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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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