Basic Nokia Router Configuration

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How to Configure a Nokia Service Router?

Command Line Interface (CLI) is the interface that we can configure, manage and maintenance router operations manually. Each Network Engineer works with Command Line Interface (CLI) in daily configuration activities.In this lesson, we will learn Basic Nokia Router Configuration.


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So, how can we access CLI of Nokia 7750 SR and Nokia 7450 ESS devices. We can access to the CLI of an Nokia 7750 SR and Nokia 7450 ESS with three way. These are:

In-band Ports (access ports on MDAs)
Console Port (DB-9 Serial Port)
CPM Ethernet Port (Management Port)

By the way, for the serial connection the default setting are like below:

Baud Rate: 115 200
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop Bits: 1
Flow Control: None

Before using Nokia 7750 SR and Nokia 7450 ESS devices, soma bc management configurations must be done on Nokia 7750 SR and Nokia 7450 ESS devices. Now, let’s talk about these basic management configurations.

Bof Configuration

Firstly, we will enter the “bof config” with “bof” command. Then we will configure the primary address of the router. This is 10.0.0.1 for this example. Then, we will set the speed value.

ABC# bof 
ABC >bof# address 10.0.0.1/24 primary 
ABC >bof# speed 100 ABC 

After that, we can set the location of primary-image file and primary-config file. Image file is the software image and the config file is the configuration of our device.

ABC >bof# primary-image cf3:/TIMOS.2.5.R1 
ABC >bof# primary-config cf3:/srnrsi.cfg
ABC >bof# save

Lastly we saved the configuration. The save command is “bof safe”, not normal save. Because we are also under bof, it is enough to say save only.

We can show the bof file content with “show bof” command.

SRNRSI-A # show bof
==========================================================================
BOF (Memory)
==========================================================================
	Primary-image	cf:\4.0.R9
Primary-config 	cf:\srNRS1Router.cfg
Adress 10.0.0.1 active
Autonegotiate
Duplex		Full
Speed		100
Wait		3
Persist		On
Console-Speed	115200
==========================================================================

Basic Nokia Router Configuration

In CLI, to configure someting we need to enter “Config Mode”. To do this we can use “configure” command. Let’s start our configuration.

System Name Configuration

Every router has a name. This name is generally has a standard name that shows router’s position in the network. Service Providers use very good naming hierarcy. Here, our router’s name is ABC.Let’s change this name as SRNRSI-A.

ABC > configure
ABC >config# system name ABC
SRNRSI-A >config# save

Password Change

Passwords are the common and the first step of device security. To change our admin password, we need to use “password” command. After this commanf we will enter the previous password as security step and then we can determine the new password.

SRNRSI-A # password
Enter current password :
Enter new password :
Re-enter new password :

Card and MDA Configuration

In Nokia, all the Cards and MDAs need to be introduced to the system. This is called Card and MDA provisionning. When you say “show card”, you can see the “equipped card-type” and you need to set your Card’s provisioned type like this type. This is also true for MDAs. You need to provision your MDA too. Firstly your located MDA will be seen as “equipped mda-type” if you check your MDAs with “show mda” command.

SRNRSI-A # show card 1
==========================================================================
Card 1
==========================================================================
Slot 	Provisioned 	Equipped 	Admin 	Operational
Card-type 	Card-type 	State 	State
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 	 		iom-20g-b 	down 	down
==========================================================================

Let’s start with provisionning a Card. Here we need to mention the slot number. For here it is 1.

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