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Configuration Options
6.8. Network Configuration
The Network Parameters Menus are used to select parameters and options for the
Network Port and also allow you to implement IP Security features, which can restrict
access based on the user’s IP Address.
Although the Web Browser Interface and Text Interface allow definition of essentially
the same parameters, parameters are arranged differently in the two interfaces. In the
Text Interface, most network parameters are defined via one menu. In the Web Browser
Interface, network parameters are divided into separate menus which are accessed via
the Network Configuration flyout menu.
Notes:
• Settingsfornetworkparametersdependontheconfigurationofyournetwork.
Pleasecontactyournetworkadministratorforappropriatesettings.
• TheNetworkParametersMenuselectsparametersforall16logicalNetwork
Ports.
• TheIPAddress,SubnetAddressandGatewayAddresscannotbechanged
viatheWebBrowserInterface.Inordertochangetheseparameters,you
mustaccesstheunitviatheTextInterface.
• WhenanewIPAddressisselected,orthestatusoftheDHCPfeatureis
changed,theunitwilldisconnectandreconfigureitselfwiththenewvalues
whenyouexittheNetworkParametersMenu.Whenconfiguringtheunit,
makecertainyourDHCPserverissetuptoassignaknown,fixedIPaddress
in order to simplify reconnection to the unit after the new address has been
assigned.DHCPParameterscannotbechangedviatheWebBrowser
Interface.
• TheNetworkParametersmenuisonlyavailablewhenyouhaveloggedinto
commandmodeusinganaccountandportthatpermitAdministratorlevel
commands(SupervisorModeenabled.)
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