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OBN130100 iManagerN2000 BMS New Features

ISSUE 1.0

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Objectives

Upon completion this course, you will be able to

Back Up and Upgrade NEs through

Data Center

Operate ADSL Manager

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Chapter 1 Data Center

Chapter 2 DSL Keeper

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Introduction to the DC
The Data Center (DC) is a subsystem of the iManager N2000.The DC enables you to:
Back

up device data automatically or manually the history backup data

Recover Load

programs and patches on main/standby boards of devices

Create
Query

tasks to back up, save, and recover device data, and to load programs
device versions

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Installing the DC

The DC is an integrated component in the installation disk of the N2000. To install the DC, select it when installing the N2000.
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Logging In to the DC
In Windows OS, select Programs > iManager N2000 > DataCenter Client from the start menu, or double click the DC icon to display the login interface.

Select a Server

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Configuring Backup and Loading Directories


Select Options > Config System Information

IP address of the N2000 server.

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Configuring TFTP Service on Windows Server

Under the installation directory of the NMS Server, open the file folder bin. Double click tftpd32.exe Click the Tftp Server tab, and then click Settings. Set the directory which is the local TFTP root directory

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Configuring TFTP Services on Solaris Server

In the common desktop environment (CDE), right click, and then select Files > File Manager.

In the window that appears, find the inetd.conf file in the etc directory, and
then double click the file.

In the file editor that appears, find the following command: tftp dgram udp6 wait root /usr/sbin/in.tftpd in.tftpd -s

/tftproot.If this command does not exist, add it. If this command is marked with #, delete the #, and then save the file.

In the /etc/init.d directory, use the ./inetsvc stop command to stop the

services.

Use the ./inetsvc start command to restart the services.

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Backing Up NE Data Automatically


Operation Flow
Start

Set the backup directory

Configure TFTP services

Configure an auto save policy Configure an auto backup policy

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Backing Up NE Data Automatically


Configure an auto save policy On the device navigation tree, select a desired device type node, and then click the Save Policy Information tab in the right pane

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Backing Up NE Data Automatically


Configure an auto save policy

In the save policy list, select the desired policy, right click, and then
select Configure.

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Backing Up NE Data Automatically


Configure an auto backup policy On the device navigation tree, select a device type node, and then click
the Backup Policy Information tab in the right pane. In the backup policy list, select one record or more records, right click, and then select Configure.

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Backing Up NE Data Manually


Operation Flow
Start

Set the backup directory

Configure TFTP services

Save device data

Back up device data

End
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Backing Up NE Data Manually


Saving Device Data

On the device navigation tree, click the root node Devices or a device type node.

In the right pane, click the Device Information tab. In the device information list, select the desired device, or hold down Ctrl and click desired devices.

Right click, and then select Save.


In the dialog box that appears, click Start to save the device data.

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Backing Up NE Data Manually


Backing Up Device Data

On the device navigation tree, click the root node Devices or a device type node.

In the right pane, click the Device Information tab. In the device information list, select the desired device, or hold down Ctrl and click desired devices.

Right click, and then select Backup.


In the dialog box that appears, click Start to back up the device data.

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Backing Up NE Data Manually

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Recovering the Data of an NE


Operation Flow
Start

Set the loading directory

Configure TFTP services

Prepare the history backup file

Recover the device data

End
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Recovering the Data of an NE


On the device navigation tree or on the Device Information tab, select a
device, right click, and then select Recover.

Select the file to recover

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Recovering the Data of NEs


Operation Flow
Start

Set the loading directory

Configure TFTP services

Prepare the history backup file Create and run a recovery task

End
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Recovering the Data of NEs


Create a recovery task to recover the device with the history backup file.

Select System > Task Information from the main menu. In the task information list, right click, and then select Create Recover Task. Enter the task name. Click Select Recover Files.

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Recovering the Data of NEs


Select the desired device Select the desired file to recover.

Select the content type

Repeat to select more recovery files.


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Recovering the Data of NEs

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Recovering the Data of NEs

In the task list, right click the recovery task, and then select Start Task Immediately to run the task.

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Upgrading NE Software
Operation Flow Back up device data Start

Set the backup/loading directory Configure TFTP services

Prepare programs and data files


Load programs and data files

Recover the device data Save device data End

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Upgrading NE Software

Step 1 Save device data

Step 2 Back up device data


Step 3 Prepare programs and data files Step 4 Load programs

Select System > Task Information from the main menu, or click the
icon on the tool bar to display the task information interface.

In the task information list, right click, and then select Create Load

Task.

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Upgrading NE Software

Enter the task name, and then click Select Load Files.

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Upgrading NE Software

select the desired object

select the loading file and specify the content type


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Upgrading NE Software

Repeat to select loading files for other devices.

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Upgrading NE Software

In the task list, right click the loading task, and then select Start Task Immediately to run the task.

Step 5 Recovering Device Data


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Chapter 1 Data Center

Chapter 2 DSL Keeper

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Introduction to the DSL Keeper


The DSL Keeper aims to manage broadband ADSL services. The DSL Keeper consists of three functional modules:

ADSL Manager
ATU-R Manager Diagnosis Manager MA5100 series MA5300 series MA5600 series UA5000 series

The DSL Keeper manages the ADSL ports of these devices:


In addition, the DSL Keeper manages MT800 series terminals designed by Huawei. Adopts browser/server architecture
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Hardware Architecture
Web browser

System server/ Web server database server

DCN

To NEs Managed objects

Web browser

Web browser

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UA5000 NE client

iMAP (topology daem on)

UA5000 NE daemon

MD5500 NE client

MD5500 NEdaemon

MA5200 NE client

MA5200 NE daemon

Software Architecture

MA510X NE client

MA510X NE daemon

MA5300 NE client

MA5300 NE daemon

iMAP (resource, security and fault daem ons)

...

...

ASN.1

Client

DSL Keeper client (browser)

DSL Keeper daemon

Database

Server

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Installation

Install the DSL Keeper on a server

You can install the DSL Keeper together with the iManager N2000 by selecting the DSL Keeper component. There is no need to install a DSL Keeper client. You can use the Internet Explorer (IE) version 5.5 or later to log in to the DSL Keeper.

Set the DSL Keeper client

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Login to DSL Keeper

Add a user first


Start the iManager N2000. Select System > Security Management from the main menu. Add a user, set the access control list (ACL), user group, operation and administration authority.

Modify the IE settings


Start the IE. Select Tools > Internet Options

In the Temporary Internet files pane, click Settings


In the Check for newer versions of stored pages pane, select Every visit to the page.

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Login to DSL Keeper


On IE address bar, enter http://WebServerIP:8080/DSLKeeper Input the user name and password

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Functions of the ADSL Manager

Resource management

displays the lists of DSLAM devices, ADSL boards and ADSL ports

Customer Management

query, add, modify and delete customer data.

Maintenance management

activate, deactivate, block and unblock the ports of devices

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ADSL Manager Interface

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Device Management

Querying Device Information You can query device information by device type, device version, device status and device name. In the Device List, click the device name to query details.

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Device Management

Synchronizing Device Information

This operation enables you to synchronize device information, so as to keep the data on the device consistent with that saved in the ADSL Manager.

In the device list, select a desired device, and then click Synchronize

NE

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Board Management

Querying Board Information You can query by device name, board type, board version and board status. click a desired board index to display details.

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Port Management

Querying ADSL port information Click a desired port index to display the details

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Port Management

Activating/Deactivating ADSL Ports Blocking/Unblocking ADSL Ports Binding a Line Profile

Note

Only the port in deactivated state can be bound. After successful modification, you need to reactivate the port to ensure normal running of the port.
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Customer Management

Querying Customer Information click the customer name of a record to display the details.

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Customer Management

Adding Customer Information

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Customer Management

Activating/Deactivating an ADSL Port Bound with a Customer

Importing/Exporting Customer Data

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Port Information Statistics

Measuring Valid Port Rate

The port is valid when

Trained downstream rate Target rate x (1-x%)


(x is the set threshold)

Auto measurement : Target rate is the downstream rate set on the line profile which is bound with the port.

Customized measurement : Target rate is the rate you set

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Port Information Statistics

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Port Information Statistics

Measuring Port Status

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Summary

Summary

Grasp the operation of Data Center Grasp the operation of ADSL Manager

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