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Web-based Configuration Guide

AR650, AR1600, and AR6100 V300R003

This document describes how to configure and maintain your routers using the web platform.
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Device Information

Device Information

Background

You can view router information, including the real-time running status of a router.

Customized Display Mode

The web platform provides multiple windows to display router information. You can customize the status window display mode.
NOTE:

Router status varies according to models and configurations.

  1. Choose Device Information > Device Information to access the Device Information page, as shown in Figure 9-1.

    Figure 9-1  Device Information

  2. Click Item.

  3. Select status windows you want to view.

    The selected windows are displayed in the Device Information page.

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Device Panel Chart

You can view the router panel chart in the Device Panel Chart window. The router panel chart simulates the front and rear panels, and provides indicator and interface information, as shown in Figure 9-2.

Figure 9-2  Device Panel Chart

NOTE:

Indicators vary according to the router model and configuration.

Different indicator status indicates different status of an interface.
  • If the indicator is steady on, the interface is connected.

  • If the indicator is off, the interface is not connected.

When you move the cursor to an interface, information about this interface, including the interface name and status, is displayed.

Table 9-1 describes indicators on the router panel.

Table 9-1  Indicator description

Indicator

Color

Description

STATUS

Green

Steady on: The card is running properly

Off: The board is faulty or powered off.

PWR

Green

Steady on: The power module is running properly.

Off: The power module is faulty or not connected.

Device Status

You can view router resource information including the CPU usage, memory usage, flash memory usage, temperature, and fan operating status in the Device Status window, as shown in Figure 9-3.

Figure 9-3  Device Status

Device Information

You can view router information in the Device Information window, as shown in Figure 9-7.
  • Equipment model: router model.

  • Equipment name: router name. To change the router name, click Modify. When the page shown in Figure 9-4 is displayed, click OK.

    Figure 9-4  Changing the equipment name
  • Equipment serial number: sequence number of a router. Each router has a unique sequence number.

  • MAC address: MAC address of a router.

  • Current version: software version of the current system. To upgrade system software, click Upgrade to access the upgrade and maintenance > Restart Device page.

  • System software: name of system software.

  • Running patch: the patch that is running on the router.

  • Up time: how the router has been running.

  • Online administrator(s): number of administrators of the router you log in to. To view detailed information about administrators, click Details, as shown in Figure 9-5.

    Figure 9-5  Details about administrators

    To force a user offline, select Disconnect in the Operation column. When the page shown in Figure 9-6 is displayed, click OK.

    Figure 9-6  Forcing a user offline
Figure 9-7  Device Information

Card Information

You can view card information including the slot, card status, power-on status, registration status, and working status in the Card Information window, as shown in Figure 9-8.

Figure 9-8  Card Information

License Information

You can view license information in the License Information window, as shown in Figure 9-9.

Figure 9-9  License Information

You can click Configure to access the License Management page.

Service

You can view enabled or disabled services on the router in the Service window, including FTP, SFTP, Telnet, HTTP, STelnet, HTTPS, SNMP, and CWMP, as shown in Figure 9-10.

Figure 9-10  Service

3G/LTE

You can view information about the 3G/LTE wireless card in the 3G/LTE window, including the interface name, network mode, signal strength, working status, carrier, transmit rate, receive rate, and IP address. You can check whether the router can access the Internet using the 3G/LTE wireless card based on the preceding information, as shown in Figure 9-11.
NOTE:

To view information in this window, ensure that the 3G/LTE data card and the corresponding SIM card have been installed on the router.

Figure 9-11  3G/LTE Wireless card status

You can select an interface from the Interface name drop-down list box to view.

LAN

You can view LAN information about the router in the LAN window, including the interface name, VLAN ID, connection status, receive rate, transmit rate, IP address/mask, and interface interzone, as shown in Figure 9-12.

Figure 9-12  LAN

WAN

You can view WAN information about the router in the WAN window, including the interface name, connection mode, connection status, IP address, transmit rate, receive rate, NAT status, and interface interzone, as shown in Figure 9-13.

Figure 9-13  WAN

Log

You can view system logs in the Log window, including the log generation time, log level, and log details, as shown in Figure 9-14.

Figure 9-14  Log

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Updated: 2019-04-12

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