.xx and from that address the OLT is responding to
Customer 2 interfaces
on U2000 server and the main question is: Is it possible to make U2000 FTP server
work not on the 77.4x.xx.xx IP address, but on the other, on second interface
1. Configure an IP address on an unused network interface
for the communication between the U2000 and southbound NEs.
2. Log in to the U2000 as the ossuser user. Run the
following commands to configure an IP address for the communication between the
U2000 and southbound NEs. For example, on the U2000 that runs the Solaris OS,
configure the IP address 10.9.9.1.
3. To configure more than one such IP address, the specified
IP addresses must be in the following format:
4. Run the following command to check the IP address is
OS, perform the following operations: $ ./configsouthip.sh -get
In Windows OS, perform the following operations: >
5. If information similar to the following is displayed, the
IP address 10.9.9.1 is configured as an IP address for the communication
between the U2000 and southbound NEs. 10.9.9.1
6. Stop the U2000 service. For details, see operations of
stopping the U2000 server in Shutting Down a U2000.
7. Start the U2000 service. For details, see operations of
starting U2000 server in Starting the U2000 System.