System & Monitor : Device Settings : Dynamic Objects : Interface : Add Dynamic Interface
Add Dynamic Interface
This page allows you to configure interfaces.
1. Go to System Management > Device Settings > Dynamic Objects > Interface and select Add.
2. Enter Dynamic Interface details.
Name
Name to identify the Interface.
IP Family
Select IP Family of the Interface.
Available Options:
* IPv4
* IPv6
Type
Select Interface Type - Route and Bridge
For Route interface type you need to select Zone type:
Available Options:
* LAN – Depending on the device in use and network design, one can group one to six physical ports in this zone. Group multiple interfaces with different network subnets to manage them as a single entity. Group all the LAN networks under this zone.
* By default the traffic to and from this zone is blocked and hence the highest secured zone. However, traffic between ports belonging to the same zone will be allowed.
* WAN - This zone is used for Internet services. It can also be be referred as Internet zone.
DMZ (DeMilitarized Zone) - This zone is normally used for publicly accessible servers. Depending on the device in use and network design, one can group one to five physical ports in this zone.
* By default, entire traffic will be blocked except LAN to Local zone service likes Administration, Authentication, and Network.
3. Enter Device-Interface Mapping.
Device
Select the device.
Interface
Select the interface which is to be mapped.
4. Select Save.