Query interface traffic through the web NMS on an AR router

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1. Choose IP Service > IP Accounting > Traffic Statistics.
2. Click Refresh. If the operation is successful, the traffic statistics about the current IP address of the device is displayed in the Traffic Statistics Ranking list.
3. Click Total Traffic (Packets) in the list head to arrange the traffic by size in ascending or descending manner.

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How to query routing information through the web NMS on an AR router
To query routing information, do as follows: 1. Choose IP Service > Route > Routing Table on the web page. 2. You can query all routing tables, or select a routing type or destination IP address/subnet mask to query specified routes, depending on actual needs.

How to enable the web function on an AR router
The methods of enabling the web function on an AR router are as follows: Method 1: Default web login 1. Connect a PC to the router over the management interface through a network cable. 2. Configure an IP address for the PC. Configurable network segment: 192.168.1.2~192.168.1.254. 3. Open a browser, enter the URL "https://192.168.1.1" in the address bar, and click Enter to enter the user login page. 4. Enter login information. 5. Configure the router through the web NMS page. Note: If you cannot enter the web NMS page, the software version you use does not support the default web login method. Please try the following method: Method 2: Non-default web login 1. Connect a PC to the router over the CON/AUX interface through a console configuration cable. 2. Enable the terminal emulation software on the PC, create a connection, and set an interface for the connection and other communication parameters. 3. Press Enter until the following information is displayed to remind users of configuring a verification code. 4. Connect a PC to the router over the management interface through a network cable. 5. Configure an IP address for the router for management. 6. Enable the web service. 7. Configure an HTTPS user and a user level. 8. Configure an IP address for the PC. 9. Open a browser, enter the URL "https://192.168.1.1" in the address bar, and click Enter to enter the user login page. 10. Configure the router through the web NMS page.

How to select a WAN interface through the web NMS on an AR router
Check whether the Layer 3 Ethernet interface is switched over to a Layer 2 Ethernet interface. The procedure of converting the Layer 2 mode of a physical interface to the Layer 3 mode is as follows: 1. Choose LAN access > LAN > Physical interface to enter the physical interface configuration page. 2. In the operation column of the physical interface list, click the icon at the right side of details corresponding to a desired physical interface to switch over the physical interface between Layer 2 mode and Layer 3 mode. 3. In the prompt dialog box, click Yes to confirm the switchover.

Method of adding interfaces to a VLAN through the web NMS on an AR router
The web NMS of the AR series routers does not support VLAN creation or adding of interfaces to a created VLAN. You can create a VLANIF interface, and add the interface to the VLAN. Method of adding interfaces to a VLAN through the web NMS on an AR router, select parameters or enter values according to requirements to configure a VLAN interface. On the NMS page, only interfaces of the access and trunk types can be configured. Hybrid type interfaces cannot be configured. Use the following command lines to add an interface to a VLAN: - Access interface # interface Ethernet2/0/0 port link-type access port default vlan 100 # - Trunk interface # interface Ethernet2/0/0 port link-type trunk port trunk allow-pass vlan 100 to 200 # - Hybrid interface # interface Ethernet2/0/0 port hybrid tagged vlan 100 to 200 (or port hybrid untagged vlan 100 to 200) #

Configure a blacklist of an AR router
A blacklist can be manually configured. After the address scan and port scan functions of the attack defense module are enabled on an AR router, an IP address (or an interface) for which the packet rate exceeds a set value can be automatically added into a blacklist to shield packets sent from this IP address (or through this interface) as the router considers the rate excess as a scan attack. To configure a blacklist, do as follows: Run the system-view command to access the system view. [Huawei] firewall blacklist enable //Enable the blacklist function. By default, the blacklist function is not enabled. Blacklist entries can be added one by one or in batches. [Huawei] firewall blacklist ip-address [ vpn-instance vpn-instance-name ] [ expire-time minutes ] //Add blacklist entries one by one. Note: Blacklist entries without specified aging time will be written into a configuration file, while those with specified aging time will not. Run the display firewall blacklist command to check the blacklist entries without specified aging time. [Huawei] firewall black-white-list load configuration-file configuration-file-name //Load the configuration file of the blacklist/whitelist. Note: By loading the configuration file of the blacklist/whitelist, blacklist entries can be configured in batches. This configuration file must be configured in advance, and it supports only the text format. For details about how to configure the blacklist function of AR series routers using command lines and through the web NMS, see the URL: AR router configuration blacklist.

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