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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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Interface Backup

Interface Backup

Context

The interface backup function allows a backup interface to transmit traffic when the primary interface is faulty or load balance traffic when bandwidth of the primary interface is insufficient.

Procedure

  • Create interface backup.
    1. Choose WAN Access > Interface Backup, as show in Figure 12-50.

      Figure 12-50  Interface backup configuration page

    2. Click Create in Interface Backup List.
    3. On the Create Interface Backup page, set parameters. Table 12-56 describes the parameters.

      Table 12-56  Description of parameters for creating interface backup
      Parameter Description
      Primary interface name

      Selects a physical interface on the router.

      Load balancing

      Enables or disables load balancing.

      Backup interface 1

      Selects a physical interface on the router.

      Backup interface 2

      Selects a physical interface on the router.

      Backup interface 3

      Selects a physical interface on the router.

      Available bandwidth (Kbps)

      Indicates the maximum bandwidth of the primary interface in load balancing mode.

      NOTE:

      The value 0 indicates that the actual physical bandwidth of a physical interface is used as the available bandwidth of the primary interface.

      Upper threshold of traffic in load balancing mode (%)

      Sets the upper threshold of the traffic volume in load balancing mode.

      NOTE:

      The upper threshold of the traffic volume must be larger than the lower threshold.

      Delay in switching services from the primary interface to the backup interface (seconds)

      Indicates the delay in switching services from the primary interface to the backup interface in active/standby mode.

      Lower threshold of traffic in load balancing mode (%)

      Sets the lower threshold of the traffic volume in load balancing mode.

      NOTE:

      The lower threshold of the traffic volume must be smaller than the upper threshold.

      Delay in switching services from the backup interface to the primary interface (seconds)

      Indicates the delay in switching services from the backup interface to the primary interface in active/standby mode.

    4. Click OK.
  • Modify interface backup.
    1. Choose WAN Access > Interface Backup, as show in Figure 12-50.
    2. In Interface Backup List, select a backup interface to be modified and right-click .
    3. In the Modify Interface Backup dialog box, modify parameters, as shown in Table 12-56. The value of Primary interface name cannot be changed.

    4. Click OK.
  • Delete interface backup.
    1. Choose WAN Access > Interface Backup, as show in Figure 12-50.
    2. In Interface Backup List, select a backup interface to be deleted and right-click .
    3. Click OK in the displayed dialog box.
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Updated: 2019-04-12

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