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FAQ- Why actually there are only 2 interfaces in system configuring?

Publication Date:  2012-12-06 Views:  596 Downloads:  0

Issue Description

Q:Why there are 5 Ethernet interfaces in the USG50 semblance, but actually there are only 2 interfaces in system configuring?

Alarm Information

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Handling Process

A:USG 50 logically has two Ethernet (the WAN0 port: E0/0/0, LAN port: E0/0/1), the LAN port has 4 groups of exports, respectively is LAN0-LAN3,4 LAN ports through the switch chip connecting. It can be simply thought to be the USG50 Ethernet0/0/1 port connected a switch. Also because of this, the USG50’s 4 LAN ports can be used as a private branch exchange.

Root Cause

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Suggestions

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