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Web Master
Operating
Manual































Rev 1, January 2000,

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Contents

Introduction

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Introduction
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How

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Getting Started

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Introduction
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Requirements

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Hardware

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Software
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Getting Started
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How to Launch Web Master

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Conventions

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Introduction
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Web Master
Browser Layout

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Top Pane
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Left Menu
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Browser Window

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Buttons
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Icons

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Configurat ion Tables
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Configuration

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Introduction
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System Info

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IP Address

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Routing Table

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ARP Table
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QoS
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QoS


IP Application

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QoS


IPX Applicat ion

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QoS


IP Addresses

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QoS


IPX Addresses
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QoS


Time of Day
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QoS


Admission Control

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QoS Rules Table

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Glossary of Terms

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Index

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Table of Figures


Figure 2
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1: Enter Network Password Dialog

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Figure 2
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2:
Web Master

Main Page

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Figure 3
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1: Annotated View of the Web Master Browser Interf
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1: System Info Window
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Figure 4
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2: IP Address Window
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Figure 4
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3: Routing Table Window
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Figure 4
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Figure 4
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5: QoS Menu

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Figure 4
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7: Edit/Delete or Add IP Applicat ion Window

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Figure 4
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Figure 4
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9: Edit/Delete or Add IPX Application Window

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Figure 4
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10: QoS IP Addresses Table

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Figure 4
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11: Edit/Delete or Add IP Add
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12: QoS IPX Addresses Table
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Figure 4
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13: Edit/Delete or Add IPX Address Group Window
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Figure 4
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14: QoS Time of Day Table

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Figure 4
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Figure 4
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Web Master Operating Manual

Introduction



1

INTRODUCTION

Introduction

Welcome to the
Web Master

Operating Manual. The manual explains how to use the
Web
Master

browser interface to configure
HighLink

devices.

How does it Work?

The
HighLin
k

device contains an application embedded in its hardware that enables
configuration via a web browser.
HighLink
is like a self
-
contained web server with its
own web site.


Figure 1
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1: WebMaster User Interface




Web Master Operating Manual

Getting Started



3

GETTING STARTED

Introduction

This chapter

explains how to install and run the
Web Master

application for configuring or
monitoring
HighLink
devices.

Requirements

Hardware



IP connection to a configured
HighLink
(e.g., LAN serial WAN ports, and/or
ISDN).



Pentium with minimum 64 MB memory.



CPU speed

minimum of 166 MHz.



NOTE: Some features, such as the statistics graphs are available only if the
HighLink
is licensed. Contact a local dealer in order to obtain a license to enable such features.

Software



Internet Explorer (version 4.0 or later),
Or
: N
etscape Communicator (version 4.0
or later)

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Getting Started

How to Launch Web Master

Enter the IP address of the
HighLink

device that must be configured in the web browser’s
http address edit box and press enter.

The following security dialog appears:



Figure 2
-
1: Enter Network Password Dialog

Enter the following details and press the
OK
button:


User name:
admin

Password:
radwiz


The initial page appears, containing the
Web Master

product details.


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Providing a configured
HighLink

unit is connected to

the network via a LAN connection
or network socket, the following
Global Parameters

window shown below appears within
a few seconds:


Figure 2
-
2:
Web Master

Main Page


The browser interface is now ready to configure and monitor the
HighLink
device.

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Conventions



7

CONVE
NTIONS

Introduction

This chapter describes the interface conventions used to operate the
Web Master
. Common
buttons and iconized
-
links that help manipulate the
Web Master

are also explained in this
chapter.


Web Master
Browser Layout

Each window can be o
perated using standard HTML web browser operations. The
Web
Master

browser layout consists of the following major areas:



Top Pane


this pane does not change and can be seen across the top of all
Web
Master

windows. It contains the company logo and
Web Mas
ter

product details.



Left Menu


this menu changes according to which page to the browser is in. The
width of the left pane is adjustable. Select and drag the border between the
browser main window and the left pane.



Browser Window


contains the actual co
nfiguration summaries, tables, buttons
and icons.

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The following annotated screenshot shows these major areas:


Figure 3
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1: Annotated View of the Web Master Browser Interface

Top Pane

This pane is ‘frozen’, i.e., it does no
t change no matter which window appears in the main
browser window, and whether the scroll bars are adjusted to the maximum in their vertical
and horizontal planes. It contains the
HighLink

and
Web Master

product information.

Left Menu

The left menu includ
es the following configurable parameters:



System Info



IP Address



Routing Table



ARP Table



QoS


See the
Configuration

chapter for full details regarding how to open and configure each of
the above parameters.



NOTE: The
QoS

link in the left menu has its ow
n sub
-
menu that appears in the left
-
hand menu. To return to the main left side menu from the
QoS

sub
-
menu, click on the
Back to Main Menu
link.

Left Menu

Top Pane

Browser Window


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Browser Window

This area includes the configuration tables. The user can make changes to the settings in
each ta
ble and save them to take effect in the
HighLink
. The browser window contains all
the configuration buttons and functions, that are explained below in the next section:


Buttons

USE…

TO…



Save

any new rules. Closing the window before pressing this butto
n means any
new settings will
not

saved.




Remove a rule from the table of rules. Select the edit/delete icon (see the
“Icons” table below), and press the
Remove Rule

button. The rule is deleted.




Submit

a new rule to the table



Restore

settings
to previously saved values.




Copy the currently selected rule. Use the
Duplicate Rule

button to create
configuration tables based on a common format or content. Simply edit certain
parameters (e.g., its name) to adapt the new rule.




Add a rule to
a table, such as a
QoS

rule.



Sets the parameter to work from the whole available range of options. For
example, clicking on the
Any
button in Ports
From : To

fields in the
IP
Application

table sets the available port numbers from 0 to 65535.

Icons

USE


TO…


Edit/ Delete rules. Click on this icon to open a configuration table for further editing.


Launch data flow statistics graph.


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Configuration Tables

Configuration tables contain edit boxes, combo boxes, buttons and che
ck boxes that can be
employed to configure
HighLink
parameters.



NOTE: Remember to press the
Save

or
Submit
button before closing any windows
that contain new settings, otherwise, the new settings will be lost.

USE…

TO…




Type in a new setting. This

edit box example shows a suitable name
the user may type in for an
IP Application
.




Select an appropriate value. This example shows a protocol that might
be used for an
IP Application
.



Place a check on the box to enable the feature, e.g., in the
I
P
Application
, place a check in the RTP checkbox to enable Real Time
Protocol.





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CONFIGURATION

Introduction

This chapter explains how to use the browser interface to configure and monitor
HighLink
parameters. It is divided into the following order, acco
rding to the
Web Master
main left
-
hand side menu:



System Info



IP Address



Routing Table



ARP Table



QoS, which includes the following sub
-
menu:



Rules Table



IP Applications



IPX Applications



IP Addresses



IPX Addresses



Time of Day



Admission Control

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System Info

Activation:

Click on the
System Info

link in the left menu.

The following
Global Parameters
window appears:


Figure 4
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1: System Info Window

USE…

TO…

Description


View the connected device’s description.

Name

Enter an appropriate reference name for the
HighLink
.


Location

Enter the device’s location.


Contact

Enter contact details.


Software
Version

View the current software version.


IP Address

View the device’s IP Address.


IP Mask

View the device’s IP Mask.


System Time

View the system’s time se
tting.


System Date

View the system’s date setting.


System Up
Time

View the time that has passed since the system has been ‘up’, i.e. connected, and providing
IP communications.




Submit any new settings to this table. For example, if the user types
in a value in the ‘
Name

edit
-
box, the
Submit

button must be pressed in order for the new settings to be saved in the
table.



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Restore

settings to previously saved values.


IP Address

Activation:

Click on the
IP Address

link in the left menu.

The foll
owing window appears:


Figure 4
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2: IP Address Window

USE…

TO…

IP Address


View the IP Address of the connected
HighLink

and other assigned IP Addresses on the
network.

IP Mask


View the IP Mask of the connected
HighLink

and other assigned IP Addresses o
n the
network.


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Routing Table

Activation:

Click on the
Routing Table

link in the left menu.

The following window appears:


Figure 4
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3: Routing Table Window

USE…

TO…

Address


View the IP Address of the connected device.

Netmask


View the Netmask addre
ss of the LAN.

Gateway

View the Gateway address for this IP Addresses communication.

Interface

View the interface index number. The user should be familiar with the interface index and
which protocols they represent, e.g., I/f #11 could be Frame Relay,
#12 TCP, etc.

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ARP Table

Activation:

Click on the
ARP Table

link in the left menu.

The following window appears:


Figure 4
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4: ARP Table Window

USE…

TO…

Interface

View the interface index number.


IP Address


View the IP Address of the connec
ted
HighLink
.

MAC
Address

View the MAC Address of the connected
HighLink
. The MAC Address is used to enable
extra features, such as PABX capability, QoS services, etc. Contact the local dealer to order
a license for such extra features.

Type

View the typ
e of routing connection.


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QoS

The QoS configuration windows include a
Rules Table

that summarises each QoS policy
configured for the
HighLink
.

When the QoS link in the main left menu is selected, the following window appears:


Figure 4
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5: QoS Menu

Befor
e rules are address to the QoS Rules Table, each of the parameters must be created
using the other links contained in the QoS left side menu (e.g., IP Applications, IP
Addresses, Time of Day, etc.). In this section, the other links are described first, as
logically they must be configured first, and then the final explanation concerns the QoS
Rules Table, that summarises all the other previously set parameters.



NOTE:

The main
Web Master

left menu is replaced by the QoS sub
-
menu. Click on
the
Back to Main

Menu

link in order to return to the main menu.


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QoS


IP Application

IP Applications Table

Activation:

Click on the
IP Applications
link in the QoS left menu.

The following window appears:


Figure 4
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6: QoS IP Applications Table

USE…

TO…

Modify

Press th
e Edit/Delete icon

in order to edit or delete a row in the IP Application Table.
The IP Application Edit/delete window described after this section appears.


Application


View the IP application of a row (e.g., video, and vo
ice over IP, etc.).

Port From:
To:

View the defined Port range for a row’s application.

Protocol

View the IP protocol for a row’s application. (e.g., UDP, TCP, etc.)

RTP

View whether Real Time Protocol is switched on for this IP application. RTP is ge
nerally
required for real time audio/video applications.

Add IP
Application
button

Press this button to add a new IP Application. See the section below for a description of the
window this button launches.


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Edit/Delete or Add a QoS IP Application

Activa
tion:

From the
IP Applications Table

described above, either:

Select the
Edit/Delete

icon

of the row that must be edited or deleted , OR:

Click on the
Add IP Application

button

(located below the

IP
Applicat
ions Table
).

The following window appears:



Figure 4
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7: Edit/Delete or Add IP Application Window

USE…

TO…

Name

Enter an IP Application name, such as Video Conf. This name is used to identify the IP
Application type later in the QoS table.

Ports


Set t
he port numbers for the defined IP Application. Click on the Any button to choose a
range of ports from 0 to 65535.

Alternatively, enter a range of ports for this IP application by typing in values in the ‘Ports
From’ and ‘Ports To’ edit boxes that define

the range of available ports.

Protocol

Select an IP protocol from the combo
-
box. For example, TCP. The options include: ICMP,
TCP, UDP and Any.

RTP

Place a check in the check
-
box if Real Time Protocol is required. This option is generally
required for

real time audio/video applications.

Save

Save any new settings. Notice the saved IP Application now appears in the IP Applications
Table described above.

Remove

Remove the IP Application from the IP Applications Table.

Restore

Restore the previously sa
ved settings.



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QoS


IPX Application

IPX protocols are used on Novell networks. Unlike the IP Applications described
previously, the user does not need to select a communication protocol (e.g., TCP, UDP,
etc.).

IPX Applications Table

Activation:

Click on

the
IPX Applications
link in the QoS left menu.

The following window appears:


Figure 4
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8: QoS IPX Applications Table

USE…

TO…

Modify

Press the Edit/Delete icon

in order to edit or delete a row in the IPX Application Table


the IPX Application Edit/delete window described after this section appears.


Application


View the IPX application of a row (e.g., Print Server).

Socket From:
To:

View the defined Socket range (from: to) for the IPX Application.


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Edit/Delete or
Add a QoS IPX Application

Activation:

From the
IPX Applications Table

described above, either:

Select the
Edit/Delete

icon

of the row that must be edited or deleted , OR:

Click on the
Add IPX Application

button

(below the IPX
Applications Table).

The following window appears:



Figure 4
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9: Edit/Delete or Add IPX Application Window

USE…

TO…

Name

Enter an IPX Application name, such as Printer Server. This name is used to identify the
IPX Application type later in the QoS table
.

Sockets From
To


Set the Socket numbers for the defined IPX Application. Click on the Any button to choose
a range of Sockets from 0 to 65535.

Alternatively, enter a range of ports for this IP application by typing in values in the
‘Sockets From’ and ‘
Sockets To’ edit boxes that define the range of available ports.

Save

Save any new settings. Notice the saved IPX Application now appears in the IPX
Applications Table described above.

Remove

Remove the IPX Application from the IPX Applications Table.

Restore

Restore the previously saved settings.



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QoS


IP Addresses

Use these windows to define groups of IP Addresses the
HighLink
communicates with.
QoS can then be applied to certain IP Address groups.

IP Addresses Table

Activation:

Click on the
IP Add
resses

link in the QoS left menu.

The following window appears:


Figure 4
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10: QoS IP Addresses Table

USE…

TO…

Modify

Press the Edit/Delete icon

in order to edit or delete a row in the IP Addresses Table


when this icon is cl
icked, the IP Addresses Edit/delete window described after this section
appears.

Name

View the name of the IP Address group (e.g., R&D).

IP Address
From: To:

View the defined IP Address group range (from: to).


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Edit/Delete or Add IP Addresses

Activ
ation:

From the
IP Addresses

Table

described above, either:

Select the
Edit/Delete

icon

of the row that must be edited or deleted , OR:

Click on the
Add IP Address Group

button

(located below the
IP Addresses

Table
).

The foll
owing window appears:


Figure 4
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11: Edit/Delete or Add IP Address Window

USE…

TO…

Group Name

Enter an IP Address Group name, such as Engineering. This name is used to identify the IP
Address group later in the QoS table.

Address


Set the IP Address rang
e for the defined group. Click on the Any button to choose a range
of IP Addresses from 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255.

Alternatively, enter a range of IP addresses by typing in values in the ‘IP Address From’
and ‘IP Address To’ edit boxes to define the rang
e of IP Addresses.

Save Group
button

Save any new settings. Notice the saved IP Address range now appears in the
IP Addresses
Table

described above.

Remove
Group button

Remove the IP Addresses from the
IP Addresses Table

.

Restore
button

Restore the pr
eviously saved settings.



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QoS


IPX Addresses

Use these windows to define groups of IPX Addresses the
HighLink
communicates with.
QoS can then be applied to certain IPX Address groups.

IPX Addresses Table

Activation:

Click on the
IPX Addresses

link in th
e QoS left menu.

The following window appears:


Figure 4
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12: QoS IPX Addresses Table

USE…

TO…

Modify

Press the Edit/Delete icon

in order to edit or delete a row in the IP Addresses Table


when this icon is clicked, the IP Ad
dresses Edit/delete window described after this section
appears.

Name

View the name of the IP Address group (e.g., R&D).

IPX Net
From: To:

View the defined IPX Net group range (from: to).

IPX Node
From: To:

View the defined IPX Node group range (fr
om: to).

Add IPX
Address
Group button

Add a new IPX Address group (press the button)


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Edit/Delete or Add an IPX Addresses Group

Activation:

From the
IPX Addresses

Table

described above, either:

Select the
Edit/Delete

icon

of

the row that must be edited or deleted , OR:

Click on the
Add IPX Addresses Group

button

(located
below the
IPX Addresses

Table
).

The following window appears:


Figure 4
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13: Edit/Delete or Add IPX Address Group Window

USE…

TO…

IPX Group
Name

Enter an

IP Address Group name, such as Managers. This name is used to identify the IPX
Address group later in the QoS table.

Net Address
(From: To)


Set the IPX Network range for the defined group. Click on the Any button to choose a range
of Networks from 00000
000 to FFFFFFFF (hex notation).

Alternatively, enter a range of IP addresses by typing in values in the ‘Net From’ and ‘Net
To’ edit boxes to define the range of Novell networks.

Node
Address
(From: To)

Set the IPX node range for the defined group. Clic
k on the Any button to choose a range of
nodes from 000000000000 to FFFFFFFFFFFF (hex notation).

Alternatively, enter a range of Nodes by typing in values in the ‘Node From’ and ‘Node To’
edit boxes to define the range of Novell Nodes.

Save IPX
Group bu
tton

Save any new settings. Notice the saved IPX Group range now appears in the
IPX
Addresses Table

described above.

Remove IPX
Group button

Remove the IPX Group from the
IPX Addresses Table

.

Restore
button

Restore the previously saved settings.



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QoS


Time of Day

Use these windows to define particular times the
HighLink
transfers data at certain rates.
QoS can then be applied to certain times of day.

Time Group Table

Activation:

Click on the
Time of Day

link in the QoS left menu.

The following window
appears:


Figure 4
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14: QoS Time of Day Table

USE…

TO…

Modify

Press the Edit/Delete icon

in order to edit or delete a row in the IP Addresses Table


when this icon is clicked, the Time Group Edit/delete window described after

this section
appears.

Group Name

View the name of the Time group (e.g., Early morning).

Time From

View the defined start time.

Duration

View the defined time duration.

Add Time
Group button

Press this button to add a new Time Group. A description

of this operation appears below.


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Edit/Delete or Add a Time Group

Activation:

From the
Time of Day

Table

described above, either:

Select the
Edit/Delete

icon

of the row that must be edited or deleted , OR:

Click on the
Add Ti
me Group

button

(located below the
Time of
Day Table
).

The following window appears:


Figure 4
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15: Edit/Delete or Add Time Group Window

USE…

TO…

Group Name

Enter a Time Group name, such as Early Morning. This name is used to identify the Time
of Day g
roup later in the QoS table.

Time From

Set the group’s start time.

Duration

Set the Group’s duration. Note that if the user sets the time from to be 23:00 and the
duration 7:00 hours, then the group’s QoS rules are applied into the following day.

Save
Group
button

Save any new settings. Notice the saved Time Group now appears in the
Time of Day Table

described above.

Remove
Group button

Remove the Time Group from the
Time of Day Table

.

Restore
button

Restore the previously saved settings.



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QoS


Ad
mission Control

The admission control table allows the user to control data flow rate for each of
HighLink’s links (e.g., LAN 1, LAN 2, ISDN link, etc.).

Activation:

Click on the
Admission Control

link in the QoS left menu.

The following window appears:


Figure 4
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16: QoS Admission Control Table

USE…

TO…

#

View the Admission Control index.

Physical
Interface

View the physical interface type for an Admission Control row.

Access Rate

Edit the Access Rate for a row’s physical interface.

Available
Rate

Vie
w the Available Rate for a row’s physical interface

Save button

Save new settings.

Restore
button

Restore settings to their previously saved values.










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QoS Rules Table

Activation:

Click on the
Rules Table

link in the left QoS menu.

The following

window appears:



Figure 4
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17: QoS Rules Table

USE…

TO…

Edit/Delete
icon

Edit/Delete an existing rule. Clicking on this button launches the Edit/Delete Rule window
described below.


Number


View the index number of the rule.

Class

View the IP Application class. Classes can be created in the
IP Applications

link in the QoS
left menu.

Source

View the source of the rule. Source names are entered using the IP Addresses link in the
QoS menu in the ‘Name’ edit box.

Destination

V
iew the destination of a rule. Destinations can be created using the IP Addresses link in
the QoS menu in the ‘Name’ edit box.

Interface

Index number for the interface type.

Direct


Time

View the Time of Day group of a row. Time of Day groups can be cre
ated using the
Time of
Day

link in the QoS menu.

Action

View the action taken on a row. (e.g., Forward, Block, Block and Report).

Packets

Click on the Graph icon to view packet transfer statistics.

Bytes

Click on the Graph icon to view byte transfer st
atistics.

Add Rule
Add a new rule to the QoS Table. Note that if the user wants to add a new rule similar to

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other existing rules in the QoS Rule Table, the Edit/Delete button launches a window
containing a
Duplicate Rule

button. Press this button
in order to create a copy of the
existing rule in order to save time and produce a new rule that closely matches an existing
rule.

Edit/Delete or Add a New QoS Rule

Activation:

From the
Rules Table

described above, either:


Select the
Edit/Delete

icon

of the row that must be edited or deleted , OR:

Click on the
Add Rule

button

(located below the
Time of Day Table
).

The following window appears:



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Rule Order

Select th
e Rule order from the combo
-
box.

Class

View the IP Application class. Classes can be created in the
IP Applications

link in the QoS
left menu.

IP

Source: Destination:

Interface

Index number for the interface type.

Direction


Packet Size
(Bytes)

Enter

min and max packet sizes in the edit boxes

Type of
Service

Select the Type of Service from the combo
-
box. Options include: CBR, rtVBR, nrtVBR and
Best Effort (BE).

Priority

Applicable only for Best Effort Type of Service. Select a Priority for the Best
Effort service
from the combo
-
box.

Rate (Kbps)

For CBR & VBR: type a suitable value in Kbps in the edit box.

For VBR: Type in a Peak bit rate and select the MBS priority from the combo
-
box.

Exceeding
Traffic

Select an option from the combo
-
box for what t
he
HighLink

does with traffic exceeding
defined limits from: Best Effort (BR), or Drop.

TOS for
Conforming
Traffic

Select a TOS index number from the combo
-
box for conforming traffic.

TOS for Non
-
Conforming
Traffic

Select a TOS index number from the comb
o
-
box for non
-
conforming traffic.

Action

View the action taken on a row. (e.g., Forward, Block, Block and Report).

Save

Save any new settings. Notice the saved Rule appears in the
QoS Rules Table

described
above.

Remove

Remove the Rule from the
QoS Rule
s Table
.

Restore

Restore the previously saved settings.



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