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C H A P T E R 4

Deploying the C65/76M

This chapter describes how to deploy the Cisco 6500/7600 Series Manager, and consists of these sections:

Managing a Catalyst 6000 Family Switch or a Cisco 7600 Series Internet Router, page 4-1

Deployment and Commissioning Process, page 4-6

Managing a Catalyst 6000 Family Switch or a Cisco 7600 Series Internet Router

Managing a Catalyst 6000 family switch or a Cisco 7600 series Internet Router using CEMF is a two-stepprocess:

1.Deploy objects that need to be managed.

C65/76M objects can be discovered automatically or deployed manually.

2.Commission the objects to allow CEMF to manage them.

 

 

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Deploying Objects

The deployment process should be done after you install the C65/76M software for the first time, or after you install new hardware. Deployment informs the C65/ 76M of the presence of supported hardware.

The C65/76M objects can be automatically discovered or manually deployed. Objects can also be predeployed in CEMF before the actual installation of a Catalyst 6000 family switch or a Cisco 7600 series Internet Router in the field.

Predeployment is the process of reserving a space in CEMF for network equipment, which has not yet been physically slotted into the system rack. When an object or device is predeployed, the physical device or object is not present, but CEMF has been preconfigured to hold an object of similar type. As a result, C65/ 76M module objects can be deployed and the C65/76M will not monitor their status. When a module is then placed in the physical equipment, the new module will be automatically detected and management of the module will be automatically started.

C65/76M Object Hierarchy

A fully deployed C65/76M object in CEMF has the following object hierarchy:

Network Element

Chassis

Power Supplies

Supervisor Modules

Ethernet Interfaces

Ethernet Modules

Ethernet Interfaces

Switch Fabric Modules

FlexWAN Modules

Port Adapter

ATM Port Adapter

ATM SONET Interfaces

ATM E3 Interfaces

ATM T3 Interfaces

OSM GeWAN Modules

OSM GeWAN Interfaces

OSM PoS Modules

Ethernet Interfaces

OSM PoS Interfaces

 

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OSM Channelized SONET Modules

Ethernet Interfaces

OSM Channelized SONET Interfaces

OSM Serial Sub-interfaces

OSM PoS Sub-interfaces

Content Switching Modules

Software

EtherChannels

Syslog

EIGRP

BGP

OSPF

VTP

VLAN

STP

IS-IS

ACL

NDE

Loopback

QoS

QoS Policy Map

The top-levelNetwork Element object represents the entire switch including the physical and logical components of the switch. The Chassis object, which is a child of the Network Element object, represents all the physical components of the switch. For example, the chassis frame, power supplies, modules, and ports are all represented under the Chassis object. The Software object, which is a peer of the Chassis object, represents all the logical components of the switch. For example, VLAN configurations, EtherChannels, and routing protocols are represented under the Software object.

Note The Software object and its children are available only under the Catalyst6000Manager, Catalyst6500Manager, and Cisco7600Manager containment views.

 

 

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Commissioning Objects

Commissioning is the action required to notify CEMF to start actively monitoring the object. Only the following C65/76M objects can be commissioned and decommissioned by the user:

Network Element

Supervisor Module

Ethernet Module

Switch Fabric Module

FlexWAN Module

Content Switching Module

Port Adapter

OSM Module

When applied to these objects, the commissioning process is propagated down to all the object’s children. For example, if the Network Element object is commissioned, all the C65/76M objects are also commissioned. If only a Supervisor Module object is commissioned, then its Ethernet Interface objects are also commissioned.

When the Network Element object is commissioned, a subchassis discovery is started to determine the contents of the switch. If objects on the switch are discovered that do not currently exist in CEMF, then these objects are automatically created and populated. For example, an Ethernet module would be automatically populated with the appropriate number of interfaces when it is discovered. If the object already exists in CEMF, then a type match is made against the CEMF object and the one found during discovery. If a mismatch is found, the object is placed into the Mismatched state and an error is generated. If there is no mismatch, then the object is commissioned successfully and CEMF begins to monitor it.

Figure 4-1 shows the CEMF Map Viewer application with the C65/76M software installed. When an object is deployed in CEMF, the objects are automatically added to the Network, Physical, and the appropriate Manager Views. In this example, the Network Element objects are called “may” and “morar,” the Chassis objects are called“may-Chassis”and“morar-Chassis,”and the Software objects are called“may-Software”and“morar-Software.”

 

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Under the Network container, the Network Element objects are labelled by their IP addresses and added to the group representing the subnet that they belong to (192.168.12.0). Under the Physical container, the Network Element and Chassis objects are available.

Note The Software objects are available only under the Catalyst6000Manager, Catalyst6500Manager, and Cisco7600Manager containment views.

Figure 4-1Hierarchical Structure of Deployed and Commissioned Objects

 

 

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There are three methods that can be used to enable CEMF to monitor a

Catalyst 6000 family switch or a Cisco 7600 series Internet Router:

IP Auto Discovery

This method should be used to deploy a large number of devices that are currently connected to the network. This method automatically deploys the Network Element and Software objects for each Catalyst 6000 family switch or Cisco 7600 series Internet Router discovered.

Manual deployment

This method should be used if a small number of devices that are connected to the network need to be deployed. This method will deploy the Network Element and Software objects for the Catalyst 6000 family switches or Cisco 7600 series Internet Routers specified.

Predeployment

This method should be used to predeploy a device that is not connected to the network. The following objects can be predeployed:

Network Element and Software

Chassis

Supervisor Modules

Ethernet Modules

Switch Fabric Modules

FlexWAN Modules

Port Adapters

OSM Modules

The remaining C65/76M objects are automatically discovered when the Network Element object is commissioned.

 

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IP Auto Discovery

The CEMF Auto Discovery application is used to search an existing network. The network is examined for IP and SNMP devices. An object is created for each new device discovered. The IP discovery window can be launched from either the Discovery icon from the CEMF Launchpad (Figure 3-2)or from theDeployment/ Auto Discovery... pop-upmenu item on a selected object as shown inFigure 4-2.

Figure 4-2Launching the IP Discovery Window from the Map Viewer

When first launched, the IP Discovery window will resemble Figure 4-3.

 

 

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Figure 4-3IP Discovery Window

The contents of this window depend on how the window was launched. For example, if this window was launched from an object in the physical containment view, then the Physical Location parameter would be automatically set to the location from which the window was launched, as shown in Figure 4-3.For more information on the CEMF Auto Discovery process, refer to the “Auto Discovery” chapter of theCEMF 3.1 Users Guide.

 

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Note When specifying the SNMP community string, use theread-writecommunity string for the switch. If the read community string is used or appears first in the list of community strings, then that will be the SNMP community string used for both the read andread-writeoperations by the C65/76M. As a result, set operations will fail.

After the discovery process is complete, newly discovered objects will be automatically added to the Network containers and Physical containers. In the Network container, the object will be placed under the appropriate subnet. In the Physical container, discovered objects will be placed in the location based on the value of the Physical Location parameter.

If one of the discovered devices is a Catalyst 6000 family switch or a Cisco 7600 series Internet Router, then a C65/76M Network Element object will also be added into the Network containers, Physical containers, and the appropriate Manager Views. The Software object is also automatically added to the Manager View. In Figure 4-4,the Network Element object is labelled “192.168.12.105” and the Software object is labelled“192.168.12.105-Software.”

 

 

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Figure 4-4Map Viewer with a Newly Discovered Catalyst 6500 Switch

After the Network Element and Software objects have been created by the Auto Discovery process, their contents need to be determined. This determination is made by commissioning the Network Element object. When the Network Element object is commissioned, it executes a subchassis discovery process that communicates with the switch to automatically determine the contents of the switch.

However, before the Network Element object can be commissioned, additional parameters are required. Specifically, the Telnet and Enable passwords and the SNMP communities are required. To specify the passwords and SNMP communities, right-clickon the Network Element object (192.168.12.105 inFigure 4-4)and chooseOpen Network Element Dialog from thepop-upmenu, which will launch a window that resemblesFigure 4-5.

 

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Figure 4-5Network Element Dialog Box

When the dialog box is displayed, select the Configuration tab. In the CLI Passwords section, specify the Telnet Password and Enable Password parameters. The Telnet Password is the password used to connect to the switch using the Telnet protocol. The Enable Password is the password used to enter the enable mode on the switch or router. All values entered in these text fields will be displayed as “*”.

To specify the SNMP read and write community strings, select the SNMP tab and enter the correct SNMP read/write community strings.

Note The IP Discovery process only fills in the SNMP community strings based on the version of SNMP discovered on the switch or router. InFigure 4-6,the read andread-writecommunity strings are specified as public and private, respectively, because “private” was specified in the IP Discovery window (seeFigure 4-3).The community string used in the IP Discovery window should be theread-writeSNMP community.

 

 

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Figure 4-6SNMP Tab in the Network Element Dialog Box

Click the Commission button from the Configuration tab (Figure 4-5)to start the subchassis discovery process, which allows the C65/76M to determine which modules are installed on the switch or the router and also allows CEMF to start monitoring the switch or the router.

Note Commissioning may take a few minutes.

After the Network Element object is commissioned, the Physical view will resemble Figure 4-7.

 

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Figure 4-7FullyIP-Discoveredand Commissioned Catalyst 6513 Switch

Manual Deployment

The manual deployment method is used when discovery of the entire network is not needed and the specific IP address and type of device that is connected to the network is known.

To manually deploy a Catalyst 6000 family switch or a Cisco 7600 series Internet Router, choose the pop-upmenu item,Deployment >Deploy Manager, from the appropriate container. The following example describes how to manually deploy a Catalyst 6500 series switch. To manually deploy other devices, use thepop-upmenu from the other manager containers.

 

 

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Choose Deployment > Deploy Catalyst 6500 Managerfrom the pop-up menu. This pop-up menu item, shown in Figure 4-8, is available from the Site level in the Physical container and at the top level of the Catalyst6500Manager container.

Figure 4-8Pop-upMenu for Manually Deploying a C65/76M Switch Object

 

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When you select this item, the Deployment Wizard window shown in Figure 4-9 is displayed.

Figure 4-9DeploymentWizard—Templates

 

 

Property

Description

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catalyst 6500 Switch

This option deploys the Network Element and

 

 

Network Element Only

Software objects. Used when you want to perform

 

 

(Auto-discovered

a subchassis discovery to automatically populate

 

 

chassis)

the Network Element object.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catalyst 6500 Switch

This option deploys the Network Element, Chassis

 

 

Network Element and

and Software objects. Used when you want to

 

 

Chassis

perform predeployment operations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Choose the Catalyst 6500 Switch Network Element Onlyoption and click the

Forward button. The Object Parameters window, shown inFigure 4-10,is displayed.

Tips The Catalyst 6500 Switch Network Element and Chassisoption is used for the predeployment processes (see the “Predeployment” section).

Figure 4-10DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

 

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Property

Description

 

 

Number of Catalyst

The number of switches or routers that you want

6500 Switch elements

to deploy at the same time.

 

 

Enter the number of Catalyst 6500 series switches or Cisco 7600 series Internet Routers that you want to deploy at the same time and click the Forward button. The remaining screens of this wizard are displayed for each switch or router to be deployed. The Object Parameters window, shown inFigure 4-11,is displayed.

Figure 4-11DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters Details

 

 

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Property

Description

 

 

Catalyst 6500 Switch

Name of the Network Element object that is displayed

Name

in the Map Viewer application.

 

 

IP Address

IP address of the switch or router.

 

 

SNMP V1 Read

SNMP v1 read community used by the device.

Community

 

 

 

 

SNMP V1 Write

SNMP v1 write community used by the device.

Community

 

 

 

 

SNMP V2c Read

SNMP v2c read community used by the device.

Community

 

 

 

 

SNMP V2c Write

SNMP v2c write community used by the device.

Community

 

 

 

 

SNMP Version

The version of the SNMP agent running on the device.

 

This is a drop-downmenu containing:

 

SNMPv1

 

SNMPv2c

 

SNMPv3 - not supported

 

 

IOS Telnet Password

The password used to allow the C65/76M to access

 

the enable level of the Network Element using a

 

Telnet connection. The value entered in this text box

 

is not in plain text.

 

 

IOS Enable Password

The password used to allow the C65/76M to access

 

the Network Element using a Telnet connection. The

 

value entered in this text box is not in plain text.

 

 

 

Enter the details for this window and then click the Forward button. The Views window, shown inFigure 4-12,may be displayed if the system requires a selection of the “location” of the network element within the physical hierarchy.

 

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Note The Network Element object can be deployed and commissioned without the IOS Telnet or enable passwords being set. However, some of the attributes will have the value of “ERROR” because those values are retrieved using IOS commands.

Figure 4-12DeploymentWizard—Views

 

 

Property

Description

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Physical

Location in the Physical containment view where the new

 

 

 

object will be deployed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If the wizard was launched from a Site object in the Physical containment view, this screen will not be displayed, and the Physical parameter is set automatically. If this wizard is launched from any other containment view, this screen is displayed and you must specify the appropriate location in the Physical containment where the new object should be added. You can use the Select button to specify the Physical containment (Figure 4-13).Click theForward button when completed.

Figure 4-13Physical Containment Selection

Choose the Physical containment view and then click Apply button. The

Summary window, shown in Figure 4-14,is displayed.

 

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Figure 4-14DeploymentWizard—Summary

You can either cancel the operation by clicking Cancel or clickFinish to create the object. If you click theFinish button, the Network Element and Software objects are added to the Map Viewer. The resulting Map Viewer resemblesFigure 4-4.

After the Network Element and Software objects are created by the Deployment Wizard, the type of switch and its contents need to be determined. This determination is made by commissioning the Network Element object. When the Network Element object is commissioned, it executes a subchassis discovery process that communicates with the switch to automatically determine the contents of the switch.

To commission the Network Element object, right-clickon the Network Element object and chooseOpen Network Element Dialog from thepop-upmenu, which launches a window that resemblesFigure 4-15.

 

 

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Figure 4-15Network Element Dialog Box

Click the Commission button from theConfiguration tab to start the subchassis discovery, which allows the C65/76M to determine which modules are installed on the switch or router, and also allows CEMF to start monitoring the switch or router.

Note Commissioning may take a few minutes.

Unlike the Auto Discovery process (see the “IP Auto Discovery” section on page 4-7),no additional parameters need to be specified. These parameters were specified in the manual Deployment Wizard (Figure 4-11).After the object is commissioned, the Physical view will resembleFigure 4-16.

 

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Figure 4-16Manually Deployed and Commissioned Catalyst 6506 Switch

If an error is encountered when the object is commissioned, the Network Element object might go into the Mismatched or Lostcomms state and an alarm would be raised.

The Network Element is placed in the Mismatched state if the IP address specified during the deployment wizard does not correspond to the device type that was deployed. If this occurs, the Network Element object must be deleted from CEMF and redeployed with the correct IP address or type.

The Network Element is placed in the Lostcomms state if the SNMP read community string specified in during the deployment wizard is incorrect. If this occurs, open the Network Element dialog box, decommission the Network Element object, go to the SNMP tab (Figure 4-6)and enter the correct SNMP read community, and then recommission the Network Element object.

 

 

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Predeployment

This deployment option is used to deploy the Catalyst 6000 family switch or Cisco 7600 series Internet Router into CEMF before it has been attached to the network. After an object has been predeployed, CEMF keeps the object in a decommissioned state until the device corresponding to the object is added to the network. After the switch is brought on-line,the predeployed object will be commissioned automatically. The following objects can be predeployed:

Network Element, Software and Chassis

Supervisor Modules

Ethernet Modules

Switch Fabric Modules

FlexWAN Modules

Port Adapter

Content Switching Module

EtherChannel Modules

The remaining C65/76M objects are automatically discovered when the Network Element object is commissioned.

Network Element, Software, and Chassis Object Predeployment

To manually predeploy the Network Element, Software, and Chassis C65/76M objects, select the pop-upmenu item,Deployment > Deploy Manager, from the appropriate container. The following example describes how to manually predeploy a Catalyst 6500 series switch. To manually predeploy other devices, use thepop-upmenu from the other manager containers.

Choose Deployment > Deploy Catalyst 6500 Managerfrom the pop-up menu. This pop-up menu item, shown in Figure 4-17, is available from the Site level in the Physical container and at the top level of the Catalyst 6500 Manager container.

 

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Figure 4-17Manually Deploying a C65/76M Object

When you choose the Deployment > Deploy Catalyst 6500 Manageroption, the Deployment Wizard—Templates window, shown in Figure 4-18, is displayed.

 

 

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Figure 4-18DeploymentWizard—Templates

Property

Description

 

 

Catalyst 6500 Switch

This option deploys the Network Element and

Network Element Only

Software objects. Used when you want to perform

(Auto-discovered

a subchassis discovery to populate the Network

chassis)

Element object automatically.

 

 

Catalyst 6500 Switch

This option deploys the Network Element,

Network Element and

Chassis, and Software objects. Used when you

Chassis

want to perform predeployment operations.

 

 

 

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Choose the Catalyst 6500 Switch Network Element and Chassisoption and click the Forwardbutton. The Object Parameters window, shown in Figure 4-19, is displayed.

Tips The Catalyst 6500 Switch Network Element Only option is used for the manual deployment process (see the“Manual Deployment” section).

Figure 4-19DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

 

 

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Property

Description

 

 

Number of Catalyst

The number of switches or routers that you want

6500 Switch elements

to predeploy at the same time.

 

 

Enter the number of Catalyst 6500 series switches or Cisco 7600 series Internet Routers that you want to predeploy at the same time and click the Forward button. The detailed Object Parameters window, shown inFigure 4-20,is displayed. The remaining screens in this wizard will be displayed for each switch or router to be predeployed.

Figure 4-20DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters Details

 

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Property

Description

 

 

Catalyst 6500 Switch

Name of the Network Element object that is displayed

Name

in the Map Viewer application.

 

 

IP Address

IP address that is given to the switch or router when it

 

is connected to the network.

 

 

SNMP V1 Read

SNMP v1 read community used by the device.

Community

 

 

 

 

SNMP V1 Write

SNMP v1 write community used by the device.

Community

 

 

 

 

SNMP V2c Read

SNMP v2c read community used by the device.

Community

 

 

 

 

SNMP V2c Write

SNMP v2c write community used by the device.

Community

 

 

 

 

SNMP Version

The version of the SNMP agent running on the device.

 

This is a drop-downmenu containing:

 

SNMPv1

 

SNMPv2c

 

SNMPv3 - not supported

 

 

IOS Telnet Password

The password used to allow the C65/76M to access

 

the Network Element using a Telnet connection. The

 

value entered in this text box will not be in plain text.

 

 

IOS Enable Password

The password used to allow the C65/76M to access

 

the enable level of the Network Element using a

 

Telnet connection. The value entered in this text box

 

will not be in plain text.

 

 

 

Enter the details for the switch and then click the Forward button. The Views window may be displayed if the system requires a selection of the “location” of the network element within the physical hierarchy (seeFigure 4-21).

 

 

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Figure 4-21DeploymentWizard—Views

Property

Description

 

 

Physical

Location in the Physical containment view where the new

 

object will be deployed.

 

 

If this wizard was launched from a site in the Physical containment view, this screen will not be displayed. In this case, the Physical parameter is set automatically. If this wizard is launched from any other containment view, this screen is displayed and you must specify the appropriate location in the Physical containment view where the new object should be added. Click the Select button to select the Physical location parameter (seeFigure 4-22).Click the Forward button when completed.

 

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Figure 4-22Physical Location Selection

Click the Apply button when the Physical containment has been selected. The Object Parameters window, shown inFigure 4-23,is displayed.

 

 

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Figure 4-23DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

 

 

 

Property

Description

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catalyst 6500 Chassis

Label that is used for the Chassis object in the Map

 

 

 

Name

Viewer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chassis Type

This value specifies the type of chassis to deploy.

 

 

 

 

It is a drop-downlist containing the chassis types

 

 

 

 

in the chassis series:

 

 

 

 

wsc6506

 

 

 

 

wsc6509

 

 

 

 

wsc6509NEB

 

 

 

 

wsc6513

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Note If you are deploying a Catalyst 6000 series switch, the following chassis types will be displayed in the Chassis Type drop down menu.

Property

Description

 

 

Catalyst 6000 Chassis

Label that is used for the Chassis object in the Map

Name

Viewer.

 

 

Chassis Type

This value specifies the type of chassis to deploy.

 

It is a drop-downlist containing the chassis types

 

in the chassis series:

 

wsc6006

 

wsc6009

 

 

 

Note If you are deploying a Cisco 7600 series Internet Router, the following chassis types will be displayed in the Chassis Type drop down menu.

Property

Description

 

 

Cisco 7600 Chassis

Label that is used for the Chassis object in the Map

Name

Viewer.

 

 

Chassis Type

This value specifies the type of chassis to deploy.

 

It is a drop-downlist containing the chassis types

 

in the chassis series:

 

wsc7603

 

wsc7606

 

wsc7609

 

 

 

Specify the name of the Chassis object and the type of chassis to predeploy, and click the Forward button. The Summary window, shown inFigure 4-24,is displayed.

 

 

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Figure 4-24DeploymentWizard—Summary

You can either cancel the operation by clicking the Cancel button, or click theFinish button to create the object.

If you click the Finish button, the Network Element, Chassis, and Software objects are added to the Map Viewer. The chassis image that is displayed will depend on the value used for the Chassis Type.Figure 4-25 shows an example of a predeployed Catalyst 6509 chassis. Note that the chassis is empty and has cross hashes indicating that it is in the decommissioned state.

 

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Figure 4-25Predeployed Catalyst 6509 Chassis Object

 

 

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Predeploying Subchassis Modules

The next step in predeploying a Catalyst 6000 family switch or a Cisco 7600 series Internet Router in CEMF is to deploy the modules within the chassis. The following subchassis objects can be predeployed:

Supervisor Modules

Ethernet Modules

Switch Fabric Modules

FlexWAN Modules

Port Adapters

Optical Services Modules

Content Switching Module

Tips Supporting modules, such as AC or DC power supplies, are automatically added through subchassis discovery. You cannot manually deploy these objects.

Supervisor Module

To predeploy a Supervisor Module, choose Deployment > Deploy Supervisor/ Control Modules(s)from thepop-upmenu of the Chassis object (see

Figure 4-26).

 

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Figure 4-26Predeploying Supervisor Modules

The Supervisor Module Deployment Wizard—ObjectParameters window, as shown inFigure 4-27,is displayed.

 

 

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Figure 4-27Supervisor Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

Property

Description

 

 

Number of Modules

The number of supervisor modules to deploy.

 

 

Enter the number of supervisor modules to predeploy and click the Forward button. The Supervisor Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters Details window is displayed for each module to deploy (seeFigure 4-28).

 

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Figure 4-28Supervisor Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

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Description

 

 

Module Name

The name given to the Supervisor Module object.

 

 

Module Type

The type of supervisor module to be deployed. The

 

types are shown in a drop-downlist with the

 

following values:

 

ws-x6k-sup1a-msfc—SupervisorEngine 1A

 

 

with MSFC

 

ws-x6k-s1a-msfc2—SupervisorEngine 1A

 

 

with MSFC2

 

ws-x6k-s2-msfc2—SupervisorEngine 2 with

 

 

MSFC2

 

 

Chassis Slot Number

The slot in which the supervisor module is to be

 

deployed.

 

 

 

Note Usews-x6k-s1a-msfc2to deploy both the Supervisor Engine 1A with MSFC or Supervisor Engine 1A with MSFC2.

Note Usews-x6k-s2-msfc2to deploy the Supervisor Engine 2 with 256 MB DRAM and MSFC2(ws-x6k-s2u-msfc2).

Enter the details for the Supervisor Module object and click the Forward button. The Supervisor Module DeploymentWizard—Summarywindow is displayed (seeFigure 4-29).

 

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Figure 4-29Supervisor Module DeploymentWizard—Summary

You can either click the Cancel button to cancel the operation, or click theFinish button to create the object. If the Chassis Slot Number corresponds to an occupied slot, an error message will be displayed. The error message resembles the message shown inFigure 4-30.

 

 

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Figure 4-30Predeployment Failure Due to an Occupied Slot

Ethernet Module

To predeploy an Ethernet module (standard Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, or Gigabit Ethernet), choose the Deployment > Deploy Ethernet Module(s) option from thepop-upmenu of the Chassis object (seeFigure 4-31).

 

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Figure 4-31Predeploying Ethernet Modules

 

 

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After you choose the Deploy Ethernet Module option, the window shown inFigure 4-32 is displayed.

Figure 4-32Ethernet Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

Property

Description

 

 

Number of Modules

The number of Ethernet modules to

 

deploy.

 

 

Enter the number of Ethernet module objects to be predeployed at the same time and click the Forward button. The window shown inFigure 4-33 is displayed.

 

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Figure 4-33Ethernet Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters Details

 

Property

Description

 

 

 

 

Module Name

The name given to the Ethernet Module object.

 

 

 

 

Module Type

The type of Ethernet card to be deployed. This is a drop-downlist with the

 

 

following values:

 

 

wsx6224100fxmt—24-port100FX

 

 

wsx6324100fxmm—24-port100FX multimode with enhanced QoS

 

 

wsx6324100fxsm—24-port100FXsingle-modewith enhanced QoS

 

 

wsx6248rj45—48-port10/100TX withRJ-45connectors

 

 

wsx6248tel—48-port10/100TX withRJ-21connectors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Description

 

 

 

 

Module Type

wsx6248atel—48-port10/100TX withRJ-21connectors and enhanced QoS

(continued)

wsx6348rj45—48-port10/100TX withRJ-45connectors, enhanced QoS,

 

 

 

and upgradeable voice card

 

wsx6348rj45v—48-port10/100TX withRJ-45connectors, enhanced QoS,

 

 

and voice card

 

 

wsx6348rj21—

48-port10/100,RJ-21,upgradable to voice

 

wsx6524-100fxmm—Fabric-enabled100FX Fast Ethernet Module,

 

 

multimode fiber, MT-RJ

 

wsx6548rj21—F

abric-enabled10/100 Fast Ethernet Modules,RJ-21

 

wsx6548rj45—F

abric-enabled10/100 Fast Ethernet Modules,RJ-45

 

wsx6408gbic—8-portGigabit Ethernet

 

wsx6408agbic—8-portGigabit Ethernet with enhanced QoS

 

wsx6416gbic—16-portGigabit Ethernet

 

wsx6416gemt—16-portGigabit Ethernet withMT-RJconnectors

 

wsx6516gbic—16-portGigabit Ethernet with switch fabric connection

 

wsx6816gbic—16-portGigabit Ethernet with dual switch fabric

 

 

connections

 

 

wsx6316getx—16-portGigabit Ethernet withRJ-45connectors

 

wsx6516-getx—16-portGigabit Ethernet withRJ-45connectors,x-bar

 

wsx6501-10gex4—One-port10GBASE-EX4metro extended reach 10

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet Module (single-modefiber)

 

 

Chassis Slot Number

The slot in which the Ethernet Module is to be deployed.

 

 

 

 

Enter the details for the Ethernet Module object and click the Forward button. The Ethernet Module DeploymentWizard—Summarywindow is displayed (seeFigure 4-34).

 

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Figure 4-34Ethernet Module DeploymentWizard—Summary

You can either click the Cancel button to cancel the operation or click theFinish button to create the object. If the Chassis Slot Number corresponds to an occupied slot, an error message is displayed. The error message resembles the message shown inFigure 4-30.

 

 

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Switch Fabric Module

To predeploy a Switch Fabric Module, choose the Deployment > Deploy Supervisor/Control Module(s) option in thepop-upmenu from the Chassis object (seeFigure 4-35).

Figure 4-35Predeploying Switch Fabric Modules

 

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After you choose the Deploy Switch Fabric Module(s) option, the Switch Fabric Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters window is displayed (seeFigure 4-36).

Figure 4-36Switch Fabric Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

Property

Description

 

 

Number of

The number of Switch Fabric Modules to deploy at the

Modules

same time.

 

 

 

 

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Enter the number of Switch Fabric Modules to be deployed at the same time and click the Forward button. The Switch Fabric Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters Details window is displayed for each module to deploy (seeFigure 4-37).

Figure 4-37Switch Fabric Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

Details

 

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Property

Description

 

 

Module Name

The name given to the Switch Fabric Module object.

 

 

Module Type

The type of Switch Fabric Module to be deployed.

 

This is a drop-downlist with the following values:

 

wsc6500sfm—SwitchFabric Module

 

wsc6500sfm2—SwitchFabric Module (for the

 

Catalyst 6513 chassis)

 

 

Chassis Slot Number

The slot in which the Switch Fabric Module is to be

 

deployed.

 

 

Enter the details for the Switch Fabric Module object and click the Forward button. The Switch Fabric Module DeploymentWizard—Summarywindow is displayed (seeFigure 4-38).

 

 

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Figure 4-38Switch Fabric Module DeploymentWizard—Summary

You can either click the Cancel button to cancel the operation or click theFinish button to create the object. If the Chassis Slot Number corresponds to an occupied slot, an error message is displayed. The error message resembles the message shown inFigure 4-30.

 

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FlexWAN Module

To predeploy a FlexWAN Module, choose the Deployment > Deploy Supervisor/ Control Module(s) option in thepop-upmenu from the Chassis object

(see Figure 4-39).

Figure 4-39Predeploying FlexWAN Modules

After you choose the Deploy FlexWAN Module(s) option, the FlexWAN Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters window is displayed (seeFigure 4-40).

 

 

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Figure 4-40FlexWAN Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

Property

Description

 

 

Number of Modules

The number of FlexWAN modules to be deployed at

 

the same time. This value cannot be greater than 12.

 

 

Enter the number of FlexWAN modules to be deployed at the same time and click Forward button. The FlexWAN Module Deployment Wizard – Object Parameters Details window is displayed for each module to be deployed (seeFigure 4-41).

Note This value cannot be greater than 12. If it is, an error message will be displayed and theForward button will not work.

 

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Figure 4-41FlexWAN Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters Details

Property

Description

 

 

Module Name

The name given to the FlexWAN Module object.

 

 

Module Type

The type of FlexWAN Module to be deployed.

 

This is a drop-downlist with the following values:

 

wsx61822pa—FlexWANModule

 

 

Chassis Slot Number

The slot in which the FlexWAN is to be deployed.

 

The FlexWAN Modules can be deployed on slots

 

2 through 13.

 

 

 

 

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Enter the details for the FlexWAN Module object and click the Forward button. The FlexWAN Module DeploymentWizard—Summarywindow is displayed (seeFigure 4-42).

Figure 4-42FlexWAN Module DeploymentWizard—Summary

You can either click the Cancel button to cancel the operation or click theFinish button to create the object. If the Chassis slot number corresponds to an occupied slot, an error message is displayed. The message resembles the message shown inFigure 4-30.

 

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Port Adapters

To predeploy a port adapter, the FlexWAN module must first be deployed (see the “FlexWAN Module” section on page 4-53 ). Choose theDeployment > Deploy Port Adapter(s) option in thepop-upmenu from the FlexWAN object (seeFigure 4-43).

Figure 4-43Predeploying Port Adapters

The Port Adapter Deployment Wizard—ObjectParameters window is displayed (seeFigure 4-44).

 

 

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Figure 4-44Port Adapter DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

Property

Description

 

 

Number of Modules

The number of port adapters to be deployed at the

 

same time.

 

 

Enter the number of port adapters to be deployed at the same time and click Forward button. The Port Adapter Deployment Wizard – Object Parameters Details window is displayed for each module to be deployed (seeFigure 4-45).

Note This value cannot be greater than 2. If it is, an error message will be displayed and theForward button will not work

 

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Figure 4-45Port Adapter DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters Details

 

 

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Description

 

 

Port Adapter Name

The name given to the Port Adapter object.

 

 

Port Adapter Type

The type of port adapter to be deployed. This is a

 

drop-downlist with the following values:

 

pa-ah1t

 

pa-ah2t

 

pa-4t-plus

 

pa-a8t-v35

 

pa-atmdx-ds3

 

pa-atmdx-e3

 

pa-atmdx-sml-oc3

 

pa-atmdx-smi-oc3

 

pa-atmdx-mm-oc3

 

pa-a8t-x21

 

pa-a8t-rs232

 

pa-1e3

 

pa-2e3

 

pa-1t3

 

pa-2t3

 

pa-8ct1-csu

 

pa-8ce1

 

pa-ce3

 

pa-possw-sm

 

pa-possw-mm

 

pa-possw-lr

 

 

 

 

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Property

Description

 

 

 

 

 

Port Adapter Type (continued)

pa-1t3-plus

 

 

pa-2t3-plus

 

 

pa-mct3

 

 

pa-mc2t3

 

 

pa-san-fc1

 

 

 

 

FlexWAN Bay Number

The FlexWAN bay in which the port adapter is to

 

 

be deployed. The port adapter can be deployed in

 

 

bays 0 and/or 1.

 

 

 

 

 

Note Valid FlexWAN bay numbers are 0 or 1. If you enter any other number, an error message is displayed and theForward button will not work.

Enter the details for the Port Adapter object and click the Forward button. The Port Adapter DeploymentWizard—Summarywindow is displayed

(see Figure 4-46).

 

 

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Figure 4-46Port Adapter DeploymentWizard—Summary

You can either click the Cancel button to cancel the operation or click theFinish button to create the object. If the Chassis slot number corresponds to an occupied slot, an error message is displayed. The message resembles the message shown inFigure 4-30.

 

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Content Switching Module

The Content Switching Module is a line card that provides server load balancing (SLB) of client traffic to server farms, firewalls, secure sockets layer (SSL) devices, or VPN termination devices. To predeploy a Content Switching Module (CSM), choose the Deployment > Deploy Supervisor/Control Module(s) option in thepop-upmenu from the Chassis object (seeFigure 4-47).

Figure 4-47Predeploying Content Switching Modules

After you choose the Deploy Supervisor/Control Module(s) option, the DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters window is displayed (seeFigure 4-48).

 

 

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Figure 4-48DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

Property

Description

 

 

Number of Modules

The number of Content Switching Modules to be

 

deployed at the same time. This value cannot be

 

greater than 1 for IOS 12.1(8a)E3 and earlier, and no

 

greater than 11 for IOS 12.1(8a)EX and later.

 

 

Enter the number of Content Switching Modules to be deployed at the same time and click Forward button. The DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters Details window is displayed for each module to be deployed (seeFigure 4-49).

 

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Note The C65/76M manager supports management and configuration of the CSM if only one CSM is deployed. If you choose to deploy more than one CSM in the chassis, inventory of the CSMs are supported, but the management and configuration of the CSMs are not supported.

Caution If multiple CSMs are deployed on a chassis, appropriate user access controls should be implemented in CEMF to prevent users from accidentally using the C65/76M manager to modify the CSM configurations. Refer to theCisco Element Manager Framework User Guide for additional information about user access control.

 

 

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Figure 4-49DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters Details

 

 

 

Property

Description

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Module Name

The name given to the Content Switching Module

 

 

 

 

object.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Module Type

The type of Content Switching Module to be

 

 

 

 

deployed. This is a drop-downlist with the

 

 

 

 

following value:

 

 

 

 

ws-x6066-slb-apc—ContentSwitching

 

 

 

 

Module

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chassis Slot Number

The slot in which the Content Switching Module

 

 

 

 

is to be deployed. The Content Switching Modules

 

 

 

 

can be deployed on slots 2 through 13.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Enter the details for the Content Switching Module object and click the Forward button. The DeploymentWizard—Summarywindow is displayed (see

Figure 4-50).

Figure 4-50DeploymentWizard—Summary

You can either click the Cancel button to cancel the operation or click theFinish button to create the object. If the Chassis slot number corresponds to an occupied slot, an error message is displayed. The message resembles the message shown inFigure 4-30.

 

 

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Optical Services Module

To predeploy an Optical Services Module (OSM), choose the Deploy Module(s), Deploy OSM Module option in thepop-upmenu from the Chassis object (seeFigure 4-51).

Figure 4-51Predeploying OSM Modules

After you choose the Deploy OSM Module(s) option, the OSM Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters window is displayed (seeFigure 4-52).

 

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Figure 4-52OSM Module DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters

Property

Description

 

 

Number of Modules

The number of OSMs to be deployed at the same time.

 

 

Enter the number of OSMs to be deployed at the same time and click Forward button. The DeploymentWizard—ObjectParameters Details window is displayed for each module to be deployed (seeFigure 4-53).

 

 

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Property

Description

 

 

Module Name

The name given to the OSM object.

 

 

Module Type

The type of OSM to be deployed. This is a

 

drop-downlist with the following values:

 

osm-4ge-wan-gbic—4-portGigabit Ethernet

 

 

Optical Services Module, GBIC

 

osm-4oc12-pos-mm—4-portOC-12/STM-4

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, MM, with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-4oc12-pos-si—4-portOC-12/STM-4

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-IR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-4oc12-pos-sl—4-portOC-12/STM-4

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-LR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-1oc48-pos-ss—1-portOC-48/STM-16

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-SR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-1oc48-pos-si—1-portOC-48/STM-16

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-IR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-1oc48-pos-sl—1-portOC-48/STM-16

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-LR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-16oc3-pos-mm—16-portOC-3/STM-1

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, MM, with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-16oc3-pos-si—16-portOC-3/STM-1

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-IR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

 

 

 

 

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Description

 

 

 

Module Type (continued)

osm-16oc3-pos-sl—16-portOC-3/STM-1

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-LR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-2oc12-pos-mm—2-portOC-12/STM-4

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, MM, with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-2oc12-pos-si—2-portOC-12/STM-4

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-IR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-2oc12-pos-sl—2-portOC-12/STM-4

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-LR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-8oc3-pos-mm—8-portOC-3/STM-1

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, MM, with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-8oc3-pos-si—8-portOC-3/STM-1

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-IR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-8oc3-pos-sl—8-portOC-3/STM-1

 

 

SONET/SDH OSM, SM-LR,with 4 ports of

 

 

Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-1choc48/t3-ss—1-portshort reach OC48

 

 

with 4 Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-1choc48/t3-si—1-portchannelized

 

 

OC-48,SM-IR,with 4 ports of Gigabit

 

 

Ethernet

 

 

 

 

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Property

Description

 

 

 

Module Type (continued)

osm-2choc48/t3-si—2-portchannelized

 

 

OC-48,SM-IR,with 4 ports of Gigabit

 

 

Ethernet

 

osm-2choc48/t3-ss—2-portshort reach

 

 

OC48, with 4 ports of Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-4choc12/t3-mm—4-portchannelized

 

 

OC-12,MM, with 4 ports of Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-4choc12/t3-si—4-portchannelized

 

 

OC-12,SM-IR,with 4 ports of Gigabit

 

 

Ethernet

 

osm-8choc12/t3-mm—8-portchannelized

 

 

OC-12,MM, with 4 ports of Gigabit Ethernet

 

osm-8choc12/t3-si—8-portchannelized

 

 

OC-12,SM-IR,with 4 ports of Gigabit

 

 

Ethernet

 

 

Chassis Slot Number

The slot in which the OSM is to be deployed. The

 

OSMs can be deployed on slots 2 through 13.

 

 

 

 

Enter the details for the OSM object and click the Forward button. The

Deployment Wizard—Summarywindow is displayed (seeFigure 4-54).

 

 

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Figure 4-54OSM DeploymentWizard—Summary

You can either click the Cancel button to cancel the operation or click theFinish button to create the object. If the Chassis slot number corresponds to an occupied slot, an error message is displayed. The message resembles the message shown inFigure 4-30.

 

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Commissioning Predeployed Objects

A predeployed Network Element and subobjects are commissioned automatically when a coldStart SNMP trap that is issued from the switch or the router is received by the CEMF server.

Note For the automatic commissioning to work, the switch or router must be configured to send SNMP traps and the CEMF server host must be in the trap client list.

The subchassis discovery task is executed during commissioning. The discovery task does the following:

Verifies the predeployed objects.

If a mismatch between the predeployed object and the discovered object exists, then the predeployed object is placed in a Mismatched state. For example, if a Supervisor Engine 2 MSFC2 is predeployed but a Supervisor Engine 1A MSFC2 is discovered, the Supervisor Module object will be placed in a Mismatched state. If the wrong object was predeployed, delete the object and recommission the Network Element. If the wrong module was inserted in the switch or router, insert the correct module and recommission the object.

Checks for switch or router components that were not predeployed. Any objects that are discovered will be created and commissioned automatically.

Automatically creates and commissions the remaining C65/76M objects. These objects include the power supply and all of the logical objects.

If the coldStart trap is not received by the CEMF server when the switch is first brought on-line,then the predeployed Network Element object needs to be commissioned manually by opening the Network Element dialog box and selecting the Commission button (seeFigure 4-15).

 

 

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