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4 - System Configuration Archive and


Auto-Upgrade Configuration
Introduction
This section provides information on backup and restoral of the system provisioning, using the SCA
feature (System Configuration Archive). It also provides information for upgrading firmware using the
AUC files (Auto-Upgrade Configuration).

Objectives
Objectives
After this section, the student will be able to:

Describe the back-up and


restore function of the System
Configuration Archive feature
Describe the process for
upgrading firmware for the
Total Access 5000 shelf
Perform a backup, upgrade,
and restore

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System Configuration Archive


SCA Description
Allows manual or automatic save of
provisioning data to remote TFTP
server
Saves can be scheduled in order to
reduce network traffic
Restoral files can be used in case of
catastrophe or as clone for new
installations
Operation available only to those with
administrator privileges

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SCA Process
Enable AutoSave feature and provision related settings
(filename, time,etc.)

Provision the SCA Restore and Module Restore Settings

Provision Remote Host (TFTP Server and Remote Filename)

Manually start a Save/Restore

Monitor Status

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Upgrading Firmware
Auto Upgrade Description
Periphery equipment is
upgraded FIRST, independently
(NetVanta or ONT)

Allows manual or
automatic upgrade to flash
firmware for the TA 5000 system.

SCM compares current


module and firmware against what is
specified in the Auto Upgrade Config
file

Modules not currently


running the firmware revision
specified are upgraded

Reboot after module upgrade


immediate or scheduled
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Pre-Requisites
Archive the current system configuration to an SCA file.
Obtain the System Release file from ADTRAN (ftp
site) and place onto server.

Verify connectivity to shelves to be upgraded.


Verify that Auto Upgrade Mode is either Manual
or Auto to shelf to be upgraded.

Disable SCA retrieval for period of upgrade and


verify that no SCA restorations are in progress.

Dont forget to do these before you upgrade!

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Upgrade Procedure

Choose
remote
File I/O
Method
(FTP,
FTOT,
etc.)

Provision
IP
address
for
Remote
File Host

Enter File
Name

Start
Upgrade

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Summary
SCA System Control Archive
Allows manual or automatic save of provisioning data to
remote TFTP server
Restoral files can be used in case of catastrophe or as
clone for new installations
Saves can be scheduled in order to reduce network traffic

AUC Auto Upgrade Configuration


Allows manual or automatic upgrade to flash firmware for
the TA 5000 system.
SCM compares current module and firmware against what
is specified in the Auto Upgrade Config file
Modules not currently running the firmware revision
specified are upgraded
Reboot after module upgrade immediate or scheduled
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Lab System Configuration Archive


Introduction
In this lab you will perform a System Configuration Archive save and restore.

Logging In
Telnet into your TA5K shelf with the following:
Login: ADMIN
Password: PASSWORD

Procedure
Step
1.

Action
For Carrier Ethernet: Place the SHDSL module IS.
(config)# no slot shut 1/2
For BBDLC: Place the AE module IS.
(config)# no slot shut 1/5

2.

Configure sca parameters:


(config)# sca
(config-sca)# autosave
(config-sca)# max-instances 3
(config-sca)# permit-restore modules
(config-sca)# permit-restore modules 1/2 (for Carrier Ethernet)
(config-sca)# permit-restore modules 1/5 (for BBDLC)
(config-sca)# permit-restore modules 1/a
(config-sca)# permit-restore modules 1/b
(config-sca)# permit-restore modules in-service
(config-sca)# prefix r#s2_date
For example, for rack 1, shelf 2, Feb 2, enter r1s2_020210
(config-sca)# suffix .sca (there is a period before sca)
(config-sca)# exit

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Set the tftp file server parameters:


(config)# ip file-server sca host 10.100.54.7
(config)# ip file-server sca filename yourfilename (for example
r1s2_020711.sca)
(config)# ip file-server default protocol tftp
(config)# exit

4.

Manually save your current configuration to the tftp server:


# copy sca tftp
You will see copy in progress before the command prompt returns.

5.

Change a provisioning parameter on your module. Verify the LED on the module
changes to green after you provision it to no shut.
For Carrier Ethernet:
# con t
(config)# interface shdsl 1/2/32
(config-shsl 1/2/32)# no shut
(config-shsl 1/2/32)# end
For BBDLC:
# con t
(config)# interface gigabit-ethernet 1/5/1
(config-giga-eth 1/7/1)# no shut
(config-giga-eth 1/7/1)# end

6.

Now, restore the file you saved a few minutes ago, when the port 32 was shut.
# copy tftp sca
You will see sca restore in progress before the command prompt returns.

7.

The port you set to no shut (in service) should be restored to its previous
configuration (shut out of service).
For Carrier Ethernet:
# show run int shdsl 1/2/32
For BBDLC:
# show run int gigabit-ethernet 1/5/1
Verify that the interface is SHUT.

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Lab Auto-Upgrade
Introduction
In this lab you will perform an auto-upgrade of the TA5K shelf.

Logging In
Telnet into your TA5K shelf with the following:
Login: ADMIN
Password: PASSWORD

Procedure
Step
1.

Action
Identify the filename to get and the server IP address.
# configure terminal
(config)# ip file-server auto-upgrade filename TA5000-05-05-02-01_MAN.auc
(this is an example name obtain your filename from your instructor)
(config)# ip file-server default host 10.100.54.7

2.

Set the upgrade mode to manual, since we are going to manually perform the
upgrade.
(config)# auto-upgrade
(config-auto-upgrade)# mode manual
(config-auto-upgrade)# end

3.

Start the upgrade process:


# force auto-upgrade start
View the progress of the upgrade:
# show auto-upgrade shelf-status realtime

4.

Verify that the modules have been upgrade to the proper rev.
# show system inventory

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