Installation and Getting Started Guide
Using the Web Management Interface for Basic Configuration
The Web management interface enables you to easily make numerous configuration changes by entering or
changing information on configuration panels such as the one shown in Figure 9.1. This example is for a routing
switch. The HP 6208M-SX does not have routing options but does have some additional options not available on
System configuration panel for an HP routing switch
You can perform the following configuration tasks from the System configuration panel:
Enter system administration information.
Review or modify the IP, mask, and gateway addresses (HP 6208M-SX only).
Assign IP sub-net (interface) addresses and masks (routing switches only).
Assign DHCP gateway lists for DHCP Assist operation (HP 6208M-SX only).
Configure Domain Name Server (DNS) Resolver.
Define a MAC address filter.
Set the system clock.
Configure the device to use a Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) server.
Enable port-based and/or layer 3 protocol VLANs.
Enable or disable IP Multicast Traffic Reduction (HP 6208M-SX only).
Enable or disable IGMP (HP 6208M-SX only).
Enable or disable protocol—OSPF, RIP, IPX, DVMRP, PIM, SRP, VRRP, BGP4, AppleTalk (routing switches
Assign Layer 4 QoS Priority (HP 6208M-SX only).
NOTE: Layer 4 priority for routing switches is set using the IP policy command found at the global CONFIG
level of the CLI and the IP configuration sheet for the Web management interface.
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