Media Flow Manager Web-Based Interface : System Config : System Config > Interfaces

System Config > Interfaces
Manage network interfaces options. See interface for CLI details.
eth0 state
View interface Status, IP address, Netmask, Type, Speed, Duplex, MTU, and a Comment (if configured) for each discovered interface.
eth0 configuration
Make configurations for the eth0 interface. See Figure 8 for graphic.
Enabled—Select to enable the interface for activity, default; or de-select the checkbox to disable the interface, respectively.
Obtain IP Address Automatically (DHCP)—Allow DHCP to assign the IP address for this CMC. OR
Specify IP Address Manually—Enter the IP address and Netmask for this CMC.
Speed and Duplex—Choose Auto (default) for the Speed and Duplex to be set automatically based on hardware. Or you can set these options to alternate values in the drop-down menu. Note! Juniper Networks highly recommends that Speed and Duplex not be changed from the auto-configured defaults.
MTU—The Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) sets the largest number of bytes a frame can carry. Default is 1500.
Comment—A description for the interface.
Click Apply to immediately apply changes; Cancel to revert to existing configuration. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent.
Figure 8 System Config > Interfaces Page Detail (eth0 configuration)
DHCP Primary Interface
Set DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) primary interface and/or verify the current primary DHCP interface on the System Config > Interfaces page. DHCP allows new network devices to be automatically supplied with an IP address and other information, depending on the setup of the DHCP server. CMC has no primary DHCP interface by default. Setting a primary interface ensures that DHCP messages arrive only on that interface; to do so, choose a Configured primary interface from the drop-down list.
Click Apply to immediately apply changes; Cancel to revert to existing configuration. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent.
Add new interface aliases
Add a new interface alias on the System Config > Interfaces page. An interface alias lets you assign multiple IP addresses to the same interface. You must know the Alias index, IP address, and Netmask to use. See Figure 9 for graphic. Click Apply to immediately apply changes; Cancel to revert to existing configuration. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent.
Figure 9 System Config > Interfaces Page Detail (Add new interface alias)

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