Friday, October 30, 2020

Extreme Switch - How to configure UPM


The ExtremeXOS Universal Port framework enables the switch to take actions based on events. Leveraging the ExtremeXOS CLI scripting capability, Universal Port activates profiles that enables automatic switch configuration in response to special events such as:
  • User login and logoff
  • Device connection to or disconnection from a port
  • Time of day
  • Event Management System (EMS) event messages


The primary component of the Universal Port feature is the profile, which is a special form of command script that runs when triggered by the events mentioned above.
Profiles execute commands and use variables as do the scripts described in Using CLI Scripting (Chapter 8 in the ExtremeXOS Concepts Guide). The primary difference is that a profile can be executed manually or automatically in response to switch events.

ExtremeXOS Universal Port Configuration Guide (PDF download)

ExtremeXOS Concepts Guide Software Version 15.4 (PDF download)

Please refer to Chapter 7: Universal Port (page 311).

Please watch the YouTube video below; you can learn about the UPM.

ExtremeXOS Universal Port Online Tutorial - Timer Profiles
https://youtu.be/n_PAVm7p5XQ (YouTube, 13:14)


✓ Basic Commands

▶ Create a upm profile
create upm profile profile-name

▶ Edit an existing profile.
edit upm profile profile-name

▶ Displaying upm timer
show upm timer

▶ Displaying Profile History
show upm history

▶ Disable/Enable upm profile
disable upm profile profile-name
enable upm profile profile-name

 

▶ Related article: Extreme Switch - EXOS CLI Scripting

▶ Reference links:
How to run a script everytime the switch boots
How to see the cause of UPM execution failure
Execution of CLI script fails if try to create UPM profile with that script.
UPM script doesn't apply configuration change after SummitStack reboots.


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