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The procedures we will do here will be identical to the ones we did in UTM A, but referring to UTM B.

Initially, access the Settings menu and click on Network:


Settings - Network


Click on the Interfaces tab:


Interfaces tab


We will make the following settings in this step:

  • Initially we will need to configure the UTM B LAN (to serve as the UTM A destination);
  • Configure the physical interfaces that will be used to connect with the routers that will be used as a link by UTM B:


Some details of the interfaces tab will not be considered in this example, if you want more information, see this page.


Below are the UTM B interface configurations:


Network - Interfaces


LAN configuration of UTM B


Access the physical interface you will use and click []. The following screen will be displayed:


Interfaces - eth1


Next we will detail the panels that we will need to configure.

General Panel


Complete the form as shown below:


Interfaces – Painel General


  • Network Zone: To organize, we name the Zones of all the interfaces that we will use "ECMP";
  • Description: Insert the desired description in order to facilitate the identification of the interface later. Ex.: LAN UTM B.


IPv4


Complete the form as shown below:


Interfaces - IPv4


  • IPv4[]: Mark this checkbox to enable the form;
  • IP Address: Add the IP that will be used by UTM A, in this case, it will be: 192.168.11.1;
  • Mask: Enter the netmask to be used by UTM B.


To save, click [].


Next we will configure the interfaces that will be used by the routers.


Link with the UTM 4 router


Access the physical interface you will use and click []. The following screen will be displayed:


Interfaces - eth2


Next we will detail the panels that we will need to configure.


General Panel


Complete the form as shown below:


Interfaces – Painel General


  • Network Zone: To organize, we name the Zones of all the interfaces that we will use "ECMP";
  • Description: Insert the desired description in order to facilitate the identification of the interface later. Ex.: NETWORK 10.


IPv4


Complete the form as shown below:


Interfaces - IPv4


  • IPv4[]: Check this checkbox to enable the form;
  • IP Address: Add the IP that will be used by the router, in this case, it will be: 10.0.0.2;
  • Mask: Enter the netmask that will be used by the router;
  • Gateway: Define the gateway that will be used by the router, being: 10.0.0.1.


IPv6


Complete the form as shown below:


Interfaces - IPv6


  • IPv6[]: Check this checkbox to enable the form;
  • IP Address: Add the IP that will be used by the router, in this case, it will be: 2001 :: abcd: 6400: 2;
  • Prefix: Select the prefix "126";
  • Gateway: Define the gateway that will be used by the router, we will use: 2001 :: abcd: 6400: 1.


To save, click [].


This completes the configuration of the interface of one of the routers. Follow the same steps to set up the other link:


Link with the UTM 5 router


Below, an image demonstrating how the UTM 5 Router link should be configured:


Interfaces - UTM 5 Config


This finalizes the configuration of the Interfaces in UTM B, next we will configure the static routes.

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