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How to Update SNMP / Netburner in Linux

Last Updated: Oct 26, 2016 09:57AM PDT
How to Update SNMP / Netburner in Linux



Instructions on how to Update the SNMP / Netburner on Linux
 
Requirements:
 
1.       Laptop
 
2.       Ethernet cable
 
3.       Java
 
4.       Internet connection
 
5.       Internet browser (i.e. Firefox or Google Chrome)
 
Procedures Overview
 
1.       Download file (.jar and .s19). See attached Autoupdate.jar  |  The .s19 file will be provided upon request
 
2.       Connect hardware
 
3.       Launch AutoUpdate.jar and load .s19 file
 
4.       Check / verify the update
 
Download  Files
 
1.       Start your Internet Browser ( Google Chrome or FireFox).
 
2.       Download the AutoupdateJar(Feeny).zip, see attached.  The .s19 file will be provided upon request. Save  AutoupdateJar(Feeny).zip to the Downloads folder.
 
3.       Look for AutoupdateJar(Feeny).zip and extract it.  To run the AutoUpdate.jar it requires the latest JAVA.
 
4.       Open a terminal.  Check that JAVA is working correctly by running the java –version command in the terminal.
 
 
 
 
 
Connecting the Hardware
 
1.       Connect Ethernet cable to Magma expansion unit and computer .
 
2.       Set your network connection so that you are able to ping the Express IO Manager.   The Magma SNMP / NetBurner has an IP address set to 192.168.1.10
 
3.       Verify your connection by pinging the IP address  192.168.1.10.  Run ping 192.168.1.10 command in the terminal.
 
 
 
Launch the AutoUpdate.jar
 
1.       Open a terminal. Type ls command in the terminal and look for the Downloads folder.
 
 2.       Go to the Downloads folder by typing  cd Downloads command in the terminal,  then type ls.  Look for  Autoupdate(Feeny).jar.
 
3.       Launch the AutoUpdate.jar software tool by typing  java –jar Autoupdate(Feeny).jar command in the terminal.   On Device IP, type or enter 192.168.1.10.  Click Browse, locate the “EB3450_x_x_x.APP.s19” file, and then click “Open”.  
 
4.       Check Reboot.  Click Update and the “Authentication login screen” will come up.  Login as “default” for UserName, magma for Password.  Click OK and it will commence loading the program.
 
 
5.       When done, it will show “100 Percent complete” and “Programming completed without Error”.
 
 
Check and verify the update
 
6.       Check and verify the version of  Express IO Manager if it is updated.
 
 Launch the Internet browser ( recommend to use Google Chrome or Firefox).
 
Enter the IP address in the URL 192.168.1.10, then press “ENTER”.
 
Authentication login comes up.   Enter “default” for User Name and magma for Password.
 
 
7.       The user will be directed to the MAGMA Express IO Manager default home webpage.  Check the Express I/O Manager located on the upper right corner of the page, it should see “Express I/O Manager 2.0.0”, and the 2.0.0 is software version.
 
 
Configure Network IPv4 network interface ( RedHat 7.0 and CentOS 6)
 
1.       Login  su  root , type your password.
 
 
2.       You need to disable your network manager prior to configuring your network IPv4 network interface.
 
3.        Check if your network manager is running by typing service NetworkManager status command in the terminal.
 
4.        If it is running, you need to stop it  by typing service NetworkManager stop command in the terminal, see screenshot below.
 
 
5.       Now, let’s start configuring your network IPv4.  Type cd /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts command in the terminal.  See screenshot below.
 
 
6.       Look for the Eth0 as your primary network adapter.  Type ls command in the terminal to view all list of available network devices.  In this case, ifcfg-eth0 is the primary network device.
 
 
7.       You need to edit the ifcfg-eth0 by  typing vi ifcfg-eth0 command in the terminal.
 
 
8.       Edit the NM_CONTROLLED=yes , change it to NM_CONTROLLED=no. Save it and exit.
 
 
9.       Now you need to launch the pseudo graphical user interface by typing  system-config-network-tui command in the terminal.
 
 
 10.    You should see this window coming up.  Select Device configuration and press enter.
 
 
11.    In this scenario, eth0 is the primary Network interface. Select eth0 and press enter.
 
 
12.    Network Configuration window comes up.
 
13.    Uncheck the box for Use DHCP.  Type 192.168.1.40 for Static IP.  Type 255.255.255.0 for Netmask.  Type 192.168.1.1 for Default gateway IP. See screenshot below.
   
14.    Select Ok and click it to save the settings.
 
 
15.    Select and hit Save
 
 
16.    Select and hit Save&Quit
 
 
17.    Go back to your terminal window and type ifconfig command, see if the IP address, Netmask and Gateway address are showing up.
 
 
18.    If the IP address, Netmask and Gateway IP address are not showing up you need to restart the service by typing service network restart command in the terminal.
 
 
19.    Type ifconfig command in the terminal to check the IP address, Netmask and Default gateway address.  Now the IP Address 192.168.1.40 is  enabled and running.
 
 
20.     Test it and see if you can access the Express I/O Manager by typing “ sudo xdg-open http://192.168.1.10 command in the terminal.   The authentication log-in should come up. Type “default” for user and “magma” as password.  You should be able to access Express IO  Manager. If this works, then you can now proceed in updating the Netburner / SNMP to the latest version.


 

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