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7.6.1.0 - Force10 Networks

7.6.1.0 - Force10 Networks

7.6.1.0 - Force10

FTOS Configuration Guide for ® the S-Series Version 7.6.1.0 February 7, 2008

  • Page 2 and 3: Copyright 2007 Force10 Networks All
  • Page 4 and 5: Table 1 New Features in FTOS versio
  • Page 6 and 7: Table 3 FTOS Features Newly Support
  • Page 8 and 9: 8 New Features
  • Page 10 and 11: Important Points to Remember . . .
  • Page 12 and 13: enable AAA Accounting . . . . . . .
  • Page 14 and 15: Verify MAC learning-limit violation
  • Page 16 and 17: creating a LAG . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 18 and 19: example 1: . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 20 and 21: Chapter 16 Spanning Tree Protocol.
  • Page 22 and 23: Chapter 21 802.1x . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 24 and 25: 24 Contents
  • Page 26 and 27: Information Symbols Table 5 describ
  • Page 28 and 29: CLI Modes Different sets of command
  • Page 30 and 31: Table 6 FTOS Command Modes CLI Comm
  • Page 32 and 33: Figure 3 illustrates how to change
  • Page 34 and 35: Figure 8 Keyword ? Command Example
  • Page 36 and 37: Figure 10 Filtering Command Outputs
  • Page 38 and 39: 38 Configuration Fundamentals
  • Page 40 and 41: Figure 12 Completed Boot Process .*
  • Page 42 and 43: To configure the management port IP
  • Page 44 and 45: Configuration File Management Files
  • Page 46 and 47: Task Command Syntax Command Mode Sa
  • Page 48 and 49: Viewing Configuration Files Configu
  • Page 50 and 51: 1. The cache boot feature requires
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    Selecting a Cache Boot Image Select

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    54 Getting Started

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    enable logging By default, logging

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    Command Syntax Command Mode Purpose

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    Enabling Kernel Core Dump E-Series

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    synchronize log messages You can co

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    • If you are using ACLs in SNMP v

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    Step Command Syntax Command Mode Pu

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    The relevant MIBs for these functio

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    Note: In Unix, enter the command sn

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    Table 12 MIB Objects for Copying Co

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    specify an NTP server FTOS synchron

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    Step Command Syntax Command Mode Pu

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    For a complete listing of FTP relat

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    • limit IP traffic on a terminal

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    To configure a password and assign

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    telnet to another network device To

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    86 Management

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    Configuring Configuration Replace a

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    Figure 43 R1#config R1(conf)#hostna

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    Figure 48 Configuring the Maximum N

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    Viewing the Contents of an Archive

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    96 Configuration Replace and Rollba

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    Fault Recovery RMON provides the fo

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    The following example configures an

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    configuring RMON collection history

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    For details on commands related to

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    AAA Authentication FTOS supports a

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    AAA Authentication—Enable To enab

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    Privilege levels 2 through 14 are n

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    configure custom privilege levels I

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    Figure 57 is a screen shot of the T

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    RADIUS exec-authorization stores a

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    apply the method list to terminal l

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    To view the configuration of RADIUS

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    If authentication fails using the p

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    To delete a TACACS+ server host, us

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    To apply a MAC ACL on a VTY line, u

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    Step Task Command Syntax Command Mo

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    Figure 65 shows an outbound Telnet

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    Enable SSH password authentication

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    Client-based Authentication SSH fro

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    Since traffic passes through the fi

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    Figure 71 illustrates how the seq c

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    Figure 72 illustrates a Trace list

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    142 Security

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    This section covers the following:

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    Configuration Task List for VLANs T

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    Figure 77 illustrates the steps and

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    VLAN interfaces do not support SNMP

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    MAC ACL Implementation The maximum

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    Figure 80 illustrates how the seq c

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    Logging No supported Not supported

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    Figure 84 illustrates an extended M

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    To view the MAC CAM allocation on a

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    Configure a MAC address learning li

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    3. And a station-move occurs on tha

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    NIC Teaming E-Series C-Series S-S

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    Figure 96 Server Clustering: Multip

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    170 Layer 2

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    Related Configuration Tasks • Con

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    Configuring a GARP Timer GARP timer

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    Layer 2 Mode Use the switchport com

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    The negotiation auto command provid

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    configure Layer 3 mode By assigning

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    To configure a Management interface

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    Port Channel Interfaces Port channe

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    For example, if four interfaces (Gi

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    • create a port channel on page 1

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    Figure 110 displays the port channe

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    eassign an interface to a new port

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    Command Syntax Command Mode Purpose

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    The interface range prompt offers t

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    adding ranges The example below sho

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    Choosing an Interface-range Macro T

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    Use the show ip interfaces brief co

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    Dynamic Counters By default, counti

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    Clear Dampening Counters Clear damp

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    208 Interfaces

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    • LACP does not add an interface

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    LACP Long-timeout PDUs are exchange

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    creating a LAG and interface config

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    Step Task Command Command Mode 2 Cr

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    Hitless LACP E-Series C-Series No

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    Implementation Information The VLAN

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    To configure a VLAN-Stack trunk por

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    VLAN-Stack Configuration Example Fi

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    interface GigabitEthernet 7/1 no ip

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    228 VLAN Stacking

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    Implementation Information In FTOS,

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    Command Syntax Command Mode Purpose

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    DHCP For protocols such as Dynamic

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    Command Syntax Command Mode Purpose

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    Command Syntax Command Mode Purpose

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    To reenable the creation of ICMP un

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    Configuring a Broadcast Address Con

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    In Figure 163, Packet 1 has the des

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    Use the command debug ip dhcp when

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    V For extended ACL TCP and UDP filt

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    Figure 168 illustrates how the seq

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    To create a filter for TCP packets

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    To view all configured IP ACLs and

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    To view which IP ACL is applied to

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    To create an egress ACLs, use the i

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    To apply ACLs on loopback, use the

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    Figure 177 illustrates how the seq

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    Force10>show ip prefix detail Prefi

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    IPv4 and IPv6 ACLs and prefixes and

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    Figure 183 Resequencing ACLs Force1

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    • Two or more match clauses withi

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    Force10#show route-map dilling rout

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    Command Syntax Command Mode Purpose

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    In Figure 190, the redistribute osp

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    Ingress Packet Processing Rate Limi

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    • rate limit for outgoing traffic

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    ate police for incoming traffic You

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    :T limit or suppress traffic The St

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    Force10#show interfaces gigabitEthe

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    Traffic Classification You configur

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    • match ip dscp on page 291 • m

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    Command Syntax Command Mode Usage m

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    FTOS output policies enable you to

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    ate-police incoming traffic E-Serie

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    ate-limit outgoing traffic E-Series

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    specify WRED drop precedence Use th

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    To enable flow-based DSCP marking:

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    Input/Output Policy Maps To configu

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    trust the dot1p value Use this comm

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    To remove an output policy map, use

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    See for more information about WRED

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    Figure 231 shows how to configure W

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    WRED on Storm Control E-Series C-S

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    Command Syntax Use queue egress mul

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    • Marking Flows in the Same Queue

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    320 Quality of Service

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    Router A is configured as the MASTE

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    Please note that the above recommen

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    As an example, lets assume an inter

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    To view the priority of virtual gro

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    To view the virtual router’s conf

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    332 VRRP

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    • Any Layer 2 interfaces that are

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    To enable Spanning Tree globally fo

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    Confirm that a port is participatin

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    View the current values for interfa

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    Influencing STP Root Selection The

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    344 Spanning Tree Protocol

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    Configuration Task List for PVST+ T

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    To configure forward-delay, use the

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    The following command configures th

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    To disable PVST+ on a particular in

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    The following example shows viewing

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    Table 34 displays the default value

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    R1(conf-rstp)#show config ! protoco

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    R3#show spanning-tree rstp brief Ex

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    Configuring an Edge Port The EdgePo

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    SNMP Traps for Root Elections and T

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    Hence, the same configuration (mapp

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    enable MSTP globally By default, Mu

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    disable or re-enable MSTP on interf

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    Together, the MSTP region name, rev

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    374 MSTP

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    • Opaque Area-local (type 10) •

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    Configuration Information To config

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    To enable OSPF on an interface, use

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    configure stub areas OSPF supports

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    To change OSPF parameters on the in

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    Command Syntax Command Mode Usage i

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    configure virtual links Areas withi

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    To configure the debugging options

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    Figure 294 RADIUS Frame Format Code

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    Configuring 802.1x Configuring 802.

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    Configuring Request Identity Re-tra

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    • ForceUnauthorized an unauthoriz

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    Figure 301 Configuring a Reauthenti

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    In Figure 303 shows the configurati

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    Force10(conf-if-gi-1/2)#dot1x guest

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    406 802.1x

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    2. Upgrade using a boot flash image

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    Step Task Command Command Mode 4 Up

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    Verifying that an FPGA Upgrade is R

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    Figure 312 Upgrading the C-Series P

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    Restoring the FPGA In case of an im

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    Step Task Command Command Mode 3 Wh

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    Figure 317 Viewing the SFM Upgrade

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    Table 40 SNMP Traps and OIDs OID St

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    Table 40 SNMP Traps and OIDs OID St

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    Figure 318 SNMP Traps and Error Mes

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    Figure 318 SNMP Traps and Error Mes

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    430 SNMP Traps

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    432 • RFC 2519—A Framework for

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    MIBs 434 • RFC 1850—OSPF Versio

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    Force10 Specific MIBs 436 • Force

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    438

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    440 Figure 319 displays the show vl

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    442 snmpset -c public 123.45.6.78 .

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    Step Task 444 4 Assign port 0/0-23

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    446 Force10(conf-if-vl-2)#show inte

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    support for multiple match criteria

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    M AS External 375 Network 375 Netwo

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    Q default 238 Q-Bridge MIB Set 439

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    STG changing parameters 339, 361 de

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    456 Index

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