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HP AdvanceStack Switch 208/224
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HP J3178A

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    HP AdvanceStack Switch 208/224 Management Module Installation and Reference Guide HP J3178A...

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    HP AdvanceStack Switch 208/224 Management Module Installation and Reference Guide...

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    Hewlett-Packard. Warranty A copy of the specific warranty terms applicable to your Hewlett-Packard products and replacement parts can be obtained from your HP Sales and Service Office or authorized dealer.

  • Page 5: Hp Customer Support Services

    How to get the latest software/agent firmware You can download from the World Wide Web, HP FTP Library Service, CompuServe, and HP BBS a compressed file (j3178xx.exe) containing the latest version of the HP Switch 208/224 Management Module software and proprietary MIB. After you down- load the file, extract the file by typing filename and pressing [Enter].

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    HP FIRST Fax Retrieval Service HP FIRST is an automated fax retrieval service that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. HP FIRST provides information on the following topics: Product information Troubleshooting instructions Technical reviews and articles...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Overview ........... . . 3-1 Connecting a Console to the Switch ......3-2 Modem Cable Pin-Out .

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    Switch Information ........

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    Clearing Passwords on the Switch Console ..... 7-8 HP Customer Support Services ....... . . 7-9 Specifications Regulatory Statements .

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  • Page 11: Installing The Management Module

    Installing the Management Module The HP J3178A AdvanceStack Switch 208/224 Management Module is installed into the front of the HP AdvanceStack Switch 208T or 224T. In this manual, this module will be called the Switch Management Module. Figure 1-1. The Switch 208/224 Management Module...

  • Page 12: Included Parts, Installation Steps

    HP AdvanceStack Switch 208/224 Management Module Installation and Reference Guide (5966-5228), this manual • Console cable (5182-4794) • HP AdvanceStack Assistant for Windows CD kit • HP AdvanceStack Products CD kit Installation Steps C a u t i o n...

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    Insert the Management Module into the switch. Line up the sides of the module with the rails on the sides of the switch’s slot, then push the module into the slot until it is firmly seated in the connector in the back of the slot.

  • Page 14: Removing The Module

    Installing the Management Module Removing the Module Turn on the power to the switch by plugging in the power cord. During power-on, the following occurs: At Power On During Self Test After Self Test If the module Fault LED stays on or flashes, refer to chapter 7, “Trouble- shooting”...

  • Page 15: Overview

    Overview The HP AdvanceStack Switch 208/224 Management Module is installed in the Management Slot in the front of either the HP Switch 208T or HP Switch 224T. The Switch Management Module has the physical elements shown in the figure below.

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    Self Test LED - When lit, indicates that the Management Module or the switch in which the module is installed is undergoing its self test, which occurs every time the switch is plugged into a power source, or as a result of pressing the Reset button on the Management Module, or from rebooting or resetting the switch from the switch console or from network management.

  • Page 17: Module Features

    Network Management. The Management Module has firmware agents on board that provide SNMP Network Management control of the switch, support for RMON (four groups) and HP Embedded Advanced Sampling Environment (EASE) agents to diagnose net- work problems to help optimize network performance. For more...

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    Main Menu. The switch console interface enables you to use a PC or a terminal to do the following: Modify the switch’s configuration, or provide configuration for Telnet or network management access from an SNMP-based management program such as Hewlett-Packard’s AdvanceStack Assistant (ASA)

  • Page 20: Connecting A Console To The Switch

    Configure your PC or terminal to operate with these settings. If you want to operate the terminal using a different configuration, make sure you change with settings on both the terminal and on the switch. Change the switch settings first, then change the terminal settings, and reestablish the console...

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    To directly connect a PC or terminal to a Management Module, follow these steps: Connect the PC or terminal to the switch’s Console RS-232 port, on the Management Module, using an RS-232-C console cable (included with the Management Module). (If your PC or terminal has a 25-pin connector, first attach a 9-pin to 25-pin “straight-through”...

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    RS-232-C modem cable. Make sure the terminal and modems are functioning properly, then establish the link between the terminal’s modem and the switch’s modem according to the modem instructions.

  • Page 23: Modem Cable Pin-out

    When you see this message: Waiting for speed sense. Press enter to continue. Press [Enter]. You will then see the switch console Main Menu. See “Starting and Ending a Console Session” on page 3-6. If you want to continue with console management of the switch at this time, refer to the rest of this chapter for general console procedures, to chapter 4, “Configuring the Switch From the Console”, and to chapter 5,...

  • Page 24: Starting And Ending A Console Session

    N o t e This section assumes that you have already configured and connected a terminal device to your switch (as described earlier in this chapter) or that you have already enabled Telnet access to the switch. (To enable Telnet access, refer to “Console Configuration”...

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    Return to the Main Menu. b. Use the arrow keys ( [<] , [>] , [v] , and [^] ) to highlight Reboot Switch in the Main Menu and press [Enter] to reboot. When the reboot completes, the switch automatically reestablishes the console connection, and you can restart your console session, as described on the previous page.

  • Page 26: Main Menu Features

    • Status and Counters: Displays information on the switch, individual ports, the address tables, and Spanning Tree Protocol settings. (Refer to chapter 5, “Monitoring Switch Operation From the Console”.) • Event Log: Enables you to read progress and error messages that are useful for checking and troubleshooting switch operation.

  • Page 27: Screen Structure And Navigation

    Cancel returns the configuration to the values you saw when you first entered the screen. See the next page for specific instructions on using the console screens. The Switch Console Screen Structure and Navigation system name...

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    Note: Some parameter changes are activated when you execute Save, and it is therefore not necessary to reboot the switch after making these changes. But if an asterisk appears next to any menu item you reconfigure, it is necessary to reboot the switch to implement the change.

  • Page 29: Using Password Security

    (Once a Manager password is set and the console session is ended, access to the full console interface for any subsequent sessions requires the Manager password to be entered.) The Switch Console Using Password Security 3-11...

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    If there is only a Manager password set (with no Operator password), and the Manager password is not entered correctly when the console session begins, the switch console operates on the Operator level. If there is both a Manager password and an Operator password, but neither is entered correctly, access to the console will be denied.

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    Select Return to Main Menu to exit from the Set Password screen. After a password is set, if you use LOGOUT or reboot or reset the switch, you will be prompted to enter the password to start a new console session.

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    Clear button on the Management Module to clear all password protection, then enter new passwords as described earlier in this chapter. If you do not have physical access to the switch, you will need the Manager password: Begin a console session at the Manager level (by entering the Manager password when the password prompt appears).

  • Page 33: Rebooting The Switch

    Resetting statistical counters to zero Clearing the switch address table To Reboot the switch, use the Reboot Switch option in the Main Menu. (If a Manager password has been previously set, Reboot Switch appears only if this password is entered at the beginning of the console session.) the Reboot Switch option Figure 3-6.

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    Rebooting the Switch Rebooting To Activate Configuration Changes. Configuration changes for some parameters become effective as soon as you save them. However, you must reboot the switch in order to implement any changes to any parameters in the following areas: IPX Service...

  • Page 35: Advanced Commands

    9:55 a.m. you would execute the following command: DEFAULT_CONFIG: time 9:55 [Enter] How To Exit from the command prompt: Type exit and press [Enter] to return to the Main Menu. The Switch Console Advanced Commands Ping Time...

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    All ports are enabled, Spanning Tree Protocol support is disabled, and SNMP network management is enabled over IPX and IP (by way of Bootp).If you wish to “fine-tune” your switch for the specific performance, security, and diagnostic needs in your network, you may choose to reconfigure certain switch parameters.

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    Configuring the Switch From the Console Overview To get Help on individual parameter descriptions. In all screens except the Advanced Commands screen there is a Help option in the Actions menu. Whenever the Actions menu is active, you can display Help for that screen’s parameters by pressing [H].

  • Page 39: Configurable Features

    Configurable Features How To Access the Switch Configuration: Begin at the Main Menu and select Configuration and the Configura- tion menu appears as shown in figure 4-2. Figure 4-2. The Configuration Menu Use the arrow keys ( [<], [>], [^], and [v] ) to highlight the configuration topic you want, then press [Enter].

  • Page 40: System Configuration

    Commands. 10 Mbit/s Port LED Mode. Using this parameter, the LEDs associated with the 10 Mbit/s network ports on the switch can be configured to operate in one of two ways: Link/Activity - In this mode, each LED indicates the connection status of the port for 3 seconds after the network cable is first installed and every time the switch is powered on.

  • Page 41: Port Configuration

    Figure 4-4. Example of the Port Configuration Screen The screen image in figure 4-4 shows the default Mode value for each of the port types available on the Switch 208/224. Select the Help action to see the other modes available for each port type.

  • Page 42: Ipx Service

    In the IPX Service configuration screen, you can disable IPX management by changing the IPX Enabled value to No. You can also configure an IPX gateway frame encapsulation type so that the switch can be managed from a remote IPX network as described in the next section.

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    Select the Gateway Encap field and use the Space bar to select the appro- priate gateway encapsulation for the gateway device. Press [Enter], then [S] (for Save). Return to the Main Menu and reboot the switch. Configuring the Switch From the Console Configurable Features...

  • Page 44: Internet (ip) Service

    IP Config parameter to Manual. Or, you can use Bootp to configure IP for the switch from a Bootp server. In this case you must also configure your Bootp server accordingly. If you plan to use Bootp, refer to “Bootp Operation”...

  • Page 45: Using Bootp

    Return to the Main Menu and reboot the switch. Using Bootp In its default configuration, the switch is configured to enable Bootp opera- tion. However, if an IP address has previously been configured or if the IP Config parameter has been set to Disabled, then you will need to use this procedure to reconfigure the parameter to enable Bootp operation.

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    Configuring the Switch From the Console Configurable Features When you reboot the switch with Bootp enabled, it will do one of the following: Receive a minimal configuration (IP address and subnet mask). If the reply provides information for downloading a configuration file, the switch then uses TFTP to download the file from the designated source, then reboots itself.

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    Bootp to get their IP configuration, you should use a unique symbolic name for each switch. is the “hardware type”. For the HP AdvanceStack switch, set this to ether (for Ethernet). This tag must precede the ha tag. is the “hardware address”. Use the Switch Management Module's 12-digit MAC address.

  • Page 48: Snmp Communities

    SNMP Communities This screen enables you to add, edit, or delete SNMP communities. Use this feature if you expect to manage the Switch 208/224 from an SNMP manage- ment station. You can configure up to five SNMP communities, each with either an operator-level or a manager-level view, and either restricted or unrestricted write access.

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    MIB View and Write Access for each community. All community names that you create using this screen can be used to access the switch into which the Switch Management Module is installed. Any management station using the correct community name may access the switch with the corresponding MIB View and Write Access levels.

  • Page 50: Trap Receivers

    Trap Receivers This screen enables you to configure up to ten IP and/or IPX management stations (trap receivers) to receive SNMP trap packets sent from the switch. Trap packets describe specific event types. (These events are the same as the log messages displayed in the event log.) The protocol, address, and commu-...

  • Page 51: Serial Link Configuration

    Configuring the Switch From the Console Configurable Features Serial Link Configuration Use the serial link configuration screen to adjust the console RS-232 configu- ration to customize the connection with the PC, terminal, or modem you are using for console access. Refer to appendix B, “Modem Configuration” for information on modem settings.

  • Page 52: Console Configuration

    N o t e “Inbound” Telnet is Telnet access to the switch console from another device. “Outbound” Telnet, which is using Telnet through the switch console to access another device, is always enabled as long as the Switch Management Module has been configured with a valid IP address.

  • Page 53: Spanning Tree Configuration

    Use this screen to activate the IEEE 802.1d Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) on the switch and to adjust spanning tree parameters, if necessary. In the factory default, STP is off. If there are any redundant paths (loops) between nodes in your network, you should set the Spanning Tree Enabled parameter to Yes.

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    Configuring the Switch From the Console Configurable Features Figure 4-12. Example of the STP Configuration Screen If the remaining STP parameter settings are adequate for your network, go to step 8. Use [Tab] or the arrow keys to select the next parameter you want to change, then type in the new value.

  • Page 55: Network Monitoring Port

    You can designate a port for monitoring traffic on any one of the other ports on the switch. This is accomplished by copying all traffic from the specified port to the designated monitoring port. The feature is also referred to as “mirroring”.

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    Return to the Main Menu to select other functions. You don’t need to reboot the switch; the Network Monitoring Port configuration is dynam- ically activated. N o t e...

  • Page 57: Saving Configurations

    Saving Configurations Saving Configurations Once you have completed all your switch configuration changes, it is a good idea to save the configuration in a secure location. The configuration is contained in a file that can be transferred to a PC or server. See “Transferring Switch Configurations”...

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    Monitoring Switch Operation From the Console Overview The Main Menu in the switch’s console interface gives you access to the following sources of read-only data for helping you to monitor, analyze, and troubleshoot switch operation: Table 5-1. Main Menu Item...

  • Page 60: Status And Counters Menu

    Monitoring Switch Operation From the Console Status and Counters Menu Status and Counters Menu Select Status and Counters from the Main Menu to display the Status and Counters menu: Figure 5-1. The Status and Counters Menu Each of the above menu items accesses the read-only screens described on the following pages.

  • Page 61: Switch Information

    • Router/Rem Access indicates that a router module (for example, the HP J3138A Internet Router Module), or a remote access module (for example, the HP J3230A LanRover/10A by Shiva) is installed. a dynamic indication of how individual switch resources are being used...

  • Page 62: Port Status

    For each port, this screen provides you the following information: Port -- the port number (note that even if a transceiver module is not installed in the transceiver slot in the front of the switch--port B, a port B entry is displayed in the list)

  • Page 63: Port Counters

    An option to display the link status, and further port activity details for a specific port ( Show details ). When you select the Show details action, you are prompted to select the switch port. A sample detailed port counters screen is shown in figure 5-5.

  • Page 64: Port Counters - Show Details

    Help action. In addition to the counters, this screen displays the status of the network connection to this port ( Link Status ), and the MAC address of the Switch Management Module. This MAC address can be used to perform level-2 network connectivity tests (link tests) through this port.

  • Page 65: Address Table

    Address Table Figure 5-6. Example of the Address Table This screen lets you easily determine which switch port is being used to access a specific device on the network. The listing includes: The MAC addresses that the switch has learned from network devices...

  • Page 66: Port Address Table

    This screen lets you easily determine which devices are attached to the selected switch port by listing all of the MAC addresses detected on that port. You can use the Search action at the bottom of the screen to determine whether a specific device (MAC address) is connected to the selected port.

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    Monitoring Switch Operation From the Console Status and Counters Menu In this example, several MAC addresses accessed through port 16 appear in the initial listing. To view any additional addresses that may be in the listing, use the Next page action.

  • Page 68: Spanning Tree (stp) Information

    Monitoring Switch Operation From the Console Status and Counters Menu Spanning Tree (STP) Information Use this screen to determine current switch-level STP parameter settings and statistics. Figure 5-9. Example of Spanning Tree Information 5-10...

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    Status and Counters Menu You can use the Show ports action at the bottom of the screen to display port-level information and parameter settings for each port in the switch (including port type, source MAC address, cost, priority, operating state, and designated bridge).

  • Page 70: Event Log

    (warning) indicates that a service has behaved unexpectedly. (critical) indicates that a severe switch error has occurred. (debug) reserved for HP internal diagnostic information. Date is the date in mm/dd/yy format that the entry was placed in the log. Time is the time in hh:mm:ss format that the entry was placed in the log.

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    Advance display by one event (down one line). Roll back display by one event (up one line). Advance to the end of the log. Display Help for the event log. Monitoring Switch Operation From the Console Event Log range of log events displayed 5-13...

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    The switch is reset by using the Reset button on the Switch Management Module. Power to the switch is interrupted, or the power is cycled. A new operating system is downloaded to the switch. (The event log is not erased by using the Reboot Switch command in the console Main Menu.) 5-14...

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    Windows. HP AdvanceStack Assistant provides complete control of your Switch 208 or 224 through its graphical interface. In addition, it makes use of the HP Embedded Advanced Sampling Environment (HP EASE) and RMON agent software that is on the Switch Management Module to provide powerful but easy to use traffic monitoring and network activity analysis tools.

  • Page 74: Snmp Management Features

    Hewlett-Packard proprietary MIB file you can add to the SNMP database in your network management tool. You can copy the MIB file from the HP AdvanceStack Products CD, shipped with the Switch Management Module, or from following World Wide Web site: http://www.hp.com/go/network_city...

  • Page 75: Snmp Configuration Process

    3.Configure the appropriate SNMP communities. (The “public” community exists by default and is used by HP’s network management applications.) (For more on configuring SNMP communities, refer to page 4-12.) Configure the appropriate trap receivers. (For more on configuring trap receivers, refer to page 4-14.)

  • Page 76: Advanced Management: Rmon And Ease Support, Rmon, Ease

    Because it is based on statistical sampling instead of RMON’s all-inclusive collection schema, EASE lessens the load on devices and network bandwidth. See the Traffic Monitor portion of the HP AdvanceStack Assistant CD-ROM (supplied with your Management Module) for more infor-...

  • Page 77: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This chapter describes how to troubleshoot your Switch Management Module. This chapter covers these topics: checking the Switch Management Module LEDs using the problem/solution table checking for IP configuration errors using diagnostic tests resetting the switch clearing a password for the switch console...

  • Page 78: Checking The Module Leds

    If necessary to resolve the problem, contact your HP-authorized LAN dealer, or use the electronic support services from HP to get assistance. See the perforated card at the front of this manual for more information.

  • Page 79: Problem/solution Table

    • Push the reset button on the Switch Management Module. • Select Reboot Switch from the switch console. • Select the Reset command from HP AdvanceStack Assistant. • Power cycle the switch. Note that only the power cycle option causes the switch and Switch Management Module to run their diagnostic self tests.

  • Page 80: Testing The Switch And Management Module, Ip Configuration Errors, Diagnostic Tests

    IP address, and that you use the correct subnet mask for your network. Diagnostic Tests The HP AdvanceStack Assistant and switch console provide tests and indica- tors that can be used to monitor the switch and its network connections.

  • Page 81: Testing The Switch's Ports And The Links

    This happens whenever the switch is powered on and an active device that is sending link beat is connected to the port, or the connected device is powered on, or the switch is powered on and an active network cable is plugged in to the port.

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    “straight-through” twisted-pair cable; to connect to hubs or other switches, use a “crossover” twisted-pair cable. Refer to appendix A, “Cables and Connectors” in the HP AdvanceStack Switch 208/ 224 Installation and Reference Guide for more information on the pin-outs and use of these cables.

  • Page 83: Resetting The Switch

    Resetting requires physical access to the Switch Management Module. There are two levels of reset: Hardware reset: Momentarily interrupts switch operation, performs a complete hardware self test, clears the switch event log, and reboots the switch. To execute this test, press the Reset button on the Switch Management Module with a pointed object (the button is recessed to prevent accidental actuation).

  • Page 84: Clearing Passwords On The Switch Console

    Press the Clear button for at least one second N o t e After the password has been cleared, access to the switch from the console will no longer be password protected. A new password can be assigned from the switch console.

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    See the perforated card at the beginning of this manual for information on how to get technical support. Your HP-authorized network reseller can also provide you with assistance, both with services that they offer and with services offered by HP. Troubleshooting HP Customer Support Services...

  • Page 87: Regulatory Statements

    CISPR-22 Class A/EN 55022 Class A VCCI Level 1 Immunity: (See the Declaration of Conformity at the end of the Safety and Regulatory Statements in the HP AdvanceStack Switch 208/224 Installation and Reference Guide.) (includes bulkhead and connector) 16.7 cm (6.6 in) 18.3 cm (7.2 in)

  • Page 88: Supported Mibs, Communication Protocols

    Novell IPX Not applicable SNMP SNMP over IPX Bridge MIB Entity MIB MIB-II Ethernet MAU MIB Interface Evolution MIB Ethernet Interface MIB RMON MIB Available on request. Contact your HP-authorized dealer or local HP sales office ICMP Telnet Bootp TFTP...

  • Page 89: Regulatory Statements

    Specifications Regulatory Statements FCC Statement (For U.S.A. Only) Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

  • Page 91: Modem Configuration

    AT command, as described in the tables in this appendix. Note that, in each case, the configuration string for the modem attached to the switch is different than for the one attached to the PC or terminal. Install the modems in the appropriate locations. Make sure the correct modem is installed in each location, according to how it was configured.

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    Modem Configuration US Robotics Courier V.FC/V.34 At the switch end: At the user end: Megahertz XJ2288 PCMCIA card modem At the user end: Practical Peripherals PM288MT II V.34 At the switch end: At the user end: Issue the following AT command: AT&F&C0S0=1&W0...

  • Page 93: Downloading An Operating System, Overview

    Downloading an Operating System There are several methods you can use to download new operating system code to the Switch Management Module. You can use any of the following methods, whichever is more convenient: the TFTP feature-- Download OS command on the console Main Menu HP’s SNMP Download Manager...

  • Page 94: Using Tftp To Download The Os File

    TFTP server used for the download. The OS software to download must be stored in a file on a TFTP server in your network. (The OS file is typically available from HP’s electronic services—refer to the perforated card at the front of this manual.) You know the name of the OS file stored in the TFTP server.

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    Figure C-2. Example of the Download OS Screen During a Download A “progress” bar indicates the progress of the download. When the entire operating system has been received, all activity on the switch halts and the following message appears: WRITING SYSTEM SOFTWARE TO FLASH, BACK SOON...

  • Page 96: Using The Snmp-based Hp Download Manager, Using The Switch-to-switch Download

    Using the SNMP-Based HP Download Manager Included with your Switch Management Module is the HP AdvanceStack Assistant CD ROM. Included in the software on that CD is a utility called HP Download Manager. You can use that utility to download the OS to the Switch Management Module.

  • Page 97: Using The Zmodem To Download The Os File

    Procomm and Reflections. The OS software to download has been stored in a file on the PC. (The OS file is typically available from HP’s electronic services—refer to the perforated card at the front of this manual.)

  • Page 98: Troubleshooting Tftp Downloads

    Figure C-3. Example of Message for Download Failure To find more information on the cause of a download failure, examine the messages in the switch’s Event Log. (See “Event Log” on page 5-11.) Some of the causes of download failures include:...

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    N o t e If an error occurs in which normal switch operation cannot be restored, the switch automatically reboots itself. In this case, an appropriate message is displayed in the copyright screen that appears after the switch reboots. You can display the same information by selecting the Advanced Commands option from the Main Menu and executing the History command.

  • Page 100: Transferring Switch Configurations

    Download a switch configuration file from a networked PC or Unix workstation using TFTP. Upload a switch configuration to a file in a networked PC or Unix workstation using TFTP. Uses a Zmodem-compatible terminal emulation program to download a switch configuration file from a PC or Unix workstation connected to the switch’s...

  • Page 101

    Switch and a PC or Unix Workstation The PC or workstation must be operating as a VT-100 or ANSI terminal, and can be connected either directly or via a modem to the switch’s console port. Also, the PC or workstation must be running a Zmodem-compatible terminal emulation program.

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    File Transfers Transferring Switch Configurations At the command prompt, execute one of the following commands: To upload a configuration to a file on a PC or Unix workstation: To download a configuration from a file on a PC or Unix workstation:...

  • Page 103: Spanning Tree Protocol (stp)

    N o t e The default STP setting in the switch is “Off”. If you are using the switch to provide redundant network paths, you should reconfigure the Spanning Tree Protocol to “On”. Refer to “Spanning Tree Configuration” in chapter 4, “Con- figuring the Switch From the Console”...

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    Figure D-1. Example of Logical and Redundant Paths Between Two Nodes • Active path from node A to node B: 1—> 3 • Backup (redundant) path from node A to node B: 4 —> 2 —> 3 switch A path cost: path cost: 100...

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    … 4-21 serial link … 4-15 SNMP … 4-12 Spanning Tree … 4-17, D-1 System screen … 4-4 transferring switch config to a PC … C-8 trap receivers … 4-14 Configuration Screen options on … 4-3 console about the interface … 3-1 connecting to …...

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    … 3-14 DHCP how it is supported … 4-10 diagnostic tests … 7-4 testing the ports and links … 7-5 testing the Switch and Management Module … 7-4 down time where displayed … 3-6 Download Manager how to use … C-4 download OS (operating system) and event log …...

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    Help line about … 3-9 location on screens … 3-9, 4-2 History command to display a previous message … C-7 HP AdvanceStack Assistant … 6-1 HP Download Manager usage … C-4 HP proprietary MIB descriptions of … 6-2 definition of … 5-4 IEEE 802.1d …...

  • Page 108

    … 5-4 modem configuration of … B-1 connecting to switch … 3-4 modem cable pin-out … 3-5 module features added to switch … 1-1 features summary … 2-3 installing … 1-1 removing … 1-4 Monitor Port configuring … 4-19 description of …...

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    See also reset SNMP community and traps … 6-3 switch, reasons to … 3-15 reconfiguring a parameter … 3-10 redundant path … D-1 spanning tree … 4-17 remote console connecting to … 3-4 removing the module … 1-4 Reset description of button on module …...

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    OS and ROM … 5-3 updating with new download … C-1 VT-100 terminal … C-9 serial cable connection for … 3-3 web site accessing HP for MIB file … 6-2 write access for SNMP … 4-12 ZGet command usage … C-8 ZModem for downloads …...

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    Technical information in this document is subject to change without notice. © Copyright 1997 Hewlett-Packard Company Printed in USA 3/97 Manual Part Number 5966-5228 *5966-5228*...

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