Configure LAN Options

There are several options for configuring the LAN in your Pano system web interface.


  1. In the system web interface, go to Network > LAN Options.
  2. Configure the following settings as needed:
    Host Name Indicates the system name
    Domain Name The domain name assigned to the system.

    If the system does not automatically obtain a domain name, enter one here.

    Autonegotiation Specifies whether the system should automatically negotiate the LAN Speed and Duplex Mode per IEEE 802.3 autonegotiation procedures. If enabled, those settings become read-only.

    Polycom recommends that you use autonegotiation to avoid network issues.

    LAN Speed Specifies whether to use 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, or 1000 Mbps for the LAN speed. The duplex mode you choose must be supported by the switch.
    Duplex Mode Specifies the duplex mode to use. The duplex mode you choose must be supported by the switch.
    Ignore Redirection Messages Enables the system to ignore ICMP redirect messages.
    ICMP Transmission Rate Limit (millisec) Enter a number between 0 and 1000 to specify the minimum number of milliseconds between transmitted packets. The default value of 1000 signifies that the system sends 1 packet per second. If you enter 0, the transmission rate limit is disabled.

    This setting applies only to “error” ICMP packets and has no effect on “informational” ICMP packets, such as echo requests and replies.

    Enable EAP/802.1X Specifies whether 802.1X authentication is enabled. The following authentication protocols are supported:
    • EAP-MD5
    • EAP-PEAPv0 (MSCHAPv2)
    • EAP-TTLS
    • EAP-TLS
    EAP/802.1X Identity Specifies the system's identity for 802.1X authentication. This setting is available only when EAP/802.1X is enabled. The field cannot be blank.
    EAP/802.1X Password Specifies the system's password for 802.1X authentication. This setting is required when EAP-MD5, EAP-PEAPv0, and EAP-TTLS are used.