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    HP Hub & Switch Management for OV-UX User 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 autho- rized dealer.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    HP Proactive Networking ........

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    Status - Port Counters ........7-3 Status - Port Status .

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    HP Admin Parameters ........

  • Page 7: Information About Hp Hub & Switch Management For Ov-ux

    You should understand the functions and correct operation of your network devices, such as hubs, bridges, routers, and switches. Your system should be set up to support the use of the HP OpenView platform and HP Hub & Switch Management. You should already have the appropriate network software...

  • Page 8: Features Of Hp Hub & Switch Management

    Information About HP Hub & Switch Management for OV-UX Features of HP Hub & Switch Management Features of HP Hub & Switch Management This section presents some of the features that are included in this version of HP Hub & Switch Management.

  • Page 9: Support For New Switches

    HP Proactive Networking products save time, money and increase produc- tivity. The agent-enabled, web-based management component of Proactive Networking is embedded in newly introduced HP managed hubs and switches. It consists of a Java-based Web agent and an embedded web server. In the past,...

  • Page 10: Technical Product Support

    Click on Support. The information available at this site includes: HP network device MIBs HP network device firmware HP Hub & Switch Management frequently asked questions In addition, you can call your HP Authorized Dealer or the nearest HP Sales and Support Office. ® to servers...

  • Page 11: Before Installing Hp Hub & Switch Management For Ov-ux

    It is assumed that your network devices are properly set up. Support Information If you have difficulty installing or using this product, call your HP Authorized Dealer or the nearest HP Sales and Support Office. You can also obtain information by accessing the HP World Wide Web pages at the following URL:

  • Page 12: Management Station Requirements

    Color planes Mouse * The larger your IP network or the more HP OpenView Windows (ovw) sessions you run, the more memory you will need. A good guideline is 10 megabytes for every additional 500 nodes, or 25 megabytes of memory for every additional ovw session that you expect to run.

  • Page 13: Required Network Configuration

    This ensures speed and accuracy of map generation. All HP 9000 Systems (manager stations or hosts) that are running HP-UX version 10.20 or HP-UX version 11.00 should also be running the HP OpenView SNMP Agent software as part of their networking software.

  • Page 14: Required Patches

    Before Installing HP Hub & Switch Management for OV-UX Required Patches Required Patches The following patches must be installed before installing HP Hub & Switch Management for OV-UX. Contact your HP Authorized Dealer or the nearest HP Sales and Support Office, or download the patches from the HP Electronic Support Center.

  • Page 15: Removing Hp Hub & Switch Management

    Make sure the drive that you will be loading from is connected to the workstation and that your workstation is configured to recognize the CD- ROM drive. Consult the README file on the HP Hub & Switch Management CD for installation procedures. Removing HP Hub & Switch...

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    Node Manager and/or the SNMP Management Platform. Instructions are given here for removing the Hub & Switch Management product. If you want to remove Network Node Manager, see the HP OpenView Network Node Manager Products Installation Guide. To remove products for HP-UX 10.20 or 11.00, use the HP System Administration Manager.

  • Page 17: Introduction To Hp Hub & Switch Management

    When using Hub & Switch Management, you can do the following: use HP OpenView functions to automatically discover and display the IP map (and submaps). HP hubs, bridges, and switches that are set up for SNMP/IP operation will be displayed as appropriate “connector” devices.

  • Page 18: Hp Openview Network Management Platform

    HP OpenView Network Management Platform HP OpenView Network Management Platform HP OpenView is a “platform” for network management applications. As a platform, it allows multiple network management applications that are OpenView compliant—such as HP Hub & Switch Management—to share platform functionality and a common display.

  • Page 19: Snmp Manager And Agents

    Internet Protocol (IP). The network management station used to run Hub & Switch Management is referred to as an SNMP manager system. HP devices with SNMP agents are called agent systems. Each network management operation requested by the manager system is executed by one or more agent systems.

  • Page 20: What Hp Devices Can Be Managed

    What HP Devices Can Be Managed What HP Devices Can Be Managed For device management, HP Hub & Switch Management provides a Device View for most managed HP devices. You can display a Device View using your browser if this feature is supported for the device.

  • Page 21: Hp Procurve Family Of Switches

    HP J4210A HP ProCurve Switch 1600 Browser-manageable HP J4121A HP ProCurve Switch 4000M Browser-manageable HP J4122A HP ProCurve Switch 2400M Browser-manageable Introduction to HP Hub & Switch Management What HP Devices Can Be Managed Note 6 Note 6 Note 7 Note 7...

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    SNMP module J3133A available for J2610B and J2611B. Note 4 HP J2980A 10/100 LAN Switch-16 is not supported on IPX networks. To discover this device on an IP network, the SNMP community name “public” must be configured on the device. 100VG module J2981A and 100BaseTX module J2984A available for HP J2980A.

  • Page 23: Running Hp Hub & Switch Management

    Do the following steps to start your product. Add /opt/OV/bin to your path using one of the commands below. Note that you only need to do this the first time you start the HP OpenView manager software. For These Shells...

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    The ovstart command starts the background processes. (You must be root to perform this step.) If you are not running X Windows (X Windows, HP VUE or HP CDE for HP-UX systems), start it. Optionally, if you want to redirect your X Windows display to a system...

  • Page 25: Verifying Installation Of The Manager Product Set

    > /tmp/ovw.log 2>&1 & This starts up the entire product set you have installed. The graphical network map will be generated in a window, with the HP Hub & Switch Management menu items available in the pull-down menus from the menu bar.

  • Page 26: Stopping And Restarting The Manager Application

    /opt/OV/bin/ovw to return to the map and interface. For more information on these background processes, refer to the HP OpenView Network Node Manager Reference manual or read the man page for the process.

  • Page 27: Restarting The Manager

    Running HP Hub & Switch Management Stopping and Restarting the Manager Application Restarting the Manager If you have stopped the background processes and you want to restart them, use the command /opt/OV/bin/ovstart.

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    Running HP Hub & Switch Management Stopping and Restarting the Manager Application...

  • Page 29: Alerts - Find/fix/inform

    Note: Devices that are manageable with your Web browser feature HP Proactive Networking. For older HP devices, read the chapter “Management for Non-Browserable Devices” or see the online help.

  • Page 30: Uptime

    Quality and Reliability. High quality, reliable HP products will help keep your network running into the next century. HP’s Quality of Service provides service-level guarantees for mission critical applications and multimedia communication applications.

  • Page 31: Interpreting The Alert Log - Find/fix/inform

    Switch meshing for switching ® Cisco Fast EtherChannel for servers HP Proactive Networking products save time, money and increase produc- tivity. Interpreting the Alert Log - Find/Fix/ Inform The Alert Log is displayed in the lower area of the device’s Status - Overview page.

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    Alerts - Find/Fix/Inform Interpreting the Alert Log - Find/Fix/Inform The dialog box displays more information about the alert as well as some suggestions for fixing the problem. When you have reviewed an alert, the “New” icon is no longer displayed. Closing an alert indicates that it is no longer a problem.

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    Sensitivity settings are selected in the Configuration page for the device. Select the Fault Detection button. For hubs, you can set the sensitivity for logging network problems and disabling ports. Switches only have a sensitivity setting for logging network problems. Switches are more capable of isolating prob- lems occurring on a single port than hubs are.

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    Alerts - Find/Fix/Inform Interpreting the Alert Log - Find/Fix/Inform First Time Installation Information. There will be an entry in the Alert Log for first time installation information for the device.

  • Page 35: Accessing Hub Features

    Accessing Hub Features HP Hub & Switch Management lets you manage your HP devices with your browser from anywhere in your network. Several features provide information about the status of your device, alert you to problems in your network, and give you the ability to configure settings for proactive network management.

  • Page 36: Accessing The Device View

    Accessing the Device View Accessing the Device View To launch the Device View, double-click on a device symbol in the HP Network Node Manager map or right-mouse-click on the device symbol and select Monitor HP Hub/Switch. The Status - Overview page for the device displays.

  • Page 37: Reading The Performance Gauges

    Accessing Hub Features Interpreting Device Status Figure 6-1. Hub Status Overview Page Reading the Performance Gauges The performance gauges display statistical information about the selected device. By looking at the gauges, you can quickly determine if there are problems with the network utilization, collisions, the number of broadcasts per second, or the number of error packets.

  • Page 38: Status - Global Counters

    Accessing Hub Features Interpreting Device Status Table 6-1. Attribute Utilization% Collisions% Broadcasts/sec Errors% Multicasts/sec Status - Global Counters Hub Global Counters Selecting the Global Counters button displays a page listing eight counters and their values since the last device reset. The counters are totals for the device.

  • Page 39: Status - Port Counters

    Table 6-2. Switching Hub Global Counters Counter Description Total Octets Total number of octets of data (including bad packets) received on the network. This object can be used to estimate Ethernet utilization. Broadcast Packets Messages sent to all users on the network. Multicast Packets Multicast packets are delivered to a subset of users on the network, as opposed to Broadcast packets, which are sent...

  • Page 40: Configuration - Fault Detection

    Accessing Hub Features Configuring Your Device If the device you selected is not manageable by browser, you can only manage it from the management workstation. Figure 6-2. 10Base-T Hub-12M Device View You can enable and disable individual ports (click on the port to select it), or click on the Select All Ports button to enable or disable all the ports of a device in one step.

  • Page 41: Configuration - System Information

    Accessing Hub Features Configuring Your Device and faulty network interface cards. The Fault Detection page lets you set the sensitivity and actions that occur when a fault is detected on a port in your network. For hubs, you can set the sensitivity for logging network problems and disabling ports.

  • Page 42: Configuring Ip

    Accessing Hub Features Configuring Your Device Configuring IP Select the way that you want IP addresses configured for your network: Manual - Set the IP address through the console. Disabled - IP is disabled, there is no access to management or telnet. Not Recommended.

  • Page 43: Port Configuration

    Port Configuration The Port Configuration page displays information about the hub ports. To enable a port, select the port number in the page, then click Enable Selected Ports. Use the Disable Selected Ports button to disable a port or group of ports. The information displayed is described in the table.

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    Accessing Hub Features Configuring Your Device Figure 6-4. Setting Backup Links You can create one or more backup links by selecting the Backup Links button and clicking on the Add New Backup Link... button at the bottom of that page. The parameters are described in the table. Table 6-4.

  • Page 45: Configuring Load Balancing - Switching Hubs

    Balancing button. If you want to undo the load balancing, select the Undo Last Load Balancing button. Configuration - Support URL You can obtain support information by going to the HP Support site on the World Wide Web. The URL is: Select Support.

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    Accessing Hub Features Configuring Your Device If you want to change the URL that is accessed when the Support tab is selected, type in the new address and click on the Apply Changes button. For example, you could change the URL to launch your site home page. 6-12...

  • Page 47: Managing Switches

    Status - Overview To launch the Status - Overview page for a switch that is manageable by browser, double-click on the switch symbol in the HP Network Node Manager map or right-mouse-click on the symbol and select Monitor HP Hub/Switch.

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    Figure 7-1. Switch Status Overview Page Graph Area The bar graph gives a quick overview of the performance of the switch. Each bar shows the highest percentage of transmitted (TX) or received (RX) traffic utilization for that port in the last five seconds.

  • Page 49: Status - Port Counters

    See Alerts - Find/Fix/Inform for information on reading and acknowledging alerts. Status - Port Counters The Port Counters information for switches displays specific network conditions or traffic. See the online help for more information about each counter. Managing Switches Switch Status...

  • Page 50: Status - Port Status

    Status - Port Status The Port Status page (switches only) displays the operational status of each switch port. The settings can be changed in the Configuration - Port Configuration page. The Port Status settings are described in the following table.

  • Page 51: Identity

    Fault Detection. Device View There is a Device View for every managed HP switch. The Device View for the HP ProCurve Switch 8000M looks like the following graphic. Use the online help to obtain information about specific switch modules.

  • Page 52: Configuration - Fault Detection

    Managing Switches Configuration Figure 7-2. HP ProCurve Switch 8000M Device View Configuration - Fault Detection The automatic fault detection feature protects your network from failing because of problems such as network loops, defective cables, transceivers and faulty network interface cards. Network problems are automatically detected and entered in the Alert Log.

  • Page 53: Configuration - System Information

    If you select Manual configuration, you can change the IP address, a subnet mask, and a default gateway for the device. Some switches let you configure an IP address for every VLAN you have created. Figure 7-3. Switch IP Configuration Managing Switches Configuration...

  • Page 54: Configuration - Port Configuration

    Static addresses are used for an extended time period. Configuration - Port Configuration The Port Configuration page displays information about the switch ports. The settings are explained in the following table. To modify a port setting, click on a port then select the Modify Selected Ports button. Modify multiple ports at one time by using Ctrl-Click to select the desired ports.

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    The port number. The port may be appended with one of the following: • Trkx - The port trunk to which this port belongs • Mesh - The port has been assigned to a switch mesh domain • MP - The port is a Monitor Port Port Type The MAC layer type, for example, 100VG or FDDI.

  • Page 56: Configuration - Assigning A Monitoring Port

    Port” that you can use with a network analyzer to monitor other ports on the switch. For the HP J3298A and HP J3299A you can only choose the Monitoring port and the port to be monitored. For other switches you can choose to have all the ports for one VLAN monitored, or you can select individual ports to be monitored.

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    Switches are also a more cost-effective solution. You can create virtual LANs by assigning selected ports of your HP switch to a VLAN.

  • Page 58: Configuration - Device Features

    For example, if User A sends out a broadcast message to connect to its server, the request is sent out of all ports on the switch. When the server responds to User A, the switch intercepts the response and learns that the server is on that port.

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    MAC address of a node that corresponds to the network layer address. When Broadcast Control is enabled, the switch intercepts the ARP packet on its way to the destination node. If this destination is unknown to the switch, the switch floods the ARP request to all ports. When the destination port responds, the switch stores information about the source and destination MAC addresses and layer 3 addresses in its ARP cache.

  • Page 60: Internet Group Management Protocol (igmp)

    A set of queriers and hosts that send and receive data from the same set of sources is a multicast group. The HP switches have a standards-based IGMP implementation. The switches process IGMP packets by learning which of the switch’s interfaces are linked to hosts that are members of multicast groups and multicast routers.

  • Page 61: The Spanning Tree Protocol

    Forward with High Priority When “Forward with High Priority” is checked, any IGMP packets received by the switch will be forwarded in a prioritized manner, preceding packets with normal priority. The Spanning Tree Protocol The Spanning Tree Protocol (IEEE 802.1d) maintains a loop-free topology in networks with redundant bridges or switches.

  • Page 62: Configuration - Support/mgmt Urls

    Configuration - Support/Mgmt URLs Support URL To go directly to the HP Support Site on the World Wide Web, click on the Support tab. You will launch the site indicated by the URL that has been entered in the Configure - Support/Mgmt URLs page. By default this is the HP Network City support site.

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    Enter the URL for your management server. This will let you display the online help at any client in the network. Note: This field will contain the address for the HP Network City web site by default. If you do not change it, the online help will be loaded from the HP Network City site.

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    Managing Switches Configuration 7-18...

  • Page 65: Setting Up Security For A Device

    Note: For older HP devices that cannot be managed with a Web browser, read the chapter “Management for Non-Browserable Devices”...

  • Page 66: Manager/operator Password Combinations

    Setting Up Security for a Device Device Passwords Figure 8-1. Assign Passwords to a Device There are two categories of passwords: Operator (Read only): The Operator can view all pages except the Security pages. For switches, this password is the same as the console password. Manager (Full Read and Write permissions): The Manager can view all pages and make any changes in any page.

  • Page 67: The Function Of Community Names

    Manager passwords, which protect access to the browser interface and console settings. To set a Community Name for a device: Right mouse click on a device symbol and select SNMP Configure HP Hub/Switch Enter the passwords in the Set SNMP Passwords (Communities) page.

  • Page 68: Port Security (hubs Only)

    Setting Up Security for a Device Port Security (hubs only) Port Security (hubs only) You can assign security levels on hubs port by port. Select the Port Security button to view the current settings for each port. This feature is not available for switches.

  • Page 69: Authorized Address

    Eavesdrop Prevention Eavesdrop Prevention is a feature of several HP devices that stops a computer or other device from seeing network traffic that is not intended for that port. When Eavesdrop Prevention is configured on a port, the port’s authorized MAC address is compared with the destination address of any outbound packets.

  • Page 70: Disable Port

    Note: In order for traps to function, you must also set the trap in the Thresholds dialog box, as follows: Using the right mouse button, click on the device symbol in the HP Network Node Manager map. Select SNMP Configuration.

  • Page 71: Set Security Policy For Selected Ports (hubs Only)

    Setting Up Security for a Device Set Security Policy for Selected Ports (hubs only) port will not be disabled when a new address is learned if the setting is Continuous. Set Security Policy for Selected Ports (hubs only) You can set the security policy port by port, or by selecting a group of ports. Select one port by clicking on the entry in the Port Security page.

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    Setting Up Security for a Device The Intrusion Log (hubs only) Intruder Address - Address of the intruder. The IP address is displayed for SNMP agent violations. The MAC address is displayed for port violations. The port violation must be cleared before another port violation will display.

  • Page 73: Performing Diagnostics

    Performing Diagnostics Using HP Hub & Switch Management, you can help isolate faults by running device self-tests, Link tests, and Ping tests (IP networks). Note: For older HP devices that cannot be managed with a Web browser, read the chapter “Management for Non-Browserable Devices”...

  • Page 74: Rebooting A Device

    Performing Diagnostics Rebooting a Device Figure 9-1. Ping/Link Test The number of successes or failures of the test packets reaching the Destination IP or MAC Address are displayed at the top of the page. A failure means that either the device at the destination address did not respond within the timeout specified, or the data returned from the device indicated an error.

  • Page 75: Resetting A Hub To Factory Default Settings

    Performing Diagnostics Resetting a Hub to Factory Default Settings Resetting a Hub to Factory Default Settings Resetting the hub to the factory default settings removes any configuration changes that you have made since installing the device, and restores the factory defaults. The IP address is also removed; you must enter an IP address before the device will operate on your network, unless you have Bootp or DHCP.

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    Performing Diagnostics Producing a Configuration Report...

  • Page 77: Hp Hub & Switch Management Admin

    Enter /opt/HPASA/bin/admin at the command line prompt. In an OpenView submap, display the Options menu and select HP Hub & Switch Admin. HP Admin Parameters The parameters that you can set in HP Admin are grouped into these catego- ries: Network parameters User Interface parameters...

  • Page 78: Network Parameters

    HP Hub & Switch Management Admin HP Admin Parameters The parameters are briefly described below. For more information, see the HP Admin online help. Network Parameters Network parameters enable you to set values and behavior for network device communication and Closeup View activity. The parameters for network device communication are described in the following table.

  • Page 79: User Interface Parameters

    (a box appears around the symbol) and you double-click on it, a Closeup View of the device appears. HP Admin gives you two check boxes in the Make Device Symbols Execut- able at OpenView Startup section that allow you to change the state of the device symbols the next time OpenView is started.

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    Thresholds: Collision%; High Priority 10-8 Description • This parameter controls HP Hub & Switch Management messages to the user. There are 3 user-level parameters: • Beginner (User Level 1, default): Message boxes will notify the user when device parameter modifications have completed.

  • Page 81: Graph Options Parameters

    Graph Options Parameters HP Admin graph options parameters enable you to control different aspects of the graphing feature. The parameters are described in the following table. Table 10-3. Graph Option Parameters Parameter Description Graph Log Format This parameter allows you to choose the format of the information logged to a graph log file from the Graph Counters function.

  • Page 82: Printer Configuration Parameters

    “piped” into the command specified by the lp command text. Your can modify the lp command string to meet your printer requirements. See your HP-UX man pages for more information on the lp command.

  • Page 83: Openview Configuration Options

    Returns to the main HP Admin dialog box without saving configuration changes. Help Accesses the HP Admin online help system. OpenView Configuration Options You can change the way that OpenView and HP Hub & Switch Management interact by setting these options: ForceMapUpdates NoMapWalk Trace...

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    If this option is not set, symbols that are already executable are not updated with the new information. NoMapWalk. When you start HP Hub & Switch Management, it can take a long time to scan (“walk”) a large OpenView map to get the information needed to provide full functionality.

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    Distributed Console. HP Hub & Switch Management is started remotely when you use Network Node Manager’s Distributed Console feature from a client station. The program “ovexec” displays a pop-up window in which you enter a password for the remote system. If you do not want this pop-up to be displayed, that is, you do not wish to enter a password, select the “remsh”...

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    HP Hub & Switch Management Admin HP Admin Parameters 10-14...

  • Page 87: Management For Non-browserable Devices

    Use the online help for more information about specific device functions. About Closeup Views HP Hub & Switch Management provides direct access to HP hub, bridge, and switch management for devices that are not manageable with a Web browser through graphical control panels, or Closeup Views. If you have switching hubs, you can also use the Closeup View to create and modify segments in your network.

  • Page 88: Displaying The Closeup View

    From an HP OpenView map, use the left mouse button and double-click on a hub, bridge, or switch symbol. On an HP OpenView map, select a hub, bridge, or switch symbol. Then display the Monitor menu and select HP Hub/Switch.

  • Page 89: Closeup View Areas

    The number of Closeup Views that you can display at one time depends on your free system resources available (such as available memory). If the HP device can be managed with your browser, the menu option SNMP Configure HP Hub/Switch will also display when you right-mouse-click on a device symbol.

  • Page 90: Overview Of Toolbar Functions

    Overview of Toolbar Functions HP Hub & Switch Management device functions in the Closeup Views allow you to configure, monitor and manage HP hubs, bridges, and switches. The following table summarizes the Toolbar menu functions in the Closeup Views.

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    T hub, 100VG hub, 10/100 switch, or bridge). Displays a Logon dialog box. If a hub, bridge or switch has a password, you must first log on to it before you can change configuration or security features, or run diagnostic tests. Logon passwords are set up using the Configuration button (select Set Administration).

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    Management for Non-Browserable Devices Overview of Toolbar Functions Table 11-1. Summary of Toolbar Functions Icon 11-6 Toolbar Button Description Diagnose Displays a pop-up menu list of device or network test functions. The tests that can be performed depend on the type of device. Security Displays a tabbed dialog box for configuring security:...

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    • Port number • Segment to which the port belongs • Connected status: indicates whether the port is currently connected to a device • Status: the port is enabled or disabled. Runs the Hub & Switch Management online help system. 11-7...

  • Page 94: Configuration Functions

    Management for Non-Browserable Devices Overview of Toolbar Functions Configuration Functions items displayed depend on the type of device. See the online help for details about the Configuration menu items. Setting the Configuration Parameters When you select the Configuration icon, the Configuration tabbed dialog box displays.

  • Page 95: Agent Firmware Versions

    HP networking Web page. The URL is: Verifying Device Agent Versions You can check the agent version on an HP device using one of the following methods: Use the device’s console port interface (a non-network connection).

  • Page 96: Preparing Network Devices

    Device Network Addresses On an IP network, each managed device must have an IP address. If you intend to run HP Hub & Switch Management on an IP network, you must configure the IP address for each device you want to manage.

  • Page 97: Globally Assigned Ip Network Addresses

    Protocols and Architecture by Douglas E. Comer (Prentice-Hall, Inc., publisher). Configuring IP Parameters To run HP Hub and Switch Management on an IP network, you must configure the management station and all managed devices for IP. Appendix A Configuring IP Parameters 1-703-742-4777

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    IP address on a network must be unique. The default value,, disables IP communications. Use the default value only if you are not going to manage the device with HP Hub & Switch Management and you want to disable IP communications for that device.

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    Refer to the device’s Installation and Reference Guide for use of the device’s RS-232 console port. Note: For HP hubs, HP Hub & Switch Management can be used to change IP addresses after they have been initially assigned during installation.

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    Appendix A Configuring IP Parameters...

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    … 8-3, A-4 setting … 8-3 configuration IP … 6-8 ports … 6-9 switch device view … 7-5 switch fault detection … 7-6 switch IP … 7-7 switch ports … 7-8 switch system information … 7-7 system information … 6-7 Configuration Report …...

  • Page 102

    Graph Log Format … 10-9 2 – Index graphing configuration parameters for … 10-9 hosts.equiv … 10-13 HP Admin … 10-5 Graph options … 10-5 Network … 10-5 user interface … 10-5 HP VUE … 4-2 IGMP … 7-12, 7-14 installation starting the manager application …...

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    … 3-3 NoMapWalk … 10-11–10-12 NSQ … 7-12 OpenView description … 3-2 Network Node Manager … 3-2 starting on HP-UX 10.x … 4-1 Operator, with password … 8-2 /opt/OV/bin/ovstop … 4-4 /opt/OV/bin/ovw … 4-4 Output Format … 10-10 ovexec … 10-13 ovstop …...

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    Spanning Tree Protocol … 7-12, 7-15 starting AdvanceStack Assistant ovexec … 10-13 remotely … 10-13 using remsh … 10-13 starting HP Admin … 10-5 starting Hub & Switch Management … 4-1 status port counters … 7-3 stopping the manager … 4-4 subnet mask …...

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