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Huawei RTN and its mangement ip address ?

Today, 05:59 AM

Posted by zillah in Security & Networking
Dear Experts

I have worked with Huawei RTN 950 (microwave transmission equipment)


Huawei is largest Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer in the world according to :


Auto discovery RTN software that we need to install on our laptop called WEBLCT in the link below and that software shows that RTN ip address is


To access it locally via a management Ethernet port we have to assign the ip address for our laptop to be same network address of the RTN something like to establish connectivity

When I ping this ip address it got ping successfullyd then I can access RTN via the utility /software that as installed on a laptop

My question isn't this ip address is public not a private address ? How can that be assigned for local access ?



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