AnywhereUSB/14

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Here are some basic steps to get your AnywhereUSB/14 on the network, the rest of the config can be done via the webUI.

1. Connect a serial cable to the management port

2. Use Putty to make a serial connection to the device and you will get a screen as below:

#>

3. From there type:

set network

This will display the current network configuration for the ethernet port, make note of the ethernet interface, its normally "eth0":

#> set network

"eth0" interface configuration:

  MAC Address        : 00:40:9D:C2:45:A0

                       Currently in use by
                       the network stack          Stored configuration
                       --------------------       -------------------
  ipaddress          : 169.254.90.52              0.0.0.0
  submask            : 255.255.0.0                0.0.0.0
  gateway            : 0.0.0.0                    0.0.0.0
  static             : off                        off
  dhcp               : on                         on
  autoip             : supplied IP address        on
  keepalive idle     : 10                         10
  probe count        : 5                          5
  probe interval     : 10                         10
  dns1               : 0.0.0.0                    0.0.0.0
  dns2               : 0.0.0.0                    0.0.0.0
  rto_min            : 1000                       1000
  rto_max            : 60                         60
  arp_ttl            : 15                         15
  garp               : 3600                       3600

  gwpriority         : eth0
  dnspriority        : static,eth0

4. Now we run the commands below to set the network configuration:

Set IP Address:

set network interface=eth0 ipaddress=10.10.10.10

Set subnet mask:

set network interface=eth0 submask=255.255.255.0

Set gateway:

set network interface=eth0 gateway=10.10.10.254

Set static IP assignment on:

set network interface=eth0 static=on

Set DHCP off:

set network interface=eth0 dhcp=off

Set auto IP off:

set network interface=eth0 autoip=off

Set primary DNS:

set network interface=eth0 dns1=10.10.10.20

Set secondaryDNS:

set network interface=eth0 dns2=10.10.10.30

5. Now if you run:

set network

You should see the settings you have applied as below:

#> set network

"eth0" interface configuration:

  MAC Address        : 00:40:9D:C2:45:A0

                       Currently in use by
                       the network stack          Stored configuration
                       --------------------       -------------------
  ipaddress          : 169.254.90.52              10.10.10.10
  submask            : 255.255.0.0                255.255.255.0
  gateway            : 0.0.0.0                    10.10.10.254
  static             : off                        on
  dhcp               : on                         off
  autoip             : supplied IP address        off
  keepalive idle     : 10                         10
  probe count        : 5                          5
  probe interval     : 10                         10
  dns1               : 0.0.0.0                    10.10.10.20
  dns2               : 0.0.0.0                    10.10.10.30
  rto_min            : 1000                       1000
  rto_max            : 60                         60
  arp_ttl            : 15                         15
  garp               : 3600                       3600

  gwpriority         : eth0
  dnspriority        : static,eth0

6. Type:

exit

Now you can disconnect from the management port, connect to your network and you should be able to get to the web UI.