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ES4624-SFP/ES4626-SFP Basic Management Guide 1 www.edge-core.com

  • Page 2 and 3: Content CHAPTER 1 SWITCH MANAGEMENT
  • Page 4 and 5: 2.11.1 RADIUS Introduction ........
  • Page 6 and 7: 7.3 LLDP FUNCTION COMMANDS ........
  • Page 8 and 9: 9.6.3 Typical Applications Of The V
  • Page 10 and 11: 13.1.3 Commands for Layer 3 Interfa
  • Page 12 and 13: 15.8 DHCPV6 TROUBLESHOOTING .......
  • Page 14 and 15: 20.3.12 show dns config ...........
  • Page 16 and 17: 26.3.11 ip igmp snooping vlan query
  • Page 18 and 19: 29.4 MRPP TYPICAL SCENARIO ........
  • Page 20 and 21: 33.3 COMMANDS FOR DHCPV6 SNOOPING .
  • Page 22 and 23: Chapter 1 Switch Management 1.1 Man
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  • Page 26 and 27: 3) If not 2), Telnet client can con
  • Page 28 and 29: 1.1.4 Management Via HTTP Fig 1-8 T
  • Page 30 and 31: Fig 1-10 Web Login Interface Input
  • Page 32 and 33: is defaulted to User Mode. The prom
  • Page 34 and 35: Mode. Mode. OSPF Type router Switch
  • Page 36 and 37: 1.2.5 Help Function There are two w
  • Page 38 and 39: and to display configuration and st
  • Page 40 and 41: anner motd no banner motd Configur
  • Page 42 and 43: clients with trusted IP addresses a
  • Page 44 and 45: Usage Guide:This command can only b
  • Page 46 and 47: 2.1.1.14 dir Command: dir Function:
  • Page 48 and 49: 2.1.1.20 help Command: help Functio
  • Page 50 and 51: Function: Enable Web configuration;
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    Type ^c to abort. Sending 5 56-byte

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    Displayed Information ping6 Target

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    Usage guide: The user can set the f

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    is the name of the remote host; is

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    set the password as null. Example:

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    ] [password [0|7] ] no username au

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    command to enable or disable the Te

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    Function: Enable SSH function on th

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    e sent. Also the send hop may be a

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    the system clock can be adjusted in

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    Function: Display the contents in t

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    Type :Universal Mac addr num : No l

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    ForeignAddress ForeignPort State Re

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    uffer zone, The two buffer zone rec

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    Global Mode Enable the output chann

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    Usage Guide: When the old informati

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    Switch(Config-if-Vlan1)#ipv6 addres

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    2.4 Debugging and diagnosis for pac

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    Parameter: is the type of the prot

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    1. Manual configuration 2. BOOTP co

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    mutually exclusive, enabling any 2

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    Fig 2-1 ASN.1 Tree Instance In this

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    {|}] 3. Configure IP address of SNM

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    Switch(config)#rmon enable Example

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    V3 Trap Host Information: Displayed

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    Switch(config)#snmp-server enable t

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    SNMP engineID Engine Boots Engine n

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    Command: snmp-server group {Noauth

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    Create a view, the name is readview

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    data from the switch. The configura

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    2.7.2 BootROM Upgrade There are two

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    [Boot]: Step 6: After successful up

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    uploaded via FTP in Global Mode to

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    Global Mode Start TFTP server, the

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    unning-config Running configuration

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    Example: Switch#show tftp timeout :

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    downloaded to the FLASH. • TFTP C

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    Switch#copy tftp: //10.1.1.1/ start

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    check for appropriate troubleshooti

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    sFlow system. We have achieved data

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    Command: sflow destination [] no s

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    no sflow data-len Function: Configu

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    Collector address is The analyzer a

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    1. Configure the TACACS+ authentica

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    TACACS+ server or else no correct T

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    In configuring and using TACACS+, t

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    3 CHAP-Password 25 Class 4 NAS-IP-A

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    Command Global Mode radius-server d

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    Function:Enable the debug informati

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    “no radius nas-ipv4” command de

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    would be available. RADIUS Server w

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    no radius-server timeout Function:

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    2.11.3.20 show aaa config Command:

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    Switch #show radius authencated-use

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    Finally ensure to connect to the co

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    2.12.2.3 Configure IP address of SN

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    FTP client service -to configure FT

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    Example: open the TFTP server, inpu

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    Users should save the current runni

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    Accounting Status as Enable Account

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    Chapter 3 Port Configuration 3.1 In

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    flow control no flow control loopba

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    Function: Clears the statistics of

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    sets the cable type to auto-identif

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    port. For example, an 10/100M Ether

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    counter {packet | rate} show packag

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    The last 5 second output rate 0 byt

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    the port status displayed when the

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    existing VLAN interface. Parameters

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    3.2.3.2.1 duplex Command: duplex {a

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    3.3 Port Mirroring Configuration 3.

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    3.4 Port Configuration Example Swit

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    Example: Assign port to be Ethernet

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    3.6.7 Port mirroring configuration

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    Chapter 4 Port Isolation Function C

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    the users needs to change or redo t

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    e1/15 Vlan e1/1 S1 e1/10 S2 S3 Fig

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    5.2 Port Loopback Detection Functio

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    controlled after enabling control o

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    loopback detection config and state

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    Chapter 6 ULDP Function Configurati

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    3. Configure aggressive mode global

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    this command will enable ULDP for t

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    Example: To reset all the port whic

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    Command: debug uldp packet [receive

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    %Oct 29 11:09:50 2007 A unidirectio

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    Chapter 7 Configuration of LLDP Fun

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    3. Configure the operating state of

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    debug lldp packets interface ethern

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    Example:Set the interval of sending

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    optional TLV represents the descrip

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    Command:show lldp interface etherne

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    sending of packets and other inform

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    Chapter 8 Port Channel Configuratio

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    0 by default. After the static aggr

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    Command Aggregation port configurat

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    Command: lacp port-priority no lac

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    Command: port-group mode {active|p

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    Ethernet1/1 1 32768 1 0x8000,00-03-

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    SwitchA (Config-If-Ethernet1/2)#exi

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    Display port member Select a group

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    convenience: Improving network per

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    Command Port Mode switchport hybrid

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    Command: private-vlan {primary|isol

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    Ethernet1/7 Ethernet1/8 Switch#show

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    Switch(Config-If-Ethernet1/5)#switc

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    “remove” delet assigned allow v

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    In this example, port 1 and port 12

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    Switch A: Switch (config)#vlan 10 S

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    Command: bridge-ext gvrp no bridge-

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    command restores the default timer

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    Switch(Config-Vlan100)#switchport i

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    can configure their own VLAN indepe

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    Switch (Config-If-Ethernet1/10)#swi

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    VLAN translation, as one can tell f

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    Switch(Config-If-Ethernet1/1)#vlan-

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    vlan-translation. vlan-translation

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    5. Configure the correspondence bet

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    Example: Switch#config Switch(confi

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    Usage Guide: Display the ports of e

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    9.5.2.2.13 switchport mac-vlan enab

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    SwitchC(Config)#exit SwitchC# 9.5.4

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    Command Mode: Admin Mode and other

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    Figure 9-8 VLAN typical apply topol

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    Chapter 10 MAC Table Configuration

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    The 300 seconds here is the default

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    [address ] [vlan ] [interface [ethe

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    dot1x, security port…). SYSTEM is

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    10.6 MAC Address Function Extension

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    10.6.1.3 Commands for Mac Address B

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    MAC address can be added. Example:

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    10.6.1.3.11 show port-security addr

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    Chapter 11 MSTP Configuration 11.1

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    egion to become the CST. The MSTI i

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    loopguard 3. Configure MSTP region

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    Command Port Mode spanning-tree cos

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    Parameter: Normally, sets the inst

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    no spanning-tree Function: Enable M

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    Command: spanning-tree forward-time

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    uses max-hop to count BPDU lifetime

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    Port Type Allowed Number Of Default

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    ootguand port , it is forbidden to

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    eceived from a rootguard port, MSTP

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    Switch(config)#interface ethernet 1

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    SwitchB(Config-Vlan20)#exit SwitchB

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    SwitchA 1 2 SwitchB 1 2 2 1 x Switc

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    ########################### Instanc

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    Usage Guide: In the Admin mode, thi

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    Click “MSTP control” to enter t

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    Enable MSTP in Global mode. 11.6.3.

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    Chapter 12 Flow-based Redirection 1

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    in the system 2. specify ports in ,

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    2. Bandwidth for Layer 3 Interface

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    Usage Guide: This command only can

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    temporally; meanwhile it adds the b

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    (3) Configure Tunnel Destination (4

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    [no] ipv6 nd prefix [off-link] [

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    tunnel destination {ipv4-address> |

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    Usage Guide:When the next hop IPv6

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    no ipv6 nd ra-lifetime Function: Co

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    Default: The default hoplimit of se

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    Usage Guide:IPv6 address and multic

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    destination. Example:Configure tunn

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    SwitchA(Config-if-Vlan2)#exit Switc

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    ipv6 address 2002::2/64 ! interface

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    IPv6 troubleshooting: • IPv6 on-o

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    ICMP statistics: Rcvd: 0 total 0 er

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    Default: None Command Mode:Admin Mo

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    3001::1 Configured IPv6 address of

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    Ethernet1/3 reachable 3ffe:3240:800

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    Mode Source Destination Nexthop Tun

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    C. The application of URPF technolo

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    Function:Enable the URPF function o

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    SW1 E1/8 E1/8 SW2 E3/2 Vlan3 E3/2 S

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    command disables the proxy ARP. 3.

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    sending/receiving condition of ARP

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    When arp/nd swith over the port in

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    Chapter 14 DHCP Configuration 14.1

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    Global Mode ip dhcp pool no ip dhc

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    no bootfile Function: Sets the file

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    is the Ethernet protocol type, sho

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    14.2.2.11 ip dhcp conflict ping-det

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    Usage Guide: This command is used t

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    Command mode: Global Mode Usage Gui

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    networks, the DHCP client performs

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    is 10.16.1.2/16. The local area net

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    Switch(Config-if-Vlan1)#ip help-add

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    Automatic bindings 2 Manual binding

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    14.6.1.3 Client's default gateway c

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    14.6.1.7 DHCP network parameter con

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    switch; click Default, DHCP relay i

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    Chapter 15 DHCPv6 Configuration 15.

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    (2) To configure parameter of DHCPv

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    4. To enable DHCPv6 prefix delegati

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    2. To enable DHCPv6 prefix delegati

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    Example: Switch#debug ipv6 dhcp rel

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    prefix will be disabled. Only one

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    Command : ipv6 dhcp relay destinati

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    Function: To configure the address

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    Default: Disabled Usage Guide: This

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    include type, DUID, IAID, prefix, v

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    DHCP6RENEW 0 DHCP6REBIND 0 DHCP6REL

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    Command:show ipv6 general-prefix Fu

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    Switch3(Config-if-Vlan10)#exit Swit

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    Switch2(config)#service dhcpv6 Swit

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    Chapter 16 DHCP option 82 Configura

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    3)After receiving the DHCP request

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    ip dhcp relay information option re

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    Command: ip dhcp relay information

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    VLAN field fills in VLAN ID. For ch

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    16.3 DHCP option 82 Application Exa

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    16.4 DHCP option 82 Troubleshooting

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    esources without DOT1X authenticati

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    ip user helper-address A.B.C.D [por

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    Command Globe mode ip dhcp snooping

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    17.2.2.6 enable trustview key Comma

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    Default Settings:DHCP Snooping bind

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    17.2.2.14 ip dhcp snooping binding

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    function. Example: Enable the funct

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    :The number of DHCP messages transm

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    Command:show ip dhcp snooping [inte

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    equest binding immediately might be

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    The flag explanation of the binding

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    17.4 DHCP Snooping Troubleshooting

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    Fig 18-1 Working Scenario ES4624-SF

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    Example: Displaying debugging infor

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    • after-utc -means: (Optional)Set

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    Command Global Mode ntp server {|}

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    debug ntp authentication no debug n

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    Command: debug ntp packets [send |

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    Parameter: None. Default: Disabled.

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    Function: To configure the specifie

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    Clock offset: 0.010 s Root delay: 0

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    Chapter 20 DNSv4/v6 Configuration 2

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    Command Notes Global Mode ip domain

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    Function: To enable/disable DNS fun

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    Command Mode: Global Mode. Default:

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    www.sina.com.cn 202.108.33.32 16800

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    such as PING, the switch can get co

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    Chapter 21 ARP Scanning Prevention

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    anti-arpscan trust ip [] no anti-a

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    the threshold of IP-based ARP scann

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    Function:Enable ARP scanning preven

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    Ethernet4/21 untrust N 0 Ethernet4/

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    SwitchB (Config-If-Ethernet1/2)#ant

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    22.1.3 How to prevent void ARP/ND S

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    Parameter: None. Default: ARP table

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    Example:Switch(Config-if-Vlan1)#cle

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    Chapter 23 ARP GUARD Configuration

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    Chapter 24 Arp local proxy Configur

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    24.4 Typical examples of arp local

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    2. To display configurations about

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    25.4 Gratuitous ARP Configuration E

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    Chapter 26 IGMP Snooping 26.1 Intro

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    static-group [source ] interface [

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    Switch(config)#ip igmp snooping vla

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    packets). Switch(config)#no ip igmp

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    26.3.14 ip igmp snooping vlan speci

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    espectively and the multicast route

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    Similar to scenario 1. 26.5 IGMP Sn

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    (192.168.0.2) Ethernet1/8 00:04:14

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    duration is brief and smooth, hosts

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    Commands: advertisement-interval n

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    Commands: enable Function: Activate

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    Example: Switch# show vrrp VrId St

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    27.5 VRRP Troubleshooting In config

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    27.6.6 Configure VRRP priority Clic

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    Chapter 28 IPv6 VRRPv3 Configuratio

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    Checksum:The checksum, taking accou

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    Configure the virtual IPv6 address

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    will decrease, lest Backup cannot c

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    IP address owner. The priority of 0

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    interface. Thus, the interfaces of

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    Chapter 29 MRPP Configuration 29.1

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    29.1.2 MRPP Protocol Packet Types P

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    fail-timer no fail-timer enable no

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    Example: Enable debug information o

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    Example: Globally enable MRPP Switc

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    Command: show mrpp {|} Function: Di

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    SWITCH B configuration Task Sequenc

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    Chapter 30 Cluster Configuration 30

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    Command Explanation Global Mode clu

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    Command Global Mode snmp-server ena

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    commander configuration of the swit

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    the commander and members. After ex

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    dst-filename:the specified filename

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    Switch(config)#cluster run Switch(c

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    IP Address: 10.254.254.2 MAC Addres

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    Upstream remote-port:eth 1/2 Upstre

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    Chapter 31 ULPP Configuration 31.1

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    Fig 31-2 VLAN load balance 31.2 ULP

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    Command Explanation Admin mode show

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    Default: Do not display. Command mo

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    31.3.9 flush disable mac Command: f

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    Parameter: is MSTP instance list,

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    as: i; j-k. The number of VLANs in

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    Command: ulpp group master no ulpp

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    Switch(Config)#interface ethernet 1

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    Switch(config-If-Ethernet1/1)#ulpp

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    Fig 32-1 ULSM using scene 32.2 ULSM

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    Switch# show ulsm group 1 ULSM grou

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    SwitchB configuration task list: Sw

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    addresses exhaustion. 33.1.4 Defens

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    6. Configure static binding list en

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    ipv6 address: Delete the binding of

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    entries will not be set according t

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    DHCPv6 Snooping to be configured in

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    33.5 DHCPv6 Snooping Troubleshootin

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    src MAC 00-00-00-11-22-33 interface

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    -----------------------------------

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    5) Clear all dynamic bindings of ND

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    Command: clear ipv6 nd snooping bin

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    Default: SAC_START state binds the

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    Switch(config-if-ethernet1/1)#ipv6

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    Command mode: Admin Mode. Usage Gui

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    SW2(config)# interface vlan 1 SW2(c

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    35.3 Commands for Summer Time 35.3.

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    Usage Guide: This command sets the

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    Chapter 36 Keepalive Gateway Config

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    Command: show ip interface [interfa

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    gateway The detection method is us

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