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Web-based Configuration Guide

S7700 and S9700 V200R011C10

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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AC

AC

Context

An AC manages APs, controls WLAN user access, and guarantees security. APs can communicate with the AC only after the basic AC attributes are configured.

Procedure

  1. Choose Configuration > Fast WLAN Config > AC. The AC quick configuration page is displayed.
  2. Configure a network interface.
    1. Click the name of the target network interface on the 1. Configure Ethernet Interface page.



    2. Configure the parameters in the displayed window. For description of the parameters, see Table 5-101.

      Table 5-101  Network interface parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Interface name

      Interface name.

      Default VLAN

      Default VLAN of the interface.

      Link type

      Link type of the interface.

      Added VLAN ID

      ID of the VLAN to which the interface belongs.

      NOTE:
      Enter the VLAN ID, click , and specify a mode (Tagged or Untagged) in the displayed window.

    3. Click OK.
    4. Click Next.
  3. Configure a virtual interface.
    1. Click Create on the 2. Configure Virtual Interface page.



    2. Configure the parameters in the displayed window. For description of the parameters, see Table 5-102.

      Table 5-102  Virtual interface parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Interface type

      Virtual interface type (VLANIF/Loopback).

      VLAN ID

      ID of the VLAN to be created, which is valid only when the interface type is VLANIF.

      Interface number

      Number of the interface through which traffic in the VLAN passes, which is valid only when the interface type is Loopback.

      Primary IP address/mask

      Primary IP address and subnet mask of the VLANIF interface.

    3. Click OK.
    4. Click Next.
  4. Configure a DHCP address pool.
    1. Click Create on the 3.Configure DHCP page.



    2. Configure the parameters in the displayed window. For description of the parameters, see Table 5-103 and Table 5-104.

      Table 5-103  Parameters for configuring a DHCP global address pool

      Parameter

      Description

      DHCP status

      Whether to enable the DHCP function globally.

      Address pool type

      DHCP address pool type (global address pool/interface address pool)

      Address pool name

      Name of the global address pool. The name is a string of 1 to 64 characters, including only numbers, letters, dots (.), hyphens (-), and underscores (_). A single hyphen (-) or multiple hyphens (--) alone cannot be used as an address pool name.

      Subnet address

      Available network segment addresses in a global address pool.

      Subnet mask

      Subnet mask of the IP address assigned to the DHCP client; namely, the subnet mask of the current interface. The gateway IP address and subnet mask together identify the range of an interface address pool.

      Vendor-defined

      User-defined option for the global IP pool. The options are as follows:
      • none: The user-defined option is not configured for the interface IP pool.
      • hex: Specifies the user-defined option code as a hexadecimal number.
      • sub-option: Specifies the value of the user-defined sub-options and configures the parameter of the sub-options.
        • ascii: Specifies the user-defined option code as an ASCII character string.
        • hex: Specifies the user-defined option code as a hexadecimal number.
        • ip-address: Specifies the user-defined option code as an IP address. One to eight IP addresses can be specified.

      Gateway IP

      Egress gateway IP address in a global address pool.

      • To add a gateway IP address, enter a gateway IP address and click . You can repeat this operation to add a maximum of eight gateway IP addresses.
      • To delete a gateway IP address, select a gateway IP address and click .

      Address pool interface

      Interface that can use addresses in the address pool. Users going online through this interface can obtain configuration information, such as IP addresses, from the global address pool.

      • To add an interface, select an interface and click . To add multiple interfaces, repeat this operation.
      • To delete an interface, select an interface and click .

      Not allocated IP

      IP address that will not be dynamically allocated to clients. When IP addresses are assigned to other servers such as DNS servers, the IP addresses cannot be assigned to DHCP clients. Specify these IP addresses as forbidden IP addresses. This operation avoids IP address conflicts and shortens the IP address detection time during IP address assignment, which improves DHCP efficiency. Perform the following operations to add or delete forbidden IP addresses:
      • Adding forbidden IP addresses: Set the start and end IP addresses and click . To add multiple forbidden IP addresses or IP address segments, repeat this operation.
      • Deleting forbidden IP addresses: Select the check boxes of forbidden IP addresses or select the check box next to Forbidden IP, and click .
      Table 5-104  Parameters for Configuring a DHCP interface address pool

      Parameter

      Description

      DHCP status

      Whether to enable the DHCP function globally.

      Address pool type

      DHCP address pool type (global address pool/interface address pool)

      Select Interface

      Interface of the DHCP server on which the address pool is configured. The IP addresses in the network segment to which the interface IP address belongs can be allocated.

      Interface IP address

      IP address of the current interface; namely, the gateway address of the DHCP client.

      Mask

      Subnet mask of the IP address assigned to the DHCP client; namely, the subnet mask of the current interface. The gateway IP address and subnet mask together identify the range of an interface address pool.

      Vendor-defined

      User-defined option for the global IP pool. The options are as follows:
      • none: The user-defined option is not configured for the interface IP pool.
      • hex: Specifies the user-defined option code as a hexadecimal number.
      • sub-option: Specifies the value of the user-defined sub-options and configures the parameter of the sub-options.
        • ascii: Specifies the user-defined option code as an ASCII character string.
        • hex: Specifies the user-defined option code as a hexadecimal number.
        • ip-address: Specifies the user-defined option code as an IP address. One to eight IP addresses can be specified.

      Not allocated IP

      IP address that will not be dynamically allocated to clients. When IP addresses are assigned to other servers such as DNS servers, the IP addresses cannot be assigned to DHCP clients. Specify these IP addresses as forbidden IP addresses. This operation avoids IP address conflicts and shortens the IP address detection time during IP address assignment, which improves DHCP efficiency. Perform the following operations to add or delete forbidden IP addresses:
      • Adding forbidden IP addresses: Set the start and end IP addresses and click . To add multiple forbidden IP addresses or IP address segments, repeat this operation.
      • Deleting forbidden IP addresses: Select the check boxes of forbidden IP addresses or select the check box next to Forbidden IP, and click .
      NOTE:

      Gateway IP and Not allocated IP must be in the address pool. To ensure correct configuration, the Subnet address and Subnet mask parameters of the global address pool and the Select Interface parameter of the interface address pool can be modified or selected only when Gateway IP and Not allocated IP are not configured.

    3. Click OK.
    4. Click Next.
  5. Configure an AC.
    1. Configure the parameters on the 4. Configure AC page. For description of the parameters, see Table 5-105.



      Table 5-105  AC parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      AC source address

      Source interface of an AC.

      NOTE:
      The selected source interface must have an IP address.

      AP authentication mode

      Mode in which the AC authenticates APs.

    2. Click Next.
  6. Check and confirm the settings on the 5. Confirm Settings page and click Finish.



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