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  • Page 1

    User’s Guide Introduction P3NK-4452-01ENZ0        Series        Series User's Guide...

  • Page 2: Preface

    XG Series User's Guide Preface You have purchased the XG series, a compact, layer 2 switch that achieves unsurpassed standards of high throughput and low-latency performance. This guide describes the XG series (XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600) functions, installation procedures, configuration opera- tions, and maintenance procedures and should be read and understood before you start using your XG series.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents Contents Preface ................................2 Organization and Usage of This Manual ......................16 Target Readers and Required Knowledge ....................... 16 Areas Covered ................................16 Trademark Notification in This Manual ........................17 How the Manuals for This Device Are Organized ....................18 End User's License Agreement .........................19 Chapter 1 Features and Functions.................

  • Page 4

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration........... 59 Basic Switch Functions ..........................61 4.1.1 Switching Mode (XG2600) ........................61 4.1.2 MAC Address Table Management ......................62 4.1.3 Jumbo Frame Support ..........................63 4.1.4 Flow Control ............................63 4.1.5 Storm Control ............................

  • Page 5

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents 5.1.1.15 ether recovery limit ........................ 105 5.1.1.16 ether downrelay port ......................106 5.1.1.17 ether downrelay recovery mode ..................... 107 5.1.1.18 ether downrelay recovery cause ..................... 108 5.1.1.19 ether description ........................109 5.1.1.20 linkaggregation algorithm ...................... 110 5.1.1.21 linkaggregation mode ......................

  • Page 6

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents VLAN Information Settings ........................154 5.3.1 VLAN Common Information ......................... 154 5.3.1.1 vlan name ..........................154 5.3.1.2 vlan protocol .......................... 155 5.3.1.3 vlan forward ........................... 158 5.3.1.4 vlan description ........................159 5.3.2 IGMP Snooping Information ......................... 160 5.3.2.1 vlan igmpsnoop router ......................

  • Page 7

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents 5.5.6 Management LAN port IPv6 Related Information ................211 5.5.6.1 oob ip6 use ..........................211 5.5.6.2 oob ip6 ifid ..........................211 5.5.6.3 oob ip6 address ........................212 5.5.6.4 oob ip6 ra mode ........................212 5.5.6.5 oob ip6 route ..........................

  • Page 8

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents 5.13 AAA Information Settings ........................242 5.13.1 Group ID Information ..........................243 5.13.1.1 aaa name ..........................243 5.13.2 AAA User Information .......................... 244 5.13.2.1 aaa user id ..........................244 5.13.2.2 aaa user password ........................245 5.13.2.3 aaa user user-role ........................246 5.13.3 RADIUS Information Settings .......................

  • Page 9

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents 5.15.2 System Log Information ........................280 5.15.2.1 syslog server address ......................280 5.15.2.2 syslog server pri ........................281 5.15.2.3 syslog pri ..........................282 5.15.2.4 syslog facility ......................... 282 5.15.2.5 syslog security ........................283 5.15.2.6 syslog dupcut .......................... 283 5.15.2.7 syslog command-logging .......................

  • Page 10

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents 5.15.8.24 serverinfo ssh filter default ....................314 5.15.8.25 serverinfo http ........................315 5.15.8.26 serverinfo http ip6 ........................315 5.15.8.27 serverinfo http filter ....................... 316 5.15.8.28 serverinfo http filter move ...................... 317 5.15.8.29 serverinfo http filter default ....................317 5.15.8.30 serverinfo dns .........................

  • Page 11

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents 5.17.4 Command Alias ............................349 5.17.4.1 alias ............................349 5.17.4.2 show alias ..........................350 5.17.4.3 clear alias ..........................350 5.17.5 Command Output ........................... 351 5.17.5.1 more ............................351 5.17.5.2 tail ............................352 5.18 System Operations and Display Commands ..................353 5.18.1 System Operations and Display Commands ..................

  • Page 12

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents 5.21 USB connection Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands ..415 5.21.1 USB connection Counter, Log, and Statistics Clear Commands ............415 5.21.1.1 show usb hcd status ........................ 415 5.21.1.2 show usb storage status ......................416 5.22 LACP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands ......419 5.22.1 LACP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands ............

  • Page 13

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents 5.29 LLDP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands ......480 5.29.1 LLDP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands ............480 5.29.1.1 show lldp ..........................480 5.29.1.2 show lldp summary ........................ 486 5.29.1.3 show lldp neighbors .......................

  • Page 14

    XG Series User’s Guide Contents 5.39 Ethernet L3 Monitor Function Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands ................520 5.39.1 Ethernet L3 Monitor Function Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands ..... 520 5.39.1.1 show icmpwatch ........................520 5.39.1.2 show icmpwatch statistics ......................

  • Page 15

    To Return to the Initial Shipment Settings (Initializing Switch Configuration) ........579 Appendix A SNMP Traps ..................581 Trap List ................................. 581 Appendix B List of MIBs..................582 Standard MIB Definitions ............................582 Fujitsu Extension MIB ............................599 IEEE802.1MIB ..............................601 Index........................... 608...

  • Page 16: Organization And Usage Of This Manual

    XG Series User's Guide Organization and Usage of This Manual This section describes target readers, contents, notations, etc. of this guide. Target Readers and Required Knowledge This guide was written for administrators, who are in charge of network construction, maintenance, and management.

  • Page 17: Trademark Notification In This Manual

    XG Series User's Guide Trademark Notification in This Manual Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server and Windows Vista are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. Adobe and Reader are trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the USA and other coun- tries.

  • Page 18: How The Manuals For This Device Are Organized

    XG Series User's Guide How the Manuals for This Device Are Organized The following are XG series related manuals. Use these manuals as necessary. Manual Name Description Safety and Installation Guide This manual describes the safety and installation. Hardware Guide Describes the hardware of the XG.

  • Page 19: End User's License Agreement

    XG Series User's Guide End User's License Agreement @(#)COPYRIGHT 8.2 (Berkeley) 3/21/94 All of the documentation and software included in the 4.4BSD and 4.4BSD-Lite Releases is copyrighted by The Regents of the University of California. Copyright 1979, 1980, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

  • Page 20

    XG Series User's Guide The views and conclusions contained in the software and documentation are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing official policies, either expressed or implied, of the Regents of the University of California.

  • Page 21

    XG Series User's Guide 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgement:"This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)" The word 'cryptographic' can be left out if the rouines from the library being used are not cryptographic related:-).

  • Page 22: Chapter 1 Features And Functions

    Chapter 1 Features and Functions This chapter describes the features and functions of the device. Hardware Specifications ............23 1.1.1 Switch Specifications .

  • Page 23: Hardware Specifications

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions Hardware Specifications This section explains the Hardware specifications for the device. 1.1.1 Switch Specifications : supported, –: Not supported item specification model name XG0224 XG0448 XG2600 Interface Console Port specifications RS232C...

  • Page 24

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions item specification model name XG0224 XG0448 XG2600 Power Voltage/Frequencys AC100V-240V (50/60Hz) Power code for 3-pin socket (grounded) (125V13A) AC:for 3-pin socket (grounded) (125V13A) Power cable length (m) Maximum power consumption (W) 133.1...

  • Page 25: Option

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions 1.1.2 Option CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT SFP Module XG0224 / XG0448 Available Model 100BASE-FX 1000BASE-BX-D  1000BASE-SX 1000BASE-BX-U 1000BASE-LX 1000BASE-ZX item specification Vendor PN HFBR-5710L FTLF8519P2BNL HFCT-5710L SCP6P44-F7-BMH Vendor Name AGILENT AGILENT FINISAR SUMITOMO ELECTRIC TECHNOLOGIES...

  • Page 26: Sfp+ Module

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions Applicable to XG0224 only. Cable length (maximum) is under the condition that the stressed receiver sensitivity satisfy the permissible level. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT SFP+ Module XG0448 / XG2600 Available Model 10GBASE-SR / LR item specification Vendor PN...

  • Page 27: Sfp+ Expansion Card

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions SFP+ Expansion Card XG0224 / XG0448 Available Model item specification Type name SJ10GSFPZ Interface (ETHER) specifications IEEE802.3ae (10GBASE-R Interface) number of ports Baud rate (bps) connector SFP connector CX4 Expansion Card XG0224 / XG0448 Available Model...

  • Page 28: 10/100/1000base-t Port Specifications

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions 1.1.3 10/100/1000BASE-T Port Specifications All models Available Model connector is RJ45 8 pin • XG0224 / XG0448 –: Not supported Signal name (XG0224: 1 to 24 port) (XG0448: 1 to 48 port) Pin numbering 10/100BASE-TX 1000BASE-T...

  • Page 29: Usb Port Specifications

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions 1.1.4 USB Port Specifications XG0448 / XG2600 Available Model Pin numbering Signal name VBUS 1.1.5 Console Port Specifications All models Available Model connector is RJ45 8 pin A straight cable is used. –: Not supported Pin numbering Signal name in / out Content –...

  • Page 30: Software Specifications

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions Software Specifications This section explains the software specifications for the device. 1.2.1 Software Specifications ❍ : Supported, –: Not supported Features Item XG0224 XG0448 XG2600 Store and Store and Forwarding Mode...

  • Page 31

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions Features Item XG0224 XG0448 XG2600 Rewrite the priority ❍ ❍ COS (user priority) (with the use of (with the use of – ACL) ACL) ❍ ❍ ❍ IPv4 TOS (ip precedence)

  • Page 32: Initial Values

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions Features Item XG0224 XG0448 XG2600 Logging System logging ❍ ❍ ❍ Error logging ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ Automated time adjustment Scheduling ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ Compact flash – –...

  • Page 33

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions Features Item XG0224 XG0448 XG2600 IP interface oob Interface (Management lan0 Interface:enable IPv6, enable LLMNR port):enable IPv6, enable LLMNR RADIUS client Disabled Password information User name admin Password None ACL information...

  • Page 34: System Maximum Values

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions 1.2.3 System Maximum Values –: Not supported Features Item XG0224 XG0448 XG2600 Bridge information # of blocks registered (*1) 16000 32000 16000 # of static blocks registered VLAN definition # of VLANs (*2)

  • Page 35

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions Features Item XG0224 XG0448 XG2600 # of ARPs registered 8000 static – # of IPv4 interfaces 100 (*10) # of IPv6 interfaces 100 (*10) RA information (IPv6) # of interface receiving RA...

  • Page 36

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 1 Features and Functions *3) First, the maximum number of neighbor LLDP device information is 15 times of the number of total ports including 1G and 10G. (XG0224: 390, XG0448: 780, XG2600: 390) Second, each port including 1G and 10G must have at least one LLDP information. (XG0224: 26, XG0448: 52, XG2600: 26) The remaining number of neighbor LLDP device information can be distributed to any ports.

  • Page 37: Chapter 2 Using The Cli

    Chapter 2 Using the CLI This chapter describes how to use the command line interface (CLI) to operate the device. Overview of the CLI..............38 2.1.1 Operating Environment for the CLI .

  • Page 38: Overview Of The Cli

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI Overview of the CLI This section describes how to use the command line interface (CLI) for the XG Series. 2.1.1 Operating Environment for the CLI There are two ways to access the device to run commands.

  • Page 39: Command Modes And Mode Switching

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI for the device as below. XG2600(config)# ether 1 vlan untag 1 XG2600(config)# lan 0 vlan 1 XG2600(config)# lan 0 ip 192.168.1.1/24 3 XG2600(config)# commit XG2600(config)# save A VT100, VT200, or xterm can be used as a terminal.

  • Page 40: Login To The Device

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI Login to the device When you connect to the device via a console port, telnet, or ssh connection (*1), a login prompt like the following one appears: Login: Enter user name (*1) Password: Enter password.

  • Page 41

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI Privilege classes (admin class and user class) Two privilege classes are available; admin class (login as admin) and user class (login as user). • admin class All commands can be run.

  • Page 42: Executable Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI 2.1.2.2 Executable commands Command execution is restricted according to the following conditions: • Command type • Privilege class • Use mode " Privilege classes (admin class and user class)" (pg.41), Reference "...

  • Page 43: Using The Cli

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI Using the CLI 2.2.1 Using the Shell Function The shell function supports the following features in order to assist command entry: • Command execution function • Entry editing function • Command name autocomplete function •...

  • Page 44: Command Name Autocomplete Function

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI 2.2.1.3 Command name autocomplete function The command name autocomplete function allows you to display a list of command names without entering anything by pressing the TAB key or CTRL + I. In addition, if you press the TAB key or CTRL + I after entering part of a command, the command string will be automatically completed.

  • Page 45

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI Number of times the TAB Operation key or CTRL + I are hit Three times Command forms are displayed. In operation mode, simplified command forms are displayed. In configuration mode, when the configuration hierarchy function is disabled, simplified command forms are displayed.

  • Page 46: Command Argument Autocomplete Function

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI 2.2.1.4 Command argument autocomplete function While entering configuration command arguments, the command argument autocomplete function allows you to display a list of arguments and candidate arguments without entering anything by pressing the TAB key or CTRL + I. In addition, if you press the TAB key or CTRL + I after entering part of an argument, the remaining character string will be automatically completed.

  • Page 47: Configuration Hierarchy Function

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI 2.2.1.7 Configuration hierarchy function The configuration hierarchy function interprets common portions of executed configuration command names and arguments as a hierarchy level, and allows you to move between hierarchy levels. When you execute a configuration command and the command completes successfully, in general the portion from the command name to the argument two arguments before an argument specifying a variable value becomes a hierarchy level.

  • Page 48: Time Of Command Execution Display Function

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI • To disable the configuration hierarchy function: Press CTRL + G. The following message is displayed and the configuration hierarchy function is disabled. Information which has been partially entered will be discarded.

  • Page 49: Re-executing Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI Re-executing commands You can enter a history specifier at the beginning of the command string to re-execute the command. The command will be executed after the command string for re-execution is displayed. In addition, command history and history numbers can be viewed with the history command.

  • Page 50: Replacing The Last Command String

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI Replacing the last command string By entering a replacement specifier (^), replacement target string, and replacement string at the beginning of a command string, you can re-execute the last command with the specified string replaced with a new string.

  • Page 51: Replacing Command Strings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI Replacing command strings By entering a single-replacement specifier (:s) or all-replacement specifier (:gs) following a history specifier and replacement specifier, you can replace the target string and re-execute the command string.

  • Page 52: List Of Shell Key Bindings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI 2.2.1.10 List of shell key bindings The following table shows the key bindings for using the shell. Key combination Single Operation (note) Ctrl+A Moves the cursor to the top. ← (Note) Ctrl+B Moves the cursor to the left by one character.

  • Page 53: Error Messages Common To All Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI 2.2.2 Error Messages Common to All Commands The table below lists error messages common to all commands and displayed when autocompleting or executing commands. Note that the argument position shown in these error messages indicates the place of the erroneous argument, counted from the command name as "1."...

  • Page 54: Characters That Can Be Entered

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 2 Using the CLI 2.2.3 Characters that can be entered • Any letter (A-Z, a-z) and digit (0-9) • Space (ASCII code: 0x20) • Symbols: !, #, $, %, `, ', (, ), _, -, ~, ^, \, {, }, :, +, ,, ., @, =, [, ], &, *, ;, /, ?, |, >...

  • Page 55: Chapter 3 Installation

    Chapter 3 Installation This chapter describes the installation procedures for the device. Refer to "chapter 2 Using the CLI" (pg.37) for details on using the CLI. Reference Refer to "chapter 5 Command Reference" (pg.85) for details on commands. Workflow for Initial Setup of the Device ..........56 3.1.1 Configure LAN Interface .

  • Page 56: Workflow For Initial Setup Of The Device

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 3 Installation Workflow for Initial Setup of the Device This section describes the procedures to setup the device. 1) Prepare a terminal Prepare a terminal for the initial configuration. 2) "Besic Setting Up" Connect the device and terminal with an RS232C cable. The band rate setting is 9,600 bps.

  • Page 57: Configure Lan Interface

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 3 Installation 3.1.1 Configure LAN Interface The initial setting of the LAN interface is for only IPv6 link-local address. To use the following functions, configure the LAN interface. • Telnet connection • SNMP manager connection •...

  • Page 58: Snmp Configuration (optional)

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 3 Installation 3.1.3 SNMP Configuration (Optional) To operate in conjunction with an SNMP manager, the SNMP agent must be configured. To configure the SNMP agent, carry out the following procedures in "admin" Operation mode. Command...

  • Page 59: Chapter 4 Switch Functions And Their Configuration

    Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration This chapter describes the functions of the device and how to configure them. Refer to "2.1.1 Operating Environment for the CLI" (pg.38) for details on using the CLI. Reference Refer to "chapter 5 Command Reference" (pg.85) for details on commands.

  • Page 60

    IGMP Snooping ..............77 4.8.1 Registering Group Members .

  • Page 61: Basic Switch Functions

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration Basic Switch Functions This section describes the basic switch functions. 4.1.1 Switching Mode (XG2600) XG2600 provides the following two switching modes. XG0224 and XG0448 provide store-and-forward switching modes only.

  • Page 62: Mac Address Table Management

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.1.2 MAC Address Table Management The MAC address table is a database used for managing the association between address information and destination ports. XG0224 and XG2600 can learn up to 16000 entries of MAC addresses.

  • Page 63: Jumbo Frame Support

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.1.3 Jumbo Frame Support The device can transmit jumbo frames of up to 9KB (9216 bytes). (XG0224,XG0448) The device can transmit jumbo frames of up to 16KB (16128 bytes). (XG2600) 4.1.4...

  • Page 64: Egress Rate Control (xg2600 Only)

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration • XG0224/XG0448 Command Task XG0224# configure Switch to Configuration mode. XG0224(config)# ether 1-5 mac storm 20000000 Enable storm control, set threshold 20000000 pps, set "discard" discard close when broadcast traffic exceeds the threshold, set "close" when multicast traffic exceeds the threshold.

  • Page 65: Port Mirroring

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration Port Mirroring It is possible to monitor the traffic by mirroring the frames sent or received by a port to another port. Multiple ports may not be mirrored to one port. However, multiple ports may be mirrored.

  • Page 66: Link Down Relay

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration Link Down Relay Link Down Relay is a function that monitors the status of a specified port link, if a link down detected the device notifies the device force to link down the relay port.

  • Page 67: Link Aggregation

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration Link Aggregation Link aggregation is a function that combines multiple ports into a single logical link. A set of ports that comprise a logical link are called an aggregation group.

  • Page 68: Configuring Link Aggregation

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.4.1 Configuring Link Aggregation Either static or dynamic (also known as LACP) configuration can be selected for Link Aggregation. • Static configuration Configures aggregation groups statically. • LACP Configures link aggregation using Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP). The LACP is a switch-to-switch control protocol that enables dynamic configuration of aggregation groups and is standardized by the IEEE802.3ad.

  • Page 69: Frame Distribution Methods In Link Aggregation

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.4.2 Frame Distribution Methods in Link Aggregation How frames are distributed across physical ports that make up an aggregation group are determined by the contents of a frame (source and destination MAC addresses).

  • Page 70: The Number Of Ports That Require Linkup

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.4.3 The Number of Ports That Require Linkup It is possible to specify the number of ports that enable a linkup state for an aggregation group. If the number of active ports that make up an aggregation group in a linkup state is less than the specified number of ports, the aggregation group changes to a linkdown state.

  • Page 71: Spanning Tree Protocol (stp)

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) The Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) is a function that prevents loops from occurring on a network. It is also possible to provide network redundancy by intentionally creating a loop.

  • Page 72: Port Roles Based On Spanning Tree

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.5.1 Port Roles Based on Spanning Tree RSTP assigns one of these port roles to individual ports: • Root port Provides the best path (lowest cost) when the switch forwards packets to the root switch.

  • Page 73: Configuring Spanning Tree

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.5.3 Configuring Spanning Tree To configure the spanning tree protocol, carry out the following procedure in "admin" Operation mode. Command Task XG2600# configure Switch to Configuration mode. XG2600(config)# stp mode stp Enable Spanning Tree Protocol.

  • Page 74: Vlan

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration VLAN VLAN (Virtual LAN) is a technology that divides a single network into virtually separated networks. VLANs are separate logical networks within one physical network. A VLAN capable switch can change and define new LAN network configurations without changing physical cable connections.

  • Page 75: Tag-based (ieee802.1q) Vlan

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.6.2 Tag-Based (IEEE802.1Q) VLAN Tag-based VLAN is a method of configuring VLANs so that the frame forwarding decision is based on a tag in the MAC header identifying the VLAN membership. 4 bytes of additional data in the header, called a VLAN tag, identifies the VLAN frame ownership.

  • Page 76: Quality Of Service (qos)

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration Quality of Service (QoS) The device provides Quality of Service (QoS) that is based on the IEEE802.1p standard. The device QoS determines the priority of frames at the ingress side using VLAN tag (including priority tag) or a port's default priority.

  • Page 77: Igmp Snooping

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration IGMP Snooping IP multicast is often used to distribute multimedia data, including video and voice, over a network. A layer 2 switch floods multicast frames, absorbing unnecessary network bandwidth. A layer 3 switch that supports Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) manages multicast groups using IGMP packets.

  • Page 78: Registering Group Members

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.8.1 Registering Group Members On receiving an IGMP Report message, the device registers a multicast MAC address to the IGMP snooping control table for the port that received the IGMP Report message and the connecting multicast router port.

  • Page 79: Removing Group Members

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.8.2 Removing Group Members The group members registered by IGMP snooping are removed under the following status. • If after receiving an IGMP Report message for group registration, the group member interval expires before the device receives another IGMP Report message, the switch removes the host from the group member.

  • Page 80: Managing Group Members

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.8.3 Managing Group Members When network congestion causes Leave message loss or there is a host that uses IGMPv1, the multicast router does not receive Leave messages. The multicast router sends out an IGMP General Query message to all hosts (IP address: 224.0.0.1) at intervals (query interval) to determine membership information.

  • Page 81: Igmp Querier

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.8.4 IGMP Querier In a typical network configuration, the multicast router periodically sends out an IGMP General Query message to determine if any of the hosts on the network are members of any multicast groups. Receiving a response from a host ascertains its membership in a multicast group.

  • Page 82: Configuring Igmp Snooping

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration 4.8.5 Configuring IGMP Snooping To configure IGMP snooping, carry out the following procedure in "admin" Operation mode. Command Task XG2600# configure Switch to Configuration mode. XG2600(config)# igmpsnoop use on Enable global IGMP snooping on the device.

  • Page 83: Network Management

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration Network Management 4.9.1 Traffic Statistics The device can display traffic statistics to analyze network operations such as traffic bytes, errors, etc. The following are the Traffic Statistics the device provides.

  • Page 84: Rmon

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 4 Switch Functions and their Configuration Command Task XG2600(config)# snmp user 0 read view 0 Set MIB read permission view for SNMP v3. XG2600(config)# snmp user 0 notify view 0 Set trap notification permission view for SNMP v3.

  • Page 85: Chapter 5 Command Reference

    Chapter 5 Command Reference This chapter explains about Command Reference. Port Information Settings ............89 5.1.1 Ethernet Common Information .

  • Page 86

    IPv4 Related Information ............215 5.6.1 IPv4 Related Information .

  • Page 87

    5.20.2 Ethernet Counter, Log, and Statistics Clear Commands ......414 5.21 USB connection Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands . 415 5.21.1 USB connection Counter, Log, and Statistics Clear Commands .

  • Page 88

    5.38.2 SNMP Statistics Clear Commands..........519 5.39 Ethernet L3 Monitor Function Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands .

  • Page 89: Port Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Port Information Settings This section explains about port information settings. Allowed range of port definition numbers The Ethernet definition serial number (decimal value), which is to be specified in <number> ("ether" port definition number) of the [Option] described in each command of this section, shall be within the range of each model as shown below.

  • Page 90: Ethernet Common Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1 Ethernet Common Information This section explains about the commands related to ethernet common information. 5.1.1.1 forwardingmode Function forwardingmode <mode> Available Model XG2600 Syntax forwardingmode <mode> Options <mode> • store-and-forward store and forward mode is used •...

  • Page 91: Ether Use

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.2 ether use Function Set the port use. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> use <mode> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 92: Ether Media

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.3 ether media Function Sets media type for Ethernet ports. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax ether <number> media <type> Options <number> • Ethernet port number(s) Configure Ethernet port number(s) to be used as base 10 value(s).

  • Page 93: Ether Mode

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.4 ether mode Function Set the link speed. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax ether <number> mode <speed> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value. When setting multiple port numbers, separate them with commas (,).

  • Page 94: Ether Duplex

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.5 ether duplex Function Set the full-duplex or half-duplex link mode. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax ether <number> duplex <duplex> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value. When setting multiple port numbers, separate them with commas (,).

  • Page 95: Ether Mdi

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.6 ether mdi Function Set the MDI. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax ether <number> mdi <mode> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value. When setting multiple port numbers, separate them with commas (,).

  • Page 96: Ether Flowctl

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.7 ether flowctl Function Set the flow control function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> flowctl <send> <receive> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 97: Ether Type

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.8 ether type Function Set a port type. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> type normal ether <number> type mirror <count> <source> <mode> ether <number> type linkaggregation <group>...

  • Page 98

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference <group> • Group number Set a link aggregation group number with a decimal number. Range Model 1 to 13 XG0224 1 to 26 XG0448 1 to 10 XG2600 Set a backup group number with a decimal number.

  • Page 99

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference • The mirror traffic is as follows according to the state of STP/RSTP/MSTP of the source port. When the mirror of two or more sources is possible, traffic corresponding to each state is mirror.

  • Page 100: Ether Vlan Tag

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.9 ether vlan tag Function Set the tagged VLAN. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> vlan tag <tagged_vidlist> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 101: Ether Vlan Untag

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.10 ether vlan untag Function Set the untagged VLAN. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> vlan untag <untagged_vidlist> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 102: Ether Egress Permission

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.11 ether egress permission Function Set the forwarding permission port list information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> egress permission <portlist> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 103: Ether Loopdetect Frame

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.13 ether loopdetect frame Function Enable the Loop Detection Frame sender. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> loopdetect frame <target> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 104: Ether Startup

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.14 ether startup Function Set the offline status when it is started up. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> startup <mode> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 105: Ether Recovery Limit

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.15 ether recovery limit Function Set the upper limit number of linkdown times. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> recovery limit <limit> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 106: Ether Downrelay Port

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.16 ether downrelay port Function Set the linked port list information about the Linkdown Relay function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> downrelay port <portlist> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 107: Ether Downrelay Recovery Mode

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.17 ether downrelay recovery mode Function Set offline state release operation on the Linkdown Relay function of the Ethernet port. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> downrelay recovery mode <mode>...

  • Page 108: Ether Downrelay Recovery Cause

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.18 ether downrelay recovery cause Function Set the target parameters for releasing the offline state on the Linkdown Relay function of the Ethernet port. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number>...

  • Page 109: Ether Description

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.19 ether description Function Define the text description for a ether port Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> description <description> Options <number> • The Ethernet port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 110: Linkaggregation Algorithm

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.20 linkaggregation algorithm Function Set the load distribution algorithm of link aggregation. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax linkaggregation <group> algorithm <type> Options <group> • Link aggregation group number Set a link aggregation group number with a decimal number.

  • Page 111: Linkaggregation Mode

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.21 linkaggregation mode Function Set the link aggregation operation mode. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax linkaggregation <group> mode <la_mode> Options <group> • Link aggregation group number Set a link aggregation group number with a decimal number.

  • Page 112: Linkaggregation Type

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.22 linkaggregation type Function Set a link aggregation type. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax linkaggregation <group> type normal linkaggregation <group> type backup <backup_group> <priority> Options <group> • Link aggregation group number Set a link aggregation group number with a decimal number.

  • Page 113: Linkaggregation Collecting Minimum

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference • If definition conditions such as described above are contradictory, the relevant ports are not linked up for use. Change the settings referring to the system log message. Default It is assumed that the normal link aggregation has been specified.

  • Page 114: Linkaggregation Icmpwatch Address

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.24 linkaggregation icmpwatch address Function Set the destination address for "ether" L3 monitoring of link aggregation. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax linkaggregation <group> icmpwatch address <dst_addr> Options <group> • Link aggregation group number Set a link aggregation group number with a decimal number.

  • Page 115: Linkaggregation Icmpwatch Interval

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.25 linkaggregation icmpwatch interval Function Set various types of "ether" L3 monitoring intervals for link aggregation. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax linkaggregation <group> icmpwatch interval <interval> <timeout> [<retry>] Options <group>...

  • Page 116: Linkaggregation Downrelay Port

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.26 linkaggregation downrelay port Function Set the linked port list information about the linkaggregation Linkdown Relay function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax linkaggregation <group> downrelay port <portlist> Options <group>...

  • Page 117: Linkaggregation Downrelay Recovery Mode

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.27 linkaggregation downrelay recovery mode Function Set offline state release operation on the Linkdown Relay function of linkaggregation. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax linkaggregation <group> downrelay recovery mode <mode>...

  • Page 118: Linkaggregation Downrelay Recovery Cause

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Default It is assumed that "manual" was specified for releasing the offline state operation of the linked port list. linkaggregation <group> downrelay recovery mode manual 5.1.1.28 linkaggregation downrelay recovery cause Function Set the target parameters for offline state release in the Linkdown Relay function of the linkaggregation.

  • Page 119: Linkaggregation Description

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.29 linkaggregation description Function Define the text description for a link aggregation group. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax linkaggregation <group> description <description> Options <group> • Link aggregation group number Set a link aggregation group number with a decimal number.

  • Page 120: Backup Mode

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.30 backup mode Function Set the backup port selection method. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax backup <group> mode <mode> Options <group> • Backup group number Set a backup group number with a decimal number.

  • Page 121: Backup Standby

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.1.31 backup standby Function Set the standby status of backup ports. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax backup <group> standby <mode> Options <group> • Backup group number Set a backup group number with a decimal number.

  • Page 122: Mac Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.2 MAC Information This section explains about the commands related to MAC information. 5.1.2.1 ether mac storm Function Set the broadcast and multicast storm control information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600...

  • Page 123

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference <broadcast> <multicast> Set the operation that occurs if the traffic exceeds the threshold. • off The guard function is disabled. • discard Discard the packets that exceed the threshold. • close Close the port (offline).

  • Page 124: Stp Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.3 STP Information This section explains about the commands related to STP information. 5.1.3.1 ether stp use Function Set the STP availability. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> stp use <mode>...

  • Page 125: Ether Stp Domain Cost

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.3.2 ether stp domain cost Function Set the path cost. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> stp domain <instance-id> cost {auto|<path_cost>} Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 126: Ether Stp Domain Priority

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.3.3 ether stp domain priority Function Set the priority. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> stp domain <instance-id> priority <priority> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 127: Ether Stp Force-version

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.3.4 ether stp force-version Function Set the STP Force Protocol Version. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> stp force-version <version> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 128: Lldp Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.4 LLDP Information This section explains about the commands related to LLDP Information. 5.1.4.1 ether lldp mode Function Set LLDP function Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> lldp mode <mode>...

  • Page 129: Ether Lldp Info

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.4.2 ether lldp info Function Set LLDP information which is sent Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> lldp info port-description <mode> ether <number> lldp info system-name <mode> ether <number> lldp info system-description <mode>...

  • Page 130

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference • LLDP Information Name Specify LLDP Information Name (TLV of 802.1AB) port-description : Port Description Information (Port Description TLV) system-name : System Name Information (System Name TLV) system-description : Sysrem description Information (System Description TLV)

  • Page 131: Ether Lldp Vlan

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.4.3 ether lldp vlan Function Set VLAN for sending LLDP information Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> ldp vlan <vlanidlist> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 132: Filter Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.5 Filter Information This section explains about the commands related to filter information. 5.1.5.1 ether macfilter Function Set the MAC filter. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> macfilter <count> <action> <acl>...

  • Page 133

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference [XG2600] Note 3. "acl mac llc" definitions can not filter llc frames with the VLAN tag. Note 4. This command is unavailable if the allowable upper limit for the device is exceeded.

  • Page 134

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The number of masks that each command use depends on applied ACL. When Multiple ACL are applied, the number of masks amount to sum total, and depends on ACLs the number of masks amount to less than sum total.

  • Page 135

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The following commands spend 1 action for each. If same <tos_value> is used, the commands use 1 action for them. If same <dscp_value> is used, the commands use 1 action for them.

  • Page 136: Ether Macfilter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference You can expand the upper limit to use "resource filter distribution" command and change resource distribution. Note 4. Up to 700 commands can be set for the entire device, including the definitions which It is assumed that this option has not been set.refer to ACL such as...

  • Page 137: Qos Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.6 QoS Information This section explains about the commands related to QoS information. 5.1.6.1 ether qos aclmap Function Set the Quality of Service (QoS) conversion. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number>...

  • Page 138

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference <value> • Replacing value If "cos" is selected in <action>: - <cos_value> Set the replaced "cos" value with a decimal value from 0 to 7. - tos Replace the "cos" value with the "ip precedence" value in the packet.

  • Page 139

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Note 4. This command is unavailable if the allowable upper limit for the device is exceeded. The allowable upper limits are as follows. • Upper limit based on "commands" 64 commands for the entire device.

  • Page 140

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The following is the number of masks for ACL.. number of masks "acl mac" define LSAP of llc not define LSAP of llc "acl vlan" not define src IP address not define tos/dscp value...

  • Page 141

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The following commands spend 1 action for each. If same <tos_value> is used, the commands use 1 action for them. If same <dscp_value> is used, the commands use 1 action for them.

  • Page 142: Ether Qos Aclmap Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference - For ACL not to set TCP, UDP, or ICMP You can expand the upper limit to use "resource filter distribution" command and change resource distribution. Note 4. Up to 700 commands can be set for the entire device, including the definitions which refer to ACL such as "ether...

  • Page 143: Ether Qos Priority

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.6.3 ether qos priority Function Set the priority. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> qos priority <queue_priority> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 144: Ether Qos Mode

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.6.4 ether qos mode Function Set the QoS sending algorithm. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> qos mode <mode> [ <q0> <q1> <q2> <q3> <q4> <q5> <q6> <q7>] Options <number>...

  • Page 145: Ether Qos Prioritymap

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.6.5 ether qos prioritymap Function Assign the priority to the queue Available Model XG2600 Syntax ether <number> qos prioritymap <priority> <queue> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 146: Lacp Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.7 LACP Information This section explains about the commands related to LACP information. 5.1.7.1 ether lacp port-priority Function Set the LACP port priority. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> lacp port-priority <priority>...

  • Page 147: Ether L3 Monitor Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.8 ether L3 Monitor Information This section explains about the commands related to ether L3 monitor information. 5.1.8.1 ether icmpwatch address Function Set the destination address for Ethernet L3 monitoring. Available Model...

  • Page 148: Ether Icmpwatch Interval

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.8.2 ether icmpwatch interval Function Set various types of "ether" L3 monitoring intervals. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> icmpwatch interval <interval> <timeout> [<retry>] Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 149: Ether Snmp Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.9 ether SNMP Information This section explains about the commands related to ether SNMP Information. 5.1.9.1 ether snmp trap linkdown Function Enable/disable a linkdown trap for a specified ether port. Available Model...

  • Page 150: Ether Snmp Trap Linkup

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.9.2 ether snmp trap linkup Function Enable/disable a linkup trap for a specified ether port. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ether <number> snmp trap linkup <mode> Options <number> • ether port number Set a port number to use with a decimal value.

  • Page 151: Ether Output Rate Control Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.1.10 ether output rate control information This section explains about the commands related to ether output rate control information. 5.1.10.1 ether ratecontrol Function Set output rate limit of ether port Available Model...

  • Page 152: Lacp Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference LACP Information Settings This section explains about LACP information settings. 5.2.1 LACP Information This section explains about the commands related to LACP information. 5.2.1.1 lacp system-priority Function Set the LACP system priority.

  • Page 153: Lacp Bpdu

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.2.1.2 lacp bpdu Function Set the BPDU forwarding mode of the LACP. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lacp bpdu <mode> Options <mode> • on Specify the BPDU forwarding mode.

  • Page 154: Vlan Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference VLAN Information Settings This section explains about VLAN information settings. VLAN ID allowed range The VLAN ID, which is to be specified in <vid> of [Options] described in each command of this section, shall be within the range specified as shown below.

  • Page 155: Vlan Protocol

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.1.2 vlan protocol Function Set the protocol VLAN. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax vlan <vid> protocol <protocol-type> vlan <vid> protocol <count> <frame-type> <ether-type> Options <vid> • VLAN ID Specify a decimal VLAN ID from 2 to 4094.

  • Page 156

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference <ether-type> Specify the Ethertype or LLC value if the protocol is defined by the user. • Specify the Ethertype value for Ethernet II format or IEEE 802.3 SNAP format frames, or specify an LLC value (DSAP or SSAP) for IEEE 802.3 LLC format frames, using a 4- digit hexadecimal value (from 0000 to ffff).

  • Page 157

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference [XG2600] • The Max definition number of "vlan protocol" definitions is 16. • If there are "vlan protocol" definitions over 16, the definition, the VLAN and the ports belong to the VLAN are invalid.

  • Page 158: Vlan Forward

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.1.3 vlan forward Function Set static forwarding rules setting. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax vlan <vid> forward <count> <dst_addr> <port> Options <vid> • VLAN ID Specify a VLAN ID with a decimal value.

  • Page 159: Vlan Description

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.1.4 vlan description Function Set description for VLAN Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax vlan <vid> description <description> Options <vid> • VLAN ID Specify VLAN ID with a decimal value from 0 to 4094 <description>...

  • Page 160: Igmp Snooping Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.2 IGMP Snooping Information This section explains about the commands related to IGMP snooping information. 5.3.2.1 vlan igmpsnoop router Function Set the multicast router port. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax vlan <vid>...

  • Page 161: Vlan Igmpsnoop Querier

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.2.2 vlan igmpsnoop querier Function Set the Querier operations. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax vlan <vid> igmpsnoop querier <mode> Options <vid> • VLAN ID Specify a VLAN ID with a decimal value.

  • Page 162: Vlan Igmpsnoop Source

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.2.3 vlan igmpsnoop source Function Set the IP address to be used for IGMP snooping. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax vlan <vid> igmpsnoop source <address> Options <vid> • VLAN ID Specify a VLAN ID with a decimal value.

  • Page 163: Vlan Igmpsnoop Proxy

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.2.4 vlan igmpsnoop proxy Function Set the IGMP proxy mode. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax vlan <vid> igmpsnoop proxy <mode> Options <vid> • VLAN ID Specify a VLAN ID with a decimal value.

  • Page 164: Filter Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.3 Filter Information This section explains about the commands related to filter information. 5.3.3.1 vlan macfilter Function Set the MAC filter for VLAN. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax vlan <vid> macfilter <count> <action> <acl>...

  • Page 165

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Caution Note 1. If none of "acl mac", "acl vlan" and "acl ip" definitions exist on the access control list which has been specified by <acl> or if the access control list specified by <acl> does not exist, the packets are not filtered.

  • Page 166

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference "ether qos aclmap" command A smaller Ethernet port number has a higher priority among Ethernet ports. "vlan qos aclmap" command A smaller VLAN ID has a higher priority among VLANs. "lan ip dscp"...

  • Page 167

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference "lan ip dscp" command A smaller lan definition number has a higher priority among lans. The following commands spend 1 action regardless of multiple use. - vlan <vid> protocol ipv4 - vlan <vid> protocol ipv6 The following commands spend 1 action for each.

  • Page 168

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference - For ACL to set ICMP Result of multiplication between the number of ICMP TYPEs and the number of ICMP CODEs for ICMP - For ACL not to set TCP, UDP, or ICMP You can expand the upper limit to use "resource filter distribution"...

  • Page 169: Vlan Macfilter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.3.2 vlan macfilter move Function Change the priority of VLAN MAC filter. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax vlan <vid> macfilter move <count> <new_count> Options <vid> • VLAN ID Specify a VLAN ID with a decimal value.

  • Page 170: Vlan Ip6filter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.3.3 vlan ip6filter Function Set VLAN IPv6 filter Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax vlan <vid> ip6filter <count> <action> <acl> Options <vid> • VLAN ID Specify the VLAN ID with a decimal value from 1 to 4094.

  • Page 171

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference "vlan ip6filter" command A smaller VLAN ID has a higher priority among VLANs. "lan ip6 filter" command A smaller lan definition number has a higher priority among lans. If up to 128 of "vlan ip6filter"...

  • Page 172: Vlan Ip6filter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.3.4 vlan ip6filter move Function Change the priority of VLAN IPv6 filter Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax vlan <vid> ip6filter move <count> <new_count> Options <vid> • VLAN ID Specify VLAN ID with a decimal value from 1 to 4094 <count>...

  • Page 173: Qos Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.3.4 QoS Information This section explains about the commands related to QoS information. 5.3.4.1 vlan qos aclmap Function Set the QoS conversion of the VLAN. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax vlan <vid>...

  • Page 174

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference If "dscp" is selected in <action>: - <dscp_value> Set the replaced "dscp" value with a decimal value from 0 to 63. If "tos" is selected in <action>: - <tos_value> Set the replaced "ip precedence" value with a decimal value from 0 to 7.

  • Page 175

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference "ether macfilter" command A smaller Ethernet port number has a higher priority among Ethernet ports. "vlan macfilter" command A smaller VLAN ID has a higher priority among VLANs. "lan ip filter" command A smaller lan definition number has a higher priority among lans.

  • Page 176

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The number of masks that each command use depends on applied ACL. When Multiple ACL are applied, the number of masks amount to sum total, and depends on ACLs the number of masks amount to less than sum total.

  • Page 177

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The following commands spend 1 action for each. If same <tos_value> is used, the commands use 1 action for them. If same <dscp_value> is used, the commands use 1 action for them.

  • Page 178: Vlan Ip6qos Aclmap

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference You can expand the upper limit to use "resource filter distribution" command and change resource distribution. Note 4. Up to 700 commands can be set for the entire device, including the definitions which refer to ACL such as "ether...

  • Page 179

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference <acl> • ACL definition number Specify the ACL definition number of the access control list where the packet pattern to configure QoS conversion has been defined. Use Mode Configuration mode (admin class)

  • Page 180: Vlan Ip6qos Aclmap Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Note 4. Up to 700 commands can be set for the entire device, including the definitions which refer to ACL such as "ether macfilter", "ether qos aclmap", "vlan macfilter", "vlan ip6filter", "vlan qos aclmap",...

  • Page 181: Mac Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference MAC Information This section explains about MAC information. 5.4.1 MAC Information This section explains about the commands related to MAC information. 5.4.1.1 mac learning Function Set the MAC address learning. Available Model...

  • Page 182: Mac Age

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.4.1.2 mac age Function Set the aging-out time of MAC address learning table. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax mac age <time> Options <time> • Aging-out time Set the aging-out time of MAC address learning table in seconds.

  • Page 183: Lan Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference LAN Information Settings This section explains about LAN information settings. Allowed range of lan definition numbers The lan definition serial number (decimal value), which is to be specified in <number> ("lan" definition number) of [Options] described in each command of this section, shall be within the range for each model as shown below.

  • Page 184: Lan Ip Address

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.1.2 lan ip address Function Set the IP address. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lan [<number>] ip address <address>/<mask> <broadcast> Options <number> • lan definition number Specify a lan definition serial number with a decimal value.

  • Page 185: Lan Ip Route

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.1.3 lan ip route Function Set the IPv4 static route information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lan [<number>] ip route <count> <address>/<mask> <next_hop> [<distance>] Options <number> • lan definition number Specify a lan definition serial number with a decimal value.

  • Page 186: Lan Ip Filter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.1.4 lan ip filter Function Set the IP filter. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lan [<number>] ip filter <count> <action> acl <acl_count> Options <number> • lan definition number Specify a lan definition serial number with a decimal value.

  • Page 187

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Explanation Set the IP filter for the LAN interface. The IP filter is used to transmit or reject packets that have matched the address, protocol, TOS or DSCP value, port number, ICMP TYPE, and ICMP CODE specified in ACL.

  • Page 188

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference "ether macfilter" command A smaller Ethernet port number has a higher priority among Ethernet ports. "vlan macfilter" command A smaller VLAN ID has a higher priority among VLANs. "lan ip filter" command A smaller lan definition number has a higher priority among lans.

  • Page 189

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference • Upper limit based on "actions" 16 actions for the entire device. Up to16 actions can be set for the entire device, including the "ether qos aclmap", "vlan aclmap", "lan ip dscp", "vlan...

  • Page 190

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference If up to 128 of "ether macfilter" commands have been defined for port ether1, the subsequent "vlan macfilter" "lan ip filter" command will be no longer applied. • Upper limit based on rule 128 rules for the entire device.

  • Page 191: Lan Ip Filter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.1.5 lan ip filter move Function Change the IP filter priority. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lan [<number>] ip filter move <count> <new_count> Options <number> • lan definition number Specify a lan definition serial number with a decimal value.

  • Page 192: Lan Ip Dscp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.1.6 lan ip dscp Function Set the DSCP value rewriting conditions. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lan [<number>] ip dscp <count> acl <acl_count> <new_dscp> Options <number> • lan definition number Specify a lan definition serial number with a decimal value.

  • Page 193

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Explanation Set DSCP value rewriting conditions. Rewrite the DSCP value of a packet, which has satisfied conditions, to the specified DSCP value. Caution Note 1. If none of "acl ip" definition exist on the access control list which has been specified by <acl>...

  • Page 194

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference "ether qos aclmap" command A smaller Ethernet port number has a higher priority among Ethernet ports. "vlan qos aclmap" command A smaller VLAN ID has a higher priority among VLANs. "lan ip dscp"...

  • Page 195

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference "lan ip dscp" command A smaller lan definition number has a higher priority among lans. The following commands spend 1 action regardless of multiple use. - vlan <vid> protocol ipv4 - vlan <vid> protocol ipv6 The following commands spend 1 action for each.

  • Page 196: Lan Ip Dscp Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference - For ACL to set ICMP Result of multiplication between the number of ICMP TYPEs and the number of ICMP CODEs for ICMP - For ACL not to set TCP, UDP, or ICMP You can expand the upper limit to use "resource filter distribution"...

  • Page 197: Lan Ip Arp Static

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.1.8 lan ip arp static Function Sets static ARP. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax lan [<number>] ip arp static <count> <dst> <mac> Options <number> • Defined LAN number The sequential number of a LAN definition expressed in base 10.

  • Page 198: Ipv6 Related Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.2 IPv6 Related Information This section explains about the commands related to IPv6 Related Information. 5.5.2.1 lan ip6 use Function Set IPv6 function Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lan [<number>] ip6 use <mode>...

  • Page 199: Lan Ip6 Address

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.2.3 lan ip6 address Function Set IPv6 address Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lan [<number>] ip6 address [<count>] <address>/<prefixlen> Options <number> • lan definition number Specify lan definition number with a decimal value <count>...

  • Page 200: Lan Ip6 Route

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.2.5 lan ip6 route Function Set IPv6 static route information Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lan [<number>] ip6 route <count> <address>/<prefixlen> <next_hop> [<distance>] Options <number> • lan definition number Specify lan definition number with a decimal value <count>...

  • Page 201: Lan Ip6 Filter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.2.6 lan ip6 filter Function Set IPv6 filter Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax lan [<number>] ip6 filter <count> <action> acl <acl_count> Options <number> • lan definition number Specify lan definition number with a decimal number <count>...

  • Page 202

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Note 3. This command is unavailable if the allowable upper limit for the device is exceeded. The allowable upper limits are as follows. • Upper limit based on "commands" 128 commands for the entire device.

  • Page 203: Lan Ip6 Filter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.2.7 lan ip6 filter move Function Change priority of IPv6 filter Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax lan [<number>] ip6 filter move <count> <new_count> Options <number> • lan definition number Specify lan definition number with a decimal value <count>...

  • Page 204: Lan Ip6 Dscp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.2.8 lan ip6 dscp Function Set DSCP value rewrite condition Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax lan [<number>] ip6 dscp <count> acl <acl_count> <new_dscp> Options <number> • lan definition number Specify lan definition number with a decimal value <count>...

  • Page 205

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference "vlan ip6qos aclmap" command A smaller VLAN ID has a higher priority among VLANs. "lan ip6 dscp" command A smaller lan definition number has a higher priority among lans. If up to 128 of "vlan ip6qos aclmap"...

  • Page 206: Lan Ip6 Dscp Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.2.9 lan ip6 dscp move Function Change priority of DSCP value rewrite condition Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax lan [<number>] ip6 dscp move <count> <new_count> Options <number> • lan definition number Specify lan definition number with a decimal value <count>...

  • Page 207: Vlan Related Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.3 VLAN Related Information This section explains about the commands related to VLAN related information. 5.5.3.1 lan vlan Function Set a VLAN ID. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lan [<number>] vlan <vid>...

  • Page 208: Llmnr Related Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.4 LLMNR Related Information This section explains about the commands related to LLMNR Related Information. 5.5.4.1 lan llmnr use Function Set to use the LLMNR function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lan [<number>] llmnr use <mode>...

  • Page 209: Management Lan Port Ipv4 Related Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.5 Management LAN port IPv4 Related Information This section explains about the commands related to Management LAN port IPv4 Related Information. 5.5.5.1 oob ip address Function Set IP address of oob port...

  • Page 210: Oob Ip Route

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.5.2 oob ip route Function Set the IPv4static route information Available Model XG2600 Syntax oob ip route <count> <address>/<mask> <next_hop> [<distance>] Options <count> • Static route information definition number Specify a static route information definition number with a decimal value.

  • Page 211: Management Lan Port Ipv6 Related Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.6 Management LAN port IPv6 Related Information This section explains about the commands related to Management LAN port IPv6 Related Information. 5.5.6.1 oob ip6 use Function Set IPv6 function of oob port...

  • Page 212: Oob Ip6 Address

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.6.3 oob ip6 address Function Set IPv6 address Available Model XG2600 Syntax oob ip6 address [<count>] <address>/<prefixlen> Options <count> • IPv6 address definition number Specify IPv6 address definition number with a decimal value from 0 to 3.

  • Page 213: Oob Ip6 Route

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.6.5 oob ip6 route Function Set IPv6 static route information Available Model XG2600 Syntax oob ip6 route <count> <address>/<prefixlen> <next_hop> [<distance>] Options <count> • Static route information definition number Specify static route information definition number with a decimal value...

  • Page 214: Management Lan Port Llmnr Related Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.5.7 Management LAN port LLMNR Related Information This section explains about the commands related to Management LAN port LLMNR Related Information. 5.5.7.1 oob llmnr use Function Set to use the LLMNR function of oob interace.

  • Page 215: Ipv4 Related Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference IPv4 Related Information This section explains about IPv4 related information. 5.6.1 IPv4 Related Information This section explains about the commands related to IP related information. 5.6.1.1 ip arp age Function Set a valid time of ARP entry.

  • Page 216: Qos Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference QoS Information Settings This section explains about QoS information settings. 5.7.1 QoS Information This section explains about the commands related to QoS information. 5.7.1.1 qos cosmap Function Set the correspondence between the COS value and storage queue for a specific packet.

  • Page 217: Stp Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference STP Information This section explains about STP information. 5.8.1 STP Information This section explains about the commands related to STP information. 5.8.1.1 stp mode Function Set the STP (Spanning Tree Protocol) operation mode.

  • Page 218: Stp Age

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.8.1.2 stp age Function Set a maximum valid time of bridge configuration. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax stp age <max_age> Options <max_age> • Maximum valid time Specify a valid time of the BPDU information sent from the root bridge within the range of 6 to 40 seconds.

  • Page 219: Stp Delay

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.8.1.3 stp delay Function Set a maximum forward delay time. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax stp delay <delay_time> Options <delay_time> • Maximum forward delay time Specify a maximum forward delay time within the range of 4 to 30 seconds.

  • Page 220: Stp Hello

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.8.1.4 stp hello Function Set a Hello message transmission interval. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax stp hello <time> Options <time> • Transmission interval Specify a transmission interval of configuration BPDU to be sent periodically after this device becomes a root bridge, within the range of 1 to 10 seconds.

  • Page 221: Stp Bpdu

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.8.1.5 stp bpdu Function Set the BPDU forwarding mode. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax stp bpdu <mode> Options <mode> • on Specify the BPDU flooding mode. • off Specify the BPDU unflooding mode.

  • Page 222: Stp Domain Priority

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.8.1.6 stp domain priority Function Set the bridge priority. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax stp domain <instance-id> priority <priority> Options <instance-id> • STP instance ID number Specify a decimal value from 0 to 15.

  • Page 223: Stp Config_id

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.8.1.7 stp config_id Function Set the MST configuration. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax stp config_id <region_name> <revision_level> Options <region_name> • Region name (Configuration name) Specify a configuration name using up to 32 characters from 0x21, 0x23 to 0x7e ASCII set.

  • Page 224: Stp Max-hops

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.8.1.9 stp max-hops Function Set a maximum hop count of bridge configuration. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax stp max-hops <hop_count> Options <hop_count> • Maximum hop count Specify a decimal value from 1 to 40.

  • Page 225: Lldp Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference LLDP Information Settings This section explains about Loop Detection information settings. 5.9.1 LLDP Information This section explains about the commands related to LLDP Information. 5.9.1.1 lldp send interval Function Set LLDP send interval...

  • Page 226: Lldp Send Hold

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.9.1.2 lldp send hold Function Set LLDP hold times Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lldp send hold <count> Options <count> • LLDP hold times Specify LLDP hold time which neighbor device holds LLDP information of this device.

  • Page 227: Lldp Notification Interval

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.9.1.4 lldp notification interval Function Set minimal interval of SNMP Notification Trap Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax lldp notification interval <interval> Options <interval> • Trap minimal interval Specify minimal interval of SNMP Notification Trap with a decimal value with h (hours), m (minutes), s (seconds) from 5 seconds to 3600 seconds.

  • Page 228: Igmp Snooping Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.10 IGMP Snooping Information Settings This section explains about IGMP snooping information settings. 5.10.1 IGMP Snooping Information This section explains about the commands related to IGMP snooping information. 5.10.1.1 igmpsnoop use Function Set the IGMP snooping function.

  • Page 229: Igmpsnoop Unknown Flooding

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.10.1.3 igmpsnoop unknown flooding Function Set the unknown multicast packets handling in IGMP snooping function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax igmpsnoop unknown flooding <mode> Options <mode> Specify flooding mode for unknown multicast packets.

  • Page 230: Loop Detection Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.11 Loop Detection Information Settings This section explains about Loop Detection information settings. 5.11.1 Loop Detection Information This section explains about the commands related to Loop Detection information. 5.11.1.1 loopdetect use Function Set the Loop Detection function.

  • Page 231: Loopdetect Portdisable

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.11.1.2 loopdetect portdisable Function Set the port offline mode. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax loopdetect portdisable <mode> Options <mode> • yes Place the port offline automatically. • no Do not place the port offline.

  • Page 232: Loopdetect Interval

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.11.1.4 loopdetect interval Function Set a transmission interval of the Loop Detection frame. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax loopdetect interval <time> Options <time> • Transmission interval Specify a transmission interval of the loop detection frame with a value from 1 to 32767 seconds.

  • Page 233: Acl Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.12 ACL Information Settings This section explains about ACL information settings. 5.12.1 ACL Information This section explains about the commands related to ACL information. Specifying range for ACL definition number Model ACL definition number...

  • Page 234: Acl Vlan

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference • Messages other than those above Specify the target MAC address. Specify the source MAC address for ACL in the xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx format, where "xx" is a 2-digit hexadecimal value. <format> <value> • llc Specify it when targeting the LLC-format frame in which the value of <value>...

  • Page 235: Acl Ip

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.12.1.3 acl ip Function Set the definition of the ACL IPv4. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax acl <acl_count> ip <src_addr>/<mask> <dst_addr>/<mask> [<protocol> [any]] acl <acl_count> ip <src_addr>/<mask> <dst_addr>/<mask> [<protocol> [tos <value>]] acl <acl_count>...

  • Page 236

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference • TOS value Specify the TOS value used to identify the ACL target with a hexadecimal value from 0 to ff. • DSCP value Specify the DSCP value used to identify the ACL target with a decimal value from 0 to...

  • Page 237: Acl Ip6

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.12.1.4 acl ip6 Function Set ACL IPv6 definition Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax acl <acl_count> ip6 <src_addr>/<prefixlen> <dst_addr>/<prefixlen> [<protocol> [any]] acl <acl_count> ip6 <src_addr>/<prefixlen> <dst_addr>/<prefixlen> [<protocol> [tc <value>]] acl <acl_count> ip6 <src_addr>/<prefixlen> <dst_addr>/<prefixlen>...

  • Page 238: Acl Tcp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.12.1.5 acl tcp Function Set the definition of the ACL TCP. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax acl <acl_count> tcp <src_port> <dst_port> Options <acl_count> • ACL definition number Specify an ACL definition serial number with a decimal value.

  • Page 239: Acl Udp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.12.1.6 acl udp Function Set the definition of the ACL UDP. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax acl <acl_count> udp <src_port> <dst_port> Options <acl_count> • ACL definition number Specify an ACL definition serial number with a decimal value.

  • Page 240: Acl Icmp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.12.1.7 acl icmp Function Set the definition of the ACL ICMP. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax acl <acl_count> icmp <icmptype> <icmpcode> Options <acl_count> • ACL definition number Specify an ACL definition serial number with a decimal value.

  • Page 241: Acl Description

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.12.1.8 acl description Function Set the definition of the ACL description. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax acl <acl_count> description <description> Options <acl_count> • ACL definition number Specify an ACL definition serial number with a decimal value.

  • Page 242: Aaa Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13 AAA Information Settings This section explains about AAA Information Settings. Allowed range of group IDs The group serial number (decimal value), which is to be specified in [<group_id>] (group ID) described in [Options] of each command, shall be within the range as shown below.

  • Page 243: Group Id Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.1 Group ID Information This section explains about the commands related to group ID information. 5.13.1.1 aaa name Function Set a group name. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] name <group_name>...

  • Page 244: Aaa User Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.2 AAA User Information This section explains about the commands related to AAA user information. 5.13.2.1 aaa user id Function Set the authentication information (user ID). Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] user [<number>] id <id>...

  • Page 245: Aaa User Password

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.2.2 aaa user password Function Set the authentication information (password). Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] user [<number>] password <password> [encrypted] Options <group_id> • Group ID Specify a group ID with a serial decimal value.

  • Page 246: Aaa User User-role

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.2.3 aaa user user-role Function Sets user privilege class. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] user [<number>] user-role <class> Options <group_id> • Group ID Set group IDs using a base 10 sequential serial number.

  • Page 247: Radius Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.3 RADIUS Information Settings This section explains about the commands related to RADIUS information. 5.13.3.1 aaa radius service Function Set the RADIUS service. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] radius service <service> [<type>] Options <group_id>...

  • Page 248: Aaa Radius Auth Source

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.3.2 aaa radius auth source Function Set the local IP address of the RADIUS authentication device. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] radius auth source <address> Options <group_id>...

  • Page 249: Aaa Radius Auth Message-authenticator

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.3.3 aaa radius auth message-authenticator Function Set the Message-Authenticator. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] radius auth message-authenticator <mode> Options <group_id> • Group ID Specify a group ID with a serial decimal value.

  • Page 250: Aaa Radius Client Server-info Auth Secret

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.3.4 aaa radius client server-info auth secret Function Set the shared key (RADIUS secret) for the RADIUS authentication server. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] radius client server-info auth [<number>] secret <secret> [encrypted] Options <group_id>...

  • Page 251: Aaa Radius Client Server-info Auth Address

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.3.5 aaa radius client server-info auth address Function Set the IP address of the remote RADIUS authentication server. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] radius client server-info auth [<number>] address <address>...

  • Page 252: Aaa Radius Client Server-info Auth Port

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.3.6 aaa radius client server-info auth port Function Specify UDP port of the authentication server (the old RFC specifications compatible). Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] radius client server-info auth [<number>] port <port>...

  • Page 253: Aaa Radius Client Server-info Auth Deadtime

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.3.7 aaa radius client server-info auth deadtime Function Set a recovery standby time. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] radius client server-info auth [<number>] deadtime <deadtime> Options <group_id>...

  • Page 254: Aaa Radius Client Server-info Auth Priority

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.3.8 aaa radius client server-info auth priority Function Set the priority. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] radius client server-info auth [<number>] priority <priority> Options <group_id> • Group ID Specify a group ID with a serial decimal value.

  • Page 255: Aaa Radius Client Server-info Auth Source

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.3.9 aaa radius client server-info auth source Function Set the local IP address. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] radius client server-info auth [<number>] source <address> Options <group_id>...

  • Page 256: Aaa Radius Client Retry

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.13.3.10 aaa radius client retry Function Set a RADIUS packet retry count and a transmission interval. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax aaa [<group_id>] radius client retry <interval> <retry> Options <group_id>...

  • Page 257: Password Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.14 Password Information This section explains about password information. 5.14.1 password format Function Sets format for encrypted password strings. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax password format <format> Options <format>...

  • Page 258: Password Admin Set

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Default If unset, the common setting will be the default. password format common 5.14.2 password admin set Function Set an administrator password. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax password admin set [<password> [encrypted]] Options <password>...

  • Page 259

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Retype password: The <password> option is not set. Retype the password for administrator interactivery. <WARNING> weak admin password: set the password The administrator password is not set. Set an administrator password. <WARNING> weak admin password: contain at least 8 characters The administrator password is seven or fewer characters in length.

  • Page 260: Password User Set

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.14.3 password user set Function Set a general user password. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax password user set <password> [encrypted] Options <password> • Password Specify a password using up to 64 characters from 0x21, 0x23 to 0x7e ASCII set.

  • Page 261: Password Aaa

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.14.4 password aaa Function Set AAA information of login user Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax password aaa <group_id> Options <group_id> • AAA Group ID Specify AAA group ID with a decimal value...

  • Page 262: Device Information Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15 Device Information Settings This section explains about device information settings. 5.15.1 SNMP Information This section explains about the commands related to SNMP information. 5.15.1.1 snmp service Function Set the SNMP agent and SNMP trap functions.

  • Page 263: Snmp Agent Sysname

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.3 snmp agent sysname Function Set the equipment name for the SNMP agent function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp agent sysname <sysname> Options <sysname> • Equipment name (sysName value) Specify the MIB variable, sysName, which indicates an equipment name of this device, with up to 32 characters.

  • Page 264: Snmp Agent Address

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.5 snmp agent address Function Set the SNMP agent address. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp agent address <address> Options <address> • Agent address Set the agent address of this device.

  • Page 265: Snmp Manager

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.7 snmp manager Function Set the SNMP host information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp manager <manager_number> <address> <community> <trap> [<write>] Options <manager_number> • SNMP host definition number Specify a serial number of SNMP host definition with a decimal value from 0 to 7.

  • Page 266: Snmp Trap Coldstart

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.8 snmp trap coldstart Function Set the coldStart trap. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp trap coldstart <mode> Options <mode> Specify whether to enable or disable trapping. • enable Enable trapping.

  • Page 267: Snmp Trap Linkup

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.10 snmp trap linkup Function Set the linkUp trap. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp trap linkup <mode> Options <mode> Specify whether to enable or disable trapping. • enable Enable trapping.

  • Page 268: Snmp Trap Newroot

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.12 snmp trap newroot Function Set the newRoot trap. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp trap newroot <mode> Options <mode> Specify whether to enable or disable trapping. • enable Enable trapping.

  • Page 269: Snmp Trap Noserror

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.14 snmp trap noserror Function Set the nosError trap. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp trap noserror <mode> Options <mode> Specify whether to enable or disable trapping. • enable Enable trapping.

  • Page 270: Snmp Rmon

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.16 snmp rmon Function Set the RMON function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp rmon <mode> Options <mode> Specify whether to enable or disable the RMON function. • on Use the RMON function.

  • Page 271: Snmp User Address

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.18 snmp user address Function Set a SNMP host address. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp user [<number>] address [<addr_number>] <address> Options <number> • User definition number Specify a user definition number with a decimal value from 0 to 7.

  • Page 272: Snmp User Notification

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.19 snmp user notification Function Set a trap notification host address. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp user [<number>] notification [<addr_number>] <address> Options <number> • User definition number Specify a user definition number with a decimal value from 0 to 7.

  • Page 273: Snmp User Auth

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.20 snmp user auth Function Set the authentication protocol Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp user [<number>] auth <protocol> [<password> [encrypted]] Options <number> • User definition number Specify the user definition number with a decimal value from 0 to 7.

  • Page 274: Snmp User Priv

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.21 snmp user priv Function Set encryption protocol Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp user [<number>] priv <protocol> [<password> [encrypted]] Options <number> • User definition number Specify the user definition number with a decimal value from 0 to 7.

  • Page 275: Snmp User Write

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.22 snmp user write Function Set the MIB write-enable view. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp user [<number>] write <view_name> Options <number> • User definition number Specify a user definition number with a decimal value from 0 to 7.

  • Page 276: Snmp User Read

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.23 snmp user read Function Sets MIB read permission view. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp user [<number>] read <access> [<view_number>] Options <number> • User ID User ID expressed as a base 10 value from 0 to 7. Default is 0.

  • Page 277: Snmp User Notify

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.24 snmp user notify Function Sets trap notification permission view. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp user [<number>] notify <access> [<view_number>] Options <number> • User ID User ID expressed as a base 10 value from 0 to 7. Default is 0.

  • Page 278: Snmp View Subtree

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.1.25 snmp view subtree Function SNMP MIB view information Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax snmp view [<view_number>] subtree [<subtree_number>] <view_type> <subtree_name> Options <view_number> • View definition number Specify the view definition number with a decimal value from 0 to 7 The default is 0.

  • Page 279

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Subtree name Object ID Remark Trap name coldstart 1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.1 linkdown 1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.3 linkup 1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.4 authfail 1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.5 newroot 1.3.6.1.2.1.17.0.1 topologychange 1.3.6.1.2.1.17.0.2 noserror 1.3.6.1.4.1.211.1.127.1.0.1 lldpremtableschange 1.0.8802.1.1.2.0.0.1 Use Mode Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Set MIB view information in SNMPv3...

  • Page 280: System Log Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.2 System Log Information This section explains about the commands related to system log information. 5.15.2.1 syslog server address Function Set the server IP address that receives system log information. Available Model...

  • Page 281: Syslog Server Pri

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.2.2 syslog server pri Function Set the severity level for syslog information sent to the syslog servers. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax syslog server <number> pri <mode> Options <number>...

  • Page 282: Syslog Pri

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.2.3 syslog pri Function Set the severity level output to the switch syslog. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax syslog pri <mode> Options <mode> • Priority Specify the priority to output system log information from the following. When specifying multiple numbers, separate them with commas (,).

  • Page 283: Syslog Security

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.2.5 syslog security Function Set the security to output the system log information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax syslog security <securetype> Options <securetype> • Security type Select one of the followings to output the security log information.

  • Page 284: Syslog Command-logging

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.2.7 syslog command-logging Function Set command execution history output of system log information Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax syslog command-logging <mode> Options <mode> • enable Output command execution history to system log •...

  • Page 285: Syslog Source Address

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.2.9 syslog source address Function Set the source IP address of the system log information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax syslog source address <address> Options <address> Specify the source IPv4 address that is used for sending the system log information.

  • Page 286: Automatic Time Setting Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.3 Automatic Time Setting Information This section explains about the commands related to automatic time setting information. 5.15.3.1 time auto server Function Specify the IP address, protocol, and priority of server(s) that supply time information.

  • Page 287: Time Auto Interval

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.3.2 time auto interval Function Set an automatic setting interval of time information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax time auto interval <time> Options <time> Specify the interval to set time information.

  • Page 288: Time Summer-time

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.3.4 time summer-time Function Sets summer time/daylight saving time. Use the no form to return to the default setup. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax time summer-time <start_day> <end_day> [<offset>] Options <start_day>...

  • Page 289

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference <offset> • pecifies the time set forward during Daylight Saving Time in the form of "hhmm." - hh Specifies the hour set forward during Daylight Saving Time with a two-digit number. It can be set in the range of 00 to 23.

  • Page 290: Proxydns Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.4 ProxyDNS Information This section explains about the commands related to proxyDNS information. 5.15.4.1 proxydns domain Function Set the forward lookup conditions for proxy DNS. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax proxydns domain <count>...

  • Page 291

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference For the host name, the following wild cards are usable. An execution example is given below. Execution example Matching Character String www.*.com This is considered to match all of the following character strings.

  • Page 292: Proxydns Domain Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.4.2 proxydns domain move Function Change the forward lookup conditions for proxy DNS. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax proxydns domain move <count> <new_count> Options <count> • Destination definition number before changes Specify a destination definition number to change its order.

  • Page 293: Proxydns Address

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.4.3 proxydns address Function Set the reverse lookup conditions for proxy DNS. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax proxydns address <count> <address>/<mask> reject (Discard the request to forward) proxydns address <count> <address>/<mask> static <ipaddress>...

  • Page 294: Proxydns Address Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.4.4 proxydns address move Function Change the reverse lookup conditions for proxy DNS. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax proxydns address move <count> <new_count> Options <count> • Destination definition number before changes Specify a destination definition number to change its order.

  • Page 295: Host Database Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.5 Host Database Information This section explains about the commands related to host database information. 5.15.5.1 host name Function Set the host name of the host database information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax host <number>...

  • Page 296: Host Ip6 Address

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.5.3 host ip6 address Function Set the IPv6 address of the host database information Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax host <number> ip6 address <ip6_address> Options <number> • definition number Set the definition number of host database information with a decimal value <ip6_address>...

  • Page 297: Schedule Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.6 Schedule Information This section explains about the commands related to schedule information. 5.15.6.1 schedule at Function Set the command to specify day and time in the system schedule. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax schedule <number>...

  • Page 298: Schedule Syslog

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Use Mode Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Set the system schedule. Based on the schedule, the command is executed at the specified time. Default It is assumed that no schedule information is set.

  • Page 299: Filter/qos Resource Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.7 Filter/QoS Resource Information This section explains about the commands related to Filter/QoS Resource Information. 5.15.7.1 resource filter distribution Function Set the distribution of filter and QoS resources. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax resource filter distribution <function>...

  • Page 300: Other

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8 Other This section explains about other commands. 5.15.8.1 addact Function Set the command execution reservation. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax addact <index> <date> <command> Options <index> • Registration number Specify the registration number of the command execution reservation information.

  • Page 301: Watchdog Service

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.2 watchdog service Function Sets watchdog reset. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax watchdog service <mode> Options <mode> • on Initiates watchdog reset function. • off Suspends watchdog reset function.

  • Page 302: Telnetinfo

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.4 telnetinfo Function Set the TELNET connection service. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax telnetinfo autologout <time> Options <time> • Automatic disconnection time Specify a time period (from 0 to 86400 seconds (one day)) for the user to be automatically disconnected when no command input/output processing has been performed by the client while connected through telnet.

  • Page 303: Dumpswitch

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.6 dumpswitch Function Allows/disallows dumping of data to external media. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 Syntax dumpswitch <mode> Options <mode> • enable Allows dumping of data to external media via a dump switch.

  • Page 304: Serverinfo Ftp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.8 serverinfo ftp Function Set the FTP server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo ftp ip <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable the FTP server function. • off Disable the FTP server function.

  • Page 305: Serverinfo Ftp Filter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.10 serverinfo ftp filter Function Set the application filter for the FTP server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo ftp filter <count> <action> acl <acl_count> Options <count> • Filtering definition number Specify a definition number, which indicates a filtering priority, with a decimal value from 0 to 29.

  • Page 306: Serverinfo Ftp Filter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.11 serverinfo ftp filter move Function Change the priority of the application filter for the FTP server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo ftp filter move <count> <new_count>...

  • Page 307: Serverinfo Sftp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.13 serverinfo sftp Function Set the SSH FTP server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo sftp ip <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable the SSH FTP server function.

  • Page 308: Serverinfo Sftp Ip6

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.14 serverinfo sftp ip6 Function Set the IPv6 SSH FTP server function Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo sftp ip6 <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable IPv6 SSH FTP server function •...

  • Page 309: Serverinfo Telnet Ip6

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.16 serverinfo telnet ip6 Function Set the IPv6 telnet server function Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo telnet ip6 <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable telnet server function • off...

  • Page 310: Serverinfo Telnet Filter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.18 serverinfo telnet filter move Function Change the priority of the application filter for the TELNET server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo telnet filter move <count> <new_count>...

  • Page 311: Serverinfo Ssh

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.20 serverinfo ssh Function Set the SSH login server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo ssh ip <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable the SSH login server function.

  • Page 312: Serverinfo Ssh Ip6

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.21 serverinfo ssh ip6 Function Set the IPv6 SSH login server function Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo ssh ip6 <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable IPv6 SSH login server function •...

  • Page 313: Serverinfo Ssh Filter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.22 serverinfo ssh filter Function Set the application filter for the SSH server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo ssh filter <count> <action> acl <acl_count> Options <count> • Filtering definition number Specify a definition number, which indicates a filtering priority, with a decimal value from 0 to 29.

  • Page 314: Serverinfo Ssh Filter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.23 serverinfo ssh filter move Function Change the priority of the application filter for the SSH server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo ssh filter move <count> <new_count>...

  • Page 315: Serverinfo Http

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.25 serverinfo http Function Set the HTTP server function Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo http ip <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable HTTP server function • off Disable HTTP server function...

  • Page 316: Serverinfo Http Filter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.27 serverinfo http filter Function Set the application filter for HTTP server function Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo http filter <count> <action> acl <acl_count> Options <count> • Filtering definition number Specify a definition number, which indicates a filtering priority, with a decimal value from 0 to 29.

  • Page 317: Serverinfo Http Filter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.28 serverinfo http filter move Function Change the priority of the application filter for the HTTP server function Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo http filter move <count> <new_count>...

  • Page 318: Serverinfo Dns

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.30 serverinfo dns Function Set the DNS server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo dns ip <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable the DNS server function. • off Disable the DNS server function.

  • Page 319: Serverinfo Dns Filter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.32 serverinfo dns filter Function Set the application filter for the DNS server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo dns filter <count> <action> acl <acl_count> Options <count> • Filtering definition number Specify a definition number, which indicates a filtering priority, with a decimal value from 0 to 29.

  • Page 320: Serverinfo Dns Filter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.33 serverinfo dns filter move Function Change the priority of the application filter for the DNS server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo dns filter move <count> <new_count>...

  • Page 321: Serverinfo Sntp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.35 serverinfo sntp Function Set the SNTP server. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo sntp ip <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable the SNTP server function. • off Disable the SNTP server function.

  • Page 322: Serverinfo Sntp Filter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.37 serverinfo sntp filter Function Set the application filter for the SNTP server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo sntp filter <count> <action> acl <acl_count> Options <count> • Filtering definition number Specify a definition number, which indicates a filtering priority, with a decimal value from 0 to 29.

  • Page 323: Serverinfo Sntp Filter Move

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.38 serverinfo sntp filter move Function Change the priority of the application filter for the SNTP server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo sntp filter move <count> <new_count>...

  • Page 324: Serverinfo Time Ip Tcp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.40 serverinfo time ip tcp Function Set the TIME server function by TCP. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo time ip tcp <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable the TIME server function by TCP.

  • Page 325: Serverinfo Time Ip Udp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.42 serverinfo time ip udp Function Set the TIME server function by UDP. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo time ip udp <mode> Options <mode> • on Enable the TIME server function by UDP.

  • Page 326: Serverinfo Time Filter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.44 serverinfo time filter Function Set the application filter for the TIME server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo time filter <count> <action> acl <acl_count> Options <count> • Filtering definition number Specify a definition number, which indicates a filtering priority, with a decimal value from 0 to 29.

  • Page 327: Serverinfo Time Filter Default

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.15.8.46 serverinfo time filter default Function Set the default operation of the application filter for the TIME server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax serverinfo time filter default <action>...

  • Page 328: Login Banner Settings

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.16 Login banner Settings This section explains about Login banner settings. 5.16.1 Login banner Information This section explains about the commands related to Login banner information. 5.16.1.1 login banner telnet Function Turn on or off the telnet login banner.

  • Page 329: Login Banner Ssh

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.16.1.3 login banner ssh Function Turn on or off the ssh login banner. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax login banner ssh <mode> Options <mode> Specify the desired mode. • on Specify "on"...

  • Page 330: Mode And Terminal Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17 Mode and Terminal Operation Commands This section explains about mode and terminal operation commands. 5.17.1 Mode Operation Commands This section explains about mode operation commands. 5.17.1.1 admin Function Switch to the admin class.

  • Page 331

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example > admin Password: # exit > 5.17.1.2 su Function Switch to the admin class. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax Options Use Mode Operation mode (user class) Explanation Switch from the user class to the admin class.

  • Page 332: Exit

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.1.3 exit Function Return to the class, mode or configuration directory, or logout. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax exit Options Use Mode Operation mode (user class/admin class) Configuration mode (admin class)

  • Page 333: Configure

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.1.4 configure Function Switch to the configuration mode. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax configure Options Use Mode Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Switch from the operation mode to the configuration mode.

  • Page 334: End

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.1.5 end Function Return to the operation mode. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax Options Use Mode Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Return from the configuration mode to the operation mode.

  • Page 335: Top

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.1.7 top Function Switch to the highest configuration directory. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax Options Use Mode Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation If the configuration directory function is enabled in the configuration mode, move up to the top directory.

  • Page 336

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.1.9 ! Function Return to the previous class, mode or configuration directory. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax Options Use Mode Operation mode (admin class) Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation...

  • Page 337: Terminal Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.2 Terminal Operation Commands This section explains about terminal operation commands. 5.17.2.1 terminal pager Function Set the pager functions. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax terminal pager {enable|disable} Options enable Use the pager functions.

  • Page 338

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Key inputs Operations Skip one screen backward after specifying the number of lines for one screen *1 j ^J e ^E ^N ↓ RETURN Skip one screen forward or specified number of lines forward (show all of the skipped lines) k ^K y ^Y ^P ↑...

  • Page 339

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference If information is displayed, the following prompt will appear. MORE(line 1-22/515 lines, 1428/33473 bytes, 4%): - -- --- ---- ----- If it cannot be displayed backward, the following prompt will appear. MORE(line 1-22 lines):...

  • Page 340: Terminal Window

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.2.2 terminal window Function Set the terminal screen size. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax terminal window [column <column>] [line <line>] Options column <column> Specify the number of digits of the terminal screen with a decimal value.

  • Page 341: Terminal Prompt

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.2.4 terminal prompt Function Set the input prompt. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax terminal prompt login "<prompt>" terminal prompt user "<prompt>" terminal prompt admin "<prompt>" Options login Set the input prompt during login.

  • Page 342: Terminal Timestamp

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference If the host name is not set, the model name will be displayed instead. The following shows the standard prompts of "\p" and "\$". State Standard prompt Before login When user login >...

  • Page 343: Terminal Bell

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.2.6 terminal bell Function Set the bell function to sound in the case of an operation error. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax terminal bell {enable|disable} Options enable Sound a terminal bell in the case of an operation error.

  • Page 344: Terminal Logging

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.2.7 terminal logging Function Set the command execution history log. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax terminal logging line <line> Options line <line> Specify a number for the lines of the command execution history to be logged with a decimal value from 0 to 100.

  • Page 345: Show Terminal

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.2.8 show terminal Function Display the terminal information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show terminal Options Use Mode Operation mode (user class/admin class) Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Display the terminal information.

  • Page 346: Command Execution History

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.3 Command Execution History This section explains about command execution history. 5.17.3.1 show logging command Function Display the command execution history. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show logging command [brief] [all] Options Display detailed the command execution history on the current login line.

  • Page 347

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example # show logging command 01/24 08:48:54 * console 0 admin show system information 01/24 08:49:02 * console 0 admin show date 01/24 08:49:11 * console 0 admin show logging commandDec 01 15:58:55 1...

  • Page 348: Clear Logging Command

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.3.2 clear logging command Function Clear the command execution history. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax clear logging command [all] Options Clear the command execution history on the current login login.

  • Page 349: Command Alias

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.4 Command Alias This section explains about commands related to command alias. 5.17.4.1 alias Function Set the command alias information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax alias <alias> "<command>" Options <alias>...

  • Page 350: Show Alias

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.4.2 show alias Function Display the command alias information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show alias [<name>] Options Display all command alias information. <name> Display the information about the specified command alias name.

  • Page 351: Command Output

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.5 Command Output This section explains about commands related to command output operations. 5.17.5.1 more Function Display the command output one screen at a time on a display screen. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax <command>...

  • Page 352: Tail

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.17.5.2 tail Function Display the last part of command output. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax <command> | tail [<lines>] Options <command> Specify a command to execute. <lines> Specify the number of lines to be displayed with a decimal number from 1 to 1000.

  • Page 353: System Operations And Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.18 System Operations and Display Commands This sectionexplains about system operations and display commands. 5.18.1 System Operations and Display Commands This section explains about system operations and display commands. 5.18.1.1 show system information Function Display the system information.

  • Page 354: Show System Status

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference ASIC Firm Ver. (XG2600 Only) Displays the ASIC firmware version number in the yymmddPLn format. yymmdd is indicated by date (year-month-day). PLn shows patch level and n is indicated by digit decimal value.

  • Page 355

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference When a CX4 Card is installed. # show system status Current-time : Wed Dec 10 05:55:40 2008 ---(1) Startup-time : Wed Dec 10 05:52:11 2008 ---(2) restart_cause : power on ---(3) machine_state...

  • Page 356

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference inspiration_state State of environment temperature monitor. phy_state State of temperature monitor around PHY. slot1_state State of Expansion Card temperature monitor (SLOT1). NORMAL : The temperature is normal. HIGHWARNING : The device changes to a high temperature state.

  • Page 357

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference restart_cause Cause for the system startup. The following system startup causes are displayed: power on : The power has been turned on. reset : The reset command has been issued. reset switch : The [RESET] switch has been pressed.

  • Page 358

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference inspiration_temp Environment temperature. phy_temp temperature around PHY. slot1_temp temperature around Expansion Card (SLOT1). At the time of three following states, "--" is displayed. The Expantion Card without Thermal Sensor is installed. (CX4) The Invalid Expantion Card is installed.

  • Page 359

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference restart_cause Cause for the system startup. The following system startup causes are displayed: power on : The power has been turned on. reset : The reset command has been issued. reset switch : The [RESET] switch has been pressed.

  • Page 360

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference inspiration_state State of environment temperature monitor. internal_state State of device inside temperature monitor. NORMAL : The temperature is normal. WARNING : The device changes to a high temperature state. ALARM : Thermal alarm occurs in the device.

  • Page 361: Show Tech-support

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.18.1.3 show tech-support Function Display all the analysis information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show tech-support [detail] [save] Options Display the result of the analysis. detail Display or save detail report.

  • Page 362

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example # show logging error Error Logs on FLASH: [0] Error Log: flag=80,mode=00,unit=10,regsp=00000000 Firm information: XG2600 V01.00 PTF:NY0010 Error information: error code [85020000] Logging time: 2011/01/01(Sat) 11:51:17 Hardware diagnostic error information:...

  • Page 363

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) User Stack: 04ae9f60 04aea1d0 00886d58 04ae9fb8 04ae9fa0 ..mX..04ae9f70 00c6fcbb fea4cebb d8c4eab7 c1bcb0a1 ....04ae9f80 a2c9bdbc a8b7c1bc b0a4f2a5 aca5a4a5 ....04ae9f90 c9a5e9a5 a4a5f3a4 cba4a2a4 efa4bba4 ....04ae9fa0 eba1a30a 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....

  • Page 364

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) 04aea290 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....04aea2a0 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....04aea2b0 00000000 00000000 00000000 000001d4 ....04aea2c0 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....04aea2d0 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....04aea2e0 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....

  • Page 365: Clear Logging Error

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.18.1.5 clear logging error Function Clear the error log. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax clear logging error Options Use Mode Operation mode (admin class) Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Clear all the error logs.

  • Page 366: Clear Logging Syslog

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.18.1.7 clear logging syslog Function Clear the system log information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax clear logging syslog Options Use Mode Operation mode (admin class) Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Clear all the system log information.

  • Page 367: Show Date

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.18.1.9 show date Function Display the current date and time of the device. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show date Options Use Mode Operation mode (user class/admin class) Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Display the current device date and time of the device.

  • Page 368: Rdate

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.18.1.11rdate Function Set the date and time of the remote host into this device. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax rdate Options Set the date and time of the remote host in this device.

  • Page 369: Configuration Display, Delete And Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19 Configuration Display, Delete and Operation Commands This section explains about commands related to configuration definition information. 5.19.1 Configuration Display Commands This section explains about commands related to configuration display. 5.19.1.1 show candidate-config Function Display the configuration being edited.

  • Page 370: Show Running-config

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.1.2 show running-config Function Display the configuration during operation. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show running-config [all] [<config>] Options Display all configuration including default values. If omitted, only the modified configuration is displayed.

  • Page 371: Diff

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.1.4 diff Function Display the configuration difference. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax diff <src_filename> <dst_filename> Options <src_filename> Specify the name of the compare source file. <dst_filename> Specify the name of the compare target file.

  • Page 372: Configuration Delete Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.2 Configuration Delete Commands This section explains about commands related to configuration delete. 5.19.2.1 delete Function Delete the configuration being edited. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax delete <config> Options <config>...

  • Page 373: Configuration Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.3 Configuration Operation Commands This section explains about commands related to configuration definition information operations. 5.19.3.1 load Function Read (or load) the configuration. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax load <filename>...

  • Page 374: Save

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example # load config1 5.19.3.2 save Function Save the configuration. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax save [<filename>] Options Overwrite the existing "startup-config" file with the "candidate-config" file contents.

  • Page 375: Commit

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.3.3 commit Function Commit (or dynamically activate) the configuration. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax commit Options Use Mode Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Apply the configuration that was set or changed with the configuration command, without device restart.

  • Page 376: Commit Try Time

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.3.4 commit try time Function Try to commit (dynamically activate) the candidate config, or re-commit the startup-config if the try time period expires. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax commit try time <time>...

  • Page 377: Commit Try Cancel

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.3.5 commit try cancel Function Cancel retrieving the startup-config after using the "commit try time" command. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax commit try cancel Options Use Mode Configuration mode (admin class)

  • Page 378: Discard

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.3.6 discard Function Discard the changes of configuration. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax discard Options Use Mode Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Discard changes of candidate-config, and return to the same contents as for running- config.

  • Page 379: File Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.4 File Operation Commands This section explains about commands related to File Operation Commands. 5.19.4.1 dir Function Displays a list of files. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax dir [<filename>] Options <filename>...

  • Page 380: Copy

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.4.2 copy Function Copies a file. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax copy <src_filename> <dst_filename> Options <src_filename> The source file to be copied. <dst_filename> The target file name. Use Mode...

  • Page 381: Remove

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.4.3 remove Function Deletes a file. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax remove <filename> Options <filename> Name of file to be deleted. Use Mode Operation mode (admin class) Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Displays a list of files on external media.

  • Page 382: Format

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.19.4.5 format Function Formats. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax format Options Use Mode Operation mode (admin class) Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Formats external media, restoring to factory state.

  • Page 383: Ethernet Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.20 Ethernet Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains commands related to Ethernet. 5.20.1 Ethernet Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains the commands related to Ethernet counter, log, statistics, and status display commands.

  • Page 384

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example B9F# show ether line 1-7 [ETHER PORT-1] status : down ---(1) flow control ---(2) type : Normal ---(3) since : Jan 1 00:00:02 GMT 1970 ---(4) config ---(5) linkcontrol : online, recovery(-), downrelay(-)

  • Page 385

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference offline (backup): Port offline by backup port function offline (icmpwatch): Port offline by ether L3 monitoring function down : Indicates that the port is in the linkdown state. auto : Indicates that automatic negotiation is enabled.

  • Page 386

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Configuration Indicates setting value of "ether mode" command and "ether mdi" command. mode (setting value): Indicates the setting value of "ether mode" as mode (auto). mdi (setting value): Indicates the setting value of "ether mdi" as mdi (auto).

  • Page 387: Show Ether Brief

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.20.1.2 show ether brief Function Display the information about Ethernet physical ports briefly. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ether brief Options Display all information. Use Mode Operation mode (user class/admin class)

  • Page 388

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference linkaggregation: Indicates that the port is used as a link aggregation port. This parameter also indicates the number of the link aggregation group that the port belongs to. "*linkaggregation" is displayed when the link aggregation port is not linked up as a multiplexed link in the linkup state.

  • Page 389: Show Ether Statistics

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.20.1.3 show ether statistics Function Display the statistics of Ethernet physical ports. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ether statistics [line <line>] [detail] Options Display all the statistics. line <line>...

  • Page 390

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example Example of executing XG0224 #show ether statistics line 1 [ETHER PORT-1 STATISTICS] [Input Statistics] Octets ---(1) bits/sec ---(2) Frames ---(3) frames/sec ---(4) Unicast ---(5) frames/sec ---(6) Multicast ---(7) frames/sec ---(8)

  • Page 391

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution example when detail of XG0224 (Giga port) is specified # show ether statistics line 1 detail [ETHER PORT-1 STATISTICS] [Input Statistics] Octets bits/sec Frames frames/sec Unicast frames/sec Multicast frames/sec Broadcast frames/sec...

  • Page 392

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) [Input Detail Statistics] Frame size frames frames/sec ---(52) 65-127 ---(53) 128-255 ---(54) 256-511 ---(55) 512-1023 ---(56) 1024-1518 ---(57) 1519-2047 ---(58) 2048-4095 ---(59) 4096-9216 ---(60) [Output Detail Statistics] Frame size frames frames/sec...

  • Page 393

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) [Output Statistics] Octets bits/sec Frames frames/sec Unicast Multicast frames/sec Broadcast frames/sec Pause frames Mac Control frames Discards DelayExceededDiscards Internal Discards Queue Full Discards Errors FCSErrors FragmentErrors CarrierSenseErrors ExcessiveCollisions LateCollisions InternalCellErrors SingleCollisionFrames...

  • Page 394

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example (XG0448) XG0448(config)# show ether statistics line 1 [ETHER PORT-1 STATISTICS] [Input Statistics] Octets ---(1) bits/sec ---(2) Frames ---(3) frames/sec ---(4) Unicast ---(5) frames/sec ---(6) Multicast ---(7) frames/sec ---(8) Broadcast ---(9)

  • Page 395

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Example of executing internal connection port of XG0448 XG0448(config)# show ether statistics line 1c1 [INTERNAL CONNECTION PORT-1 STATISTICS] Packets from : line 1 to 24 ---(40) : line 51 to 52 ---(41)

  • Page 396

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution example when detail of XG0448 (Giga port) is specified # show ether statistics line 1 detail [ETHER PORT-1 STATISTICS] [Input Statistics] Octets bits/sec Frames frames/sec Unicast frames/sec Multicast frames/sec Broadcast frames/sec...

  • Page 397

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) [Input Detail Statistics] Frame size frames frames/sec 65-127 128-255 256-511 512-1023 1024-1518 1519-2047 2048-4095 4096-9216 [Output Detail Statistics] Frame size frames frames/sec 65-127 128-255 256-511 512-1023 1024-1518 1519-2047 2048-4095 4096-9216 Execution example when detail of XG0448 (10Giga port) is specified...

  • Page 398

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) [Output Statistics] Octets bits/sec Frames frames/sec Unicast Multicast frames/sec Broadcast frames/sec Pause frames Mac Control frames Discards DelayExceededDiscards Internal Discards Queue Full Discards Errors FCSErrors FragmentErrors CarrierSenseErrors ExcessiveCollisions LateCollisions InternalCellErrors SingleCollisionFrames...

  • Page 399

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Number of broadcast frames received per second (Frames/sec.) Number of received PAUSE frames (MAC control frames) Number of discarded frames out of all the received frames Number of received shortsized frames (less than 64 bytes)

  • Page 400

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The following information is displayed only for an internal connected port of XG0448 External port in which it belongs to internal, connected port Opposed internal, connected port. The counter of an internal, connected port becomes a frame that has been forwarded from the Giga/10Giga port with the value to which the header for an internal control in 12 bytes is added.

  • Page 401

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Number of frames (with data size of 4096 to 9216 bytes) received and number of frame (with data size of 4096 to 9216 bytes) received per second (Frames/sec.) Number of frames (with 64 byte data size) sent and number of frame (with 64 byte data size) sent per second (Frames/sec.)

  • Page 402

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Example of executing 10Giga port of XG2600 # show ether statistics line 1 [ETHER PORT-1 STATISTICS] [Input Statistics] Octets : 1493377360 ---(1) bits/sec ---(2) Frames : 6706618 ---(3) frames/sec ---(4) Unicast : 6704279...

  • Page 403

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Example of executing m1 port of XG2600 (management port) # show ether statistics line m1 [ETHER PORT-1 STATISTICS] [Input Statistics] Octets : 148231 bits/sec : 511 Frames : 897 frames/sec Unicast : 45...

  • Page 404

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Number of received PAUSE frames (MAC control frames) Number of discarded frames out of all the received frames Number of received shortsized frames (less than 64 bytes) Number of frames in which FCS error is detected in 64 data size bytes or more...

  • Page 405

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Number of FCS error frame transmissions of 64 data size bytes or more The number of frames in which the error detection is done to the "cut-through" mode in the reception port after it begins to transmit and the transmission discontinuance is done is contained.

  • Page 406

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution example when detail of XG2600 (10Giga port) is specified # show ether statistics line 1 detail [ETHER PORT-1 STATISTICS] [Input Statistics] Octets : 1493377360 bits/sec Frames : 6706618 frames/sec Unicast : 6704279...

  • Page 407

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Number of frame sending and receiving of (with data size of 65 to 127 bytes) data size bytes. And, it is numerical of the frame sending and receiving of (with data size of 65 to 127 bytes) size of data a second bytes. (frames/sec) Number of frame sending and receiving of (with data size of 128 to 255 bytes) data size bytes.

  • Page 408: Show Ether Media-info

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.20.1.4 show ether media-info Function Display Media information of Ethernet physical port Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ether media-info [line <line>] Options Display the information of all SFP+,CX4 ports and SFP ports line <line>...

  • Page 409

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example (XG2600) # show ether media-info Port media type Vendor PN ---- ---------- ---------------- (1) (2) SFP+(SR) FTLX8571D3BCL SFP+(SR) FTLX8571D3BCL SFP+(SR) FTLX8571D3BCL SFP+(SR) FTLX8571D3BCL SFP+(SR) FTLX8571D3BCL SFP+(SR) FTLX8571D3BCL SFP+(SR) FTLX8571D3BCL SFP+(SR)

  • Page 410: Show Ether Utilization

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.20.1.5 show ether utilization Function Display the usage ratio (or utilization) information of Ethernet physical ports. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ether utilization Options Display the utilization information of all Ethernet ports.

  • Page 411

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example (XG0448) # show ether utilization Port TX/sec Util RX/sec Util ------ ---------- ------- ---------- ------- Execution Example (XG2600) # show ether utilization Port TX/sec Util RX/sec Util ------ ---------- -------...

  • Page 412: Show Ether Queue

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.20.1.6 show ether queue Function Display the number of packets placed in the COS queue of Ethernet physical ports. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ether queue [line <line>] Options Display the number of packets placed in the COS queue of all ports.

  • Page 413

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example Execution Example (XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600) # show ether queue [ETHER PORT-1] CoS Queue 0 ---(1) CoS Queue 1 CoS Queue 2 : 238 CoS Queue 3 CoS Queue 4...

  • Page 414: Ethernet Counter, Log, And Statistics Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.20.2 Ethernet Counter, Log, and Statistics Clear Commands This section explains the commands related to Ethernet counter, log, statistics, and statistics clear commands. 5.20.2.1 clear ether statistics Function Clear the statistics of Ethernet physical ports.

  • Page 415: Usb Connection Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.21 USB connection Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains about USB connection Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands. 5.21.1 USB connection Counter, Log, and Statistics Clear Commands This section explains commands related to USB connection Counter, Log, and Statistics Clear Commands.

  • Page 416: Show Usb Storage Status

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.21.1.2 show usb storage status Function Displays USB mass storage controller status. Available Model XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show usb storage status Options Use Mode Operation mode (user class /admin class/CE class)

  • Page 417

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference USB device controller status Status is displayed via the following messages: Uninit: not initialized Initializing [1/2] (Set configuration) Initializing [2/2] (Get max lun) Get device specs [1/5] (Test unit ready) Get device specs [2/5] (Inquiry)

  • Page 418

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Request sense code When an error is detected by the USB device the error data established on the USB device is displayed. Vendor Vendor information for the USB device is displayed. Product Product information for the USB device is displayed.

  • Page 419: Lacp Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.22 LACP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains the commands related to LACP. 5.22.1 LACP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains the commands related to LACP counter, log, statistics, and status display commands.

  • Page 420

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Port number Indicates that the information display at the right side is for this device (Actor) or the remote device (Partner). Indicates that the LACP mode is active or passive. The passive is displayed if the valid LACP remote system information has not been obtained.

  • Page 421: Show Lacp Statistics

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.22.1.2 show lacp statistics Function Display the LACP statistics. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show lacp statistics Options Display all statistics. Use Mode Operation mode (user class/admin class) Configuration mode (admin class) Explanation Display the LACP statistics.

  • Page 422: Lacp Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.22.2 LACP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Clear Commands This section explains the commands related to LACP counter, log, statistics, and status clear commands. 5.22.2.1 clear lacp statistics Function Clear the LACP statistics.

  • Page 423: M1 Port Status Display Command

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.23 M1 port Status Display command This section explains the commands related to oob. 5.23.1 M1 port Status Display command This section explains the commands related to M1 port Status Display command.

  • Page 424: Interface Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.24 Interface Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains the commands related to the interface. 5.24.1 Interface Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains the commands related to interface counter, log, statistics, and status display commands.

  • Page 425

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Interface name MTU size Interface flag Type The interface type is displayed by any of the following character strings. port vlan : Port VLAN protocol vlan : Protocol VLAN loopback : Loopback interface VLAN ID: The VLAN ID is displayed.

  • Page 426: Show Interface Brief

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.24.1.2 show interface brief Function Display the interface information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax Display interface information briefly. Options Display all interfaces briefly. interface <interface_name> Display the specified interface briefly.

  • Page 427: Show Interface Summary

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.24.1.3 show interface summary Function Display the number of interface entries (the interface summary). Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show interface summary Options Use Mode Operation mode (user class/admin class)

  • Page 428: Arp Entry Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.25 ARP Entry Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains the commands related to ARP entry. 5.25.1 ARP Entry Display Commands This section explains the commands related to ARP entry. 5.25.1.1 show arp Function Display the ARP entries.

  • Page 429

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference An entry type is displayed. The details are as follows. P: A permanent entry Rest The time to live of the ARP entry is indicated in seconds. For the permanent entry, "perm" is shown.

  • Page 430: Arp Entry Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.25.2 ARP Entry Clear Commands This section explains the commands related to ARP entry clear. 5.25.2.1 clear arp Function Clear the ARP entries. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax clear arp [<ip_address>] Options Clear all ARP entries.

  • Page 431: Routing Table Entry Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.26 Routing Table Entry Display Commands This section explains the commands related to routing table. 5.26.1 IPv4 Routing Table Entry Display Commands This section explains the commands related to the IPv4 routing table counter, log, statistics, and status display commands.

  • Page 432

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example Display of the entire route information # show ip route all Destination/Mask Gateway Distance UpTime Interface --- --------------- -------------- -------- -------- --------- 192.168.10.0/24 192.168.10.50 00:00:01 lan0 192.168.11.0/24 192.168.10.20 00:00:01 lan0 The kernel flag and the protocol type are displayed.

  • Page 433: Show Ip Route Summary

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.26.1.2 show ip route summary Function Display the number of routing table information entries. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ip route summary [all] Options Display the number of route information sets that have been registered on the routing table.

  • Page 434: Show Ip Route Kernel

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.26.1.3 show ip route kernel Function Display the routing table of the IP kernel. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ip route kernel show ip route kernel longest-match <ip_address>...

  • Page 435

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Flag : The entry type is displayed. The details are as follows. U (Up): Indicates that the route is enabled. G (Gateway): Indicates the route which requires an intermediate routing such as gateway.

  • Page 436: Ipv6 Routing Table Entry Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.26.2 IPv6 Routing Table Entry Display Commands This section explains the commands related to IPv6 routing table. 5.26.2.1 show ipv6 route Function Display IPv6 routing table information Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600...

  • Page 437

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The kernel flag and the protocol type are displayed. The following shows the kernel flags that may be displayed. : Indicates the route registered in the IPv6 kernel. Blank : Indicates the route not registered in the IPv6 kernel.

  • Page 438: Show Ipv6 Route Summary

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.26.2.2 show ipv6 route summary Function Display number of routes registered in IPv6 routing table Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ipv6 route summary [all] Options Display number of routes registered in IPv6 routing table...

  • Page 439: Show Ipv6 Route Kernel

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.26.2.3 show ipv6 route kernel Function Display routing table of IPv6 kernel Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ipv6 route kernel show ipv6 route kernel summary Options Display the current entry of IPv6 kernel routing table longest-match <ipv6_address>...

  • Page 440

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Destination/Masklen The destination network address and the mask value are displayed. If routed via the host, no mask value is displayed. Gateway: The gateway address is displayed. The direct route indicates the MAC address of the gateway. If the...

  • Page 441: Show Ipv6 Ra Default-router-list

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.26.2.4 show ipv6 ra default-router-list Function Display default router list Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ipv6 ra default-router-list Options Display default router list Use Mode Operation mode (user class/admin class)

  • Page 442: Show Ipv6 Ra Prefix-list

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.26.2.5 show ipv6 ra prefix-list Function Display prefix list Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show ipv6 ra prefix-list Options Display prefix list Use Mode Operation mode (user class/admin class)

  • Page 443: Packet Statistics Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.27 Packet Statistics Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains the commands related to packet statistics information. 5.27.1 IPv4 Packet Statistics Display Commands This section explains the commands related to IPv4 packet statistics display.

  • Page 444

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example # show ip traffic tcp: 170 packets sent 145 data packets (29694 bytes) 1 data packet (18 bytes) retransmitted 0 resends initiated by MTU discovery 19 ack-only packets (10 delayed)

  • Page 445

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (continued) 26 datagrams output 467 total packets received 0 bad header checksums 0 with size smaller than minimum 0 with data size < data length 0 with ip length > max ip packet size 0 with header length <...

  • Page 446: Ipv4 Packet Statistics Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.27.2 IPv4 Packet Statistics Clear Commands This section explains the commands related to IPv4 packet statistics clearing. 5.27.2.1 clear ip traffic Function Clear the IP-related statistics. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600...

  • Page 447: Ipv6 Packet Statistics Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.27.3 IPv6 Packet Statistics Display Commands This section explains the commands related to IPv6 packet statistics display. 5.27.3.1 show ipv6 traffic Function Display IPv6 packets statistics information Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600...

  • Page 448

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) 0 connection requests 0 connection accepts 0 bad connection attempts 0 connections established (including accepts) 0 connections closed (including 0 drops) 0 embryonic connections dropped 0 segments updated rtt (of 0 attempts)

  • Page 449

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) icmp6: 0 calls to icmp6_error 0 errors not generated because old message was icmp6 error or so 0 errors not generated because rate limitation Output histogram: echo: 5 echo reply: 5...

  • Page 450: Ipv6 Packet Statistics Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.27.4 IPv6 Packet Statistics Clear Commands This section explains the commands related to IPv6 packet statistics clearing. 5.27.4.1 clear ipv6 traffic Function Clear IPv6 packet statistics information Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600...

  • Page 451: Bridge Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.28 Bridge Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains the commands related to bridge. 5.28.1 Bridge Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains the commands related to bridge counter, log, statistics, and status display.

  • Page 452

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Status of learning table One of the following is displayed. : Dynamic learning table : Static learning table Display of learning table assignment #show bridge summary Registered station blocks : --- (1)

  • Page 453: Bridge Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.28.2 Bridge Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Clear Commands This section explains the commands related to bridge counter, log, statistics, and status clearing. 5.28.2.1 clear bridge Function Initialize the dynamically learned MAC address from the learning table.

  • Page 454: Spanning Tree Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.28.3 Spanning Tree Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains the commands related to spanning tree counter, log, statistics, and status display. 5.28.3.1 show spanning-tree Function Display the spanning tree information.

  • Page 455

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example Display of all spanning tree information in a simple format # show spanning-tree Spanning tree enabled protocol IEEE Root ID Priority 32768 ---(1) Address 00:00:e2:08:57:89 ---(2) Cost 200000 ---(3) Port...

  • Page 456

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Configuration BPDU send interval The configuration BPDU send interval (in seconds) is displayed. Maximum wait time The maximum wait time (in seconds) of configuration BPDUs is displayed. Maximum forwarding delay time The maximum forwarding delay time (in seconds) is displayed.

  • Page 457

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Display of spanning tree information of the root bridge # show spanning-tree root Root ID Priority 32768 ---(1) Address 00:00:e2:08:57:89 ---(2) Cost 200000 ---(3) Port 1 (eth1) ---(4) Hello Time 2 sec...

  • Page 458

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference BPDU forwarding function The BPDU forwarding function (on or off) defined on this device is displayed. STP operation mode The STP operation mode (disable/stp/rstp/mstp) of this device is displayed. Display of only spanning tree information of the active interface...

  • Page 459

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) BPDU statistics: Config BPDU: sent 292, sent error 0 --------- ------------ (13) (14) received 0, discarded 0 ----------- ----------- (15) (16) TCN BPDU: sent 0, sent error 0 ------ ------------ (17)

  • Page 460

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Designated bridge priority The priority of the designated bridge is displayed. MAC address of designated bridge The MAC address of the designated bridge is displayed. Designated port ID The designated port ID (the port priority and port number) is displayed.

  • Page 461

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Display of spanning tree information of the specified interface # show spanning-tree interface 1 eth1 is Forwarding Port Version 0(STP) ------------------ ------------------- Port path cost 200000(auto), Port priority 128, Port Identifier 128.1...

  • Page 462

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Port role One of the following is displayed for the port role. Disabled : The STP is disabled. Root : Root port Designated : Designated port Blocking : Blocking port Alternate : Alternate port (It is displayed only when RSTP or MSTP is active.) Backup : Backup port (It is displayed only when RSTP or MSTP is active.)

  • Page 463

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference To display all spanning tree information in detail # show spanning-tree detail IEEE compatible spanning tree protocol is being executed. Bridge Identifier has priority 32768, address 00:0b:5d:89:00:aa ------------------------------------ ------------------------- Configured hello time 2, max age 20, forward delay 15...

  • Page 464

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) Other statistics: changed to forwarding state 1 (37) eth2 is Forwarding Port Version 0(STP) STP-Compatible(-) ------------------ ------------------- ----------------- (10) (11) (36) Port path cost 200000(auto), Port priority 128, Port Identifier 128.2...

  • Page 465

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Root port The interface name of the root port is displayed. If this device operates as the root bridge, the root port (Item (8)) and root path cost (Item (9)) are not displayed. Only the following message is displayed.

  • Page 466

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Designated port path cost The path cost of the designated port is displayed. Number of configuration BPDU send times The number of configuration BPDU send times is displayed. Number of configuration BPDU send error times The number of configuration BPDU send error times is displayed.

  • Page 467: Show Spanning-tree Instance

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.28.3.2 show spanning-tree instance Function Display the spanning tree information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show spanning-tree instance <instance_id> [detail] Options <instance_id> Display the spanning tree information of the specified instance only.

  • Page 468

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) Interface Port ID Cost Status(Role) Sent Designated Bridge ID Received --------------- -------- ----------- ----------------------- ---------- eth1 128.1 20000* Forwarding(Root) ---- ----- ------- ----------------- (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) 128.1 0 00:00:e2:08:57:89...

  • Page 469

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Maximum wait time (in seconds) The maximum wait time (in seconds) of configuration BPDUs is displayed. Maximum forwarding delay time (in seconds) The maximum forwarding delay time (in seconds) is displayed. Remaining hop count from root bridge The remaining hop count from the root bridge is displayed.

  • Page 470

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Number of BPDU send times The number of BPDU send times (the total value of all BPDU types) is displayed. Port ID of designated bridge The port ID of the designated bridge is displayed.

  • Page 471

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Disabled : The STP is disabled. Discarding : The port is in the discarding state (it is displayed only when RSTP or MSTP is active). Blocking : The port is in the blocking state.

  • Page 472

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Display of detailed spanning tree information of instance 0 # show spanning-tree instance 0 detail MSTP Configuration Information Region Name : region1 Revision Level : 0 Instance ID 1 Vlans 20-30 Root ID...

  • Page 473

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) BPDU statistics: Config BPDU: sent 141, sent error 0 -------- ------------ (16) (17) received 138, discarded 1 ------------ ----------- (18) (19) TCN BPDU: sent 0, sent error 0 ------ ------------ (20)

  • Page 474

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Port role One of the following is displayed for the port role. Disabled : The STP is disabled. Root : Root port Designated : Designated port Blocking : Blocking port Alternate : Master port...

  • Page 475

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Number of TCN BPDU send times The number of TCN BPDU send times is displayed. Number of TCN BPDU send error times The number of TCN BPDU send error times is displayed.

  • Page 476

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Display of detailed spanning tree information of the specified instance other than instance 0 # show spanning-tree instance 1 detail MSTP Configuration Information Region Name : region1 Revision Level : 0 Instance ID 1...

  • Page 477

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Interface name and port status of the specified instance One of the following is displayed for the port status of the specified instance. Disabled : The STP is disabled. Discarding : The port is in the discarding state (it is displayed only when RSTP or MSTP is active).

  • Page 478

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Port processing type of the specified instance One of the following is displayed for the port processing type to be set by the sent or received BPDU. Disabled : Disabled port Aged...

  • Page 479: Spanning Tree Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.28.4 Spanning Tree Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Clear Commands This section explains the commands related to spanning tree counter, log, statistics, and status clearing. 5.28.4.1 clear spanning-tree statistics Function Clear the statistics relating to the spanning tree.

  • Page 480: Lldp Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.29 LLDP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains about commands related to LLDP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands. 5.29.1 LLDP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains about commands related to LLDP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands.

  • Page 481

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example # show lldp Send Interval Time : 30 seconds ---(1) Send Hold Count : 4 times ---(2) Send Delay : 2 seconds ---(3) Reinit Delay : 2 seconds ---(4) Notification Interval Time...

  • Page 482

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) [PORT 8] Configuration Mode : send Send LLDPDU size : 179 octets Chassis ID : subtype=4(MAC) info=00:0b:5d:fd:05:b2ц Port ID : subtype=5(ifName) info="8" Time To Live(TTL) : 120 seconds Port Description : info="EthernetPort(ether8)"...

  • Page 483

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference LLDP send information Setting value by lldp info command : Send Port Description TLV : Send System Name TLV : Send System Description TLV : Send System Capabilities TLV : Send Management Address TLV : disable IEEE802.1 LLDP send information...

  • Page 484

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference System Capabilities information Value which is sent with System Capabilities TLV info= : Available function enabled= : Enabled function Bridge : Bridge functon Router : Router function When system-description is disabled by lldp info command, this value is not displayed.

  • Page 485

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Maximum Frame length Size Value which is sent with IEEE802.3 Maximum Frame Size TLV When maximum-frame-size is disabled by lldp info command, this value is not displayed. SNMP Notification Trap SNMP Notification Trap setting...

  • Page 486: Show Lldp Summary

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.29.1.2 show lldp summary Function Display LLDP summary information Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show lldp summary Options Use Mode Operation mode (user class/admin class) Configuration mode (admin class)

  • Page 487

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example # show lldp neighbors Port Neighbor Counts ---- --------------- # show lldp neighbors port 1-2 detail [PORT 1] ---(1) Neighbor Counts : 1 ---(2) Neighbor 1 ---(3) Chassis ID : subtype=4(MAC) info=02:00:0e:d1:47:80...

  • Page 488

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Port description information Value which is sent with Port Description TLV System name informationiweowqerwuwqurwqrqwr Value which is received with System Name TLV System description information Value which is received with System Description TLV...

  • Page 489: Show Lldp Statistics

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.29.1.4 show lldp statistics Function Display LLDP statistics information Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show lldp statistics [port <portlist>] [detail] Options Display LLDP statistics information of all ports which LLDP function is enabled in port <portlist>...

  • Page 490

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference # show lldp statistics detail [Neighbor tables statistics] Last changed time : Wed Feb 13 16:09:01 2008 ---(1) Tables inserts ---(2) Tables deletes ---(3) Tables drops ---(4) Tables ageouts ---(5) [PORT 1] ---(6)

  • Page 491: Lldp Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.29.2 LLDP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Clear Commands This section explains about commands related to LLDP Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Clear Commands. 5.29.2.1 clear lldp neighbors Function Clear LLDP neighbor information...

  • Page 492: Vlan Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.30 VLAN Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains the commands related to VLAN. 5.30.1 VLAN Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains the commands related to VLAN counter, log, statistics, and status display.

  • Page 493

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example # show vlan Interface Type Description ---- ---------------- ------------ -------- ----------------------- ether5 untagged port default ether6 untagged ether7 dot1q-tagged port linkaggregation1 dot1q-tagged ether8 untagged port v100 ether13 untagged protocol v200...

  • Page 494: Show Vlan Brief

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Tag type untagged : Untagged vlan dot1q-tagged : Tagged vlan VLAN type : Port VLAN ipv4 : IPv4 protocol VLAN ipv6 : IPv6 protocol VLAN : FNA protocol VLAN protocol : Protocol VLAN...

  • Page 495: Qos Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.31 QoS Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains commands related to COS queue. 5.31.1 COS Queue Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains commands related to COS queue counter, log, statistics, and status display.

  • Page 496: Show Qos Prioritymap

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.31.1.2 show qos prioritymap Function Display the correspondence between the COS value and storage queue for a packet. Available Model XG2600 Syntax show qos prioritymap [line <line>] Options Display the relationship between packet COS values and their storage queues of all ports.

  • Page 497: Ssh Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.32 SSH Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains about commands related to SSH. 5.32.1 SSH Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains about commands related to SSH counter, log, statistics, and status display commands.

  • Page 498

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Execution Example Display of the DSA public key # show ssh server key dsa ssh-dss AzaCJB5CpVUXI1LXjzNVo1kt/LHGhWlOleJQDj11tGeeAAAFKoNjMatP i8JWtZhrgldtxVVmBAIAB3Nc3MAAAAAkgFa0nu7HMPdQAAAIA4sIwVzNfTpxNtjJ Qx1gJHrDjybKeBMmpnJ/RtGTJfvZW5T/aDc/aoB7PdF+appeXx9U8FsQF+EaMNfq P3lK2u3XAEoAzLa0JQCo6VjoDQh15YIzKFo2AVaK4lCeS3q81q8A4+jttJ0Dt0U0 rVucQoOq+BdIgaCMDuaqmJQAotGvZvZQ/RMTSh6pMh+z9DdB1DLnPNxEyt61Sftz Vk+rjgZ29In2V7ai4yuOfIhNL61ybOrrfoZ9YQW4P9rJuDxhvn2xvZQ/RMTSh6pM 6WIwA9mlzAst/YBxbb9JcO7uPVhN8M624q8yKsQaMClW1AAAWOO+ZkaqccWLy9GU xPksjfC+N7O22akmykT8V6iMh4+7iAIBJYE6pWpsQU5nFP9rJuDx5R/QV4Ql77od 96vNtgwv/hSseRFjyqrGxKewMb11FNjzWSAUyzW0p+GLR/mqBCFavMRl4toxEsP3 UDNRpGpFdw== root@localhost --- (1) The DSA public key for host authentication of this device...

  • Page 499: Igmp Snooping Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.33 IGMP Snooping Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains commands related to IGMP snooping. 5.33.1 IGMP Snooping Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains commands related to IGMP snooping counter, log, statistics, and status display.

  • Page 500: Show Igmpsnoop Mrouter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.33.1.2 show igmpsnoop mrouter Function Display the multicast router port information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show igmpsnoop mrouter [<vidlist>] Options Display information about all VLANs with the valid IGMP snooping.

  • Page 501: Show Igmpsnoop Reporter

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.33.1.3 show igmpsnoop reporter Function Display the multicast listener information. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show igmpsnoop reporter [<vidlist>] Options Display information about all VLANs with the valid IGMP snooping.

  • Page 502: Show Igmpsnoop Statistics

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.33.1.4 show igmpsnoop statistics Function Display the IGMP snooping statistics. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show igmpsnoop statistics [<vidlist>] Options Display information about all VLANs with the valid IGMP snooping.

  • Page 503

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Number of received IGMP Leave packets Number of registration times of group address entries Number of deletion times of group address entries Number of header received checksum error packets of IGMP packet...

  • Page 504: Igmp Snooping Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.33.2 IGMP Snooping Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Clear Commands This section explains commands related to IGMP snooping counter, log, statistics, and status clear. 5.33.2.1 clear igmpsnoop statistics Function Clear the IGMP snooping statistics.

  • Page 505: Clear Igmpsnoop Group

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.33.2.2 clear igmpsnoop group Function Clear the IGMP snooping entries. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax clear igmpsnoop group <vid> <address> Options <vid> Specify an ID of VLAN with the entries to clear. If "all" is specified, all VLANs are selected.

  • Page 506: Loopdetection Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.34 Loopdetection Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains about commands related to Loopdetection. 5.34.1 Loopdetection Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands 5.34.1.1 show loopdetect Function Displays loop detection status.

  • Page 507

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Loop detection status undetected : Loop has not been detected. detected : Loop has been detected (the loop detection frame sent by this port has been received by a port on this device).

  • Page 508: Aaa Status Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.35 AAA Status Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains about commands related to AAA status display. 5.35.1 AAA Status Display Commands This section explains commands related to AAA status display.

  • Page 509: Nettime (time/sntp) Server And Client Statistics Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.36 NETTIME (time/sntp) Server and Client Statistics Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains about commands related to NETTIME statistics information. 5.36.1 NETTIME (time/sntp) Statistics Display Commands This section explains commands related to NETTIME (time/sntp) statistics information display.

  • Page 510: Show Nettime Statistics

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.36.1.2 show nettime statistics Function Display the statistics with the NETTIME (time/sntp) function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show nettime statistics [<mode> [<protocol>]] Options Display all the currently operating device information.

  • Page 511

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference No option If options are omitted, all NETTIME information running on this device is displayed. # show nettime statistics NETTIME server statistics information: [sntp udp] 0 received synchronized request --- (1) received invalid packet...

  • Page 512

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference • server Total number of received synchronized request packets Total number of invalid packets among the synchronized request packets of Item Total number of discarded synchronized request packets due to the out of...

  • Page 513: Nettime (time/sntp) Statistics Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.36.2 NETTIME (time/sntp) Statistics Clear Commands This section explains commands related to NETTIME (time/sntp) statistics information display. 5.36.2.1 clear nettime statistics Function Clear the NETTIME (time/sntp) statistics. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax clear nettime statistics [<mode>]...

  • Page 514: Proxydns Statistics Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.37 ProxyDNS Statistics Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains commands related to proxyDNS statistics information. 5.37.1 ProxyDNS Statistics Display Commands This section explains commands related to proxyDNS statistics information display.

  • Page 515

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Number of packets discarded by the URL filtering function Number of packets discarded due to insufficient header length ProxyDNS Statistics Display and Clear Operation Commands...

  • Page 516: Proxydns Statistics Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.37.2 ProxyDNS Statistics Clear Commands This section explains commands related to proxyDNS statistics information clear. 5.37.2.1 clear proxydns statistics Function Clear the ProxyDNS statistics. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax...

  • Page 517: Snmp Statistics Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.38 SNMP Statistics Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains about commands related to SNMP statistic information. 5.38.1 SNMP Statistics Display Commands This section explains commands related to the SNMP statistic information display.

  • Page 518

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Total number of SNMP received messages of the unused community Total number of received messages that indicate the operations not allowed in the community Total number of received messages with ASN.1 errors...

  • Page 519: Snmp Statistics Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.38.2 SNMP Statistics Clear Commands This section explains commands related to the SNMP statistic clearing. 5.38.2.1 clear snmp statistics Function Clear the SNMP statistics. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax...

  • Page 520: Ethernet L3 Monitor Function Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Display And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.39 Ethernet L3 Monitor Function Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display and Clear Operation Commands This section explains about commands related to Ethernet L3 monitor function. 5.39.1 Ethernet L3 Monitor Function Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Display Commands This section explains about commands related to Ethernet L3 monitor function counter, log, statistics, and status display.

  • Page 521: Show Icmpwatch Statistics

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The address to be monitored Link aggregation group number 5.39.1.2 show icmpwatch statistics Function Display the statistics of Ethernet L3 monitor function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax show icmpwatch statistics Options Display all statistics.

  • Page 522: Ethernet L3 Monitor Function Counter, Log, Statistics, And Status Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.39.2 Ethernet L3 Monitor Function Counter, Log, Statistics, and Status Clear Commands This section explains about commands related to Ether L3 monitor function counter, log, statistics, and status clearing. 5.39.2.1 clear icmpwatch statistics Function Clear the statistics of Ethernet L3 monitor function.

  • Page 523: Login Information Operations And Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.40 Login Information Operations and Display Commands This section explains about commands related to Login information. 5.40.1 Login Information Display Commands This section explains the display command related to Login information. 5.40.1.1 show users Function Display the login information.

  • Page 524

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The user class If the line isn't used, "-" is displayed. The Remote Host The Host Ip address that the user login from. The date of login or logout. The idle time for the line.

  • Page 525: Login Information Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.40.2 Login Information Operation Commands This section explains the operation command related to Login information. 5.40.2.1 clear line Function Logout user forcibly. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax clear line <line_number>...

  • Page 526: Socket Status Display Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.41 Socket Status Display Commands This section explains about commands related to socket status display. 5.41.1 Socket Status Display Commands This section explains commands related to socket status display. 5.41.1.1 show socket Function Display the socket status.

  • Page 527

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference (Continued) *.68 *.68 *.68 *.68 *.68 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 *.67 127.0.0.1.2645 *.67 *.53 *.67 127.0.0.1.52000 *.67 *.67 127.0.0.1.2642 *.37 *.67 127.0.0.1.2639 127.0.0.1.2638...

  • Page 528

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Remote address and port number The remote address and its port number are displayed. If omitted, an asterisk (*) is displayed instead. Internal status of protocol For TCP protocol, one of the following is displayed.

  • Page 529: Trace Show And Clear Operation Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.42 Trace Show and Clear Operation Commands This section explains about commands related to trace information. 5.42.1 Trace Show Commands This section explains about commands related to trace show. 5.42.1.1 show trace ssh Function Show the information traced by the SSH server function.

  • Page 530

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Thread name The thread name is displayed. Trace dump time The trace dump time is displayed. Trace information The trace information is displayed. Trace Show and Clear Operation Commands...

  • Page 531: Trace Clear Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.42.2 Trace Clear Commands This section explains about commands related to trace clear. 5.42.2.1 clear trace ssh Function Clear the information traced by the SSH server function. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600...

  • Page 532: Ethernet Port Control Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.43 Ethernet Port Control Commands This section explains about commands related to Ethernet port control. 5.43.1 Ethernet Port Control Commands This section explains commands related to Ethernet port control. 5.43.1.1 offline Function Offline the Ethernet ports.

  • Page 533: Online

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.43.1.2 online Function Execute connecting or unblocking. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax online ether [<port>] Options ether Online all ports. ether <port> Online the specified ports. When setting multiple port numbers, separate them with commas (,).

  • Page 534: Radius Control Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.44 RADIUS Control Commands This section explains commands related to RADIUS control. 5.44.1 RADIUS Control Commands This section explains RADIUS control commands. 5.44.1.1 radius recovery Function Recover the RADIUS server. Available Model...

  • Page 535: Usb Port Control Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.45 USB Port Control Commands This section explains about commands related to USB Port Control Commands. 5.45.1 USB Port Control Commands 5.45.1.1 usbctl Function Disables or enables USB ports. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax usbctl <mode>...

  • Page 536: I'm Here Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.46 I’m here Commands This section explains about "I’m here" commands. 5.46.1 I’m here Commands 5.46.1.1 iamhere Function Blink the READY LED and the CHECK LED alternately. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax iamhere <mode>...

  • Page 537: Other Commands

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.47 Other Commands This section explains commands not previously covered. 5.47.1 Other Commands This section explains other commands. 5.47.1.1 ping Function Sends ICMP echo request packets. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax ping <ip_address>...

  • Page 538

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference tos <hex> • TOS value Specifies the TOS value as a hexadecimal value in the range of 0x00 to 0xff. Default is 0x00. Only valid for IPv4. ttl <dec> • TTL value Specifies the TTL value as a decimal value in the range of 0 to 255.

  • Page 539: Traceroute

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.47.1.2 traceroute Function Displays network route. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax traceroute <ip_address> [ source <src_ip_address> ] [ size <data_size> ] [ timeout <timeout> ] [ mpls] [ df ] Syntax traceroute <host_name>...

  • Page 540

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Explanation Displays network route. Displays the route to the specified host (IP address or host name) by sending test packets to the host with the time-to-live value in the IP datagram header set to 1 at first, then incrementally increasing by 1, and analyzing the ICMP time exceeded packets and ICMP destination unreachable packets received.

  • Page 541: Telnet

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.47.1.3 telnet Function Connects to a telnet server. Available Model XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Syntax telnet <host> [<port>] [{ipv4|ipv6}] [escape {<char>|none}] [srcaddr <srcaddr>] [tos <tos>] Options <host> Target host (telnet server), specified in the format below.

  • Page 542

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Explanation Allows connection to and remote operation of a host/router running a telnet server. If the telnet server demands the following information, enter the information for this device as listed within the parentheses.

  • Page 543: Effect By "commit" Command Execution

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference 5.48 Effect by "commit" Command Execution The effects of running the commit command after changing the configuration via configuration commands are described for each command below. In addition, modification/addition/deletion of each configuration command has the same effect.

  • Page 544

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Type Command Name Effect of "commit" VLAN vlan name vlan protocol (1) *1 *5 *6:XG2600 (1) *1:XG0224/XG0448 vlan forward (1) *1 vlan description vlan igmpsnoop (1) *1 vlan macfilter (6):XG2600 (1):XG0224/XG0448 vlan ip6filter...

  • Page 545

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference Type Command Name Effect of "commit" (6)*6:XG2600 (1):XG0224/XG0448 Device snmp syslog time proxydns host password format password admin set password user set password aaa password authtype schedule resource (4):XG0224/XG0448 watchdog service consoleinfo...

  • Page 546

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 5 Command Reference The port which is set to be target port, is used for monitoring function only, and can not be used for forwarding. Forwarding frames is interrupted briefly. The registered learning table may be deleted.

  • Page 547: Chapter 6 Managing The Device

    Chapter 6 Managing the Device This chapter describes the Managing the Device. Verifying the Device Operations ........... . . 548 6.1.1 Verifying Hardware Status.

  • Page 548: Verifying The Device Operations

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Verifying the Device Operations This chapter describes the management of the device. • Hardware status • System status • Log messages 6.1.1 Verifying Hardware Status Verify the status of hardware by entering the "show system status"...

  • Page 549

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device When a SFP+ Card is installed. # show system status Current-time : Wed Dec 10 06:03:04 2008 ---(1) Startup-time : Wed Dec 10 06:02:19 2008 ---(2) restart_cause : reset ---(3) machine_state...

  • Page 550

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device NORMAL : The temperature is normal. HIGHWARNING : The device changes to a high temperature state. HIGHALARM : Thermal alarm occurs in the device. UNKNOWN : There are three following states.

  • Page 551

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device restart_cause Cause for the system startup. The following system startup causes are displayed: power on : The power has been turned on. reset : The reset command has been issued. reset switch : The [RESET] switch has been pressed.

  • Page 552

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device slot2_temp temperature around Expansion Card (SLOT2). At the time of three following states, "--" is displayed. The Expantion Card without Thermal Sensor is installed. (CX4) The Invalid Expantion Card is installed.

  • Page 553

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device access_direction Direction where a device is installed in. front access : The device should be installed forward. rear access : The device should be installed backward. power_redundancy State of the redundant power unit.

  • Page 554

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device The following example shows the information that is displayed when the "show ether media-info" command is entered. Execution Example Execution Example (XG0224) # show ether media-info Port media type Vendor PN...

  • Page 555

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Media information The type of the installed module is displayed SFP(SX) SFP (1000BASE-SX) module is installed SFP(LX) SFP (1000BASE-LX) module is installed SFP(FX) SFP (1000BASE-FX) module is installed SFP(BX-D) SFP (1000BASE-BX-D) module is installed...

  • Page 556: Verifying System Status

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device 6.1.2 Verifying System Status Verify the system status by entering the "show system information" command in the operation mode (admin class) or the configuration mode (admin class). The following example shows the information that is displayed when the "show system information"...

  • Page 557: Reviewing Log Messages

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device 6.1.3 Reviewing Log Messages 6.1.3.1 Format of System Log Message System log messages from the device are classified into 4 levels -- error, info, notice and warn. In the default setting, 3 levels of system log messages (error,warn and info) are put.

  • Page 558: Reviewing Error Logs

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device 6.1.3.2 Reviewing Error Logs If a fault occurred, review the error log to check fault messages. To review error logs, enter the "show logging error" command in the operation mode (admin class) or the configuration mode (admin class).

  • Page 559

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device (Continued) User Stack: 04ae9f60 04aea1d0 00886d58 04ae9fb8 04ae9fa0 ..mX..04ae9f70 00c6fcbb fea4cebb d8c4eab7 c1bcb0a1 ....04ae9f80 a2c9bdbc a8b7c1bc b0a4f2a5 aca5a4a5 ....04ae9f90 c9a5e9a5 a4a5f3a4 cba4a2a4 efa4bba4 ....04ae9fa0 eba1a30a 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....

  • Page 560

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device (Continued) 04aea290 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....04aea2a0 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....04aea2b0 00000000 00000000 00000000 000001d4 ....04aea2c0 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....04aea2d0 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ....

  • Page 561: Saving/restoring Configuration Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Saving/Restoring Configuration Information This device allows you to save/restore configuration information using the following methods: • Saving/restoring configuration information using FTP • Saving/restoring configuration information using a CompactFlash card • Saving/restoring configuration information using USB memory 6.2.1...

  • Page 562

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device • The following error message may be displayed while using ftp commands: 502 PASV command not implemented. Passive mode regused. If this error message is displayed, perform the following operation and retry the failed operation: ftp>...

  • Page 563

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device "5.14 Password Information" (pg.257) Reference Restoring configuration information using the FTP server function The following explains how to restore configuration information using ftp commands on a PC. Put configuration information  with an ftp command FTP client IP address 192.168.1.1...

  • Page 564: Saving/restoring Configuration Information Using A Compact Flash Card

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Be sure to restart the device to so that the restored configuration information can take effect. Note Enter "get reset" as a subcommand for the ftp command to restart. To switch the configuration information, enter "get reset1" or "get reset2" and restart the device.

  • Page 565: Saving/restoring Configuration Information Using Usb Memory

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Restoring configuration information using a CompactFlash card The following explains how to restore device configuration information that has been saved to a CompactFlash card. Insert the CompactFlash card containing the configuration information into the device’s CompactFlash card slot.

  • Page 566

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Save configuration information to the USB memory. Example The following example saves configuration information 1 to the config1-1 file. # copy config1 /um0/config1-1 Block the USB port. # usbctl disable Confirm that the USB port has been blocked.

  • Page 567

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Confirm that the USB port has been blocked. Run a show usb hcd status command and ensure that the status displays "disable". # show usb hcd status [USB HCD STATUS] status : disable Remove the USB memory from the device.

  • Page 568: Updating Firmware

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Updating Firmware This section explains how to update the firmware and initialize the settings of the device. Precautions • Before updating the firmware, do not connect the switch via the serial interface.

  • Page 569

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Log in with the account name "ftp-admin". Log in to the device using FTP command. Login name: ftp-admin Password: The password is the one made with the "password set" command. If no password has been set, there is no need to enter one.

  • Page 570: Updating Firmware Using Compactflash Card

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Check that the firmware is successfully updated. After restarting the device, log in to the device using the telnet or the terminal PC connected via the master management blade. Enter the "show system information" command to verify the firmware version.

  • Page 571

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Firmware Update with a WWW browser Follow the instructions below to transfer the firmware saved in a compact flash card using the WWW browser. Connect this device and a PC via LAN.

  • Page 572: Updating Firmware Using Usb Memory

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device 6.3.3 Updating Firmware Using USB memory XG0448 / X2600 Available Model This section explains how to update the firmware using a compact USB memory. Firmware Update with a telnet or a console Follow the instructions below to transfer the firmware saved in a USB memory using the telnet command or a console.

  • Page 573

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Firmware Update with a WWW browser Follow the instructions below to transfer the firmware saved in a USB memory using the WWW browser. Connect this device and a PC via LAN.

  • Page 574: Actions When Firmware Update Failes (backup Firm Function)

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Actions When Firmware Update Failes (Backup Firm Function) If the firmware update fails due to power failure or some other reason and you cannot start this device, you can restore the device to its normal condition by starting the backup firmware and transferring the firmware with an FTP client on the network or by a compact flash card.

  • Page 575

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Connect the power cable to the power outlet. Insert the power cable into the power connector while pressing the reset switch on the back of this device using a pointed tool. After about five seconds, release the reset switch.

  • Page 576: Updating The Firmware

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device 6.4.2 Updating the Firmware You can perform firmware update by transferring the firmware from an FTP client or a compact flash card. "6.3.1 Updating Firmware Using FTP" (pg.568), "6.3.2 Updating Firmware Using CompactFlash card"...

  • Page 577: Extracting Of Maintenance Information

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 6 Managing the Device Extracting of Maintenance Information If a fault occurred, maintenance information may be requested by the device sales representative to investigate the cause of the fault. This section provides procedures for extracting maintenance information.

  • Page 578: Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

    Chapter 7 Troubleshooting This chapter describes the Troubleshooting. To Return to the Initial Shipment Settings (Initializing Switch Configuration) ....579...

  • Page 579: To Return To The Initial Shipment Settings (initializing Switch Configuration)

    XG Series User's Guide Chapter 7 Troubleshooting To Return to the Initial Shipment Settings (Initializing Switch Configuration) In case of incorrect settings or problems, this device status can be returned to its initial shipment settings. When relocating this device, initialize the settings to the time of shipment before setting.

  • Page 580

    Fujitsu Extension MIB ........

  • Page 581: Appendix Asnmp Traps

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix SNMP Traps This appendix lists the SNMP traps supported by the device. Trap List An SNMP agent can trap events and notify the SNMP manager asynchronously. An SNMP agent sends trap when an event occurs.

  • Page 582: Appendix B List Of Mibs

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix List of MIBs This appendix lists the MIBs supported by the device. Standard MIB Definitions All models Available Model The following shows meaning of MIB ACCESS column. :MIB can be read only. :MIB can be read and written.

  • Page 583: Ip Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix B.1.2 interfaces Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS ifNumber interfaces.1 ifTable interfaces.2 – ifEntry ifTable.1 – ifIndex ifEntry.1 ifDescr ifEntry.2 ifType ifEntry.3 ifMtu ifEntry.4 ifSpeed ifEntry.5 ifPhysAddress ifEntry.6 ifAdminStatus ifEntry.7 ifOperStatus ifEntry.8 ifLastChange ifEntry.9 ifInOctets ifEntry.10...

  • Page 584: Ipaddr Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS ipReasmOKs ip.15 ipReasmFails ip.16 ipFragOKs ip.17 ipFragFails ip.18 ipFragCreates ip.19 ipRoutingDiscards ip.23 ipAddr Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS ipAddrTable ip.20 – ipAddrEntry ipAddrTable.1 – ipAdEntAddr ipAddrEntry.1 ipAdEntIfIndex ipAddrEntry.2 ipAdEntNetMask ipAddrEntry.3...

  • Page 585: Ipcidrroute Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix ipCidrRoute Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS ipCidrRouteNumber ipForward.3 ipCidrRouteTable ipForward.4 – ipCidrRouteEntry ipCidrRouteTable.1 – ipCidrRouteDest ipCidrRouteEntry.1 ipCidrRouteMask ipCidrRouteEntry.2 ipCidrRouteTos ipCidrRouteEntry.3 ipCidrRouteNextHop ipCidrRouteEntry.4 ipCidrRouteIfIndex ipCidrRouteEntry.5 ipCidrRouteType ipCidrRouteEntry.6 ipCidrRouteProto ipCidrRouteEntry.7 ipCidrRouteAge ipCidrRouteEntry.8 ipCidrRouteInfo ipCidrRouteEntry.9 ipCidrRouteNextHopAS ipCidrRouteEntry.10 ipCidrRouteMetric1 ipCidrRouteEntry.11...

  • Page 586

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix ipv4Interface Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS ipv4InterfaceTableLastChange ip.27 ipv4InterfaceTable ip.28 – ipv4InterfaceEntry ipv4InterfaceTable.1 – ipv4InterfaceIfIndex ipv4InterfaceEntry.1 – ipv4InterfaceReasmMaxSize ipv4InterfaceEntry.2 ipv4InterfaceEnableStatus ipv4InterfaceEntry.3 ipv4InterfaceRetransmitTime ipv4InterfaceEntry.4 ipv6Interface Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS ipv6InterfaceTableLastChange ip.29 ipv6InterfaceTable ip.30 –...

  • Page 587

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix ipAddressPrefix Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS ipAddressPrefixTable ip.32 – ipAddressPrefixEntry ipAddressPrefixTable.1 – ipAddressPrefixIfIndex ipAddressPrefixEntry.1 – ipAddressPrefixType ipAddressPrefixEntry.2 – ipAddressPrefixPrefix ipAddressPrefixEntry.3 – ipAddressPrefixLength ipAddressPrefixEntry.4 – ipAddressPrefixOrigin ipAddressPrefixEntry.5 ipAddressPrefixOnLinkFlag ipAddressPrefixEntry.6 ipAddressPrefixAutonomousFlag ipAddressPrefixEntry.7 ipAddressPrefixAdvPreferredLifetime ipAddressPrefixEntry.8 ipAddressPrefixAdvValidLifetime ipAddressPrefixEntry.9...

  • Page 588: Icmp Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix B.1.5 icmp Group icmp Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS icmpInMsgs icmp.1 icmpInErrors icmp.2 icmpInDestUnreachs icmp.3 icmpInTimeExcds icmp.4 icmpInParmProbs icmp.5 icmpInSrcQuenchs icmp.6 icmpInRedirects icmp.7 icmpInEchos icmp.8 icmpInEchoReps icmp.9 icmpInTimestamps icmp.10 icmpInTimestampReps icmp.11 icmpInAddrMasks icmp.12 icmpInAddrMaskReps icmp.13...

  • Page 589: Tcp Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix B.1.6 tcp Group tcp Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS tcpRtoAlgorithm tcp.1 tcpRtoMin tcp.2 tcpRtoMax tcp.3 tcpMaxConn tcp.4 tcpActiveOpens tcp.5 tcpPassiveOpens tcp.6 tcpAttemptFails tcp.7 tcpEstabResets tcp.8 tcpCurrEstab tcp.9 tcpInSegs tcp.10 tcpOutSegs tcp.11 tcpRetransSegs tcp.12 tcpInErrs tcp.14...

  • Page 590: Udp Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix tcpListener Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS tcpListenerTable tcp.20 – tcpListenerEntry tcpListenerTable.1 – tcpListenerLocalAddressType tcpListenerEntry.1 – tcpListenerLocalAddress tcpListenerEntry.2 – tcpListenerLocalPort tcpListenerEntry.3 – tcpListenerProcess tcpListenerEntry.4 B.1.7 udp Group udp Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS udpInDatagrams udp.1...

  • Page 591

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix B.1.8 dot3 Group dot3Stats Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS dot3StatsTable dot3.2 – dot3StatsEntry dot3StatsTable.1 – dot3StatsIndex dot3StatsEntry.1 dot3StatsAlignmentErrors dot3StatsEntry.2 dot3StatsFCSErrors dot3StatsEntry.3 dot3StatsSingleCollisionFrames dot3StatsEntry.4 dot3StatsMultipleCollisionFrames dot3StatsEntry.5 dot3StatsSQETestErrors dot3StatsEntry.6 dot3StatsDeferredTransmissions dot3StatsEntry.7 dot3StatsLateCollisions dot3StatsEntry.8 dot3StatsExcessiveCollisions dot3StatsEntry.9 dot3StatsInternalMacTransmitErrors dot3StatsEntry.10...

  • Page 592

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix B.1.9 snmp Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS snmpInPkts snmp.1 snmpOutPkts snmp.2 snmpInBadVersions snmp.3 snmpInBadCommunityNames snmp.4 snmpInBadCommunityUses snmp.5 snmpInASNParseErrs snmp.6 snmpInTooBigs snmp.8 snmpInNoSuchNames snmp.9 snmpInBadValues snmp.10 snmpInReadOnlys snmp.11 snmpInGenErrs snmp.12 snmpInTotalReqVars snmp.13 snmpInTotalSetVars snmp.14 snmpInGetRequests snmp.15...

  • Page 593: Dot1dbase Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix rmonHistoryControl Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS historyControlTable history.1 – historyControlEntry historyControlTable.1 – historyControlIndex historyControlEntry.1 historyControlDataSource historyControlEntry.2 historyControlBucketsRequested historyControlEntry.3 historyControlBucketsGranted historyControlEntry.4 historyControlInterval historyControlEntry.5 historyControlOwner historyControlEntry.6 historyControlStatus historyControlEntry.7 rmonEthernetHistory Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS etherHistoryTable history.2...

  • Page 594: Dot1dstp Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix dot1dStp Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS dot1dStpProtocolSpecification dot1dStp.1 dot1dStpPriority dot1dStp.2 dot1dStpTimeSinceTopologyChange dot1dStp.3 dot1dStpTopChanges dot1dStp.4 dot1dStpDesignatedRoot dot1dStp.5 dot1dStpRootCost dot1dStp.6 dot1dStpRootPort dot1dStp.7 dot1dStpMaxAge dot1dStp.8 dot1dStpHelloTime dot1dStp.9 dot1dStpHoldTime dot1dStp.10 dot1dStpForwardDelay dot1dStp.11 dot1dStpBridgeMaxAge dot1dStp.12 dot1dStpBridgeHelloTime dot1dStp.13 dot1dStpBridgeForwardDelay dot1dStp.14 dot1dStpPortTable dot1dStp.15...

  • Page 595: Dot1dpriority Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix dot1dPriority Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS dot1dPortPriorityTable dot1dPriority.1 – dot1dPortPriorityEntry dot1dPortPriorityTable.1 – dot1dPortDefaultUserPriority dot1dPortPriorityEntry.1 dot1dPortNumTrafficClasses dot1dPortPriorityEntry.2 dot1dTrafficClassTable dot1dPriority.3 – dot1dTrafficClassEntry dot1dTrafficClassTable.1 – dot1dTrafficClassPriority dot1dTrafficClassEntry.1 – dot1dTrafficClass dot1dTrafficClassEntry.2 List of MIBs...

  • Page 596: Dot1qbase Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix B.1.12 qBridgeMIB Group dot1qBase Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS dot1qVlanVersionNumber dot1qBase.1 dot1qMaxVlanId dot1qBase.2 dot1qMaxSupportedVlans dot1qBase.3 dot1qNumVlans dot1qBase.4 dot1qGvrpStatus dot1qBase.5 dot1qVlan Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS dot1qVlanNumDeletes dot1qVlan.1 dot1qVlanCurrentTable dot1qVlan.2 – dot1qVlanCurrentEntry dot1qVlanCurrentTable.1 –...

  • Page 597: Ifstack Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS ifHCOutMulticastPkts ifXEntry.12 ifHCOutBroadcastPkts ifXEntry.13 ifLinkUpDownTrapEnable ifXEntry.14 ifHighSpeed ifXEntry.15 ifPromiscuousMode ifXEntry.16 ifConnectorPresent ifXEntry.17 ifAlias ifXEntry.18 ifCounterDiscontinuityTime ifXEntry.19 ifStack Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS ifStackTable ifMIBObjects.2 – ifStackEntry ifStackTable.1 – ifStackHigherLayer ifStackEntry.1...

  • Page 598: Radiusaccclient Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix radiusAccClient Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS radiusAccClientInvalidServerAddresses radiusAccClient.1 radiusAccClientIdentifier radiusAccClient.2 radiusAccServerTable radiusAccClient.3 – radiusAccServerEntry radiusAccServerTable.1 – radiusAccServerIndex radiusAccServerEntry.1 – radiusAccServerAddress radiusAccServerEntry.2 radiusAccClientServerPortNumber radiusAccServerEntry.3 radiusAccClientRoundTripTime radiusAccServerEntry.4 radiusAccClientRequests radiusAccServerEntry.5 radiusAccClientRetransmissions radiusAccServerEntry.6 radiusAccClientResponses radiusAccServerEntry.7 radiusAccClientMalformedResponses radiusAccServerEntry.8 radiusAccClientBadAuthenticators radiusAccServerEntry.9...

  • Page 599: Fujitsu Extension Mib

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix Fujitsu Extension MIB XG0224 / XG0448 / XG2600 Available Model The following shows meaning of MIB ACCESS column. :MIB can be read only. :MIB can be read and written. – :MIB can not be accessed. B.2.1...

  • Page 600

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix B.2.4 nosDualPower Group XG2600 Available Model Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS dualPowerBase nosDualPower.1 – dualPowerSet dualPowerBase.1 dualPowerState nosDualPower.2 – dualPowerStateTable dualPowerState.1 – dualPowerStateEntry dualPowerStateTable.1 – dualPowerStateUnitIndex dualPowerStateEntry.1 dualPowerStateUnit dualPowerStateEntry.2 List of MIBs...

  • Page 601: Ieee802.1mib

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix IEEE802.1MIB All models Available Model The following shows meaning of MIB ACCESS column. :MIB can be read only. :MIB can be read and written. – :MIB can not be accessed. B.3.1 lldpMIB Group lldpConfiguration Group Name...

  • Page 602: Lldpstatstxport Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix lldpStatsTxPort Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpStatsTxPortTable lldpStatistics.6 – lldpStatsTxPortTable lldpStatsTxPortTable.1 – lldpStatsTxPortNum lldpStatsTxPortEntry.1 – lldpStatsTxPortFramesTotal lldpStatsTxPortEntry.2 lldpStatsRxPort Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpStatsRxPortTable lldpStatistics.7 – lldpStatsRxPortEntry lldpStatsRxPortTable.1 – lldpStatsRxPortNum lldpStatsRxPortEntry.1 – lldpStatsRxPortFramesDiscardedTotal lldpStatsRxPortEntry.2...

  • Page 603

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix lldpRem Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpRemTable lldpRemoteSystemsData.1 – lldpRemEntry lldpRemTable.1 – lldpRemTimeMark lldpRemEntry.1 – lldpRemLocalPortNum lldpRemEntry.2 – lldpRemIndex lldpRemEntry.3 – lldpRemChassisIdSubtype lldpRemEntry.4 lldpRemChassisId lldpRemEntry.5 lldpRemPortIdSubtype lldpRemEntry.6 lldpRemPortId lldpRemEntry.7 lldpRemPortDesc lldpRemEntry.8 lldpRemSysName lldpRemEntry.9 lldpRemSysDesc lldpRemEntry.10...

  • Page 604: Lldpxdot3locport Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix lldpXdot3LocPort Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpXdot3LocPortTable lldpXdot3LocalData.1 – lldpXdot3LocPortEntry lldpXdot3LocPortTable.1 – lldpXdot3LocPortAutoNegSupported lldpXdot3LocPortEntry.1 lldpXdot3LocPortAutoNegEnabled lldpXdot3LocPortEntry.2 lldpXdot3LocPortAutoNegAdvertisedCap lldpXdot3LocPortEntry.3 lldpXdot3LocPortOperMauType lldpXdot3LocPortEntry.4 lldpXdot3LocPower Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpXdot3LocPowerTable lldpXdot3LocalData.2 – lldpXdot3LocPowerEntry lldpXdot3LocPowerTable.1 – lldpXdot3LocPowerPortClass lldpXdot3LocPowerEntry.1...

  • Page 605: Lldpxdot3remlinkagg Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpXdot3RemPowerMDIEnabled lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry.3 lldpXdot3RemPowerPairControlable lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry.4 lldpXdot3RemPowerPairs lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry.5 lldpXdot3RemPowerClass lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry.6 lldpXdot3RemLinkAgg Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpXdot3RemLinkAggTable lldpXdot3RemoteData.3 – lldpXdot3RemLinkAggEntry lldpXdot3RemLinkAggTable.1 – lldpXdot3RemLinkAggStatus lldpXdot3RemLinkAggEntry.1 lldpXdot3RemLinkAggPortId lldpXdot3RemLinkAggEntry.2 lldpXdot3RemMaxFrameSize Group Name Object identifier...

  • Page 606: Lldpxdot1loc Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix lldpXdot1Loc Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpXdot1LocTable lldpXdot1LocalData.1 – lldpXdot1LocEntry lldpXdot1LocTable.1 – lldpXdot1LocPortVlanId lldpXdot1LocEntry.1 lldpXdot1LocProtoVlan Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanTable lldpXdot1LocalData.2 – lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanEntry lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanTable.1 – lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanId lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanEntry.1 – lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanSupported lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanEntry.2 lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanEnabled lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanEntry.3...

  • Page 607: Lldpxdot1remvlanname Group

    XG Series User's Guide Appendix lldpXdot1RemVlanName Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpXdot1RemVlanNameTable lldpXdot1RemoteData.3 – lldpXdot1RemVlanNameEntry lldpXdot1RemVlanNameTable.1 – lldpXdot1RemVlanId lldpXdot1RemVlanNameEntry.1 – lldpXdot1RemVlanName lldpXdot1RemVlanNameEntry.2 lldpXdot1RemProtocol Group Name Object identifier MIB ACCESS lldpXdot1RemProtocolTable lldpXdot1RemoteData.4 – lldpXdot1RemProtocolEntry lldpXdot1RemProtocolTable.1 – lldpXdot1RemProtocolIndex lldpXdot1RemProtocolEntry.1 – lldpXdot1RemProtocolId lldpXdot1RemProtocolEntry.2...

  • Page 608: Index

    XG Series User's Guide Index Index Symbols ! ................336 candidate configuration ..........42 clear alias ..............350 Number clear arp ..............430 clear bridge ............. 453 10/100/1000BASE-T Port Specifications ....28 clear ether statistics ..........414 clear icmpwatch statistics ........522 clear igmpsnoop group ...........

  • Page 609

    XG Series User's Guide Index dot3 Group ............. 591 dot3Control Group ..........591 dot3Pause Group ............ 591 Hardware Status ............. 548 dot3Stats Group ............591 host ip address ............295 dumpswitch ............303 host ip6 address ............296 host name ............... 295 end ................

  • Page 610

    XG Series User's Guide Index lan ip6 filter ............201 lldpXdot3RemPort Group ........604 lan ip6 filter move ..........203 lldpXdot3RemPower Group ........604 lan ip6 ifid .............. 198 load ................. 373 lan ip6 ra mode ............199 Log Messages ............557 lan ip6 route ............

  • Page 611

    XG Series User's Guide Index proxydns address move .......... 294 serverinfo ftp ip6 ............ 304 proxydns domain ............ 290 serverinfo http ............315 proxydns domain move .......... 292 serverinfo http filter ..........316 proxydns unicode ........... 294 serverinfo http filter default ........317 serverinfo http filter move ........

  • Page 612

    XG Series User's Guide Index show interface summary ........427 snmp trap coldstart ..........266 show ip route ............431 snmp trap linkdown ..........266 show ip route kernel ..........434 snmp trap linkup ............. 267 show ip route summary .......... 433 snmp trap lldpremtableschange ......

  • Page 613

    XG Series User's Guide Index time auto interval ............ 287 time auto server ............286 time summer-time ..........288 time zone ..............287 top ................335 traceroute ..............539 udp Group ............... 590 udpEndpoint Group ..........590 udpListener Group ..........590 up ................

  • Page 614: Xg Series User's Guide

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Xg0224, Xg0448, Xg2600

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