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Configure Internet-Connection via SmartProvisioning Script

Question asked by maurie92bb4c8-e697-481c-ad88-010c3601580b on Jul 20, 2017
Latest reply on Jul 28, 2017 by Dameon Welch Abernathy

Hi there,

we need to configure the DMZ-Port as Internet-Connection with a static IP-Address.

 

I configured a static IP-Address via WebGUI. Internet-connection "Internet2" is configured with 192.168.1.1, but "show configuration" does not show this IP-Address.

 

set internet-connection "Internet2" type "pppoa" local-ipv4-address "auto" method "auto" idle-time "20"
set internet-connection "Internet2" auto-negotiation "on" link-speed "10/half" mtu "1500" mac-addr "default" vpi "0" vci "0" standard "adsl2+" encapsulation "llc"
set internet-connection "Internet2" type "cellular"
set internet-connection "Internet2" "probe-icmp-servers" first "8.8.8.8" second "8.8.4.4"
set internet-connection "Internet2" type "pppoa"
set internet-connection "Internet2" ha-priority "1" load-balancing-weight "10"
set internet-connection "Internet2" qos-upload "disable"
set internet-connection "Internet2" qos-download "disable"
set internet-connection "Internet2" connect-on-demand "false"
set internet-connection "Internet2" disable-nat "off"
set internet-connection "Internet2" "enable"

 

At this point I don't see a possibility to configure the DMZ-Port as Internet-Connection via CLI.

 

On the other hand I can configure the following:

 

set interface "DMZ" ipv4-address "192.168.1.1" mask-length "24"
set interface "DMZ" description "Uplink"
set interface "DMZ" state "on"

 

But that only changes the settings in the local network.

 

Is there a way to implemented an internet-connection via CLI?

 

Thank you,

Maurice

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