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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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IP Management

IP Management

Management VLAN (mVLAN) allows you to use the VLANIF interface of the mVLAN to log in to the switch to manage devices in a centralized manner.

Context

To use a remote network management system (NMS) to manage devices in a centralized manner, configure a management IP address on the device. You can then log in to the device in STelnet mode and manage the device by using the management IP address. The management IP address can be configured on a management interface or VLANIF interface.

Generally, a VLANIF interface needs to be configured with only one management IP addresses. In specified scenarios, for example, users in the same mVLAN belong to multiple different network segments, you need to configure a primary management IP address and multiple secondary management IP addresses.

Management VLAN

After management VLAN is configured, you can log in to the switch through the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN to implement centralized management through NMS.

Context

To use a remote NMS to manage devices in a centralized manner, configure a management IP address on the device. You can then log in to the device in STelnet mode and manage the device by using the management IP address. The management IP address can be configured on a management interface or VLANIF interface.

Procedure

  • Create a management VLAN.
    1. Choose System Management > IP Management > Management VLAN to open the Management VLAN page, as shown in Figure 2-86.

      Figure 2-86  Management VLAN

      Table 2-46 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 2-46  Management VLAN

      Parameter

      Description

      VLAN ID

      Indicates the ID of the management VLAN.

      Description

      Indicates the description of the management of VLAN.

      Management Interface Name

      Indicates the name of the management interface.

      Interface Status

      Indicates the status of an interface, including enabled and disabled.

      Connection Status

      Indicates the connection status, including up and down.

    2. Click Create to open the Create Management VLAN page, as shown in Figure 2-87.

      Figure 2-87  Create Management VLAN

    3. Enter the VLAN ID and description.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Modify the management VLAN.
    1. Choose System Management > IP Management > Management VLAN to open the Management VLAN page.
    2. Click to open the Modify Management VLAN page, as shown in Figure 2-88.

      Figure 2-88  Modify Management VLAN

    3. Modify the description and click OK.
  • Delete the management VLAN.
    1. Choose System Management > IP Management > Management VLAN to open the Management VLAN page.
    2. Select the management VLAN and click Delete.
  • Update management VLAN information.
    1. Choose System Management > IP Management > Management VLAN to open the Management VLAN page.
    2. Click Refresh.
  • Display management VLAN information.
    1. Choose System Management > IP Management > Management VLAN to open the Management VLAN page.
    2. In the Query area, enter the VLAN ID and click Query.

IPv4

After an IPv4 address is assigned to the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN, the devices in the same network segment in management VLAN can communicate with each other.

Context

Generally, a VLANIF interface needs to be configured with only one management IP addresses. In specified scenarios, for example, users in the same mVLAN belong to multiple different network segments, you need to configure a primary management IP address and multiple secondary management IP addresses.

Procedure

  • Assign an IPv4 address to the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN.
    1. Choose System Management > IP Management > IPv4 to open the IPv4 page, as shown in Figure 2-89.

      Figure 2-89  IPv4

      Table 2-47 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 2-47  IPv4 address information about VLANIF interface of the management VLAN

      Parameter

      Description

      VLAN ID

      Indicates the ID of the management VLAN.

      IP Address

      Indicates the primary IP address assigned to the VLANIF interface of management VLAN.

      Mask

      Indicates the primary IP address mask assigned to the VLANIF interface of management VLAN.

    2. Click to open the Modify IPv4 page, as shown in Figure 2-90.

      Figure 2-90  Assigning an IPv4 address to the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN

      Table 2-48 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 2-48  Assigning an IPv4 address to the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN

      Parameter

      Description

      VLAN ID

      Indicates the ID of the management VLAN.

      Management Mode

      Indicates the method of assigning an IPv4 address to the VLANIF interface of management VLAN, including manual and dynamic.
      • To manually assign an IPv4 address to the VLANIF interface, enter the IPv4 address in the IPv4 address box.
      • To enable the VLANIF interface to obtain an IPv4 address dynamically, select Auto.

      Status

      Indicates the status of the VLANIF interface in the management VLAN, including enabled and disabled.

      IPv4 Address

      Indicates the primary IP address assigned to the VLANIF interface of management VLAN. This parameter is valid only when the management node is manual.

      Mask

      Indicates the IP address mask assigned to the VLANIF interface of management VLAN. This parameter is valid only when the management node is manual.

      Sub IP Address

      Indicates the secondary IP address assigned to the VLANIF interface of management VLAN. This parameter is valid only when the management node is manual.

      To configure a secondary IP address, click Add; to delete a secondary IP address, click Delete.

    3. Enter the IPv4 address for the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Update information about the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN.
    1. Choose System Management > IP Management > IPv4 to open the IPv4 page.
    2. Click Refresh.

IPv6

After an IPv6 address is assigned to the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN, the devices in the same network segment in management VLAN can communicate with each other.

Context

After an IPv6 address is assigned to the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN, the devices in the same network segment in management VLAN can communicate with each other.

Procedure

  • Enable the IPv6 function globally.
    1. Choose System Management > IP Management > IPv6 to open the IPv6 page, as shown in Figure 2-91.

      Figure 2-91  IPv6

      Table 2-49 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 2-49  IPv6 address information about VLANIF interface of the management VLAN

      Parameter

      Description

      VLAN ID

      Indicates the ID of the management VLAN.

      IPv6 Status

      Indicates whether the IPv6 function is enabled on the VLANIF interface of management VLAN.

      IPv6 Address

      Indicates the IPv6 address for the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN.

      EUI Address

      Indicates the EUI address for the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN.

      Local Link Address

      Indicates the local link address for the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN.

    2. Enable the global IPv6 function and click Apply.
  • Assigning an IPv6 address to the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN
    1. Choose System Management > IP Management > IPv6 to open the IPv6 page.
    2. Click to open the Modify IPv6 page, as shown in Figure 2-92.

      Figure 2-92  Assigning an IPv6 address to the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN

      Table 2-50 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 2-50  Assigning an IPv6 address to the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN

      Parameter

      Description

      VLAN ID

      Indicates the ID of the management VLAN.

      IPv6 Status

      Indicates whether the IPv6 function is enabled on the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN.

      IPv6 Address

      Indicates the IPv6 address assigned to the VLANIF interface of management VLAN, including IPv6 address, EUI address, and local link address.

      • To configure multiple IPv6 addresses, click Add; to delete an IPv6 address, click Delete.

      • Only one local link address can be configured.

      Prefix Length

      Indicates the IPv6 address prefix length on the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN.

    3. Enter the IPv6 address for the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Update information about the VLANIF interface of the management VLAN.
    1. Choose System Management > IP Management > IPv6 to open the IPv6 page.
    2. Click Refresh.
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