You can find the Tunnel Settings at Interfaces → Assign → Tunnel.
Tunnels do not need an underlying interface. They are defined by their source IP Address that must be defined in the system.
We support the following Tunnel modes:
Assign to new Interface is an option shown when you create a new Tunnel and it will automatically assign the Interfaces as described in Assign Interfaces.
15.7.1. Interface Tunnel Settings¶
Any other tunnel settings must be defined on the corresponding Interface page.
A tunnel always has an outer IP Type and an inner IP Type. The outer IP Type is IPv4 or IPv6 depending, on the tunnel type there is no choice. This sets the sender and destination of the Tunnel to an IPv4 or IPv6 Address.
Local Public IP Address is the sender IP Address and it is an Interface or Virtual IP Address of VT AIR
Remote Public IP Address is the destination IP Address of the remote endpoint
Tunnel Address Version is depending on the Tunnel Type IPv4 or IPv6 and represents the inner IP Type
Local Tunnel IP Address is the local tunnel IP Address and the corresponding subnet mask. Make sure that the remote endpoint has a different IP Address in the same subnet.