Configuration Training ~ Web GUI

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Yamaha Router
Configuration Training
~ Web GUI ~
Equipment
RTX810
SWX2200-8G/24G
Gigabit VPN Router
Smart L2 Switch
 GbE ×5, USB 3G modem
 All GbE
 1Gbps throughput
 Cooperation with RTX810
 200Mbps VPN throughput
 IPv6 ready
 Withstand up to 50℃
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Contents
 Web GUI operation
PPPoE
IPsec VPN
SWX2200 Control
• Loop Detect
• Search Host
• VLAN
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Before training
Please disable Windows firewall.
[Start menu] – [Control Panel] – [Windows Firewall]
Select “Turn Windows Firewall on or off”.
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Access into the Router
RTX810
192.168.100.1
Web browser
http://192.168.100.1/
Username : blank
Password : Admin Password
※ If the Admin password is not set,
You will keep form blank.
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Web GUI Top page
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Internet Accessing (PPPoE)
■Configure PPPoE Setting for Internet Access
Internet
(WAN)
.1 (LAN)
192.168.100.0/24
PC
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1. PPPoE (1)
Select [Configure provider].
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1. PPPoE (2)
The router detects
the type of line
automatically.
Click [Next].
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1. PPPoE (3)
“ PPPoE ” is selected.
Click [Next].
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1. PPPoE (4)
Fill the form with
User ID and
Connect password.
Click [Next].
Router-A
ID: user1, PASS: pass1
Router-B
ID: user2, PASS: pass2
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1. PPPoE (5)
Select
“ not specify DNS ”
Click [Next].
※ If the provider assigned DNS server address,
you will select another radio button and
fill the form with address.
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1. PPPoE (6)
Check the Information
that you selected
and filled.
Click [Submit].
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1. PPPoE (7)
Provider registration is completed and click [Connect].
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Top page view after PPPoE setting
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2. Check configuration (1)
Select [Advanced settings].
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2. Check configuration (2)
Select “ all configurations ”.
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2. Check configuration (3)
Click
“ View in text format ”
to show configuration
as console format.
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2. Check configuration (4)
Routing Configuration
Interface addressing Configuration
PPPoE Configuration
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2. Check configuration (5)
Static Filter Configuration
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2. Check configuration (6)
Dynamic Filter Configuration
NAT, DHCP, DNS Configuration
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2. Check configuration (7)
Close the configuration page.
Click “ Return to top ” at the bottom of the page.
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IPsec VPN (Main Mode)
■Configure IPsec VPN (Main Mode) via Internet
1st step: Configure LAN setting
2nd step: Configure IPsec VPN
Router-A
PSK: secret
.201
Internet
(200.1.1.0/24)
Router-B
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PSK: secret
IPSec
PC1
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.1
.1
172.16.1.0/24
172.16.2.0/24
PC2
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3. LAN interface addressing (1)
Click [Advanced settings].
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3. LAN interface addressing (2)
Click
[Configure LAN].
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3. LAN interface addressing (3)
Fill with LAN
interface IP address.
Router-A
172.16.1.1
Router-B
172.16.2.1
Fill with DHCP scope ID
and IP address range.
Router-A
172.16.1.2 - 172.16.1.191
Router-B
172.16.2.2 – 172.16.2.191
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3. LAN interface addressing (3)
Check the parameters
are correct.
Click [Execute].
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3. LAN interface addressing (3)
LAN interface IP address
and DHCP scope exchange
is completed.
Pull out the cable of PC
and wait for 10 seconds
for refresh the PC’s address.
Connect the cable to PC.
Click
“ Access the new IP
address via http ”.
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4. IPsec VPN (1)
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Select [Advanced settings].
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4. IPsec VPN (2)
Select [Configure
VPN connection].
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4. IPsec VPN (3)
Select [Add] on
“ Tunnel[01] ”.
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4. IPsec VPN (4)
Select
“ LAN-to-LAN
network over IPsec ”.
Click [Next].
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4. IPsec VPN (5)
Fill with pre-shared-key.
“ secret ”
Select “ Identify using IP
address ” and fill with
opposite router address.
Router A
200.1.1.202
Router B
200.1.1.201
Select Authentication
and Encryption algorithm.
※ Select same as opposite.
Select keepalive use or not.
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4. IPsec VPN (6)
Fill with opposite router’s
LAN network address
and select net mask.
Click [Submit].
Router A
Address: 172.16.2.0, netmask: 255.255.255.0
Router B
Address: 172.16.1.0, netmask: 255.255.255.0
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4. IPsec VPN (7)
IPsec registration is completed and click [Return to top].
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Top page view after IPsec setting
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4. IPsec VPN (8)
 Ping is available between PC1 and PC2
Router-A
PSK: secret
.201
Internet
(200.1.1.0/24)
Router-B
.202
PSK: secret
IPSec
.1
.1
172.16.1.0/24
PC1
172.16.1.2
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172.16.2.0/24
PC2
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4. Configuration (1)
Added
Routing Configuration
Interface addressing configuration
PPPoE Configuration
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4. Configuration (2)
IPsec VPN Configuration
Static Filter Configuration
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4. Configuration (3)
Static Filter Configuration
Added
Dynamic Filter Configuration
Added
NAT, DHCP, DNS Configuration
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Switch control
RTX810
Port1
SW1
Port3
Port1
PC1
for operation
Port24
SW2
Port1
PC2
Port2
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5. Enable switch control (1)
Web GUI on PC1
Select
[Switch control].
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5. Enable switch control (2)
Select
[Basic configuration].
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5. Enable switch control (3)
Select
“ Use ” on LAN1.
Click [Submit].
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5. Enable switch control (4)
Configure completed.
Click [Return to top].
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5. Open switch control GUI (1)
Web GUI on PC1
Select
[Switch control].
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5. Open switch control GUI (2)
Click [Execute]
on “ LAN1 ”.
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6. Switch control GUI (1)
Click “ View in detail all devices ”,
you will see the detail of switch
and each port information.
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6. Switch control GUI (2)
Move pointer onto the
switch body and each port.
The brief information
will be displayed.
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6. Switch control GUI (3)
The topology
change dynamically.
Pull out the cable on PORT1,
SW2 will disappear.
Put back the cable,
SW2 will appear.
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6. Switch control GUI (4)
Switch control mechanism
RTX810
Router sends a proprietary mac frames for switch
control regularly to find connected switches.
In default: interval time is 3seconds.
This frame is used to configure and get status
of switches also.
SW
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6. Switch control GUI (5)
Configure the switch
Click the switch’s body:
Enable to configure follow:
- Name
- Firmware update
- Power conservation
- Loop detection
- Port mirroring
- Reset frame counter
- Restart
- Factory default
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6. Switch control GUI (6)
Configure the ports
Click the switch’s port:
Enable to configure follow:
- Auto negotiation
- Speed
- Flow control
- QoS
- Tag VLAN
- Multiple VLAN
- Frame counter
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7. Loop detect configuration (1)
Click SW2’s body.
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7. Loop detect configuration (2)
Select [Configure] on
“ loop detection ”.
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7. Loop detect configuration (3)
Select
“ Automatically shutdown ”
and set 300 seconds as
port shutdown time.
Click [Configure].
※ By default, if the packet loop happened, the switch does not shutdown
the loop detected port. The packet loop will remain.
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7. Loop detect configuration (4)
RTX810
PC1
Port1
SW1
Port3
Port1
Port24
SW2
Port1
Make a loop case.
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7. Loop detect configuration (5)
Exclamation mark is
displayed on the loop
detected port.
The switch shutdown the
port from bigger number
until the packet loop stop.
Port shutdown last in
300 seconds.
After 300 seconds or
pushing MODE button
on the front panel,
the port will recover
from shutdown.
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8. Host search (1)
The function to search a host which connected to switch from an IP address or MAC address.
Click [Search for host].
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8. Host search (2)
DHCP client list and
ARP entry list are displayed.
Fill the form with PC2’s
IP or MAC address.
Click [Search].
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8. Host search (3)
The host detected port will blink.
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9. VLAN
RTX810
LAN1 : 172.16.1.1/24
LAN1/1 : 192.168.100.0/24
PC1
Port1
SW1
Port3
172.16.1.2
Port1
Untagged
172.16.1.0/24
Port24
SW2
Port1
Tagged and Untagged
172.16.1.0/24 (VID : -)
192.168.100.0/24 (VID : 101)
Untagged
192.168.100.0/24
PC2
Port2
192.168.100.2
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9. VLAN (1)
Switch control GUI on PC1
Select
“ Create new VLAN tag ”.
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9. VLAN (2)
Click router icon.
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9. VLAN (3)
Fill with VLAN interface IP address.
“ 192.168.100.1/24 ”
Click [Configure].
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9. VLAN (4)
Click the port that
connected with PC2.
All ports routing from the
router to the selected port
is automatically configured
as same VLAN group.
Click [Configure]
at the bottom of the page.
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9. VLAN (5)
VLAN interface IP address
is set to 192.168.100.1/24
The switch joined VLAN
is encircled by blue line.
Click [back]
at the bottom of page.
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9. VLAN (6)
RTX810
PC1
Port1
Port3
172.16.1.2
SW1
Port1
Port24
SW2
Ping is available between
PC1 and PC2 by routing the
different network segments.
It is also possible to make filtering
for each VLAN network.
Port1
PC2
Port2
192.168.100.2
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9. Configuration
//①
192.168.100.1/24
① Enable switch control
//②
② VLAN configuration
・・・
③ SW1 configuration
//③
④ SW2 configuration
//④
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Continue to
console operation
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