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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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Understanding the Web System Client User Interface

Understanding the Web System Client User Interface

The following sections help you understand the web system client user interface and improve your operation efficiency.

Window Layout

This section describes the window layout of and basic operations on the web system.

A typical operation user interface of the web system is shown in the following figure. Figure 1-20 shows the operation user interface.

Figure 1-20  Operation user interface

Table 1-9  Window layout
Number Description
1 Function area. The web system of the EasyOperation edition provides five functions: Monitoring, Configuration, Diagnosis, Maintenance, and Network.
2 Navigation tree. The navigation tree lists available configuration items.
3 Status display and operation area. The current status of devices is displayed in this area, and you can perform the operations such as creation, deletion, modification, loading, and searching in this area.
4

CLI switching area. The CLI window can be invoked in this area and users can manage and maintain devices by running commands in the window.

If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting must be set to Enable or Prompt. Choose Tools > Internet Options > Security, click Custom level, and set Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting to Enable or Prompt. Internet Explorer 8.0 is used in this example.

Navigation Tree

This section describes submenus and their functions provided by the web system of the EasyOperation edition.

The web system of the EasyOperation edition consists of five areas: Monitoring, Configuration, Diagnosis, Maintenance, and Network, and provides the following functions: device status overview, interface management, VLAN, DHCP, system management, service management, diagnosis tool, and network deployment.

Table 1-10 lists submenus in the four areas and describes their functions.

NOTE:

The menus and submenus described in this section are used for reference only because the menus of different switch models have slight differences.

Table 1-10  Description of the web system menus

Menu

Submenu

Description

Monitoring

Summary (Standalone)

Display the device panel, system description, switch status, top 5 bandwidth usage, logs, and alarms.

Summary (SVF)

Display SVF brief information and switch status.

User

Display access user information.

Topology (SVF)

Display level-1 AS topology.

Wired Service (SVF)

Display information about AS and user port group.

Wireless Service

Radio

Display radio distribution and information.

AP

Display AP distribution, AP statistics, and wired port statistics.

SSID

Display SSID and VAP.

Mesh&WDS

Display mesh links and WDS bridge information.

Potential Risk

Display the STAs receiving poor signals and related radio information.

WIDS

Display detection information about wireless devices and attacked devices.

Spectrum Analysis

Provide spectrum analysis.

Configuration

Quick Config

Quickly configure switching and routing modes.

SVF Quick Config (SVF)

SVF Enabling

Configure a standalone switch as the parent.

AS Addition

Add ASs to an SVF and configure Fabric-Port.

AS User-Side Service

Configure services on AS user port group.

AP Addition

Add APs to an SVF.

AP User-Side Service

Configure AP services.

Network-Side Service

Allow users to access the external network.

Advanced SVF Config (SVF)

AS Access Mgmt

Add AS blacklist and whitelist and an AS group to an SVF system.

AS Port Group

Add an AS port group to an SVF system.

AS Profile Mgmt

Add AS profiles to an SVF system.

AS Direct Config

Configure ASs on the parent directly.

Basic Services

Interface Settings

Interface configuration includes the following configuration pages: View Configuration, Connect to PC, Connect to IP Phone, Connect to Switch, Connect to Router, Enable/Disable Interface, Port Loopback Test, and Detect Link.

PoE

Provide PoE management.

VLAN

Configure and query VLANs, Modify VLANs, and Delete VLANs.

DHCP

Configure and query DHCP address pool on VLANIF interface, and DHCP relay.

MAC

Query MAC/IP address table, Configure static MAC address entries, Configure static secure MAC address, Configure blackhole MAC address entries, and Delete MAC address entries function.

LBDT

Configure the loopback detection function.

ACL

Configure interface ACLs and VLAN ACLs to filter packets.

User Access Control

Configure Authentication Configuration, Portal Server, and Access Configuration to provide security management on the network.

STP

Configure the STP function.

LLDP

Configure the LLDP function.

Security Services

ACL Config

Configure ACLs.

ACL Reference

Reference ACLs.

AAA

Configure AAA.

AAA Service App

Apply AAA.

AAA Profile Mgmt

Provide AAA profile management.

Fast WLAN Config (Standalone)

AC

Configure network connections and allow APs to go online.

AP

Configure WLAN service and allow STAs to go online.

Mesh

Configure the mesh network.

Wireless Services

AC Config

Set CAPWAP parameters and configure radio calibration.

AP Group

Configure AP groups and static load balancing.

AP Config

Add and manage APs.

Profile

Configure the WLAN profiles.

Diagnosis

Intelligent Diagnosis

Enable intelligent diagnosis for switches, APs, and STAs on WLAN.

Diagnostic Tools

Provide switch maintenance and diagnosis tools.

Maintenance

System Maintenance

License

Load license files and display license status.

Restart (Standalone)/Reboot (SVF)

Restart the switch.

Upgrade

Upgrade the system software.

Patch

Upload, install, and uninstall patches.

Log

Display the latest 300 logs.

Alarm

Display the latest 300 alarms.

Administrator

Manage web users.

System

Manage the system, including files, system time, system information, and factory settings recovery.

SNMP

Configure the SNMP agent function.

Electronic Label

Display elabel information on the switch.

AS Interface (SVF)

Display AS interface information.

AP Maintenance

AP Upgrade

Upgrade APs.

AP Restart

Restart APs.

Log

Manage AP logs.

Account

Manage AP accounts.

Network (Standalone)

Role Configuration

Determine the role of a device before configuring EasyDeploy on the device.

Summary

Displays network topology information and saves the network topology on the device.

Deployment

Deploy unconfigured devices, replace faulty devices, and perform batch upgrade based on the network topology.

Batch Configuration

Perform batch configuration on the devices by delivering command line scripts to the specified devices.

Power Consumption

Displays power consumption of all the devices on the entire network and of each device.

Buttons

This section describes common buttons on the web system that can be used to facilitate operations on the web.

Table 1-11 lists the buttons and describes their functions.

Table 1-11  Button description

Button

Function

Save the configuration.

Delete a selected data record.

Indicates whether a function is enabled. ON indicates enabled and OFF indicates disabled. You can switch this button to change the status.

Submit the entered configurations and confirm system display information.

NOTE:

If you click Apply on a pop-up dialog box, the dialog box is not closed.

Create an item on the current page.

Create items in a batch on the current page.

Search for a value of the current item.

Refresh the current page.

Clear all records on the current page.

GUI Elements

This section describes the elements that you usually use on the web system GUI.

Table 1-12 lists the elements that you usually use on the web system GUI.

NOTE:

The GUI elements described in this section are used for reference only because the GUI elements of different switch models have slight differences.

Table 1-12  GUI elements

Name

Element

Button

On/off switch

Option button

Check box

Tab

Text box

Browse box

Group box

Drop-down list box

Menu

Sort button

Default:

Descending:

Ascending:

Time setting

Mandatory option

Interface panel



CLI switching



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