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Getting Started

This chapter describes the typical tasks you should complete to start using the Cisco 12000/10720
Router Manager application. See
This chapter provides the following information:
Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Workflow
Figure 3-1
Manager application.
OL-4455-01
Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Workflow
Starting Cisco EMF and Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager
Deployment
outlines the steps involved in installing, configuring and using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router
Figure 3-1 on page 3-2
for further details.
Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide
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  • Page 1: Getting Started

    Getting Started This chapter describes the typical tasks you should complete to start using the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application. See This chapter provides the following information: Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Workflow • Starting Cisco EMF and Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager •...
  • Page 2 Enter username and password Perform Subchassis discovery Review deployment and check for alarms Chassis Module Management Management Fault Management Change Management Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Layer 3 QoS Interface Management Connections VLAN Sub-interface Chapter 3 Getting Started OL-4455-01...
  • Page 3: Starting A Cisco Emf User Session

    Framework (Cisco EMF). It is important to understand how Cisco EMF works before you use the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application (refer to the Cisco Element Management Framework User Guide for further details). Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager automatically starts when you start a Cisco EMF user session.
  • Page 4 Starting Cisco EMF and Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager The Login window (see Figure 3-2 Login Window Enter a valid user name and password. Step 2 Click Ok to proceed. Step 3 When an unknown user name or password is entered, an error is displayed. Click Ok, then enter a valid user name and password.
  • Page 5: Launching An Application

    If an application is already open, it appears in the Windows list. Click Window and choose the Note application you require from the drop down menu. OL-4455-01 Starting Cisco EMF and Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Figure 3-3) represent the standard Cisco EMF tools. Groups icon - Launches the Object Group Manager...
  • Page 6: Map Viewer (Viewer)

    MapViewer allows complete flexibility in viewing, building, and monitoring your network using graphical representations of network elements. MapViewer is the primary entry point into the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager. When the MapViewer application is launched, a window appears corresponding to the highlighted map icon in the hierarchy pane.
  • Page 7: Notification Profiles

    Event Groups is opened from the Launchpad. Refer to the Cisco Element Management Framework User Guide Release 3.2 for further details on the Event Groups application. OL-4455-01 Starting Cisco EMF and Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide...
  • Page 8: Quitting A Cisco Emf User Session

    Cisco EMF session. Deployment The first step toward managing a Cisco 12000/10720 Router is to deploy or pre-deploy the physical objects that you want to manage. Deploying a physical object creates a representative object in Cisco EMF and as a result, makes the Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager application aware of the physical object’s presence.
  • Page 9: Deployment Process Outline

    Manually Deploying and10720 chassis • Pre-deployment Deployment Process Outline Producing a manageable Cisco 12000/10720 Router chassis in Cisco EMF is a three-stage process (see Figure 3-4). OL-4455-01 “Deploying an SVC Object” section on page 12-22 “Deploying a PVC Object” section on page 12-18 Modules—Includes deploying line cards for 12000 Series router chassis...
  • Page 10: Manually Deploying A Generic Site Object

    Cisco 12000/10720 Router chassis, line cards and interfaces contained within the chassis. See “Manually Deploying a Generic Site Object” section on page 3-10 The second deployment stage is at the chassis level. The Cisco 12000/10720 Router chassis can be auto discovered or manually deployed. See page 3-19 further details.
  • Page 11 OL-4455-01 Deployment Templates Available IP Device Region SNMP Agent SNMP MIB-2 Agent SNMP Proxied Device Site Figure 3-6) displaying a list of available Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Deployment 3-11...
  • Page 12 3-6) shows the deployment profile for a Site object is selected. The Deployment Wizard steps through a series of windows that prompt you for the information required to deploy the Site object. Step 5 Click Forward. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-12 Chapter 3 Getting Started...
  • Page 13 Deployment Wizard - Object Parameters Window (1 of 2) Step 6 Enter the number of Sites required. A single site was entered in this example. Step 7 Click Forward. OL-4455-01 Figure 3-7). Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Deployment 3-13...
  • Page 14 Deployment Wizard - Object Parameters Window (2 of 2) Enter a Site name. Each Site must have a unique name. In this example the site is called Site-srp. Step 8 Click Forward. Step 9 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-14 Chapter 3 Getting Started OL-4455-01...
  • Page 15 Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment The Deployment Wizard - Views window appears. Figure 3-9 Deployment Wizard—Views Window Click Select, to select a physical view. Step 10 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-15 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 16 Select the object where you wish to place the Site object. Step 11 Click Apply. The Deployment Wizard - Views window re-appears with the selection displayed. Step 12 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-16 Chapter 3 Getting Started...
  • Page 17 You are prompted to repeat Steps 8 to 13 if you are deploying more than one Site. Note The Deployment - Wizard Summary window appears. The Summary window provides details of the object you are about to deploy. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-17 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 18 Deployment Wizard - Summary window. The new Site object (that is, Site-srp) is created and displayed in the Map Viewer window. Figure 3-13 Example Showing the Newly Deployed Site-srp Object Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-18 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 19: Ip Auto Discovery Of The Cisco Chassis

    A map of the chassis is also created, as shown in page 3-26. If you wish to auto-discover a chassis that can be managed by Cisco 12000/10720 Router Note Manager, then the Physical Path option must be enabled and an appropriate Physical Path (terminated with a Site) must be selected.
  • Page 20 Figure 3-14 Example of Auto Discovery Manually Deploying a Cisco 12000/10720 Chassis It is recommended that you ping the Cisco 12000/10720 Router you intend to deploy to ensure the device can be contacted. To deploy a chassis, proceed as follows:...
  • Page 21 Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Figure 3-15 Deployment Wizard—Object Parameters (1 of 3) Step 2 Enter the number of chassis objects you want to deploy. Click Forward. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-21 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 22 Enter the following information: Step 3 12000 Chassis Name—Type in a name (including prefix and suffix) for the chassis you are deploying. A default prefix appears (for example, “12008”). You can delete this prefix and use your own, or you can keep it and add your own suffix.
  • Page 23 Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Figure 3-17 Deployment Wizard—Views Click on Select. The Object Selector window appears. Step 5 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-23 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 24 Choose the site under which you want to deploy the chassis. Click Apply. The Deployment Step 6 Wizard-Views window is displayed with the selected Site object. Figure 3-19 Deployment Wizard—Views Step 7 Click Forward. A Deployment Wizard Summary window is displayed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-24 Chapter 3 Getting Started OL-4455-01...
  • Page 25 To perform subchassis discovery, see • page 3-26 If you wish to continue deploying individual modules, proceed to the • Modules” section on page OL-4455-01 “Commissioning and Subchassis Discovery” section on 3-30. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Deployment “Manually Deploying 3-25...
  • Page 26: Commissioning And Subchassis Discovery

    ATM connection objects (ATM PVC objects only) and initiates heartbeat polling that allows alarms to be raised on the chassis and all the physical objects within the chassis. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-26 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 27: Commissioning A Chassis

    It is recommended that the Cisco IOS Username and Passwords are set correctly before proceeding. Step 1 Right click on the Site object that contains the chassis you wish to commission, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>Chassis>Configuration. The Chassis Configuration window appears. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-27 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 28 Deployment Figure 3-22 Chassis Configuration Window Choose the Chassis you want to commission from the list box at left of the window. Cisco 12000/10720 Step 2 Router Manager allows you to select and commission multiple chassis simultaneously. To select a contiguous block of chassis, click on the first chassis; then, without releasing the Note mouse button, drag to the last desired entry and release.
  • Page 29 However, icons representing the physical objects appear in the Component Managed view. Figure 3-23 After Subchassis Discovery After commissioning a chassis you can configure and manage the chassis objects. See Note “Managing Chassis,” OL-4455-01 for further details. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Deployment Chapter 4, 3-29...
  • Page 30: Decommissioning A Chassis

    (such as polling) stops on the chassis and on all objects within the chassis. To decommission a chassis, proceed as follows: Step 1 Right click on the chassis you want to decommission, then choose Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Configuration>Chassis>Configuration. The Chassis Configuration window appears (see Step 2 Choose the Chassis you want to decommission in the Chassis list box at left of the window.
  • Page 31: User Named Vs. Auto Named Module Deployment

    To deploy a GRP, proceed as follows: Right-click on the slot within the chassis where you want the GRP to be deployed, then choose Step 1 Deployment>Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Module>RP>GRP. The Deployment Wizard appears. OL-4455-01 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide...
  • Page 32 Named Module Deployment” section on page 3-31 deployment. Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard - Object Parameters window appears. Step 3 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-32 Chapter 3 “User Named vs. Auto for further information on auto vs. user named...
  • Page 33 Caution deployment fails, if a module is deployed with a name that already exists in the EM. Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard - Views window appears. Two Cisco 12000/10720 Router Step 5 Manager views are displayed at the left side of the Deployment Wizard - Views window (that is, Physical and ComponentManaged).
  • Page 34 Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Figure 3-26 Deployment Wizard—Views Click Select. The Object Selector window appears. Step 6 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-34 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 35 Navigate through the hierarchy and choose the chassis that the GRP will be deployed within. Grayed out Step 7 objects are not available for selection. Click Apply. The Deployment Wizard - Views window re-appears with the location where the object will Step 8 be placed. OL-4455-01 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Deployment 3-35...
  • Page 36 You are prompted to repeat steps 6 to 8 if you are deploying more than one GRP card. Note Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard-Summary window appears. Step 10 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-36 Chapter 3 Getting Started...
  • Page 37 Cancel to stop deployment. Two objects are deployed when deploying each GRP card: the GRP module object itself, and the Note Ethernet interface object, representing the Ethernet interface on the GRP. OL-4455-01 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Deployment 3-37...
  • Page 38: Manually Deploying Line Cards

    Deployment Manually Deploying Line Cards The Cisco 12000 Series Router chassis supports six types of technology specific line cards (ATM, POS, Ethernet, SRP, DS-3 and Modular Ethernet). See Line Cards Supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers Table 3-2 displays a list of the ATM line cards supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers.
  • Page 39 Chapter 3 Getting Started Table 3-3 POS Line Cards Supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers (continued) Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Card Type Menu Option pos-8oc3-mm POS > OC-3 8 Port > E4 MM pos-8oc3-ir POS > OC-3 8 Port > E4 SM pos-8oc3-lr POS >...
  • Page 40 Deployment Table 3-3 POS Line Cards Supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers (continued) Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Card Type Menu Option pos-en-qoc48-sm-lr-sc POS > Enhanced OC-48 4 > E4 LR-SC pos-en-qoc48-sm-lr-fc POS > Enhanced OC-48 4 > E4 LR-FC gsr-e-qoc48-sm-sr-sc POS >...
  • Page 41 POS > ISE > OC-48 1> SR gsr-e48-pos-oc48-sm-lr POS > ISE > OC-48 1> LR Table 3-4 displays a list of the Ethernet line cards supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers. Table 3-4 Ethernet Line Cards Supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager...
  • Page 42 Deployment Table 3-5 displays a list of the DS-3 line cards supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers. Table 3-5 DS-3 Line Cards Supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers Card Type copper-6ds3 copper-12ds3 Table 3-6 displays a list of the E3 line cards supported by Cisco 12000 Series Routers.
  • Page 43 OC-48c POS/SRP SM Long Reach (80Km) uplink card Card Description 24 port fast Ethernet TX access card 24 port fast Ethernet FX MM (2km) access card 24 port fast Ethernet FX SM (15km) access card Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Deployment 3-43...
  • Page 44 Right click on the chassis object under which you want to deploy the line card, then choose Step 1 Deployment>Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>Module>ATM or POS or Ethernet or DS-3, then choose the exact type of line card to be deployed (for example, OC-3 4 Port or OC12 1 Port). Now, choose the exact variant (for example, SM, or MM) if applicable.
  • Page 45 Deployment will fail (at the Finish point later on) if you try to deploy a module in a slot that is already occupied. Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard - Views window appears. Two Cisco 12000/10720 Router Step 6 Manager views are displayed at the left side of the Deployment Wizard - Views window (that is, Physical and ComponentManaged).
  • Page 46 Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Figure 3-32 Deployment Wizard—Views Click Select to choose where you wish to place the object within the view. The Object Selector window Step 7 appears. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-46 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 47 Once you have highlighted your selection, click Apply. The Deployment Wizard - Views window Step 9 re-appears with the location where the object will be placed. OL-4455-01 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Deployment 3-47...
  • Page 48 Repeat Steps 7 to 9 to place the object in each of the Physical and ComponentManaged views. Step 10 Click Forward. Step 11 You are prompted to repeat steps 4 through 11 if you are deploying multiple line cards. Note Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-48 Chapter 3 Getting Started OL-4455-01...
  • Page 49 For example, if you have deployed an OC-3 4 port line card, 5 objects are deployed in total. The five objects are four interfaces and the actual line card. OL-4455-01 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Deployment 3-49...
  • Page 50: Manually Deploying Supporting Modules

    The AC power supply, fan tray and blower modules can only be discovered during subchassis discovery Note (that is, they cannot be manually deployed). The Cisco 12000 Series Router chassis supports the following CSC and SFC line cards. See for further details. Table 3-10 Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager Supported CSC and SFC Line Cards...
  • Page 51 Click Select to choose where you wish to place the object within the view. Click on the + sign to expand Step 2 the view if required. The Object Selector window appears. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-51 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 52 + sign to expand the view if required. Click Apply. The Deployment Wizard - Views window re-appears with the location where the object will Step 4 be placed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-52 Chapter 3 Getting Started...
  • Page 53 Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Figure 3-38 Deployment Wizard—Views Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard—Summary window appears. Step 5 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-53 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 54 Figure 3-39 Deployment Wizard—Summary The deployment summary details appear in the Deployment Summary window. If the information is Step 6 correct, click Finish. If the information is incorrect, click Cancel to stop deployment. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-54 OL-4455-01...
  • Page 55 To deploy a switch fabric card (SFC), proceed as follows: Right click on the chassis you want to deploy the switch fabric card under, then choose the correct SFC Step 1 card from the service menu Deployment>Cisco 12000/10720 Manager>12008>Module>SFC. The Deployment Wizard—Views window appears. Figure 3-40 Deployment Wizard—Views Click Select to choose where you wish to place the object within the view.
  • Page 56 Choose where you wish to place the object within the view. Click on the + sign to expand the view if Step 3 required. Click Apply. The Deployment Wizard - Views window re-appears with the location where the object will Step 4 be placed. Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-56 Chapter 3 Getting Started OL-4455-01...
  • Page 57 Figure 3-42 Deployment Wizard—Views Repeat Steps 2 to 4 to place the object in each of the Physical and ComponentManaged views. Step 5 Click Forward. The Deployment Wizard—Summary window appears. Step 6 OL-4455-01 Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide Deployment 3-57...
  • Page 58 Finish. If the information is incorrect, click Cancel to stop deployment. Pre-deployment Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager objects can be manually pre-deployed before the equipment arrives on-site. The following objects can be pre-deployed in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager: Cisco 12000/10720 Router chassis •...
  • Page 59: Performing Pre-Deployment

    Manually deploy the POS line cards. POS interfaces are deployed simultaneously. See Deploying Line Cards” section on page 3-38 Now you have pre-deployed and thus created representative objects in Cisco 12000/10720 Router Manager for your expected hardware, modules, and interfaces. All of these objects will be in the Decommissioned state.
  • Page 60 Chapter 3 Getting Started Deployment Cisco 12000/10700 v3.1.1 Router Manager User Guide 3-60 OL-4455-01...

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