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TDM & Router - beginner level

Router 6471
Router 6471
TDM 1001
TDM 1001
Use Putty or Tera term (preferred Putty)
USB to Console Cable ( for login )
Change some parameter in Putty as below ;
New Router integration
Disable Auto integration:(Y/N) chose Y
Wait for initial boot
Please input filed support name
Now for filed support name : _ admin
For password : Ericsson123
Finally confirm the password: Ericsson123
Now ready for login
User name : _ admin
Password :
First step /Insert the Script that
received from Korek or During ATP
1-Copy the data of script from ( config ) till last line in the script (
Below sample script for site Sarqala DY2816
2- Paste it in the Putty and wait till finish
3- The script downloaded successfully when the system host name of the script appeared on the Router
system hostname R6K_DY2816
Second step / Install SW
1- USB flash contain the SW with out folder /Name of upgrade folder is (CXP9034055_1-R8C) as below ;
Insert below step by step
1-Open session
save configuration /flash/ericsson.cfg
2-Go to the configuration mode
3-Enable the USB media port
system usb-port
4- End the USB port configuration to be ready for SW download
5-Check that the USB Media Flash was successfully mounted by changing directory to the
/media/flash using the command:
cd /media/flash
Note: If the message shows that: External media is not available. Perform mount command:
mount /media/flash
Mounted external media on /media/flash dir
6-transfers the SW file from the USB Media Flash to the alternate partition of the Router
release create upgrade-package file://media/flash/CXP9034055_1-R8C
6-Start downloading the upgrade package .
release download upgrade-package 1
7-Verify Upgrade package process
release verify upgrade-package 1
8-Upgrade package process
release upgrade upgrade-package 1
9-Confirm package process
release confirm upgrade-package 1
10-Check the SW release
show release upgrade-package
11- set the configuration
12-close USB port
no system usb-port
13-End the SW installation session
14- Save current configuration
save configuration /flash/ericsson.cfg
Restart the Router
Use the command ; reload
Deleting the Script
start shell
sudo rm ericsson.*
// do not forget
Activating USB port
#config (inter configuration mode)
#system usb-port (activating USB port)
#commit (execute previous command immediately)
Internal flash & External flash (USB Flash)
Hint1: To show the flash contains(External or internal), the router must be out of config mode
Hint2: we cannot read the flash if the USB port not defined
#cd /flash (internal flash of router is now used)
#dir (showing the contents of internal flash of router)
#cd /media/flash (external flash-USB-now used)
#dir (showing the contents of USB flash)
*configurations stored in internal flash of router in a file named (ericsson.cfg) ,so we will try to copy this file to USB flash as a
#copy /flash/ericsson.cfg /media/flash/ericsson_xxxx.cfg (copying the configuration file from internal flash to USB flash)
Hint: “xxxx” represent the site code
*now to restore the router ,we should have configuration file (ericsson_xxxx.cfg) stored in USB flash (without folder) ,so we have to move it to
internal flash of router then force the router to boot using it.
#copy /media/flash/ericsson_xxxx.cfg /flash/ericsson.cfg (copy the configuration file (ericsson_xxx.cfg)from USB flash to internal flash of
router)./ must be as initial file name in internal flash “ericsson.cfg”
#boot configuration ericsson.cfg (instruct the router to boot next time (after a restart) using this new configuration file)
#end (exit configuration mode)
#reload (restart the router)
you will requested to choose yes or no ,we should choose no because if we choose yes ,then router will boot using same old configuration file.
then we should choose yes and the router will boot with new configuration file.
Some Command
Tests whether the host is reachable.
ping mpls ldp
Initiates a Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) ping across a Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) Label-Switched Path
ping mpls pw
Tests the status of a pseudowire.
ping mpls rsvp
Initiates an MPLS ping across a Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) LSP.
show bindings summary
show chassis
Displays summary information for the specified Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVCs) on the system.
Displays chassis information and the cards that are installed and configured.
show context all Displays a list of configured contexts.
show crashfiles
Displays the size, location, and name of crash files on the system.
show hardware Displays information about the system hardware. For more information about troubleshooting hardware and
interpreting alarms, seethe appropriate hardware guide.
show history
Displays the command history for the current session.
show ip route summary
show log
Displays summary information for all IP routes.
Displays information about system event logs or a previously saved log file.
show memory
Displays statistics about the available and allocated memory in the system memory partition, which is useful for
determining if the system is running low on available memory.
show port
Displays the ports that are present or configured in the system.
show process
Displays the current status of one or all processes running on the system
show rmon {alarms|events} Displays Remote Monitoring (RMON) information.
show system alarm
Displays system-level, card-level, port-level, channel-level, or subchannel-level alarms.
Traces the IP route that packets take when traveling to the specified destination.
traceroute mpls
Initiates an MPLS trace across an RSVP LSP or an LDP LSP.
show release upgrade-package
to learn release details / more details
show release
to learn release details
show hardware thermal
to learn temp.
show hardware fantray
check fan
show version
version type
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