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Setting Up The Master Hub; Tcp/Ip Settings - D-Link DE-1824EI User Manual

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Setting up the Master Hub

This section describes the settings you will need to change to allow you to be
able to manage the hub from an SNMP-based Network Management System
such as SNMP-View, or to be able to access the hub using the Telnet

TCP/IP Settings

The hub needs to have a TCP/IP address assigned to it so that the network
management system or Telnet client can find it on the network. The TCP/IP
Parameters Configuration Menu allows you to change the settings for the two
different interfaces used on the hub: the Ethernet interface used for in-band
communication, and the SLIP interface used over the console port for out-of-
band communication.
Each of the fields on this menu takes effect the next time the system is
restarted. Fields that can be set include:
♦ IP Address: determines the IP address used by the hub for receiving
SNMP and Telnet communications., where each xxx is a number (represented in decimal)
between 0 and 255. This address should be a unique address on a
network assigned to you by the central Internet authorities. The same
IP address is shared by both the SLIP and Ethernet network interfaces.
♦ Subnet Mask: bitmask that determines the extent of the subnet that
the hub is on. Should be of the form, where each xxx
is a number (represented in decimal) between 0 and 255. If no
subnetting is being done, the value should be for a Class A
network, for a Class B network, and for a
Class C network.
Should be of the form
Using the Console Interface



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