For more information, refer to the documentation shipped with the switch or routing switch, or to Release Notes for Version 05.2.14 of the HP ProCurve Routing Switches 9304M, 9308M, and 6308M-SX, and the HP ProCurve Switch 6208M-SX Operating System. This booklet is available on HP’s ProCurve website at http://www.hp.com/go/procurve (click on Technical Support, then Manual).
HP TopTools for Switches & Hubs is a breakthrough in network management software that gives you more network with less work. The TopTools for Switches & Hubs CD is included at no extra charge with your HP ProCurve routing switch. See the system requirements printed on the sleeve containing the HP TopTools CD.
The HP ProCurve 9304M: Either three power cords (one each for the U.S.A., the U.K., and continental Europe) or The HP ProCurve 9308M: Either six power cords (two each for the U.S.A., the U.K., and continental Europe) or two The HP ProCurve 6308M-SX: Two power cords for either the U.S.A., continental Europe, Australia, or the UK.
Beginning with software release 05.2.14, you can configure either single-instance or multiple-instance spanning tree on the HP 9304M, 9308M, and 6308M-SX routing switches, and the HP 6208M-SX Switch. When single-instance STP is enabled, all VLANS on the device belong to the same spanning tree VLAN—with a shared STP VLAN ID of 4094. When multi-instance STP is used, each VLAN has a unique spanning tree ID.
In a network where multiple-instance STP is configured on a 9304M, 9308M, 6308M-SX, or 6208M-SX, STP will fail on a connection between any of these devices and a single-instance STP device if the STP Priority parameter settings are left at their defaults. (In most cases, the 6308M-SX and 6208M-SX would be used in the core network, and would not be configured for multiple-instance STP.) That is, if one or more...
Solution. Disable auto-gig on the routing switch port(s) attached to the Extreme Summit switch. For example, use the following CLI commands to disable auto-gig on port 2 in slot 1 of the HP J9304M Routing Switch: HP 9304M (config)# int e 1/2...
<ip address of tftp server> <configuration file name> The routing switch will now be able to boot up over the network. a new copy of the operating system can now be downloaded to the primary and secondary flash memories via the TFTP server.
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