Configuring BDCOM P3608-2TE

For the test, I’ll configure BDCOM P3608-2TE with firmware 10.1.0E build 46085.

I connected to the device with an original console cable at a speed of 9600, also the IP address 192.168.1.1 is assigned to the device by default, the login and password are the same – admin.

Switch to setup mode:

enable
config

Add the necessary VLANs:

vlan 207,226,228
exit
no interface vlan 1

Set up the Uplink port, out of habit I use the combo port GigaEthernet0/5:

interface GigaEthernet0/5
no shutdown
description UPLINK
switchport trunk vlan-allowed 207,226,228
switchport trunk vlan-untagged none
switchport mode trunk
dhcp snooping trust

You can create a profile for ONU auto-registration:

epon onu-config-template user1
cmd-sequence 001 epon onu port 1 ctc vlan mode tag 228
cmd-sequence 002 epon onu port 1 ctc loopback detect

Configure EPON ports, for example:

interface EPON0/1
description users
epon pre-config-template user1 binded-onu-llid 1-64
filter dhcp
switchport trunk vlan-allowed 226,228
switchport trunk vlan-untagged none
switchport mode trunk
switchport protected 1
exit

I used VLAN 207 for management, assign an IP address:

interface VLAN207
ip address 192.168.5.2 255.255.255.0
exit

Specify the default route so that you can connect to BDCOM from other networks:

ip route default 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.5.1

Create a list of IP addresses from which we later enable BDCOM control:

ip access-list standard MANAGEMENT
permit 192.168.2.2 255.255.255.255
permit 192.168.5.5 255.255.255.255
exit

Specify a list for telnet:

ip telnet access-class MANAGEMENT

Configure SNMP:

snmp-server community 0 public RO MANAGEMENT
snmp-server contact ixnfo
snmp-server location ixnfo

Specify the server for time synchronization:

time-zone Kyiv 2 0
ntp query-interval 3600
ntp server 192.168.2.2

Add an administrator:

aaa authentication login default local
aaa authentication enable default none
aaa authorization exec default local
username admin password 0 TEXT
enable password 0 TEXT
service password-encryption

Disable the HTTP server:

no ip http server

We exit the setup mode and save the configuration:

write all

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