How to use the U disk to Upgrade Software of CE6810-48S-LI

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How to use the U disk to Upgrade Software of CE6810-48S-LI

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Moderator Created May 31, 2019 18:51:09 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Good day!

Use the U disk to Upgrade a device, the main work is to edit the index file on the PC.

The procedure is as follows:

1. Create a text file.

2. Edit the file based on the index file format. The field names in the index file must be in uppercase.

3. Rename the file as smart_config.ini.

The index file format is as follows:

BEGIN DC 
[GLOBAL CONFIG] 
TIMESN= 
EMS_ONLINE_STATE= 
UPGRADEMODE= 
[DEVICEn DESCRIPTION] 
OPTION= 
ESN= 
MAC= 
DIRECTORY= 
SYSTEM-SOFTWARE= 
SYSTEM-CONFIG= 
HMAC= 
SYSTEM-PAT= 
END DC
 

   
Field


   
   
Mandatory or Optional


   
   
Description


   
  
BEGIN DC


  
  
Mandatory


  
  
Start tag of the index file. This field cannot be modified.


  
  
[GLOBAL CONFIG]


  
  
Mandatory


  
  
Start tag of the global configuration. This field cannot be modified.


  
  
TIMESN


  
  
Mandatory


  
  
Data change time in the format YearMonthDay.HourMinuteSecond.


  
For example, the value 20110628.080910indicates 2011-06-28  08:09:10.


  
The TIMESN field is a USB-based upgrade flag. A device has a default  USB-based upgrade flag. If the smart_config.ini file exists  in the USB flash drive, the device checks whether the default USB-based  upgrade flag and the TIMESN value in the smart_config.ini file  are the same. If they are different, the USB-based upgrade process is  triggered. If the upgrade succeeds, the value of the default USB-based  upgrade flag on the device is changed to the TIMESN value in the smart_config.ini file.


  
  
EMS_ONLINE_STATE


  
  
Optional


  
  
Whether the NMS is online, indicating whether a device registers with  the NMS after being deployed:


  
l  YES: The device registers  with the NMS.


  
l  NO: The device does not  register with the NMS.


  
The default value is NO.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
UPGRADEMODE


  
  
Optional


  
  
Upgrade mode:


  
l  AUTO: automatic mode


  
l  DFT: production mode,  which is used in production, commissioning, and testing environment. In this  mode, only the system software version is upgraded.


  
The default value is AUTO.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
[DEVICEnDESCRIPTION]


  
  
Mandatory


  
  
Start tag of the file description. n indicates the  device number. The value is an integer and starts from 0.


  
  
OPTION


  
  
Optional


  
  
Whether file information is valid:


  
l  OK: valid


  
l  NOK: invalid


  
The default value is OK.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
ESN


  
  
Optional


  
  
Serial number of a device. If the value of this field is DEFAULT,  the index file is applicable to all devices. Otherwise, the index file is applicable  to a specific device.


  
The default value is DEFAULT.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
MAC


  
  
Optional


  
  
Device MAC address, in XXXX-XXXX-XXXX format. X is a hexadecimal number.  If the value of this field is DEFAULT, the index file is  applicable to all devices. Otherwise, the index file is applicable to a  specific device.


  
The default value is DEFAULT.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
DIRECTORY


  
  
Optional


  
  
Path for storing deployment files.


  
l  If the value is DEFAULT,  the deployment files are stored in the root directory of the USB flash drive.


  
l  If the value is /abc,  the deployment files are stored in the abc directory.


  
The default value is DEFAULT.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
SYSTEM-SOFTWARE


  
  
Optional


  
  
System software file with file name extension .cc.


  
  
SYSTEM-CONFIG


  
  
Optional


  
  
Configuration file with file name extension .cfg, .zip or .dat.


  
If this field has a value, the MAC field cannot be  empty or default.


  
  
HMAC


  
  
Optional


  
  
HMAC of the configuration file, which is used to check the configuration  file to be loaded. The value is a string of 64 characters and is calculated  for the configuration file in the USB flash drive based on the HMAC-SHA256  algorithm through a calculation tool. The key used for calculation must be  the same as the password configured using the set device   usb-deployment password passwordcommand.


  
By default, no check is performed on the configuration file.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
The HMAC can be generated for the configuration file through the  HMAC-SHA256 calculation tool (such as OpenSSL).


  
  
SYSTEM-PAT


  
  
Optional


  
  
Patch file with file name extension .pat.


  
  
END DC


  
  
Mandatory


  
  
End tag of the index file.


  

Examples

Creating an index file for upgrading one device, and therequirements are as follows:

1. Data is changed at08:09:10 on June 28, 2016.

2. The device MACaddress is 0018-0303-1234.

3. The systemsoftware system-software.cc, the configuration file system-config.zip,and the patch file system-pat.pat are stored in the rootdirectory of the USB flash drive.

The index file that meets the preceding requirements isas follows:

BEGIN DC 
[GLOBAL CONFIG] 
TIMESN=20160628.080910 
EMS_ONLINE_STATE=NO 
UPGRADEMODE=AUTO 
[DEVICE0 DESCRIPTION] 
OPTION=OK 
ESN=DEFAULT 
MAC=0018-0303-1234 
DIRECTORY=DEFAULT 
SYSTEM-SOFTWARE=system-software.cc 
SYSTEM-CONFIG=system-config.zip 
SYSTEM-PAT=system-pat.pat 
END DC
 
 
Note: ON the  CE series switches, the U diskdeployment function is disabled by default. Use the undo set deviceusb-deployment disable command enables the U disk deployment function.
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Popeye_Wang Moderator Created May 31, 2019 18:51:09 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Good day!

Use the U disk to Upgrade a device, the main work is to edit the index file on the PC.

The procedure is as follows:

1. Create a text file.

2. Edit the file based on the index file format. The field names in the index file must be in uppercase.

3. Rename the file as smart_config.ini.

The index file format is as follows:

BEGIN DC 
[GLOBAL CONFIG] 
TIMESN= 
EMS_ONLINE_STATE= 
UPGRADEMODE= 
[DEVICEn DESCRIPTION] 
OPTION= 
ESN= 
MAC= 
DIRECTORY= 
SYSTEM-SOFTWARE= 
SYSTEM-CONFIG= 
HMAC= 
SYSTEM-PAT= 
END DC
 

   
Field


   
   
Mandatory or Optional


   
   
Description


   
  
BEGIN DC


  
  
Mandatory


  
  
Start tag of the index file. This field cannot be modified.


  
  
[GLOBAL CONFIG]


  
  
Mandatory


  
  
Start tag of the global configuration. This field cannot be modified.


  
  
TIMESN


  
  
Mandatory


  
  
Data change time in the format YearMonthDay.HourMinuteSecond.


  
For example, the value 20110628.080910indicates 2011-06-28  08:09:10.


  
The TIMESN field is a USB-based upgrade flag. A device has a default  USB-based upgrade flag. If the smart_config.ini file exists  in the USB flash drive, the device checks whether the default USB-based  upgrade flag and the TIMESN value in the smart_config.ini file  are the same. If they are different, the USB-based upgrade process is  triggered. If the upgrade succeeds, the value of the default USB-based  upgrade flag on the device is changed to the TIMESN value in the smart_config.ini file.


  
  
EMS_ONLINE_STATE


  
  
Optional


  
  
Whether the NMS is online, indicating whether a device registers with  the NMS after being deployed:


  
l  YES: The device registers  with the NMS.


  
l  NO: The device does not  register with the NMS.


  
The default value is NO.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
UPGRADEMODE


  
  
Optional


  
  
Upgrade mode:


  
l  AUTO: automatic mode


  
l  DFT: production mode,  which is used in production, commissioning, and testing environment. In this  mode, only the system software version is upgraded.


  
The default value is AUTO.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
[DEVICEnDESCRIPTION]


  
  
Mandatory


  
  
Start tag of the file description. n indicates the  device number. The value is an integer and starts from 0.


  
  
OPTION


  
  
Optional


  
  
Whether file information is valid:


  
l  OK: valid


  
l  NOK: invalid


  
The default value is OK.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
ESN


  
  
Optional


  
  
Serial number of a device. If the value of this field is DEFAULT,  the index file is applicable to all devices. Otherwise, the index file is applicable  to a specific device.


  
The default value is DEFAULT.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
MAC


  
  
Optional


  
  
Device MAC address, in XXXX-XXXX-XXXX format. X is a hexadecimal number.  If the value of this field is DEFAULT, the index file is  applicable to all devices. Otherwise, the index file is applicable to a  specific device.


  
The default value is DEFAULT.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
DIRECTORY


  
  
Optional


  
  
Path for storing deployment files.


  
l  If the value is DEFAULT,  the deployment files are stored in the root directory of the USB flash drive.


  
l  If the value is /abc,  the deployment files are stored in the abc directory.


  
The default value is DEFAULT.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
  
SYSTEM-SOFTWARE


  
  
Optional


  
  
System software file with file name extension .cc.


  
  
SYSTEM-CONFIG


  
  
Optional


  
  
Configuration file with file name extension .cfg, .zip or .dat.


  
If this field has a value, the MAC field cannot be  empty or default.


  
  
HMAC


  
  
Optional


  
  
HMAC of the configuration file, which is used to check the configuration  file to be loaded. The value is a string of 64 characters and is calculated  for the configuration file in the USB flash drive based on the HMAC-SHA256  algorithm through a calculation tool. The key used for calculation must be  the same as the password configured using the set device   usb-deployment password passwordcommand.


  
By default, no check is performed on the configuration file.


  
If this field does not exist or is empty, the default value is used.


  
The HMAC can be generated for the configuration file through the  HMAC-SHA256 calculation tool (such as OpenSSL).


  
  
SYSTEM-PAT


  
  
Optional


  
  
Patch file with file name extension .pat.


  
  
END DC


  
  
Mandatory


  
  
End tag of the index file.


  

Examples

Creating an index file for upgrading one device, and therequirements are as follows:

1. Data is changed at08:09:10 on June 28, 2016.

2. The device MACaddress is 0018-0303-1234.

3. The systemsoftware system-software.cc, the configuration file system-config.zip,and the patch file system-pat.pat are stored in the rootdirectory of the USB flash drive.

The index file that meets the preceding requirements isas follows:

BEGIN DC 
[GLOBAL CONFIG] 
TIMESN=20160628.080910 
EMS_ONLINE_STATE=NO 
UPGRADEMODE=AUTO 
[DEVICE0 DESCRIPTION] 
OPTION=OK 
ESN=DEFAULT 
MAC=0018-0303-1234 
DIRECTORY=DEFAULT 
SYSTEM-SOFTWARE=system-software.cc 
SYSTEM-CONFIG=system-config.zip 
SYSTEM-PAT=system-pat.pat 
END DC
 
 
Note: ON the  CE series switches, the U diskdeployment function is disabled by default. Use the undo set deviceusb-deployment disable command enables the U disk deployment function.
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