Number of USB interfaces on the USG 6330

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The USG 6330 has one USB port.

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What are the differences between a mini USB interface and a common USB interface on the AR series
The mini USB interface lies next to the console interface on the device. The mini USB interface supports the similar functions as the console interface and is used for configuring the device that is powered on for the first time. The USB interface is used to connect to a USB flash drive for device deployment and system file loading. All series ARs except the AR150&160&200 series provide a mini USB interface.

Port number used by the USG for NAT traversal
The USG firewalls use open port numbers for IPSec NAT traversal. UDP packets with destination port set to 500 or 4500. If no NAT device exists, the port number is set to 500; if the NAT device exists, the port number is set to 4500. IP packets using the AH (port number set to 51) or ESP (port number set to 50).

Logging in to the USG through the console interface
Perform the following operations to log in to the USG through the console interface: 1. Use the Windows XP HyperTerminal of a PC to log in to the USG through a console interface to manage the device. By default, the authentication mode for the login to the USG through the console interface is AAA. The user name is admin, and the password is Admin@123. Note: If you fail to log in for consecutively three times, the system automatically locks the web UI for 10 minutes. Procedure: a. Connect desired devices, power on them, and ensure that they run properly. b. Choose Start > All Programs > Accessories > Communication > HyerTerminal to start the terminal simulation program (for example, Windows XP HyerTerminal) on the PC. The Connection Description dialog box is displayed. c. In Name, enter the name of the connection between the PC and the USG, for example, COMM1. Select any of the icons. d. Click OK. The Connect To dialog box is displayed. e. From the Connect using drop-down list, select the serial port connecting the PC to the USG, such as, COM1. f. Click OK. The COM1 Properties dialog box is displayed. g: Set the communication parameters of the interface. Note: The communications parameters of the terminal port must be consistent with those of the console port of the USG. Set the baudrate to 9600 bit/s. Other communication parameters adopt their default values. h. Click OK or Restore to default value (R). i. Proceed to the emulation program page, and press Enter. According to the authentication mode configured on the USG, enter the user name and password as prompted. The user view is displayed. The default user name is admin, and the default password is Admin@123. 2. Log in to the CLI through the console port based on the PuTTY. Before logging in to the CLI through the console port, connect a PC to the console port on the NGFW Module through a console cable. Procedure: a. Configure the PC. The following example describes the configuration using the free HyperTerminal software PuTTY on Windows 7. b. Download the PuTTY software to the PC and double-click it to run the software. c. Select Session and set Connection type to Serial. d. After setting other parameters, click Open. e. Press Enter and enter the default administrator account admin and password Admin@123. Note: After three consecutive login failures, the system automatically locks out the account (prohibiting its login) for 10 minutes. f. Change the password of the default administrator account and enter the CLI. Note: For security, the password must meet the minimum complexity requirement. That is, the password must contain three of the following, including upper-case letters (A to Z), lower-case letters (a to z), digits (0 to 9), and special characters (such as !, @, #, $, and %). Remember the new password for future logins.

Configuring the interface bypass on the USG firewalls
You can configure the electrical interface bypass and optical interface bypass to avoid network communication interruption due to device faults and improve network reliability. The bypass function requires the bypass interface card. Because the USSG6000 supports only the electrical interface bypass function, the USG6000 has only the electrical interface bypass configuration.//Enter the system view. [USG] bypass-link 5/0/1 //Enter the bypass interface configuration view. [USG-bypass-link5/0/1] switch bypass //Switch the interface to the bypass state. [USG-bypass-link5/0/1] auto-recover //Enable the automatic restoration function in the bypass state. Note: If the automatic restoration function in the bypass state is enabled, when the interface is automatically switched to the bypass state, the interface state is automatically switched to the non-bypass state. If the automatic restoration function in the bypass state is disabled, the interface remains in the bypass state. By default, the automatic restoration function in the bypass state is enabled. When four interfaces of the 4XGE electrical bypass interface card are in the non-bypass state and provide gigabit Ethernet electrical interface functions, one pair of adjacent Bypass interfaces (GE0 and GE1, and GE2 and GE3) are directly interconnected in the bypass state. USG2000/5000 Example of the bypass function configuration of an optical interface: [USG] system-view //Enter the system view. [USG] bypass-link 5/0/1 //Enter the bypass interface configuration view. [USG-bypass-link5/0/1] mode force protection-path //Forcibly keep the bypass link 5/0/1 work in the protection loop. Note: By default, the bypass link is in automatic mode. You must specify the bypass link number on the optical interface connected to the bypass interface card to ensure the switching stability of the optical bypass interface.

Method used to view the sequence number on USG firewalls
The sequence numbers of the USG2000, USG5000, and USG6000 are classified into the following types: -Equipment sequence number (ESN) -Component sequence number, indicating the sequence number of each component, including the board sequence number, interface subboard sequence number, optical module sequence number, and power module sequence number For the USG2000 and USG5000, check the sequence number as follows: 1. Check the ESN of the device. display firewall esn Device ESN is: 2102359833Z0C80000xx Alternatively, run the following command: display license Device ESN is: 210235XXXXXXXXXXX //Check the ESN. The file activated is : hda1:/license.dat The time when activated is : 2010/08/31 11:23:45 2. Check the ESN of each slot. display elabel [Board Properties] BoardType=SU2Z23UHT BarCode=210235G425Z0A80000xx //Device ESN Item=0235G425 Description=Secospace USG5100,SU2Z23UHT,USG5150BSR Host,with HS General Security Platform Software Manufactured=2010-08-21 VendorName=HuaweiSymantec [Slot_1] /$[ArchivesInfo Version] /$ArchivesInfoVersion=3.0 [Board Properties] BoardType=SU11FSHLB BarCode=02G194D0A40000xx //ESN of the board in slot 1 Item=0302G194 Description=SRG20,SU11FSHLB,2 Channel G.shdsl Interface Board,3*1 For the USG6000, check the sequence number as follows: 1. Check the ESN of the device. display firewall esn Device ESN is: 2102359833Z0C80000xx 2. Check the ESN of all slots of the NGFW. display esn License ESN: 2102359833Z0C80000xx Slot # Type S/N P/N - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 SUAZ83UAH 210235G7G70123401230 0235G7G7 2 SUE3E8GF 02G3AC10D5000007 0302G3AC 4 SUE3E4BY 02G3A710D6000007 0302G3A7 8 SUA2E2XSF 02G3C710D6000028 0302G3C7 9 PWR 2102310GQVP0D3000081 02310GQV 10 PWR 2102310GQVP0D3000085 02310GQV 11 RPU 2102359833Z0C800000A 02359833 13 FAN 210212090410D6000034 02120904

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