How to create NEs in batches using U2000 LCT

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Hello everyone!

Today, I will share with you how to create NEs in batches using U2000 LCT.

When the U2000 LCT communicates with a GNE normally, the U2000 LCT can search out all NEs that communicate with the GNE according to the IP address or IP network segment of the GNE, or NSAP addresses of the NEs, and create the NEs in batches.

The steps are as follows

1. the NE Information List, click NE Search.

2. Search for NEs.

Searching for NEs by network segment or IP address.

 a. Select Search for NE from the Search Mode drop-down list.

b. Click Add in the Search Domain area, the Input Search Domain dialog box is displayed.


c. In the Input Search Domain dialog box, set Address Type to IP Address Range of GNE, IP Address of GNE or NSAP Address. Choose whether to select the Search NE through the query routing table checkbox. Set Search Address, User Name, and Password text boxes. Then click OK.

The default NE user is lct. The default password is Changeme_123

3. Automatic IP discovery (use this method when network segments cannot be correctly entered)

a. Select IP auto-discovery from the Search Mode drop-down list.

b. Set NE User and Password


5. In the Search for NE area, perform the following operations:

Select Create NE after search, click Common Connection Mode or Security SSL Connection Mode (preferred), and then enter NE User and Password.

Select Upload after being created. The data related to the NEs is uploaded to the U2000 LCT after the NEs are created.

6. Click Next. The Result area is displayed

Building NEs in this way can save a lot of time, I hope my sharing can help everyone, thank you.

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