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Administration Guide

Interfaces

To view and manage interfaces, go to Network > Interfaces.

This page displays the following information and options:

Interface

The interface name and description.

Failover IP is listed under this field with the descriptor: (cluster external port).

 

port1 (administration port)

Port1 is hard-coded as the administration interface. You can enable or disable HTTP, SSH, and Telnet access rights on port1. HTTPS is enabled by default. You can use port1 for Device mode although a different, dedicated port is recommended.

 

port2

Decoy VM deployment.

 

port3

Decoy VM deployment.

 

port4

Decoy VM deployment.

 

port5/port6

Decoy VM deployment.

 

port7/port8

Decoy VM deployment.

IPv4

The IPv4 IP address and subnet mask of the interface.

IPv6

The IPv6 IP address and subnet mask of the interface.

Interface Status

The state of the interface:

  • Interface up
  • Interface down
  • Interface is being used by sniffer

Link Status

The link status:

  • Link up
  • Link down

Access Rights

The access rights associated with the interface. HTTPS is enabled by default on port1. You can enable HTTP, SSH, and Telnet access on port1.

Edit

Select the interface and click Edit in the toolbar to edit the interface.

To edit an interface:
  1. Select the IPv4 or IPv6 address of an interface name and click Edit in the toolbar.
  2. Edit the IP Address / Netmask.
  3. If you want, you can change the Interface Status.
  4. Click OK.
To edit administrative access:
  1. Select port1 (administration port) and click Edit in the toolbar.
  2. Edit the Access Rights.

    HTTPS is enabled by default. You can also enable HTTP, SSH, and Telnet support.

  3. If necessary, edit the IP Address / Netmask.
  4. Click OK.

Interfaces

To view and manage interfaces, go to Network > Interfaces.

This page displays the following information and options:

Interface

The interface name and description.

Failover IP is listed under this field with the descriptor: (cluster external port).

 

port1 (administration port)

Port1 is hard-coded as the administration interface. You can enable or disable HTTP, SSH, and Telnet access rights on port1. HTTPS is enabled by default. You can use port1 for Device mode although a different, dedicated port is recommended.

 

port2

Decoy VM deployment.

 

port3

Decoy VM deployment.

 

port4

Decoy VM deployment.

 

port5/port6

Decoy VM deployment.

 

port7/port8

Decoy VM deployment.

IPv4

The IPv4 IP address and subnet mask of the interface.

IPv6

The IPv6 IP address and subnet mask of the interface.

Interface Status

The state of the interface:

  • Interface up
  • Interface down
  • Interface is being used by sniffer

Link Status

The link status:

  • Link up
  • Link down

Access Rights

The access rights associated with the interface. HTTPS is enabled by default on port1. You can enable HTTP, SSH, and Telnet access on port1.

Edit

Select the interface and click Edit in the toolbar to edit the interface.

To edit an interface:
  1. Select the IPv4 or IPv6 address of an interface name and click Edit in the toolbar.
  2. Edit the IP Address / Netmask.
  3. If you want, you can change the Interface Status.
  4. Click OK.
To edit administrative access:
  1. Select port1 (administration port) and click Edit in the toolbar.
  2. Edit the Access Rights.

    HTTPS is enabled by default. You can also enable HTTP, SSH, and Telnet support.

  3. If necessary, edit the IP Address / Netmask.
  4. Click OK.