UNUM Virtual Machine Configuration
In vCenter select the new Virtual Machine (VM), power it on and then launch the Remote Console.
- Login into the Remote Console as user “vcf” using password “changeme”. The UNUM Insight Analytics Flow setup script is named “UNUM_setup.sh” and is in the default folder of user “vcf”.
- Run the setup script: ./UNUM_setup.sh
UNUM Setup Script
Installation Setup Options
After the setup script launches the UNUM: Installation Setup menu is displayed along with the UNUM version number and Machine ID.
You may now configure the Host IP by selecting Option 1. Follow the on-screen instructions for entering the Host IP address.
UNUM Options Menu
UNUM - Configure Host IP
Please note the following usage information regarding the Ethernet adapters used by UNUM:
used for management, GUI (user interaction) and data collection via Netvisor REST.
used for internal system communication. Single UNUM VM instances REQUIRES an IP address for eth1 to be set before normal operation will begin. WARNING! If you change the IP address of eth1, in a cluster configuration, normal operation is disrupted. Please contact Pluribus Networks Technical Support if you need or want to change the eth1 address in a cluster configuration.
used for span, mirror destination for packet capture and can be used to connect a seed_switch / fabric on a separate network other than the web interface.
UNUM Ethernet Adapters Usage Table
After the Host IP address and other network settings are configured You set the Date, Time and Time Zone selecting Option 2.
A new screen is launched and using the available Options you set Date and Time or adjust the Time Zone by selecting Option 1 and Option 2.
Note: UNUM must be stopped to update Date, Time and Time Zone. If UNUM is running, select Option 4 from the Installation Setup menu before attempting to change or configure Date, Time or Time Zone. After making your changes, restart UNUM using Option 3 from the Installation Setup menu.
To perform an NTP Status Check use Option 3.
Option 0 returns you to the main menu.
UNUM Date & Time
UNUM Select Date & Time
UNUM Select Time Zone
As described above press any key to continue and select the desired geographical area.
UNUM Select Geographical Area
UNUM Select City or Region
After selecting the desired city of region Click <Ok> to return to the previous screen and select Option 0 to return to the main screen.
UNUM Time and Date Completed
The date, time and time zone settings are updated.
You press any key to continue and a full summary of the date, time and time zone entries are displayed along with additional information pertaining to daylight savings time.
UNUM Date, Time, Time Zone and DST Settings Summary
To perform an NTP status check select Option 3.
If UNUM is running and before attempting any configuration changes you must stop the services by selecting Option 4.
The Installation Setup screen displays the list of stopping services.
UNUM - Stop Services
If you have VMs configured as clusters for UNUM, the installation prompts you to stop the services on other VMs.
You must use the right SSH username and password, and this information should be the same for all nodes in the cluster.
UNUM - Prompt to Stop Other VM Services
Once UNUM is completely configured you must start the services by selecting Option 3.
The Installation Setup screen displays the list of starting services.
UNUM - Start Services
If you have stopped services on other VMs for UNUM, the Installation Setup wizard prompts you to start the services on other VMs.
Start Other VM Services
After all services are started point your browser to http://<your VM ip>/ to display the UNUM interface.
In the event of a server / VM reload, re-run the ‘UNUM_setup.sh’ script again first stopping services and then re-starting the services using Option 4 and Option 3.
The specific version zipped file must be saved and/or to /srv/docker/offline_images directory and be readily available to the installer.
After acknowledging Yes to continue you are prompted to enter the upgrade image file name. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the software upgrade.
Note: There is no rollback or undo procedure. You must re-install a previous version using Option 5.
Option 6: Tech Support which, if selected, archives all logs, configuration and system statistics, to the directory, /tmp.
This is useful if you are experiencing problems with UNUM and must contact Pluribus Networks Technical Support Team.
Option 6 - Tech Support
Option 7: Status, allows you to check the status of many of the running processes in UNUM.
Option 7 - Status Check
Option 8: Advanced Settings, provides you access to additional tools: Backup Configuration, Restore Configuration and Delete a Backup as well as setting extended logging features within UNUM for troubleshooting purposes.
Select Option 1 to backup your configuration.
Option 1 - Advanced Settings Backup Configuration
Select Option 2 to restore your configuration.
Select the desired backup file from the list of Available Backups and follow the on-screen instructions.
Note: UNUM will be restarted during the process.
Option 2 - Advanced Settings Restore Configuration
Option 2 - Advanced Settings Restore Process
Delete a Backup
To delete a configuration backup select Option 3 and follow the on-screen instructions.
Option 3 - Advanced Settings Delete Backup
Enable | Disable Debug Mode
To enable or disable the Debug Mode select Option 4.
When enabling or disabling extended logging follow the on-screen instruction to Stop and Start UNUM services.
Option 8 - Enable / Disable Debug Mode
Option 8 - Debug Mode Enabled
Note: The restart dialog includes the warning debug services are enabled.
Select Option 4 to disable the Debug mode and follow the on-screen instruction to Stop and Start UNUM services.
Option 8 - Debug Mode Disable
Option 8 - Debug Mode Disable Restart
Note: When Debug mode is disabled the restart dialog does not contain any reference to Debug mode.
The default community string is "vcfc".
When you add community strings via the UNUM SNMP Community dashboard you must enter the same string information here to receive SNMP Community information from a switch.
Option 9 - SNMP Community String Setup
Select Option 1 to display existing SNMP community strings.
Option 1 - Display SNMP Community Strings
Select Option 2 to add a new community string. Enter the name for the SNMP community string and press Enter.
Option 2 - Add SNMP Community Strings
Option 2 - New SNMP Community String
Select Option 3 to delete a community string entry and select the requisite number from the displayed list of community strings.
Option 3 - Delete SNMP Community String Entry