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S1720GFR, S2700, S5700, and S6720 V200R010C00 Web-based Configuration Guide

This document describes the configuration and maintenance of device through the web network management system. The web network management system provides the functions of viewing device information and managing the entire system, interfaces, services, ACL, QoS, routes, security, and tools.
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SVF Quick Config (SVF)

SVF Quick Config (SVF)

This chapter describes how to configure SVF quickly.

SVF quick configuration is supported only in SVF mode.

Only the S5720HI, S6720EI, and S6720S-EI support SVF mode.

The S6720EI and S6720S-EI do not support AP Addition and AP User-Side Service.

SVF Enabling

This section describes how to configure a switch as the parent in an SVF system.

Procedure

  1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > SVF Enabling. The SVF Enabling page is displayed.
  2. Set Enable SVF to ON. The SVF Enabling page is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-46.

    Figure 1-46  SVF Enabling page

    Table 1-40 describes the parameters on the page.
    Table 1-40  Parameters on the SVF Enabling page

    Item

    Description

    Enable SVF

    Indicates whether to enable SVF on the parent:
    • ON: Enable SVF on the parent.
    • OFF: Disable SVF on the parent.

    Basic SVF Configuration

    Management VLAN ID

    Configures a management VLAN. The value defaults to 4090 and cannot be VLAN 1 or VLAN 4093.

    Management network scale

    Specifies the total number of ASs and APs. A value slightly larger than the actual value is recommended for capacity expansion.

    Management IP address/mask

    Configures a management IP address.

    AS access authentication

    Indicates whether to authenticate an AS when it attempts to connect to an SVF system:
    • ON: The AS needs to be authenticated.
    • OFF: The AS does not need to be authenticated.

    AP access authentication

    Configures the AP authentication mode:
    • Non-authentication
    • MAC address authentication
    • SN authentication

    Advance SVF Configuration

    AS forwarding mode

    Configures the forwarding mode:
    • Distributed: Local traffic of an AS is directly forwarded from the AS, and traffic between ASs is sent to the parent for forwarding.
    • Centralized: Both traffic forwarded by the local AS and traffic forwarded between ASs are sent to the parent for forwarding.

    Administrator in Independent Configuration Mode

    Creates the administrator and sets the password for AS login in independent configuration mode.

  3. Configure the parameters.
  4. Click Apply.
  5. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

AS Addition

This section describes how to add ASs to an SVF system and configure fabric-ports.

Procedure

  • Create AS fabric-ports.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AS Addition and click the Configure AS Fabric-Ports tab.
    2. Click Create and set AS fabric-port parameters, as shown in Figure 1-47.

      Figure 1-47  AS Fabric-Port tab

    3. Select values for AS Fabric-Port Resides On, AS Fabric-Port ID and AS Configuration Mode from the drop-down list. Click Manage to select member ports of the fabric-port.
    4. Click to complete the configuration.
  • Create AS fabric-ports in a batch.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AS Addition and click the Configure AS Fabric-Ports tab.
    2. Click Batch Import to enter the page for batch import of fabric-ports, as shown in Figure 1-48.

      Figure 1-48  Page for batch import of fabric-ports

    3. Click to download the fabric-port file profile locally and fill in the profile.
    4. Click to select the fabric-port file to be imported.
    5. Click Import to import the selected fabric-port file.
    6. Click Confirm to complete the configuration.
  • Delete AS fabric-ports.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AS Addition and click the Configure AS Fabric-Ports tab.
    2. Click Delete in the line where the AS fabric-port resides.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Add ASs.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AS Addition and click the Name ASs tab.
    2. Click Create and set AS parameters, as shown in Figure 1-49.

      Figure 1-49  AS Addition page

    3. Enter values for AS Name and AS Management MAC.
    4. Click Manage below AS Model. The Manage AS Model dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-50.

      Figure 1-50  Manage AS Model

    5. Select Product series and AS model.
    6. Click ON for AS stacking to preconfigure the AS stack ID.

      Select the slot ID and corresponding product model in the Slot ID-switch drop-down list box, and click .

    7. Click OK to complete the AS model configuration.
    8. Click to complete the configuration.
  • Add ASs in a batch.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AS Addition and click the Name ASs tab.
    2. Click Batch Import to enter the page for batch import of ASs, as shown in Figure 1-51.

      Figure 1-51  Page for batch import of ASs

    3. Click to download the AS file profile locally and fill in the profile.
    4. Click to select the AS file to be imported.
    5. Click Import to import the selected AS file.
    6. Click Confirm to complete the configuration.
  • Delete ASs.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AS Addition and click the Name ASs tab.
    2. Select the AS to be deleted and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

AS User-Side Service

This section describes how to configure services for an AS user port group.

Procedure

  1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AS User-Side Service. The AS User-Side Service page is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-52.

    Figure 1-52  AS User-Side Service

  2. Click Create.
  3. In the displayed Add AS Port Group dialog box, set AS port group name, as shown in Figure 1-53.

    Figure 1-53  Add AS Port Group

  4. Click OK.
  5. Click the List of Member Ports tab to add member ports, as shown in Figure 1-54.

    Figure 1-54  List of Member Ports

    1. Click Add.
    2. Select the AS name on the Add AS Port page, as shown in Figure 1-55.

      Figure 1-55  Add AS Port page

    3. Click Add All or Add Selected to add AS ports as required.
    4. Click Back after completing the configuration.
  6. Click the Service Configuration tab to configure services.

    Table 1-41  Icons on the Service Configuration tab

    Icon

    Description

    Select: allows you to select parameter.

    Create: allows you to configure parameters.

    Modify: allows you to modify parameters.

    Delete: allows you to delete currently configured parameters.

    • Set Connection type to User-defined, as shown in Figure 1-56.
      Figure 1-56  User-defined

      1. Click next to Default VLAN. The Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-57.
        Figure 1-57  Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration

        Table 1-42 describes the parameters in the Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box.
        Table 1-42  Parameters in the Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box

        Item

        Description

        VLAN ID

        Indicates a VLAN ID. The value ranges from 1 to 4094.

        Gateway location

        Sets Gateway location to Parent or Other.

        VLANIF (IP/mask)

        Specifies the IP address and mask of the gateway.

        ARP proxy on default VLANIF

        Indicates whether to enable ARP proxy on a VLANIF interface:
        • ON: Enable ARP proxy.
        • OFF: Disable ARP proxy.
        NOTE:

        In centralized forwarding, ARP proxy must be enabled on a VLANIF interface.

        User IP allocated by

        Specifies the user IP address allocation mode:
        • Parent
        • Remote server

        Remote server address

        Specifies the IP address of a remote server. After setting an IP address, click to add it to the following list.

        NOTE:

        This parameter is displayed when User IP allocated by is set to Remote server.

      2. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      3. Click next to Voice VLAN. The Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-57.

        Table 1-42 describes the parameters in the Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box.

      4. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      5. Enter a VLAN ID for transparent transmission.
      6. Click next to Network Enhanced Profile. The Add Network Enhanced Profile dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-58.
        Figure 1-58  Add Network Enhanced Profile

        Table 1-43 describes the parameters in the Add Network Enhanced Profile dialog box.
        Table 1-43  Parameters in the Add Enhanced Service Profile dialog box

        Item

        Description

        Profile name

        Specifies the enhanced service template name.

        Port group authentication

        Specifies the port group authentication status:
        • Enabled
        • Disabled

        Unicast suppression (pps)

        Sets the maximum unknown unicast traffic allowed on an interface. The value ranges from 0 to 1488100.

        Broadcast suppression (pps)

        Sets the maximum broadcast traffic allowed on an interface. The value ranges from 0 to 1488100.

        Multicast suppression (pps)

        Sets the maximum multicast traffic allowed on an interface. The value ranges from 0 to 1488100.

        All traffic suppression (kbps)

        Sets the maximum traffic allowed on an interface. The value ranges from 64 to 10000000.

        DHCP Snooping

        Indicates whether to enable DHCP snooping:
        • ON: Enable DHCP snooping.
        • OFF: Disable DHCP snooping.

        IPSG

        Indicates whether to enable IP source guard:
        • ON: Enable IP source guard.
        • OFF: Disable IP source guard.

        DAI

        Indicates whether to enable ARP inspection:
        • ON: Enable ARP inspection.
        • OFF: Disable ARP inspection.

        Edge Port

        Indicates whether to enable the edge port function on an interface:
        • ON: Enable the edge port function.
        • OFF: Disable the edge port function.

        Priority Trust

        Indicates whether to configure the priority trust function on an interface:
        • ON: Enable the priority trust function.
        • OFF: Disable the priority trust function.
      7. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      8. Click next to User Access Profile. The Add User Access Profile dialog box is displayed.
        • Set User authentication to Non-authentication, as shown in Figure 1-59.
          Figure 1-59  Creating a user access profile: non-authentication

          Table 1-44 describes the parameters on the page.
          Table 1-44  Creating a user access profile: non-authentication

          Item

          Description

          Profile name

          Specifies the name of a user access control template.

          Access user limit

          Sets the maximum number of access users. The value ranges from 0 to 4096.

          ARP packet rate limit (kbps)

          Sets the rate limit of incoming ARP packets on an interface. The value ranges from 8 to 128.

          DHCP packet rate limit (kbps)

          Sets the rate limit of incoming DHCP packets on an interface. The value ranges from 8 to 128.

        • Set User authentication to Local authentication, as shown in Figure 1-60.
          Figure 1-60  Creating a user access profile: local authentication

          Table 1-45 describes the parameters on the page.
          Table 1-45  Creating a user access profile: local authentication

          Item

          Description

          Profile name

          Specifies the name of a user access control template.

          Access user limit

          Sets the maximum number of access users. The value ranges from 1 to 512.

          User Name

          Creates the local user name.

          Password

          Creates the local password.

          Confirm password

          Confirms the local password.

          Access mode

          Sets the user access authentication mode. You can select one or multiple of the following authentication modes:

          • MAC: MAC address authentication
          • 802.1X: 802.1x authentication
          • Portal: Portal authentication

          Portal Server

          When Access mode includes Portal, the following parameters are valid:

          Portal server name

          Specifies the name of a Portal server template.

          URL

          Sets a URL for a Portal server. The URL identifies the Portal server's website that can be visited by Portal authentication users.

          Portal server IP

          Configures an IP address for the Portal server.

          Port number

          Configures a destination port number for the device to send packets to the Portal server.

          The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 65535.

          Shared key

          Configures a shared key used by the device to exchange information with the Portal server.

          The value is a string of 1 to 16 characters.

          Confirm shared key

          Confirms the shared key used by the device to exchange information with the Portal server.

        • Set User authentication to RADIUS authentication, as shown in Figure 1-61.
          Figure 1-61  Creating a user access profile: remote RADIUS authentication

          Table 1-46 describes the parameters on the page.
          Table 1-46  Creating a user access profile: remote RADIUS authentication

          Item

          Description

          Profile name

          Specifies the name of a user access control template.

          Access user limit

          Sets the maximum number of access users. The value ranges from 1 to 512.

          Server IP

          Specifies the IP address of a RADIUS authentication server.

          Port number

          Specifies the port number of the RADIUS authentication server.

          The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 65535.

          Shared key

          Specifies the RADIUS shared key.

          The value is a string of 1 to 128 characters.

          Confirm shared key

          Configures the RADIUS shared key.

          Access mode

          Sets the user access authentication mode. You can select one or multiple of the following authentication modes:

          • MAC: MAC address authentication
          • 802.1X: 802.1x authentication
          • Portal: Portal authentication

          Portal Server

          When Access mode includes Portal, the following parameters are valid:

          Portal server name

          Specifies the name of a Portal server template.

          URL

          Sets a URL for a Portal server. The URL identifies the Portal server's website that can be visited by Portal authentication users.

          Portal server IP

          Configures an IP address for the Portal server.

          NOTE:
          When an S5720HI functions as parent, you can specify multiple IP addresses for the portal server. For the operation method, seeExternal Portal Server.

          Port number

          Configures a destination port number for the device to send packets to the Portal server.

          The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 65535.

          Shared key

          Configures a shared key used by the device to exchange information with the Portal server.

          The value is a string of 1 to 16 characters.

          Confirm shared key

          Confirms the shared key used by the device to exchange information with the Portal server.

      9. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      10. Click Apply to complete the configuration.
    • Set Connection type to Connect to PC, as shown in Figure 1-62.
      Figure 1-62  Connect to PC

      1. Click next to Default VLAN. The Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-57.

        Table 1-42 describes the parameters in the Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box.

      2. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      3. Click next to Network Enhanced Profile. The Add Network Enhanced Profile dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-58.

        Table 1-43 describes the parameters in the Add Network Enhanced Profile dialog box.

      4. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      5. Click next to User Access Profile. The Add User Access Profile dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-59, Figure 1-60, or Figure 1-61.

        Table 1-44, Table 1-45, or Table 1-46 describes the parameters on the page.

      6. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      7. Click Apply to complete the configuration.
    • Set Connection type to Connect to IP Phone, as shown in Figure 1-63.
      Figure 1-63  Connect to IP Phone

      1. Click next to Default VLAN. The Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-57.

        Table 1-42 describes the parameters in the Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box.

      2. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      3. Click next to Voice VLAN. The Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-57.

        Table 1-42 describes the parameters in the Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration dialog box.

      4. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      5. Click next to Network Enhanced Profile. The Add Network Enhanced Profile dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-58.

        Table 1-43 describes the parameters in the Add Network Enhanced Profile dialog box.

      6. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      7. Click next to User Access Profile. The Add User Access Profile dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-59, Figure 1-60, or Figure 1-61.

        Table 1-44, Table 1-45, or Table 1-46 describes the parameters on the page.

      8. Configure the parameters and click OK.
      9. Click Apply to complete the configuration.

Follow-up Procedure

Delete an AS user port group.

  1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AS User-Side Service. The AS User-Side Service page is displayed.
  2. Select the AS user port group name to be deleted.
  3. Click Delete.
  4. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

AP Addition

Procedure

  • Configure ports that connect ASs to APs.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AP Addition. Click the Configure Ports Connected to APs tab.

      Figure 1-64  Configuring ports that connect ASs to an AP

    2. Set AS Name to the added ASs and click Add All or Add Selected. All ports connecting the ASs to the AP are added in the list.
    3. Expand Pass VLAN. Set VLAN ID for the ports and click Apply. VLANs are configured for the ports.
  • Configure APs.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AP Addition. Click the Configure APs tab.

      Figure 1-65  Configuring APs

    2. Click Create to manually add APs one by one or batch import APs offline. For details, see AP Info.
    3. Select APs in the list and click Delete. The APs are deleted.

AP User-Side Service

Procedure

  1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > AP User-Side Service. The Service Settings tab is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-66.

    Figure 1-66  Service Settings tab

  2. Click Create in the AP Group List pane. In the Create AP Group dialog box that is displayed, set AP group name and click OK.
  3. Create an SSID in an AP group.
    1. Click the Service Settings tab and set service parameters.
    2. Click Create. Set SSID parameters on the page that is displayed. For description of the parameters, see Table 1-47, Table 1-48, Table 1-49, and Table 1-50.



      Table 1-47  Basic SSID parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      SSID

      SSID name.

      Forwarding mode

      Data forwarding mode of the corresponding AP.

      Radio

      Radio to which a VAP is applied.

      WLAN ID

      VAP corresponding to the SSID.

      Table 1-48  VLAN and gateway parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Service VLAN ID

      Service VLAN bound to the VAP mapping the SSID.
      • Click and select a service VLAN in the displayed Select window.
      • Click and create a service VLAN in the displayed Add VLAN and Gateway Configuration window.
      • Click and modify the existing service VLAN in the displayed Update VLAN And Gateway Configuration window.

      Gateway location

      Whether the Parent functions as the gateway.

      VLANIF (IP/mask)

      IP address of the VLANIF interface on the Parent, serving as the user gateway IP address.

      User IP allocated by

      Whether the IP addresses of STAs are obtained from the Parent or the server when the Parent functions as the gateway.

      Remote server address

      IP address of the remote server when it allocates IP addresses to STAs.

      This parameter is displayed when User IP allocated by is set to Remote server.

      Table 1-49  SSID security parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Security Settings

      Security policy used on a wireless network.

      • High: WPA-WPA2 802.1X
      • Medium: WPA-WPA2 PSK
      • Low: OPEN

      Encryption mode

      Encryption mode of a security policy,

      which is valid only when Security Settings is set to High or Medium.

      Key type

      Key format of a security policy,

      which is valid only when Security Settings is set to Medium.

      Key/Confirm key

      Encryption key of a security policy,

      which is valid only when Security Settings is set to Medium.

      Table 1-50  SSID authentication parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Authentication mode

      Authentication mode used by an STA that accesses a wireless network using the SSID.

      Server IP

      IP address of an external RADIUS server,

      which is valid only when Authentication mode is set to External RADIUS.

      Port number

      Port number of an external RADIUS server,

      which is valid only when Authentication mode is set to External RADIUS.

      Shared key/Confirm shared key

      Shared key of an external RADIUS server,

      which is valid only when Authentication mode is set to External RADIUS.

      Access mode

      Access mode of an external RADIUS server,

      which is valid only when Authentication mode is set to Local authentication or External RADIUS.

      External Portal Server

      External Portal server, which is valid only when Access mode is set to External Portal Server.

      • Server name: name of an external Portal server
      • URL: interface URL of an external Portal server
      • Server IP: IP address of an external Portal server
      • Port number: port number of an external Portal server
      • Shared key/Confirm shared key: shared key of an external Portal server

      Built-in Portal Server

      Built-in Portal server, which is valid only when Access mode is set to Built-in Portal Server.

      • Server IP: IP address of a built-in Portal server
      • Port number: port number of a built-in Portal server
      • SSL policy: SSL policy used by a built-in Portal server

        Click to select the required SSL policy.

      MAC-prioritized

      If this option is selected, a MAC access profile is bound.

      This option is valid only when Access mode is set to External Portal Server or Built-in Portal Server.

    3. Click OK.
  4. Add an SSID to an AP group.
    1. Click the Service Settings tab and set service parameters.
    2. Click Add. Set SSID parameters on the page that is displayed. For description of the parameters, see Table 1-51.



      Table 1-51  SSID parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Select SSID

      SSID that has been created in another AP group.

      Radio

      Radio associated with the SSID.

      WLAN ID

      VAP associated with the SSID.

    3. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  5. Remove an SSID from an AP group.
    1. Click the Service Settings tab and set service parameters.
    2. Select the SSID that you want to remove and click Remove.
    3. Click OK in the displayed window.
  6. Add existing APs to an AP group.

    You can manually set parameters on the web page to add existing APs to an AP group.

    1. Click the AP List tab and configure APs.
    2. Click Add. On the page that is displayed, set Mode to Select existing APs.



    3. Select APs from the list below, and click OK.
  7. Manually add APs to an AP group.

    This operation allows you to manually add a maximum of 10 APs offline to an AP group.

    1. Click the AP List tab and configure APs.
    2. Click Add. On the page that is displayed, set Mode to Manually add.



    3. Configure AP parameters. For description of the parameters, see Table 1-52.

      Table 1-52  Parameters for manually adding an AP

      Parameter

      Description

      Keyword

      AP authentication mode:

      • AP MAC: The AP authentication mode is MAC address authentication.
      • AP SN: The AP authentication mode is SN authentication.

      AP MAC

      MAC address of the new AP. This parameter is mandatory.

      AP ID

      ID of the new AP.

      This parameter is mandatory when Keyword is set to AP SN.

      AP type

      Type of the new AP.

      AP SN

      Serial number of the AP.

      This parameter is mandatory when Keyword is set to AP SN.

      NOTE:

      You can click to add a maximum of 10 APs manually.

    4. Click OK.
  8. Import APs using a template.

    This operation allows you to manually add multiple APs offline to an AP group.

    NOTE:

    If AP authentication mode is set to SN authentication, ensure that the AP SNs have been configured when importing APs offline.

    1. Click the AP List tab and configure APs.
    2. Click Add. On the page that is displayed, set Mode to Batch import.



    3. Click to download the batch import template to your local computer.
    4. Use the network planning and optimization tool to plan the network parameters and export the planned parameters to the AP information template. Table 1-53 describes the parameters of the AP information template.

      NOTE:

      If you download an AP information template of the Chinese web system under an English Windows operating system (OS), the Chinese characters in the AP information template cannot be displayed. You can choose Start > All Programs > Microsoft Office > Microsoft Office Tools > Microsoft Office 2003 Language Settings in the Windows OS (take Microsoft Office 2003 as an example) and set Primary Editing Language to Chinese(PRC) on the Editing Language tab. After completing the setting, restart the Microsoft Office Excel and open the AP information template. The Chinese characters in the template will be displayed normally.

      Table 1-53  Parameters of the AP information template

      Parameter

      Description

      AP ID

      AP ID. If an AP is imported not for the first time and the MAC address of the AP is not specified, the AP ID is mandatory; otherwise, the AP ID is optional.

      AP Name

      AP name. This parameter is optional.

      AP Type

      AP type. This parameter is optional.

      AP MAC

      MAC address of an AP. If the AP authentication mode is MAC address authentication, AP MAC must be set when the AP is imported for the first time or the AP ID is not specified.

      AP SN

      AP SN. If the AP authentication mode is SN authentication, AP SN must be set when the AP is imported for the first time.

      AP Group

      AP group. This parameter is optional.

      Radio ID

      Radio ID of the AP. This parameter is optional. If you set Channel, Band Width, or Power, Radio ID must be set.

      Channel

      Radio channel of the AP. This parameter is optional. If you set this parameter, Band Width and Radio ID must be set.

      Band Width

      Radio bandwidth of the AP. This parameter is optional. If you set this parameter, Channel and Radio ID must be set.

      Power

      Radio power of the AP. This parameter is optional. If you set this parameter, Radio ID must be set.

    5. Click to select the batch import template, then click Import.
    6. Click OK.

Network-Side Service

This section describes how to configure services to allow users to access external networks.

Procedure

  • Create network side VLANs and IP addresses.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > Network-Side Service and click the Network-Side VLAN and IP tab.
    2. Click Create and set parameters, as shown in Figure 1-67.

      Figure 1-67  Network-Side VLAN and IP tab

    3. Set VLAN ID and VLANIF IP Address/Mask, select OSPF Status, and click Manage to select Member Interfaces and set Function Description.
    4. Click to complete the configuration.
  • Delete network-side VLANs and IP addresses.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > Network-Side Service and click the Network-Side VLAN and IP tab.
    2. Select the network-side VLAN and IP address to be deleted and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Create routes.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > Network-Side Service and click the Route tab, as shown in Figure 1-68.

      Figure 1-68  Route

    2. Click Create. The Create Static Route page is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-69.

      Figure 1-69  Create Static Route

      Table 1-54 describes the parameters on the page.
      Table 1-54  Parameters on the Create Static Route

      Item

      Description

      Destination IP

      Identifies the destination IP address or destination network of IP packets, for example, 10.10.10.1.

      Subnet mask

      Used with a destination IP address to identify the address of the network segment where the destination host or device resides. The address of the network segment where the destination host or device resides can be calculated according to the AND operation on the destination address and network mask, for example, 255.255.0.0.

      Next hop address

      Indicates the next-hop destination address or destination network of IP packets, for example, 10.10.10.2.

      NOTE:

      Either the next hop or outbound interface must be specified.

      Outbound interface

      Indicates through which interface IP packets will be forwarded.

      Priority

      Indicates the route priority. There may be multiple routes to the same destination. These routes may be dynamic routes discovered by different routing protocols or static routes manually configured. A route with the highest priority (the smallest value) becomes the optimal route.

      Description

      Indicates the description of a created route.

    3. Configure the parameters.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Delete routes.
    1. Choose Configuration > SVF Quick Config > Network-Side Service and click the Route tab.
    2. Select the route to be deleted and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
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