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Barracuda CloudGen Firewall

How to Configure Static Network Interfaces

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Follow the instructions below to configure a static network interface. You can add a subnet to a free physical or virtual interface.

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Step 1. Configure a Static Network Interface

  1. Go to NETWORK > IP Configuration.
  2. In the Static Interface Configuration section, click Add Static Network Interface.
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  3. In the Add Static Network Interface window, select an interface from the list and enter a Name.
  4. Enter the IP Address and Netmask of the interface.
  5. From the Classification list, select from the following options to specify if the network should be added to a network object:
    • Unclassified – The network is not added to any network objects.
    • Trusted – The network is added to the Trusted LAN network object.
    • DMZ – The network is added to the DMZ Networks network object.
    • WAN – The network is added to the Internet network object.
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  6. Click Save.

Step 2. Perform a Network Activation

After you create or change basic network configurations such as routing, you must activate your new network configurations.

  1. Scroll to the top of the page.
  2. Click on the link in the warning message to activate the new network configuration. 
    network_activation_ip_configuration.png
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