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Dell Force10 C150 Configuration Manual

Dell Force10 C150 Configuration Manual

Ftos configuration guide ftos 8.4.2.7 e-series terascale, c-series, s-series (s50/s25)
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FTOS Configuration Guide
FTOS 8.4.2.7
E-Series TeraScale, C-Series,
S-Series (S50/S25)

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  • Page 1 FTOS Configuration Guide FTOS 8.4.2.7 E-Series TeraScale, C-Series, S-Series (S50/S25)
  • Page 2 Information in this publication is subject to change without notice. © 2012 Dell Force10. All rights reserved. Reproduction of these materials in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Dell Inc. is strictly forbidden. © 2012 Dell Inc. Trademarks used in this text: Dell(TM), the Dell logo, Dell Boomi(TM), Dell Precision(TM) , OptiPlex(TM), Latitude(TM), PowerEdge(TM), PowerVault(TM), PowerConnect(TM), OpenManage(TM), EqualLogic(TM), Compellent(TM), KACE(TM), FlexAddress(TM), Force10(TM) and Vostro(TM) are trademarks of Dell Inc.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    1 About this Guide ..........33 Objectives .
  • Page 4 Change System Logging Settings ......... .63 Display the Logging Buffer and the Logging Configuration .
  • Page 5 6 802.3ah ............93 Link Layer OAM Overview .
  • Page 6 MAC Authentication Bypass ..........127 MAB in Single-host and Multi-Host Mode .
  • Page 7 Configuring BFD for VLANs ......... .198 Configuring BFD for Port-Channels .
  • Page 8 Boot Behavior ............286 When to Use CAM Profiling .
  • Page 9 Configuration Tasks ........... .314 Configure the System to be a DHCP Server .
  • Page 10 Enable Force10 Service Agent ......... . .348 Specify an SMTP Server for FTSA .
  • Page 11 Failure and Event Logging ......... . .392 Hot-lock Behavior .
  • Page 12 Configure Management Interfaces on the S-Series ......424 Displaying Information on a Management Interface ......425 VLAN Interfaces .
  • Page 13 ARP Learning via ARP Request ......... .474 Configurable ARP Retries .
  • Page 14 Clear IPv6 Routes ..........504 23 Intermediate System to Intermediate System .
  • Page 15 MAC Learning Limit ........... .562 mac learning-limit dynamic .
  • Page 16 Configuring Transmit and Receive Mode ........596 Configuring a Time to Live .
  • Page 17 View the Source-active Cache ........623 Limit the Source-active Cache .
  • Page 18 Multicast Policies ............665 IPv4 Multicast Policies .
  • Page 19 Enable OSPFv2 ...........705 Enable Multi-Process OSPF .
  • Page 20 Refusing Multicast Traffic ..........756 Sending Multicast Traffic .
  • Page 21 Create VLANs for an Office VOIP Deployment ......795 Configure LLDP-MED for an Office VOIP Deployment ..... .796 Configure Quality of Service for an Office VOIP Deployment .
  • Page 22 Configure Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Plus ........836 Related Configuration Tasks .
  • Page 23 Implementation Information ..........878 Configuration Information .
  • Page 24 Protection from TCP Tiny and Overlapping Fragment Attacks ....935 SCP and SSH ............935 Using SCP with SSH to copy a software image .
  • Page 25 Show sFlow Globally ..........976 Show sFlow on an Interface .
  • Page 26 Events that Bring Down a SONET Interface ....... .1013 SONET Port Recovery Mechanism ........1014 SONET MIB .
  • Page 27 Configuring Spanning Tree ..........1049 Related Configuration Tasks .
  • Page 28 Clearing a UFD-Disabled Interface ........1090 Displaying Uplink Failure Detection .
  • Page 29 VRRP Implementation ..........1129 VRRP version 3 .
  • Page 30 Save a hardware log to a file on the flash .......1176 Manual reload messages .
  • Page 31 Trace logs ............1214 Buffer full condition .
  • Page 33: About This Guide

    About this Guide Objectives This guide describes the protocols and features supported by the Dell Force10 Operating System (FTOS) and provides configuration instructions and examples for implementing them. It supports the system platforms E-Series, C-Series, and S-Series. The E-Series ExaScale platform is supported with FTOS version 8.1.1.0. and later.
  • Page 34: Conventions

    This symbol is a note associated with some other text on the page that is marked with an asterisk. Related Documents For more information about the Dell Force10 E-Series, C-Series, and S-Series refer to the following documents: • FTOS Command Reference •...
  • Page 35: Configuration Fundamentals

    Configuration Fundamentals The FTOS Command Line Interface (CLI) is a text-based interface through which you can configure interfaces and protocols. The CLI is largely the same for the E-Series, C-Series, and S-Series with the exception of some commands and command outputs. The CLI is structured in modes for security and management purposes.
  • Page 36: Cli Modes

    CLI Modes Different sets of commands are available in each mode. A command found in one mode cannot be executed from another mode (with the exception of EXEC mode commands preceded by the command The do Command on page 40). You can set user access rights to commands and command modes using privilege levels;...
  • Page 37: Navigating Cli Modes

    Figure 2-2. CLI Modes in FTOS EXEC EXEC Privilege CONFIGURATION ARCHIVE AS-PATH ACL INTERFACE GIGABIT ETHERNET 10 GIGABIT ETHERNET INTERFACE RANGE LOOPBACK MANAGEMENT ETHERNET NULL PORT-CHANNEL SONET VLAN VRRP IPv6 IP COMMUNITY-LIST IP ACCESS-LIST STANDARD ACCESS-LIST EXTENDED ACCESS-LIST LINE AUXILIARY CONSOLE VIRTUAL TERMINAL MAC ACCESS-LIST...
  • Page 38 Table 2-1. FTOS Command Modes Access Command CLI Command Mode Prompt EXEC FTOS> Access the router through the console or Telnet. enable EXEC Privilege FTOS# • From EXEC mode, enter the command • From any other mode, use the command CONFIGURATION FTOS(conf)# •...
  • Page 39 Table 2-1. FTOS Command Modes Access Command CLI Command Mode Prompt mac access-list standard STANDARD ACCESS- FTOS(config-std-macl)# LIST mac access-list extended EXTENDED ACCESS- FTOS(config-ext-macl)# LIST MULTIPLE FTOS(config-mstp)# protocol spanning-tree mstp SPANNING TREE Per-VLAN SPANNING FTOS(config-pvst)# protocol spanning-tree pvst TREE Plus ip prefix-list PREFIX-LIST FTOS(conf-nprefixl)#...
  • Page 40: The Do Command

    The do Command Enter an EXEC mode command from any CONFIGURATION mode (CONFIGURATION, INTERFACE, SPANNING TREE, etc.) without returning to EXEC mode by preceding the EXEC mode command with the command Figure 2-4 illustrates the command. Note: The following commands cannot be modified by the command: , and enable, disable, exit...
  • Page 41: Obtaining Help

    Obtaining Help Obtain a list of keywords and a brief functional descripti