Dell PowerEdge M420 Configuration Manual

Dell powerconnect m8024-k user's configuration guide
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Dell PowerConnect
M6220, M6348, M8024, and
M8024-k Switch
User's Configuration
Guide
Regulatory Models: PCM6220, PCM6348,
PCM8024, and PCM8024-k

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  • Page 1 Dell PowerConnect M6220, M6348, M8024, and M8024-k Switch User’s Configuration Guide Regulatory Models: PCM6220, PCM6348, PCM8024, and PCM8024-k...
  • Page 2: Notes And Cautions

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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ..... . . About This Document ....Audience .
  • Page 4 Stacking Features (PCM6220 and PCM6348 Only) ..High Port Count ....Single IP Management ....Automatic Firmware Upgrade for New Stack Members .
  • Page 5 Switching Features ....Flow Control Support (IEEE 802.3x) ..Head of Line Blocking Prevention .
  • Page 6 Rapid Spanning Tree ....Multiple Spanning Tree ....Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) Guard .
  • Page 7 Priority-based Flow Control (PFC) ..Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) Optimization ....Layer 2 Multicast Features .
  • Page 8 Using Dell OpenManage Switch Administrator ..... About Dell OpenManage Switch Administrator ..Starting the Application ....
  • Page 9 Recalling Commands from the History Buffer . . . Specifying Physical Ports ... . . Default Settings ....Setting the IP Address and Other Basic Network Information .
  • Page 10 Configuring Static Network Information on the OOB Port ....Configuring Static Network Information on the Default VLAN ....Configuring and Viewing Additional Network Information .
  • Page 11 Stack Port Summary ....Stack Port Counters ....Stack Port Diagnostics .
  • Page 12 Default Management Security Values ..Controlling Management Access (Web) ..Access Profile ....Authentication Profiles .
  • Page 13 Configuring HTTP and HTTPS Access ..Configuring DoS Information ... . Management Access Configuration Examples ..Configuring a Management Access List .
  • Page 14 Log File ..... . Remote Log Server ....Email Alert Global Configuration .
  • Page 15 Default General System Information ..Default Port Aggregator Configurations ..Configuring General System Settings (Web) ..System Information ....CLI Banner .
  • Page 16 General System Settings Configuration Examples ......Configuring System and Banner Information . . . Configuring SNTP ....Configuring the Time Manually .
  • Page 17 SNMP Configuration Examples ... . . Configuring SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 ..Configuring SNMPv3 ....13 Managing Images and Files .
  • Page 18 14 Automatically Updating the Image and Configuration ... . Auto Configuration Overview ... . . What Is the DHCP Auto Configuration Process? .
  • Page 19 sFlow Sampler Configuration ... . sFlow Poll Configuration ....Interface Statistics ....Etherlike Statistics .
  • Page 20 ....How Does iSCSI Optimization Interact With Dell EqualLogic Arrays? ... What Occurs When iSCSI is Enabled or Disabled? .
  • Page 21 Default Captive Portal Behavior and Settings ..Configuring the Captive Portal (Web) ..Captive Portal Global Configuration ..Captive Portal Configuration .
  • Page 22 Default Port Values ....Configuring Port Characteristics (Web) ..Port Configuration ....Link Dependency Configuration .
  • Page 23 Port Access Control Configuration ..Port Access Control History Log Summary ..Port Security ....Internal Authentication Server Users Configuration .
  • Page 24 What Are the ACL Limitations? ..How Are ACLs Configured? ... . Configuring ACLs (Web) ....IP ACL Configuration .
  • Page 25 ....VLAN Configuration Examples ... . . Configuring VLANs Using Dell OpenManage Administrator ... .
  • Page 26 22 Configuring the Spanning Tree Protocol ......STP Overview ..... What Are Classic STP, Multiple STP, and Rapid STP? .
  • Page 27 What is LLDP? ....What is LLDP-MED? ....Why are Device Discovery Protocols Needed? .
  • Page 28 24 Configuring Port-Based Traffic Control ......Port-Based Traffic Control Overview ..What is Flow Control? .
  • Page 29 25 Configuring L2 Multicast Features ..L2 Multicast Overview ....What Are the Multicast Bridging Features? ..What Is IP Multicast Traffic? .
  • Page 30 Configuring L2 Multicast Features (CLI) ..Configuring Bridge Multicasting ..Configuring IGMP Snooping ... Configuring IGMP Snooping on VLANs .
  • Page 31 Dot1ag L2 Ping ....Dot1ag L2 Traceroute ....Dot1ag L2 Traceroute Cache .
  • Page 32 IPSG Interface Configuration ... IPSG Binding Configuration ... . IPSG Binding Summary ....DAI Global Configuration .
  • Page 33 Configuring Link Aggregation (Web) ..LAG Configuration ....LACP Parameters ....LAG Membership .
  • Page 34 30 Configuring Routing Interfaces ..Routing Interface Overview ....What Are VLAN Routing Interfaces? ..What Are Loopback Interfaces? .
  • Page 35 Configuring the DHCP Server (Web) ... DHCP Server Network Properties ..Address Pool ....Address Pool Options .
  • Page 36 Route Entry Configuration ... . . Configured Routes ....Route Preferences Configuration ..Configuring IP Routing Features (CLI) .
  • Page 37 Configuring L2 and L3 Relay Features (CLI) ..Configuring L2 DHCP Relay ... . . Configuring L3 Relay (IP Helper) Settings ..Relay Agent Configuration Example .
  • Page 38 Configuring OSPFv3 Features (Web) ..OSPFv3 Configuration ....OSPFv3 Area Configuration ... . OSPFv3 Stub Area Summary .
  • Page 39 OSPF Configuration Examples 1003 ... . . Configuring an OSPF Border Router and Setting Interface Costs 1003 ....Configuring Stub and NSSA Areas for OSPF and OSPFv3 1005...
  • Page 40 36 Configuring VRRP 1033 ....VRRP Overview 1033 ..... How Does VRRP Work? 1033 .
  • Page 41 Configuring IPv6 Routing Features (Web) 1061 ..Global Configuration 1061 ....Interface Configuration 1062 ....Interface Summary 1063 .
  • Page 42 DHCPv6 Pool Summary 1084 ....DHCPv6 Interface Configuration 1085 ..DHCPv6 Server Bindings Summary 1087 ..DHCPv6 Statistics 1088 .
  • Page 43 Class Criteria 1102 ....Policy Configuration 1104 ....Policy Class Definition 1106 .
  • Page 44 Interface Queue Configuration 1134 ..Interface Queue Drop Precedence Configuration 1135 ....Configuring CoS (CLI) 1137 .
  • Page 45 What Is IGMP? 1153 ....What Is MLD? 1154 ....What Is PIM? 1155 .
  • Page 46 MLD Routing Interface Source List Information 1182 ....MLD Traffic 1183 ....MLD Proxy Configuration 1184 .
  • Page 47 Configuring and Viewing MLD Proxy 1214 ..Configuring and Viewing PIM-DM for IPv4 Multicast Routing 1215 ....Configuring and Viewing PIM-DM for IPv6 Multicast Routing 1216 .
  • Page 48 Contents...
  • Page 49: Introduction

    Introduction The Dell PowerConnect M6220, M6348, M8024, and M8024-k switches are Layer 3, blade switches that operate in the Dell PowerEdge M1000e system. The M1000e system can support up to 16 server blades and six PowerConnect M6220, M6348, M8024, and M8024-k blade switches.
  • Page 50: About This Document

    About This Document This guide describes how to configure, monitor, and maintain a Dell PowerConnect M6220, M6348, M8024, and M8024-k switch by using Web- based Dell OpenManage Switch Administrator utility or the command-line interface (CLI). Audience This guide is for network administrators in charge of managing one or more PowerConnect M6220, M6348, M8024, and M8024-k switches.
  • Page 51: Additional Documentation

    Additional Documentation The following documents for the PowerConnect M6220, M6348, M8024, and M8024-k switches are available at support.dell.com/manuals: Getting Started Guide— provides information about the switch models in • the series, including front and back panel features. It also describes the installation and initial configuration procedures.
  • Page 52 Introduction...
  • Page 53: Switch Features

    Switch Features This section describes the switch user-configurable software features. NOTE: Before proceeding, read the release notes for this product. The release notes are part of the firmware download. The topics covered in this section include: • System Management • Link Aggregation Features Features &...
  • Page 54: System Management Features

    Multiple Management Options You can use any of the following methods to manage the switch: • Use a Web browser to access the Dell OpenManage Switch Administrator interface. The switch contains an embedded Web server that serves HTML pages. •...
  • Page 55: Port Aggregator

    Port Aggregator The Port Aggregator feature minimizes the administration required for managing the PowerConnect M6220/M6348/M8024/M8024-k switch. When the switch is operating in simple mode, the administrator can map internal ports to external ports without having to know anything about STP, VLANs, Link Aggregation or other L2/L3 protocols.
  • Page 56: Integrated Dhcp Server

    Integrated DHCP Server PowerConnect M6220, M6348, M8024, and M8024-k switches include an integrated DHCP server that can deliver host-specific configuration information to hosts on the network. The switch DHCP server allows you to configure IP address pools (scopes), and when a host’s DHCP client requests an address, the switch DHCP server automatically assigns the host an address from the pool.
  • Page 57: File Management

    File Management You can upload and download files such as configuration files and system images by using HTTP (web only), TFTP , Secure FTP (SFTP), or Secure Copy (SCP). Configuration file uploads from the switch to a server are a good way to back up the switch configuration.
  • Page 58: Sflow

    sFlow sFlow is the standard for monitoring high-speed switched and routed networks. sFlow technology is built into network equipment and gives complete visibility into network activity, enabling effective management and control of network resources. The PowerConnect M6220, M6348, M8024, and M8024-k switches support sFlow version 5. For information about configuring managing sFlow settings, see "Monitoring Switch Traffic"...
  • Page 59: Stacking Features (Pcm6220 And Pcm6348 Only)

    Stacking Features (PCM6220 and PCM6348 Only) NOTE: PowerConnect M6220 switches can be stacked only with other PowerConnect M6220 switches. PCM6220 and PCM6348 switches cannot be combined within the same stack. For information about creating and maintaining a stack of switches, see "Managing a Switch Stack"...
  • Page 60: Master Failover With Transparent Transition

    Master Failover with Transparent Transition Standby The stacking feature supports a or backup unit that assumes the Master unit role if the Master unit in the stack fails. As soon as a Master failure is detected in the stack, the Standby unit initializes the control plane and enables all other stack units with the current configuration.
  • Page 61: Password-Protected Management Access

    Password-Protected Managem