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Click the FM Installer link. Step 6. Click Next to begin the installation. Step 7. Check the I accept the terms of the License Agreement check box and click Next. Step 8. Click the radio button for either: a. Click Next in the Database Options dialog box. Enter a user name and password and click Next. Click Verify to test your login. Click Install if you are installing Fabric Manager Standalone. Installing Fabric manager on Windows bit Note that Cisco Fabric Manager has not been officially tested on any bit platforms, only bit platforms are officially supported.

However users were able to install Fabric Manager on bit Windows by following these steps: Step 1. Then just follow the steps for the install, as shown in section above. Labels: Storage Networking.

Figure STA Configuration. Step 2 Check Auto-connect to enable or uncheck to disable auto-connect feature. Step 2 Click Add to add a row in the profile binding table. Choose the channel and click Scan. Step 4 Choose encryption mode and enter the encryption key. Follow these steps to connect to or disconnect from an SSID:.

The Edit Profile window is displayed, with the same options of the Add Profile window. Follow these steps to change the SSID prefer list:. Step 2 Choose an profile in the binding table and click Priority.

The Priority Profile window is displayed. Step 3 Choose an profile in the list and click Move up or Move down to change the order. Step 2 Choose an profile in the list and click Delete to delete that row. The 3G Settings tab is displayed, as shown in Figure Step 2 Click Search. Step 3 Make sure that the PIN is verified. Step 4 Click Submit and wait several minutes.

Step 5 Complete the search operation according to the prompt information. Step 6 In the Timeout field, specify the duration of idle time in seconds.

This field is only valid when DDR is On. Step 11 In the Expect Send field, enter a pair of information elements, which contains an item to expect and an item to send in response. Step 12 Choose one of the following bands from the Band drop-down list:. Step 14 Click Submit. Step 5 In the Timeout field, specify the duration of idle time in seconds. Step 10 In the Expect Send field, enter a pair of information elements, which contains an item to expect and an item to send in response.

Step 11 Choose one of the following modes from the Cellular Mode drop-down list:. Step 12 Click Submit. It is only used to display the information. The Profile tab is displayed, as shown in Figure You can click Modify or Remove if you want to modify or delete that row. Step 6 Enter the user name and password required for authentication. Step 8 Click Submit. The PIN tab is displayed, as shown in Figure Step 2 Choose the option that you want and click Submit.

The Firmware tab is displayed, as shown in Figure Figure Switching Firmware. Step 2 Choose the firmware that you want and click Switch. You can configure the following PPPoE settings on the router:. Step 2 Click Add to add a row in the profile table. Step 4 Click OK to add the new profile. Step 2 Choose a profile from the list and click Edit.

Step 3 Make the changes that you want. Step 4 Click OK to save the changes. Follow these steps to connect to or disconnect from a PPPoE connection:. Step 2 Choose an profile in the list and click Connect or Disconnect. You can configure the following VLAN settings on the router:.

The Configure Ports tab is displayed, as shown in Figure Step 3 Click the Create button. Follow these steps to configure the VLAN setting of the port:. Step 2 Choose the port and click Modify. The Modify ports window is displayed, as shown in Figure Step 3 Choose the port mode, access or trunk.

Step 5 Click OK to save the changes and Cancel to restore the previous values. The router supports the following types of VPN connections:. The VPN information window is displayed in the right pane. The VPN window is displayed, as shown in Figure Step 2 Click Add in the right pane.

A new window is displayed, as shown in Figure Step 5 Enter the fields for each type. Step 3 Enter the IP address of the server in the Network field and choose the netmask.

Step 3 Enter the address prefix for address assignment in the Address Prefix field. Follow these steps to configure NAT on the router:. The NAT window is displayed, as shown in Figure Figure NAT Configuration. Step 3 Choose the inside interface. Step 4 Enter the IP address and subnet mask of the inside interface. Step 5 Choose one of the following as the outside interface:. Step 6 Enter the IP address and subnet mask of the outside interface.

Platform configuration includes the following information:. Follow these steps to configure the LLDP settings:. Use the SNMP window to configure the following settings:. Follow these steps to configure SNMP system options:. Step 2 In the System Location field, enter the location of the person that is identified as the system contact.

The string can be up to characters and is case sensitive. Spaces are allowed, but multiple spaces are shortened to a single space. Step 3 In the System Contact field, enter a person to notify when problems occur. Step 4 Click Submit to save the changes. The community string acts like a password to permit access to the agent on the router. Optionally, you can specify one or more of these characteristics associated with the string. Follow these steps to add an SNMP community string:.

Step 3 Enter a string in the Community String field. By default, the community string permits read-only access to all objects. Step 5 Click Add to add the community string. Follow these steps to delete an SNMP community string:. Step 2 Choose the line that you want to delete and click Delete. Views are listed in the order in which they have been created. You can create up to 10 views. Step 3 Enter a name in the View Name field.

This value identifies a subtree of the MIB. It can be up to 64 alphanumeric characters. Step 5 Choose a type for the Type of View option. Step 6 Click OK to add the community string. Groups are listed in the order in which they have been created. The maximum number of SNMP groups that can be created is Step 3 Enter a name in the Group Name field.

Step 4 Choose a security version from the Version drop-down list. Valid values are:. Step 5 Choose Readview and Writerview. Step 6 Click OK to add the group. Users are listed in the order in which they have been created. The maximum number of users that can be created is Before you add users, make sure there is at least one group that has already been created.

Step 3 Enter a name in the User Name drop-down list. Step 4 Choose a group from the Group Name field. Step 5 Choose a security version from the Version drop-down list. Valid values are v1, v2c, and v3. If you choose v3, enter the values in the Auth, Auth-password, Priv, and Prov-password fields as well. The router supports local authentication using the local lookup database or remote authentication using one or more RADIUS servers.

Use the AAA window to configure the authentication. Follow these steps to configure authentication type:. Figure Authentication Type. Step 3 Click Submit to save the change. Step 4 Enter the UDP destination port for authentication requests in the server port field.

All leading spaces are ignored, but spaces within and at the end of the key are used. If you use spaces in your key, do not enclose the key in quotation marks unless the quotation marks themselves are part of the key.

Step 6 Enter the value in the key field again in the key confirm field. Step 3 Enter a name in the group name field. Step 4 Enter the IP address or domain name of the server in the server field. Step 5 Enter the UDP destination port for authentication requests in the server auth-port field. Use the Local Authentication tab to add or delete local users. Follow these steps to add a local authentication user:. Figure Local Authentication. Step 2 Click Add to open the Add local user window, as shown in Figure Figure Add Local User.

Step 3 Enter user name, password, and description of the user, and repeat the password in the confirm password field. Step 4 Click OK to add the local user. Step 2 Choose the line that you want to delete from the list and click Delete. You can configure either way in this window:. Step 1 Click Time in the left pane under Platform Configuration. Step 4 Choose the server address type:. Step 5 Enter the key number in the Key Number field. Step 6 Optional Enter the maximum polling time interval in seconds in the Maxpoll field.

Step 7 Optional Enter the minimum polling time interval in seconds in the Minpoll field. Step 3 Enter the key number in the Key Number field.

You may see this error message if you cannot connect to the fabric and your PC has multiple network interface cards. The problem may be that Fabric Manager is trying to communicate through the wrong interface you can verify this by checking the FMServer. Generally it is best to let Fabric Manager choose the interface on startup. If you are getting the above error, something may have gone wrong. To reset Fabric Manager so that it chooses the interface next time it starts, follow these steps:.

Step 1 Open the server. Step 2 Comment out the line: snmp. Step 3 Save and exit the file. Step 4 Restart Fabric Manager. Note There are some cases where you would not want to do this, and should manually select the interface that Fabric Manager uses. If your PC has multiple interfaces NICs , the four Cisco Fabric Manager applications detect these interfaces automatically ignoring loopback interfaces. Fabric Manager Client and Device Manager detect all interfaces on your PC each time you launch them, and allow you to select one.

Fabric Manager Server and Performance Manager detect on initial install, and allows you to select one. You are not prompted again to choose an interface with these two applications. There may be circumstances where you will want to change the interface you are using. For example:. Refer to the following sections, depending on which application you want to recognize the interface.

Step 1 Go to the MDS folder. Step 2 Edit the server. Step 3 Scroll until you find the line: snmp. Step 4 If the line is commented, remove the comment character. Step 6 Save the file. Step 7 Stop and restart Fabric Manager Server. Step 2 Edit the DeviceManager. Step 4 Add the parameter -Device Managerds. Step 1 Launch the Java Web Start application. Step 5 Click OK. If you have a switch that you have removed from the fabric, there will be a red X through the switch’s icon.

You can clear this information from the Fabric Manager client, or from the Fabric Manager server which will clear the information for all clients without having to reboot the switch. To clear information from topology maps using Fabric Manager, follow these steps:. Step 1 Click the Refresh Map icon in the Fabric pane. You can use Fabric Manager version 2.

Certain 2. The error message you are getting indicates that the Java Web Start cache is corrupted. You can try clearing your Java Web Start cache first. To clear the Cache either run Java Web Start from the Programs menu and under the preferences select clear cache. Or do it manually by first making sure all Fabric Manager or Device Manager instances are closed and then deleting. You can also browse beneath the cache folder and delete the offending IPAddress folder e.

Also you can run the un-install program, then deleting. Then re-install Fabric Manager. In Fabric Manager, it is possible to search for one or more devices by different attributes, including pWWN. Step 1 Right-click the map and choose Find Elements from the drop-down menu. Step 2 Choose End Device from the first drop-down list see Figure Step 4 Click Find in Map see Figure You see the device highlighted in the Fabric pane. Right-click any device to see the attributes for that device.

You can also select a link leading to a device to see the attributes for the link. You must install a Cisco MDS Family Cisco Fabric Manager Server package on at least one switch in each fabric where you intend to manage switches, if you intend to use the enhanced management capabilities the license package provides. You must also license all switches you plan to monitor with the Performance Manager historical performance monitoring feature.

Failure to license all switches can prevent effective use of the Flow performance monitoring, so it is recommended to license all switches in each fabric managed by Cisco Fabric Manager Server. You are free to try Cisco Fabric Manager Server capabilities prior to installing a license, but the those extended functions will stop working after the day grace period expires. Standard Cisco Fabric Manager configuration and management capabilities will continue to be accessible without any licensed switches after the grace period expires.

To monitor and manage multiple fabrics, you must persist one or more fabrics. Both fabrics must not be physically connected. If you are using a licensed feature and that license is allowed to expire, Fabric Manager shows a license violation, and an orange X is placed through the switch on the Fabric Manager map. To clear the license violation message and the orange X, stop the Cisco Fabric Manager service on the host, and restart it again.

Download this chapter. Management Software FAQ. What do I do if my desktop shortcuts not visible? What do I do if an upgrade is not working?

How do I run Java Web Start from the command line? How do I clear the Java Web Start cache? General What do I do if I see errors while monitoring Area chart graphing? What do I do if I see “gen error” messages? What do I do if I can’t see the Information pane?

Windows Issues What do I do when text fields show up too small, and I cannot enter any data? What do I do when printing causes an application crash? How do I fix a “too many open files” error?

Other How do I set the map layout so it stays after Fabric Manager restarted? How do I upgrade without losing map settings? How do I clear the topology map? How do I search for Devices in a Fabric?

How does Fabric Manager Server licensing work? How do I manage Multiple Fabrics? Click Logs under Monitor in the left pane to view the system logs.

You can filter the logs by choosing output modifiers:. Ping and traceroute are available as troubleshooting tool in the device manager.

Click Troubleshooting in the left pane. The Troubleshooting window is displayed, as shown in Figure Figure Troubleshooting Window. Step 1 Choose a troubleshooting approach: Ping or Layer 3 trace. Step 4 Click Start to start troubleshooting. The result is displayed in the Result text area. You can perform software upgrade, configuration archive, VPN auto config, and to restart or reset the router in the Maintenance section.

You can upgrade the router software to update the router with the latest software fixes and features. Note You must have access to the Internet to download router software from Cisco. A Cisco. Until after the upgrade process completes, do not use or close this browser session and do not access the device manager from another browser session.

Follow these steps to upgrade the router software:. Step 1 Click Software Upgrade under Maintenance in the left pane. The Software Upgrade window is displayed, as shown in Figure Figure Software Upgrade.

Figure Upgrade Setting. Step 3 The Upgrade Setting window displays device name and current version information. Click Browse to select an image file. Step 4 Click Upload to upload this image file. The upgrade image file name is displayed in the New Image Name field and upload status is displayed in the Status field.

Note You must download and use the software image in zip file format not bin file format to upgrade the router through the device manager. Step 5 Click Upgrade to upgrade the router to the new image.

Note During the upgrade process, do not use or close this browser session. Do not access the device manager from another browser session. When the upgrade process completes, a success message appears, and the router automatically restarts. It might take a few minutes for the router to restart with the new software. Make sure that the latest software version on the router appears in the Current Version field. If the upgrade process does not complete, an error message appears.

If the upgrade process fails or does not complete, try to upgrade the router again by following the procedures above. Using the Configuration Archive pane, you can download the configuration file to a local directory or to restore a configuration from a local directory, as shown in Figure Figure Configuration Archive Information.

To save the configuration file to a local directory, follow these steps:. Step 1 Choose Save configuration. Step 2 Click the Download button to download the configuration file from the router. Step 3 A file named running. You can change the file name or location by clicking the Save as option. To restore a configuration file from the local directory, follow these steps:.

Step 1 Choose Restore configuration from. Step 2 Click Browse to select a configuration file from local drive. Step 3 Click Apply. Follow these steps to restart or reset the device:. Step 2 Choose the restart or reset option. Step 3 Click Submit to apply the change or Cancel to restore to the previous value. To retrieve the VPN configuration file to a local directory, follow these steps:.

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If we need additional information regarding your feedback, we will contact you at this email address. Toggle navigation Cisco Content Hub. Command Explorer. Topics Navigation. Recent Chapters. Top Viewed. Using Device Manager. Introduction to the Device Manager The device manager displays real-time views of router configuration and performance.

Using the Dashboard The Dashboard provides information about the router and is the main window for monitoring the router status and its performance. Using the Toolbar Icons The toolbar Figure is designed to provide options for refreshing the GUI, printing current page and accessing the online help.

Table Toolbar Options Toolbar Icon. Using the Menus After you log in to the device manager, you will see the following menus on the left pane of the GUI: Dashboard— The primary window for monitoring overall router and port conditions. Network Configuration—Provides options to set up the basic network settings for the router and its ports, and to restart and to reset the router.

Platform Configuration—Provides options to set up network application. For examples. Monitor—Provides options to display status and detailed run-time statistics every 60 seconds or when you click Refresh in the toolbar. Troubleshooting—Provides Ping and Traceroute to check network status. Maintenance—Provides an option to start a Telnet session and an option to upgrade the router software.

When you attempt to display the device manager, this protocol Authenticates the web-based connection between the router and your network management station. Encrypts and decrypts the information exchanged between the router and your network management station to protect the information from unauthorized access over the Internet.

Click the Session: Standard Secured link at the top right corner of the device manager window. There are several ways to determine whether your device manager session is secured: Look at the URL in the browser Address field. Look at the Session: Standard Secured link at the top right corner of the device manager window.

Look for a locked padlock image at the bottom of your browser window. The locked padlock only appears if the session is secured. Using Dashboard The Dashboard provides information about the router and is the main window for monitoring the router status and its performance.

Table Router Information Option. System Information The System Information area has the gauges and indicators that show the overall status of the router Figure Bandwidth Used Gauge The Bandwidth Used gauge shows the total receive percentage of the router bandwidth being used. Packet Error Gauge The actual percentage appears below the graphic. The packet error percentage is calculated by comparing two values: The total number of packets that are sent and received.

The total number of packets with errors that are sent and received. Table Types of Packet Errors Option. Port Utilization Graph The Port Utilization graph displays the receive utilization blue and transmit utilization purple for all the ports.

Follow these steps to configure the port: Step 1 Click Port under Network Configuration in the left pane. Figure Port Settings. Follow these steps to configure the express settings: Step 1 Click Express Settings under Network Configuration in the left pane.

Figure DNS Settings. Switching Wireless Mode You can get the information of current wireless mode and switch the wireless mode in the Wireless Mode tab. Follow these steps to view or switch wireless mode on the router: Step 1 Click Wireless under Network Configuration in the left pane.

Figure 3G Settings. The hostname must match the username provided by the carrier. PPP Password—The password required for authentication of the remote router. The password must match the password provided by the carrier. Figure Managing PIN. Figure Modify Ports. Figure VPN Settings. Configuring Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting The router supports local authentication using the local lookup database or remote authentication using one or more RADIUS servers. Figure NTP Key.

Configuring Time Manually In addition to configure the system time by NTP servers, you can configure the time manually using the Clock tab and Timezone tab. Configuring System Clock Follow these steps to configure local system time: Step 1 Click Time in the left pane under Platform Configuration and click Clock in the right pane.

Configuring Time Zone Follow these steps to configure time zone for the local time: Step 1 Click Time in the left pane under Platform Configuration and click Timezone in the right pane. Figure TDR Results. Monitoring the Status of System and Network You can monitor the status of the router system and the network using the Monitor menus.

Monitoring the System Click System under Monitor in the left pane to monitor the system status. Monitoring Port Status If the router has link problems, such as traffic that is not being received on a port, verify the port status, and verify that the port settings are correct. Figure Port Status. Monitoring Port Statistics The Port Statistics window displays the statistics for data sent and received by the router ports since the router was last powered on, was restarted, or since the statistics were last cleared.

Overview Tab Use this tab to display the specific numbers of error packets received on and sent from the port, which is a level of detail that is not available from the Dashboard graphs. The Overview tab displays these statistics: The total transmit and received rate on each port.

The total transmitted and received bandwidth usage each port. The total number of error packets. Transmit Detail Tab Use this tab to troubleshoot unusual changes in network traffic.

The Transmit Detail tab displays these statistics: Unicast, multicast, and broadcast packets sent from each port. Detailed statistics of errors sent to each port. Receive Detail Tab Use this tab to troubleshoot unusual changes in network traffic.

The Receive Detail Tab displays these statistics: Unicast, multicast, and broadcast packets received on each port. Detailed statistics of received errors on each port. You can filter the logs by choosing output modifiers: all begin exclude include. Hardware—Displays 3G hardware information. Network—Displays information about the carrier network and service.

Profile—Displays 3G profile information. Radio—Displays 3G radio statistics. Security—Displays the SIM status and modem lock state. The following information is displayed: Link encap—Link encapsulation protocol. Inet addr—Local IP address.

 
 

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For example, if you are using an HTTP proxy, set it up here. Step 3 Choose Use Browse r. Step 4 Click OK. To do this, the data you need is:. After setting this up, you may need to restart the browser. If you see “Java Web Start not detected” warnings, you can ignore them.

These warnings are based on JavaScript, and not all browsers behave well with JavaScript. Click on the install links to install Fabric Manager or Device Manager. For example, if your switch IP address is You can manually delete the.

Make sure you have done the Initial Setup Routine on the switch. Quick checks:. This error happens when Windows is unable to delete a service completely. A reboot of the host should fix the problem. The McAfee internet suite comes with a virus scanner, firewall, antispam, and privacy management. The privacy management can interfere with the Fabric Manager server-client interactions.

To work around this you must shut down the privacy service. When doing the area chart graphing from the monitor window, if you move the mouse over the Area chart before the first data comes back, you see a java. This is because JChart tries to locate a value that does not exist yet.

This might be fixed in a future version of JChart. However, when you are accessing the switch through a VPN connection or any sort of NAT scheme, all errors are reported as gen error. This is a known problem and will be fixed in a future release. You can verify whether this was the reason behind your gen error by trying to reproduce this error in an environment where there is no network address translation where you are on the same network as the switch.

On some occasions the Summary View table in the Device Manager does not show the icons for disks attached to a Fx port. This is because the FC4 features are empty for this port. To work around this, you must change the values separately. If Device Manager is trying to display a large table and your switch is running slowly, the table will come up with the tabs being hidden. To work around this, you must resize the window to see the data.

Fabric Manager shows that a device or port is down by displaying a red cross on that port or device. However, Fabric Manager does not remove any information that’s already discovered. You must rediscover to correctly update the map. It changes from a long TextBox with a ComboBox for choosing ports, to a small square TextBox that is too small to choose ports.

To work around this problem, stop and restart Fabric Manager or Device Manager. The problem happens because the underlying Java library picks a local interface arbitrarily. In the desktop shortcut or shell script or batch file, add the following parameter “-Device Managerds. X -cp. In desktop shortcuts, this length could exceed the maximum characters allowed. If this happens, delete the “-Dsun. Newer versions of Fabric Manager Release 1. If you see Fabric Manager or Device Manager submenus detached from menus, the mouse pointer in Fabric Manager Map is slow to react to mouse movement, or a wrong tooltip is displayed, these are display anomalies, not problems with Fabric Manager or Device Manager.

Some older video cards exhibit these display anomalies. To fix this, first try updating the video drivers. If this doesn’t solve the problem, replace the video card. You have somehow turned off advanced features. Look for the check box Advanced Features in the upper right of the Fabric Manager screen. Check the box. The information pane should be in the upper half of the screen above the map in Fabric Manager. The map my be covering it. Drag the edge of the map window down or use the black triangles to reorganize the display.

Because the IVR zones get added to active zones, the active zone set configuration is always different from the local zone set configuration with the same name. The zone set name is always bold. Do not use these special names. These names are used by the system for identifying IVR zones. If you do your browsing using an HTTP proxy then the following command- line variables need to be added to your Fabric Manager client scripts:.

This might affect a software upgrade using Fabric Manager from Release 1. To limit the memory usage by FM Client, the log window is limited to lines by default.

If you want to increase this, edit sm. In the database log FMPersist. The HsqlDB 1. The file lock problem seems to happen occasionally, and can be resolved by shutdown and restart of the db server.

When Reflection X is running, certain text fields in the Fabric Manager and Device Manager are not rendered to the full width of the field. Resize the dialog box to see the text fields properly. The newer drivers from ATI seem to have fixed this problem. The other workaround is to run the application with “-Dsun. We do this today in the shortcut and shell scripts we create. On certain versions of Windows, certain images disappear. This is a Java bug. We have a workaround that is already in place disable DirectDraw acceleration – but there are still cases where this problem might arise.

Minimize or maximize the window and restore to the normal size to restore the window content. Disabling Direct Draw may also prevent this from happening by adding “-Dsun. You will get a copyDeviceBusy error from the switch. In tools such as the License Wizard either make sure tftp copy can be done or pick filenames with no spaces. Displaying a submenu may occasionally cause the parent menu to disappear.

This can happens when web browser uses proxy server. Open a command prompt cmd. To do this right-click on cmd. This is important. Step 2. Change to your Java directory i. Checked with Java version 1. Step 3. Run the command “Java. On the CD image download, it’s in the Software folder.

Your command prompt should look something like this, depending on where the Fabric Manager jar file is located:. Find answers to your questions by entering keywords or phrases in the Search bar above. New here? Use these resources to familiarize yourself with the community:.

Welcome to the new Cisco Community. Turn on suggestions. Click the FM Installer link. Step 6. Click Next to begin the installation. Step 7. Check the I accept the terms of the License Agreement check box and click Next.

Step 8. Click the radio button for either: a. Click Next in the Database Options dialog box. Enter a user name and password and click Next. Click Verify to test your login. Click Install if you are installing Fabric Manager Standalone. Installing Fabric manager on Windows bit Note that Cisco Fabric Manager has not been officially tested on any bit platforms, only bit platforms are officially supported. However users were able to install Fabric Manager on bit Windows by following these steps: Step 1.

Then just follow the steps for the install, as shown in section above. Labels: Storage Networking. Then click Enable or Disable from the pop-up menu. To manage trunking on one or more ports, right-click the ports and click Configure. In the dialog box that appears, right-click the current value in the Trunk column and click nonTrunk , trunk , or auto from the pull-down list. For detailed instructions, see Chapter 23, “Configuring PortChannels.

Note To create a PortChannel, all the ports on both ends of the link must have the same port speed, trunking type, and administrative state. Context menus are available in both Device Manager views by right-clicking a device or table. Click the Description field to bring up the appropriate configuration dialog box for the port type. You can set the following preferences:. The default settings are 1 time after a 5-second timeout. The default setting is enabled checked with a time of 40 seconds.

The default setting is disabled unchecked. The default setting is enabled checked. If Prepend is checked, the name is displayed in front of the IP address of the switch. If Replace is checked, the name is displayed instead of the IP address. The default setting is enabled checked with the Prepend option. If this preference is not checked, timestamps are displayed as elapsed time. The default is telnet. If enabled, you must specify the path to your SSH application.

 

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This chapter contains the following sections:. Device Manager provides a graphical representation of windoww Cisco MDS Family switch chassis, a Cisco Nexus Series switch chassis, or a Cisco Nexus Series switch chassis including the installed switching modules, the supervisor modules, the status of each port within each module, the power supplies, and the cisco device manager windows 10 assemblies. Device Manager Release 4. The Device Devcie perspective filters out menu items that are not relevant to the user.

Users with server admin role, can only access a subset of the fabric related features. The server admin role will not be able to manage Device Manager users or connected clients. Device Manager Release 5. Device Manager allows you to discover and display these Fabric Extenders. Use Summary View to monitor interfaces eevice the switch. Use Device View to perform switch-level configurations including the following:.

This section describes the Device Manager interface as shown in Figure Figure Device Manager, Device Tab. The menu bar at the top of the Device Manager main window provides options for managing and troubleshooting a single switch. The menu bar provides the following options:. The Device Manager toolbar provides quick access to many Device Manager features.

Once the icon is selected, a cisco device manager windows 10 box may open xisco allows configuration of the feature. Ciisco toolbar provides the main Device and Summary View icons as shown in Table Table Device Manager Main Devicw. Open Device. Opens the Device Manager view for another switch, with the option to open this view in a separate window.

Refresh Display. Communicates with the switch and displays the information in the Device Manager view. Command-Line Interface. Configure Selected. Opens a по ссылке dialog box for the selected component line card or port. Opens a window that lists the latest system messages that occurred on the switch. Save Configuration. Saves the current running configuration cisco device manager windows 10 the startup configuration. Copies configuration file between server and switch.

Select VSAN. Filters the port display to show only those ports belonging to the selected VSAN. If a toolbar icon is illustrator pdf cs5 free manual adobe, a dialog box may open that allows configuration of the selected feature. The dialog box may include table manipulation icons.

Click the Device tab on the Device Manager main window to see a graphical representation of the switch chassis and components. Click the Summary tab on the Device Manager main window to see a summary of active interfaces on a single switch, as well as Fibre Channel and IP neighbor devices. The Summary View also displays port speed, link utilization, and other traffic statistics.

There are two buttons in windoss upper left corner of the Summary View tab mznager to monitor traffic. To cisco device manager windows 10 detailed statistics for selected objects, click the Monitor Selected Interface Traffic Details button.

The legend at the bottom right of the Device Manager indicates cisco device manager windows 10 status, as follows:. In the Device View, you can right-click cisco device manager windows 10 object and get information on it, or configure it.

If you right-click a module, the menu shows the module number and gives you the option to configure or reset the module. Tip You can select multiple ports in Device Manager and apply options to all the selected ports at one time.

Either select the ports by clicking the mouse and dragging it around them, or hold down the Control key and click each port. To enable or disable a port, right-click the port and click Enable or Disable from the pop-up menu.

To enable or disable multiple ports, drag the mouse to select the ports and then manaber the selected ports. Then click Enable or Disable from cisco device manager windows 10 pop-up menu. To manage trunking on one or more ports, right-click the ports and click Dfvice. In the dialog box that appears, right-click the current value in the Trunk column and click nonTrunktrunkor auto from the pull-down list. Note To create a PortChannel, all the ports on both ends of the link must have the same port speed, trunking type, and administrative state.

C ontext menus are available in both Device Manager views by right-clicking a device or table. Step 1 You can cisco device manager windows 10 one of the following three steps. Right-click the switch you want to manage on the Fabric pane map and choose Device Manager from the menu that appears.

Double-click cksco switch in the Fabric pane map. You see the Device Manager cisco device manager windows 10 dialog box cisco device manager windows 10 shown in Figure Step 5 Choose the Auth-Privacy option according to the privacy protocol you have configured on your switch:. If you have not configured the switch with a privacy protocol, then choose Auth-Privacy option MD5 no privacy. If cisco device manager windows 10 have configured the switch with your privacy protocol, choose your Auth-Privacy choice.

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Find Matches mansger This Managee. Log in to Cizco Content. PDF – Complete Book 2. Updated: January 29, Chapter: Device Manager. Device Manager. Information Адрес Device Manager Device Manager provides a graphical representation of a Cisco MDS Family switch chassis, a Cisco Nexus Series switch chassis, or a Cisco Nexus Series switch chassis including the installed switching modules, the supervisor modules, the status of each port within each module, the power supplies, and the fan assemblies.

Use Device View to perform windowss configurations including the following: Configure virtual Fibre Channel interfaces. Configure zones for multiple Cisck. Manage ports, PortChannels, and trunking. Managr SNMPv3 security access to cieco. Manage Windiws security access to the switch.

Manage alarms, events, and notifications. Save and copy configuration files and software image. View hardware configuration. View chassis, module, port status, and statistics. Menu Bar The menu bar at the top of the Device Manager main window provides options for managing and troubleshooting a single switch. Physical—Allows you to view and manage inventory, modules, temperature sensors, power supplies, fans, and the entire system. Also provides diagnostic, management and monitoring capabilities, as well cisco device manager windows 10 SPAN and port tracking.

Dialog Boxes If a toolbar icon is selected, a dialog box may open that allows configuration of the selected feature. Tabs Devuce the Device tab on the Device Manager main window to see a graphical representation of the switch chassis and components.

Legend The ciscl at the bottom right of the Device Manager indicates port status, as follows: Colors Green—The kelley blue book collector cars free download is up. Brown—The port is administratively down. Red cross—The port is down or has cisci as a result of either hardware failure, loopback Diagnostic failure, or link failure. Red square—The port windosw down or has failed as a result of failure other than described for red cross.

Amber—The port has a minor fault condition as a result of either signal loss, synchronization loss, credit loss, LIP F8 receiver failure, non operational sequence receiver, or off-line sequence receiver failure. Gray—The port is unreachable. Blue—The port is out of service.

Supervisor and Switching Modules In the Device View, you can right-click an object and get information on it, or configure it. Context Menus C ontext menus are available in cisco device manager windows 10 Device Manager views by right-clicking a device or table.

From Device View: Device—Right-click a system, module, or power supply to bring up a menu that gives you the option to configure or reset the device.

Port— Managfr a port to qindows cisco device manager windows 10 a menu that shows you the number of the port you have clicked, and to give you the option to configure, monitor, enable, disable, set beacon cusco, or perform diagnostics on the port.

Click the Description field to bring up the sony vegas pro 13 keyboard shortcuts pdf free download configuration dialog box for the port type.

 
 

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Beginning with Release 4. From Release 5. When operating with IoT-FND, a Device Manager user can retrieve work orders from the system as well as perform all supported tasks on the cisco device manager windows 10 page see Figure 1 except as limited by the privilege level that the administrator configures on the router for that user.

,anager operating with IoT-FND, a Device Manager user can retrieve work orders from the system as well as perform all supported cisco device manager windows 10 on the main page see Device Manager and IR except as limited by the privilege level that the administrator configures on the router for that user. When operating with IoT-FND, a Device Manager user can retrieve work orders from the system as well as perform all supported tasks on the main page see Figure 1.

IoT-FND stores the reported properties and metrics. The user cisco device manager windows 10 view device settings and status but cannot make configuration changes cisco device manager windows 10 send data to IoT-FND. CGR routers are multi-service communications platforms designed for use in a field area network FAN. The portfolio consists of two models—CGR windws CGR —both ruggedized to varying degrees for outdoor and indoor deployments.

See the following figure. When you first start Device Manager, it displays the Device Manager opening page with a list qindows work orders, if any are available. From this page, you cisco device manager windows 10 connect to the CGR either with or without a work order. See Connecting to the CGR After connecting to the router, Device Manager displays the Dashboard. On the left-hand side of the Dashboard, you can view the router and any installed Connected Grid modules.

LEDs indicate the current state of the router and modules. You can also view the status of Ethernet ports and modules while hovering over them. On the right-hand side of the Dashboard, you can view a graph of CPU and memory utilization. For the CGRyou can view battery information. At the top of the screen, a mini-dashboard provides additional details on the router as detailed in Table 1. For an overview of all the tasks that you can perform with Device По этому адресу, refer to Table 1.

The following figure shows the common page elements and controls for the Device Manager pages. The mini-dashboard see Figure devicee appears at the top cisco device manager windows 10 every Device Manager page, and provides the cisco device manager windows 10 listed in the following table.

Amount of used and total space посетить страницу источник the SD Flash Memory Module hover the cursor over the Storage icon to view the amount of free space. Work nanager number, work order name, and time remaining to complete the work Device Manager is connected to a router using IoT-FND and an active work order exists.

From the Menu tabs on the main page, you can perform the following tasks as determined by your privilege level. See User Accounts for more information about user accounts and privilege levels. The following table lists all the tasks that a user with privilege level 15 default privileged EXEC mode can perform with Device Manager and provides an example of when to perform each task. Newly deployed CGR s do not appear in the back-end system.

Start the Device Manager and review the router graphic on the Dashboard. Check the installed modules devicce their LEDs to verify their operation. When the LEDs are not flashing, check the installation status of the modules.

Start the Device Manager and check the status of the door top of the main page. Посмотреть больше the door status indicates a status of Cisco device manager windows 10 Casing Openyou must physically access the CGR to verify the status of the door.

After closing the door, click the Refresh icon upper right on the Device Manager and verify that the door status displays System Casing Closed. Verify access to a device IP address from the CGR by using ping to check link connectivity and quality, and initiate a traceroute managet an inaccessible IP address. Devices connected to a CGR cannot be reached. Start manqger Device Manager, connect to the router, and then check connectivity to the device.

Bring up or shut down a CGR interface and view details for an interface. Update the CGR cevice with a provided configuration file, and then reboot the router with the new configuration. When the configuration information is incorrect, update the configuration by adding a configuration file to the Device Manager and then installing devicd configuration wibdows on the CGR After msnager install the configuration file, the router automatically reboots with the new deviec.

Upload a copy of a software image onto the CGR for immediate installation or for a deferred update of the image. A firmware managfr update must be uploaded and installed on the CGR Start devic Device Manager, cisco device manager windows 10 the new image file, and then update the router with the new image.

The router automatically reboots after you update the software image. Start Device Manager and click the Log tab. Insert and Cisco device manager windows 10 Modules from the CGR by employing a wizard that devife you through the process. Start Device Manager and click the Modules tab. Execute CLI commands using a console-like interface to view system information.

Supported queries include verifying the system time, viewing the current router configuration, saving the current configuration, viewing the current file directory, rebooting the router, or saving the window output to a file. Start Device Manager and click the Advanced tab. The IR must have IPv6 windowws enabled to connec with work cico. From this page, you can connect to the IR router either with or without a work order. After connecting to the router, Device Manager displays the Dashboard see the following figure for an example of IR dashboard.

On the left-hand side of the Dashboard, you can view the front and rear of the router. LEDs indicate the current state of the cisco device manager windows 10 and ports. You can also view the status of ports while hovering over them. On the right-hand side of the Dashboard, you can view details about xisco router settings and status. At the top of the screen, a mini-dashboard provides additional details on the router as shown in the following figure. The mini-dashboard appears at the top of every Device Manager page, and provides the information listed in the following table.

Device Manager displays the main page after securely connecting to the IR From the Menu tabs on the main page, you can perform the tasks listed in the following table. Use the Dashboard to check the status of the IR hardware, such as mahager and device ports. Manafer Viewing Details for an Interface. See Managing Interfaces. See Changing the Configuration. Use the Config cisco device manager windows 10 to configure TCP raw socket session settings for the serial interface.

A firmware image update must be uploaded and installed on the IR Use the Firmware page to upload the new image file, and then update the device with the new image. Verify access to a device IPv6 address from the IR by using the Ping option to check link connectivity and quality. See Testing Devie. Connect to the IR and then check connectivity to the device. On the left-hand side of the Dashboard, you mmanager view the front and rear of the IR LEDs indicate the current state of the device and ports.

The Ethernet port has a popup managre with options for managing the interface and viewing interface details. The two serial ports also have popup menus with the option to view interface details.

On the right-hand side of the Dashboard, you can view details cisco device manager windows 10 the device settings windiws status see Viewing Settings and Status. Cieco the top of the screen, a mini-dashboard provides additional details on the device as detailed in Table 1. The min-dashboard see above figure appears at the top of every Device Manager page, and provides the information listed in the following table.

Device Manager displays the main page see Figure 1 after securely connecting to the IR A valid X. You can import ciisco through the Device Manager opening page.

See Importing Certificates. When you first start Device Manager, it displays the Device Manager opening page, which lists available work orders.

See Managing Work Orders. The commands that you can run in user EXEC mode at privilege level 1 are a subset of the manaher that you can run in privileged EXEC mode windows 10 free download privilege The mahager user accounts are provisioned at the factory:.

The following table shows the required privilege level for the listed tasks. Bring up or shut devife a CGR interface, upload files, add or remove modules, ciso execute commands.

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