Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Table Management
You can create static ARP entries and manage many settings for the dynamic
ARP table, such as age time for entries, retries, and cache size.
For information about managing the ARP table, see "Configuring IP Routing"
on page 895.
PowerConnect M6220, M6348, M8024, and M8024-k switches support VLAN
routing. You can also configure the software to allow traffic on a VLAN to be
treated as if the VLAN were a router port.
For information about configuring VLAN routing interfaces, see "Configuring
Routing Interfaces" on page 855.
The switch IP configuration settings to allow you to configure network
information for VLAN routing interfaces such as IP address and subnet mask,
MTU size, and ICMP redirects. Global IP configuration settings for the
switch allow you to enable or disable the generation of several types of ICMP
messages and enable or disable the routing mode.
For information about managing global IP settings, see "Configuring IP
Routing" on page 895.
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a dynamic routing protocol commonly
used within medium-to-large enterprise networks. OSPF is an interior
gateway protocol (IGP) that operates within a single autonomous system.
For information about configuring OSPF, see "Configuring OSPF and
OSPFv3" on page 943.