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How to Configure Static Network Interfaces

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

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Configure a static network interface

  1. Go to the NETWORK > IP Configuration page.
  2. In the Static Interface Configuration section, click Add Static Network Interface.
  3. In the Add Static Network Interface window, select an interface from the list and enter a Name.
  4. Enter IP address and netmask of the interface and configure the settings as follows:
    • From the Classification list, you can select the following options to specify if the network is 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.
    • If you do not enter a Gateway, the default gateway (0.0.0.0) is used.
  5. Click Save.
  6. At the top of the page, click on the warning message to execute the new network configuration.
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