Global Configuration of Devices in BAC RDU

Global Configuration of Devices in BAC RDU
Global Configuration of Devices in BAC RDU
The Configuration tab provides the ability to manage global level configuration of devices in the BAC RDU
for properties such as DN Prefix Format and CWMP Defaults. This tab is disabled by default and can be
enabled by updating 'superuser' role from Admin tab->Roles. Refer to Editing a Role for more details.
DN Prefix: It is used as part of the ManagedObjectInstance parameter that is in a fault. The DN Prefix
parameter is defined in TR-196. The Prefix is applied to the groups such as enterprise, site, or chasis so that
the applicable identification information is included. It allows the fault system to have all information
necessary without further integration with the RMS. Additionally, DN Prefix can be leveraged and used in
the PM file so that the PM system does not required integration with the RMS. The default value for
"FC-DN-PREFIX-FORMAT" parameter is "FC-ENTERPRISE-ID, FC-SITE-ID, FC-GRID-ID".
CWMP: It is the CPE WAN Management Protocol (CWMP). It defines an application layer protocol for
remote management of end-user devices. Any properties set under CWMP defaults level means that the
property value is applicable to the devices but can be overridden at group and device level.
• Configuring DN Prefix Format, page 1
• Adding CWMP Defaults, page 3
• Updating CWMP Defaults, page 4
• Deleting CWMP Defaults, page 4
Configuring DN Prefix Format
This feature allows the user to customize the DN Prefix format.
Procedure
Step 1
Log in to the DCC UI with valid credentials.
The Device Command and Control screen is displayed.
Step 2
Select the Configuration tab.
The Configuration screen is displayed.
Step 3
Select the DN Prefix Format tab.
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Configuring DN Prefix Format
The DN Prefix Format screen is displayed.
Figure 1: Configure DN Prefix format
Step 4
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Step 8
Enter the valid name in Label text box.
Select the suitable property from the Property drop down box.
Note
As you enter the label name and suitable property, the Add Property button is enabled and it allows
the user to add the property.
Click Add Property to add a property to the DN Prefix format.
Note
This adds the property to DN Prefix Format.
A tool-tip is displayed indicating that the changes are not saved, and the Submit button is enabled
to save the changes.
Optional. Click Delete icon against the respective property to delete that property.
Note
This deletes the property from the DN Prefix Format.
A tool-tip is displayed indicating that the changes are not saved, and the Submit button is enabled
to save the changes.
Click Submit.
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Adding CWMP Defaults
The successful DN prefix format message is displayed.
Note
A success response or a failure response is displayed with an appropriate page error message depending
on the PMG response.
Adding CWMP Defaults
Procedure
Step 1
Log in to the DCC UI with valid credentials.
The Device Command and Control screen is displayed.
Step 2
Select the Configuration tab.
The Configuration screen is displayed.
Step 3
Select the CWMP Defaults tab.
The CWMP Defaults screen is displayed.
Step 4
Click Add to add the CWMP default property.
The Add CWMP Default Property screen is displayed.
Figure 2: Add CWMP Default Property
Note
The Add button is enabled only after all the required fields are entered.
Step 5
Enter the valid property name, type, and value and click Add.
The property gets updated in the CWMP Defaults screen.
Step 6
Click Cancel.
The dialog box closes.
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Updating CWMP Defaults
Updating CWMP Defaults
Procedure
Step 1
Log in to the DCC UI with valid credentials.
The Device Command and Control screen is displayed.
Step 2
Select the Configuration tab.
The Configuration screen is displayed.
Step 3
Select the CWMP Defaults tab.
The CWMP Defaults screen is displayed.
Step 4
Click Update.
The Update CWMP Default Property screen is displayed.
Figure 3: Update CWMP Default Property
Step 5
Enter the valid value and click Update.
The property gets updated in the CWMP Defaults screen.
Step 6
Click Cancel.
The dialog box closes.
Deleting CWMP Defaults
Procedure
Step 1
Log in to the DCC UI with valid credentials.
The Device Command and Control screen is displayed.
Step 2
Select the Configuration tab.
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Deleting CWMP Defaults
The Configuration screen is displayed.
Step 3
Select the CWMP Defaults tab.
The CWMP Defaults screen is displayed.
Step 4
Click Delete.
Based on the selection of the property the delete confirmation screen is displayed.
Click Cofirm.
The selected property gets deleted and updates the CWMP Defaults screen.
Step 5
Step 6
Click Cancel.
The dialog box closes.
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