Interfaces

The Settings > Interfaces screen enables you to change parameters for the network interface points for Standalone Sentry:

physical and VLAN interfaces

static routes

Physical and VLAN interface fields are not editable for a Standalone Sentry installed on Microsoft Azure. These are assigned by the Microsoft Azure infrastructure.

You configure a physical network interface as part of the installation process. You can use the Interfaces screen to:

Edit the physical interface settings specified during installation

Add physical interfaces

Add VLAN interfaces

Change VLAN interfaces

Physical interface mapping to M2600 NIC ports

The following table provides a mapping of the physical interface name in the Core System Manager to the physical NIC port in the M2600 appliance. The six Gigabit Ethernet interfaces are available only on an M2600 appliance.

Table 34.  Physical interface mapping to M2600 NIC ports

Physical interface

M2600 NIC port

GigabitEthernet1

I - eth0 (NIC-3)

GigabitEthernet2

J - eth1 (NIC-4)

GigabitEthernet3

K- eth2 (NIC-5)

GigabitEthernet4

L- eth3 (NIC-6)

GigabitEthernet5

C- eth4 (NIC-1)

GigabitEthernet6

D- eth5 (NIC-2)

Changing physical interfaces

You can change the physical interfaces for Standalone Sentry in the Sentry System Manager.

Procedure 

1. Click the interface name.

Figure 1. Modify physical interfaces

2. Change any or all of the following fields:

Field

Description

IP

Enter the IP address of the physical network interface.

Unless you are configuring a standalone implementation for a small trial, you should specify at least one physical interface.

Mask

Enter the netmask of the physical network interface.

ACL Name

Select an Access Control List for this interface.

Admin State

To enable this interface for use with the system, click Enable. To temporarily prevent use of this interface with the system, click Disable.

3. Click Save.

Adding VLAN interfaces

Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) interfaces are optional interfaces you can configure on UEM to manage bandwidth and load balancing. You can add a VLAN interface in the Standalone Sentry System Manager.

Procedure 

1. Click Add VLAN.

Figure 2. Adding VLAN

2. Use the following guidelines to complete the configuration:

Field

Description

VLAN ID

Specify a number between 2 and 4094.

IP Address

Enter the IP address for this VLAN interface.

Mask

Enter the netmask for this VLAN interface.

Physical Interface

Select the physical interface that corresponds to this VLAN interface.

ACL Name

Select an Access Control List for this interface. See Access Control Lists.

Admin State

To enable this interface, click Enable. To temporarily suspend use of this VLAN, click Disable.

3. Click Save.

Deleting a VLAN interface

You can delete the Standalone Sentry Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) interface in the Sentry System Manager.

Procedure 

1. Select the VLAN you want to remove.
2. Click Delete VLAN.