Sonus SBC 1000
The Sonus SBC 1000 has two Ethernet ports used for communicating with the IP network. All SIP traffic is carried on these two ports. Unlike the Sonus SBC 2000, this model has no dedicated Management Port.
Sonus SBC 2000
The Sonus SBC 2000 has four Ethernet ports and one Ethernet Management port. By default, each of the four non-management ports are in their own system created VLAN, and are isolated from one another.
If the unit is equipped with a built-in ASM, then all ASM traffic is carried uniquely through this Ethernet port.
For communication between the Sonus SBC 1000/2000 and the ASM to work properly, the ASM port's Default Untagged VLAN must be set to a VLAN whose logical IP address is in the same subnet as the ASM's IP address. For example, if the ASM port's default VLAN is set to Ethernet 1 VLAN, then the logical interface Ethernet 1 IP must have its IP address in the same subnet as the ASM IP.
Working with Ethernet Ports
- In the WebUI, click the Settings tab.
In the left navigation pane, go to Node Interfaces > Ports.
To view a Ethernet Port's properties:
- Click the popup() icon next to the entry you want to view.
- When you are finished, close the window.
Helpful Tip: To delete an entry, simply select the checkbox next to the entry you wish delete, then click the Delete () icon located at the top of the window.
See also, Viewing Port Counters and Channel Details,