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Setting LAN Parameters

Setting LAN Parameters

To use the endpoint on an IP network to implement video communication, correctly set LAN parameters, which include DNS server address, network interface mode, and gateway address.

Procedure

  1. Choose System Settings > Network and click the LAN1 (WAN) tab.
  2. Set the LAN parameters listed in Table 1-17.

    Table 1-17  LAN parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Common Settings

    Network interface mode

    Specifies the working mode for the network ports on the endpoint.

    • Auto-detect: When accessing the network, the endpoint automatically negotiates with a remote network device to determine the optimal work mode.
    • 10 Mbps and half duplex: The data transmission rate is 10 Mbit/s, and data cannot be sent and received at the same time.
    • 10 Mbps and full duplex: The data transmission rate is 10 Mbit/s, and data can be sent and received at the same time.
    • 100 Mbps and half duplex: The data transmission rate is 100 Mbit/s, and data cannot be sent and received at the same time.
    • 100 Mbps and full duplex: The data transmission rate is 100 Mbit/s, and data can be sent and received at the same time.
    • 1000 Mbps and full duplex: The data transmission rate is 1000 Mbit/s, and data can be sent and received at the same time.

    The default value is Auto-detect.

    The network interface mode set here must be the same as that set for the access network device (generally, switch). By default, the network interface mode is set to Auto-detect for the switch.

    NOTE:

    When you do not know the network port working mode of a remote network device, set this parameter to Auto-detect. Otherwise, the endpoint may fail to access the network.

    MTU

    Specifies the maximum transmission unit (MTU) in bytes. If the MTU is too large, the network transmission rate may be slowed, resulting in packet transmission failures. If the MTU is too small, the network transmission efficiency may suffer.

    The default value is 1500. The default value is recommended.

    The value ranges from 576 to 1500.

    Local IP address

    Connection type

    Specifies the mode in which the endpoint obtains an IP address.

    • Static IP: The network administrator assigns an IP address to the endpoint. If you select this option, you must also set Local IP address, Subnet mask, and Gateway address.
    • Dynamic IP: When a DHCP server is available on the network, the endpoint automatically obtains an IP address using the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).

    The default value is Dynamic IP.

    Local IP address

    Specifies the local IP address of the endpoint, using which you can log in to the endpoint's web interface. In addition, the endpoint can be called by other devices through this IP address.

    The default IPv4 address is 192.168.1.1. There is not default IPv6 address.

    You do not need to set this parameter if Connection type is set to Dynamic IP. If Connection type is set to Static IP, enter the IP address obtained from the network administrator.

    Examples:
    • IPv4: 192.168.1.10
    • IPv6: fc00::0:0:192:168:1:10

    Subnet mask

    Specifies the subnet mask for the endpoint IP address. A subnet mask divides the IP address into a network address and a host address.

    The default value is 255.255.255.0.

    You do not need to set this parameter if Connection type is set to Dynamic IP. If Connection type is set to Static IP, enter the subnet mask obtained from the network administrator.

    Gateway address

    Specifies the gateway address that corresponds to the endpoint IP address.

    You do not need to set this parameter if Connection type is set to Dynamic IP. If Connection type is set to Static IP, enter the subnet mask obtained from the network administrator.

    Examples:

    • IPv4: 192.168.0.1
    • IPv6: fc00::0:0:192:168:0:1

    IPv6

    Specifies whether IPv6 is used. If you use IPv6, you must also set Local IP address, Subnet prefix length, and Gateway address.

    The default value is Disable.

    Subnet prefix length

    Set this parameter only when you enable IPv6.

    This parameter specifies the length of the network address part in the IPv6 address.

    The IPv6 subnet prefix is in the same format as the IPv4 subnet prefix, that is, address/subnet prefix length. For example, in subnet prefix 21DA:D3:0:2F3B::/64, 64 indicates the subnet prefix length of the address.

    The default value is 0.

    The value ranges from 0 to 128.

    DNS

    DNS address type

    This parameter is available only after you set Connection type to Dynamic IP for the local IPv4 address.

    Specifies the mode for setting the DNS server address.

    • Auto: The endpoint automatically obtains the DNS server address. If you select this option, a DNS server must be available on the network.
    • Manual: You must set DNS server address 1, DNS server address 2, or DNS server address 3.

    The default value is Auto.

    DNS server address 1

    DNS server address 2

    DNS server address 3

    The DNS server can save the domain names and IP addresses of all hosts throughout the network and convert a domain name into the corresponding IP address as the domain name is easier to remember than the IP address. For example, it is easier for people to remember the domain name such as www.huawei.com rather than the IP address.

    This parameter specifies the IP address of the active Domain Name System (DNS) server. After you set this parameter, domain names can be used as the addresses of network gatekeeper (GK) and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) servers. The DNS server will translate the domain names into the IP addresses of the GK and SIP servers.

    No default value is set for this parameter.

    You do not need to the DNS server IP address when DNS address type is set to Auto. When DNS address type is set to Manual, enter the DNS server IP address.

    802.1x

    802.1x

    Specifies whether to enable 802.1x authentication. If the Ethernet where the endpoint is deployed requires authentication, set this parameter to Enable.

    NOTE:
    If you set this parameter to Enable, you must also set Authentication mode.

    The default value is Disable.

    Authentication mode

    Specifies the authentication mode, which can be certificate authentication or password authentication.
    • Certificate: Use an imported certificate and the set Certificate account to initiate authentication to the authentication server.
    • Password: Use the set user name and password to initiate authentication to the authentication server.

    The default value is Password.

    Server root certificate verification

    Specifies whether the server root certificate must be imported when the Certificate mode is used.

    NOTE:
    Obtain the certificate from the certificate server administrator first. For details about how to import a certificate, see Importing Server and CA Certificates.

    The default value is Enable.

    When Server root certificate verification is set to Disable, the endpoint does not authenticate the server. To ensure endpoint security, you are advised to set this parameter to Enable.

    Certificate account

    Specifies the ID that matches the certificate imported for certificate authentication.

    Obtain the values from the authentication server administrator.

    User name

    Password

    Specify the user name and password for network authentication.

    Obtain the values from the authentication server administrator.

    802.1p/q

    802.1p/q

    Specifies whether to enable 802.1p/q. If the switch has a virtual LAN (VLAN) set, enable 802.1p/q and set related parameters so the endpoint can access the switch and network interconnection can be implemented.

    NOTE:
    If you set this parameter to Enable, you must also set VLAN ID and Priority.

    The default value is Disable.

    NOTE:
    The settings must be consistent with those on the switch. Otherwise, network interconnection may fail.

    VLAN ID

    Specifies the ID of the VLAN to which the endpoint needs to connect.

    The default value is 1.

    Value range: 1-4094

    Obtain the ID from the network administrator.

    Priority

    Specifies the priority of packets forwarded by the switch.

    The priority increases with the value.

    The default value is 0.

    Value range: 0-7

  3. Click Save.

    Log in to the endpoint web interface using the new IP address.

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Updated: 2019-06-25

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