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About This Document

Purpose
This manual describes commissioning of U2000 for ATN.

This document describes the commissioning flow and method.

The usage precautions are as follows:


l A device can store keys in plaintext, reversible algorithm encryption, or irreversible
algorithm encryption mode. The plaintext mode has the low security level, and the
irreversible algorithm encryption mode has the highest security level. Use different storage
modes for different scenarios. Exercise caution when using an insecure storage mode. The
system automatically selects the irreversible algorithm encryption mode to store local user
keys. Generally, the reversible algorithm encryption mode is used to store protocol keys to
meet interworking requirements.
l If the plaintext mode is used, a password is stored in plaintext in the configuration file. This
results in high security risks. The plaintext mode applies only to scenarios with special
requirements, such as compatibility and interworking requirements.

Related Versions
The following table lists the product versions related to this document.

Product Name Version

l ATN 910 V200R003C10


l ATN 910I
l ATN 910B
l ATN 950B

Huawei iManager U2000 V200R001C00

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Contents

About This Document.....................................................................................................................ii


1 Preparations for the Commissioning.........................................................................................1
2 Commissioning..............................................................................................................................2
2.1 Creating a Topology.......................................................................................................................................................4
2.2 Checking Connectivity Between the NMS and NEs......................................................................................................8
2.2.1 ping..............................................................................................................................................................................8
2.2.2 Tracert .........................................................................................................................................................................9
2.2.3 Telnet ..........................................................................................................................................................................9
2.3 Checking Connectivity Between NEs..........................................................................................................................10
2.4 Querying Interface Information....................................................................................................................................11
2.5 Querying and Configuring AAA Users........................................................................................................................12
2.6 Viewing Global Route Parameters ..............................................................................................................................13
2.7 Viewing Routing Information .....................................................................................................................................13
2.8 Querying IS-IS Information..........................................................................................................................................14
2.8.1 Viewing ISIS Running Information..........................................................................................................................14
2.8.2 Querying IS-IS Processes..........................................................................................................................................15
2.8.3 Querying IS-IS Interfaces..........................................................................................................................................17
2.9 Querying OSPF Information........................................................................................................................................18
2.9.1 Viewing OSPF Running Information........................................................................................................................18
2.9.2 Querying OSPF Processes.........................................................................................................................................19
2.9.3 Querying OSPF Interfaces.........................................................................................................................................21
2.10 Querying MPLS Information......................................................................................................................................23
2.10.1 Querying MPLS Global Configurations..................................................................................................................23
2.10.2 Querying MPLS Interfaces......................................................................................................................................24
2.11 Querying BFD Information........................................................................................................................................24
2.11.1 Querying BFD Global configurations.....................................................................................................................24
2.11.2 Querying BFD Global TTL Configurations............................................................................................................25

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Commissioning Guide 1 Preparations for the Commissioning

1 Preparations for the Commissioning

Before starting the commissioning, make sure that the equipment is ready for commissioning.
This section describes the conditions required for the commissioning.

NOTE

Before commissioning a device, initially configure the device using iManager U2000 IP LCT in the data center.
This enables the iManager U2000 to remotely manage the device and run configuration scripts during
commissioning. For operation details, see the iManager U2000 IP User Guide and Online Help.
l The U2000 must be installed in the NMS center and the installation must be checked.
l The equipment must be installed and the installation must be checked.
l The board configuration of the equipment should be consistent with the board configuration
diagram.
l Fibers and cables must be connected to interfaces on the equipment and routed to the
distribution frame. The fiber and cable connections must be consistent with the fiber and
cable connection table.
l NEs must be correctly connected according to the fiber and cable connection table, and the
networking diagram.
l The required instruments, tools and materials must be ready.

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About This Chapter

Before commissioning a device, properly plan data. After planning data, create a network
topology and check each protocol and link.

2.1 Creating a Topology


Before configuring services by using the network management system (NMS), add devices on
the NMS and create a topology.

2.2 Checking Connectivity Between the NMS and NEs


This section describes how to check connectivity between the NMS and NEs by means of ping
and tracert tests, and also describes how to use Telnet.

2.3 Checking Connectivity Between NEs


This topic describes how to perform the ICMP ping test on the selected NE through the shortcut
menus in the topology view.

2.4 Querying Interface Information


This section describes how to query information about each interface on a device.

2.5 Querying and Configuring AAA Users


This section describes how to query local user information and how to add AAA users.

2.6 Viewing Global Route Parameters


This topic describes how to view global route parameters.

2.7 Viewing Routing Information


This topic describes how to view routing information, such as routing configurations, and
information and statistics about the routing table and FIB table. Routing faults can be located
based on routing information.

2.8 Querying IS-IS Information


This section describes how to query IS-IS configurations and information about IS-IS interfaces
and IS-IS processes of a device.

2.9 Querying OSPF Information


This section describes how to query OSPF configurations, and information about OSPF
interfaces and OSPF processes of a device.

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2.10 Querying MPLS Information


This section describes how to query MPLS configurations of a device, MPLS global
configurations, and MPLS interface information.

2.11 Querying BFD Information


This section describes how to query BFD configurations of a device, BFD global configurations,
and BFD global TTI configurations.

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2.1 Creating a Topology


Before configuring services by using the network management system (NMS), add devices on
the NMS and create a topology.

1. Create a subnet.
a. Right-click in the Main Topology and choose New > Subnet from the shortcut menu.
b. In the dialog box that is displayed, select Property. Set Name to IPRAN according
to the planning. Click OK.
2. Create an NE.
a. Choose File > Discovery > NE from the main menu.
b. Click Default SNMP Parameter. In the dialog box that is displayed, set Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP) parameters consistent and ensure that the
parameters are consistent with those on the NE. Click OK.
NOTE

If the SNMP parameters on the U2000 are inconsistent with those on the NE, the NEs cannot
be discovered. To ensure that the U2000 can correctly collect service performance data, it is
recommended that the U2000 communicate with NEs using SNMPv2 or SNMPv3.

c. (Optional) Select SNMPv1 in Version, right-click, and choose Delete from the
shortcut menu.
NOTE

If the U2000 does not communicate with NEs using SNMPv1, SNMPv1 can be deleted here
to improve search efficiency.
d. (Optional) Set Ping Times to 3 and Timeout to 5.

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NOTE

If many NEs need to be searched on the network, setting the preceding two parameters is
recommended. Otherwise, some NEs may not be searched out.
e. Click ... on the right of Physical Path. Then select the created IPRAN subnet.
f. Click Add. In the IP Address Range window, set the IP address and the subnet mask
according to the planning. Then click OK.

g. Click Next. Then the U2000 begins to search for NEs. The U2000 will automatically
create NEs after it finds NEs according to search criteria.
h. Click Close. The NE search dialog box is closed.
3. Select an NE layout.
a. In the Main Topology, select the NEs created for the IPRAN subnet, right-click, and
choose Layout from the shortcut menu.
b. In the Layout dialog box, set the layout type of NEs. Click OK.

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4. Create a template for Telnet/STelnet parameters.

a. Choose Administration > NE Communicate Parameter > NE Telnet/STelnet


Template Management from the main menu.
b. In the dialog box that is displayed, click Create.
c. In the dialog box that is displayed, set Protocol Name to Telnet and set Template
Name to IPRAN Template. Click OK.
d. Select the newly created template. In the Details area, set the relevant parameters.
Click Apply.

NOTE

When the AAA user needs to be used, set Auth. Mode to User Auth. In addition, set User
Name and Password.
e. Click OK. The dialog box is closed.
5. Set the Telnet/STelnet parameters of NEs.

a. In the Main Topology, select NEs for which Telnet or STelnet parameters need to be
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b. Right-click the NEs and choose Set NE Telnet/STelnet Parameter from the shortcut
menu.
c. In the dialog box that is displayed, select all NEs and click Import. Then select IPRAN
Template and click OK.

d. After the import, click Test. A dialog box is displayed indicating that the test is
successful. Click Close.
6. Create an optical fiber.

a. Choose File > Discovery > Link from the main menu. The Link Search dialog box
is displayed.
b. Select the IPRAN subnet. Then click the arrow icon.
c. The LLDP Status Management is displayed. Set the LLDP Status of all NEs to
open. Then click OK.
NOTE

If Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) has been enabled for NEs, the links will be
automatically created when NEs are searched. LLDP needs to be enabled because it is disabled
by default.
d. Close the confirmation dialog box that is displayed. Then the system begins to search
for optical fibers. After search, a confirmation dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
e. In the Link Search dialog box, select all optical fibers that are found. Then click
Create.
f. The confirmation dialog box is displayed. Then click OK.
g. After creation, a confirmation dialog box is displayed. Click Close.
h. The confirmation dialog box indicating Are you sure to import links as fibers/
cables is displayed. Click OK. The Import Link dialog box is displayed.
i. Select links and click the drop-down arrow. Import link information to Selected
Link. Then click OK. The system will automatically create fibers.
j. Manually drag the NE icon to adjust the structure of the network topology.

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7. (Optional) Synchronize NE data.


a. Select all NEs in the Main Topology, right-click, and choose Synchronize NE
Data from the shortcut menu.
b. In the dialog box that is displayed, select Synchronize. Then the U2000 will
synchronize data on NEs to the U2000.
NOTE

After NEs are created on the U2000, the NE data is automatically synchronized to the U2000.
If relevant configuration information is delivered to NEs through commands or other methods,
perform the preceding operations to synchronize NE data to the U2000.

2.2 Checking Connectivity Between the NMS and NEs


This section describes how to check connectivity between the NMS and NEs by means of ping
and tracert tests, and also describes how to use Telnet.

2.2.1 ping
This topic describes how to send ping packets to a remote host to check whether it is reachable.
To check the network connectivity or the line quality, you can also perform the ping test.

Context
During the ping process, the source host sends an ICMP ECHO-REQUEST packet to the
destination host. If the network connection between the source host and the destination host is
normal, after receiving the ICMP ECHO-REQUEST packet, the destination host responds to
the source host with an ICMP ECHO-REPLY packet.

Procedure
Step 1 In the Main Topology, select the NE to be operated.

Step 2 Right-click the NE and choose Tool > Ping from the shortcut menu.

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Step 3 In the dialog box that is displayed, select Ping or Continual Ping, and then click Start.

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Result
l If the operation is successful, it indicates that the destination host is reachable. In the
Result area, the information indicating the normal connection is displayed. The information
includes the number of sent packets, number of received response packets, percentage of
no-response packets, and minimum, maximum, and average response time.
l If the operation fails, it indicates that the destination host is unreachable and the network
connectivity or line failure cannot be detected. The Request time out message is displayed.

2.2.2 Tracert
This topic descries how to test the route that a data packet passes from the source host to the
destination host. The tracert command is used to check whether a network connection is
reachable and to determine the position where a fault occurs. After detecting a fault on the
network by using the ping command, you can use the tracert command to determine the fault
position.

Context
The execution process of the tracert command is as follows:
l The source host sends a packet whose TTL is 1. The TTL times out. The first hop sends
back an ICMP error message to indicate that this packet cannot be sent.
l The source host sends a packet whose TTL is 2. The TTL times out. The second hop sends
back an ICMP error message to indicate that this packet cannot be sent.
l The source host sends a packet whose TTL is 3. The TTL times out. The third hop sends
back an ICMP error message to indicate that this packet cannot be sent.
l The process continues in this manner until the packet reaches the destination host or a packet
times out whose TTL is 10.
The purpose of performing these operations is to record the source address of each ICMP TTL
time-out message, so as to provide the route that an IP packet passes to reach the destination
host.

Procedure
Step 1 In the Main Topology, select the NE to be operated.
Step 2 Right-click the NE and choose Tool > Tracert from the shortcut menu.
NOTE

In the Tracert Result dialog box, the gateways that the test packets pass from the source host to the
destination host and the response time that the three sent test packets reach the gateways are displayed.

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2.2.3 Telnet
This topic describes how to remotely log in to an NE by performing the Telnet operation on the
U2000 to configure and maintain the NE.

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Prerequisite
Make sure that port 9811 between the U2000 server and clients is enabled before you telnet a
device.

Logging In by Using the Shortcut Menu


1. In the Main Topology, select the NE to be operated.
2. Right-click the NE and choose Tool > Telnet from the shortcut menu.
When you telnet to the remote server or NE successfully, you can operate the NE through
command lines.

Logging In by Pressing the Shortcut Button


1. In the Main Topology, select the NE to be operated.
NOTE

The button on the toolbar is grayed out. It is available only after you access NE Explorer.
2. Right-click and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.
The NE Explorer is displayed.

3. Click the button on the toolbar and choose Telnet.

2.3 Checking Connectivity Between NEs


This topic describes how to perform the ICMP ping test on the selected NE through the shortcut
menus in the topology view.

Context
l Compared with the common ping test, the ICMP ping test supports the setting of test packet
parameters and other advanced parameters, as well as the setting of the source and
destination addresses. Thus, the ICMP ping test can provide more specific test results.

Procedure
Step 1 Select the source NE in the Main Topology, right-click, and choose Tools > ICMP Ping from
the shortcut menu.

Step 2 At the moment, the cursor turns into a cross. Click the destination NE.

Step 3 In the ICMP Ping Test dialog box, set the related parameters.

Step 4 Click Run. In the Run Test dialog box, a progress bar is displayed.

Step 5 View test results in the Run Test dialog box. The test results show that both the packet loss ratio
and delay are normal.

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2.4 Querying Interface Information


This section describes how to query information about each interface on a device.

Prerequisites
The features of related interface modules must be synchronized to the NMS.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Interface Management > Interface Information from the service tree.

Step 3 Click Filter. In the Filter Criteria dialog box, set query conditions, and then click OK.
NOTE

When querying all records, you can click Query without setting any filtering rule.

Step 4 In the query result area, check whether the target interface is Up and other information about
the interface.

Step 5 In the query result area, right-click the interface to be monitored and choose Monitor Real-
Time Performance from the shortcut menu. In the dialog box that is displayed, view the graph
of real-time board performance.

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NOTE

Before monitoring real-time performance or querying performance data, ensure that the Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) version is SNMPv2c or higher when you create NEs. Otherwise, the cannot
properly collect performance data.
Performance of Ethernet interfaces, loopback interfaces, tunnel interfaces, and VLAN interfaces can be
monitored in real time. The status of these interfaces can be obtained in real time. The performance and status
information about the interfaces helps users determine whether the interfaces are functioning properly.

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2.5 Querying and Configuring AAA Users


This section describes how to query local user information and how to add AAA users.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose System Management > NE Channel Management > Local User from the service tree.

Step 3 Click Synchronization. Then querying the local user information succeeds.

Step 4 If you use the U2000 to configure authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) users.
Right-click in the configuration area and choose Create from the shortcut menu.

Step 5 In the Create Local User dialog box, set the relevant parameters, such as User Name and
Password Mode.

Step 6 Click OK.

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2.6 Viewing Global Route Parameters


This topic describes how to view global route parameters.

Prerequisites
Route management data must have been synchronized to the U2000.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Route Management > Global Routing Configuration from the service tree.

Step 3 On the Global Routing Configuration tab page,click View to display the related view windows.
The required global route parameters information is displayed in the related view windows.

Step 4 Click OK to close the related view window.

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2.7 Viewing Routing Information


This topic describes how to view routing information, such as routing configurations, and
information and statistics about the routing table and FIB table. Routing faults can be located
based on routing information.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Route Management > Routing Information from the service tree.

Step 3 Select the routing information to be queried from the View Routing Information drop-down
list.

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NOTE

If viewing the private routing information at the PE end, it need that choose VPN in the Condition area
and input the VPN name.

Step 4 Optional: In the Condition area, set filter criteria.


If View Routing Information is set to Routing Table, FIB Table, FIB Statistics, BGP
Routing Table, OSPF Routing Table, or IS-IS Routing Table, click Condition to set more
filter criteria.

Step 5 Click Display. The required routing information is displayed in the Result area.
NOTE

The displayed routing information can be saved, copied, or searched as needed.

: saves the routing information displayed in the Result area to a local disk as a TXT file.

: copies the routing information selected from the Result area to the clipboard.

: searches for the required information by keyword in the routing information displayed in the Result
area.

Step 6 Click More to view more routing information.

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2.8 Querying IS-IS Information


This section describes how to query IS-IS configurations and information about IS-IS interfaces
and IS-IS processes of a device.

2.8.1 Viewing ISIS Running Information


This topic describes how to view Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS) running
information, including IS-IS summary information and IS-IS LSDB information. Based on these
information, you can understand NE running status or locate faults. Information displayed in the
query result area can be saved, copied, or searched as needed.

Prerequisites
Route management data must have been synchronized to the U2000.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Route Management > IS-IS Route > IS-IS Process from the service tree.

Step 3 To view IS-IS summary information, right-click a record in the query result area and choose
View Running Information > IS-IS Summary Information from the shortcut menu.

Step 4 In the IS-IS Summary Information dialog box, click Display.


IS-IS summary information is displayed in the query result area.

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NOTE

To view IS-IS summary information about a specified process, enter a value in the Process ID text box.

Step 5 To view IS-IS summary information, right-click a record in the query result area and choose
View Running Information > IS-IS LSDB Information from the shortcut menu.

Step 6 In the IS-IS LSDB Information dialog box, click Display.


IS-IS LSDB information is displayed in the query result area.
NOTE

To view IS-IS LSDB information about a specified process, enter a value in the Process ID text box and
set Route Level.

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Follow-up Procedure
The displayed IS-IS running information can be saved, copied, or searched as follows:

: saves the information displayed in the query result area to a local disk as a TXT file.

: copies the information selected from the query result area to the clipboard.

: searches for the required information by keyword in the running information displayed in
the query result area.

2.8.2 Querying IS-IS Processes


IS-IS supports multiple processes and multiple instances. For a VPN-supported device, a VPN
instance can be specified for each IS-IS process and all the interfaces added in this IS-IS process
are associated with the VPN instance.

Prerequisites
Route management data must have been synchronized to the U2000.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Route Management > IS-IS Route > IS-IS Process from the service tree.

Step 3 Click Condition. In the Filter Criteria dialog box, set query conditions, and then click OK.
NOTE

When querying all records, you can click Query without setting any filtering rule.

Step 4 In the query result area, the IS-IS process related information is displayed.
NOTE

In the query result area, Deployment Status indicates whether configurations on the IS-IS have been
deployed to NEs. If these configurations have been deployed to NEs, the value of Deployment Status is
Deployed; if these configurations have not been deployed to NEs, the value of Deployment Status is
Undeployed.

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Step 5 To create an IS-IS process, click Create. In the dialog box that is displayed, set the related
parameters according to the actual planning.
1. On the General tab page, set general parameters for creating an IS-IS process.

2. Optional: On the Import Route tab page, set route import parameters.
l In the Route Leaking area, set route leaking parameters.
l In the Limitation on the number of imported routes that can be advertised area, set
the parameters.

3. Optional: Click the Advanced tab.


l In the Filter Route area, click Set. In the dialog box that is displayed, set import and
export policies.
l In the Route Aggregation area, click Set. In the dialog box that is displayed, set route
aggregation rules.

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l In the IS-IS Adjustment and Optimization area, click Set. In the dialog box that is
displayed, set the related parameters.
l In the IS-IS Process Authentication area, click Set. In the dialog box that is displayed,
set parameters related to IS-IS process domain authentication and IS-IS process area
authentication
l Select the Enable_Auto FRR check box and set LFA IS-IS Level.
l Select the Configure Global Cost check box and set cost-related parameters.
l Select the Enable GR check box and set GR-related parameters.
l Select the Enable logging of peer change notices check box and set change-related
parameters.

Step 6 Click OK to return to the IS-IS Process tab page.


Information about the created IS-IS process is displayed in the query result area.

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2.8.3 Querying IS-IS Interfaces


This section describes how to query IS-IS interfaces.

Prerequisites
Route management data must have been synchronized to the U2000.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Route Management > IS-IS Route > IS-IS Interface from the service tree.

Step 3 Click Condition. In the Filter Criteria dialog box, set query conditions, and then click OK.
NOTE

When querying all records, you can click Query without setting any filtering rule.

Step 4 In the query result area, the IS-IS interface related information is displayed.
NOTE

In the query result area, Deployment Status indicates whether configurations on the IS-IS have been
deployed to NEs. If these configurations have been deployed to NEs, the value of Deployment Status is
Deployed; if these configurations have not been deployed to NEs, the value of Deployment Status is
Undeployed.

Step 5 To create an IS-IS interface, click Create. In the dialog box that is displayed, set the related
parameters.

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Step 6 Click OK to return to the IS-IS Interface tab page.


Information about the created IS-IS interface is displayed in the query result area.

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2.9 Querying OSPF Information


This section describes how to query OSPF configurations, and information about OSPF
interfaces and OSPF processes of a device.

2.9.1 Viewing OSPF Running Information


This topic describes how to view Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) running information,
including the OSPF summary, OSPF Link-State Database (LSDB), virtual link information, and
error information. Based on these information, you can understand NE running status or locate
faults. Information displayed in the query result area can be saved, copied, or searched as needed.

Prerequisites
Route management data must have been synchronized to the U2000.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Route Management > OSPF Route > OSPF Process from the service tree.

Step 3 To view OSPF summary information, right-click a record in the query result area and choose
View Running Information > OSPF Summary Information from the shortcut menu.

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Step 4 In the OSPF Summary Information dialog box, click Display.


OSPF summary information is displayed in the query result area.
NOTE

To view the OSPF summary of a specified process, enter a value in the Process ID text box.

Step 5 To view OSPF LSDB information, right-click a record in the query result area and choose View
Running Information > OSPF LSDB Information from the shortcut menu.

Step 6 In the OSPF LSDB Information dialog box, set Link Type and click Display.
OSPF LSDB information is displayed in the query result area.
NOTE

To view the OSPF LSDB information about a specified process, enter a value in the Process ID text box.

Step 7 To view information about a virtual link, right-click a record in the query result area and choose
View Running Information > OSPF Virtual Link Information from the shortcut menu.

Step 8 In the OSPF Virtual Link Information dialog box, click Display.
Information about the virtual link is displayed in the query result area.
NOTE

To view virtual link information about a specified process, enter a value in the Process ID text box.

Step 9 To view error information, right-click a record in the query result area and choose View Running
Information > OSPF Error Information from the shortcut menu.

Step 10 In the OSPF Error Information dialog box, set Error Type and click Display.
OSPF error information is displayed in the query result area.
NOTE

To view error information about a specified process, enter a value in the Process ID text box.

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Follow-up Procedure
The displayed OSPF running information can be saved, copied, or searched as follows:

: saves the information displayed in the query result area to a local disk as a TXT file.

: copies the information selected from the query result area to the clipboard.

: searches for the required information by keyword in the running information displayed in
the query result area.

2.9.2 Querying OSPF Processes


Multiple OSPF processes can run on the same NE, having no impact on each other. For the
devices supporting VPN, specify a VPN instance for each OSPF process and all interfaces
involved in the process must be associated with this instance.

Prerequisites
l Route management data must have been synchronized to the U2000.

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l Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) must be enabled globally. If BFD is not enabled
globally and only BFD parameters are set during OSPF process creation, creating BFD
sessions fails. For details about how to enable BFD globally, see BFD Management-
Configuring Global BFD Attributes.

Context
BFD configured for an OSPF interface has a higher priority than BFD configured for a process.
If interface BFD configurations are different from process BFD configurations, BFD sessions
are created based on parameter settings on the interface.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Route Management > OSPF Route > OSPF Process from the service tree.

Step 3 Click Condition. In the Filter Criteria dialog box, set query conditions, and then click OK.
NOTE

When querying all records, you can click Query without setting any filtering rule.

Step 4 In the query result area, OSPF related information is displayed.


NOTE

In the query result area, Deployment Status indicates whether configurations on the U2000 have been
deployed to NEs. If these configurations have been deployed to NEs, the value of Deployment Status is
Deployed; if these configurations have not been deployed to NEs, the value of Deployment Status is
Undeployed.

Step 5 To create an OSPF process, click Create and set related parameters.
1. On the General tab page, set general parameters for creating an OSPF process.

2. On the Area tab page, click Create. In the dialog box that is displayed, set the related area
parameters.

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3. On the Import Route tab page, click Create and Advanced. In the dialog boxes that are
displayed, set parameters for the route to be imported.
4. On the Advanced tab page, set parameters such as route filtering, route optimization, and
route aggregation.
5. On the BFD Detection tab page, set BFD-related parameters.

Step 6 Click OK to return to the OSPF Process tab page.


Information about the created OSPF process is displayed in the query result area.

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2.9.3 Querying OSPF Interfaces


This section describes how to query information about each OSPF interface.

Prerequisites
Route management data must have been synchronized to the U2000.

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Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Route Management > OSPF Route > OSPF Interface from the service tree.

Step 3 Click Condition. In the Filter Criteria dialog box, set query conditions, and then click OK.
NOTE

When querying all records, you can click Query without setting any filtering rule.

Step 4 In the query result area, OSPF interface related information is displayed.
NOTE

In the query result area, Deployment Status indicates whether configurations on the U2000 have been
deployed to NEs. If these configurations have been deployed to NEs, the value of Deployment Status is
Deployed; if these configurations have not been deployed to NEs, the value of Deployment Status is
Undeployed.

Step 5 To create an OSPF interface, click Create and set related parameters.
1. On the General tab page, set general parameters for creating an OSPF interface.

2. On the BFD Detection tab page, set BFD-related parameters.

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Step 6 Click OK to return to the OSPF Interface tab page.


Information about the created OSPF interface is displayed in the query result area.

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2.10 Querying MPLS Information


This section describes how to query MPLS configurations of a device, MPLS global
configurations, and MPLS interface information.

2.10.1 Querying MPLS Global Configurations


This section describes how to query MPLS global configurations.

Prerequisites
MPLS management data must have been synchronized.

Context
l Disabling MPLS will delete all existing MPLS configurations from the NE. The MPLS
configurations include global configurations and configurations on interfaces. Exercise
caution with this operation.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose MPLS Management > MPLS Configuration > Global MPLS Configuration from
the service tree.

Step 3 Click Synchronize.


In the Confirm dialog box, click OK.

Step 4 In the General area, set and see the related parameters.
l Setting LSR ID is the prerequisite for setting Enable MPLS.
l The value of LSR ID must be the IP address of a loopback interface on an NE.
l Setting Enable MPLS is the prerequisite for setting other MPLS parameters.

Step 5 In LDP and MPLS TE, check related parameter settings.

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2.10.2 Querying MPLS Interfaces


This section describes how to query MPLS interface information.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose MPLS Management > MPLS Configuration > MPLS Interface from the service tree.

Step 3 In the displayed list, details on MPLS interfaces are provided.

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2.11 Querying BFD Information


This section describes how to query BFD configurations of a device, BFD global configurations,
and BFD global TTI configurations.

2.11.1 Querying BFD Global configurations


Configuring global BFD attributes is to perform NE-level BFD configuration. This configuration
affects the BFD function of the entire NE.

Prerequisites
The data of the BFD management must be synchronized to the U2000.

Context
l Enabling BFD is a prerequisite to BFD configuration.
l If BFD is disabled, all BFD configurations will be deleted. Be cautions to disable BFD.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Reliability > BFD Management > BFD Global from the service tree.

Step 3 In BFD Global, you can set parameters or view parameter settings.
NOTE

l If single-hop BFD detection needs to be performed on the Layer 2 interfaces or the Layer 3 physical
interfaces without IP addresses, such as the IP-Trunk member interface and Layer 3 Eth-Trunk member
interface, adopt the default multicast IP address.
l You can set Default multicast address only when Enable BFD is set to Enable.
l If BFD Bind Type is set to Default multicast address, Default multicast address on the BFD
Global tab page cannot be modified.

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2.11.2 Querying BFD Global TTL Configurations


After the global TTL is configured, the BFD function of the entire NE is affected.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click the NE in the Main Topology and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu.

Step 2 Choose Reliability > BFD Management > BFD Global TTL Configuration from the service
tree.

Step 3 Click Condition. In the Filter Criteria dialog box, set query conditions, and then click OK.
NOTE

When querying all records, you can click Query without setting any filtering rule.

Step 4 In the query result area, you can view global TTL records.

Step 5 To create global TTL configurations, in the Create BFD Global TTL Configuration dialog
box, set Peer IP, Mask Length, Session Type, and TTL Value.

Step 6 Click OK or Apply.

The record of the created global TTL is displayed in the query result area.

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