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Administration Guide

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Remote access to the management port

To provide remote access to the management port, configure an IPv4 or IPv6 static route. Set the gateway address to the IPv4 or IPv6 address of the router.

Using the GUI for an IPv4 static route:
  1. Go to Router > Config > Static and click Add Route.


  2. In the ID field, enter an identifier. This is a unique number to identify the static route.
  3. Select the Status checkbox if it is not selected.
  4. In the Device dropdown list, select mgmt.
  5. In the Gateway field, enter the gateway router IPv4 address.
  6. Click Add.
Using the CLI for an IPv4 static route:

config router static

edit 1

set device mgmt

set gateway <router IPv4 address>

set status enable

next

end

Using the GUI for an IPv6 static route:
  1. Go to Router > Config > IPv6 Static and click Add Route.


  2. In the Seq Num field, enter an identifier. This is a unique number to identify the static route.
  3. Select the Enabled checkbox if it is not selected.
  4. In the Device dropdown list, select mgmt.
  5. In the Gateway field, enter the gateway router IPv6 address.
  6. Click Add.
Using the CLI for an IPv6 static route:

config router static6

edit 1

set device mgmt

set gateway <router IPv6 address>

set status enable

next

end

Remote access to the management port

To provide remote access to the management port, configure an IPv4 or IPv6 static route. Set the gateway address to the IPv4 or IPv6 address of the router.

Using the GUI for an IPv4 static route:
  1. Go to Router > Config > Static and click Add Route.


  2. In the ID field, enter an identifier. This is a unique number to identify the static route.
  3. Select the Status checkbox if it is not selected.
  4. In the Device dropdown list, select mgmt.
  5. In the Gateway field, enter the gateway router IPv4 address.
  6. Click Add.
Using the CLI for an IPv4 static route:

config router static

edit 1

set device mgmt

set gateway <router IPv4 address>

set status enable

next

end

Using the GUI for an IPv6 static route:
  1. Go to Router > Config > IPv6 Static and click Add Route.


  2. In the Seq Num field, enter an identifier. This is a unique number to identify the static route.
  3. Select the Enabled checkbox if it is not selected.
  4. In the Device dropdown list, select mgmt.
  5. In the Gateway field, enter the gateway router IPv6 address.
  6. Click Add.
Using the CLI for an IPv6 static route:

config router static6

edit 1

set device mgmt

set gateway <router IPv6 address>

set status enable

next

end