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Dell PowerConnect 5012 User Manual Addendum

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Dell™ PowerConnect™ 3024, 3048, and 5012 Network Switches
Addendum to the 3024, 3048,
and 5012 User's Guides
w w w . d e l l . c o m | s u p p o r t . d e l l . c o m

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  • Page 1 Dell™ PowerConnect™ 3024, 3048, and 5012 Network Switches Addendum to the 3024, 3048, and 5012 User’s Guides w w w . d e l l . c o m | s u p p o r t . d e l l . c o m...
  • Page 2: Notes, Notices, And Cautions

    Reproduction in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Dell Computer Corporation is strictly forbidden. Trademarks used in this text: Dell, the DELL logo, and PowerConnect are trademarks of Dell Computer Corporation. Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products.
  • Page 3: New Features

    Addendum to the 3024, 3048, and 5012 User’s Guides NOTE: The features described in this section apply to both the Web interface and the console interface for your switch. New Features: NOTE: The graphics in this section may differ • IP Assignment Mode slightly from the graphics on your computer.
  • Page 4 System Manager/IP Settings: • IP Assignment Mode — Sets whether IP functionality is enabled through manual (static) configuration or set by Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) or Boot Protocol (BootP). Manual — Sets static IP address. – – BootP — Gets IP address from a BootP server. DHCP —...
  • Page 5 System Manager/Security Admin: • User Authentication Mode — Selects the authentication or authentication sequence required. – Local Only — The switch authenticates the user. – Local then Remote — The switch attempts to authenticate the user first, and then a RADIUS server attempts to authenticate the user.
  • Page 6 • Allowed IP Addresses — You can enter up to 16 IP addresses in the Allowed IP Address table. • Disable Telnet/Web Access (Console Only) — Provides an option to enable or disable Telnet or Web access to the switch. Addendum to the 30 24, 3048 , and 5 012 Us er ’s Guides...
  • Page 7 Layer 3 Priority — DiffServ: • DiffServ — You can change the default ToS priority by selecting Normal Priority or High Priority for each class of services. This setting leverages the IETF definition of the IPv4 Type of Service (ToS) octet in the IP packet-header by using the Differentiated Services Code.
  • Page 8 • Point (DSCP) field(6 bits) classifies packets into any of the 64 possible classes. Addendum to the 30 24, 3048 , and 5 012 Us er ’s Guides...
  • Page 9 SNMP Host Authorization Table: If the host authorization is disabled, which is the default setting, the switch allows any SNMP manager to access the switch. If the host authorization is enabled, the administrator can specify up to 16 SNMP managers on the host table to access the switch. Addendum to the 30 24, 3048 , and 5012 User ’s Guides...
  • Page 10 Addendum to the 30 24, 3048 , and 5 012 Us er ’s Guides...
  • Page 11 Statistics/Counter Reset: Reset — Allows you to reset all statistics counters. • Statistics/Utilization Summary — Allows you to view a summary by port of the link status, percent utilization, ratio of incoming unicast, nonunicast, and error packets. Addendum to the 30 24, 3048 , and 5012 User ’s Guides...
  • Page 12 • Refresh — Allows you to refresh the Utilization Summary page. • Statistics/Counter Summary — Allows you to view all ports accumulated, transmitted, and received unicast, nonunicast and error packets. • Refresh — Allows you to refresh the Counter Summary page. Addendum to the 30 24, 3048 , and 5 012 Us er ’s Guides...
  • Page 13 Addendum to the 30 24, 3048 , and 5012 User ’s Guides...
  • Page 14: Configuration File Management

    Configuration File Management: • To save the switch’s current configuration file to a server, supply the TFTP server IP address and configuration filename, and then select Transfer Configuration File to Server. To load a configuration file from a server, supply the TPTP server IP address and configuration filename, and then select Transfer Configuration File from Server.
  • Page 15 Addendum to the 30 24, 3048 , and 5012 User ’s Guides...
  • Page 16 Addendum to the 30 24, 3048 , and 5 012 Us er ’s Guides...
  • Page 18 Printed in China. 09X417A00 P/N 9X417 Rev. A00 w w w . d e l l . c o m | s u p p o r t . d e l l . c o m...

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