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Configuring Content Staging and Replication Configuration on the CSS 11000 and 11500

Cisco - Configuring Content Staging and Replication Configuration on the CSS 11000 and 11500

Document ID: 12647

Updated: Jan 31, 2006

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Introduction

This document provides a sample configuration for content staging and replication on the Content Services Switch (CSS) 11000 and 11500.

Prerequisites

Requirements

There are no specific requirements for this document.

Components Used

This document is not restricted to specific software and hardware versions.

Conventions

For more information on document conventions, refer to the Cisco Technical Tips Conventions.

Configure

In this section, you are presented with the information to configure the features described in this document.

Configurations

This document uses this configuration.

CSS 11000
!Generated DEC 18 15:46:42
 # configure
        
      
*************************** GLOBAL ***************************
snmp community public read-write 


!--- Create an FTP record.


ftp-record Svr1-Pub 13.1.1.5 lab des-password egiaxcwbsflhrh6blgnd1fyfjglfyfvf 
/home/staging/replica/ 
ftp-record Svr2-Sub 13.1.1.6 lab des-password egiaxcwbsflhrh6blgnd1fyfjglfyfvf 
/home/staging/replica/ 

1.

!************************** CIRCUIT **************************
circuit VLAN1
      
ip address 13.1.1.99 255.0.0.0 
       
!************************** SERVICE **************************


!--- Create a service to be used as a publishing service. 

service Svr1-Pub 
ip address 13.1.1.5 


!--- Associate an FTP access mechanism with a service 
!--- for demand-based replication activities. 
!--- Issue the access ftp Svr1-Pub command 
!--- for each service that offers publishing services.


access ftp Svr1-Pub 
publisher 
active 
		

!--- Create a service to be used as a subscriber service.
 
service Svr2-Sub 
ip address 13.1.1.6 
access ftp Svr2-Sub 


!--- Issue the subscriber command to configure 
!--- a service as a subscriber to a publishing service.
 
        
subscriber Svr1-Pub 
active 
       
!*************************** OWNER ***************************
owner OWNER_1 
      
content Pub-Sub1 
vip address 1.2.3.4 


!--- Issue the add service command to 
!--- add the subscriber services to the content rule. 

add service Svr2-Sub 
protocol tcp 
port 80 


!--- Configure a URL in a content rule to define which files 
!--- you want replicated.

url "/*" 
active 
                


!--- Issue the replicate command to start 
!--- cause replication between a publisher and all associated 
!--- subscribers immediately. 

# replicate Svr1-Pub Svr2-Sub

Verify

This section provides information that you can use to verify that your configuration is working properly.

Issue the show publisher command to display the operational status of the publishing service and content information.

  • show publisher—Displays information about all configured publishing services.

  • show publisher publisher_name —Displays information about the specified publishing service.

  • show publisher publisher_name content {verbose} —Displays information about the content for the specified publishing service. Include the verbose option to display more detailed content information.

Issue the show subscriber command to display the operational status of the subscriber services.

  • show subscriber—Displays information about all configured subscriber services.

  • show subscriber publisher_name —Displays information about all subscriber services for the specified publishing service.

  • show publisher publisher_name subscriber_name —Displays information about the specified subscriber service for the specified publishing service.

Troubleshoot

There is currently no specific troubleshooting information available for this configuration.

Related Information

Updated: Jan 31, 2006
Document ID: 12647