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Configuration Options
6.8.1. Network Parameters
In the Text Interface, these parameters are found in the main Network Configuration
menu In the Web Browser Interface, these parameters are found by placing the cursor
over the "Network Configuration" link on the left hand side of the screen, and then
clicking on the "Network Port Parameters" link in the resulting fly-out menu.
Note:TheIPAddress,SubnetMask,GatewayAddressandDHCPstatus
cannotbechangedviatheWebBrowserInterface.Inordertochangethese
parameters,youmustaccesstheRPCviatheTextInterface.
• IPAddress:(Defaults:IPv4=192.168.168.168;IPv6=undefined)
• SubnetMask:(IPv4Only;Default=255.255.255.0)
• SubnetPrefix:(IPv6Only;Default=undefined)
• GatewayAddress:(Default=undefined)
• DHCP: Enables/Disables Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. When this option
is "On", the RPC will perform a DHCP request. Note that in the Text Interface, the
MACaddressfortheRPCislistedontheNetworkStatusScreen.(Default=Off)
Note:Beforeconfiguringthisfeature,makecertainyourDHCPserverissetup
toassignaknown,fixedIPaddress.YouwillneedthisnewIPaddressinorder
toreestablishanetworkconnectionwiththeRPCunit.
• IPTables: Provides access to a submenu that is used to restrict access to the RPC
asdescribedinSection6.8.2.(Default=Off)
• StaticRoute: Provides access to a submenu that is used to enable and define
StaticRoutefunctionsasdescribedinSection6.8.3.(Default=Off)
• DNSServers: Provides access to a submenu that is used to define Domain Name
ServerparametersasdescribedinSection6.8.4.(Default=undefined)
• Negotiation: (Text Interface Only) This parameter can be used to solve
synchronization problems when the RPC unit negotiates communication
parameterswithanotherdevice.(Default=Auto)
Notes:
• Iftheotherdeviceissetforautomaticnegotiation,thentheRPC'sNegotiation
parameter should also be set to Auto.
• Iftheotherdeviceisnotsetforautomaticnegotiation,thentheRPC's
Negotiationparametershouldbesettomatchtheotherdevice
(e.g.,"100/Full.)
• AdministratorMode: Permits/denies port access to accounts that allow
Administrator or SuperUser level commands. When enabled (Permit), the port will
be allowed to invoke Administrator and SuperUser level commands, providing they
are issued by an account that permits them. If disabled (Deny), then accounts that
permit Administrator and SuperUser level commands will not be allowed to access
commandmodeviathisport.(Default=Permit)
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