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    Configuring VLAN Interface by Using the VLAN ID

    1. From the Main Menu, select 5) Node Operations > 3) Configure network settings > 2) IPv4 Configuration to assign an IP address for the VLAN.
      = (ctp_90 05/08/14 23:09:40 WST) | Network Configuration Menu
      Please select a number from the following list:
      0) Back to Previous Menu
      1) Supported Protocols: IPv4 only
      2) IPv4 Configuration
      3) IPv6 Configuration
      4) Virtual IP addresses
      5) OAM port (IPv4): 16
      6) CTP Bndl Data pkt protocol: 47
      7) CTP Bndl OAM port (IPv6): 32
      8) VLAN Configuration
      9) Current Configuration (active on reboot)
      10) Port operations (PBS/bridge)
      11) Config port operational mode (CE/PBS/bridge)
      12) Config access ip filtering
      13) SNMP Configuration
      ------------ Your choice [8]: 2
      *** You are about to modify a system parameter that will require
      *** a network restart when complete.
      *** If you decide to continue, the network will automatically
      *** restart upon leaving the menu, existing menu session will be
      *** terminated and active circuits will take traffic hits. For
      *** further configuration re-initiate the menu session.
      *** Note: If these parameters are changed incorrectly,
      *** system may not be reachable via the network
      *** after the network restarts.
      Are you sure? y[n]: y
      There are 2 ethernet devices available for use. The default device
      is the device through which the default gateway can be accessed.
      Ctp circuits can run over any ethernet device, default or not.
      A default device must be configured, other devices may be configured
      and enabled, or disabled. Here is a list ot the available devices
      and their descriptions:
      Copyright © 2014, Juniper Networks, Inc. 3
      eth0: 10/100/1000 Copper (right back)
      eth1: 10/100/1000 Copper (left back)
      List of VLAN interface :
      eth1.111: Vlan ID 111 on ehternet port 1
      What device would you like to make the IPV4 default device? (rtn for eth1):
      OK, eth1 (10/100/1000 Copper (left back)) will be configured as IPV4 default
      Please input the hostname (return for ctp_90):
      ===== Configuration for eth0:
      Activate IPV4 interface eth0 on boot [n]
      ===== Configuration for eth1 (default device):
      Please input the ip (return for
      Please input the netmask (return for
      Please input the gateway (return for
      Please input the mtu in bytes (return for 1500):
      Add route to interface eth1 [n]
      IPV4 configuration for VLAN interfaces :
      ===== Configuration for eth1.111:
      Activate IPV4 interface eth1.111 on boot [n] y
      Please input the ip (return for
      Please input the netmask (return for
      Please input the mtu in bytes (return for 1500):
      Add route to interface eth1.111 [n]
    2. Follow the onscreen instructions and configure the options as described in Table 1.

      Table 1: IP Parameters for Configuring a VLAN


      Your Action

      What device would you like to make the IPv4 default device ?

      Select the default Ethernet device.

      Please input the hostname.

      Specify the host name. Press Enter to select the default hostname.

      Note: Until CTPView Release 7.1R1, when you enter valid fully qualified domain names (FQDN) with subdomains, CTPView does not enable the subdomains (labels or dots) to be entered and has restrictions with the maximum length of the hostname length to be 24 characters. Starting with CTPView Release 7.2R1, you can specify hostnames of CTP devices in compliance with the domain name system (DNS) standards, which enables you to enter labels or subdomains in a hostname. Each label in a hostname can have a maximum of 63 characters and the entire FQDN can be up to a maximum of 253 characters. No specific restriction on the number of labels exists.

      Activate the IPv4 interface eth0 on boot.

      Enter n.

      Ethernet failover may not work correctly if multiple Ethernet interfaces are activated or the active Ethernet interface is configured as the secondary interface.

      Configuration for eth1 (default device)

      Enter the IP address, network mask, gateway, and MTU for eth1.

      Activate the IPv4 interface eth1.111 on boot.

      Enter y.

      Configuration for eth1.111

      Enter the IP address, network mask, and MTU for eth1.111.

    Modified: 2015-12-23