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S600-E V200R013C00 Web-based Configuration Guide

This document describes how to configure and maintain devices through the web NMS client, including device status statistics, SVF, interface, Ethernet switching, IP service, IP routing, security, ACL, AAA, system management, QoS, diagnosis service, and EasyDeploy.
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IP Services

IP Services

ARP

Context

On a local area network (LAN), a host or network device must learn the IP address of the destination host or device before sending data to it. Additionally, the host or network device must learn the physical address (MAC address) of the destination host or device because IP packets must be encapsulated into frames for transmission over a physical network. Therefore, the mapping from an IP address into a physical address is required. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is introduced to map IP addresses to physical addresses (Ethernet MAC addresses).

Procedure

  • Create a static ARP entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ARP > Static ARP to access the Static ARP page.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 5-61.

      Figure 5-61  Creating a static ARP entry

      Table 5-35 describes parameters on the page.

      Table 5-35  Creating a static ARP entry

      Parameter

      Description

      Destination IP address

      Enters the destination IP address, for example, 10.10.10.1.
      NOTE:

      This parameter cannot be set to the virtual IP address of a VRRP group configured on a VLANIF interface. Otherwise, an incorrect host route will be generated, causing forwarding errors.

      Destination MAC address

      Enters the Ethernet MAC address mapping the IP address, for example 0812-f231-05e1.

      VLAN ID

      Enters the VLAN ID corresponding to the IP address.
      NOTE:
      • If you enter a VLAN ID, the created ARP entry is in the specified VLAN.
      • The VLANIF interface of the VLAN must be on the same network segment as the destination IP address.

      Outbound interface

      Click to select the outbound interface of ARP packets, for example, GigabitEthernet0/0/1.
      NOTE:

      The interface must be a member of the specified VLAN.

    3. Set the parameters.

      NOTE:

      The destination IP address and the IP address of the outbound interface must be on the same network segment.

    4. Click OK.
  • Modify a static ARP entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ARP > Static ARP to access the Static ARP page.
    2. Click a destination IP address in the static ARP entry list to access the corresponding static ARP entry modification page, as shown in Figure 5-62.

      Figure 5-62  Modifying a static ARP entry

      Table 5-35 describes parameters on the page.

      NOTE:

      The destination IP address cannot be modified.

    3. Modify the configuration parameters.
    4. Click OK.
  • Delete a static ARP entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ARP > Static ARP to access the Static ARP page.
    2. Select a record that you want to delete and click Delete. The system asks you whether to delete the record.
    3. Click OK.
  • Clear all static ARP entries.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ARP > Static ARP to access the Static ARP page.
    2. Click Clear ALL Static ARP Entries. The system asks you whether to delete all static ARP entries.
    3. Click OK.
  • Update a static ARP entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ARP > Static ARP to access the Static ARP page.
    2. Click Refresh.
  • Delete a dynamic ARP entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ARP > Dynamic ARP to access the Dynamic ARP page.
    2. Select a record that you want to delete and click Delete. The system asks you whether to delete the record.
    3. Click OK.
  • Clear all dynamic ARP entries.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ARP > Dynamic ARP to access the Dynamic ARP page.
    2. Click Clear ALL Dynamic ARP Entries. The system asks you whether to delete all dynamic ARP entries.
    3. Click OK.
  • Update a dynamic ARP entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ARP > Dynamic ARP to access the Dynamic ARP page.
    2. Click Refresh.

ND

Context

To filter invalid packets, you can create ND entries, binding the destination IPv6 addresses of these invalid packets to nonexistent MAC addresses.

Procedure

  • Create a static ND entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ND > Static ND to access the Static ND page.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 5-63.

      Figure 5-63  Creating a static ND entry

      Table 5-36 describes parameters on the page.

      Table 5-36  Creating a static ND entry

      Parameter

      Description

      Destination IPv6 address

      Specifies the destination IPv6 address in the static ND entry.

      VLAN ID

      Specifies the ID of the outer VLAN to which an interface belongs.

      Destination MAC address

      Specifies the destination MAC address in the static ND entry.

      Outbound interface

      Click to select the outbound interface of ND packets.
      NOTE:

      The interface must be a member of the specified VLAN.

    3. Set the parameters.
    4. Click OK.
  • Modify a static ND entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ND > Static ND to access the Static ND page.
    2. Click a destination IPv6 address in the static ND entry list to access the corresponding static ND entry modification page, as shown in Figure 5-64.

      Figure 5-64  Modifying a static ND entry

      Table 5-36 describes parameters on the page.

      NOTE:

      The destination IPv6 address and VLAN ID cannot be modified.

    3. Modify the configuration parameters.
    4. Click OK.
  • Delete a static ND entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ND > Static ND to access the Static ND page.
    2. Select a record that you want to delete and click Delete. The system asks you whether to delete the record.
    3. Click OK.
  • Clear all static ND entries.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ND > Static ND to access the Static ND page.
    2. Click Clear ALL Static ND Entries. The system asks you whether to delete all static ND entries.
    3. Click OK.
  • Update a static ND entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ND > Static ND to access the Static ND page.
    2. Click Refresh.
  • Clear all dynamic ND entries.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ND > Dynamic ND to access the Dynamic ND page.
    2. Click Clear ALL Dynamic ND Entries. The system asks you whether to delete all dynamic ND entries.
    3. Click OK.
  • Update a dynamic ND entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > ND > Dynamic ND to access the Dynamic ND page.
    2. Click Refresh.

DNS

Context

TCP/IP provides domain name system (DNS) to identify hosts using character strings in addition to their IP addresses. DNS uses a hierarchical naming scheme to specify a meaningful name for a network device. Mappings between domain names and IP addresses are established on a DNS server. DNS allows users to use meaningful and easy-to-remember domain names instead of IP addresses to identify devices.

Procedure

  • Create a static DNS entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > DNS > Static DNS to access the Static DNS page.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 5-65.

      Figure 5-65  Creating a static DNS entry

      Table 5-37 describes parameters on the page.

      Table 5-37  Creating a static DNS entry

      Parameter

      Description

      Host Name

      Specifies the domain name.

      IPv4 address

      Specifies the IPv4 address mapping the domain name.

      IPv6 address

      Specifies the IPv6 address mapping the domain name.

    3. Set the parameters.
    4. Click OK.
  • Delete a static DNS entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > DNS > Static DNS to access the Static DNS page.
    2. Select a record that you want to delete and click Delete. The system asks you whether to delete the record.
    3. Click OK.
  • Update a static DNS entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > DNS > Static DNS to access the Static DNS page.
    2. Click Refresh.
  • Configure the dynamic domain name resolution function.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > DNS > Dynamic DNS to access the Dynamic DNS page.
    2. Set Dynamic domain name resolution.
  • Create a dynamic DNS list.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > DNS > Dynamic DNS to access the Dynamic DNS page.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 5-66.

      Figure 5-66  Creating a dynamic DNS list

      Table 5-38 describes parameters on the page.

      Table 5-38  Creating a dynamic DNS list

      Parameter

      Description

      IP address format

      Selects the IP address format:

      • IPv4
      • IPv6

      IP address

      Specifies the IP address of a DNS server.

      Interface name

      This parameter is valid only when IP address format is set to IPv6.

      Click to select the outbound interface for communication with the DNS server.

      NOTE:

      Move the mouse to on the right to view the detailed rule.

  • Delete a dynamic DNS entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > DNS > Dynamic DNS to access the Dynamic DNS page.
    2. Select a record that you want to delete and click Delete. The system asks you whether to delete the record.
    3. Click OK.
  • Update a dynamic DNS entry.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > DNS > Dynamic DNS to access the Dynamic DNS page.
    2. Click Refresh.

Loopback Interface

Context

According to the TCP/IP protocol suite, the IP addresses on the network segment 127.0.0.0 are loopback addresses. The interfaces that are configured with these addresses are loopback interfaces. During startup, the system automatically creates an interface that uses the loopback address 127.0.0.1 to receive all the packets sent to the local switch.

Procedure

  • Create a loopback interface.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > Loopback Interface to access the Loopback Interface page.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 5-67.

      Figure 5-67  Creating a loopback interface

      Table 5-39 describes parameters on the page.

      Table 5-39  Creating a loopback interface

      Parameter

      Description

      Loopback interface name

      Enters the number of the loopback interface. This parameter is mandatory.

      IPv4 address/Mask

      Enters the IPv4 address and subnet mask of the loopback interface.

      IPv6 address/Prefix length

      Enters the IPv6 address (for example, FC00:0:130F:0:0:9C0:876A:130B) and prefix length (ranging from 1 to 128).

      You can click to add an IPv6 address or click to delete an IPv6 address.

    3. Set the parameters.
    4. Click OK.
  • Modify a loopback interface.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > Loopback Interface to access the Loopback Interface page.
    2. Click a loopback interface name in the loopback interface list to access the corresponding loopback interface modification page, as shown in Figure 5-68.

      Figure 5-68  Modifying a loopback interface

      Table 5-39 describes parameters on the page.

      NOTE:

      The loopback interface name cannot be modified.

    3. Modify the configuration parameters.
    4. Click OK.
  • Delete a loopback interface.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > Loopback Interface to access the Loopback Interface page.
    2. Select a record that you want to delete and click Delete. The system asks you whether to delete the record.
    3. Click OK.
  • Update a loopback interface.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > IP Services > Loopback Interface to access the Loopback Interface page.
    2. Click Refresh.
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