remote-ports GigabitEthernet 0/1/0-7 (ASR903 interface used as a remote port)
satellite 200 (Satellite number)
type asr903 (Satellite type)
serial-number XXXXXXXXXXX (ASR903 chassis serial number)
description ASR903 Satellite
ipv4 address 10.10.10.200 (Satellite-side IP address used for internal communications with Satellite)
Settings on the ASR903 side
On the ASR903 side, it is not necessary to set the configuration, but ASR903 needs to be booted with the image dedicated to ASR903 nV, which is contained in nV PIE installed on the ASR9000 side.Further, use the console connection for this setting.
(1) Preparing an image for Satellite setting
To download an image from the ASR9000 side, it is necessary to establish the nV ICL. So download the ASR903 Satellite image from CCO and save it in bootflash:.
File name example: "asr903rsp1_sat-universalk9_npe.03.08.00.S.153-1.S.bin"
Image for setting
Directory of bootflash:/
25 -rw- 225655140 Jan 23 2013 09:36:51 +00:00 asr903rsp1_sat-universalk9_npe.03.08.00.S.153-1.S.bin
(2) Booting with the image for Satellite setting
Change the Config-register value to 0x2042 to modify the boot image.
no boot system
boot system bootflash:asr903rsp1_sat-universalk9_npe.03.08.00.S.153-1.S.bin
Then reload and enable it.
(3) Changing the host name and confirming nV ICL establishment
When the ICL link to connect ASR903 with ASR9000 becomes UP, the nV ICL is configured and the host name is changed on the ASR903 side as indicated below.
From the ASR9000 side, it may be confirmed that nV is properly configured.
Check Satellite status
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:ASR9001#show nv satellite status brief satellite 200