Configure Options on LAN Device GUI Connected with OnPlus100

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Objective

The OnPlus monitors and manages the LAN connected devices with the network. You can log in to the Cisco OnPlus Portal and can access to the GUI of the LAN device to enter to the GUI to configure or modify some additional network settings (e.g. IP Address, DNS Servers, NTP Servers) for the device. 

This article explains how to configure options on the GUI of the LAN devices connected with the OnPlus100.

Applicable Devices

• OnPlus 100

Software Version

• v7.6.2.036

Configure Options on LAN Device GUI

Note: First you need to log in to the LAN device GUI. To know more on how to log in to the GUI of the LAN device refer to Configure Remote Connection of a Device from the Web Portal of the OnPlus100.

Step 1. Log in to the Cisco Network Agent and choose Configuration to configure options on the LAN device.

Step 2. Click Configure additional network settings to modify or configure more network settings for the device. 

Step 3. Click the appropriate radio button to choose appropriate type of IP address.

• DHCP — Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) represents that the IP address of the device is assigned by the DHCP server automatically. You do not need to provide any IP address to the device. It provides more security as whenever the device is connected to the internet, it is assigned a new IP address and there is no possibility to conflict between the IP address as only idle IP addresses are assigned by the DHCP server. 

• Static — Represents that a constant specific IP address is used for the device. If you choose the Static IP address, you need to provide the Network Address, Netmask, Network Gateway address in the specific fields. 

– Network Address — Represents the network address.

– Netmask — Represents the netmask or subnet for the network.

– Network Gateway — Represents the default gateway for the network.

– DNS Server 1 — Represents the IP address of the first DNS server.

– DNS Server 2 — Represents the IP address of the second DNS server.

– DNS Server 3 — Represents the IP address of the third DNS server.

– NTP Server 1 — Represents the IP address of the first Network Time Protocol (NTP) server which synchronizes the time between systems.

– NTP Server 2 — Represents the IP address of the second NTP server.

Timesaver: If you choose Static, skip to Step 6.

Step 4. Click the appropriate radio button to choose the appropriate type of DNS Servers. Domain Name Server (DNS) map the mnemonic name to its appropriate IP address.

• DHCP assigned (option 6) — Represents that the IP address of the DNS server is assigned automatically by the DHCP server. 

 

• Specify — Represents that you need to assign a specific IP address for the DNS server. If you choose this option enter DNS Server 1 and DNS Server 2 IP address in the respective field. DNS Server 3 IP address is optional.

– DNS Server 1 — Represents the IP address of the first DNS server.

– DNS Server 2 — Represents the IP address of the second DNS server.

– DNS Server 3 — Represents the IP address of the third DNS server.

Step 5. Choose the appropriate radio button to choose the appropriate type of NTP Servers. Network Time Protocol (NTP) servers synchronize the time between systems

• DHCP assigned (option 42) — Represents that the IP address of the NTP server is assigned automatically by the DHCP server.

• Specify — Represents that you need to assign the IP address of the NTP server. If you click this radio button, you need to provide the IP address for each server you wish to configure in its respective field. You need to configure at least one server.

– NTP Server 1 — Represents the IP address of the first NTP server.

– NTP Server 2 — Represents the IP address of the second NTP server.

Step 6. Click Apply network settings if you want to save the current configuration else click Cancel to cancel the settings.

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