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2018/04/14 07:08:44 (permalink)
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Firewall ipmacbinding table

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How to  change firewall  edit number in the IP/MAC binding table ?
I have list of MAC addresses 
Edit 1
set mac ......
set name...
set status enable
next
edit 3....
etc.
How to change numerals from 1to end of list without jumping from like example 1 to 3?
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Re: Firewall ipmacbinding table 2018/04/14 12:47:03 (permalink)
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This is not possible in the CLI.
As it is not necessary either: all entries are treated equally, there is no order at all.
If you want to reorder the entries just to be able to enter entry no. "n+1", you can specify "edit 0". This will always assign the next higher number.
 
If you then still want to reorder:
- save the config to disk
- open in editor
- reassign numbers manually
- save file
- restore config file (with reboot)
 
 

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Re: Firewall ipmacbinding table 2018/04/14 21:52:41 (permalink)
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Thanks for reply.
Tried to download config file(text format) thru Upload Bulk CLI command file,
but "configuration file error" ( 
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Re: Firewall ipmacbinding table 2018/04/15 04:30:01 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Seamaan 2018/04/15 08:03:16
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Config file save/restore does not work via "Upload bulk"! Use the links in the Dashboard/System widget.
"Upload bulk command file" is used only if you have small parts of the config, like the local address section.

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Re: Firewall ipmacbinding table 2018/04/15 05:02:18 (permalink)
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Could you advise how to do this thru system widget?
How to download config file 
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Re: Firewall ipmacbinding table 2018/04/15 05:29:04 (permalink)
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Well done
Many thanks for assist
 
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Re: Firewall ipmacbinding table 2018/04/15 10:59:56 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Seamaan 2018/04/15 11:17:10
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I include a picture of a System widget.
If you click on 'Backup', do not use 'encrypted' in the following dialog. Download the config will then happen as a plain text file.
Open with your fav editor and search for 'macip' to find the section you want to sort. Edit it and save the config file. Then, again in the 'System' widget, use 'Restore' to install the edited config.

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