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UNM2000

Network Convergence
Management System (Based on
Windows)

Installation Guide
Version: C

Code: MN000001819

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Preface

Related Documentation
Document Description

UNM2000 Network Convergence Introduces the functions, application scenarios and


Management System Product technical specifications of the UNM2000 Network
Description Convergence Management System.

UNM2000 Network Convergence Introduces how to install the UNM2000 Network


Management System Installation Convergence Management System on the Windows
Guide (Based on Windows) operating system.

UNM2000 Network Convergence Introduces how to install the UNM2000 Network


Management System Installation Convergence Management System on the SUSE Linux
Guide (Based on SUSELinux) operating system.

UNM2000 Network Convergence


Introduces the operation guidelines of the UNM2000
Management System Operation
Network Convergence Management System.
Guide

I
Version
Version Description

A Initial version.
B Revises the software and hardware configuration requirements.

u Revises the method of installing the client end through Web.

u Adds the configuration requirements for Internet protocol in the


C software and hardware configuration.

u Adds the operation procedures for deleting the JAVA cache in


Verifying the Upgrade of the Server End

Intended Readers

This manual is intended for the following readers:

u Project commissioning engineers

u Commissioning engineers

u Operation and maintenance engineers

To utilize this manual, the knowledge on the basic operations of the Windows Server
2008 is necessary.

II
Conventions

Terminology Conventions

Terminology Convention

FiberHome UNM2000 Network Convergence Management


UNM2000
System

Symbol Conventions

Symbol Convention Description

Note Important features or operation guide.

Possible injury to persons or systems, or cause traffic


Caution
interruption or loss.

Warning May cause severe bodily injuries.

➔ Jump Jumps to another step.

Cascading
→ Connects multi-level menu options.
menu
Bidirectional
↔ The service signal is bidirectional.
service
Unidirectional
→ The service signal is unidirectional.
service

III
Operation Safety Rules

The network management computer should be placed away from


direct sunlight, electromagnetic interference, heat source,
humidity and dust, and with at least 8cm distance from other
objects in order to keep good ventilation.

Use UPS power supply to avoid loss of network management


data caused by accidental power failure.

The computer case, UPS power supply and switch (or hub)
should be connected to protection earth ground.

To shut down the network management computer, first exit the


operation system normally and then shut off the power supply.

Do not exit the network management system when it is working


normally. Exiting the network management system does not
interrupt traffic in the network, but precludes centralized control of
the networked equipment.

The network management computer cannot be used for purposes


other than network management. Use of unidentified memory
devices should be prohibited so as to avoid computer viruses.

Do not delete any file in the network management system


randomly or copy any irrelevant file into the network management
computer.

Do not visit Internet via the network management computer.


Doing so may increase data flow in the net card and hence affects
normal network management data transmission or results in other
accidents.

V
Do not perform service configuration or expansion during service
busy hours via the network management system.

Do not modify the network management computer’s protocol


settings, computer name or LAN settings. Doing so may result in
abnormal operation of network management system.

VI
VII
VIII
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Contents

Preface...................................................................................................................I

Related Documentation ...................................................................................I

Version ...........................................................................................................II

Intended Readers ...........................................................................................II

Conventions ..................................................................................................III

Operation Safety Rules ......................................................................................... V

1 Installation Overview.......................................................................................1

1.1 Operating Mode ................................................................................2

1.2 System Configuration Requirements .................................................2

1.2.1 Hardware Configuration Requirements................................3


1.2.2 Software Configuration Requirements .................................5

2 Installation Flow ..............................................................................................7

2.1 Initial Installation ...............................................................................8

2.1.1 Installing the Server End for the First Time...........................8


2.1.2 Installing the Client End for the First Time ..........................10

2.2 Upgrade Installation ........................................................................ 11

3 Installing the UNM2000.................................................................................14

3.1 Installing the Server End .................................................................15

3.1.1 Configuring the System Environment ................................15


3.1.2 Installing the SQL Server Database...................................18
3.1.3 Installing the MySQL Database .........................................31
3.1.4 Installing the UNM2000 Software ......................................39
3.1.5 Initializing the Database Table...........................................48
3.1.6 Checking Services ............................................................50

3.2 Installing the Client End ..................................................................51

3.2.1 Installing the JRE..............................................................51


3.2.2 Installing the Client End of the UNM2000...........................54

4 Upgrading the UNM2000 ..............................................................................64


4.1 Preparation for Upgrade..................................................................65

4.2 Backing Up the Original Configuration Data.....................................65

4.3 Backing Up the Software Package ..................................................66

4.4 Uninstalling the Current Version ......................................................67

4.5 Installing the Upgrade Version.........................................................70

4.6 Importing the Configuration Data .....................................................71

4.7 Verifying the Upgrade of the Server End ..........................................72

5 FAQ..............................................................................................................76

5.1 How to View the Installation / Uninstallation Logs.............................77

5.2 How to View the Java Version .........................................................77

5.3 How to Uninstall the MySQL Database............................................78

5.4 How to Uninstall the Tomcat ............................................................80

5.5 How to View the Occupation of System Ports ..................................81

Appendix A Abbreviations ............................................................................83


Figures

Figure 2-1 Flowchart of Installing the Server End for the First Time (for MySQL) .9
Figure 2-2 Flowchart of Installing the Server End for the First Time (for SQL
Server) ...........................................................................................10
Figure 2-3 Flowchart of Installing the Client End for the First Time .................... 11
Figure 2-4 Flowchart of Upgrading the Server End ...........................................12
Tables

Table 1-1 Hardware Configuration Requirements of the Server End ..................3


Table 1-2 Hardware Configuration Requirements of the Client End ...................5
Table 1-3 Software Configuration Requirements of the Server End ...................6
Table 1-4 Software Configuration Requirements of the Client End.....................6
Table 3-1 Custom Rule Settings .....................................................................16
Table 3-2 The my.ini File Parameter Configuration Table ................................33
Table 3-3 Description of the MySQL Database Information .............................45
Table 3-4 Description of the SQL Server Database Information .......................45
Table 3-5 Initialization Procedure Description .................................................49
Table 3-6 UNM2000 Relevant Services ..........................................................51
1 Installation Overview

Before installing the UNM2000, you should be familiar with the operating mode and
configuration requirement of the UNM2000, so as to complete the installation
smoothly.

Operating Mode

System Configuration Requirements

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1.1 Operating Mode

The UNM2000 uses the client / server architecture. The UNM2000 client end and
sever end can be installed on one computer, or respectively on two computers. The
server end supports the access and operations of multiple client ends.

The installation package of the UNM2000 includes the following four components
and you can select the components to be installed as required.

u Client: the client end distribution program of the UNM2000.

u Server: the server end program of the UNM2000.

u MySQL: MySQL database program.

u SQL Server: SQL Server database program.

Note:

u It is recommended that you install the client end distribution program


and the server end program of the UNM2000 on one computer. This
manual introduces the installation procedures on the presumption
that the two programs are to be installed on a same computer.

u The UNM2000 supports the remote installation of the client end. You
can access the server in which the client end distribution program
locates to download and install the client end via the IE browser.

u If the MySQL database is to be used, you can install it using the


UNM2000 installation package; if the SQL server database is to be
used, you need to install it independently before installing the
UNM2000.

1.2 System Configuration Requirements

The following introduces the hardware and software configuration requirements for
the computer on which the UNM2000 is to be installed.

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1.2.1 Hardware Configuration Requirements

Server End

The hardware configuration requirements of the UNM2000 server vary according to


the network scale. For detailed requirements, see Table 1-1.

Table 1-1 Hardware Configuration Requirements of the Server End

Network CPU Clock Rate CPU Mem- Hard Hard Disk Format Network Card
Scale Quantity ory Disk
Space

The format of the disk


Equivalent to
on which the
more than
database and the
1000 OLTs Embedded double
Intel E7-8837 (8- UNM2000 will be
that are fully 4 64G 4*600GB Gb dual-port
core), 2.6GHz installed (disk C and
configured and network cards
disk D by default
connected
respectively) should
with ONUs
be NTFS
The format of the disk
Equivalent to
on which the
500 to 1000
database and the
OLTs that are Intel XeonE7- Embedded double
UNM2000 will be
fully 4610V2 (8-core), 4 32G 4*600GB Gb dual-port
installed (disk C and
configured and 2.3GHz network cards
disk D by default
connected
respectively) should
with ONUs
be NTFS

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Table 1-1 Hardware Configuration Requirements of the Server End (Continued)

Network CPU Clock Rate CPU Mem- Hard Hard Disk Format Network Card
Scale Quantity ory Disk
Space

The format of the disk


Equivalent to
on which the
100 to 500
database and the
OLTs that are Intel XeonE5- Embedded double
UNM2000 will be
fully 2667V2 (8-core), 2 32G 2*600GB Gb dual-port
installed (disk C and
configured and 3.3GHz network cards
disk D by default
connected
respectively) should
with ONUs
be NTFS
The format of the disk
Equivalent to
on which the
less than 100
database and the
OLTs that are Intel XeonE5- Embedded single
UNM2000 will be
fully 2430V2 (6-core), 2 16G 2*600GB Gb dual-port
installed (disk C and
configured and 2.5 GHz network card
disk D by default
connected
respectively) should
with ONUs
be NTFS

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Client End

Table 1-2 shows the hardware configuration requirements of the UNM2000 client
end.

Table 1-2 Hardware Configuration Requirements of the Client End

Network Scale CPU Clock Rate CPU Mem- Hard Disk Hard Disk Video Card
Quantity ory Space Format

Equivalent to
The format of the
more than
disk on which the
1000 OLTs that
Intel XeonE5-2637V2 UNM2000 will be 1 GB discrete
are fully 1 16G 1*2TB
(4-core), 3.5GHz installed (disk D graphics
configured and
by default)
connected with
should be NTFS
ONUs
Equivalent to The format of the
500 to 1000 disk on which the
OLTs that are Intel i3-4130 (2-core), UNM2000 will be 1 GB discrete
1 8G 1*1TB
fully configured 3.4GHz installed (disk D graphics
and connected by default)
with ONUs should be NTFS
Equivalent to The format of the
100 to 500 disk on which the nVIDIA
Intel Core i5-4200U (1.
OLTs that are UNM2000 will be GT720M 1GB
6G-2.6G/3M) (2-core), 1 8G 1*500GB
fully configured installed (disk D discrete
3.4GHz
and connected by default) graphics
with ONUs should be NTFS
Equivalent to The format of the
less than 100 disk on which the
Intel Corei5-4200U (1. Intel HD 4400
OLTs that are UNM2000 will be
6G-2.6G/3M) (2-core), 1 4G 1*500GB integrated
fully configured installed (disk D
3.4GHz graphics
and connected by default)
with ONUs should be NTFS

1.2.2 Software Configuration Requirements

The software requirements for the computer running the UNM2000 server end are
as shown in Table 1-3.

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Table 1-3 Software Configuration Requirements of the Server End

Configuration Item Requirement

Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard (64-bit)

Operating System SUSELinux Enterprise 11 (64-bit)

Solaris 11 (64-bit)

SQL Server 2008 R2


Database
MySQL 5.5

JRE JRE 1.6.0


Internet protocol TCP/IPv4 and TCP/IPv6

The software requirements for the computer running the UNM2000 client end are as
shown in Table 1-4.

Table 1-4 Software Configuration Requirements of the Client End

Configuration Item Requirement

Operating System Windows 7 or Windows 8


JRE JRE 1.6.0
Internet protocol TCP/IPv4 and TCP/IPv6

Caution:

u Before installing the UNM2000 server or client, uninstall the JER of


the version other than JRE 1.6.0 on the computer.

u SNMP is the network management standard based on the TCP/IP


protocol suite, and therefore the TCP/IPv4 and TCP/IPv6 protocols
should be installed both at the UNM2000 server end and client end.

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The installation includes the initial installation and upgrade installation. You can
install the UNM2000 according to the installation flowchart.

Initial Installation

Upgrade Installation

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2.1 Initial Installation

The following introduces how to install the server end and the client end for the first
time.

2.1.1 Installing the Server End for the First Time

When installing the UNM2000 for the first time on Windows operating system (OS),
you can refer to the flowchart shown in Figure 2-1 or Figure 2-2 according to the
type of database to be used.

Note:

The JRE software will be installed by default during installing the


UNM2000.

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Figure 2-1 Flowchart of Installing the Server End for the First Time (for MySQL)

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Figure 2-2 Flowchart of Installing the Server End for the First Time (for SQL Server)

2.1.2 Installing the Client End for the First Time

When installing the UNM2000 client end for the first time under the Windows
operating system, users can refer to the flowchart shown in Figure 2-3.

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Figure 2-3 Flowchart of Installing the Client End for the First Time

2.2 Upgrade Installation


Upgrading the Server End

When upgrading the UNM2000 server end on the Windows OS, you can refer to the
flowchart shown in Figure 2-4.

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Figure 2-4 Flowchart of Upgrading the Server End

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Upgrading the Client End

The UNM2000 supports automatic upgrading of the client end. Upon startup, the
client end will check for updates and upgrade itself automatically, so as to
synchronize the version of the client end with the server end.

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The following introduces how to install the UNM2000 for the first time on the
Windows OS.

Installing the Server End

Installing the Client End

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3.1 Installing the Server End

The following introduces how to install the UNM2000 server end for the first time on
the Windows OS.

3.1.1 Configuring the System Environment

To ensure the security of the system, the system firewall denies the access to the
system ports. In order to use the UNM2000 normally, you need to enable the firewall
and set a firewall custom rule to allow the UNM2000 to access specific ports.

Prerequisite

You have logged into the Windows OS as the Administrator.

Procedure

1. Select Start→Administrative Tool→Windows Firewall with Advanced


Security to open the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security window.

2. Select the Inbound Rule or Outbound Rule in the left pane and click New
Rule in the right pane to open the New Inbound Rule Wizard or New
Outbound Rule Wizard dialog box.

3. Select Port and click Next.

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4. See Table 3-1 to select the corresponding protocol, enter the port number and
click Next. The port 3306 is used as an example to introduce how to add an
inbound rule.

Table 3-1 Custom Rule Settings

Source Protocol Destination Source Port Additional Description


Network Port Options

The port to be
used by the
Description
0/0 TCP 52001:52399 52001:52399 ICE or the
information
application
program.

Description
0/0 UDP 161 161
information ManagerTRAP
Description port.
0/0 UDP 162 162
information
Description MySQL
0/0 TCP 3306 3306
information database port

The Web client


distribution
port. It is 8080
by default.
Description
0/0 TCP 8080 8080 Specify the
information
port number
according to
the actual
situation.

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5. Select Allow the connection and click Next.

6. Select Domain, Private and Public, and then click Next.

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7. Enter 3306 in the Name textbox and relevant description in the Description
(optional) textbox. Then click Finish to complete adding the inbound rule for
the port.

8. Repeat Step 2 to 7 until all inbound and outbound rules are added.

3.1.2 Installing the SQL Server Database

The following introduces how to in the SQL server database.

Prerequisite

u The hardware and software configurations of the server meet the requirements
described in System Configuration Requirements.

u The NET Framework 3.5 SP1 component is installed.

u If Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 is installed on the server, you need to install the
VS-2008 sp1 first.

u The SQL Server2008 installation package is obtained.

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Note:

If the MySQL database is to be adopted, skip the procedures in this


section because it will be installed during the UNM2000 software
installation.

Procedure

1. Double-click SQLFULL_x86_CHS.exe to decompress it.

2. Double-click setup.exe in the file folder to open the SQL Server Installation
Center dialog box.

3. Click Installation in the left pane, and select New installation or add features
to an existing installation. in the right pane.

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4. The system will check the installation program support rules. Then click OK in
the SQL Server 2008 R2 Setup dialog box that appears.

Note:

If the check fails, you need to solve all problems causing failures
according to the prompt, and then reinstall the SQL server database.

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5. Select the SQL Server 2008 R2 version to be installed, type the product key,
and click Next.

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6. Select I accept the license terms, and click Next.

7. Click Install to install the program support files.

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8. The system will check the installation program support rules. Then click Next in
the SQL Server 2008 R2 Setup dialog box that appears.

Note:

If the check fails, you need to solve all problems causing failures
according to the prompt, and then reinstall the SQL server database.

9. Select SQL Server Feature Installation, and then click Next.

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10. Select the components to be installed and click Next.

It is recommended to select the functional components to be installed


according to the following figure. You can also click Select All to install all
components.

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11. The system will check the installation rules. Then click Next.

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12. Adopt the default settings (recommended), and click Next.

13. View the disk space summary, and click Next.

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14. Configure the server.

1) Click Use the same account for all SQL Server services, select NT
AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE as the account name and click OK.

2) Click Next in the displayed SQL Server 2008 R2 Setup dialog box.

15. Configure the database engine.

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1) Click Mixed Mode (SQL Server authentication and Windows


authentication), and type the password of the SQL Server system
administrator in the Enter password and Confirm password text boxes.
The password unm2K10 is recommended.

2) Click Add Current User and click Next.

16. Do not select sending the error reports, and then click Next.

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17. The system will check the installation configuration rules. Then click Next.

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18. Verify the functions of SQL Server 2008 R2 to be installed, and click Install.

19. After the installation is completed, click Close in the dialog box as shown
below.

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3.1.3 Installing the MySQL Database

The MySQL database supports two installation modes: installation-required and


installation-free. The installation-free mode is recommended. This manual uses the
installation-free mode as an example to introduce how to install the MySQL
database. The name of the installation-free package is MySQL 5.5.34.rar.

Prerequisite

u The hardware and software configurations of the server meet the requirements
described in System Configuration Requirements.

u A static IP address is assigned for the UNM2000 server.

Procedure

1. Decompress the installation package to disk D.

Decompress the MySQL file folder to the root directory of disk D of the network
management server.

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Caution:

The MySQL database must be installed on disk D; otherwise running the


UNM2000 may fail.

2. Install the MySQL database service.

1) Select Start→Run, and type cmd in the Open text box of the dialog box
that appears, as shown below:

2) Click OK to open the CLI window and then execute the following
commands.

C:\Document and Settings\Administrator>d:

D:\>cd MySQL\bin

D:\ MySQL\bin>mysqld.exe -install MySQL --defaults-file=\"d:\MySQL\my.ini\"

If Service successfully installed is displayed, the service is installed


successfully, as shown below.

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Note:

After being installed, the MySQL database service appears in the


Services window.

3) Close the CLI window.

3. Configure the MySQL parameters.

1) Open the my.ini file in the D:\MySQL\ directory.

2) See Table 3-2 to set the corresponding parameters in the my.ini file.

Table 3-2 The my.ini File Parameter Configuration Table

Parameter Value
[client] default-character-set gbk

key_buffer_size 256M
max_allowed_packet 64M
table_open_cache 256
sort_buffer_size 1M
read_buffer_size 1M
read_rnd_buffer_size 4M
[mysqld]
myisam_sort_buffer_size 64M
thread_cache_size 8
query_cache_size 16M
thread_concurrency 8
max_connections 500

#default-character-set gbk

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Table 3-2 The my.ini File Parameter Configuration Table (Continued)

Parameter Value
character-set-server gbk

#log-bin mysql-bin

#binlog_format mixed
innodb_data_home_dir D:\MySQL\data/

innodb_data_file_path ibdata1:256M:autoextend
#innodb_log_group_home_dir C:\mysql\data/

innodb_buffer_pool_size 512M
innodb_additional_mem_pool_size 8M
innodb_log_file_size 256M
innodb_log_buffer_size 8M
innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit 2
innodb_file_per_table 1
innodb_lock_wait_timeout 50
[mysqldump] max_allowed_packet 64M
key_buffer_size 128M
sort_buffer_size 128M
[myisamchk]
read_buffer 2M
write_buffer 2M

3) Save the my.ini file.

4. Open the Services window to start up the MySQL database service.

1) Select Start→Administrative Tools→Services to open the Services


window, and then select the MySQL item, as shown below.

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2) Right-click MySQL and select Properties from the shortcut menu to open
the MySQL Properties (Local Computer) dialog box.

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3) Select Automatic from the Startup type drop-down list and click Start to
start the MySQL service. After the service is started up, the process box
will be closed automatically.

4) Click OK in the MySQL Properties (Local Computer) dialog box. The


Status of MySQL will turn into Started in the Services window.

Subsequent Procedure

After installing the MySQL database, configure the environment variables of the
database. The configuration procedures are as follows:

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Caution:

The JAVA version cannot be queried if the environment variables of the


database are not configured. For the query method, see How to View the
Java Version.

1. On the desktop of the UNM2000 server, right-click Computer and select


Properties from the shortcut menu to open the System Properties dialog box.

2. In the System Properties dialog box, select the Advanced tab, as shown
below.

3. In the Advanced tab, click Environment Variables to open the Environment


Variables dialog box, as shown below.

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4. In the System variables list box, Select the Path variable and click Edit to
open the Edit System Variable dialog box, as shown below.

5. Add the variable value %JAVA_HOME%\bin;D:\MySQL\bin; and then click


OK.

Note:

Different variable values should be separated by semicolons.

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3.1.4 Installing the UNM2000 Software

The following introduces how to install the UNM2000 for the first time on the
Windows OS.

Prerequisite

u The hardware and software configurations of the server meet the requirements
described in System Configuration Requirements.

u A static IP address is assigned for the UNM2000 server.

u The installation package of the UNM2000 is obtained.

u The system firewall and anti-virus software are disabled.

Procedure

1. Double-click the UNM2000 installation software, and click Next in the displayed
dialog box.

2. Select I accept the agreement and click Next.

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3. Select the Client and Server components and click Next.

Note:

When installing the UNM2000 server end, you need to select the Client
component; otherwise, the UNM2000 client end cannot be installed
through Web.

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4. Specify the UNM2000 installation path (the default installation path D:


\unm2000 is recommended), and then click Next.

5. Select English as the installation language and click Next.

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6. Set the Tomcat installation path (the default installation path D:\ApacheTomcat
is recommended), and then click Next.

If the ApacheTomcat has been installed on the computer, ➔ step 7.

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7. Specify the server deployment mode. Select the default Centralized and click
Next.

Note:

This manual only introduces the single-instance installation mode (that is,
deploying all services of the server end on the same computer) and
therefore Centralized is selected.

8. Specify the IP address of the computer running the server end, and then click
Next.

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9. Select the database type and then click Next.

10. Configure the database parameter.

4 Set the MySQL parameter, set the database of the UNM2000 server end
according to Table 3-3 and then click Next.

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Table 3-3 Description of the MySQL Database Information

Item Description

Host Sets the IP address of the computer running the server end.

Sets the password of the database. It should be consistent with


DataBase Password
the password typed upon database installation.

Confirm Password Re-enter the password of the database super user.

Sets the port of the database. It should be consistent with the


Port
port typed upon database installation.

4 Set the SQL Server parameter, set the database of the UNM2000 server
end according to Table 3-4 and then click Next.

Table 3-4 Description of the SQL Server Database Information

Item Description

Host Sets the IP address of the computer running the server end.

Sets the password of the database. It should be consistent with


DataBase Password
the password typed upon database installation.

Confirm Password Re-enter the password of the database super user.

Sets the port of the database. It should be consistent with the


Port
port typed upon database installation.

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Table 3-4 Description of the SQL Server Database Information (Continued)

Item Description

SQL Server instance name, which should be consistent with


Note 1
SQL Server Instance that set during database installation. It is mssqlserver by
default.
Note 1: This item appears only when the SQL server database is selected.

11. Confirm the installation information and then click Next.

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12. The installation of the program starts. In the alert box displayed a while later,
click Finish.

13. View the readme contents, and then click OK to close the readme file.

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14. Click No in the displayed alert box to not restart the computer immediately.

Note:

Initialize the database table according to Initializing the Database Table


and then start the computer.

3.1.5 Initializing the Database Table

The following introduces how to initialize the database table architecture.

Prerequisite

u The UNM2000 software has been installed successfully.

u The following services have been stopped: UnmBus, UNMCMAgent,


UNMCMService,
UnmNode and UnmServiceMonitor services.

Procedure

1. Select Start→Run, and type cmd in the Open text box of the dialog box that
appears, as shown below:

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2. Click OK to open the Command Line Interface (CLI) window and then execute
the following commands.
C:\Users\Administrator>d:
D:\>cd unm2000\server\tool
D:\unm2000\server\tool>installdb.bat –i

3. Complete the database initialization according to the GUI prompt.

Table 3-5 Initialization Procedure Description

SN Meaning Description

Select the database type


1 Select the database type. sequence number according to the
current database.
Enter the database file partition
2 Default value.
disk.
Confirm to use D:\SQL_DATA as
3 Default value.
the database file path.

Set this password according to the


Enter the database administrator actual planning. The database
4
password. password in this document is set to
unm2K10.
Set this password according to the
actual planning. The database
5 Re-enter the password.
password in this document is set to
unm2K10.
6 Enter the database instance name. Default value.
7 Enter the database port number. Default value.

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Table 3-5 Initialization Procedure Description (Continued)

SN Meaning Description

Enter the database login


8 Default value.
username.
9 Enter the database user password. Default value.
u 1: Chinese environment
10 Select the database language.
u 2: English Environment

Enter the name of the database file


to be omitted when clearing the
11 Default value.
database. Multiple files are
separated by "-".

12 Confirm the files to be omitted. Default value.


13 Select the database clearing type. Default value.

4. When the system returns Initial databases successful., initializing the


database succeeded.

5. Close the CLI window and restart the computer.

3.1.6 Checking Services

The following introduces how to check the UNM2000 relevant services.

Procedure

1. Select Start→Administrative Tools→Services to open the Services window.

2. View the services listed in Table 3-6 and check whether the status of the
services is Started. If any service is not started, select the service and click
Start Service to start it.

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Table 3-6 UNM2000 Relevant Services

No. Name Description

1 Apache Tomcat 6 It must be started.


2 UnmBus It must be started.
3 UNMCMAgent It must be started.
4 UNMCMService It must be started.
5 UnmNode It must be started.
6 UnmServiceMonitor It must be started.
The MySQL database service, which must
7 MySQL be started when the MySQL database is
adopted.

The relevant service of the SQL server


8 SQL Server (MSSQLSERVER) database, which must be started when the
SQL server database is adopted.

The relevant service of the SQL server


9 SQL Server Browser database, which must be started when the
SQL server database is adopted.

The relevant service of the SQL server


10 SQL Server VSS Writer database, which must be started when the
SQL server database is adopted.

The relevant service of the SQL server


11 SQL Server Proxy (MSSQLSERVER) database, which must be started when the
SQL server database is adopted.

3.2 Installing the Client End

The following introduces how to install the UNM2000 client end.

3.2.1 Installing the JRE

The UNM2000 client must be installed and running with the Java software, and
therefore you need to install the Java environment before installing the UNM2000
client.

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Context

If the JRE has been installed on the computer running the UNM2000 client end, but
its version does not meet the requirements described in Software Configuration
Requirements, you need to uninstall it. See How to View the Java Version.

u If the operating system of the client end is Windows x86 (32-bit), please install
the jre-6u38-windows-i586.exe.

u If the operating system of the client end is Windows x64 (64-bit), please install
the jre-6u38-windows-x64.exe.

Procedure

1. Double-click the corresponding JRE installation package to open the dialog box
as shown in the following figure.

2. It is recommended to use the default destination folder and deselect the


Change destination folder check box. Click Install and the installation
process will be displayed.

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3. After the installation is completed, click Close.

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3.2.2 Installing the Client End of the UNM2000

The following introduces how to install the online and offline UNM2000 client end.

To install the online client and the offline client, you need first download the
corresponding installation program from the server and then run the installation
program on the local computer.

The difference between the online client and the offline client lies in that the former
requires entering the IP address and port of the server during installation while the
latter does not require it. Upon running, the online client will automatically upgrade
the UNM2000 version from the server, while the offline client upgrade it offline.

Prerequisite

u The JRE1.6.0 is installed.

u The server end operates normally.

u The communication between the server end and the client end is normal.

u The system firewall and anti-virus software are disabled.

Procedure

1. Double-click the browser icon, type http://server end IP:port number/


webstart/ (for example, http://10.78.11.225:8080/webstart/) in the browser
address bar, and then press the Enter key to access the installation window of
the UNM2000 client end.

Note:

The port number indicates the Tomcat port number set during the
installation of the server end.

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2. Select the corresponding client and complete the client download and
installation.

4 Download and install the online client.

a) Click Online Client and click Save in the displayed dialog box as
shown below.

b) Double-click the online client program UNM2000_Client and click


Next in the displayed dialog box.

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c) Select I accept the agreement and click Next.

d) Select the UNMClient component and click Next.

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e) Specify the installation path of the UNM2000 client (the default


installation path D:\unm2000client is recommended), and then click
Next.

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f) Select the installation language and click Next.

g) Set the IP address and port of the Web publishing server and then
click Next.

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h) Click Next to start installing the online client.

4 Download and install the offline client.

a) Click Offline Client and click Save in the displayed dialog box as
shown below.

b) Double-click the offline client program UNM2000_Zip and click Next


in the displayed dialog box.

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c) Select I accept the agreement and click Next.

d) Select the UNMClient component and click Next.

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e) Specify the installation path of the UNM2000 client (the default


installation path D:\unm2000client is recommended), and then click
Next.

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f) Click Next to start installing the offline client.

3. After the installation completes, double-click the client shortcut icon . In


the displayed Log into UNM2000 dialog box, type the username and password
(both are admin by default), and type the IP address of the corresponding
server in Server. Then click Login.

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Note:

If the UNM2000 can be logged in successfully, the server end and the
client end are installed successfully.

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4 Upgrading the UNM2000

The following introduces how to upgrade the UNM2000. The UNM2000 supports
automatic upgrading of the client end. Upon startup, the client end will check for
updates and upgrade itself automatically, so as to synchronize the version of the
client end with the server end.

Preparation for Upgrade

Backing Up the Original Configuration Data

Backing Up the Software Package

Uninstalling the Current Version

Installing the Upgrade Version

Importing the Configuration Data

Verifying the Upgrade of the Server End

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4.1 Preparation for Upgrade

The preparations for upgrading the server end of the UNM2000 include the following
aspects:

u The computer running the UNM2000 server end meets the system
configuration requirements described in System Configuration Requirements.

u The version number of the currently used UNM2000 is confirmed.

u The installation package of the new version of the UNM2000 is obtained.

4.2 Backing Up the Original Configuration Data

To avoid data loss caused by upgrading, it is necessary to back up the original


configuration data before the upgrade.

Prerequisite

The FTP server can be connected normally.

Procedure

1. Double-click the browser icon, type http://server end IP:52302/nmtool/ in the


browser address bar, and then press the Enter key to access the login GUI of
the UNM2000 network management tool.

2. Type the username and password on the login GUI (both are Admin by default),
and click Login.

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3. Click Import/Export to access the configuration import / export GUI, as shown


below:

4. Click Export and enter the IP address, port number, username and password
of the FTP server in the displayed dialog box.

5. Click OK.

6. In the Export Success alert box that appears, click OK.

4.3 Backing Up the Software Package

When the UNM2000 cannot work normally, you can restore it to the latest version
using the backup software package.

Procedure

1. Copy the unm2000-version number-windows-installer.exe files of both the


new version and the current version to the “D:\unm2000 install files” directory.

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Note:

u If the “D:\unm2000 install files” directory does not exist, create it and
then back up the files.

u If the software package of the current version does not exist, back up
the current installation folder of the current UNM2000, for example,
D:\unm2000.

4.4 Uninstalling the Current Version

After completing the backup, you can uninstall the current UNM2000 according to
the following procedures.

Procedure

You can uninstall the current version via the following three methods.

u Method 1:

1) Select Start→Control Panel to open the Control Panel window.

2) Click Uninstall a program to open the Programs and Features window.

3) Select UNM2000 and click Uninstall/Change.

4) In the displayed Question alert box, click Yes to uninstall the UNM2000.

5) Click OK in the displayed Info alert box.

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6) In the displayed Question alert box, click Yes to restart the computer.

u Method 2:

1) Access the UNM2000 installation directory (for example, D:\UNM2000)


and double-click uninstall.exe.

2) In the displayed Question alert box, click Yes to uninstall the UNM2000.

3) Click OK in the displayed Info alert box.

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4) In the displayed Question alert box, click Yes to restart the computer.

u Method 3:

1) Select Start→Programs→UNM2000→Uninstall UNM2000.

2) In the displayed Question alert box, click Yes to uninstall the UNM2000.

3) Click OK in the displayed Info alert box.

4) In the displayed Question alert box, click Yes to restart the computer.

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Subsequent Operation

After uninstalling the UNM2000 and restarting the UNM2000 server, you need to
manually delete the unm2000 folder (D:\unm2000 by default) under the installation
directory of the original UNM2000 version.

4.5 Installing the Upgrade Version

The following introduces how to upgrade the UNM2000.

Prerequisite

u The UNM2000 of the original version is uninstalled.

u The ANM2000 of the original version is uninstalled. The UNM2000 and


ANM2000 cannot be installed on the same computer.

Procedure

1. Install the UNM2000 software according to Installing the UNM2000 Software.

2. Initialize the database table according to Initializing the Database Table and
then start the computer.

3. Check and start up the UNM2000 relevant services according to Checking


Services.

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4.6 Importing the Configuration Data

After completing the upgrade of the UNM2000 version, you need to import the
configuration data.

Prerequisite

u The UNM2000 relevant services are started.

u The UNM2000 can connect to the FTP server where the configuration data are
saved.

Procedure

1. Double-click the browser icon, type http://server end IP address: 52302/


nmtool/ in the address bar of the browser, and then press the Enter key to
access the login GUI of the UNM2000 management tool.

2. Type the username and password on the login GUI (The default values are
both Admin), and click Login.

3. Select all services on the process management GUI, click Stop, and then click
OK in the displayed alert box.

4. After the status of each service turns to Stopped, click Import/Export to


access the configuration import / export GUI, as shown below:

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5. Click Import, and click OK in the displayed Please close all network
management services alert box.

6. Enter the IP address, port number, username and password of the FTP server
in the import dialog box.

Note:

The default port of the FTP server is 21. Please check and enter the
correct port of the FTP server.

7. Click OK.

8. In the displayed Import Successful alert box, click OK.

9. Click Process manage, select all services, and click Start to start all the
services.

4.7 Verifying the Upgrade of the Server End

The following introduces how to verify the upgrade of the server end.

Prerequisite

The JAVA cache of the original client should be cleared. Follow the steps below to
clear the JAVA cache.

1. Run the javacpl.exe file in the C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin folder of the


client to open the Java Control Panel dialog box.

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2. In the Java Control Panel dialog box, click View next to Settings to open the
Java Cache Viewer dialog box.

3. Select the application program and click to delete the Java cache.

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Procedure

1. Double-click the browser icon, type http://server end IP:port number/


webstart/ (for example, http://10.78.11.225:8080/webstart/) in the browser
address bar, and then press the Enter key to access the installation window of
the UNM2000 client end.

Note:

The port number indicates the Tomcat port number set during the
installation of the server end.

2. Click Online Client, and the following alert box appears, downloading,
validating and installing the client end software.

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3. In the displayed Log into UNM2000 dialog box, type the username and
password (both are admin by default) and type the IP address of the
corresponding server in Server. Then click OK.

Note:

If users can log in the UNM2000 successfully, the upgrade of the server
end is successful.

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5 FAQ

The following introduces the FAQs in installing and uninstalling the UNM2000.

How to View the Installation / Uninstallation Logs

How to View the Java Version

How to Uninstall the MySQL Database

How to Uninstall the Tomcat

How to View the Occupation of System Ports

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5.1 How to View the Installation / Uninstallation


Logs
Problem

If errors occur during the installation / uninstallation, how to view the installation /
uninstallation logs?

Solution

Do as follows:

1. Access the UNM2000 installation directory (for example, D:\UNM2000).

2. Open the install.log or uninstall.log file and view the recorded logs.

5.2 How to View the Java Version


Problem

How to view the Java version?

Solution

On the Windows OS, follow the steps below to view the Java version:

1. Select Start→Run, and type cmd in the Open text box of the dialog box that
appears, as shown below:

2. Click OK, and type java -version in the CLI window to view the version
information.

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On the SUSE Linux OS, follow the steps below to view the Java version:

1. Right-click the desktop and select Open in Terminal from the shortcut menu to
open the Terminal window.

2. Type java -version to view the version information.

5.3 How to Uninstall the MySQL Database


Problem

How to uninstall the MySQL database?

Solution

Do as follows:

1. Stop the MySQL service.

1) Select Start→Administrative Tools→Services to open the Service


window.

2) Right-click the MySQL service and select Stop.

2. Delete the MySQL service.

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1) Select Start→Run, and type cmd in the Open text box of the dialog box
that appears, as shown below.

2) Click OK to open the CLI window and then execute the following
commands.
C:\Users\Administrator>d:
D:\>cd unm2000db\mysql\bin
D:\unm2000db\mysql\bin>mysqld.exe-remove

When Service successfully removed is displayed, the MySQL service


has been deleted, as shown below.

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5.4 How to Uninstall the Tomcat


Problem

How to uninstall the Tomcat?

Solution

Do as follows:

1. Select Start→Run, and type cmd in the Open text box of the dialog box that
appears, as shown below:

2. Click OK to open the CLI window and then execute the following commands.
C:\Users\Administrator>d:
D:\>cd ApacheTomcat\bin
D:\ApacheTomcat\bin>service.bat remove

When The service ‘Tomcat6’ has been removed is displayed, the Tomcat
service has been deleted, as shown below:

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3. Delete the D:\ApacheTomcat file folder.

5.5 How to View the Occupation of System Ports


Problem

How to view the occupation of system ports?

Solution

Do as follows:

1. Select Start→Run, and type cmd in the Open text box of the dialog box that
appears, as shown below:

2. Click OK, and type netstat-nao in the CLI window to view the occupation of
system ports.

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Appendix A Abbreviations

BML Business Management Layer

BMS Business Management System

Common Object Request Broker


CORBA
Architecture
CPU Central Processing Unit

DCC Data Communication Channel


DCN Data Communication Network
DDN Digital Data Network

EML Element Management Layer

EMS Element Management System

EPON Ethernet Passive Optical Network

GPON Gigabit-Capable Passive Optical Network

FTP File Transfer Protocol


GE Gigabit Ethernet

GNE Gate Network Element


GUI Graphic User Interface

IP Internet Protocol
International Telecommunication Union-
ITU-T
Telecommunication Standardization Sector
NE Network Element
NEL Network Element Level
NML Network Management Layer

NMS Network Management System

OLT Optical Line Terminal

ONT Optical Network Terminal

ONU Optical Network Unit

SML Service Management Layer

SMS Service Management System

TCP Transfer Control Protocol


TL1 Transaction Language 1

TMN Telecommunications Management Network

UDP User Datagram Protocol

UPS Uninterrupted Power System

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