Manage Processing Interfaces

Navigate to Network > Manage Processing Interfaces to see the current processing interfaces configuration.

With the slider switch at the top of the screen you can enable (on) or disable (off) the default configuration. In the default configuration, all processing interfaces belong to a single bridge providing a working fallback setup.


While the default configuration is active, changes of the processing interface groups will have no effect. They will only be activated after you disable the default configuration and click APPLY CHANGES.

The table displays the available groups with processing interfaces (port ID) and VLAN range. The icons in the last table column allow you to edit or delete processing interface/bridge allocations.


Processing interfaces belonging to the same bridge have the same name in the Bridge column. To see which bridge contains what interfaces, click the Bridge header to organize the table by bridges.

To add a bridge, click the Add button above the overview table.

Processing Interface Group Settings

When you add or edit a bridge, the settings screen is displayed with the following elements:




Enter the name of the bridge.


Select the processing interface you want to assign to this bridge.

VLAN Range

Optional: Enter the VLAN ranges applicable to the bridge.

The buttons at the bottom of the screen allow you to store your changes (SAVE) or to discard them (CANCEL).


Only interfaces that belong to the same bridge can communicate with each other.

To activate your customized processing interfaces configuration, you need to disable the default configuration.