HUAWEI Switch HOW-TO CONFIGURING THE BASIC SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT
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Through this Know-How lesson, we'll see how to configure the Huawei Quidway S5700 switch to work properly in the network environment. Follow us!

Through this Know-How lesson, we'll see how to configure the Huawei Quidway S5700 switch to work properly in the network environment. Follow us!

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HUAWEI Switch HOW-TO CONFIGURING THE BASIC SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT HUAWEI Switch HOW-TO CONFIGURING THE BASIC SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT Presentation Transcript

  • HUAWEI QUIDWAY S5700 HOW-TO CONFIGURING THE BASIC SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT www.ipmax.it
  • CONFIGURING THE EQUIPMENT NAME With this brief procedure we will show how to configure the switch to work properly in the network environment. We will assume that we are able to log in to the switch through telnet or through the console port. <Huawei> system-view [Huawei] sysname testname [testname] q <testname> Enter the configuration view Configure the equipment name (in this example the name is “testname”) 1. First of all configure the equipment name The default equipment name is “Huawei” Exit the configuration view
  • CONFIGURING THE SYSTEM CLOCK <testname> clock datetime 12:30:40 2014-03-24 <testname> clock timezone UTC+1 add 01:00:00 <testname> clock daylight-saving-time UTC+1 one-year 02:00 2014-03-30 03:00 2014-10-26 01:00 2. Configure the system clock Configure the UTC time The system clock is the time indicated by the system timestamp. Because the rules governing local time differ in different regions, the system clock can be configured to comply with the rules of any given region. The system clock is calculated using the following formula: System clock = Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) + Time zone offset + Daylight saving time offset. Setting the system clocks of all the devices on a network manually is time-consuming and cannot ensure the clock accuracy. Network Time Protocol (NTP) can address this problem by synchronizing all clocks of devices on the network so that the devices can provide uniform time-based applications. Configure the time zone Configure the daylight saving time (start time, start date, end time, end date and offset)
  • CONFIGURING A HEADER <testname> system view [testname] header login information # The banner text supports 480 characters max, including the start and the end character. If you want to enter more than this, use banner file instead.Input banner text, and quit with the character '#': Be aware of the dog # [testname] header shell information # The banner text supports 480 characters max, including the start and the end character. If you want to enter more than this, use banner file instead.Input banner text, and quit with the character '#': It rains cats and dogs # [testname] 3. You can create a login header and an after-login header Enter the login header parameter and the text Enter the configuration view Enter the after-login header parameter and the text
  • VERIFYING CURRENT CONFIGURATION 4. Verify the current configuration [testname] display current-configuration # sysname testname # ……… # header shell information "It rains cats and dogs " header login information "Be aware of the dog " # [testname] q Exit the configuration view
  • SAVING CURRENT CONFIGURATION 4. Save the current configuration <testname> save The current configuration will be written to the device. Are you sure to continue?[Y/N]y Now saving the current configuration to the slot 0. Mar 25 2014 00:00:30+01:00 testname %%01CFM/4/SAVE(l)[0]:The user chose Y when deciding whether to save the configuration to the device. Save the configuration successfully. <testname>
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