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Cisco NCS 2002 and NCS 2006 Control Card and Node ConfigurationCisco NCS 2002 and NCS 2006 Control Card and Node Configuration
Guide, Release 10.x.xGuide, Release 10.x.x

First Published:First Published: November 25, 2013

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NTP-G27 Setting Up the Node for Firewall AccessNTP-G27 Setting Up the Node for Firewall Access
This procedure provisions NCS nodes and CTC computers for access through

firewalls.

PurposePurpose

IIOP listener port number provided by your LAN or firewall administrator Tools/EquipmentTools/Equipment

• NTP-G22 Verifying Common Card Installation, on page 24

• DLP-G46 Log into CTC

PrerequisiPrerequisite te ProceduresProcedures

As neededRequired/ARequired/As s NeededNeeded

Onsite or remoteOnsite/RemoteOnsite/Remote

Provisioning or higher Security LevelSecurity Level

ProcedureProcedure

Step 1Step 1 Log into a node that is behind the firewall. If you are already logged in, continue with Step 2.

Step 2Step 2 If the node is in a protected network and the CTC computer is in an external network, complete the DLP-G61
Provisioning the IIOP Listener Port on the NCS, on page 53.

The following figure shows nodes in a protected network and the CTC computer in an external network. For

the computer to access the nodes, you must provision the IIOP listener port specified by your firewall

administrator on the node.

Figure 7: Nodes Behind a Firewall Figure 7: Nodes Behind a Firewall

Step 3Step 3 If the CTC computer resides behind a firewall, complete the DLP-G62 Provisioning the IIOP Listener Port
on the CTC Computer , on page 54.

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Managing the ShelfManaging the Shelf

NTP-G27 Setting Up the Node NTP-G27 Setting Up the Node for Firewall Accessfor Firewall Access

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The following figure shows a CTC computer and node behind firewalls. For the computer to access the node,

you must provision the IIOP port on the CTC computer and on the node.

Figure 8: CTC Computer and Nodes Residing Behind Firewalls Figure 8: CTC Computer and Nodes Residing Behind Firewalls

Stop. You have completed this Stop. You have completed this procedure.procedure.

NTP-G28 Creating FTP HostNTP-G28 Creating FTP Host

This procedure provisions an FTP Host that you can use to perform database
backup and restore or software download to an End Network Element (ENE)

when proxy or firewall is enabled.

PurposePurpose

NoneTools/EquipmentTools/Equipment

• NTP-G26 Setting Up CTC Network Access, on page 35

• NTP-G27 Setting Up the Node for Firewall Access, on page 51

• DLP-G46 Log into CTC

PrerequisitPrerequisite e ProceduresProcedures

As neededRequired/As NeededRequired/As Needed

Onsite or remoteOnsite/RemoteOnsite/Remote

Superuser Security LevelSecurity Level

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NTP-G28 Creating FTP HostNTP-G28 Creating FTP Host

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OSI (continued)
primary area address 6262,, 6363

provisioning additional manual area addresses 6363

provisioning routers 6262

provisioning routing mode 5656

See also TARP [OSI 5858

zzz] 5858

tunneling. See IP-over-CLNS tunnel 6565

and secure mode 6464

OSPF 4646
setting up or changing 4646

PP

passive units 7575,, 7676,, 7777

adding 7575,, 7777

deleting 7676

passwords 3030,, 3131

creating new user 3030,, 3131

power 3434

setting power monitor thresholds 3434

PPMs 6969

provisioning using the NE Update file 6969

preferences, designating the SOCKS servers 3939

preventing IP address display in CTC 3737
protocols 3232,, 3333,, 3838

DHCP 3838

NTP 3333

SNTP 3232

provisionable patchcord 4444

functionality when Secure mode is enabled 4444

provisioning 2727,, 3333,, 3535,, 4646,, 5353,, 6262,, 6363,, 6666,, 9393

multishelf nodes 2727

network settings from the LCD 3535

node date 3333

NSAP addresses in IP-over-CLNS tunnels 6666

OSC terminations 9393

OSI manual area addresses 6363

OSI routers 6262

secure mode 5353

subnet mask in a static route 4646

time zone 3333
Provisioning user. See security 3030

proxy server 3636,, 3838,, 4444

configuring SOCKS settings for secure mode 4444

provisioning settings 3636

provisioning SOCKS 3838

RR

repeater mode 3737

provisioning IP settings 3737

RIP 4949

SS

secure mode 3737,, 4444,, 5353,, 6464
provisioning 5353

and OSI 6464

provisionable patchcord functionality 4444

provisioning IP settings 3737

security 2929,, 3131,, 4444

assigning user security level 3131

assigning in CTC 2929

PPCs when Secure mode enabled 4444

setting 3434

battery power monitor thresholds 3434

setting up 2828,, 3232,, 3535,, 4646,, 5151,, 9898

CTC network access 3535

firewall access 5151

name, date, time, and contact information 3232

OSPF 4646

subtending shelf in a multishelf node 2828,, 9898

SOCKS 3939

designating the SOCKS server 3939

static route 4545,, 4949

creating 4545

RIP prerequisite 4949

subnet mask 3737,, 4646,, 4848

OSPF area range table 4848

provisioning in a static route 4646

provisioning subnet mask length during network setup 3737

subtending shelf 28,28, 9898

setting up in multishelf nodes 2828,, 9898

suppressing 3737

LCD IP address display 3737

TT

TARP 6060,, 6161

adding a static TID-to-NSAP entry to the TDC 6060

adding MAT entry 6161

TARP data cache. See TARP 5555

TCC2 card 1010

database back up 1010

soft reset 1010

time zone 3333

provisioning 3333

timed out. See idle time 3131

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timing 3333

setting node clock 3333

TNC card 1111,, 1515,, 1616

configuring UDC and VoIP 1616

installing 1111

provisioning PPM and port 1515

UU
users 2929,, 3030

creating on a single node 2929

creating on multiple nodes 3030

VV

variable optical attenuator. See VOA 9595

verifying 2222,, 7777

Cisco TransportPlanner reports and files 2222

internal patchcords 7777

viewing 3737

MAC address 3737

virtual link table (OSPF) 4848

VOA 9595
running ANS 9595

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XML file 6666

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