Product Documentation

Bind the Subnet IP Address to VLAN of Data Interface

Aug 31, 2017

After adding a subnet IP address to the instance, you must bind the IP address to the VLAN of data interface you are using on the instance. By default, the VLAN 1007 is bound to the 10/1 and 10/2 interfaces.

  • To bind the subnet IP address to VLAN of data interface from the configuration utility

    1. Navigate to the System > Network > VLANs page.

    2. Select the VLAN, such as 1007, that was created when provisioning the instances.

    3. Click Open, as shown in the following figure.

    4. In the Interface Bindings tab of the Configure VLAN dialog box, notice that the VLAN is bound to interfaces 10/1 (entry T9 of your worksheet) and 10/2.

    5. In the IP Bindings tab, select the subnet IP address you have created, as shown in the following figure.

    6. Click Create and then Close.

    7. If you are configuring the appliance for two links, repeat this procedure to bind second subnet IP (entry T5 of your worksheet) to another VLAN, such as 1009.

  • To bind the subnet IP addresses to VLANs of data interface by using the command line interface, run the following command

    ``` pre codeblock

    bind vlan 1007–IPAddress 172.17.17.2 255.255.255.0 bind vlan 1009–IPAddress 172.17.18.2 255.255.255.0 ```

    Note: Run the second command only if you are configuring the appliance for two links.