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Access Security Guide; Installation And Getting Started Guide - HP 2610 User Manual

Version r.11.25 software procurve 2610 series
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Access Security Guide

The Management and Configuration Guide, dated December 2007, in pages 10-25, 10-26,
and 10-27 incorrectly indicates that the QoS Passthrough Mode is disabled by default. The
factory default for QoS Passthrough Mode is enabled.
The Management and Configuration Guide, dated November 2008, beginning on page B-
20, describes the loop protection features.
In cases where spanning tree cannot be used to prevent loops at the edge of the network, loop
protection may provide a suitable alternative. Unlike spanning tree, however, loop protection is
not a comprehensive loop detection feature and should only be enabled on untagged edge ports,
that is, ports that connect to unmanaged switches and/or clients at the edge of the network.
Access Security Guide
The Access Security Guide, dated December 2007, contains incorrect references to the
password port-access command. References are made to the password port-access command
on pages 11-4, 11-14, 11-15, 11-16, and 11-24. The password port-access command is NOT
supported on the HP Procurve Switch 2610 for configuring 802.1X authentication credentials.
The local operator password configured with the password command for management access to
the switch continues to be accepted as an 802.1X autheticator credential.

Installation and Getting Started Guide

The Installation and Getting Started Guide, dated November 2008, on pages 2-3 and 2-4,
describes the new 2610 rail kit, part number 508783-B21. Only the following ProCurve
switches can be mounted with the new rail kit.
ProCurve Switch 2610-24 (J9085A)
ProCurve Switch 2610-48 (J9088A)
ProCurve Switch 2610-24/12PWR (J9086A)
Do not install the switch in an environment where the operating ambient temperature might
exceed 50°C (122°F). This includes a fully-enclosed rack. Ensure the air flow around the sides
and back of the switch is not restricted. Leave at least 7.6 cm (3 inches) for cooling.

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