H3C Access Points Cloud Mode Web-Based Configuration Guide(E2442 R2442)-6W100

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Using the Web interface

As shown in Figure 1, the Web interface contains the following areas:

 

Area

Description

(1) Banner and auxiliary area

Contains the following items:

·     The H3C logo.

·     Device model.

·     Admin icon —Click this icon to select a language, change the login password, save the current settings, and log out.

(2) Navigation tree

Organizes feature menus in a tree in system view or in network view.

(3) Content pane

Displays information and provides an area for you to configure features.

Depending on the content in this pane, the webpages include the following types:

·     Feature page—Contains functions or features that a feature module can provide (see "Using a feature page").

·     Table page—Displays entries in a table (see "Using a table page").

·     Configuration page—Contains parameters for you to configure a feature or function (see "Using a configuration page").

(4) Status area

Displays device status and statistics.

 

Figure 1 Web interface layout

(1) Banner and auxiliary area

(2) Navigation tree (in system view or network view)

(3) Content pane

(4) Status area

 

Types of webpages

Webpages include feature, table, and configuration pages. This section provides basic information about these pages. For more information about using the icons and buttons on the pages, see "Icons and buttons."

Using a feature page

As shown in Figure 2, a feature page contains information about a feature module, including its table entry statistics, features, and functions. From a feature page, you can configure features provided by a feature module.

Figure 2 Sample feature page

 

Using a table page

As shown in Figure 3, a table page displays entries in a table. To sort entries by a field in ascending or descending order, click the field. For example, click Interface to sort entries by interfaces.

Figure 3 Sample table page

 

Using a configuration page

As shown in Figure 4, one configuration page contains all parameters for a configuration task. If a parameter must be configured on another page, the configuration page typically provides a link. You do not need to navigate to the destination page.

For example, you must use an ACL when you configure a packet filter. If no ACLs are available when you perform the task, you can click the Add icon  to create an ACL. In this situation, you do not need to navigate to the ACL management page.

Figure 4 Sample configuration page

 

Icons and buttons

Table 1 describes icons and buttons you can use to configure and manage the device.

Table 1 Icons and buttons

Icon/button

Icon/button name

Task

General icons

Refresh

Refresh statistics or information manually.

More

Display more contents.

Add

Add a new configuration entry.

Filter

Filter statistics or information by a specific field.

Help icons

Hint

Obtain help information for a function or parameter.

Note

Display notes for a function or service.

Counter icon

Counter

Identify the total number of table entries.

Navigation icon

Next

Access the lower-level page to display information or configure settings.

Status control icon

Status control

Control the enable status of the feature.

·     If ON is displayed, the feature is enabled. To disable the feature, click the button.

·     If OFF is displayed, the feature is disabled. To enable the feature, click the button.

Search icons

Search

Enter a search expression in the search box, and then click this icon to perform a basic search.

Advanced search

Click this icon, and then enter a combination of criteria to perform an advanced search.

Entry management icons

Refresh

Refresh table entries manually.

Add

·     Add a new entry.

·     Confirm the addition of an entry and continue to add an additional entry.

 or

Export

Export an entry.

Delete

Delete an entry.

This icon appears at the end of an entry when you hover your mouse cursor over the entry.

Modify

Modify an entry.

This icon appears at the end of an entry when you hover your mouse cursor over the entry.

Bulk-delete

Delete all entries.

Details

Display detailed information for an entry.

This icon appears at the end of an entry when you hover your mouse cursor over the entry.

Field selector

Select fields to be displayed.

Advanced settings icon

Advanced settings

Access the advanced setting page.

Quick configuration icon

Quick configuration

Guide you through the quick configuration of a service.

 

Performing basic tasks

This section describes the basic tasks that must be frequently performed when you configure or manage the device.

Saving the configuration

Typically, settings take effect immediately after you create them. However, the system does not automatically save the settings to the configuration file. They are lost when the device reboots.

To prevent settings from being lost, use one of the following methods to save the configuration:

·     Click the admin icon  in the upper right corner, and click Save.

·     Perform the following tasks to access the configuration management page:

a.     Click the system view tab at the bottom of the page.

b.     From the navigation tree, select System > Management.

c.     Click the Configuration tab.

d.     Click Save Running Configuration.

Displaying settings of a table entry

1.     Hover your mouse cursor over the entry.

2.     Click the Detail icon  at the end of the entry.

Rebooting the device

Reboot is required for some settings to take effect.

To reboot the device:

1.     Save the configuration.

2.     Click the system view tab at the bottom of the page.

3.     From the navigation tree, select System > Management.

4.     Click the Reboot tab.

5.     On the reboot page, click the reboot button.