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Powered by AcctonES4524DES4548D24/48-PortGigabit Ethernet SwitchManagement Guidee-mail: info@direktronik.setel: 08-52 400 700 fax: 08-520 18121

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    Chapter 3: Configuring the SwitchUs

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    Navigating the Web Browser Interfac

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    Navigating the Web Browser Interfac

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    Navigating the Web Browser Interfac

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    Chapter 4: Basic System SettingsThi

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    Displaying Switch Hardware/Software

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    Displaying Bridge Extension Capabil

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    Renumbering the Stack4Renumbering t

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    Chapter 5: Setting an IP AddressThi

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    Setting the Switch’s IP Address (

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    Setting the Switch’s IP Address (

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    Setting the Switch’s IP Address (

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    Setting the Switch’s IP Address (

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    Setting the Switch’s IP Address (

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    Setting the Switch’s IP Address (

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    Chapter 6: Managing System FilesThi

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    Managing Firmware6To delete a file

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    Saving or Restoring Configuration S

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    Chapter 7: Console Port SettingsYou

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    Chapter 8: Telnet SettingsYou can a

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    Chapter 9: Configuring Event Loggin

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    Remote Log Configuration9• Host I

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    Sending Simple Mail Transfer Protoc

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    Chapter 10: Setting the System Cloc

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    Chapter 11: Simple Network Manageme

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    Setting Community Access Strings11C

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    Specifying Trap Managers and Trap T

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    Configuring SNMPv3 Management Acces

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    Configuring SNMPv3 Management Acces

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    Configuring SNMPv3 Management Acces

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    Configuring SNMPv3 Management Acces

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    Configuring SNMPv3 Management Acces

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    Configuring SNMPv3 Management Acces

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    Chapter 12: User AuthenticationThis

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    Configuring Local/Remote Logon Auth

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    Configuring HTTPSCLI - Specify all

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    Configuring HTTPS12obtain a unique

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    Configuring the Secure Shell12clien

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    Configuring the Secure Shell12Web -

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    Filtering IP Addresses for Manageme

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    Chapter 13: Configuring Port Securi

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    Chapter 14: Configuring 802.1X Port

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    Configuring 802.1X Global SettingsC

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    Configuring Port Settings for 802.1

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    Displaying 802.1X Statistics14Web -

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    Chapter 15: Access Control ListsAcc

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    Configuring an Extended IPv4 ACL15W

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    Configuring an Extended IPv4 ACL15W

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    Configuring a Standard IPv6 ACL15We

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    Configuring an Extended IPv6 ACL15

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    Binding a Port to an Access Control

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    Chapter 16: Port ConfigurationThis

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    Displaying Connection Status16CLI -

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    Configuring Interface Connections16

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    Showing Port Statistics16Table 16-1

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    Showing Port Statistics16Web - Clic

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    Chapter 17: Creating Trunk GroupsYo

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    Setting a Load-Balance Mode for Tru

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    }}Enabling LACP on Selected PortsCL

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    Configuring LACP Parameters17Config

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    Displaying LACP Port Counters17CLI

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    Displaying LACP Settings and Status

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    Displaying LACP Settings and Status

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    Chapter 18: Broadcast Storm Control

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    Chapter 19: Configuring Port Mirror

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    Chapter 20: Configuring Rate Limits

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    Chapter 21: Address Table SettingsS

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    Displaying the Address Table21Web -

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    Chapter 22: Spanning Tree Algorithm

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    Displaying Global Settings22MSTP co

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    Displaying Global Settings22Web - C

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    Configuring Global Settings22• Mu

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    Configuring Global Settings22Web -

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    Displaying Interface Settings22•

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    Configuring Interface Settings22CLI

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    Configuring Multiple Spanning Trees

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    Configuring Multiple Spanning Trees

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    Configuring Interface Settings for

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    Chapter 23: VLAN ConfigurationIn la

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    Assigning Ports to VLANs23these hos

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    Displaying Current VLANs23CLI - Ent

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    Adding Static Members to VLANs (VLA

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    Adding Static Members to VLANs (Por

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    Configuring VLAN Behavior for Inter

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    Configuring IEEE 802.1Q Tunneling23

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    Configuring IEEE 802.1Q Tunneling23

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    Configuring IEEE 802.1Q Tunneling23

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    Chapter 24: Configuring Private VLA

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    Chapter 25: Configuring Protocol-Ba

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    Mapping Protocols to VLANs25Web - C

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    Chapter 26: Class of Service Config

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    Layer 2 Queue Settings26Mapping CoS

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    Layer 2 Queue Settings26Command Att

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    Layer 3/4 Priority Settings26Layer

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    Layer 3/4 Priority Settings26CLI -

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    Layer 3/4 Priority Settings26Mappin

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    Chapter 27: Quality of ServiceThe c

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    Configuring a Class Map27• IP Pre

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    Creating QoS Policies27• Add Poli

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    Attaching a Policy Map to Ingress Q

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    Chapter 28: Multicast FilteringMult

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    Layer 2 IGMP (Snooping and Query)28

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    Layer 2 IGMP (Snooping and Query)28

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    Layer 2 IGMP (Snooping and Query)28

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    Chapter 29: Configuring Domain Name

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    Configuring Static DNS Host to Addr

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    Displaying the DNS Cache29Displayin

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    Chapter 30: Switch ClusteringSwitch

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    Cluster Member Information30Web - C

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    Section III:Command Line InterfaceT

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    Chapter 31: Using the Command Line

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    Entering Commands31Entering Command

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    Entering Commands31Partial Keyword

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    Entering Commands31Username: guestP

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    Entering Commands31Command Line Pro

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    Chapter 32: CLI Command GroupsThe s

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    Chapter 33: General CommandsThis ch

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    show history33ExampleConsole#config

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    quit33Command ModeAnyExampleThis ex

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    Chapter 34: System Management Comma

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    jumbo frame34jumbo frameThis comman

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    show running-config34VLAN databaseV

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    show systemThis command displays sy

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    show version34ExampleConsole#show v

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    Chapter 35: File Management Command

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    copy35• To replace the startup co

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    dir35Command ModePrivileged ExecCom

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    oot system35boot systemThis command

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    Chapter 36: Line CommandsYou can ac

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    password36• This command controls

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    password-thresh36Default SettingCLI

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    parity36Command UsageThe databits c

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    disconnect36ExampleTo specify 2 sto

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    Chapter 37: Event Logging CommandsT

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    logging host37ExampleConsole(config

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    clear log37clear logThis command cl

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    show log37show logThis command disp

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    Chapter 38: SMTP Alert CommandsThes

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    logging sendmail destination-email3

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    Chapter 39: Time CommandsThe system

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    sntp poll39Related Commandssntp cli

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    calendar set39calendar setThis comm

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    Chapter 40: SNMP CommandsControls a

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    snmp-server community40ExampleConso

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    snmp-server host40Command ModeGloba

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    snmp-server enable traps40supports.

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    Exampleshow snmp engine-id40• A l

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    show snmp view40show snmp viewThis

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    show snmp group40show snmp groupFou

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    show snmp user40Command Usage• Th

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    Chapter 41: User Authentication Com

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    Authentication Sequence41Default Se

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    RADIUS Client41Command Usage• RAD

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    RADIUS Client41Command ModeGlobal C

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    TACACS+ Client41TACACS+ ClientTermi

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    Web Server Commands41Web Server Com

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    Web Server Commands41• The follow

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    Secure Shell Commands41Secure Shell

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    Secure Shell Commands41c.If a match

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    Secure Shell Commands41ip ssh authe

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    Secure Shell Commands41Related Comm

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    Secure Shell Commands41Table 41-11

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    IP Filter Commands41Command ModeGlo

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    Chapter 42: Port Security CommandsT

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    Chapter 43: 802.1X Port Authenticat

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    dot1x operation-mode43• force-aut

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    Exampledot1x timeout quiet-period43

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    show dot1x43Command UsageThis comma

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    Chapter 44: Access Control List Com

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    IPv4 ACLs44Default SettingNoneComma

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    IPv4 ACLs44ExampleThis example acce

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    IPv6 ACLs44IPv6 ACLsThe commands in

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    IPv6 ACLs44permit, deny (Extended I

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    IPv6 ACLs44Command ModePrivileged E

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    MAC ACLs44Example• An ACL can con

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    MAC ACLs44ExampleConsole#show mac a

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    ACL Information44ExampleConsole#sho

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    Chapter 45: Interface CommandsThese

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    negotiation45Default Setting• Aut

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    flowcontrol45ExampleThe following e

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    clear counters45Command UsageThis c

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    show interfaces counters45show inte

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    show interfaces switchport45FieldTa

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    Chapter 46: Link Aggregation Comman

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    port channel load-balance46port cha

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    lacp system-priority46ExampleThe fo

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    lacp admin-key (Port Channel)46•

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    show lacp46Default SettingPort Chan

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    FieldPartner AdminPort NumberPartne

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    Chapter 47: Broadcast Storm Control

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    Chapter 48: Mirror Port CommandsThi

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    Chapter 49: Rate Limit CommandsThis

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    Chapter 50: Address Table CommandsT

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    show mac-address-tableshow mac-addr

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    Chapter 51: Spanning Tree CommandsT

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    spanning-tree forward-time51Command

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    spanning-tree max-age51spanning-tre

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    spanning-tree transmission-limitspa

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    mst priority51mst priorityThis comm

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    max-hops51max-hopsThis command conf

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    spanning-tree port-priority51spanni

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    spanning-tree link-type51ExampleCon

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    spanning-tree mst port-priority51sp

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    show spanning-tree51• For a descr

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    Chapter 52: VLAN CommandsA VLAN is

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    GVRP and Bridge Extension Commands5

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    Editing VLAN Groups52show garp time

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    Configuring VLAN Interfaces52Exampl

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    Configuring VLAN Interfaces52switch

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    Configuring VLAN Interfaces52switch

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    Configuring IEEE 802.1Q TunnelingCo

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    Configuring IEEE 802.1Q Tunneling52

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    Displaying VLAN Information52show v

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    Chapter 53: Private VLAN CommandsPr

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    Chapter 54: Protocol-based VLAN Com

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    show protocol-vlan protocol-group54

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    Chapter 55: Class of Service Comman

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    Priority Commands (Layer 2)55switch

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    Priority Commands (Layer 2)55Defaul

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    Priority Commands (Layer 3 and 4)Pr

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    Priority Commands (Layer 3 and 4)Ex

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    Priority Commands (Layer 3 and 4)55

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    ExampleConsole#show map ip preceden

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    Chapter 56: Quality of Service Comm

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    match56matchThis command defines th

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    set56Default SettingNoneCommand Mod

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    service-policy56ExampleThis example

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    show policy-map interface56ExampleC

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    Chapter 57: Multicast Filtering Com

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    IGMP Snooping Commands57ExampleThe

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    IGMP Query Commands57ip igmp snoopi

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    IGMP Query Commands57ip igmp snoopi

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    Static Multicast Routing Commands57

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    Chapter 58: Domain Name Service Com

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    ip domain-name58ip domain-nameThis

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    ip domain-lookup58Command UsageThe

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    show dns58show dnsThis command disp

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    Chapter 59: IPv4 Interface Commands

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    ip dhcp restart59• An default gat

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    ping59pingThis command sends (IPv4)

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    Chapter 60: IPv6 Interface Commands

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    ipv6 general-prefix60ipv6 general-p

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    ipv6 address60Command Usage• The

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    ipv6 address eui-6460Related Comman

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    ipv6 address link-local60ipv6 addre

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    show ipv6 interface60FieldIPv6Link-

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    ExampleThe following shows the defa

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    show ipv6 traffic60ExampleThe follo

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    show ipv6 traffic60Fieldhop count e

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    show ipv6 traffic60Fieldrouter soli

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    ping ipv660ping ipv6This command se

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    ipv6 nd dad attempts60• If the sp

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    ipv6 nd ns interval60ipv6 nd ns int

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    clear ipv6 neighbors60Table 60-5 sh

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    Chapter 61: Switch Cluster Commands

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    cluster member61Command ModeGlobal

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    show cluster membersshow cluster me

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    Section IV:AppendicesThis section p

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    Appendix A: Software Specifications

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    Management Information BasesAIGMPv2

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    Appendix B: TroubleshootingProblems

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    GlossaryAccess Control List (ACL)AC

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    GlossaryIEEE 802.1QVLAN Tagging—D

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    GlossaryPort AuthenticationSee IEEE

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    GlossaryUser Datagram Protocol (UDP

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    IndexNumerics802.1Q tunnel 23-12, 5

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    IndexTACACS+ server 12-2, 41-9logon

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