How to start the T2000 Server?

You must start the T2000 server application for network management.
Prerequisite
The computer where the T2000 server is installed must be started correctly.
The OS of the computer where the T2000 server is installed must be working normally.
The T2000 license must be in the server directory. (The default path is C:\T2000\server.)
The SQL Server database is started up.

Procedure
Step 1 Double-click the T2000 Server icon on the desktop of the T2000 server. The Login dialogue box will be displayed in a few seconds.

Step 2 In the Login dialog box, enter values in the User Name and Password fields, and select a value for the Server field. For example, set User Name to admin and Password to T2000 (T2000 is the default password for the user account admin.) Select Local in the Server field.

Step 3 Click Login and wait. When Ems Server, Security Server, Topo Server, Schedulesrv Server, Toolkit Server, Syslog Agent and Database Server Process are in the Running state, the T2000 server is started successfully.

Step 4 Optional: If necessary, you can start Northbound Interface Module(iPASSAgent) Process, Northbound Interface Module(SNMP) Process, Naming Service and Notify Service
manually.
NOTE
If the System Monitor client has been started, users can restart the T2000 server in the System Monitor client. The following is the way to restart the T2000 server.
Choose System > Start Server from the Main Menu of the System Monitor client. When EMS Server, Security Server, Topo Server, Schedulesrv Server, Toolkit Server, Syslog Agent and Database Server Process are in the Running state, the T2000 server is started successfully.
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This article is about OptiX OSN 6800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Commissioning Guide

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