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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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IPv4 Route

IPv4 Route

The following sections describe the basic knowledge and configuration methods of IPv4 routing tables, IPv4 static routes, and global parameters.

IPv4 Routing Tables

A switch forwards packets by using a routing table. Each device saves a routing table. Each entry in the routing table contains an interface of the switch, and the device sends packets to the physical interfaces.

Context

You can query information about all routing tables through the Web system, including information about dynamic and static routing tables.

Procedure

  1. Choose IP Routing > IPv4 Route in the navigation tree to display the IPv4 Route page. Then click the IPv4 Routing Tables tab.
  2. Set the search criteria.
  3. Click Query to display all matching records.

IPv4 Static Route

Static routes are manually configured by network administrators. After static routes are configured, networks can communicate through these routes. However, the static routes cannot be automatically updated when one network fails. In this case, only administrators can update them.

Context

It is recommended that you specify the next hop address when configuring a static route on the switch. You need to specify the next hop; otherwise, the next hop cannot be determined because most physical interfaces of the switch are Ethernet interfaces of the broadcast type and one outbound interface can be associated with multiple next hop addresses. If the outbound interface is specified, you must specify the next hop address of the interface.

Procedure

  • Create an IPv4 static route.
    1. Choose IP Routing > IPv4 Route in the navigation tree to display the IPv4 Route page. Then click the IPv4 Static Route .
    2. Click Create to open the Create an IPv4 Static Route page, as shown in Figure 2-186.

      Figure 2-186  Create an IPv4 Static Route

      Table 2-110 describes the parameters on the Create an IPv4 Static Route page.

      Table 2-110  Create an IPv4 Static Route

      Parameter

      Description

      Destination

      Indicates the destination IP address or the destination network address of an IP packet, for example, 10.10.10.1. This parameter is mandatory.

      Mask

      Indicates the network mask that is used with the destination address to identify the address of the network segment where the destination host or router resides. The address of the network segment where the destination host or router resides can be calculated according to the AND operation on the destination address and network mask, for example, 255.255.0.0. This parameter is mandatory.

      Outbound interface

      Indicates the interface on a router from which IP packets are forwarded, for example, Vlanif10. This parameter is optional.

      Next hop address

      Indicates the next-hop router address that IP packets pass through, for example, 10.10.10.2. This parameter is mandatory

      Priority

      Indicates the priority of a route. Packets may reach the same destination address through multiple routes. These routes may be discovered by different routing protocols, or statically configured. The route with the highest priority (smallest value) is selected as the optimal route. This parameter is optional.

      Description

      Indicates the description of an IPv4 static route. This parameter is optional.

    3. Set parameters.
    4. Click OK.
  • Modify an IPv4 static route.
    1. Choose IP Routing > IPv4 Route in the navigation tree to display the IPv4 Route page. Then click the IPv4 Static Route tab.
    2. Click to open the Modify IPv4 Static Route page, as shown in Figure 2-187.

      Figure 2-187  Modify IPv4 Static Route

      NOTE:
      • Table 2-110 describes the parameters on the Modify IPv4 Static Route page.
      • The destination IP address and subnet mask cannot be changed.

    3. Set parameters.
    4. Click OK.
  • Delete an IPv4 static route.
    1. Choose IP Routing > IPv4 Route in the navigation tree to display the IPv4 Route page. Then click the IPv4 Static Route tab.
    2. Select a record that you want to delete and click Delete.

      NOTE:
      • To select a record, click the check box of the record.
      • To delete records in batches, click the check boxes of the records.

    3. Click OK.

Global Parameters

You can set and query global parameters of an IPv4 static route.

Context

NOTE:
By default, the priority of an IPv4 static route is 60. If the priority of an IPv4 static route is not specified, the default priority is used. If you change the default priority, the new default priority is valid for only new IPv4 static routes.

Procedure

  1. Choose IP Routing > IPv4 Route in the navigation tree to display the IPv4 Route page. Then click the Global Parameters tab, as shown in Figure 2-188.

    Figure 2-188  Global Parameters

    Table 2-111 describes the parameters on the Global Parameters page.

    Table 2-111  Global Parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    IPv4 static route priority

    Indicates the default priority of an IPv4 static route. The value ranges from 1 to 255. The value 1 indicates the highest priority and the value 255 indicates the lowest priority. The default value is 60.

  2. Set the parameters.
  3. Click Apply to complete the configuration.
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