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The liquid crystal display, or LCD panel, lets you control the WANJet® 500 without attaching a serial or network cable. The LCD panel provides menus with options to configure certain features on the system. The following options are available on the LCD panel under the System menu:
Some of the configuration options found on the LCD are also available through the Configuration utility, the browser-based interface to the WANJet appliance. Refer to the WANJet® Appliance Administrator Guide for details on using the Configuration utility.
Table 3.1 summarizes the LCD options and their default values, and indicates where you can set them in the Configuration utility.
Sets the management IP address if you are managing the WANJet appliance on the management network.
You can also set this address on the Platform Configuration screen in the System settings of the Configuration utility.
You can also set this address on the Platform Configuration screen in the System settings of the Configuration utility.
You can also set this address on the Platform Configuration screen in the System settings of the Configuration utility.
Sets the IP address for the WANJet appliance on the network. You can also set this address on the Local WANJet screen in the WAN Optimization settings of the Configuration utility.
Sets the netmask for the WANJet appliance on the network. You can also set this address on the Local WANJet screen in the WAN Optimization settings of the Configuration utility.
You can also set this address on the Local WANJet screen in the WAN Optimization settings of the Configuration utility.
Auto
10T_HDX
10T_FDX
100TX_HDX
100TX_FDX
Sets the duplex mode (full or half) for the link between the management network and the WANJet appliance. If you use the Auto setting, the WANJet appliance attempts to match the characteristics of the network device it connects to from the MANAGEMENT port.
Auto
10T_HDX
10T_FDX
100TX_HDX
100TX_FDX
1000T_HDX
1000T_FDX
Sets the duplex mode (full or half) for the network card connecting to the WAN. If you use the Auto setting, the WANJet appliance attempts to match the characteristics of the network device it connects to from the WAN port (for example, the WAN router).
You can also set this value on the Properties screen in the Network > Interfaces settings of the Configuration utility.
Auto
10T_HDX
10T_FDX
100TX_HDX
100TX_FDX
1000T_HDX
1000T_FDX
Sets the duplex mode (full or half) for the network card connecting to the LAN. If you use the Auto setting, the WANJet appliance attempts to match the characteristics of the network device it connects to from the LAN port (for example, the LAN router).
You can also set this value on the Properties screen in the Network > Interfaces settings of the Configuration utility.
9600
19200
57600
115200
Figure 3.1 LED indicators
Reports the power status: on (green) or off (none). Off indicates that the unit is not turned on, or that there is no power connected to the unit.
System status
Reports the status of the hard drives: blinking (yellow) when data is accessed, or off (none) when the drives are idle.
The WANJet 500 has four network interface card (NIC) ports, each of which has two LEDs. Figure 3.2 shows the ports and the LEDs.
Table 3.3 provides a description of the LEDs on the NICs.
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