NetVanta 6310 Quick Start Guide

NETVANTA 6310
NETVANTA 6310 DEFAULTS
Feature
Default Value
IP Address
10.10.10.1
User Name
admin
Password
password
HTTP Server
Enabled
Event History
On
IP Routing
Enabled
RESTORING FACTORY DEFAULTS
On units that have a console port, you cannot restore the factory defaults, but must rather erase the device’s
configuration and then reconfigure the unit to operate correctly for your network. To erase the unit’s current
configuration, follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
P/N 1702100G1
GETTING STARTED
Two configuration methods are available for your NetVanta 6310 unit:
•
Web-based graphical user interface (GUI)
•
Command line interface (CLI)
The GUI lets you configure the main unit settings and provides online guidance and explanations for each
setting. However, using the AOS CLI may be necessary for more advanced configurations.
ACCESS THE GUI
You can access the GUI from any web browser on your network by following these steps:
1.
2.
Access the unit’s CLI and enter enable at the > prompt.
Enter erase startup-config at the # prompt. The device will have a blank configuration upon reboot.
Enter reload at the # prompt to begin restarting the device. When prompted to save configuration, enter
no. When prompted to reboot, enter yes.
Upon reboot, you will have to reconfigure the unit using the CRAFT port. Follow the steps outlined here or
in the technical note, Accessing the Web Interface in AOS available at https://supportforums.adtran.com.
3.
4.
5.
Connect the unit to your PC, using an Ethernet cable connected to ETH 0/1 port on the back of the unit.
Set your PC to obtain an IP address automatically using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), or
change your PC to a fixed IP address of 10.10.10.2. To change your PC’s IP address, or to set the PC to
use DHCP, navigate to Computer > Control Panel > Network Connections > Local Area Connection
> Properties > IP (TCP/IP) and select either Use this IP address or Obtain an IP address
automatically (this means you are using DHCP). If you are specifying an IP address, enter these
parameters:
IP Address: 10.10.10.2
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 10.10.10.1
You do not need to enter any domain naming system (DNS) server information. After the information is
entered, select Ok twice, and close the Network Connections dialog box. If you cannot change the PC’s
IP address, you will need to change the unit’s IP address using the CLI. (Refer to the next two sections for
instructions.)
Enter the unit’s IP address in your browser’s address line. The default IP address is 10.10.10.1, but if you
changed the unit’s IP address enter that address in the browser line.
You will then be prompted for the user name and password (the default settings are admin and
password).
The initial GUI menu appears. You can access initial setup information by selecting Config Wizard from
the menu on the left.
It is best to only use the Config Wizard for new installations because some existing
settings can be lost or reset when using this wizard.
Access the AOS CLI using the CONSOLE port or a Telnet session. To establish a connection to the unit’s
CONSOLE port, you need the following items:
•
•
PC with VT100 terminal emulation software
Straight-through serial cable with a DB-9 (male) connector on one end and the appropriate interface for
your terminal or PC communication port on the other end
You can find VT100 terminal emulation software on most PCs by navigating to Start >
Programs > Accessories > HyperTerminal > HyperTerminal. When you have opened
a HyperTerminal session, enter the settings described in Step 4.
4
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1.
2.
Connect the DB-9 (male) connector of your serial cable to the CONSOLE port on the rear panel of the
unit.
Connect the other end of the serial cable to the terminal or PC.
Many PCs do not come with a standard serial port. A universal serial bus (USB) to
serial adapter can be used instead. The drivers for the USB to serial adapter must be
installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions. If the USB to serial adapter is
not properly installed on your PC, you will not be able to communicate with the AOS
unit and you should seek support from the USB to serial adapter manufacturer.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Enter no shutdown to activate the interface to pass data.
Enter exit to exit the Ethernet interface commands and return to the Global Configuration mode.
Enter ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.254 to add a default route to the route table. 0.0.0.0 is the default
route and the default subnet mask, and 192.168.1.254 is the next-hop IP address to which the AOS unit
should send all of its traffic. You will need to enter the proper route, subnet mask, and gateway for your
network. This information is typically provided by an Internet service provider (ISP) or local network
administrator.
Enter do write memory to save the current configuration.
ENABLE TELNET USER LOGIN ACCESS
Insert the connector of the provided power cord into the power interface on the rear panel of the unit, and
plug the cord into a standard electrical outlet. Refer to the NetVanta 6310/6330 Series Hardware
Installation Guide at https://supportforums.adtran.com for more details.
4.
Once the unit is powered up, open a VT100 terminal session using the following settings: 9600 baud,
8 data bits, no parity bits, and 1 stop bit. Press <Enter> to activate the AOS CLI.
5.
Enter enable at the > prompt. Enter the enable password when prompted. The default password is
password.
You can also access the CLI from a Telnet client. In order to do this, you must know the IP address of the AOS
device. If you do not know the unit’s IP address, you must use the CRAFT port to access the CLI. To access the
CLI using a Telnet client, follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
1.
2.
CONFIGURE YOUR APPLICATION
3.
Connect the unit to your PC, using an Ethernet cable connected to ETH 0/1 port on the back of the unit.
Open a Telnet client on your computer. You can access the Telnet client by navigating to Start > Run and
entering telnet 10.10.10.1 (Windows® XP). If you are running Windows Vista, you will need to turn on the
Telnet client before you access it. To do this, navigate to Start > Control Panel > Programs and
Features > Turn Windows features on or off > Telnet Client Option and select OK. 10.10.10.1 is the
default unit IP address. If you have changed your unit’s IP address, you will need to enter that address.
Enter enable at the > prompt and enter the enable password when prompted. The default password is
password.
COMMON CLI COMMANDS
The following are common CLI commands and tips for getting started with the CLI.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Entering a question mark (?) shows contextual help and options. For example, entering ? at the prompt
will show all commands available from that prompt.
To view interface statistics, enter show interface <interface type> <interface number>.
To view the current configuration, enter show running-config.
To view all the IP addresses currently configured, enter show ip interface brief.
To view the AOS version, serial number, and other information, enter show version.
To save the current configuration, enter write.
CONFIGURE THE UNIT’S IP ADDRESS
The configuration parameters used in the examples outlined in this document are for
instructional purposes only. Replace all underlined entries (example) with your
specific parameters to configure your application.
The following steps create an IP address and subnet mask for ETH 0/1.
1.
2.
3.
2
At the # prompt, enter config terminal.
At the (config)# prompt, enter interface eth 0/1 to access the configuration parameters for the Ethernet
port located on the rear of the unit.
Enter ip address 10.10.10.1 255.255.255.0 to assign an IP address to the Ethernet port using a 24-bit
subnet mask.
Copyright © 2013 ADTRAN, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
The following steps create a password of adtran for Telnet access. By default, Telnet access is enabled with a
password of password.
Verify that the prompt of your unit displays (config)#.
Enter line telnet 0 4 to change the configuration parameters for the Telnet sessions.
Enter login to initiate Telnet access.
Enter password adtran to change the login password for the Telnet sessions.
Enter exit to return to the Global Configuration mode.
Verify that the prompt of your unit displays (config)#.
Enter do write memory to save the current configuration.
The applications you will need to configure vary by product and by network. Review the list of defaults for your
unit before deciding what applications to configure. The following are some common applications that should be
configured on startup. These are all available on ADTRAN’s Support Community.
Configuring T1 Access to a Remote Site Using
PPP in AOS (video article 2003)
Configuring Internet Access (Many to One NAT) with
the Firewall Wizard in AOS (video article 2185)
Configuring Port Forwarding in AOS
(video article 2291)
Configuring QoS for VoIP in AOS
(video article 3091)
Configuring PPP in AOS (article 2523)
Configuring HDLC in AOS (article 2152)
Configuring Frame Relay in AOS
(article 2350)
Configuring QoS in AOS
(article 1617)
Configuring DHCP Server in AOS
(article 2149)
Configuring a VPN Using Main Mode in AOS
(article 1925)
Configuring a VPN Using Aggressive Mode in
AOS (article 1926)
Configuring Voice Traffic over SIP Trunks in AOS
(article 3395)
Configuring the Switchboard and Dial Plan in
AOS (article 2130)
Configuring PRI Signaling for DSX-1 in AOS
(article 3396)
Configuring Enhanced ANI/DNIS Substitution
in AOS (article 2509)
Configuring Source and ANI Based Routing in AOS
(article 2510)
Important: For additional details on product features, specifications, installation,
and safety, refer to NetVanta 6310 Hardware Installation Guide at
https://supportforums.adtran.com.
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1.
2.
Connect the DB-9 (male) connector of your serial cable to the CONSOLE port on the rear panel of the
unit.
Connect the other end of the serial cable to the terminal or PC.
Many PCs do not come with a standard serial port. A universal serial bus (USB) to
serial adapter can be used instead. The drivers for the USB to serial adapter must be
installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions. If the USB to serial adapter is
not properly installed on your PC, you will not be able to communicate with the AOS
unit and you should seek support from the USB to serial adapter manufacturer.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Enter no shutdown to activate the interface to pass data.
Enter exit to exit the Ethernet interface commands and return to the Global Configuration mode.
Enter ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.254 to add a default route to the route table. 0.0.0.0 is the default
route and the default subnet mask, and 192.168.1.254 is the next-hop IP address to which the AOS unit
should send all of its traffic. You will need to enter the proper route, subnet mask, and gateway for your
network. This information is typically provided by an Internet service provider (ISP) or local network
administrator.
Enter do write memory to save the current configuration.
ENABLE TELNET USER LOGIN ACCESS
Insert the connector of the provided power cord into the power interface on the rear panel of the unit, and
plug the cord into a standard electrical outlet. Refer to the NetVanta 6310/6330 Series Hardware
Installation Guide at https://supportforums.adtran.com for more details.
4.
Once the unit is powered up, open a VT100 terminal session using the following settings: 9600 baud,
8 data bits, no parity bits, and 1 stop bit. Press <Enter> to activate the AOS CLI.
5.
Enter enable at the > prompt. Enter the enable password when prompted. The default password is
password.
You can also access the CLI from a Telnet client. In order to do this, you must know the IP address of the AOS
device. If you do not know the unit’s IP address, you must use the CRAFT port to access the CLI. To access the
CLI using a Telnet client, follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
1.
2.
CONFIGURE YOUR APPLICATION
3.
Connect the unit to your PC, using an Ethernet cable connected to ETH 0/1 port on the back of the unit.
Open a Telnet client on your computer. You can access the Telnet client by navigating to Start > Run and
entering telnet 10.10.10.1 (Windows® XP). If you are running Windows Vista, you will need to turn on the
Telnet client before you access it. To do this, navigate to Start > Control Panel > Programs and
Features > Turn Windows features on or off > Telnet Client Option and select OK. 10.10.10.1 is the
default unit IP address. If you have changed your unit’s IP address, you will need to enter that address.
Enter enable at the > prompt and enter the enable password when prompted. The default password is
password.
COMMON CLI COMMANDS
The following are common CLI commands and tips for getting started with the CLI.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Entering a question mark (?) shows contextual help and options. For example, entering ? at the prompt
will show all commands available from that prompt.
To view interface statistics, enter show interface <interface type> <interface number>.
To view the current configuration, enter show running-config.
To view all the IP addresses currently configured, enter show ip interface brief.
To view the AOS version, serial number, and other information, enter show version.
To save the current configuration, enter write.
CONFIGURE THE UNIT’S IP ADDRESS
The configuration parameters used in the examples outlined in this document are for
instructional purposes only. Replace all underlined entries (example) with your
specific parameters to configure your application.
The following steps create an IP address and subnet mask for ETH 0/1.
1.
2.
3.
2
At the # prompt, enter config terminal.
At the (config)# prompt, enter interface eth 0/1 to access the configuration parameters for the Ethernet
port located on the rear of the unit.
Enter ip address 10.10.10.1 255.255.255.0 to assign an IP address to the Ethernet port using a 24-bit
subnet mask.
Copyright © 2013 ADTRAN, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
The following steps create a password of adtran for Telnet access. By default, Telnet access is enabled with a
password of password.
Verify that the prompt of your unit displays (config)#.
Enter line telnet 0 4 to change the configuration parameters for the Telnet sessions.
Enter login to initiate Telnet access.
Enter password adtran to change the login password for the Telnet sessions.
Enter exit to return to the Global Configuration mode.
Verify that the prompt of your unit displays (config)#.
Enter do write memory to save the current configuration.
The applications you will need to configure vary by product and by network. Review the list of defaults for your
unit before deciding what applications to configure. The following are some common applications that should be
configured on startup. These are all available on ADTRAN’s Support Community.
Configuring T1 Access to a Remote Site Using
PPP in AOS (video article 2003)
Configuring Internet Access (Many to One NAT) with
the Firewall Wizard in AOS (video article 2185)
Configuring Port Forwarding in AOS
(video article 2291)
Configuring QoS for VoIP in AOS
(video article 3091)
Configuring PPP in AOS (article 2523)
Configuring HDLC in AOS (article 2152)
Configuring Frame Relay in AOS
(article 2350)
Configuring QoS in AOS
(article 1617)
Configuring DHCP Server in AOS
(article 2149)
Configuring a VPN Using Main Mode in AOS
(article 1925)
Configuring a VPN Using Aggressive Mode in
AOS (article 1926)
Configuring Voice Traffic over SIP Trunks in AOS
(article 3395)
Configuring the Switchboard and Dial Plan in
AOS (article 2130)
Configuring PRI Signaling for DSX-1 in AOS
(article 3396)
Configuring Enhanced ANI/DNIS Substitution
in AOS (article 2509)
Configuring Source and ANI Based Routing in AOS
(article 2510)
Important: For additional details on product features, specifications, installation,
and safety, refer to NetVanta 6310 Hardware Installation Guide at
https://supportforums.adtran.com.
Quick Start Guide, 61700100G1-13B, June 2013
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NETVANTA 6310
NETVANTA 6310 DEFAULTS
Feature
Default Value
IP Address
10.10.10.1
User Name
admin
Password
password
HTTP Server
Enabled
Event History
On
IP Routing
Enabled
RESTORING FACTORY DEFAULTS
On units that have a console port, you cannot restore the factory defaults, but must rather erase the device’s
configuration and then reconfigure the unit to operate correctly for your network. To erase the unit’s current
configuration, follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
P/N 1702100G1
GETTING STARTED
Two configuration methods are available for your NetVanta 6310 unit:
•
Web-based graphical user interface (GUI)
•
Command line interface (CLI)
The GUI lets you configure the main unit settings and provides online guidance and explanations for each
setting. However, using the AOS CLI may be necessary for more advanced configurations.
ACCESS THE GUI
You can access the GUI from any web browser on your network by following these steps:
1.
2.
Access the unit’s CLI and enter enable at the > prompt.
Enter erase startup-config at the # prompt. The device will have a blank configuration upon reboot.
Enter reload at the # prompt to begin restarting the device. When prompted to save configuration, enter
no. When prompted to reboot, enter yes.
Upon reboot, you will have to reconfigure the unit using the CRAFT port. Follow the steps outlined here or
in the technical note, Accessing the Web Interface in AOS available at https://supportforums.adtran.com.
3.
4.
5.
Connect the unit to your PC, using an Ethernet cable connected to ETH 0/1 port on the back of the unit.
Set your PC to obtain an IP address automatically using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), or
change your PC to a fixed IP address of 10.10.10.2. To change your PC’s IP address, or to set the PC to
use DHCP, navigate to Computer > Control Panel > Network Connections > Local Area Connection
> Properties > IP (TCP/IP) and select either Use this IP address or Obtain an IP address
automatically (this means you are using DHCP). If you are specifying an IP address, enter these
parameters:
IP Address: 10.10.10.2
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 10.10.10.1
You do not need to enter any domain naming system (DNS) server information. After the information is
entered, select Ok twice, and close the Network Connections dialog box. If you cannot change the PC’s
IP address, you will need to change the unit’s IP address using the CLI. (Refer to the next two sections for
instructions.)
Enter the unit’s IP address in your browser’s address line. The default IP address is 10.10.10.1, but if you
changed the unit’s IP address enter that address in the browser line.
You will then be prompted for the user name and password (the default settings are admin and
password).
The initial GUI menu appears. You can access initial setup information by selecting Config Wizard from
the menu on the left.
It is best to only use the Config Wizard for new installations because some existing
settings can be lost or reset when using this wizard.
Access the AOS CLI using the CONSOLE port or a Telnet session. To establish a connection to the unit’s
CONSOLE port, you need the following items:
•
•
PC with VT100 terminal emulation software
Straight-through serial cable with a DB-9 (male) connector on one end and the appropriate interface for
your terminal or PC communication port on the other end
You can find VT100 terminal emulation software on most PCs by navigating to Start >
Programs > Accessories > HyperTerminal > HyperTerminal. When you have opened
a HyperTerminal session, enter the settings described in Step 4.
4
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