With System Menu, user can edit the system settings of a device, which are grouped under three menus: General, IP Host and Configs. Each of these menus consist of few sub-menus such as Hostname, Name Server, NTP Server, SNMP NMS Server and SNMP Trap Server. User can also compare and verify config changes before pushing the config to a device.
The System menus and the sub-menus are the same in Gateway and Edge Devices.
User can access the General Menu from the dropdown menu under the tab.
The General Settings consist of the five sections as shown in above Image 1. Each section can be expanded to edit by clicking on the button on the panel header.
|Hostname||The hostname can be a Alpha /Alphanumeric character, which a device is called on a network|
|Name Server 1||This is a DNS name server that stores the DNS records|
|Name Server 2||Alternative DNS name server that stores the DNS records|
|NTP Server 1||The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a networking protocol for clock synchronization between computer systems over packet-switched|
|NTP Server 2||Alternative Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a networking protocol for clock synchronization between computer systems over packet-switched|
SNMP NMS Server
|NMS Server||This lets you connect with external server to monitor managed RansNet devices|
SNMP Trap Server
|Trap Server||SNMP Traps are the most frequently used alert messages sent from a RansNet SNMP to external Server|
IP Host Menu
User can access the IP Host from the dropdown menu under the tab when edit the Gateway. User can click the Host in the ‘Host Name‘ column to edit it.
New IP Host
To create new IP host, click on the button as in Image 2.
Settings of IP Host
|01.||Host Name||IP address or site name|
|02.||Host IP||IP Address : The ip address that needs to be mapped to the Hostname|
Reject : URL/IP address that you wanted the system to reject.
Resolve : To resolve IP to URL and vise versa.
|03.||Rewrite||Enable DNS re-write (doctoring) for this domain/host|
User can access the Configs from the dropdown menu under the tab.
The ‘Configs interface‘ consists of two sections as listed below in Image 4. The collapsed sections are expandable to two section ‘Compare Config‘ & ‘Config Difference‘,
The ‘Compare Config‘ section can be used to compare the old config (Left Side) vs current config (Right side) and the ‘Config Difference‘ displays the New/Edited config.