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INTRODUCTION
Purpose
This document introduces the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server, an application module of OfficeServ
7200, and describes procedures on installing and using the software.
Document Content and Organization
This document contains three chapters one annex and an abbreviation as follows:
CHAPTER 1. OfficeServ 7200 Data Server Overview
This chapter briefly introduces the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server Data Server.
CHAPTER 2. OfficeServ 7200 Data Server Installation
This chapter describes the installation procedure and login procedure.
CHAPTER 3. Using the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server
This chapter describes how to use the menus of the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server Data Server.
ANNEX A. VPN Setting in Windows XP/2000
This chapter describes how to set up a VPN on Windows XP/2000.
ABBREVIATION
Abbreviations frequently used in this document are described.
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Conventions
The following types of paragraphs contain special information that must be carefully read and
thoroughly understood. Such information may or may not be enclosed in a rectangular box,
separating it from the main text, but is always preceded by an icon and/or a bold title.
WARNING
Provides information or instructions that the reader should follow in order to avoid
personal injury or fatality.
CAUTION
Provides information or instructions that the reader should follow in order to avoid a
service failure or damage to the system.
CHECKPOINT
Provides the operator with checkpoints for stable system operation.
NOTE
Indicates additional information as a reference.
Console Screen Output
y
The lined box with ‘Courier New’ font is used to distinguish between the main content
and console output screen text.
y
‘Bold Courier New’ font will indicate the value entered by the operator on the console
screen.
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Reference
OfficeServ 7200 General Description
The OfficeServ 7200 General Description Guide introduces OfficeServ 7200 and describes the
system information necessary for the understanding of this system, such as hardware
configuration, specification, and function.
OfficeServ 7200 Installation Manual
The OfficeServ 7200 Installation Manual describes the condition necessary for the
installation,of the system and how to inspect and operate the system.
OfficeServ 7200 Call Server Programming Manual
The OfficeServ 7200 Call Server Programming Manual describes the method of using the Man
Machine Communication(MMC) program that changes system settings by using phones.
Revision History
EDITION
DATE OF ISSUE
01
10.2006
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SAFETY CONCERNS
For product safety and correct operation, the following information must be given to the operator/Administrator and
shall be read before the installation and operation.
Symbols
Caution
Indication of a general caution.
Restriction
Indication for prohibiting an action for a product.
Instruction
Indication for commanding a specifically required action.
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Caution
CAUTION
For Security
Note that all external administrators are allowed to access the firewall when the Remote
IP is set to ‘0.0.0.0’ and Port is set to ‘0:’
When Setting IP Range
The number of IPs for the ‘Local IP range’ and that for the ‘Remote IP range’ should be
identical when setting PPTP VPN.
For example, if the number of IPs for ‘Local IP range’ is 10 and that for ‘Remote IP
range’ is 20, only 10 calls will be set.
When Setting PPTP in Windows XP/2000
In Windows XP/2000, the administrator can use DHCP client. If VPN PPTP client is
connected while the DHCP client is operating, errors will be found. To prevent this
problem, close the DHCP client operation on the [Start] Æ [Program] Æ
[Administrative Tools] Æ [Services] menu of the Windows PPTP client installed.
When Changing Network Interface
Note that all IP sessions in working are disconnected for a while if network interface
(i.e., IP, Gateway, and Subnet Mask) is changed and finally applied while operating a
router.
DB Change
When the DB is changed in the OfficeServ 7200 GPLIM, the system will restart.
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When Using Dynamic IPs of DHCP, PPPoE, and VDSL
When a dynamic IP is used, the public information of ‘Port Forward’ and ‘Static NAPT’ is
not automatically changed. Therefore, ‘Fixed IPs should be used for the VoIP related
services that the setups of ‘Port Forward’ and ‘Static NAPT’ menus are required. In
addition, the ‘Fixed IP’ are used for the VPN services that the setups of WAN IP
addresses are needed
Cautions before operating the IDS Module
The alert of the IDS Module is remained in the system log. Therefore, the IDS Item
should be set to [On] in the [System] Æ [Log] Æ [Configuration]. If not so, the alert is
not remained, and whether the intrusion that is detected cannot be confirmed.
. When Deleting Internet Temporary Files
If the Data server package is upgraded, Internet temporary files should be deleted.
Select [Internet Explorer] Æ [Tools] Æ [Internet Options] menu and click the [Delete
Cookies] and the [Delete Files] buttons in [Internet Temporary Files] area. If these files are
not deleted, the webscreen of Data Server may not be displayed correctly.
When Using a Web Browser
Use Microsoft Internet Explorer(version 6.0 or higher) as the web browser for the
maintenance of the Data Server. Other web browsers are not supported.
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INTRODUCTION
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Purpose .........................................................................................................................................................3
Document Content and Organization.............................................................................................................3
Conventions...................................................................................................................................................4
Console Screen Output .................................................................................................................................4
Reference ......................................................................................................................................................5
Revision History.............................................................................................................................................5
SAFETY CONCERNS
6
Symbols .........................................................................................................................................................6
Caution ..........................................................................................................................................................7
CHAPTER 1. Overview of OfficeServ 7200 Data Server
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Introduction to the OfficeServ 7200 ................................................................................................................13
Introduction to the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server ...........................................................................................14
CHAPTER 2. Installing the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server
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Software Installation ........................................................................................................................................17
Getting Starting ................................................................................................................................................19
CHAPTER 3. Using the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server
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Network Menu ...................................................................................................................................................22
Network .......................................................................................................................................................23
NLB..............................................................................................................................................................34
Utility............................................................................................................................................................37
Firewall Menu....................................................................................................................................................38
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NAT .............................................................................................................................................................39
Firewall ........................................................................................................................................................43
Port Menu ..........................................................................................................................................................48
Port ..............................................................................................................................................................49
VLAN ...........................................................................................................................................................53
MAC.............................................................................................................................................................57
Layer2 Menu......................................................................................................................................................59
RSTP ...........................................................................................................................................................60
Port Trunking ...............................................................................................................................................63
GVRP ..........................................................................................................................................................64
IGMP Snooping ...........................................................................................................................................66
Authentication ..............................................................................................................................................69
Layer3 Menu......................................................................................................................................................71
General ........................................................................................................................................................71
Configuration ...............................................................................................................................................72
List ...............................................................................................................................................................78
Status ..........................................................................................................................................................82
IPMC Menu ........................................................................................................................................................84
General ........................................................................................................................................................85
Configuration ...............................................................................................................................................86
Status ..........................................................................................................................................................93
QoS Menu..........................................................................................................................................................95
Group...........................................................................................................................................................96
Policy ......................................................................................................................................................... 104
Management.............................................................................................................................................. 105
Status Menu .................................................................................................................................................... 106
Connection................................................................................................................................................. 106
Statistics .................................................................................................................................................... 108
Monitoring .................................................................................................................................................. 109
Service....................................................................................................................................................... 110
VPN Menu........................................................................................................................................................ 112
IPSec ......................................................................................................................................................... 113
L2TP .......................................................................................................................................................... 121
PPTP ......................................................................................................................................................... 124
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Status ........................................................................................................................................................ 126
IDS Menu ......................................................................................................................................................... 127
IDS Config ................................................................................................................................................. 128
VoIP Service Menu ......................................................................................................................................... 139
Configuration ............................................................................................................................................. 140
External Server .......................................................................................................................................... 143
DHCP Server ............................................................................................................................................. 143
DHCP Relay Agent .................................................................................................................................... 148
VoIP NAPT ................................................................................................................................................ 149
SIP ALG..................................................................................................................................................... 150
System Menu .................................................................................................................................................. 152
SNMP ........................................................................................................................................................ 153
DB Config .................................................................................................................................................. 156
Admin Config ............................................................................................................................................. 157
Log............................................................................................................................................................. 158
Time Configuration .................................................................................................................................... 160
Upgrade ..................................................................................................................................................... 162
Appl Server ................................................................................................................................................ 163
Reboot ....................................................................................................................................................... 163
My Info Menu................................................................................................................................................... 164
ANNEX A. VPN Setting for Windows XP/2000
165
IPSec Setting ............................................................................................................................................. 165
PPTP Setting ............................................................................................................................................. 178
ABBREVIATION
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A ................................................................................................................................................................ 180
B ................................................................................................................................................................ 180
C ................................................................................................................................................................ 180
D ................................................................................................................................................................ 180
E ................................................................................................................................................................ 180
G................................................................................................................................................................ 180
H ................................................................................................................................................................ 181
I.................................................................................................................................................................. 181
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L................................................................................................................................................................. 181
N ................................................................................................................................................................ 181
M................................................................................................................................................................ 181
R ................................................................................................................................................................ 181
P ................................................................................................................................................................ 181
S ................................................................................................................................................................ 182
T ................................................................................................................................................................ 182
V ................................................................................................................................................................ 182
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CHAPTER 1. Overview of OfficeServ 7200
Data Server
This chapter introduces the OfficeServ 7200 system and OfficeServ 7200 Data Server.
Introduction to the OfficeServ 7200
The OfficeServ 7200 is a single platform that delivers the convergence of voice, data, wired
and wireless communications for small offices. This ‘office in a box’ solution offers TDM
voice processing, voice over IP integration, wireless communications, voice mail, computer
telephony integration, data router and switching functions, all in one powerful platform.
The OfficeServ 7200 Data Server provides the network functions of a switch, router, and
network security.. This document describes the data and routing capabilities of OfficeServ
7200 Data Server.
OfficeServ 7200 Configuration
For information on the configuration, features, or specifications of the OfficeServ 7200,
refer to the ‘OfficeServ 7200 General Description ’.
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Introduction to the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server
The OfficeServ 7200 Data Server provides the following functions:
Unmanaged Switch
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The switch performs the function of a layer 2 Internet switch as well as the Learning
Bridge function based on the MAC address filtering and forwarding algorithm.
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The LIM module provides 16 LAN ports per module. Each port is 10/100 Base T, auto
sending, full duplex. OS 7200 can support up to 8 unmanaged LIM.
Managed Switch
When the LIM is installed in slot 2 with a Data Server in slot 1, it can function as a managed
switch by using an access interface LAN on the Data Server. OfficeServ 7200 supports 1
managed LIM.
As a managed switch, the following features are support:
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802.1D Spanning Tree – The switch configures and processes the forwarding tree based
on the spanning tree algorithm to prevent a packet forwarding loop in the switch.
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Layer 2 802.1p Packet Priority QoS – The switch extracts the priority field from the
Ethernet frame configured according to the 802.1p specification standard, and
discriminatively processes the frame according to the priority of the specified operation.
The switch then maps packets to a designated queue. Up to 2 output queues, Low and
High, are supported per egress port with queuing type of Weighted Round Robin or All
High before Low. For devices that do not support 802.1p, OS 7200 LIM can be
configured to create an enforceable priority.
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Supports Virtual LAN (VLAN) – The Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) groups the
related equipment by the work group according to the LAN operational policy regardless
of the location of the user equipment. VLAN removes the effects of unnecessary
broadcasting packets and configures a stable switching subnet only for the corresponding
group by separating and processing the group in the virtual LAN. The VLAN can be
configured based on the switch port, MAC address, and 802.1Q tag.
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IGMP Snooping – IGMP Snooping provides a method for intelligent forwarding of
multicast packets within a layer 2 broadcast domains. By snooping IGMP registration
information, a distribution list of work stations is formed that determines which endstations will receive packets with a specific multicast address.
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802.3x Layer 2 Flow Control – Flow control is performed according to the value set for
incoming rate and/or outgoing rate. Limiting the rate at which a port can receive or send
traffic is used to ease congestion on bottlenecks in the network and provide simple
prioritization when the network is busy.
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Router Functions
• Manages paths and performs queuing for data packets on both external WAN and internal
LAN
• Performs static or dynamic routing.
• Supports RIPv1(Routing Information Protocol version1), RIPv2, and OSPFv2(Open
Shortest Path First version2),
• Functions as a client such as Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol(DHCP), Point-toPoint Protocol(PPP), and Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) over the
Ethernet WAN interface.
• Performs High-level Data Link Control(HDLC), PPP, or frame relay encapsulation over
the Serial WAN interface.
• Supports IP multi-casting
− Supports IGMPv1(Internet Group Management Protocol version1), IGMPv2
protocol
− Supports DVMRP(Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol), PIM-SM(Protocol
Independent Multicast-Sparse Mode) multicast routing protocol
• Performs functions by using an access interface for WAN.
− 3-10/100 Ethernet Ports: Used for WAN or LAN interfaces
− 1-10-Base T Ethernet Port Used for WAN or LAN Interface
− 1-Serial WAN Port: Used for a private data line by connecting a data circuit unit such
as DSU and CSU(supports V.35)
• Network Load Balance(NLB) Function
− Enables to distribute the load equally by specifying multiple Gigabit Ethernet lines
or Serial interfaces as WAN and raise the availability by automatically sharing the
load to the other lines when a line does not work.
Data Network Security
• Outbound and Inbound NAT(Network Address Translation)/PT(Protocol Translation)
− Controls an access to internal resources through conversion between the Global IP
and Private IP
• Firewall
− Controls an access from outside by the extended access list.
− Intrusion Detection System(IDS)
− Detects and notifies an access to unauthorized areas by the access list
− Recognizes and notifies unauthorized packets by applying the basic intrusion rule
for packets.
− Detects and blocks DoS attacks such as SYN flood.
• Virtual Private Network(VPN)
− Function as a VPN gateway based on PPTP(Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol),
L2TP(Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol), IPSec(Internet Protocol Security protocol)
− Performs privacy and integrity through VPN tunneling and data encryption.
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Data Network Application
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Functions as data network applications such as NAT/PT, Firewall, VPN, DHCP, and
Application Level Gateway(ALG)
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Executed as application software that operates in the Data Server board
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Application Level Gateway(ALG)
− Supports ALG for VoIP signaling and media traffic, allowing flawless VoIP
packets to be transferred while the security function is active.
•
DHCP Server
− Automatically sets network environment for IP equipment on other functional blocks
of the OfficeServ 7200 system.
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DHCP Relay Function
− Enables to connect to external DHCP server for automatic network environment
setup of IP units in the other function block of the OfficeServ 7200 system.
QoS Function
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Performs the treatment of the priority for the second layer frame under 802.1p
standards(Switch function)
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Treats the priority queue for the third layer packet and performs the priority queue for a
specified IP.
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Treats the priority queue for the fourth layer packet and performs the priority queue for
RTP packet.(UDP/TCP Port)
Management Function
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Supports a specialist level debugging function through Telnet connection
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Supports configuring and verifying the functional block operations of the data server
through a browser
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Exchanges IDS data and alarm data with the system manager
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Execute program upgrade through local administrator PC
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Program upgrade
− Upgrades program through TFTP
− Upgrades program through HTTP
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CHAPTER 2. Installing the OfficeServ 7200
Data Server
This chapter describes the installation and login procedures for the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server.
Software Installation
OfficeServ 7200 Data Server software is pre-installed. The software package is composed of
the following items described below:
Package
File
Description
Bootrom
Package
Data Server-bootldr.img-vx.xx
Data Server-bootldr.img-vx.xx.sum
Boot ROM program
Main Package
Data Server-pkg-vx.xx.tar.gz
Upgrade package for HTTP
Data Server-os..img-vx.xx
Upgrade package of ‘OS’ partition for
TFTP
Data Server-firmware.img-vx.xx
Upgrade package of ‘firmware’ partition
for TFTP
Data Server-configdb.img-vx.xx
Upgrade package of ‘configdb’ partition
for TFTP
Data Server-logdb.img-vx.xx
Upgrade package of ‘longdb’ partition for
TFTP
Data Server-flash1.img-vx.xx
Data Server-flash1.img-vx.xx.sum
File to copy to the first flash
memory(fusing)
Data Server-flash2.img-vx.xx
Data Server-flash2.img-vx.xx.sum
File to copy to the second flash
memory(fusing)
Software Package Configuration
Each package has a separate file for checking the checksum, and x.xx represents the
version.
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Data Server Installation
Setup the environment as follows to access the Data Server.
1.
Insert the Data Server board into slot 1 and the LIM board on slot 2 of the OS 7200
cabinet.
•
When installing the Data Server board set the connections of shunt pin #1, 2, 3 and 4
to the direction of the back panel to connect the Data Server board and the LIM
board via the back panel. In this case, the LAN port is de-activated if the UTP cable
is connected to the port.
•
If the shunt pins of JP1, 2, 3 and 4 are towards the front direction of the Data Server
board connect the LAN port of the Data Server board and a certain port of the LIM
board to the LAN cable.
2.
With a Cross Over cable connect a PC to port #1, 2, or 4 of the Data Server module or
with a straight cable connect a PC to a port of the LIM board (Tied to Port 3). The
programmer will need to configure the TCP/IP settings to match the corresponding
default IP address of the Data Server shown in step 3.
3.
Using Internet Explorer navigate to one of the folling IP addresses to access the
management interface of the Data Server.
The IP initial value of the Data Server board is set as follows:
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P1 - (Ethernet 0) 10.0.0.1/24 (https://10.0.0.1)
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P2 - (Ethernet 1) 10.0.1.1/24 (https://10.0.1.1)
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P3 (LIM) - (Ethernet 2) 10.0.2.1/24 (https://10.0.2.1)
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P4 – (Ethernet 3) 10.0.3.1/24 (https://10.0.3.1)
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Caution for the Use of a Web Browser
The version of the Internet Explorer should be 6.0 or higher for the maintenance of the
Data Server. Other web browsers are not supported.
Getting Starting
1.
Start Internet Explorer and enter the IP address of the Data Server into the address bar.
The login window shown below will appear:
2. Login using the administrator ID and password. The following window will appear: (The
default administrator name is “admin” and the default password is “admin”.)
Click the [Logout] button on the upper right section of the window to close the connection to
the Data Server .
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Click on the [Data] button to use the menus for the Data Server shown in the following
window:
When the ‘Data’ button is clicked the Network menu is automatically selected and the
submenus of the Network Menu appear on the left section of the window. Descriptions on
each submenu is provided in ‘Chapter 3. Using the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server.
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CHAPTER 3. Using the OfficeServ 7200 Data
Server
This chapter describes how to use the menus of the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server.
The menus of the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server are as follows:
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Network Menu
When the [Network] menu of the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server is selected the submenu of the
[Network] menu is displayed on the left top of the screen.
Menu
Network
NLB
Utility
Submenu
Description
Ethernet 0
User configuration for Ethernet port, P1
Ethernet 1
User configuration for Ethernet port, P2
Ethernet 2
User configuration for Ethernet port, P3
Ethernet 3
User configuration for Ethernet port, P4
Serial(V.35)
Configuration of V.35 Serial port
DNS
Configuration of a Domain name server
Network Link
Configuration of Ethernet port speed and transfer method
ARP
Management of additional ARP deletion
Network status
Brief description of all port configuration information
Configuration
User configuration for NLB function organization
Management
Operation of NLB function
Ping
Connection test of the communication with another system via Ping
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Network
The [Network] menu displays the five network interfaces built-in to the Data Server. This
menu sets IP information, transfer speed, and transfer mode of each interface. In addition, this
menu sets DNS, ARP, Network Load Balancing, and has a ping utility.
Note: It is recommended that your network interfaces be programmed before any other
options in the Data Server.
Ethernet Setup
[Network] Æ [Ethernet]
Select one of four Ethernet categories to display the setup window below. The selection fields
are displayed depending on the method used for the corresponding interface. According to the
selection of fields, different sub-setup window is displayed on the lower section of the window.
The details by fields are as follows:
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WAN: The following protocol types can be selected in WAN:
− Static IP: Select Static IP if your Internet service account uses Fixed IP (Static) IP
assignment.
− PPPoE: Select PPPoE if your Internet service account uses PPP over Ethernet login
protocol, such as in ADSL account.
− DHCP: Select DHCP if your Internet service account uses Dynamic IP assignment,
such as a Cable Modem account.
•
LAN: The following protocol types can be selected in LAN:
− Private: Select to assign the internal network numbers based on private IP address.
− Public: Select to assign the internal network numbers based on public IP address.
•
NONE: Select when the corresponding interface is not used.
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The detailed setup in accordance with the selection of each field is as follows:
WAN Æ Static IP
Select the WAN-Static IP category to display the following configuration window: The details
by fields are as follows:
•
WAN: Static IP
− IP: Enter the public IP address assigned to the current network interface.
− Netmask: Enter the netmask address of the current network interface.
− MTU: Enter the maximum transmission frame size.
− Gateway: Enter the public IP address received from Internet Service Provider or the
IP address of a router.
− Default Gateway: Mark the check box in the Default Gateway field to select the
default gateway interface when two interfaces are used for the external network.
•
Transparent Proxy: Proxy-ARP is used when hosts or networks are added in the
Transparent Proxy field. Up to 128 Proxy-ARPs can be set in the OfficeServ 7200 system
without the change of the existing network. To add entries, click the [Add] button and
enter the following IP address and netmask . To delete entries, select the entry to be
deleted and click the [Delete] button.
•
IP Alias: Is used to add up to 32 IP addresses. To add entries, click the [Add] button and
enter the following IP address and netmask . To delete entries, select the entry to be
deleted and click the [Delete] button.
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WAN Æ PPPoE
Select the WAN-PPPoE field to display the following setup window: Enter the ID and
Password of the ADSL account that is assigned from the ISP providing ADSL service based
on dynamic IP.
Check the “Option” check box in the lower section to display Method, MTU, and DNS setup
window .
The details by fields are as follows:
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Method: Authentication Method
•
MTU: Input of the maximum transmission frame size(default: 1492)
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DNS
Auto: Automatically receives DNS information from ISP
− manual: Does not receive DNS information.
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WAN Æ DHCP
Since the [WAN] Æ [DHCP] item is automatically set without any additional configuration
steps just click the [OK] button to complete the setup.
Input the Vendor ID if it is required. For the auto-assignment of DNS information just check
the [Auto] radio button. If DNS information must be entered manually check the [Manual]
radio button.
LAN Æ Private IP
Enter the IP address and the netmask value to be assigned to the network interface connected
to the internal network in the IP field and the netmask field of the ‘LAN: Private IP’ table
below. The IP Alias field is the same as the corresponding input field displayed when selecting
WAN Æ Static IP. After the completion of the setup, click the [OK] button.
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LAN Æ Public IP
Enter the IP address and the netmask provided by the ISP. The IP Alias field is the same as the
corresponding input field displayed when selecting WAN Æ Static IP. After the completion of
the setup, click the [OK] button.
NONE
NONE is selected when any interface is not selected.
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Serial (V.35) Setup
This is a submenu to specify V.35 Serial port.
Interface Type
The Interface Type table is configured in the same way as that of Ethernet tables in the
previous sections. Refer to the Interface Type setup of the Ethernet setup.
Serial Basic
The Serial Basic table sets the basic information of the Serial Interface. Select one of the Serial
Protocols in the Encapsulation field of this table to display the configuration window.
•
Serial Interface Name: Name of the current serial port
•
Physical Line Type: Physical line type of the current serial port
•
MTU: Maximum packet size to be transferred at once
•
Encapsulation: Selection of the serial protocol to be used
Cisco-HDLC Configuration
Set the Encapsulation type as Cisco-HDLC to display the Cisco-HDLC Configuration window.
Specify the value for each field, and click the [OK] button to store the configuration.
•
Keep-Alive Interval: Keep-Alive inspection time interval
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Keep-Alive Timeout: Time to decide the failure of Keep-Alive
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IP Address: IP address of the serial port
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Gateway: IP Address (Peer Address) of the serial port
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Default Gateway: Mark the check box to set this gateway as the default gateway. (This
item is displayed if WAN is set.)
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PPP Configuration
Set the Encapsulation type as PPP Protocol in the Encapsulation field to display the PPP
Configuration table. Specify the value for each field, and click the [OK] button to store the
configuration.
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Keep-Alive Interval: Time interval to check Keep-Alive
•
Max Keep-Alive Count: Count of Keep-Alives to estimate as the disconnection
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Authentication: Information for PPP authentication
PAP, CHAP and None: Authentication method
Name and Password: Administrator ID and Password
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IPCP Dynamic-IP: Use of Dynamic-IP function to support IPCP
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IP Address: IP address of the serial port
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Gateway: Gateway IP Address(Peer Address) of the serial port
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Default Gateway: Mark the check box to set this gateway as the default gateway. (This
item is displayed if WAN is set.)
Frame-Relay Configuration
Set the Encapsulation type as Frame-Relay protocol to display the Frame-Relay Configuration
table. Specify the value of each field, and click the [OK] button to store the configuration.
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LMI Type: LMI type of Frame-Relay
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Keep-Alive Interval: Time interval to check Keep-Alive
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N391: Cycle to request all status information. The information on all status is requested at
every cycle specified in the N391 field. As usual, only Keep-Alive is exchanged.
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N392: Count of Keep-Alives to estimate as the disconnection
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N393: Buffer size to record success/failure of Keep-Alive. The value of N393 should be
bigger than that of N392.
PVC Interface
Select the Frame-Relay protocol and then click the [OK] button to display the PVC Interface
table. Enter the value of each field and press the [Add] button to create new PVC.
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DLCI: Number of DLCI(a type of network address)
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IP Address: IP Address to be used by PVC
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Gateway: Gateway IP Address(Peer Address) of PVC
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Default Gateway: Mark the check box to set this gateway to default gateway. (This item is
displayed if WAN is set.)
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MTU: Maximum size of the packet to transfer at once
To edit the setting of a specific PVC, select the target PVC from the list and enter the target
information into each item. Click the [Edit] button.
To delete a specific PVC, mark the check box of the corresponding PVC and click the [Delete]
button.
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Serial Interface Summary
The Serial Interface Summary table briefly displays the current information of the serial port.
The following figure is an example that uses Cisco-HDLC protocol and specifies the IP
address as 172.16.0.2/16.
DNS
Click this menu to display the following configuration window. Enter the domain name and
the IP address of the DNS server to the Domain name field and the DNS server field. Then
click the [OK] button to store the domain name and the IP address.
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Network Link
The Network Link menu is used for the setup of connections, transmission speeds and
transmission modes by network interfaces.
Note: Ethernet 3 can only change Duplex type.
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Ethernet: Logical name of each Ethernet port
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Type: Type of Ethernet Cables/SFP GBIC Adapters
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Link: Ethernet connection status
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Negotiation: Setup of auto and force modes
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Speed(Mbps): Transmission bandwidth of the corresponding Ethernet interface
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Duplex: Transfer mode of the corresponding Ethernet interface
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MAC: MAC addresses by Ethernet interfaces
ARP
ARP list
The ARP menu is used for the addition/deletion/management of the ARP information in each
Ethernet interface.
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Type: ARP status
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IP: IP address sent ARP
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Mac: Mac address sent ARP
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Static ARP add
The Static ARP add window is used to add Static ARP to the ARP table.
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Ethernet: Ethernet to add a static MAC Address
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IP: IP address to be added
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Mac: MAC Address to be added.
ARP Age Time
The ARP Age Time window is used for the setup of the cycle (at Leaset 600 sec. unit: sec.) to
delete the unused ARP in the ARP table.
ARP Refresh
The ARP Refresh window is used for the modification of the changed ARP information in the
ARP table of a route or a host when the network is changed. In the host or the route with the
destination IP, the Mac with the current source IP is updated into the Ethernet Mac of the
OfficeServ 7200 system.
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Ethernet: Ethernet to be changed
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Source IP: IP to be changed
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Destination IP: host or Mac to be changed
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Network Status
Select the Network Status submenu to display the Network Status window. The window
displays the access network of each Ethernet interface and its information.
NLB
Select the [Network] menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the
window as follows:
The Data Server can support up to 5 external WAN interfaces. The system can distribute the
Internet access traffic to each external interfaces by using the NLB function. For effective
access traffic balancing, the system uses the ‘Weighted Round Robin’ method. The NLB
menu is used for the setup of the Network Load Balancing function.
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Configuration
[Network] Æ [NLB] Æ [Configuration]
This menu sets the network load balancing function. If you select this menu, the following
configuration window is displayed. The details for each item is as follows:
Network Load Balance Configuration
The Network Load Balance Configuration is valid when at Leaset two network interfaces are
specified as the external network interface. For example, if T1 private line and ADSL line are
selectively connected to Ethernet 0 Interface (eth 0) and Ethernet 1 Interface (eth 1), the higher
weighted value is given to the eth 1 connected with ADSL line that its bandwidth is relatively
bigger and the lower weighted value is given to the eth 0. In this way, the load balancing according
to the performance of the external network line is performed. The system has the Failover function
that a different internal network interface line automatically backs up when any failure occurs in
some of multiple external interfaces.
The details by fields are as follows:
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NLB Weight: Relatively higher load is distributed in the line of the external interface side
that higher numerical value is assigned. The weighted value for each external interface
should be the greatest common divisor (minimum irreducible unit).
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Static Configuration
Along with the Network Load Balance Configuration, the Static Configuration window is used
to pass a specific external network interface line by separately specifying the traffic session to
satisfy a specific condition. In this window, entries can be added or deleted by clicking the
[Add] or the [Delete] button in the bottom of the window. 0.0.0.0 of the IP address field and
all ‘0s’ of the port field indicates all IP addresses all port numbers, respectively.
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Source: Source IP address, netmask and port number of transfer session
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Destination: Destination IP address, netmask and port number of transfer session
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Traffic distribution: Interface and protocol that transfer session passes through
− Protocol: Protocol to be applied
− Gateway: External network interface that the corresponding traffic session passes
through(if the default gateway is selected, the load balancing by Network Load
Balance Configuration is applied.)
− Backup: Backup interface to perform the failover function when any failure occurs in
the external network interface line selected in the Gateway field.(For the application
of load balancing, select default gateway.)
The input of 0.0.0.0 in the IP address and netmask input field represents that any IP addresses
are allowed as the source and the destination IP addresses.
In addition, all ‘0s’ of the source port number means that any port number is allowed as the
source port number.
Network LoadBalance Management
This item enable to execute/close the NLB function. If you select this item, the following
window is displayed. The details for each item are as follows:
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Activity: Current activity
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Action: Click the [Run] button to start the NLB service.
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If the OfficeServ 7200 system is restarted the NLB service will automatically return to its
last state.
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Utility
Select the [Network] menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the
window as follows:
Ping
The Ping menu is used to initiate a ping test.
The [Destination IP] item is used to enter the destination address of a remote host to check if
communication is being established. Enter the target information into the [Destination IP]
item and click the [Run] button. Then, a ping test is executed.
Only one destination IP can be tested of each time and the radio button of the IP to be tested is
checked. The radil button of the destination IP on the top is default.
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Firewall Menu
Select the [Firewall] menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the
window as follows:
Menu
NAT
Firewall
Submenu
Description
Management
To select the use of NAT function
Configuration
To set the private IP sharing function
Port Forward
To set the port forwarding function
Static NAT
To set the static forwarding function
Management
To select the Firewall (Filter) function
Configuration
To set the Firewall (Filtering) policy
Remote Access
To permit or block the remote access to the system
IP Filtering
To block a specific IP access
URL Filtering
To block the web access to the specified site
ICMP Redirect
To block ICMP Replay of the system
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NAT
The Network Address Translation (NAT) menu is used for the assignment of a network using
private IPs.
Management
The use of NAT is set to “Enable” by default.
Setting
Description
Enable
Activates the NAT function.
Disable
Inactivates the NAT function.
Configuration
The administrator can set up a network configured with private IPs. A private IP can then be
transferred to the Internet through an authenticated IP.
Basic Mode
This table configures a network by using the minimum value of the options required for the
configuration of a private network.
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Description
WAN IP
To set a general IP. Set up the connected port after selecting a dynamic IP for ADSL
or Cable modem.
Inside
To enter a network address to configure a private network or select the range of
netmask.(/: netmask, -: range, *; all)
Outside
To enter the network address connected to WAN or select the range of netmask.(/:
netmask, -: range, *; all)
Index No.
To select the location to insert the entered rule.
Advanced Mode
This table allows the administrator to select and set up a port or protocol that is not included to
the basic configuration additionally.
Category
Description
Port
For only some specific ports, It is allowed to set up for the outside.
Protocol
Select TCP and UDP protocols. Both TCP and UDP are set up for ‘All’.
The administrator can view the current status of the configuration on Configuration List.
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Port Forward
This table allows for the connecting to a PC with a private IP inside the system, from the
outside environment.
Basic Mode
The basic mode is set up by using the minimum value of the options for port forwarding.
Category
Description
Inside IP
To set the IP to be connected from the outside.
Outside
To enter the network address connected to WAN or select the range of netmask.(/:
netmask, -: range, *; all)
WAN IP
To set an authenticated IP.(/: netmask, -: range, *; all)
Insert
To select the location to insert the entered rule.
Advanced Mode
The administrator can select and set up ports or protocols that are not included in the basic
configuration additionally.
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Description
It is available to set up as only some specific ports are allowed to transfer to
the outside.
Port
Protocol
Select a TCP and UDP protocol. For ‘All’, both TCP and UDP should be set
up.
Configuration List displays the current setup status.
Static NAT
This window allows the administrator to connect a PC, which has a private IP on the internal
system, to the outside. The administrator can designate the port range and the port is mapped
by 1:1.
Category
Description
Inside IP:Port
.To set an IP connected to the outside and a port.
WAN IP:Port
To set a port to be connected to the configured WAN IP.
Protocol
To select a protocol.
Insert
To select a location to insert the entered rule.
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Firewall
The administrator can set up the filtering for the traffic forwarding through the system using
this menu.
Management
The Management submenu activates/inactivates the Firewall filter function.
Setting
Description
Enable
To enable the Firewall Filter function
Disable
To disable the Firewall Filter function
Configuration
The administrator can set up the firewall filtering policy for the packets passing through the
system.
Basic Mode
Enter the minimum options required for packet filtering.
Category
Description
Source IP
To set the origination IP. . (/: netmask, -: range, *; all)
Destination IP
To set the destination IP. .(/: netmask, -: range, *; all)
Target
To select Allow or Deny.
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Advanced Mode
This window allows the administrator to assign additional options for packet filtering.
Category
Description
Source IP
To set the origination IP. .(/: netmask, -: range, *; all)
Destination IP
To set the destination IP. .(/: netmask, -: range, *; all)
Port
To set the port.
Protocol
To set the protocol.
Time Set
To set the time to apply the filtering rule.
Target
To set the permission of target.
Insert
To select a location to insert the entered rule.
This table displays the current setup status.
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Remote Access
The Remote Access menu is used to allow or deny access to the Data Server from inside or
outside the LAN.
Default Policy
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Allow: The basic policy is set to ‘Allow’ and the administrator can set up the policy by
using ‘Target’ information.
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Deny: Blocks all accesses from the inside and outside except the PC that is set up as the
manager IP.
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Administration IP: Enter the manager IP. Pay attention on entering this IP because all
access for other IP Addresses will be denied.
Category
Description
Source IP
To set the origination IP. .(/: netmask, -: range, *; all)
Port
To set the port.
Protocol
To set the protocol.
Time Set
To set the time to apply the remote access rule
Target
To set the permission of target.
Insert
To select a location to insert the entered rule
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IP Filtering
The Administrator can perform IP Filtering via this menu .
Category
Description
Source IP
To set the origination IP. .(/: netmask, -: range, *; all)
Destination IP
To set the Destination IP .(/: netmask, -: range, *; all)
Port
To set the port.
Protocol
To set the protocol.
Time Set
To set the time to apply the remote access rule
Insert
To select a location to insert the entered rule
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URL Filtering
The Administrator can deny web access to PCs connected to the system.
Category
Description
Source IP
To set the origination IP.
Keyword
To enter the keyword of the site to deny.
Time Set
To set the time to apply the filtering rule.
ICMP Filtering
The Administrator can deny the INTERNET CONTROL MESSAGE PROTOCOL (ICMP)
Reply packet. Select the target interface and enable the interface to apply to this table.
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Port Menu
The Port Menu is used for the management of the Switch Ports (when LIM card is installed in
slot 2). Select the [Port] menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the
window as follows:
Menu
Port
VLAN
MAC
Submenu
Description
Configuration
To set the switch port environment.
Statistics
To display the information and statistics on the transmission method, link
status and speed.
MISC
To set the mirroring function and other switching functions.
QoS
To set layer 2 QoS by giving priority compulsorily to specific ports.
Configuration
To configures Virtual LAN (VLAN).
Port VID
To set the Port VID: the process method for untagged packets when the
VLAN mode is ‘Tag-based VLAN’.
Classification
To set VLAN based on protocol or MAC.
Static
Address
To set MAC address to a static address table of the switch.
Dynamic
Address
To retrieve the dynamic address table or delete a MAC address.
Filter Address
To enter a MAC address and set to filter the frame data that has the same
MAC address information with the entered value in the switch.
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Port
The administrator can set the functions for the ports and retrieve information on the ports in
the [Port] menu.
Configuration
This table allows the administrator to set the configuration of the switch ports in the [Port] Æ
[Configuration] menu.
Item
Description
Port
There are16-switch ports.
All ports can be processed at once through the ‘All’ item.
Active
Sets whether to use a port or not.
Negotiation
- Auto: Adjusts the speed through a negotiation with the counterpart.
- Force: Sets the speed without a negotiation with the counterpart.
Set the negotiation item as ‘Force’ If setting the Duplex item as ‘Full’.
-Nway Force: Sets the Flow Control after negotiation
Speed/Dpx
- Speed: Ports 1-12 can be set to 10/100 Mbps. Ports 13-14 are 1000 Mbps only.
- Duplex(Dpx): Select Set Full(two-way service) or Half(one-way service). Ports 1314 are Full Duplex Only.
Flow Ctl
Sets whether to use the function for flow control. The flow control is processed
according to the value set at Rate (%) In/Out (Entry rate/Exit rate).
Rate(%)
In/Out
Controls the flow by setting the entry rate and exit rate by ports. The unit is the Rate
(%) of the port speed. If the function of flow control is not used (The item of Flow Ctl
is not checked), the value is set as ‘0’.
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Security
Sets whether to allow updating the MAC address table. The source MAC address is
not updated at the switch port where the ‘Security’ item is not checked. Therefore,
no terminal connects to the port.
If entering the Static MAC address of a specific value to the switch port where
‘Security’ is checked, normal service is provided to the terminal having the entered
MAC address. Therefore, the security service is provided by the method that a
terminal, which is not allowed,(a terminal having a MAC address not entered to the
Static MAC address) is not used.
Priority
If set as ‘Low’ or ‘High’, the priority is set as ‘Low’ or ‘High’ regardless of the
configuration value of QoS bit for the packet entered to the relevant port.
It is available to set Priority when the QoS mode is not First Come First
Service (FCFS) in the [Port] Æ [QoS] menu.
Statistics
The user can retrieve the link status and statistics for each port on the switch in the [Port] Æ
[Statistics] menu. Clicking the [Reset] button, will reset all statistics to ‘0’.
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Input Packets: Number of packets received
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Input Dropped: Number of packets that are received but dropped without successfully
being switched
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Input Errors: Number of error packets received
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Output Packets: Number of packets are transmitted
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Output Dropped: Number of packets that are transmitted but dropped
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Output Errors: Number of packets that are transmitted to the port that encountered errors
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Collisions: Number of times that a collision occurs between a packet received to the port
and a packet transmitted with being switched
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MISC
Select [Port] Æ [MISC] to set the mirroring function and other switch functions.
Item
Description
Mode
Sets the use of the mirroring function.
- Off: Mirroring function not used
- Receive: Mirroring for incoming packets
- Transmit: Mirroring for outgoing packets
- Both: Mirroring for incoming/outgoing packets
Monitoring Port
Assigns a port for monitoring. Generally, this means a connection to a
PC for monitoring.
Monitored Port
Assigns a port where the monitoring wil be performed. The monitoring
port and the monitored port cannot be the same port.
MAC Age-Out Delay
Bound
Sets the duration that a MAC address remains in the address table. The
default is 300 seconds. If the LAN Port connection is released, the MAC
address is deleted immediately.
Broadcast Storm Filter
Mode
The switch buffer can be set to 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 % load. If this value
is exceeded, the broadcast packet will be discarded.
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QoS Configuration
Select [Port] Æ [QoS Configuration] to give set priorities according to the packets sent to
the switch or process QoS by giving priority compulsorily to a specific port.
Item
Description
QoS Mode
Select the QoS mode.
- First Come First Service: Packets are transmitted according to there incoming
order.(QoS function not used)
- All High before Low: Method that a packet that has higher priority is transmitted
prior to a packet that has lower priority than that packet. A packet is not
transferred until the packets that are higher priorities than the packet are all
transmitted.
- Weighted Round Robin: Method to transmit packets in the rate
that high
priority packets and low priority packets are configured at an established rate
(Weight). For example, if setting High Weight to ‘5’ and Low Weight to ‘2’, the five
high priority packets are transmitted before the two priority packets are
transmitted.
Weight
Sets the rate of High weight and Low weight when the method of ‘Weighted Round
Robin’ is used.
Delay Bound/
Max Delay
Time
Sets the time limit to prevent the low priority packets from being delayed too much
when the QoS mode is selected as ‘All High before Low’ or ‘Weighted Round
Robin’. The unit of ‘Max Delay Time’ is ms (1/1000 second) and the default is
255 ms. If a low priority packet is not switched even though the established time is
exceeded, the packet will be processed preferentially.
High Priority
Levels
There are 8 tags to indicate priority. Level 0~Level 7 does not indicate the actual
value of the priority and it is set as a level having higher value has the priority
against a level of a lower value. The GPLIM processes priority by separating the
two Queues, ‘High’ and ‘Low’.
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VLAN
This menu is used to configure the Virtual Local Area Networking (VLAN).
Configuration
Select [VLAN] Æ [Configuration] to display the VLAN configuration window.
The VLAN mode is classified using four VLAN configuration methods depending on the
selected mode.
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802.1 Q(IVL) Tag Based VLAN
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MAC Based VLAN
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Port Based VLAN
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802.1 Q(SVL) Tag Based VLAN
Enter the VLAN name and ID, then click the [Add] button. Check the target VLAN and click
the [Delete] button to delete the VLAN.
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VLAN Untagged Members: Select the port that will send Ethernet frame that deletes TCI
information if one of 1 to 17 ports is set to be sent by being switched.
Tagged VLAN configuration is available by connecting a terminal that IEEE 802.1Q is
not supported to the selected port.
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VLAN Tagged Members: Select the port that will keep, and send TCI information if one
of 1 to 17 ports is set to be sent by being switched. Connect a terminal that IEEE 802.1Q
is supported.
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MAC Based VLAN
VLAN is configured for each MAC address. VLAN is configured without information on port
and the number of a VLAN member may change. Up to 256 MAC members can be saved
either in a single VLAN or in multiple VLANs.
Since a MAC Based VLAN does not basically contain port information, the port serves as a
VLAN member by receiving packets. Thus, the ARP packet must be transmitted to the switch
to enable members of a VLAN to exchange packets.
Select ‘MAC’ from VLAN Operation Mode of the <VLAN Configuration> screen. Select the
corresponding VLAN and enter VLAN Name and VLAN ID and click the [Add] button to
display the following screen. Enter the MAC address into [Classification] menu.
Port Based VLAN
This option is used to configure the VLAN on a port basis. A single port can be assigned to
multiple VLANs. In such cases, broadcast packets transmitted by the port is transmitted to all
VLANs containing the port. Ports not assigned to any VLANs serve as a single VLAN.
Select ‘Port’ from VLAN Operation Mode of the <VLAN Configuration> screen. Select the
corresponding VLAN and enter VLAN Name and VLAN ID and click the [Add] button to
display the following screen. Select the corresponding port from VLAN Members and click
the [OK] button.
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802.1Q (SVL)
• 802.1Q(SVL) can be set and operate with the same method as 802.1Q(IVL).
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IVL (Independent VLAN): Each VLAN operates while maintaining each MAC address
table. Because the security is enhanced, data cannot be exchanged directly among VLANs.
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SVL (Shared VLAN): All VLANs operates while maintaining a MAC address table.
Because the security is not tightened and the MAC address table exists for all ports, data
can be exchanged among VLANs.
Port VID
If the VLAN mode is set for ‘Tag-based VLAN’, then the Port VID is set at the [VLAN] Æ
[Port VID] menu to determine the processing system for untagged packets.
Item
Description
Port VID
- VLAN ID for an untagged packet.
- When an untagged packet is sent to the corresponding port, the packet
is switched to the VLAN corresponding to the Port VID.
Forward Only this VLAN
If the received tagged packet tag is different from Port VID when this item
is marked, discard the packet. When this item is not marked, the packet
is re-sent according to the received tag information.
Drop Untagged Frame
If this item is marked, discard the untagged frame. If not, the untagged
frame re-sends the packet to the VLAN corresponding to the setting Port
VID.
Port VID Input Value
Below 255 can be entered for Port VID.
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Classification
In the [Classification] menu, set the values to decide VLAN ID. If the VLAN mode is
‘802.1Q’ in [VLAN] Æ [Configuration], VLAN ID is decided depending on the protocol of
the packet received.
Select the member protocol from [Classification Rule] and click the [OK] button.
Item
Description
Classification Mode
Selected automatically according to the VLAN mode.
In case of 802.1Q VLAN, ‘proto’ is selected. In case of MAC Based VLAN,
‘MAC’ is selected.
Classification Rule
Based on Appletalk, arp, decnet, ip, ipx, sna, and x25, VLAN is set.
Group ID
Group the selected protocol. Up to 1~256 can be registered.
VLAN ID
Decides which VLAN ID is proper for the current group.
Select the group ID from [Select] and click the [Delete] button to delete the group ID.
In the [Configuration] menu, if the VLAN mode is set to ‘MAC’, VLAN ID is decided
according to the received packet MAC address.
Enter the member MAC address into [Classification Rule] and click the [OK] button.
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Classification Mode
Selected automatically according to the VLAN mode.
In case of 802.1Q VLAN, ‘proto’ is selected. In case of MAC Based VLAN,
‘MAC’ is selected.
Classification Rule
According to the received packet MAC address, VLAN can be set.
Group ID
Group the selected MAC address. Group ID can be registered ranging from
1 to 256.
VLAN ID
Decides which VLAN ID is proper for the current group.
Select a Group ID from [Select] and click the [Delete] button to delete the group ID.
MAC
This menu is used to retrieve the address table of the switch and set filtering MAC.
Static Address
Select [MAC] Æ [Static Address] and save a specific MAC address in the address table of
the switch regardless of the connection between the device and switch physically.
That is, without using learning(MAC address table renewal), a specific MAC address can be
saved in the address table. Even if the device is not connected with the switch and MAX
Aging Time(interval of MAC address table renewal) is passed, the corresponding MAC
address is left in the address table of the switch.
Enter the target MAC address and port No. and click the [Add] button to add the MAC
address. Select a specific MAC address and click the [Delete] button to delete the MAC
address.
Select [Port] Æ [Config] and set the security of the port. Then, Learning of the source MAC
address to the port is not established. In this case, a user can access the port only through the
static MAC address set in the port. Thus, by using this access condition, security function can
be configured.
Number of Static MAC Addresses Entered
Up to 50 static MAC addresses can be entered without a port.
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VID Setting
In the mode where 802.1Q VLAN is set, if a setting value is entered in the [Static
Address] and [Filter Address] menus, enter [VLAN ID].
If not, ‘0’ is entered.
Dynamic Address
Select [MAC] Æ [Dynamic Address] to retrieve the dynamic address table.
Filter Address
Use Mac filtering to block unwanted traffics. Enter the target MAC address in the [Filter
Address] menu to block the target packet in the switch. Note that MAC is the destination
address of the packet sent to the switch port.
Enter the target MAC address and port No. and click the [Add] button.
After selecting a specific MAC address, click the [Delete] button.
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Layer2 Menu
Select the [Layer2] menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the
window as follows:
Menu
RSTP
Submenu
Configuration
Sets bridge and port environment used in RSTP.
Status
Retrieves the RSTP operation status of the switch.
Port Trunking
GVRP
IGMP
Snooping
Authentication
Description
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Sets Port Trunking related value in menu.
Configuration
Sets GVRP and Dynamic VLAN Creation services.
Status
Retrieves the status of each port where GVRP is set.
Time Interval
Sets the time related with IGMP Snooping.
Function
Sets the function related with IGMP Snooping.
Forwarding
Table
Retrieves the information of the members registered in IGMP Group.
Management
Sets whether to operate IGMP Snooping.
Configuration
Sets the Authentication service.
Management
Retrieves the setting information of Authentication.
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Configuration
[RSTP] Æ [Configuration]
Item
Description
Protocol Status
Displays the current status of the RSTP protocol.
Bridge
Parameter
Configures the Bridge parameter of the switch that RSTP operates.
- Bridge Priority: Decides the priority of Bridges.
- Hello Time: Sets the transmission cycle of BPDU.
- Max Age Time: Sets the Message Age time.
- Forward Time: Displays the time that the state of each port is changed by
level.(Discarding-Learning-Forwarding)
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Description
- Priority: Standard to select the port to be blocked when the switch loop is
established.
- Force Version: Communication is progressed via the switch connected to the
corresponding port and the BPDU that a user specifies. For ‘0’, STP BPDU is
transmitted. For ‘1’, RSTP BPDU is transmitted.
- Path Cost: Displays the path cost according to the bandwidth when the
connection with the opponent is established.
- portfast: If this value is activated, the corresponding port becomes Edge port
and quickly converted into forwarding state by considering the port is connected
to a terminal device, not a switch device. In addition, if this function is activated,
the MAC address learned in the corresponding port is not canceled even when
all topologies of Bridges are changed.(To connect the port to the STP device,
the portfast function should be canceled.)
- linktype: Displays the type of the link connected to the opponent. The link is
connected as point-to-point in RSTP.
Status
[RSTP] Æ [Status] to display the status of switch RSTP operation.
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Bridge Information
• Designated Bridge Identifier
Its own bridge information is displayed in hexadecimal numbers.
The upper four digits represent the bridge priority and the remaining lower digits are
expressed as the system MAC address.
• Root Bridge Identifier
Among the connected switches, it indicates the identifier of the switch equipment
selected as the root bridge. Therefore, if there is no connection between switches, the
Root Bridge Identifier displays the same information as the Designed Bridge Identifier.
• Root Path Cost
When the root bridge is decided, it displays the calculated cost for the path to the root
switch.
• Root Port
If the current equipment is not the root switch, it indicates the ID of the port
corresponding to the root port.(The figure above indicates 0x8003 of port2. A switch
can have only root port.)
• Last Topology Changed
It indicates the recent time that the RSTP network is reconfigured by the change of the
network configuration between switches.
Port Information
• Port ID
The value is combined with the value of the port priority and the ID value of the port
specified in the system. The highest two digits represents the value of the port priority
and the lowest two digits consist of port index.
• Path Cost
The value indicates the path cost of the corresponding path.
• Port Role
The value indicates the role of the port that selected via the BDPU exchange between
switches. The RSTP Port Role is divided into Disable, Alternate, Backup, Designated,
Root roles.
• Port State
The Port State shows the status of the corresponding port. If a loop is detected via the
BDPU communication, the Port State looks for the port to be blocked in accordance
with Port ID and Path Cost and blocks data communication to prevent the loop from
being constructed in the whole switch. The port state is divided into Discarding,
Learning, Forwarding and Blocking states. In blocking, learning, discarding states, data
communication is not performed. The data communication is performed only in
forwarding state. In addition, the blocking state represents the state that blocks the data
communication by force by detecting a loop via RSTP.
• Designated Root
If a switch connected to the corresponding port is more close to the root switch, the
Designated Root shows the Bridge identifier of the connected switch. Otherwise,
Designated Root shows its own Bridge identifier.
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Port Trunking
Select [Port Trunking] Æ [Configuration] to set the port trunking. Click the [OK] button to
apply the setup to the system. Click the [Refresh] button to display the updated status.
Trunking Configuration
Item
Description
Load Balance
When transferring a packet to the opposite party through a trunk port, the packet
is transferred to a port among members included to the trunk group. Select an
algorithm to select a port for transfer at this time.
The default is Direct-MAP based DMAC & SMAC & SPORT-ID.
- CRC based DMAC & SMAC
- Direct-MAP based DMAC & SMAC
- CRC based DMAC & SMAC & SPORT-ID
- Direct-MAP based DMAC & SMAC & SPORT-ID
System Priority
A protocol setup value used in a LACP. The default is 32768.
System ID
An identification value used in LACP. This value is the same as the value of the
MAC address in the system.
Member Configuration
Item
Group
Description
‘S’ means a static trunk, and ‘L’ means a LACP. It is used for setting up the trunk type of
the group. Up to eight groups can be generated as shown on the screen, and up to four
ports can be included to a group as members. In addition, a member included to a group
cannot be included anther group simultaneously.
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Mode
Displayed when selecting the trunk configuration as ‘LACP’.
It is available to select one of ‘Active/Passive’. For the Active, a LACP packet is transferred
to the opposite party first, based on the system. For the Passive, it is responded only when
receiving a packet from the opposite system.
If the user system and opposite system are all set up as Active, a system that has higher
priority is used as a reference.
Priority
Sets up the port priority. The default is 32768.
Sync
Indicates information connected to the opposite system in ports that are configured
with LACP ports. If configured as a LACP member but the LACP connection is
abnormal for the opposite system, it is displayed as ‘X’. ‘O’ means that a port is
properly operated as a LACP port.
GVRP
The [GVRP] menu is used to start or stop the GVRP service, or to modify the GVRP service
for each port.
Configuration
Select [GVRP] Æ [Configuration] to start/stop the GVRP and the Dynamic VLAN Creation
services.
On the <GVRP Basic> window, specify the GVRP configuration as Enable and click the
[Save] button to display the following window and modify the GVRP configuration for each
port.
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Click the [OK] button to save the information of each port and click the [Refresh] button.
Then, the latest information of the port is displayed.
Item
Description
Port
Port Number
Status
GVRP configuration Information
Registration
Registration mode with Normal, Forbidden and Fixed conditions
Applicant
Applicant mode with Normal and Active conditions
Join
Interval for Join Transfer Time
Leave
Value of Leave Delay Time
LeaveAll
Value of LeaveAll Transfer Time
Status
Select [GVRP] Æ [Status] to display the information of the port that GVRP is configured.
GVRP Machine
Item
Description
Port
Port Number
Applicant
State
Current Status of Applicant State Machine
Register State
Current Status of Register State Machine
GVRP Statistics
Item
Description
Port
Port Number
Join Empty
Number of Join Empty packets
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Join In
Number of Join In packets
Leave Empty
Number of Leave Empty packets
Leave In
Number of Leave In packets
Empty
Number of Empty packets
IGMP Snooping
The [IGMP Snooping] menu is used for the configuration of IGMP Snooping functions and
the query of the configured information.
Time Interval
Select [IGMP Snooping] Æ [Time Interval] to configure the time related to IGMP Snooping.
Categories
Description
VLAN
Selects the VLAN to be configured.
Group Membership
Configures the time to exit from the multicast forwarding database list when
new report does not exist.
Last Member Query
Indicates the time to wait a response report after sending a query to check if
the host is the last host when multicast router receives a leave message
from a host. If the report is not replied until the time is elapsed, the host is
deleted from the group.
Max Response
Configures the maximum time until its response when IGMP Snooping
query is received.
Other Query
Configures the time until the operation as a querier starts when a query
from the multicast router doest not exist.
Select the VLAN and the Category to configure, enter the time and click the [OK] button to
store the configuration.
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Function
Select [IGMP Snooping] Æ [Function] to specify the functions related to IGMP Snooping.
Categories
Description
VLAN
Selects the VLAN to be configured.
Querier
Specifies the operation as IGMP querier when the multicast router does not
exist.
Immediate Leave
Deletes a host from the group immediately when receiving the Leave Message.
Cross VLAN
Forwards multicast packets to all ports regardless of VLAN.
Flood DPM
If no member exists in the IGMP group, sets whether to forward multicast
packets.
Querier and Immediate Leave can be set of each VLAN, but Cross VLAN and Flood DPM can
be set on a bridge basis.
Forwarding Table
Select [IGMP Snooping] Æ [Forwarding Table] to display the information on the members
registered in IGMP Group.
Click the [Refresh] button to update the information displayed on the web screen into the
latest information.
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Management
Select [IGMP Snooping] Æ [Management] to specify the operation of IGMP Snooping.
According to VLANs, the IGMP Snooping can be operated respectively.
If, however, Global is set to Disable, all VLANs become in Disable mode.
IGMP Snooping Management
In Global Disable mode, other pages except the Management page are not be
displayed.
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Authentication
This menu is used to retrieve the setting information or set the authentication.
Configuration
When selecting [Authentication] Æ [Configuration] if the activity
[Authentication] Æ [Management] is ‘Stop’, the following window appears:
status
of
If the activity status of [Authentication] Æ [Management] is ‘Running’, the following
window will appear:
Item
Description
Control
Indicates the authentication mode of each port of user authentication.(802.1x).
- None: Authentication is not performed for the port.
- Force-authorized: Admits the port forcibly.
- Force-unauthorized: Block the port forcibly.
- Auto: Allows the port through authentication from the Radius server and blocks
the port.
Reauth
Used for re-authentication.
Reauth-Period
Indicates re-authentication cycle when Reauth is set.
(1-4294967295sec) default: 3600 sec
Tx-Period
Indicates the cycle that sends Request regularly to supplicant. (1-65535sec) default:
30 sec
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Supp-Timeout
Indicates the time before re-sending to the user when EAP is requested.(165535sec) default: 30 sec
Sever-Timeout
Indicates the time before re-sending to the device when server authentication of a
server is requested.(1-65535sec) default: 30 sec
Re-authentication setting and the cycle setting are applied only when setting is changed
because there is default value.
Management
Select [Authentication] Æ [Management] to activate/deactivate the authentication of system.
When executing [Run] of Action if Activity is set to Stop, items of [Authentication] Æ
[Configuration] can be set. When executing [Stop] of Action if Activity is set to Running,
user authentication is deactivated.
Setting 802.1x user authentication indicates that there is the Radius server that has the user
information. The host IP address, host, and key should be registered of the Radius server to be
used. The default of the Radius Host Port is 1812 port. Click the [OK] button after the setting.
Then, the setting is applied.
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Layer3 Menu
Select the [Router] menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the
window as follows
Menu
Submenu
General
Configuration
List
Status
Description
Routes
Displays the routing table of the Data Server.
Management
Starts or Stops RIP and OSPF.
Static
Sets a static route.
RIP
Sets RIP.
RIP Interface
Sets RIP Interface
OSPF
Sets OSPF protocol.
OSPF
Interface
Sets OSPF interface..
Access List
Sets access-list.
Prefix List
Sets prefix-list.
Route Map
Sets route-map.
Key Chain
Sets the key used for the authentication of RIP v2.
RIP
Displays the RIP network information.
OSPF
Displays the OSPF neighbor information.
General
This menu is used to start/stop RIP and OSPF services or to retrieve the routing table of the
Data Server.
Routes
Select [General] Æ [Routes] to retrieve the routing table of the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server.
Item
Type
Description
- C: Network directly connected to the Data Server network interface
- S: Static network set by a administrator
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- R: Path information received from another router via RIP
- O: Path information received from another router via OSPF protocol
* >: Whether to have activated routing table
Network
Network/Netmask information of route
Entry
Route Information.
Management
Select [General] Æ [Management] to start/stop the RIP or OSPF services.
Configuration
This menu is used to set static routes, RIP, and OSPF protocols.
Static Route
Select [Configuration] Æ [Static] and set a static route. After setting the target item click the
[Save] button.
Enter the Static Route command.
When the entered command is successfully executed the configuration is directly applied to
<Current Status> of [Router] Æ [Configuration] Æ [Static].
Help
.Select the argument corresponding to the ‘ip route’ or ‘no ip route’ command.
Click [Argument] to display all arguments corresponding to the command..
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Current Status
Displays the current static table from the Data Server.
Displayed information is identical to [Router] Æ [General] Æ [Routes].
Item
Description
Type
- S: Network statically set by an administrator
- *>: Whether to include activated routing table.
Network
The Network/Netmask information of the route
Entry
Description of the route
RIP
Select [Configuration] Æ [RIP] to set RIP.
Enter the RIP command. If the entered command is successfully executed the execution result is
directly applied to <Current Status> of [Router] Æ [Configuration] Æ [RIP].
Help
Select the Argument corresponding to the RIP command.
Clicking the [Argument] item displays all arguments corresponding to the command.
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RIP Basic
After entering the data of each item click the [OK] button. Then, the applied value is
displayed in the <Current Status> window.
Displays the command configuration currently entered.
RIP Interface
Select [Configuration] Æ [RIP Interface] to set RIP.
Select the target interface and enter the protocol configuration command directly.
If the entered command is successfully executed the execution result is directly applied to <Current
Status> of [Router] Æ [Configuration] Æ [RIP Interface].
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Help
Select an argument corresponding to the RIP interface command.
Select the [Argument] item to display all arguments corresponding to the command. Select
one from all arguments.
RIP Interface Basic
After selecting each item click the [OK] button. Then the applied value is displayed in the
<Current Status> window.
Displays the command configuration currently entered.
OSPF
Select [Configuration] Æ [OSPF] to set OSPF protocol.
Enter the protocol configuration command directly.
If the entered command is successfully executed, the execution result is directly applied to
<Current Status> of [Router] Æ [Configuration] Æ [OSPF].
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Help
Select the argument corresponding to the OSPF command.
Clicking the [Argument] item displays all arguments corresponding to the command.
OSPF Basic
After entering all data click the [OK] button. Then the applied value is displayed in the
<Current Status> window.
Displays the command configuration currently entered.
OSPF Interface
[Configuration] Æ [OSPF Interface]
Select the target interface and enter the protocol configuration command directly.
If the entered command is successfully executed, the execution result is directly applied to
<Current Status> of [Router] Æ [Configuration] Æ [OSPF Interface].
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Help
Select the argument corresponding to the OSPF interface.
Clicking the [Argument] item displays all arguments corresponding to the command.
OSPF Interface Basic
After selecting each item, click the [OK] button. The applied value is displayed in the
<Current Status> window.
Display the command configuration currently entered.
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Access List
Select [List] Æ [Access List] to set access list. Enter all data and then click the [OK] button.
Item
Description
ID
Sets the access list name
Action
Allows or prohibits the packet that matches the condition.
Source Match
Sets the match conditions.
- Any: All packets
- Host: A host
- Network: Network range
Exact match
Available when ID is set to word and when match condition is set to Network. Sets
only the packets matched correctly with the prefix.
Destination
Match
If theAccess List ID ranges from 100 to 199 or from 2000 to 2699, Destination
Match can be set as well as the Source Match condition
Any - All packets
Host - A host
Network - Network range
If the entered command is successfully executed, the execution results are directly applied to
<Current Status> of [Router] Æ [List] Æ [Access List]. For example, when Access-list is
entered, the <Current Status> window is displayed as follows.
Click the [Delete] button to delete the corresponding access-list.
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ID
Access-list name information
Entry
Access-list description
Prefix List
Select [List] Æ [Prefix List] and set Prefix-list. After setting the target item, click the [OK]
button.
Item
Description
ID
Sets the prefix-list name
Seq
Sets the sequence No. of the prefix list
Action
Allows or rejects the packets matched
Prefix Match
Sets the match condition
- Any: All packets
- Network: Network range
ge
The ge parameter specifies the prefix length. The prefix list will be applied if the
prefix length is greater than or equal to the ge prefix length.
le
The le parameter specifies the prefix length. The prefix list will be applied if the
prefix length is less than or equal to the le prefix length
If the entered command is successfully executed the execution results are directly applied to
<Current Status> of [Router] Æ [List] Æ [Prefix List]. For example, when a prefix is entered,
the <Current Status> window is displayed as follows:
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The prefix-list information being set in the Data Server can be displayed. Click the [Delete]
button to delete the entry of the selected prefix list. Click the [Delete All] button to delete all
entries of the prefix list.
Item
Description
ID
Prefix-list name information
Entry
Prefix-list information
Route-Map
Select [List] Æ [Route-Map] to set the route map of OfficeServ 7200 Data Server. Set the
following item and then click the [OK] button.
Item
Description
Name
Route-map name
Action
Sets whether to apply set operation.
Sequence
Sets the sequence No. to additionally add a route-map.
If the entered command is successfully executed, the command execution is immediately
applied to the <Current Status> from [Router] Æ [List] Æ [Route-Map]. Enter the target
route-map as shown in the figure above.
Then, the <Current Status> is displayed as follows.
The information of the route-map set in OfficeServ 7200 Data Server can be checked. Click
the [Delete] button to delete the target route-map. Click the [Edit] button to display the
following window. Through the window, the Set/Match operation of the corresponding routemap can be set.
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Description
Name
Route-map name
Entry
Route-map information
Items related with Match operation are described as follows:
Item
Description
IP
- Address: Sets access-list or prefix-list for an IP to be matched.
- Next-hop: Sets the Next-hop IP to be matched.
Metric
Sets the metric value to be matched.
Items related with Set operation are described as follows:
Item
Description
IP
Sets the next-hop of the BGP table.
Metric
Sets the metric of the BGP table.
Weight
Sets the weight of the BGP table.
Community
Sets the community of the BGP table.
Metric-Type
Sets the metric type of the BGP table.
- Type 1: External Type 1
- Type 2: External Type 2
Local Preference
Sets the local preference among BGP attributes.
When the match condition is met and Action is set to Permit, the job corresponding to Set operation
is performed. If the command is successfully executed, the execution result is directly applied to
<Current Status>.
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Sequence
Match/Set operation Sequence No. of route-map
Entry
Match/Set operation information of route-map
Click the [Prev] button to move to the route-map window mentioned above. Click the [Delete]
button to delete the target Match/Set operation.
Status
RIP
This menu is used to display the RIP connection status and information.
Item
Description
Network
Displays network information.
Next-hop
Next-hop address of the RIP route that sends neighbor
Metric
Metric information
From
Displays the connected address.
If
Displays the interface information.
Time
Update time
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OSPF
This menu is used to check the OSPF connection status and information with the other party’s
router.
Item
Description
Neighbor ID
Neighbor ID of the router of the counterpart
Pri
Priority
Status
Connection progress status
Dead Time
End time
Address
Address of the counterpart
Interface
Connected interface
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IPMC Menu
Select the [IPMC] menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the window
as follows:
Menu
General
Configuration
Status
Submenu
Description
Mroutes
Displays Multicast Routing Entry.
Management
Starts/Stops IPMC protocol demons.
IGMP
Displays or changes IGMP configuration.
DVMRP
Displays or changes DVMRP default configuration.
DVMRP Intf
Displays or changes VIF of DVMRP.
PIM-SM
Displays or changes PIM-SM default configuration.
PIM-SM Intf
Displays or changes VIF PIM-SM.
IGMP Groups
Displays IGMP Group information.
DVMRP
Displays DVMRP neighbor and Prune information.
PIM-SM
Displays PIM-SM Neighbor information.
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General
Mroutes
This menu is used to display multicast routing entries being shown in this window.
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Mroute: Multicast Routing identifier
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Uptime: Time passed after starting the operation of multicast routing entry
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Expires: Rest time until multicast routing entry is expired
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Flags: Multicast routing feature flag. Refer to the description on the lower side
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Incoming: Name of VIF to which multicast is sent
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Outgoing: List of VIF where multicast is sent
Management
This menu is used to run or stop dvmrpd and pimd, IPMC protocol demons. <Current
Status> of Management shows the current status of each demon. To change the demon status,
select another status from [Action] and click the [OK] button.
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Protocol: IPMC protocol
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Current Status: Current IPMC protocol demon status
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Action: New status of IPMC protocol demon status
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Configuration
IGMP
This menu is used to display and change IGMP configuration.
IGMP & Help
IGMP commands can be entered and executed. Enter the target command into the input field
and click the [OK] button. Then, the command is executed.
IGMP Basic
Enter new information and click the [OK] button to change the default configuration of IGMP.
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Interface: Select the target IGMP interface and select All. Then, all interface configuration
values are applied.
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IGMP Query Interval: Cycle of sending IGMP Membership Query
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Max Response Time: Maximum time of waiting a response after sending Membership
Query
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IGMP Interface Information
This menu is used to display the IGMP interfaces.
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Address: IGMP group address
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Intf: IGMP interface name
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Querier Address: IP address of IGMP interface that sends membership query. IP address
of Designate Router(DR)
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Query Interval: Cycle of sending Membership Query
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Max Resp Time: Maximum time of waiting a response to Membership Query
Configuration / DVMRP
This menu is used to set DVMRP.
DVMRP & Help
Enter a command into DVMRP field and click the [OK] button to execute the command.
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DVMRP Routes
This menu is used to display DVMRP Route items in use.
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Source Network: VIF network address to which multicast packets flow
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Flags: DVMRP route feature flag. N=New, D=Direct Connected, H=Hold down
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Intf: VIF name to which multicast packets flow
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Neighbor: DVMRP neighbor IP address that provides information on DVMRP route
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Metric: DVMRP route Metric(=distance) value
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Uptime: Time passed after using the DVMRP route item
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Expires: Left time until the DVMRP route item is expired
DVMRP Intf
This menu is used to add or set DVMRP VIF.
RD Interface
This menu is used to add L3 interface where an IP address is set to DVMRP VIF. Select the
target interface to be added to VIF from the Interface item, enter the target value, and click the
[Add] button.
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Interface: Select the target L3 interface
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Reject Non-pruners: Non-pruners indicate the neighbors that only support DVMRP with
the previous version. Mark if this is not communicated with the DVMRP with the
previous version.
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Metric: Metric(=distance) value to be used for multicasting routing by VIF
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DVMRP Interfaces
This menu is used to display the configuration DVMRP VIF. To delete a specific VIF, check
the check box on the left and click the [Delete] button.
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Intf: DVMRP VIF name
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Address: IP address of DVMRP VIF
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Type: DVMRP VIF type. Tunnel, Point-to-Point, Broadcast
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Neighbor Count: Number of neighbors connected to DVMRP VIF
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Remote Address: Address of the other party in case of Tunnel or Point-to-Point type.(Peer
Address)
PIM-SM
This menu is used to set PIM-SM.
PIM-SM & Help
Enter the target command into the input field of PIM-SM and click the [OK] button.
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PIM-SM Basic
This menu is used to set BSR and RP of PIM-SM protocol. Mark the check box on the right
and enter the configuration values. Click the [OK] button to apply the values. Mark the check
box of the target item and click the [Delete] button.
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RP Address: When setting static RP, enter the IP address of RP
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RP Candidate: When setting RP Candidate, select VIF and enter the target priority.(Low
value has high priority.)
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BSR Candidate: When setting BSR Candidate, select VIF and enter the target Mask
Length and Priority.(High value has high priority.)
BootStrap Information
This menu is used to display the information on BootStrap router.
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RP Information
This menu is used to display the information on RP router. Click the [Delete] button to delete
all RP configurations.
PIM-SM Intf
This menu is used to set PIM-SM VIF.
RD Interface
This menu is used to add PIM-SM VIF. Select the target L3 interface from the Interface item,
enter the target values, and click the [Add] button to add PIM-SM VIF.
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Interface: Select the target L3 interface to be added to PIM-SM VIF
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Mode: Select the target PIM-SM protocol mode. Sparse, Passive
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DR Priority: Enter the priority value used when selecting Designate Router (DR). (High
value has high priority.)
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Hello Interval: Cycle of exchanging hello packets with connected PIM-SM neighbors
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PIM-SM Interfaces
This menu is used to display the VIFs added to PIM-SM. To delete a VIF, click the check box
on the left and click the [Delete] button.
IGMP Groups
This menu is used to display the information on registered IGMP group.
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Group Address: IGMP group address
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Intf: IGMP interface name
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Uptime: Time passed after IGMP group is created
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Expires: Left time until the IGMP Group information is expired
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Last Reporter: Client IP address that sends the last membership report
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Status
DVMRP
This menu is used to display the DVMRP protocol status.
DVMRP Neighbors
This menu is used to display the information on the DVMRP neighbor whose information is
exchanged.
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Neighbor Address: IP address of DVMRP Neighbor
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Interface: VMRP VIF name
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Uptime: Time passed after being connected
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Expires: Left time until the Neighbor connection information is expired
DVMRP Prune Information
This menu is used to display DVMRP Prune items.
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Source Address: Host Ip address that sends multicast packets
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MaskLen: Mask length of DVMRP Prune
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Group Address: Multicast group address
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State: Flags that display the DVMRP Prune status. Refer to the description on the lower
side
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FCR Cnt: DVMRP Forwarding Cache count
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Expires: Time passed after the DVMRP Prune information is created
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ReXmit: Left time until retransmission
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PIM-SM
This menu is used to display the neighbor list of PIM-SM protocol.
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Neighbor: Neighbor IP address
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Intf: IP address of VIF connected with neighbor
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Uptime: Time passed after being connected with neighbor
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Expires: Left time until the Neighbor connection information is expired
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Ver: Version of the PIM-SM protocol used for the connection
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DR Priority: Designate Router(DR) priority of neighbor
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DR: Displays whether the neighbor is Designate Router(DR)
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QoS Menu
Select the [QoS] menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the window
as follows:
Menu
Group
Submenu
Description
Port Group
Retrieves, sets, edits, or deletes a port group
IP Group
Retrieves, sets, edits, or deletes an IP group
Filter Group
Retrieves, sets, edits, or deletes a filter group.
Class Group
Retrieves, sets, edits, or deletes a class group.
Policy
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Set up the class for a port.
Management
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Starts or stops the execution of a QoS and sets to execute when
the system reboots.
Ingress
Configuration
Retrieves, sets, edits, or deletes values of a Ingress.
Management
Starts or stops the Ingress QoS
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Group
The [Group] menu is used to retrieve, set, edit, or delete a port group, an IP group, a filter
group, or a class group.
Port Group
Select [Port Group] to retrieve, set, edit, or delete a port group.
Click the [Add] button in the above window to display a window from which a port group can
be set.
Enter the target ID and port No. and click the [Save] button.
Click the [Add] button to add a port, and click the [Delete] button after marking the checkbox
to delete the target port.
Item
ID
Description
Name of the port group
- Should include both letters and numbers.
- Group ID shall start only with letters, not numbers.
- No blanks should be left in between characters.
Port
- Port range
- Enter ‘0’ to set all ports
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IP Group
Select [IP Group] to retrieve, set, edit, or delete an IP group.
Click the [Add] button in the above window to display a window from which an IP group can
be set.
Enter the target ID and port No. and click the [Save] button.
Click the [Add] button to add an IP, and click the [Delete] button to delete the target IP.
Item
ID
Description
Name of the IP group
- Should include both letters and numbers.
- Group ID shall start only with letters, not numbers.
- No blanks should be left in between characters.
IP
IP address
/: Used for entering subnet
-: Used for entering the range of IPs
Enter ‘0.0.0.0/0’ to set all ports.
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Filter Group
Select [Filter Group] to retrieve, set, edit, or delete a filter group.
If ‘dev_voip’ is registered as the filter group as shown above, the filtering rule is as follows:
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‘Source’ and ‘Destination’ items are the information set in the [Port Group] and [IP
Group] menus.
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All TCP packet traffics of which the internal IP is Develop_Team (192.168.0.0/24) and
the connection port is VoIP(10000~20000) are filtered with a priority of ‘1’.
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The filter is then associated with the class group set at the [QoS] Æ [Group] Æ [Class
Group] menu.
Click the [Add] button in the above window to display a window from which a filter group
can be set. Set the items and select the target IP and port from the list and click the [Save]
button.
Filter means a configuration filtering for the values in the packet header. Values set in [QoS]
Æ [Group] Æ [Port Group] and [IP Group] are used. Protocols and TOS fields can also be
filtered. In addition, priority can be set for each filter and apply the filtering rule according to
the priority.
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Class Group
Select [Class Group] to retrieve, set, edit, or delete SPQ class group and HTB class group. A
class includes information on the defined filtering rule and the bandwidth that should be
assigned to the filtered traffic.
SPQ Class Group
Click the [Add] button of the SPQ Class Group list in the <Class Group> window. Then, the
window that can set SPQ class group appears. If Class Type is set to leaf, the window
displayed is as follows. Set the ID and filter of leaf class and click the [OK] button.
When the Class type is set to root, the window is as follows. Set the root class ID and child
class and click the [OK] button.
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Description
Configuration window depends on the type of the class to be set.
- root: Sets the root class.
- Leaf: Sets the leaf class.
High
Sets the leaf class whose priority will be set to high.
Middle
Sets the leaf class whose priority will be set to middle.
low
Sets the leaf class whose priority will be set to low.
Filter List
Sets the filtering rule for the target traffic in the target class.
SPQ
SPQ queue is the simplest queuing method. The priority of the leaf class can be set to
high, middle, or low. From the highest priority, service is provided.
HTB Class Group
Click the [Add] button of HTB Class Group List in the <HTB Class Group> window to
display the window where HTB class group can be set. If the class type is root, the window is
displayed as follows. Set each item and click the [OK] button.
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If the class type is general, the window is displayed as follows. Set each item and click the
[OK] button.
If the class type is non-leaf, the window is displayed as follows. Set each item and click the
[OK] button.
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If the class type is leaf, the window is displayed as follows. Set each item and click the [OK]
button.
Item
Class Type
Description
Configuration window depends on the type of the class to be set.
- root: Sets the root class.
- general: Sets the class that connects the root with the leaf classes.
- non-leaf: Sets the default class.
- Leaf: Sets the leaf class.
Parent ID
If the target class is a child class of another class, set the parent class in the Parent ID
item. Do not set the Parent ID if the target class is the root class(highest level class
physically connected to the device) or if the default class(class including the bandwidth
for traffics that do not belong to a filter).
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Description
If several classes compete to occupy leftover bandwidths or if all classes attempt to
occupy excess bandwidth, set the priority so that the class with the highest priority
occupies the bandwidth first.
MTU
The Maximum Transmit Unit(MTU) represents the maximum amount of packets that
can be transmitted at a time. It is recommended that this configuration does not
exceed the maximum packet size (1504 Byte) of Ethernet. If this item is not entered,
the default value, ‘1500’ Byte, will be applied.
Rate
This is the basic bandwidth needed for setting class for an assigned bandwidth.
Ceil
Maximum value of assigned bandwidth.
Burst
Size of data that can be sent by the class.
Cburst
Maximum data size that can be sent at a time.
Filter List
Sets filtering rules for the class.
Leaf Qdisc
Set a desired Qdisc for the Leaf Qdisc parameter when setting the lowest level class.
Parameter
Scheduling
Changes the bandwidth of the class based on day and hour.
Parameter
Click the [Add] ort [Delete] button to add or delete.
Because of the attribute of QoS layer, the class to be set may be the highest class(Root Class)
or the lowest class(Leaf Class). In addition the class to be set is classified into Parent class and
Child class.
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Policy
The [Policy] menu is used for setting a class for a port. Enter the following items and click the
[Save] button to select a class for a port.
Item
Description
Device
Selects a port(eth0, eth1, eth2, V.35, or HSSI)
QDISC Type
Selects QDISC to be applied to the port.
R2Q
R2Q is used as a variable for calculating the amount of Deficit Round
Robin(DRR).(Bps/r2q)
Root Class
Class connected to the port. Select the class group from the class group list.
Default Class
This class defines the bandwidth for incoming traffics that are not applicable to
all filtering rules. Select the class group from the class group list.
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Management
This menu is used to execute, stop, and re-execute QoS. In addition, this menu is used to
execute or stop the execution of the ‘Scheduling Parameter’ set in [QoS] Æ [Group] Æ
[Class Group].
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Status Menu
Select the [Status menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the window
as follows:
Menu
Connection
Submenu
Sessions
Description
Displays the information on the IP and port connected to the Data
Server.
Statistics
Devices
Displays the Data Server network statistics by classifying Tx and Rx of
each device.
Monitoring
Protocols
Displays Data Server network statistics of each protocol.
Current
Provides the Data Server network statistics in the table format in real
time.
History
Displays the Data Server network statistics on an hourly, weekly,
monthly, yearly basis.
Process
Services
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Displays the information on processes being operated in Data Server.
Displays service status in a table format by classifying various functions
provided by Data Server into Security, Router, and Management.
Connection
The [Connection] menu is used to display the Data Server session connection status.
Sessions
This menu is used to display the information connected to Data Server.
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Description
Protocol
Type of the protocol connected with session(UDP, TCP)
Src IP
Source IP
Src Port
Source port
Status
- UNREPLIED: Packets that are expected to be answered are received, but there is
no response packet.
- ASSURED: There is no response packet.
(‘UNREPLIED’ is changed to ‘ASSURED’.)
Dst IP
Destination IP
Dst Port
Destination port
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Statistics
This menu is used to display Data Server network statistics of each device and protocol.
Devices
Select [Statistics] Æ [Devices] and display the Data Server network statistics by classifying
received part and transmitted part of each device.
Item
Description
Devices
Port type
Bytes
Total number of bytes received or transmitted
Packets
Total number of packets received or transmitted
Errs
Number of packets where an error occurs
Drop
Number of packets lost
Fifo
FIFO queue is full(FIFO Overrun)
Frame
Ethernet header is not met the format(Frame Alignment Error)
Compressed
Number of compressed packets
Multicast
Number of multicast packets
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Protocols
Select [Statistics] Æ [Protocols] and display the Data Server network statistics of each
protocol(Unit: Byte)
Monitoring
This menu is used to display the Data Server network statistics in real time or display as
accumulation value of a certain period.
Current
This menu is used to display the Data Server network statistics in real time, and the data is
updated every 5 seconds.
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History
This menu is used to display CPU use, available memory capacity, and network statistics of
the Data Server as the accumulation value on an hourly, weekly, monthly, and yearly.
Service
This menu is used to display the status of the Security, Router, and Management services
provided by the Data Server a table format.
If ‘Auto Start’ is set to ‘On’, the services are provided automatically while the system reboots.
If ‘Activity’ is set to ‘Running’, the service is being performed. If ‘Activity’ is set to ‘Stopped’,
the service stops.
Security
This menu is used to display the current status of the Security service provided by the Data
Server.
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Router
This menu is used to display the current status of the Router service provided by the Data
Server.
Application
This menu is used to display the current status of the Application service provided by the Data
Server.
Management
This menu is used to display the current status of the Management service provided by the
Data Server.
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VPN Menu
Select the [VPN] menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the window
as follows:
Menu
IPSec
Submenu
Configuration
Management
Description
Sets up IPSec.
Allows/Inhibits execution of IPSec. Sets whether to execute IPSec
when the system reboots.
L2TP
Certificate
Generates or deletes a certificate.
Configuration
Sets up L2TP.
Management
Allows/Inhibits execution of L2TP. Sets whether to execute L2TP
when the system reboots.
PPTP
Configuration
Management
Sets up PPTP.
Allows/Inhibits execution of PPTP. Sets whether to execute PPTP
when the system reboots.
STATUS
IPSec
Checks if IPSec tunnel is properly connected.
L2TP/PPTP
Checks if L2TP/PPTP is properly connected.
Setting up VPN Client in Windows XP/2000
Setting up VPN client in MS Windows is required when IPSec and PPTP are set in the
[VPN] menu in the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server. For detailed information on setting
method, refer to ‘Appendix A’..
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IPSec
IP Security Protocol(IPSec) provides security services in the IP layer through implementing
Internet Key Exchange(IKE). The security service is categorized into two services depending
on remote equipment: the services providing security tunnels between local subnet and remote
subnet, and between local subnet and remote host.
Even if IPSec can be set up to provide a security tunnel between local host and remote host the
Data Server board is used for a gateway not a host. Thus this service is not used.
Since IPSec setting requires two gateways for a security tunnel local configuration and remote
configuration have the same items.
IPSec Tunnel Mode
OfficeServ 7200 Data Server only supports the IPSec Tunnel mode.
The transport mode is not supported. In addition, if the WAN interface is used for
SERIAL, IPSec is not supported. Since a SERIAL line is used for a dedicated line,
IPSec is not required for the security.
Config
On the [IPSec] Æ [Configuration] menu, the administrator can add, delete, and search an
IPSec tunnel.
The menu buttons are defined as shown below:
Item
Description
Add
Creates IPSec tunnel
Delete
Deletes IPSec tunnel
Edit
Modifies IPSec tunnel data
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Add
Click the [Add] button from the <IPSec Connection> window to display the window below.
Enter the value of each item and click the [Add] button to add an IPSec tunnel.
Item
Description
Connection ID
ID composed of certain letters(Required)
IP Address
External IP address(Required)
Router
Router IP address
Subnet IP
Internal IP address
Subnet Mask
Internal subnet mask
RSA Key/
Selects host authentication method
Preshared Key
- RSA Key: Public key is RSA key of Local settings. Click the [Download] button
/Certificate
to store RSA key to your PC, and send it to other PC through a path. After RSA
key of Remote settings
receives file in the target PC through a path, click the
[Upload] button to enter a key value.
- Preshared Key: Authentication method entering password.
- Certificate: its own certificate and the CA certificate that authenticates the
previous certificate are used for the authentication. For Local settings, select a
certificate from the certificate list.(If selecting a certificate, the Local ID of
Advanced is entered automatically) For Remote settings, enter Remote ID. It is
available to check the integrity of the host certificate registered to Local.
If the value of the ‘Router’ item is not entered, the ‘IP address’ item of the Local settings and
Remote settings will be used as the ‘Router’ item.
If the ‘Subnet IP’ item value and the ‘Subnetmask’ item value are not entered in the Remote
settings, the security tunnel between local subnet and remote host will be added. Then, remote
IPSec client can operate as a part of local subnet.
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Router Value Configuration
If ‘IP Address’ of ‘Local settings’ and the network address of ‘IP Address’ of ‘Remote
settings’(the result of Netmask for IP Address) are identical, enter the value of ‘IP
Address’ of ‘Remote settings’ as the value for the ‘Router’ of ‘Local settings’ and enter
the value of ‘IP Address’ of ‘Local settings’ as the value for ‘IP Address’ of ‘Remote
settings’.
Connection ID Value Configuration
The value of Connection ID should be configured of alphanumerical characters and the
first character should be an alphabet.
(The value cannot be composed of only numbers.)
Advance
Click the [Advanced] button from the <IPsec Add> or <IPsec Mod> window to display the
following window and it is available to set up detailed items of IPSec.
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Phase1
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Description
Ike mode
- main: Configures a secure channel to perform the ISAKMP exchange
of phase one
- aggressive: Different type of phase one, which is more simple and
faster than the main mode
Encryption-
Supporting Algorithm
Hash Algorithm
3DES-MD5, 3DES-SHA1, AES128-MD5, AES128-SHA1, AES192MD5, AES192-SHA1, AES256-MD5, AES256-SHA1
Key life time
IKE Duration
If Key life time is passed, the host authentication
(the phase one IKE) is performed again.
Phase2
Protocol
Selects a packet authentication protocol
- Authentication Header(AH): Allows the authentication of data
transmitter
- Encapsulating Security Payload(ESP): Allows the authentication and
data encryption
Encryption-
Supporting Algorithm
Hash Algorithm
3DES-MD5, 3DES-SHA1, AES128-MD5, AES128-SHA1, AES192MD5, AES192-SHA1, AES256-MD5, AES256-SHA1
Key life time
The cycle of newly added key used for packet encryption by the
repeated phase two IKE negotiation
Advance
PFS
Selects whether to use a session key transfer/security
Re-Key
Sets whether to add a new key(whether to add a new key and negotiate
again in the phase 1, 2 IKE).
Negotiation
Reattempt count of key exchange when key exchange is failed on the
count
phase 1 IKE
Connection
IPSec Connection Attempt
- initiator: Attempting a connection
- response: Attempt to receive a connection
IPSec/l2tp
Sets when IPSec over l2tpis is used.
(Supports Window XP SP 2.)
DPD
Time out
Effective time when the counterparty receives a DPD packet and
receive packet
Delay
Alive check time of the counter party
Action
Action after Dead Peer Detect
- hold: Waiting for connection
- clear: No more connection
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The aggressive mode only supports the authentication methods of Pre-shared key and
Encryption Algorithm 3DES. The items use defaults and it is available to modify the value of
PFS or Key lifetime for the interaction with other equipments.
Management
The administrator allows/inhibits executing IPSec services on the [IPSec] Æ [Management]
menu. When the system is rebooted in the execution of IPSec, the IPSec service is
automatically performed.
Click the [OK] button on the [Create the new RSA key] item to add a new RSA (public key
password method) key. Use this menu to add a new RSA key if the host authentication method
of RSA key used.
Click the [OK] button after selecting a device in the [External Device] items to apply the
IPsec connection to the device.
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Certificate
The administrator can verify Issue/delete/download of CA Certificate and Host certificate,
addition/delete of an external certificate and the current certificate list.
The menu buttons are defined as shown below:
Item
Description
(CA) Download
CA Certificate download
(CA) Delete
CA Certificate delete
(Ex) upload
External CA Certificate upload
(Ex) Delete
External CA Certificate delete
(Host) Add
Host Certificate add
(Host) Delete
Host Certificate delete
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CA Certificate
Each item of the CA Certificate is defined as follows:
Item
Description
Country name
Country name(Two characters: ex. kr, cn)
State name
State name
Locality name
Local name
Organization name
Company name
Organization unit name
Organization(division) name
Common name
Name
Email address
Email
Password
Certificate password
Confirm Password
Confirming the password of certificate
* Verify the certificate password when deleting CA Certificate.
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External Certificate
The uploaded items of an external certificate are defined as follows:
Item
Description
CA Certificate
External certificate upload
Host Certificate
The uploaded items of the external certificate are defined as follows:
Item
Description
Common name
Name
Email address
Email address
Password
Certificate password
Confirm Password
Confirming certificate password
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L2TP
The administrator can set up the security tunnel between a local subnet and remote host by
using the Layer2 Tunneling Protocol(L2TP). Since it is simpler to set up than IPSec and
software is provided from the Windows operating system, the administrator can apply the
VPN function easily.
Configuration
In the [L2TP] Æ [Configuration] menu, the administrator can create/modify/delete/ retrieve
the VPN tunnel data.
The menu buttons are defined as follows:
Item
Description
Add
Create a PPTP administrator
Delete
Delete a PPTP administrator
Edit
Modify a PPTP administrator information
Add
If clicking the [Add] button on the <L2TP administrator list> window, the following
window appears. Enter each item and click the [OK] button to create a L2TP administrator.
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Administrator
ID
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Description
ID composed of certain letters
Password
Shared password
Dynamic IP
Enter dynamic IP to remote client
Static IP
Enter static IP to remote client(Enter IP address)
Edit
Click the [Edit] button from the <Administrator List> window. Then, the window below
appears. Enter each item value and click the [OK] button to edit VPN tunnel data.
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Management
In the [L2TP] Æ [Management] menu, the administrator can allow/inhibit executing PPTP
services. When the system is rebooted in the execution of L2TP, the L2TP service is
automatically performed.
The administrator can set up the IP range of the remote client that uses dynamic IP in the
‘Local IP range’ item, and set up the IP range of PPP demon responsible for remote client in
the ‘Remote IP range’ item. The encryption method supports ‘pap’ and ‘chap’.
Setting up IP Range
The number of IPs for the ‘Local IP range’ and that for the ‘Remote IP range’ should be
identical.
For example, if the number of IPs for ‘Local IP range’ is 10 and that for ‘Remote IP
range’ is 20, only 10 calls will be set.
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PPTP
The administrator can set up the security tunnel between a local subnet and remote host simply
by using Point to Point Tunneling Protocol(PPTP). Since it is simpler to set up than IPSec and
software is provided from the Windows operating system, the administrator can apply the
VPN function easily.
Configuration
On the [PPTP] Æ [Configuration] menu, the administrator can create, modify, delete, and
retrieve VPN tunnel data.
The menu buttons are defined as follows:
Item
Description
Add
Create a PPTP administrator
Delete
Delete a PPTP administrator
Edit
Modify PPTP administrator information
Add
[Add] Æ <PPTP administrator list>
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Administrator
ID
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Description
ID composed of certain letters
Password
Shared password
Dynamic IP
Enter dynamic IP to remote client
Static IP
Enter static IP to remote client(Enter IP address)
Edit
[Edit] Æ <Administrator List>
Management
In the [PPTP] Æ [Management] menu, the administrator can allow/inhibit executing PPTP
services. When the system is rebooted in the execution of PPTP, the PPTP service is
automatically performed.
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The administrator can set up the IP range of the remote client that uses dynamic IP in the
‘Local IP range’ item, and set up the IP range of PPP demon responsible for remote client in
the ‘Remote IP range’ item. The encryption method supports ‘pap’ and ‘chap’.
Setting up IP Range
The number of IPs for the ‘Local IP range’ and that for the ‘Remote IP range’ should be
identical.
For example, if the number of IPs for ‘Local IP range’ is 10 and that for ‘Remote IP
range’ is 20, only 10 calls will be set.
Status
Check the IPSec tunnel set up in [STATUS] Æ [IPsec] to insure it is properly connected.
Check the L2TP/PPTP tunnel set up in [STATUS] Æ [L2TP/PPTP] to insure it is properly
connected.
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IDS Menu
If selecting the [IDS menu. The submenus will be displayed in the upper left side of the
window as follows:
Menu
IDS Config
Submenu
Description
Management
Start or stop the IDS application
Log Analysis
Classifies the IDS logs that are currently stored in the WIM Data
Server
Configuration
Sets up the rules and detection levels for the IDS application.
Rule Config
Updates the IDS rule files.
Mail Config
Registers the mail server and email address of the IDS manager.
Block Config
Registers the trusted IP Address (IP Addresses that are not set to be
blocked)
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Management
With this page the administrator can set up the operation of the IDS module and block module.
Item
Status
Description
- Running: Status that the module is in operation
- Stopped: Status that the module is not in operation
Action
Click the [Run] button to begin the IDS application.
Click the [Stop] button to stop the IDS application.
Block time
When the Data Server detects an intrusion from an IP Address then that IP
Address is blocked until this timer is reached.
Log Analysis
The administrator can view IDS alerts detected by the IDS application by category. Select the
desired category and click the [OK] button. Then the following page appears.
Intrusion Type
The administrator can summarize alerts by type. If selecting the category of Intrusion Type,
the following window appears:
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Category
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Description
Intrusion type
Analyzes logs detected by IDS rule
Source IP
Analyzes logs by Source IP detected at IDS
Destination IP
Analyzes logs of the OfficeServ 7200 external IP (eth0, eth1, eth2)
detected at IDS
Destination Port
Analyzes logs when the destination IP of a log detected at IDS is
the port of an external IP (eth0, eth1, eth2)
Port Scan
Analyzes the logs when the logs detected at IDS have port scan
type
Date
-
Time that log is recorded
Search Log
-
Analyzes and retrieves logs
Intrusion Type
The administrator can summarize alerts by type. Select the category of Intrusion Type then
following window appears:
Item
Rate(%)
Description
Monitors logs detected by IDS according to type and displays logs as a
percentage(%).
Num
Number of logs detected by IDS according to type.
Priority
Risk level depending on the rules level of IDS.
- high: Rule level is one day(the highest risk level)
- med: Rule level is 2 or 3 days(mid level)
- low: Rule level is 4 days(low level)
Description
Type of logs detected by IDS
If clicking the unique ID of an alert, Sid displays the information on the alert.
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Source IP
The administrator can summarize alerts by the Source IP. Select this category then the
following window appears:
Item
Num
Description
Number of logs detected by IDS according to the host(source) IP that attacks the
logs
Remote host
Host IP that attacks logs detected at IDS
Priority
Risk level depending on the rules level of IDS
- high: Rule level is one day(the highest risk level)
- med: Rule level is 2 or 3 days(mid level)
- low: Rule level is 4 days(low level)
Description
Type of logs detected at IDS
Destination IP
The administrator can summarize alerts by the destination IP. Select this category and the
following window appears:
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Num
Number of logs detected by IDS according to attacked Destination IP
Local host
Attacked host IP of logs detected by IDS
Priority
Risk level depending on the rules level of IDS
- High: Rule level is one day(the highest risk level)
- Med: Rule level is 2 or 3 days(mid level)
- Low: Rule level is 4 days(low level)
Description
Type of logs detected by IDS
Destination Port
The administrator can summarize alerts by destination port. Select this category and then the
following category appears:
Item
Num
Description
Numbers of detected by IDS according to port when attacked Destination IP is a
network (e.g., LAN).
Port
Attacked host IP of logs detected by IDS.
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Risk level depending on the rules level of IDS
- High: Rule level is one day(the highest risk level)
- Med: Rule level is 2 or 3 days(mid level)
- Low: Rule level is 4 days(low level)
Description
Type of logs detected by IDS
Port Scan
The administrator can summarize alerts for Port Scan. Select this category and the following
window appears:
Item
Description
Ports
Number of TCP and UDP ports that are scanned in logs detected by IDS.
Hosts
Number of host that a port scanned in logs detected by IDS
Remote host
IP that attempts port scan
Search
The administrator can search by condition
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Select the category including the desired condition and the selected box will be activated.
Then the administrator can select the desired condition. Set up the condition and click the
[OK] button to display the desired information on the window as follows:
Selecting Search Condition
Since the conditions are not displayed dependently, the administrator cannot obtain a
result that satisfies all conditions.
Configuration
This page allows the configuration required for the IDS module. The administrator can set up
the network monitored by IDS, detection level, rule file to be used at the IDS module, etc.
Select Device
The administrator can set up a the network which needs to be monitored. The interface needs to
be set as WAN and must be a static network.
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Set Detection Level & Type
The Data Server intrusion type is classified as High, Medium or Low according to the risk
level. The administrator can set up an intrusion alert when an intrusion exceeding the level
occurs. In addition the administrator can set up the associated operations for each level.
When setting up a block, the block is associated with the block module. If an intrusion
corresponding to the relevant level is detected, the relevant IP Address is blocked and prevents
access to the system for a configured time.
(Refer to ‘Block Config’)
When setting up Mail, the IDS mail is transmitted when the alert occurs.
(Refer to ‘Mail Config’)
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IDS Rule Configuration
This page is used to set up the rule file for the IDS application.
Pressing the [OK] button after selecting the desired rule activates all of the selected rule sets.
When an administrator checks the check box on the top of each column, all rules in the
relevant column will be selected. Click the [Default] button to select the default rules.
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Rule Config
The administrator can update the rule-set file used in the IDS application to the latest version.
The following window shows the version of the current rule-set file and the released date:
Th administrator can manulally update the rule set by clicking the “Browse” button and
selecting a new “Rule-Set” to upload.
Mail Config
Set SMTP Server IP
The administrator can enter an E-Mail address to receive the SMTP Server IP and alert record.
Up to 10 E-Mail addresses can be entered.
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Set Time for Sending Mail
The administrator can set up the time to send an email.
If clicking the button in the Now category, an email is sent to the e-mail address stored above
the recorded alert. Select One Time to send a mail at the relevant time. The other items are
used to check if there is an alert and send to Mail at the configured time daily, weekly or
monthly.
SMTP Server IP Configuration
If you are not receiving an email verify the SMTP Server IP or retrieve the IDS log in
System Æ Log. If there is no recorded alert, an email was not sent.
Block Config
In this page, the administrator can view the block list applied to the block module or enter a
trusted IP.
Manage Blocked IP List
If an intrusion is detected when the IDS module and block module are all in operation, the IP
of the block that is set up at Configuration Menu according to the intrusion risk, is blocked to
access to the system for an amount of time. Manage Blocked IP List shows the list of IP that
the access is blocked.
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Manage Trusted IP List
The administrator can register a trusted IP. Enter the IP and netmask and click the [OK] button
to register. Check the IP list that is already registered and click the [Delete] button to delete
the list. The IP registered in this page is not blocked even in the abnormal status defined at
IDS.
Management
In this page, the administrator can set up the operation of the IDS module and block module.
Item
Status
Description
- Running: Status that the module is in operation
- Stopped: Status that the module is not in operation
Action
If clicking the [Run] button, the module operates.
If clicking the [Stop] button, the module stops operating.
Block time
When detecting an intrusion in the block module, the relevant IP is listed on the
block list and the system access is blocked for a configured time. After the
configured time, the IP is reLeased from the block list and can access to the
system.
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VoIP Service Menu
Select the [VoIP Services] Menu. The submenus for VoIP Services will be displayed on the
left top as follows:
Menu
DSMI
Configuration
External
Server
Submenu
Description
SM Interface
(future release)
Enable or disable items related to the Message Data
transmission for the communication with the system manager
(SM).
Module
Interface
Select the WAN VoIP interface and set the environment for the
communication with Call Server and Feature Server.
Management
Start or stop the programs for the communication with the SM
Interface, Call Server, and Feature Server. Set the Data Server
so that the execution of these programs is automatic on reboot.
External FS
(future release)
Sets or deletes the IP Address of the Feature Server existing on
the external network (A public network when the NAT is used).
DIST Config
(future release)
Transmits the message received via the externally designated
port into the terminal designated at the internal network.
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Submenu
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Description
Configuration
Set the internal network that operates the DHCP Server. In
addition set the IP addresses for the DHCP scope. The IP pool
for Call Server, Feature Server, MGI, IP Phone, SIP Phone, and
general data terminal are set here as well.
Management
Start or stop the DHCP Server, and configure the system so that
the DHCP Server runs automatically when the Data Server
reboots.
VoIP Status
Displays the IP terminal information of the OfficeServ 7200
system receives from Call Server or Feature Server when the
program for the communication with Call Server or Feature
Server is executed.
Leases Status
Displays the DHCP lease status.
DHCP
Relay Agent
Configuration
Set the Interface and DHCP Server to be relayed,
Management
Start or stop the DHCP Relay Agent.
VoIP NAPT
Status
Displays the information on the Static NAPT for the OfficeServ
7200 VoIP service. This information is automatically set when the
program for the communication with Call Server and Feature
Server is executed. The information is displayed when the setup
is completed.
SIP ALG
Configuration
Set up the SIP environment.
Management
Start or stop the execution of the SIP ALG. Configure the Data
Server so that the execution of this service is made when
rebooting the system.
Configuration
Set the environment of the Data Server Module Interface(DSMI) using the VoIP Service
[Configuration] Menu.
SM Interface
SM Interface: The System Manager Interface is a network management tool that is not
available at this time. In a future release of the OS 7200 Data Server the The NMS
(Network Management System) will become available
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Module Interface
Set the VoIP WAN Interface using the [Module Interface] Menu. Other environmental
settings used for communication between the Data Server and the Call and Feature Servers are
set here as well.
Item
Description
Data send to
UDP port
number
This view only field shows the information on the UDP port used for the
communication with Call Server and Feature Server.
Retry timeout
(Sec)
The Call Server, Feature Server, and the Data Server communicate using the UDP
protocol. If the Data Server does not receive the requested UDP data it requests a
retransmission. If this field is set to ‘3’, when a packet is lost and another is not
received after its retransmission is requested, the retransmission is requested three
seconds afterward. When that requested packet is not received for three seconds a
time out occurs.
Max retry
timeout count
This parameter sets the number of the retransmission requests. when the packets
continue to be lost while sending and receiving the information to and from the Call
Server and Feature Server.
For example, the Retry timeout item is set as ‘3’, and this item is set as ‘5’, the
retransmission is requested five times for three seconds. If the requested packet is
not received the request of the retransmission stops.
Hello Interval
initial
This parameter sets the cycle of sending the Hello message. The Hello is a message
that is sent and received periodically in order to recognize the status of the Call
Server and Feature Server.
Hello Interval
online
This parameter sets the cycle of sending the Hello message After the initial Hello
message.. The value of this item should be set larger than that of the ‘Hello Interval
initial’ item.
Select VoIP
WAN Interface
In order for VoIP Services to work this parameter must be selected and saved.
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Select VoIP WAN Interface
Although it appears as if this parameter is already set it still must be selected and saved
in order for VoIP services to run properly.
Management
The Call and Feature Servers can be started or stopped by selecting the [Management] menu.
If an automatic restart of the Call, Feature Module service is needed upon a reboot of the OS
7200 Data Server then the ‘Auto Start’, box must be checked.
SM Module: The System Manager Module is a network management tool that is not
available at this time. In a future release of the OS 7200 Data Server the The NMS
(Network Management System) will become available
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External Server
This feature will become available in a future release of the OS 7200 Data Server.
External FS
Not available until future release
Feature Server in the internal network
The Feature Server feature will become available in a future release of the OS 7200
Data Server
DIST Config
Not available until future release
DHCP Server
This Menu is used to start or stop the DHCP Server.
Configuration
Select the Internal Network that is to receive DHCP addresses from the Data Server using the
[Configuration] Menu.
To begin the DHCP Server configuration select the radio button of the Internal network and
then click the [Next] button.
The <DHCP Server Configuration> screen displays the basic information on the device
selected on the <DHCP Server Interface Selection> screen.
In addition the administrator can program the IP Addresses of the OfficeServ 7200 Call Server,
IP phones, SIP phones, and data terminals, These devices must be on the same subnet which is
defined in the DHCP scope.
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DHCP Server Configuration
This displays the general information for allocating DHCP to clients.
Item
Description
Sub Network
Subnetwork information.
This value is set in the [/Network] Menu. It selects the Sub Network based on
the IP Address of the Ethernet Interface
Broadcast
Address
Broadcast address.
This value is set in the [Network] Menu. It selects the Broadcast Address based
on the IP Address of the Ethernet Interface
Router Address
Router address.
This value is set in the [Network] Menu. It selects the Router Address based on
the IP Address of the Ethernet Interface
Default Lease
Time
Basic release allocation time of the IP address.
The IP Address release time for the overall IPs that are to be provided via
DHCP Server can be set in increments of seconds.
CALL Server
This field sets the Call Server’s IP. This is the IP Address of the MCP of the OS 7200 system.
When authenticated as host, the ‘Host ID’ is designated as ‘SME_MCP’ as its default value.
Item
Description
IP
Call Server’s IP address
Gateway
Gateway Information
Netmask
Sub Netmask information
MAC/Host ID
Types of the client authentication
- NONE: Execute the DHCP IP request without the authentication
- MAC: Authenticates with MAC.
- HOST: Authenticates with HOST ID(Default value: SME_MCP)
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Feature Server
This feature will be supported in a future release of the OS 7200 Data Server.
MGI Cards
This window sets the IP Addresses of the MGI card/s mounted in the system.
First check at the ‘Slot Select’ check box. Second check at the checkbox on the left side of
each item. Last enter the IP Address, External IP Port, Gateway, and Sub Netmask of the MGI
card/s.
Up to ten MGI cards can be entered into this table. The figures on the left side indicate the
locations of the cabinet-slots. The ‘Start Port’ means the number of the first port among the 32
external ports where the services are to be provided in the MGI card. If there is no entered
number, the setup is autumatically made as the values increasing by 5000 from no. 1000 as the
orders of the cabinets or slots.
IP Phone
This defines the IP range of the IP phones that are to use the DHCP scope of the Data Server.
The DHCP IP pool allocated in this menu sets the authentication of the ITP-5000 series IP
phone and the allocation of the IP.
Item
Description
IP Range
The IP range of the IP phone(the maximum range:120 pieces).
When entering an IP, enter ‘192.168.0.20~20’.
Gateway
The gateway information entered at the CALL Server Item.
Netmask
The netmask information entered at the CALL Server Item.
MAC/Host-ID
The client authentication type
- NONE: Executes the DHCP IP request without the authentication.
- MAC: Click the [List] Button to enter the MAC address for the authentication.
- HOST: Uses the HOST ID internally specialized.
Authenticates the ITP-5000 series phones.
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SIP Phone
This defines the IP range of the standard SIP phones that are to use the DHCP scope of the
Data Server.
Item
Description
IP Range
The IP range of the SIP phone (Maximum range:120 pieces).
When entering one IP, enter ‘192.168.0.40~40’.
Gateway
The gateway information entered at the CALL Server Item.
Netmask
The subnet mask information entered at the CALL Server Item.
MAC/Host-ID
The client authentication type
- NONE: Executes the DHCP IP request without the authentication.
- MAC: Click the [List] Button, and enter the MAC address of the
for the authentication.
- HOST: Click the [List] button and enter the HOST ID because the
specialized HOST ID is not used.
SIOP phone
internally
Terminal
This defines the IP range of the standard data terminals (PCs, printers, etc) that are to use the
DHCP scope of the Data Server.
Item
Description
IP Range
The IP range of the Data terminal(Maximum range: 120 pieces)
When entering a IP, enter ‘192.168.0.60~60’.
Gateway
The gateway information entered at the CALL Server Item.
Netmask
The subnet mask information entered at the CALL Server tem.
MAC/Host-ID
The client authentication type
- NONE: Executes the DHCP IP request without the authentication.
- HOST: Click the [List] Button, and enter the HOST ID.
- MAC: Click the [List] Button, and enter the MAC address.
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Management
The DHCP Server can be started or stopped by selecting the [DHCP Server] Æ
[Management] Menu. Check the ‘Auto Start’ Item, to automatically start DHCP when the
system is rebooted.
VoIP Status
The [DHCP Server] Æ [VoIP Status] Menu displays active information on the OfficeServ
7200 system. When the Call Server receives the IP allocations, the information is notified via
the Module interface demon of the Data Server, and this information can be confirmed on the
screen below:
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Leases Status
On the [DHCP Server] Æ [Leases Status] Menu, the IP address lease information can be
accessed. Select the desired Interface then click the [Next] button to see the lease information.
DHCP Relay Agent
This function is needed when one DHCP server is used on several subnets. This function
enables the DHCP Client to receive the IP allocation when the DHCP Server and the DHCP
Client are in mutually different networks.
Configuration
The DHCP Relay is configured by designating the interface to perform the relay and
registering from the DHCP Server. Designate the Interface where the relay is performed
among the activated interface list by using the [Add] button. For the designated interface, its
list is made, the set interface can be deleted in the list by using the [Delete] button.
In the DHCP Server list enter the IP Address of the DHCP and click the [Add] button.. To
delete a DHCP Server, check the box to the left of the IP Address, and then press the [Delete]
button.
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Management
In this Menu the DHCP Relay is started and stopped.Click on the [Run] button to start the
DHCP Relay and click on the [Stop] button to stop the DHCP Relay..
VoIP NAPT
On the [VoIP NAPT] Menu, the NAPT item for the VoIP communication is displayed.
Status
32 units of the internal and external ports per MGI card are connected by one to one mapping.
Whenever the item of the DHCP Server is newly set, the program for connecting the Call
Server and Feature Server sends/receives the new information to/from the Call Server. On this
occasion, the NAPT item is automatically configured at the Data Server for the VoIP
commuication of the H.323 phone. On the [Status] menu, the related information is displayed.
The MGI card set in the [DHCP Server] Æ [Configuration] menu and the VoIP NAPT for
the Call Server and Feature Server are made. The screen above displays this information on
the VoIP NAPT table.
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SIP ALG
Config
On the [Config] menu, the SIP environment can be set. Set the following item, and click the
[Save] button.
SIP Configuration
The information on the firewall setup is displayed.
The External IP item and the Internal IP item are displayed on the list box so that the web
manager can combine the usable information to select it.
If there are two external or internal networks or more, the network that is to be used in the list
box can be selected.
Map LIST
Enter the information on the SIP devices located inside the firewall.
When there is no information on the IP or the phone on the SIP message entered outside the
firewall, the SIP message is converged to be sent into the IP terminal set in the ‘default’ item.
Therefore, this item should be surely entered. The setup can be coventiently made when all
traffic are considered as the calls of the digital phone by the Call Server. Therefore, on the
‘default’ item, in general enter the IP of the Call Server.
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When adding the Map information, press the [Add] btton to add the entry window and insert
the information.
When deleting the Map information, check the checkbox of the deleted information, and press
the [Delete] button. All setups can be reflected on the system when the [OK] button on the
lower side of the setup SIP configuration is pressed.
Management
The SIP ALG can be executed or its execution can stop by selecting the [Management] menu.
The following figure shows that the activity is in the stop status and the SIP ALG stops in the
present. On the contrary, when the Activity running and the SIP ALG is under execution, the
stop that stops the SIP ALG is activated. Although the system is rebooted, the setup returns
into the last set status.
The Management is classified into the Activity displaying the current status information and
the Action displaying the execution commands.
Item
Description
Activity
The current SIP ALG status
Action
The commands that can be executed in the present status.
SIP ALG(SIP aware ALG)
If the firewall based on NAT like the Data Server board of OfficeServ 720 protects the
internal network, the system is safe against the external attack, but is limited in the
service. For settling this trouble, SIP aware ALG(SIP ALG) enables the SIP devices
inside the firewall to communicate with the external equipments.
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System Menu
Select the [System] menu of the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server. The submenu is displayed on
the left top of the screen as follows:
Menu
SNMP
Submenu
Description
Configuration
Displays the configuration items of SNMP.
Status
Displays the SNMP configuration currently configured
Management
Starts or Stops the SNMP service.
DB Config
Manage the DB currently set in the Data Server
Admin Config
Sets up the authentication of the manager.
Log
Time
Configuration
Configuration
Sets up whether to generate a log for each item
Report
Searches the system logs stored currently
Download
Downloads the system logs
NTP Config
Registers a Time Server where the information on the date and
the time is taken and synchronizes the time with the time Server
by using the NTP.
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Menu
Time
Configuration
Submenu
Description
Manual Config
These settings set the date and the time of the system or
synchronizes the time with the Call Server.
Timezone
Selects the areas categorized by GMT and sets the local time.
Upgrade
Upgrades the Data Server with newest package version.
ApplServer
These settings control telnet, ftp, and ssh access to the Data
Server
Reboot
Reboots the system.
SNMP
Configuration
Set up the SNMP using the [SNMP]Æ[Configuration] menu.
Click the [Save] button to apply the configuration to the system.
Click the [Reset] button to reset the configuration currently set up by the administrator.
System Option
Sets the SNMP System Option.
Item
Description
Location
Sets up the information on System Location
Access
Sets up the information on System Contact
Name
Sets up the information on System Name
Engine ID
Sets up the information on System Engine ID
Community
Adds the new community used in the SNMP v1/2c.
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New Community Name
Fill in new community name to add.
Community Network
Set up new community network to add.
Access
Set up the access authority.
SNMPv3 Administrator Add
SNMPv3 Administrator Add allows adding a administrator to be used at SNMP v3.
Item
Description
User Name
Fill in new administrator’s name to add.
User Password
Fill in new administrator’s password. 8 alphanumeric characters
Authentication
Set up authentication method.
Encryption
Set up ciphering method.
Access
Set up access authority.
Trap Manager
Sets the IP address that is to transmit the trap. Up to five ones can be designated.
Item
Description
IP Address
Set up new Trap IP Address to add.
Community
Name
Set up a community to be used for transmitting to the Trap IP Address added.
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Status
The function is used for retrieving the SNMP configuration in the [SNMP] Æ [Status] menu.
If clicking the [Delete] button, the item that the administrator has selected by marking on the
check box is deleted. If clicking the [Reset] button, all check boxes are initialized.
SNMP Config Information
The administrator can retrieve the SNMP configuration.
Item
Description
System Information
Displays the information set up at System Options.
Select
Selects information to delete.
Community Name
Displays the community name.
Community Net
Displays the configured name of the Community Network.
Community Access
Displays the access authority of the configured community.
User Name
Displays the configured administrator’s name.
Access
Displays the access authority of the configured administrator.
Trap IP
Displays the configured Trap IP.
Trap Port
Displays the configured Trap Port.
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Management
The administrator can start/stop the SNMP service on the [SNMP] Æ [Management] menu.
By clicking the [Run] button, the SNMP service starts. If clicking the [Stop] button, the
SNMP service stops.
SNMP Management
SNMP Management allows the administrator to start/stop the SNMP service.
Item
Description
Activity
Displays the operational condition of the current service.
Action
Selects whether to start/stop.
DB Config
Manage the Data Server database using the [System] Æ [DB Config] menu. From this menu
the DB can be Imported, Exported or Defaulted.
Item
Description
Import
Uploads a saved DB into the Data Server from a user’s PC.
Export
Saves the current Data Server DB onto a user’s PC.
Default
Changes the Data Server DB to factory defaults.
In order to change the DB by using the DB Import function the DB backup file should be
saved on a PC. The DB Default function changes the Data Server DB to factory defaults. In
order to access the web manager after a default use 10.0.0.1 via the LAN port of the internal
network after restarting the system.
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DB Change
When the DB is changed in the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server the system restarts.
Admin Config
This function sets up the authentication server of the system login. It sets up the Local, Radius
and Taccas+ authentication server. Select the target authentication method and click the [OK]
button. Then, the setting is applied and the setting page for the selected authentication method
is displayed.
Local
Change the Local Password. Enter new password and click the [OK] button to change the
Local Password of the system.
Radius
Enter the information on the Radius authentication server. Up to 5 lists can be entered.
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Taccas+
Enter the information on the Taccas+ authentication. Up to 5 lists can be entered or deleted.
When deleting the list of all server IPs, the corresponding secret key values are also deleted.
Log
This page allows setting up the system log and retrieving the log information.
Configuration
This page allows setting up the log to determine whether to add a log to the system.
Select added logs from the logs for system log, network, firewall, VPN, and click the [OK]
button to add logs to the system log. Click the [Reset] button to return to the previous status
before applying the configuration.
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Report
The administrator can retrieve the logs stored in the system according to an item and time.
Set up the desired log type and time and click the [OK] button to verify the log. Click the
[Reset] button to return to the previous status.
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Download
This page allows downloading the system log that is currently saved.
Press the [Download] button to download the system log in the form of a compressed file.
Time Configuration
Synchronize the date and time of the system on the [Time Configuration] menu of the
[System] through a network or manual configuration.
NTP Config
Select [Time Configuration] Æ [NTP Config] and set up Time Server to synchronize the
information on the time server, date and time. Current Time indicates the current time of the
system. NTP Server Status indicates the execution status of NTP Demon.
The Time Server is registered in the Time Server table. For the registration method, both IP
and Domain Name methods are available.(But DNS Server should be set up to use Domain
Name and, a network should be connected to synchronize with Time Server by configuring
such NTP.)
Click the [OK] button to start or restart NTP demon to register Time Server.
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Current Time indicates the current time of the system.
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NTP Server Status indicates the execution status of NTP Demon.
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Time Server is registered in the Time Server table. For the registration method, both IP and
Domain Name methods are available.(But DNS Server should be set up to use Domain Name
and, a network should be connected to synchronize with Time Server by configuring such
NTP.)
Manual Config
The administrator can set and modify the date and time of the system to the time that the
administrator wants in the menu of [Time Configuration] Æ [Manual Config].
If clicking the [OK] button after selecting the desired date and time in the table of Date/Time
Configuration, the date and time of the system is changed to the selected date and time.
Check the check box and click the [OK] button to synchronize the date and time of the system
with Call Server.
Timezone
The administrator can change Time Zone by selecting the timezone corresponding to the
administrator from the [Time Configuration] Æ [Timezone] menu.
Select the desired area(city or GMT) in the areas separated by GMT and click the OK button
to modify the timezone information of the system.
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Information on the System Time
The Data Server system has no internal Real-Time Clock(RTC). Therefore, the time
information is not saved after the system restarts, but is internally saved by one hour
unit. Therefore, when restarting the system, the time information previously set can be
changed.(In case of the normal restarts, the setup is made on the basis of the time
before the termination.)
Upgrade
Upgrade the Kernel and Ramdisk using the PC [Upgrade] menu.
The types of upgrade methods are ‘TFTP Method’, ‘File Transmission Method through HTTP’, and
Local Method that uploads the upgrade from the administrator’s PC.
When upgrading the Data Server package the version number should be entered into the the
[Package Version] field (i.e v1.24).
For the TFTP and HTTP methods enter the address of the TFTP/HTTP server and then click
the [OK] button. For the Local method the upgrade package file should exist on the
administrator’s PC. Click the [OK] button after selecting the file. In the TFTP/HTTP method
the files of the upgrade version are searched automatically and downloaded, but for the Local
method the entered version name and file name to upload should be identical. If the upgrade
Package Version is ‘v124’, the file name is ‘gData Server-pkg-v1.24.tgz’.
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Deleting Temporary Internet Files
Be sure to delete temporary Internet files after upgrading the DATA SERVER
package. Select the [Internet Explorer] Æ [Tools] Æ [Internet Options]
menu, and click the [Deleting Cookies] and [Deleting Files] buttons on the
[Temporary Internet Files]. If these files are not deleted the web screen may not
be properly displayed..
Appl Server
The [Appl Server] menu manages the services of SSH, FTP and Telnet and it is available to
connect to the GDATA SERVER board by using these service.
Reboot
The administrator can reboot the system in the [Reboot] menu.
If clicking the [OK] button, all services are terminated and the system is rebooted.
The webscreen returns to the initial login window and the webscreen does not operate until the
network and service are all executed after rebooting.
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My Info Menu
If you click the
on the right upper side of the Web, you can check your information
can be confirmed.
If you enter the information into the Telephone number, E-mail address and Description entry
window, clicking the [Save] button, the information is saved. Only one piece of information
can be saved.
If you enter on the password entry window the password that is to be changed, clicking the
[Save] button, the login password is changed. Although the system is rebooted, the setup
status is recovered into the last setup one.
Item
Description
Description
Login user authority.
Node ID
Information on the node logged in
Use Port
Port information.
Login ID
Login user ID
TEL No
TEL No. of the login user
E-Mail ID
E-Mail ID of the login user
SIP URL
Displays the connection URL information of the SIP Server.
Status
-
Password
Enters the password to be changed.
Password Confirm
Confirms the password to be changed.
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ANNEX A. VPN Setting for Windows XP/2000
If IPSec and PPTP should be set on the [VPN] menu of the OfficeServ 7200 Data Server,
VPN client should be also set on the MS Windows. This section describes how to set VPN on
the Windows XP. The Windows 2000 case is similar with the Windows XP case.
Under the following network environment, the setting procedures of IPSec and PPTP are as
follows:
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External IP address of the OfficeServ: 211.217.127.40
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Internal IP address of the OfficeServ: 192.168.0.1
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Internal network IP address: 192.168.0.0
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Internal network Netmask: 255.255.255.0
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IP address of a Windows XP/2000-installed client PC: 211.217.127.73
IPSec Setting
IPSec and various encryption/authentication algorithm can be used through the installation CD
and Windows update in Windows XP/2000. Additionally, LAN to VPN client can be
configured through the IPSec.
IPSec Setting in Windows XP/2000
- Windows XP: Executes ‘IPSeccmd.exe’in the Support/Tools setup folder of the
Windows XP installation CD.
- Windows 2000: Download and install ‘Windows 2000 Service pack 2’in the Windows
update site. Or, execute ‘IPSecpol.exe’in the Support/Tools setup in the Windows 2000
installation CD.
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Select the [Start] Æ [Run] in the task bar and execute ‘mmc’ to display the window
below: In the console window, select the [File] Æ [Add/Remove Snap-in…].
In the <Add/Remove Snap-in…>, click [Add] to display the following window: Select
‘IP security policy management’ in the Add/Remove Snap-in… menu and click [Add].
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Select ‘Local computer(T)’in the window below and click [Finish].
Move to the <Console> window. Then, ‘IP Security Policies on Local Machine’ of the
‘Console Root’ is created. Select the item and right click the [Create IP Security
Policy] menu.
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Click [Next] on the <IP Security Policy Wizard> window to display the window below:
Enter the Name and Description and click [Next].
If ‘Activate the default response rule(R)’ is checked, release the check and click [Add] to
display the window below: Check ‘Edit Properties(P)’ and click [Finish].
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When the <XP_OPSec Registration Information> window is displayed, the created items
are displayed. If the corresponding item is checked, release the check and click [Add].
Click [Add] on the <Security Rule Wizard> window to display the window below:
Select ‘The funnel endpoint is specified by this IP address’ and enter the fire wall
external IP address(211.217.127.40). Click [Next].
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Select the Local Area Network(LAN) on the <Network Type> window and click [Add]
to display the window below: Select ‘Use this string to protect the key exchange
[preshared key]’ and enter the password registered with the firewall. Click [Next].
Click [Add] on the <Security Rule Wizard> window to display the window below:
Enter ‘outbound’ in the Name field and click [Add].
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Click [Add] on the <IP Filer Wizard> window to display the window below: Select ‘My
IP address’ in the Source address field and click [Add].
Select ‘Specific IP Subnet’ in the target address and enter the internal network
address(192.168.0.0) and subnet mask(255.255.255.0).
Click [Next].
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Select ‘All’ from the protocol type selection and click [Add].
Check ‘Edit Properties(P)’ on the <IP Filter Wizard> window and click [Finish].
Click [OK]. Then, the outbound item is created. Click [Add] to create the inbound item.
Enter the ‘inbound’ in the Name field and click [Add] like step 10.
The above steps 11 through 13 also apply to this procedure.
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Click [Add] to display the window below: Then, select the ‘outbound’ item and click
[Next].
Select the ‘Request Security [Optional]’ item and click [Edit].
18. Select ‘Negotiate security’ and select ‘AH Integrity(None), ESP Confidential(3DES),
ESP Integrity(MD5)’ in the Security Method preference order. Click [Move up] to
move to the first row of the corresponding item. Check ‘Session key Perfect Forward
Secrecy(PFS)’ and click [OK].
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Check ‘Edit Properties’ and click [Finish] to display the window creating the outbound
item. Click [Add] to create the inbound item.
Click [Next] on the <Security Rule Wizard> window to display the window below:
Check ‘The tunnel endpoint is specified by this IP address’ and enter the IP address of a
client PC. Click [Next].
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Select Local Area Network(LAN) on the <Network type> window and click [Next].
Select ‘Use this string to protect the key exchange [preshared key]’ and enter the
password registered with the firewall. Click [Next].(Refer to step 9.)
Select the ‘inbound’ item in the step 16 window and click [Next]. Follow the step 17
and 18.
Check ‘Edit Properties’ and click [Finish] to display the window below: Select the
[General] tab and click [Advanced].
Check ‘Master key Perfect Forward Secrecy(PFS)’ and click [Methods…] in the
window below:
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Select ‘Encryption(3DES), Integrity(MD5), Diffie-Hellman(Med)’ in the window below
and click [Move up] to move the first row of the corresponding item. Click [OK].
Select IP Security Policies on Local Machine’ on the <Console> window. Select the
item newly created on the right corner of the window and right-click the [Assign] menu.
Then, policy assignment is changed into ‘Yes’.
Select [Start] Æ [Program] Æ [Administrative Tools] Æ [Services] in the Window
task bar and double click the ‘IPSec Services’ item.
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Click [Stop] and click [Start] to restart the service in the window below:
Verify the connection status of the firewall internal IP address through the ping
command at a command prompt. If responses like the window below are displayed, the
IP address is properly connected.
C:\>ping 192.168.0.1
Pinging 192.168.0.1 with 32 bytes of data:
Negotiating IP Security.
Reply from 192.168.0.1: bytes=32 time=5 ms TTL=255
Reply from 192.168.0.1: bytes=32 time=6 ms TTL=255
Reply from 192.168.0.1: bytes=32 time=4 ms TTL=255
Ping statistics for 192.168.0.1:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 3, Lost = 1 <25% loss>.
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 4 ms, Maximum = 6 ms, Average = 5 ms
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PPTP Setting
Users are allowed to configure VPN with PPTP by using the installation CD and through
Windows update in Windows XP/2000.
PPTP Setting in Windows XP/2000
In Windows XP/2000, This item enables to use DHCP client. If VPN PPTP client is
connected while the DHCP client is operating, errors will be found. To prevent this
problem, close the DHCP client operation on the [Start] Æ [Program] Æ
[Administrative Tools] Æ [Services] menu of the Windows PPTP client installed.
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Double click the [My Network Environment] icon and select the [Property] item from
the Windows desktop. Double click [Create New Connection] on the upper right corner
of the screen to display the window below: Click [Next].
Select ‘Connect to the network at my workplace’ and click [Next] button to select
‘Virtual Private Connection’. Click [Next] to display the window below: Enter the Host
name or IP address and click [Next]. Enter the firewall external IP address and click
[Finish] button.
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Select [Start] Æ [Set] Æ [Network Connections] in the Windows task bar and select
the host name entered in the window above to display the login window below: Enter the
User name and Password to check if the VPN in a client is properly connected. Or, use
the ping command like the step 29 of ‘IPSec Setting’ to check the connection status.
After checking the VPN connection status, check if the shared directory of the internal
computer connected to VPN can be accessed.
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ABBREVIATION
A
ALG
AH
ARP
AS
Application Level Gateway
Authentication Header
Address Resolution Protocol
Autonomous System
BPDU
BSR
Bridge Protocol Data Unit
Bootstrap Router
CHAP
Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol
CTI
Computer Telephony Integration
DHCP
DNS
DRR
DSMI
DVMRP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Domain Name Server
Deficit Round Robin
Data Server Module Interface
Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol
ESP
Encapsulating Security Payload
GVRP
GARP VLAN Registration Protocol
B
C
D
E
G
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HDLC
High-level Data Link Control
HTTP
HTB
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Hierarchical Token Bucket
IDS
IGMP
IKE
IPMC
IPSec
ISAKMP
Intrusion Detection System
Internet Group Management Protocol
Internet Key Exchange
IP Multicast
IP Security Protocol
Internet Security Association Key Management Protocol
LAN
Local Area Network
L2TP
Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol
NAT
Network Address Translation
NTP
Network Time Protocol
MAC
Media Access Control
I
L
N
M
R
RP
Rendezvous Pointv
RSTP
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
P
PAP
Password Authentication Protocol
PIM-SM
Protocol Independent Multicast-Sparse Mode
PD
Power Device
PoE
Power Of Etnernet
PPTP
Point to Point Tunneling Protocol
PT
Protocol Translation
PVC
Permanent Virtual Circuit
PVID
Port VLAN Identification
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STP
Spanning Tree Protocol
SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
SNAT
Source Network Address Translation
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol
SPQ
Strict Priority Queuing
TFTP
Trivial File Transfer Protocol
VLAN
Virtual Local Area Network
T
V
VoIP
Voice Over IP
VPN
Virtual Private Network
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