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For final production, import color definitions emplate\color-defs\ production-colors.fm.Do not import other template elements such as page layout.To return to the draft version, import color def’ns from draft-colors.fm.To switch to the beta version, import color def’ns from beta-colors.fmOmniAccess 700 Web GUIUsers Guide1Release 2.2Notes on numbered items on banner & legal pages126801 West Agoura RoadCalabasas, CA 91301(818) 880-3500FAX (818) 880-3505support@ind.alcatel.comBetaUS Customer Support - (800) 995-2696International Customer Support - (818) 878-4507Internet - service.esd.alcatel-lucent.comWebsite: www.alcatel-lucent.comPart No: 060222-00, Rev A2

345CopyrightThe Specifications and Information regarding the products in this manual are subject to change withoutnotice. All statements, information, and recommendations in this manual are believed to be accuratebut are presented without warranty of any kind, express or implied. Users must take full responsibilityfor their application of any products.THE SOFTWARE LICENSE AND LIMITED WARRANTY FOR THE ACCOMPANYING PRODUCT ARE SETFORTH IN THE INFORMATION PACKET THAT SHIPPED WITH THE PRODUCT AND ARE INCORPORATEDHEREIN BY THIS REFERENCE.This equipment has been tested and found to comply within the limits pursuant to the (Centre forTelecom) rules. These limits are designed to provide protection against harmful interference when theequipment is operated in a commercial environment.The following information is for the Users of the OmniAccess 700: If it is not installed in accordance withthe installation instructions, it may not function exactly to the said specifications. Modifying theequipment without Alcatel-Lucent's written authorization may result in the equipment no longercomplying with the said dimensions.Copyright 2007, Alcatel-Lucent. All rights reserved.Not withstanding any other warranty herein, all hardware and software are provided "as is" with allfaults. Alcatel-Lucent disclaim all warranties, expressed or implied, including, without limitation, thoseof merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement or arising from a course ofdealing, usage, or trade practice. In no event shall Alcatel-Lucent be liable for any indirect, special,consequential, or incidental damages, including, without limitation, lost profits or loss or damage to dataarising out of the use or inability to use this manual, even if Alcatel-Lucent have been advised of thepossibility of such damages.

Table of Contents1 Preface.1About this Guide. 1Chapter Description . 1Audience . 1Document Organization . 2Document Conventions. 2Obtaining Documentation. 2Reference Publications . 3Obtaining Technical Assistance . 3Documentation Feedback . 32 GUI Layout and Logging on to USGM .5USGM Web GUI Tool. 5System Requirements . 5Launching the GUI . 6Logon to USGM . 7Description of Standard Buttons on the GUI . 10Icons and Labels . 11Logout.123 Configure.13Configure. 14System. 15Interfaces. 20DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) . 65Routing . 78System Access . 89Time Range . 97Traffic Classification . 102Firewall . 122VPN IPSec. 161VRRP. 186Intrusion Prevention. 193QoS (Quality of Service) . 212Alcatel-Lucent Specific Overview on QoS . 2124 Maintenance.243Maintenance. 243Utilities . 244Lifeline . 252Upgrade. 257

5 Monitor .273Monitor . 273Interface Statistics . 274DHCP Bindings. 278Active Routes . 280Traffic Statistics . 282SNMP Statistics. 286Firewall Session Statistics . 288Firewall and Security . 290IPSec VPN Statistics . 298IPS Statistics . 300QoS Statistics . 306Logs. 308

List of FiguresLogon to USGM 7USGM Home Page 8USGM - Configure Main Page 14System Config 15Edit System Configuration 16Chassis Config 17Chassis Config - View 18Chassis Config - Setting Card Type to T1 or E1 18Chassis Config - Changing Card Type 19Interfaces 21Interfaces - Configuring GigE Interface Details 23Interfaces - Configuring T1 Controller 26Interfaces - T1 Controller - Channel Group Configuring 28Interfaces - Configuring E1 Controller 29Interfaces - E1 Controller - Channel Group Configuring 30Interfaces - Configure HDLC Encapsulation on a Channelized Serial Interface 32Interfaces - Configure PPP Encapsulation on a Channelized Serial Interface 34Interfaces - Configure PPP Encapsulation on a Channelized Serial Interface - Advanced Options 35Interfaces - Configure Frame Relay Encapsulation on a Channelized Serial Interface 37Interfaces - Configure Frame Relay Encapsulation on a Channelized Serial Interface - Create Sub Interface38Interfaces - Configure MLPPP Encapsulation on a Channelized Serial Interface 40Interfaces - Configure MLPPP Encapsulation on a Channelized Serial Interface - Advanced Options 41Interfaces - Configure MLFR Encapsulation on a Channelized Serial Interface 43Interfaces - Configuring Serial Interface (V.35/X.21) 44Interfaces - Configure VLAN 47Interfaces - Configure VLAN - Switch Port Configuring 48Interfaces - Configure VLAN - STP Config 49Interfaces - Edit VLAN Configuration 51Interfaces - Tunnel Configuration 56Interfaces - Tunnel Configuration 57Interfaces - Loopback Configuration 59Interfaces - Loopback Configuration 60Interfaces - Policy Association 62DHCP Server 66DHCP Server - Add DHCP Pool - Network 68DHCP Server - Add DHCP Pool - Network - Exclude IP Address 69DHCP Server - Add DHCP Pool - Host 70DHCP Server - Add DHCP Pool - Options 71DHCP Server - Add DHCP Pool - Options - Add Option 72DHCP Server - Configure Global Options 73DHCP Server - Configure Global Options - Add Global Option 73DHCP Relay 75Routing - Static Route Details 78Routing - Add New Static Route 79Routing - Policy Based Routing 82Policy Based Routing - Create New IP Policy 84Policy Based Routing - Create New IP Policy - Create New Match-list 85Policy Based Routing - Attach Interface 88System Access: SNMP 90System Access - Syslog 93Management Utilities: File Transfer & Access 96Time Range 97

Time Range: Create New Absolute Time Range 99Time Range: Create New Periodic Time Range 100Traffic Classification: List 103Traffic Classification: Create New List 105Traffic Classification: List - Create New Element 106Traffic Classification - Match List 108Traffic Classification: - New Match List - Configure Rule / Include Match List 110Traffic Classification: New Match List Rule - TCP 114Traffic Classification: New Match List Rule - UDP 116Traffic Classification: New Match List Rule - ICMP 118Traffic Classification - New Match List Include 119Traffic Classification - Match-list - Edit Rule 120Traffic Classification - Add/Edit Included Match List 121Firewall: Firewall Wizard 122Firewall: Firewall Wizard - Introduction 123Firewall: Firewall Wizard - Interface Selection 124Firewall: Firewall Wizard - DMZ Settings 125Firewall: Firewall Wizard - DMZ Settings - Add DMZ Service 125Firewall: Firewall Wizard - Access Management 126Firewall: Firewall Wizard - Summary 127Firewall: Filters Generated by the Wizard 128Firewall: DoS Attack Generated by the Wizard 128Firewall: Firewall Policy Generated by the Wizard 129Firewall - Filters 131Firewall: Filters - New Filter 133Firewall: Filters - Add Rule to a Filter 134Firewall: Filters - Attach Filter to an Interface 135Firewall: Filters - Edit Filter Parameters 136Firewall and Security: NAT 138Firewall: NAT - New NAT Configuration 140Firewall: NAT Rule - Static Address Translation 141Firewall: NAT Rule - Address & Port Translation 142Firewall: NAT Rule - Bypass 143Firewall: NAT - Attach NAT to an Interface 144Firewall: DOS Attack 146Firewall: DOS Attack - New 148Firewall: DOS Attack - View 149Firewall: Transparent Firewall 151Firewall: Transparent Firewall - New 152Firewall: Firewall Policy 154Firewall: Firewall Policy - New Firewall Policy 156Firewall: Firewall Policy - Add New DOS Attack Rule 157Firewall: Firewall Policy - Add New Intrusion Rule 158Firewall: Firewall Policy - Attach Interface 159VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard 161VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - Introduction 162VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - Create IPSec Policy with IPSec Profile 163VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - Create IPSec Policy with Crypto-map 164VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - Create IPSec Policy with Crypto-map - Add Peer 165VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - Create IPSec Policy with Crypto-map - Create Match-list 166VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - Create IPSec Policy with Crypto-map - Select Match-list 167VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - IKE Settings 168VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - IKE Settings - Use Existing IKE Policy 169VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - VPN (IPSec) Settings 170

VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - IKE Settings - Select Existing Transform-set 171VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - Summary (IPSec Profile Policy Type) 172VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - Summary (Crypto-map Policy Type) 172VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - IPSec Policy/ies Generated by the Wizard 173VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - Edit IPSec Policy 174VPN IPSec: IPSec Wizard - View IPSec Policy Details 176VPN IPSec: Preshared Keys 177IPSec VPN: Assign Preshared Keys 178VPN IPSec: IKE Policy 179VPN IPSec: Dead Peer Detection 180VPN IPSec: New IKE Policy 181VPN IPSec: View IKE Policy Details 182VPN IPSec: Transform Sets 183VPN IPSec: New Transform Set 184Virtual Routing Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) Groups 187VRRP Group Configuration 188VRRP Group Configuration - Secondary Virtual IP Address 189VRRP Group Configuration - VRRP Optional Parameters 191VRRP Group Configuration - View Master Router Details 192Intrusion Prevention: Status 194Intrusion Prevention: Status - Signature Update 196Intrusion Prevention: Status - IPS Rollback 198Intrusion Prevention: Global Settings 199Intrusion Prevention: Signature Policies 201Intrusion Prevention: Signature Policies - New 203Intrusion Prevention: Sensors 204Intrusion Prevention: Sensor - New 205Intrusion Prevention: Sensor - Associating Sensor to a Firewall Policy 206Intrusion Prevention: Alerts and Reports 208Intrusion Prevention: View Rule File 210Quality of Service: QoS Wizard 215Quality of Service: QoS Wizard - Introduction 216Quality of Service: QoS Wizard - Interface Selection 217Quality of Service: QoS Wizard - Bandwidth Allocation 218Quality of Service: QoS Wizard - Bandwidth Allocation - Details 219Quality of Service: QoS Wizard - Summary 220Quality of Service: Policy Map Generated by the Wizard 221Quality of Service: Interface Association Generated by the Wizard 221Quality of Service: Class Map Generated by the Wizard 222Quality of Service: Class Map 223Quality of Service: New Class Map 225Quality of Service: New Class Map Rule 226Quality of Service: Policy Map 228Quality of Service: Policy Map - New 230Quality of Service: Policy Map - New Traffic Class Basic Configuration 231Quality of Service: Policy Map - New Traffic Class Policing Configuration 233Quality of Service: Policy Map - New Traffic Class Policing Configuration – Committed Rate 234Quality of Service: Policy Map - New Traffic Class Policing Configuration – Committed Burst 235Quality of Service: Policy Map - New Traffic Class Policing Configuration – Excess Burst 236Quality of Service: Policy Map - New Traffic Class Congestion Avoidance 237Quality of Service: Interface Association 240Quality of Service: Interface Association - Attach Interface 241Maintenance: Utilities 244Maintenance: Utilities - Save Running Configuration 246

Maintenance: Utilities - Device Reboot 248Maintenance: Utilities - USB Cleanup 249Maintenance: Utilities - Ping 250Maintenance: Utilities - Telnet 251Maintenance: Lifeline 253Add Lifeline Route 255Maintenance: Upgrade - Software Upgrade 258Upgrade: Software Upgrade - Install Package from Device 260Upgrade: Software Upgrade - Install Package from Device - Browser page 261Upgrade: Software Upgrade - Install Package from Device (b) 262Upgrade: Software Upgrade - Install Package from Remote Site (a) 263Upgrade: Software Upgrade - Install Package from Remote Site (b) 264Upgrade: Software Upgrade - Backup Package on USB Device 265Upgrade: Software Upgrade - Backup Package at Remote Site 266Upgrade: Software Upgrade - Set Default Package 267Upgrade: Software Upgrade - Package Component Details 268Upgrade: Software Upgrade - Cleanup USB 269Upgrade: Flash Upgrade 270Upgrade: Flash Upgrade - Flash Upgrade on USB 271Upgrade: Flash Upgrade - Flash Upgrade from a Remote Location 272Monitor: Interfaces Statistics 274Monitor: Interfaces Statistics - View Interface Statistics 276Monitor: Interfaces Statistics - View Interface Statistics 277Monitor: DHCP Bindings 278Monitor: Active Route Details 280Monitor: Traffic Statistics - IP Statistics 282Monitor: Traffic Statistics - ICMP Statistics 284Monitor: SNMP Statistics 286Monitor: Firewall Session Statistics 288Monitor: Firewall and Security - Filters 290Monitor: Firewall and Security - NAT 292Monitor: Firewall and Security - DOS Attack 294Firewall and Security - DOS Attack - Show DOS Attack Statistics 294Monitor: Firewall and Security - Firewall Policy 296Firewall and Security - Firewall Policy - Show Policy Statistics 296Monitor: IPSec VPN Statistics 298Monitor: IPS Statistics - Summary 300Monitor: IPS Statistics - Preprocessor 302Monitor: IPS Statistics - Rules 304QoS Statistics 306Monitor: Logs 308

For final production, import color definitions emplate\color-defs\ production-colors.fm.Do not import other template elements such as page layout.To return to the draft version, import color def’ns from draft-colors.fm.To switch to the beta version, import color def’ns from beta-colors.fmCHAPTER 1PREFACEABOUT THIS GUIDEThis chapter describes how to perform the basic configuration of the OmniAccess700 (OA-700 - OA 740/OA 780) using the Web Graphical User Interface (GUI)tool - Unified Services Gateway Configuration Manager (USGM).The guide contains procedures for configuring interfaces, routing parameters,SNMP, syslog parameters, time range, lists and match lists, traffic classification,filter and firewall, IPSec policy, QoS, and various other features.CHAPTER DESCRIPTIONThis section explains the objectives, intended audience, and organization of theUSGM Web GUI User Guide.AUDIENCEThis book is intended for networking professionals who are responsible fordesigning, implementing, and managing enterprise networks. This book aims toprovide unique technologies and effective practices that deliver value on thenetworking perspective.The user is expected to have, at minimum, an introductory understanding of thefollowing: Optional footer:Manual title (to set,redefine ManualTitlevariable)Networking applicationsTelecommunication networksHardware configurationAlcatel-LucentWeb GUI User GuideBetaBeta1Pagination:Numeric &continuouswithprecedingsection ofbook

Left running head:Chapter name (automatic)PrefaceDOCUMENT ORGANIZATIONThis user guide is organized into the following chapters:Chapter 1 Preface provides a brief introdcution on the Web GUI Users Guide.Chapter 2 GUI Layout provides a brief description of the GUI layout and itscomponents.Chapter 3 Configure allows you to perform configurations for Interfaces,Firewalls, VPNs, Routing, and other tasks.Chapter 4 Maintenance allows you to perform system maintenance tasks likeSoftware and Flash OS upgrade, Lifeline, among others.Chapter 5 Monitor lets you view statistics of various features configured on theOA-700 system.DOCUMENT CONVENTIONSItemNote:ConventionSelecting a menu itemConfigure System InformationMenu items, button names, and fieldnamesBoldface fontArguments for which the user has tosupply valuesItalics fontA note contains helpful suggestions or information that may be easily overlooked.OBTAINING DOCUMENTATIONAlcatel-Lucent provides several ways to obtain technical assistance and othertechnical resources. Documents can be downloaded from our support Web GUI User GuideBetaBeta

Except on the first page, right running head:Heading1 or Heading1NewPage text (automatic)Reference PublicationsREFERENCE PUBLICATIONSThe following publications are part of the Alcatel-Lucent documentation suite: OmniAccess 700 CLI Command Reference Guide (Release 2.2)OmniAccess 700 CLI Configuration Guide (Release 2.2)OmniAccess 700 Getting Started Guide (Release 2.2)OmniAccess 780 Hardware Users Guide (Release 2.2)OmniAccess 740 Hardware Users Guide (Release 2.2)OBTAINING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCEFor all customers, partners, resellers, and distributors who hold validAlcatel-Lucent service contracts, the Alcatel-Lucent Technical Support Teamprovides 24-hour-a-day, technical support services online and over the phone.For Customer issues and help, contact:Alcatel-LucentUS Customer Support: (800) 995-2696International Customer Support: (818) 878-4507E-mail: support@ind.alcatel.comWebsite: service.esd.alcatel-lucent.comDOCUMENTATION FEEDBACKWe value your comments and suggestions about our documentation. If you havecomments about this book, please enter them through the feedback link on theAlcatel-Lucent Website. We will use your feedback in our plans to improve thedocumentation.Alcatel-LucentWeb GUI User GuideBetaBeta3

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For final production, import color definitions emplate\color-defs\ production-colors.fm.Do not import other template elements such as page layout.To return to the draft version, import color def’ns from draft-colors.fm.To switch to the beta version, import color def’ns from beta-colors.fmCHAPTER 2GUI LAYOUT AND LOGGING ON TO USGMThis chapter provides a brief description of the USGM (Unified Services GatewayConfiguration Manager) Web GUI layout and its components.USGM WEB GUI TOOLThe USGM Web GUI tool is an easy-to-use interface that helps you configure yourOA-700 system without using the Command Line Interface (CLI). You canconfigure the following features, among others, using this tool: InterfacesRoutingFirewall (NAT, Filters)IPSec VPNIDS/IPSQoSSoftware UpgradeYou can also view statistics pertaining various features configured on the system.For quick and easy configuration of some of the features like Firewalls, VPNIPSec, and Quality of Service, USGM provides wizards based configuration sequenced screens that enables you to complete a task in defined steps.SYSTEM REQUIREMENTSThe USGM tool is supported on following browsers: Optional footer:Manual title (to set,redefine ManualTitlevariable)Internet Explorer 6.0 or laterNetscape 7.0 or laterMozilla 1.7 or laterMozilla Firefox 1.0 or laterAlcatel-LucentWeb GUI User GuideBetaBeta5Pagination:Numeric &continuouswithprecedingsection ofbook

Left running head:Chapter name (automatic)GUI Layout and Logging on to USGMLAUNCHING THE GUIFollow the procedure given below to access and configure the OA-700 systemthrough the USGM.Step 1: Enable HTTP/HTTPS to access the OA-700 using HTT/HTTPSP througha web browser after being authenticated. By default, the access is disabled.Note:To enable HTTP service on your system, enter the following command in theconfiguration mode.ALU (config)# http enableTo enable HTTPS service on your system, enter the following command in theconfiguration mode.ALU (config)# https enableStep 2: Configure IP address for an interface.Note:To configure IP address for a given interface, follow Step 1 through Step 10 detailed inthe “Accessing OA-780/OA-740 System Through CLI” section of the OA-780/ OA740 Hardware Installation Guide.Step 3: Open a web browser in your PC.Step 4: In the address bar/field, type the IP address of the interface and press theEnter.This launches the USGM with the login page.Alcatel-Lucent6Web GUI User GuideBetaBeta

Except on the first page, right running head:Heading1 or Heading1NewPage text (automatic)Launching the GUILOGON TO USGMThe web interface is launched with the login page.Step 1: Enter the user name and the password in the Username and Passwordfields.Use the default ‘superadmin’ user account or use the AAA user name andpassword configured using the CLI to login to USGM.(For more information on configuring AAA user name and password, referthe note below.)Figure 1: Logon to USGMNote:To enable AAA services on your system, enter the command aaa services inconfiguration mode.ALU (config)# aaa servicesEstablish authentication to new users by configuring new user accounts. To configurenew user account, use the following command:username user-name {password [5] password nopassword secret [5] password }Example:ALU (config)# username user1 password pass1Alcatel-LucentWeb GUI User GuideBetaBeta7

Left running head:Chapter name (automatic)GUI Layout and Logging on to USGMStep 2: Click Login.Step 3: On successful login, the USGM main page is displayed.Figure 2: USGM Home PageTop PanelThe Top Panel of the USGM home page has the following standard buttons:Device, Tools, Help and Logout. Device and Tools enable you to perform someactivities. They are described in detail in the later sections of this guide. Helpgives information on ‘About USGM’. It gives the details about the USGM tool likethe version number, model name, and so on.The Top Panel of the USGM home page also has a menu bar. The menu barconsists of menu items. Each menu item and their respective sub menu items aredescribed in the later sections of this guide.Alcatel-Lucent8Web GUI User GuideBetaBeta

Except on the first page, right running head:Heading1 or Heading1NewPage text (automatic)Launching the GUICenter PanelThe Center Panel displays the front panel view of the system chassis (ServicesGateway - OA-780/OA-740) that houses all the hardware components. Thisdisplays all those line cards that are installed in the system. Mouse-over aparticular card name to view additional information like serial number, slotnumber.The center panel also displays four tabs: the System Information, ServiceAvailability, Security Alerts and IPSec VPN Tunnels. System Information panel provides basic information about the OA-700(Services Gateway - OA-780/OA-740), its hardware and software configuration. Service Availability panel displays the list of all the services available on thesystem. The green icon indicates that the service is available and is running onthe system. The red icon indicates that the service is not currently available. Security Alerts panel displays a graphical representation of the security alerts.This gives a real time update on the number of DoS and IDS attacks. IPSec VPN Tunnels displays a graphical representation of the number of IPSectunnels configured on the system, and number of tunnels that are active. This isupdated real time.The Bottom Panel has the Status bar, which displays the statlog counts for thetop three priority statlog (Critical, Error, and Warning - categorized by the severitylevel). This number is updated real time. These logs enable you to takeappropriate action for smooth functioning of the system.Click on these buttons to view the details of the respective log messages.Alcatel-LucentWeb GUI User GuideBetaBeta9

Left running head:Chapter name (automatic)GUI Layout and Logging on to USGMDESCRIPTION OF STANDARD BUTTONS ON THE GUIMajority of the screens have consistent look and feel. They have the samebuttons to take certain actions. To avoid repetition of description of the usage ofthese buttons and hyperlinks on every screen shot, they are described here. Anydeviation from these standard buttons and links are described in the specificsection.ADDThis button is used to enter a new record. If certain fields have default values, itpopulates these. The user can enter data for the new record being created.EDITThis button is used to edit a record.DELETEThis button deletes a record.RESETResets the values entered in the fields. After updating the entries for an existingrecord, if you want go back to the old values (before saving them), you could hitthe reset values button. This button discards the updates that are being enteredand reverts to the latest saved information from the database.SAVEThis button saves all the configured data.Note:* indicates a mandatory field.Alcatel-Lucent10Web GUI User GuideBetaBeta

Except on the first page, right running head:Heading1 or Heading1NewPage text (automatic)Launching the GUIICONS AND LABELSThe following table lists the icons and labels used in the OA-700 Web GUI tool.Table 1: Icons, Labels in the OA-700 Web GUI ToolIcon/LabelDescriptionConfigure/Edi

Intrusion Prevention: Signature Policies 201 Intrusion Prevention: Signature Policies - New 203 Intrusion Prevention: Sensors 204 Intrusion Prevention: Sensor - New 205 Intrusion Prevention: Sensor - Associating Sensor to a Firewall Policy 206 Intrusion Prevention: Alerts and Reports 208 Intrusion Prevention: View Rule File 210

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