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Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Software Configuration Manual

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Software Configuration Manual (570 pages)

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Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation23................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request25................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview27................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Embedded Ciscoview Support28................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Embedded Ciscoview28................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Configuring Embedded Ciscoview28................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Embedded Ciscoview Information29................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Cli31................................................................................................................................................................
Command-line Interfaces31................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Cli Through The Eia/tia-232 Console Interface31................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Cli Through Telnet32................................................................................................................................................................
Performing History Substitution33................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Command Line Processing33................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ios Command Modes34................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying A List Of Cisco Ios Commands And Syntax35................................................................................................................................................................
Rom-monitor Command-line Interface36................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch For The First Time37................................................................................................................................................................
Default Configuration37................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch38................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Setup Facility Or The Setup Command38................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Global Parameters39................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Interfaces44................................................................................................................................................................
Using Configuration Mode46................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Running Configuration Before Saving46................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Running Configuration Settings47................................................................................................................................................................
Reviewing The Configuration47................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Default Gateway48................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Static Route48................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Bootp Server50................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Access To Privileged Exec Commands51................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Or Changing A Static Enable Password51................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Enable Password And Enable Secret Commands51................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Or Changing A Line Password52................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Tacacs+ Password Protection For Privileged Exec Mode52................................................................................................................................................................
Encrypting Passwords53................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multiple Privilege Levels53................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering A Lost Enable Password55................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying The Supervisor Engine Startup Configuration56................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Supervisor Engine Boot Configuration56................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Software Configuration Register57................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Startup System Image60................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Flash Memory60................................................................................................................................................................
Bootldr Environment Variable61................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Environment Variables62................................................................................................................................................................
Config_file Environment Variable62................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine Redundant Operation65................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine Redundancy Requirements66................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronizing The Supervisor Engine Configurations67................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Files To The Redundant Supervisor Engine68................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Supervisor Engine Redundancy68................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rpr And Rpr71................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Supervisor Engine Redundancy71................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine Redundancy Overview71................................................................................................................................................................
Rpr Operation72................................................................................................................................................................
Rpr+ Operation72................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine Synchronization73................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine Redundancy Guidelines And Restrictions74................................................................................................................................................................
Rpr+ Guidelines And Restrictions74................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Mode Restrictions76................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Supervisor Engine Redundancy76................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Redundancy States78................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Fast Software Upgrade79................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Files To An Msfc80................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Interface Configuration81................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Interface Command82................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Range Of Interfaces84................................................................................................................................................................
Defining And Using Interface-range Macros86................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Optional Interface Features87................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ethernet Interface Speed And Duplex Mode87................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Jumbo Frame Support90................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ieee 802.3z Flow Control94................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Port Debounce Timer95................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Description For An Interface96................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Online Insertion And Removal97................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Maintaining Interfaces97................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Interface Status97................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Counters On An Interface98................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting An Interface99................................................................................................................................................................
Shutting Down And Restarting An Interface99................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Layer 2 Switching Works101................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Layer 2 Ethernet Switching101................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Lan Ports For Layer 2 Switching101................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Vlan Trunks102................................................................................................................................................................
Trunking Overview103................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Lan Port Modes104................................................................................................................................................................
Default Layer 2 Lan Interface Configuration105................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Lan Interface Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions106................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Lan Interfaces For Layer 2 Switching107................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Lan Port For Layer 2 Switching107................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Layer 2 Switching Port As A Trunk108................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Lan Interface As A Layer 2 Access Port114................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Custom Ieee 802.1q Ethertype Field Value116................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vtp119................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Vtp Works119................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Vtp Domain120................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Vtp Modes120................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Vtp Advertisements120................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Vtp Version 2121................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Vtp Pruning121................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Vtp Version121................................................................................................................................................................
Vtp Default Configuration123................................................................................................................................................................
Vtp Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions123................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vtp Global Parameters124................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Vtp Pruning125................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Vtp Mode126................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Vtp Statistics128................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vlans129................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Vlans Work129................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Overview129................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Ranges130................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Vlan Parameters131................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Token Ring Vlans131................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Default Configuration134................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions136................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Configuration Options137................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Or Modifying An Ethernet Vlan138................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Layer 2 Lan Interface To A Vlan140................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Internal Vlan Allocation Policy140................................................................................................................................................................
Mapping 802.1q Vlans To Isl Vlans140................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Private Vlans143................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Private Vlans Work143................................................................................................................................................................
Private Vlan Configuration Restrictions And Guidelines144................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Vlan As A Private Vlan147................................................................................................................................................................
Associating Secondary Vlans With A Primary Vlan148................................................................................................................................................................
Mapping Secondary Vlans To The Layer 3 Vlan Interface Of A Primary Vlan149................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Layer 2 Interface As A Private Vlan Host Port150................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Layer 2 Interface As A Private Vlan Promiscuous Port151................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cisco Ip Phone Support153................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Cisco Ip Phone Support153................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ip Phone Connections153................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ip Phone Voice Traffic154................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ip Phone Data Traffic155................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ip Phone Power Configurations155................................................................................................................................................................
Default Cisco Ip Phone Support Configuration156................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Voice Traffic Support157................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Data Traffic Support159................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Inline Power Support160................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Layer 3 Interfaces161................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Routing And Addresses162................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ipx Routing And Network Numbers166................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Appletalk Routing, Cable Ranges, And Zones167................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Other Protocols On Layer 3 Interfaces168................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Etherchannels169................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Etherchannels Work169................................................................................................................................................................
Etherchannel Feature Overview170................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Etherchannels Are Configured170................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Port Channel Interfaces173................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Load Balancing173................................................................................................................................................................
Etherchannel Feature Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions173................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Channel Logical Interfaces For Layer 3 Etherchannels175................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Channel Groups176................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Lacp System Priority And System Id178................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Etherchannel Load Balancing179................................................................................................................................................................
Q Tunneling Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions184................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring 802.1q Tunneling185................................................................................................................................................................
Preconfiguration Tasks186................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring 802.1q Tunnel Ports186................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Layer 2 Protocol Tunneling Works187................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch To Tag Native Vlan Traffic187................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Support For Layer 2 Protocol Tunneling188................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Stp And Ieee 802.1s Mst191................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Stp Works192................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Overview192................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Bridge Id193................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Bridge Protocol Data Units194................................................................................................................................................................
Election Of The Root Bridge194................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Protocol Timers195................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Spanning Tree Topology195................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Port States196................................................................................................................................................................
Blocking State198................................................................................................................................................................
Listening State199................................................................................................................................................................
Learning State200................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding State201................................................................................................................................................................
Disabled State202................................................................................................................................................................
Stp And Ieee 802.1q Trunks202................................................................................................................................................................
Rstp Port Roles203................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Ieee 802.1w Rstp Works203................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 802.1w Rstp Overview203................................................................................................................................................................
Rstp Port States204................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Ieee 802.1s Mst Works204................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 802.1s Mst Overview205................................................................................................................................................................
Mst-to-pvst Interoperability206................................................................................................................................................................
Common Spanning Tree208................................................................................................................................................................
Mst Instances208................................................................................................................................................................
Mst Configuration Parameters208................................................................................................................................................................
Mst Regions209................................................................................................................................................................
Boundary Ports209................................................................................................................................................................
Message Age And Hop Count210................................................................................................................................................................
Default Stp Configuration211................................................................................................................................................................
Stp And Mst Configuration Guidelines211................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Stp212................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Stp213................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Extended System Id214................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Root Bridge215................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Secondary Root Bridge216................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Stp Port Priority217................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Stp Port Cost219................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Bridge Priority Of A Vlan220................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Hello Time222................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Forward-delay Time For A Vlan222................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Maximum Aging Time For A Vlan223................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Rapid-pvst223................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Mst224................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ieee 802.1s Mst224................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Mode225................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Mst Configurations226................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mst Instance Parameters229................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mst Instance Port Parameters230................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting Protocol Migration230................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Optional Stp Features233................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Portfast Works234................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Bpdu Guard Works234................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Portfast Bpdu Filtering Works234................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Uplinkfast Works235................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Backbonefast Works236................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Etherchannel Guard Works238................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Root Guard Works238................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Loop Guard Works238................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Portfast240................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Portfast Bpdu Filtering242................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Bpdu Guard243................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Uplinkfast244................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Backbonefast245................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Etherchannel Guard246................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Root Guard246................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Loop Guard247................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Layer 3 Switching Works249................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Hardware Layer 3 Switching On Pfc2 And Dfcs250................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Layer 3-switched Packet Rewrite250................................................................................................................................................................
Default Hardware Layer 3 Switching Configuration252................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Switching Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions252................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Hardware Layer 3 Switching253................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Hardware Layer 3 Switching Statistics254................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Multicast Layer 3 Switching255................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Ip Multicast Layer 3 Switching Works255................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Multicast Layer 3 Switching Overview256................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Layer 3 Switching Cache256................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Multicast Layer 3 Switching Flow Mask257................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3-switched Multicast Packet Rewrite257................................................................................................................................................................
Partially And Completely Switched Flows258................................................................................................................................................................
Non-rpf Traffic Processing259................................................................................................................................................................
Default Ip Multicast Layer 3 Switching Configuration261................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc2 With Mscf2262................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc1 With Msfc Or Mscf2262................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc2 With Mscf262................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc1 With Msfc Or Mscf262................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc1 And Pfc2 General Restrictions263................................................................................................................................................................
Unsupported Features263................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ip Multicast Routing Globally264................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ip Pim On Layer 3 Interfaces264................................................................................................................................................................
Source Specific Multicast With Igmpv3, Igmp V3lite, And Urd264................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ip Multicast Layer 3 Switching On Layer 3 Interfaces265................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Layer 3 Switching Global Threshold265................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Installation Of Directly Connected Subnets266................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Netflow-based Rate Limiting Of Rpf Failures266................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Cef-based Rate Limiting Of Rpf Failures267................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Shortcut-consistency Checking267................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ip Multicast Layer 3 Hardware Switching Summary268................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Acl-based Filtering Of Rpf Failures268................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Rpf Failure Rate-limiting Information268................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Ip Multicast Routing Table270................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ip Multicast Layer 3 Switching Statistics271................................................................................................................................................................
Using Debug Commands272................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Ip Multicast Layer 3 Switching Statistics273................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Ip Mls Works276................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Mls Overview276................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Mls Flows276................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Mls Cache277................................................................................................................................................................
Flow Masks277................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Mls Operation279................................................................................................................................................................
Default Ip Mls Configuration280................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Mls Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions280................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Mls280................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ip Mls Globally280................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling And Enabling Ip Mls On A Layer 3 Interface281................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Interface Ip Mls Configuration281................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Minimum Ip Mls Flow Mask282................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Mls Aging-time282................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ip Mls Cache Entries283................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ip Mls Information283................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ip Mls Cache Entries For A Specific Destination Address284................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Cache Entries For A Specific Source Ip Address284................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Entries For A Specific Ip Flow285................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Ip Mls Cache Entries285................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ip Mls Contention Table And Statistics286................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Ip Mls288................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ipx Unicast Layer 3 Switching On Supervisor Engine289................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Ipx Mls Works290................................................................................................................................................................
Ipx Mls Overview290................................................................................................................................................................
Ipx Mls Flows290................................................................................................................................................................
Ipx Mls Operation292................................................................................................................................................................
Default Ipx Mls Configuration293................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions293................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ipx Mls294................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ipx Mls Globally294................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ipx Mls On A Layer 3 Interface294................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Mls Aging Time295................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Minimum Ipx Mls Flow Mask296................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ipx Mls Information296................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ipx Mls Cache Entries297................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Ipx Mls Contention Table299................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ipx Mls Vlan Statistics300................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Ipx Mls Cache Entries301................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Ipx Mls302................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Igmp Snooping303................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Igmp Snooping Works303................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping Overview304................................................................................................................................................................
Joining A Multicast Group304................................................................................................................................................................
Leaving A Multicast Group306................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Igmp Snooping Querier307................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Igmp Version 3 Support308................................................................................................................................................................
Default Igmp Snooping Configuration308................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines And Restrictions308................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Igmp Snooping Querier309................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Igmp Snooping311................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Igmp Snooping Learning312................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Multicast Router Port Statically312................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Igmp Query Interval313................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Igmp Fast-leave Processing313................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Host Statically314................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Igmp Snooping Information314................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Multicast Router Interfaces314................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Mac Address Multicast Entries315................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Rgmp Works317................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rgmp317................................................................................................................................................................
Default Rgmp Configuration318................................................................................................................................................................
Rgmp Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions318................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Rgmp On Layer 3 Interfaces319................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Network Security321................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Configuration Guidelines321................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware And Software Acl Support322................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines And Restrictions For Using Layer 4 Operators In Acls323................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Layer 4 Operation Usage323................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Logical Operation Unit Usage324................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Cisco Ios Firewall Feature Set325................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ios Firewall Feature Set Support Overview325................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions326................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cbac On Catalyst 6500 Series Switches327................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vlan Acls328................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Vacls328................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mac Address-based Traffic Blocking328................................................................................................................................................................
Bridged Packets329................................................................................................................................................................
Routed Packets330................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Packets331................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vacls331................................................................................................................................................................
Vacl Configuration Overview332................................................................................................................................................................
Defining A Vlan Access Map332................................................................................................................................................................
Applying A Vlan Access Map334................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Vlan Access Map Configuration335................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Access Map Configuration And Verification Examples335................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Capture Port336................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vacl Logging337................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tcp Intercept338................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding339................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Unicast Rpf Support339................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Unicast Rpf339................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Self-pinging339................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Unicast Rpf Checking Mode340................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Unicast Flood Protection341................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mac Move Notification342................................................................................................................................................................
Dos Protection Overview345................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Denial Of Service Protection345................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dos Protection346................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine Dos Protection346................................................................................................................................................................
Security Acls346................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Acls348................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Information Base Rate-limiting349................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Throttling349................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Packet Drop Statistics350................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ieee 802.1x Port-based Authentication353................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding 802.1x Port-based Authentication353................................................................................................................................................................
Device Roles354................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication Initiation And Message Exchange355................................................................................................................................................................
Ports In Authorized And Unauthorized States356................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Topologies356................................................................................................................................................................
Default 802.1x Port-based Authentication Configuration357................................................................................................................................................................
X Port-based Authentication Guidelines And Restrictions358................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring 802.1x Port-based Authentication359................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling 802.1x Port-based Authentication359................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Switch-to-radius-server Communication360................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Periodic Reauthentication362................................................................................................................................................................
Manually Reauthenticating The Client Connected To A Port363................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing Authentication For The Client Connected To A Port363................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Quiet Period363................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Switch-to-client Retransmission Time364................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Switch-to-client Retransmission Time For Eap-request Frames365................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Multiple Hosts366................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Switch-to-client Frame Retransmission Number366................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The 802.1x Configuration To The Default Values367................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying 802.1x Status367................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Security369................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Port Security369................................................................................................................................................................
Default Port Security Configuration370................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security Guidelines And Restrictions370................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Security On An Interface371................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Security Aging372................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Port Security Settings373................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Layer 3 Protocol Filtering Works375................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Layer 3 Protocol Filtering On Supervisor Engine375................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Layer 3 Protocol Filtering376................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Layer 3 Protocol Filtering376................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Layer 3 Protocol Filtering On A Layer 2 Lan Interface377................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Layer 3 Protocol Filtering Configuration377................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Traffic Storm Control379................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Traffic Storm Control379................................................................................................................................................................
Default Traffic Storm Control Configuration380................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Traffic Storm Control380................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Traffic Storm Control Settings382................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Broadcast Suppression Works383................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Broadcast Suppression383................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Broadcast Suppression385................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cdp387................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Cdp Works387................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Cdp Globally388................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Cdp Global Configuration388................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Cdp On A Port388................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Cdp Interface Configuration389................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Maintaining Cdp389................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pfc Qos391................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Pfc Qos Works391................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Supported By Pfc Qos392................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Terminology393................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc Qos Feature Flowcharts396................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc Qos Feature Summary401................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress Lan Port Features402................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc Marking And Policing406................................................................................................................................................................
Lan Egress Port Features411................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc Qos Statistics Data Export414................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc Qos Default Configuration415................................................................................................................................................................
Pfc Qos Configuration Guidelines And Restrictions421................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Pfc Qos Globally423................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Queueing-only Mode424................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Named Aggregate Policers425................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Pfc Qos Policy427................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Policy Map432................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Microflow Policing440................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Microflow Policing Of Bridged Traffic440................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Pfc Features On An Interface441................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Vlan-based Pfc Qos On Layer 2 Lan Ports442................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Trust State Of Ethernet Lan And Osm Ingress Ports443................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ingress Lan Port Cos Value444................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Standard-queue Drop Threshold Percentages444................................................................................................................................................................
Mapping Cos Values To Drop Thresholds449................................................................................................................................................................
Allocating Bandwidth Between Lan-port Transmit Queues454................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Receive-queue Size Ratio On A 1p1q0t Or 1p1q8t Ingress Lan Ports454................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Lan-port Transmit-queue Size Ratio455................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dscp Value Maps456................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pfc Qos Statistics Data Export460................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Udld469................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Udld Works469................................................................................................................................................................
Udld Overview469................................................................................................................................................................
Udld Aggressive Mode470................................................................................................................................................................
Default Udld Configuration471................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Udld Globally471................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Udld On Individual Lan Interfaces472................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Udld Probe Message Interval473................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Udld On Fiber-optic Lan Interfaces473................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting Disabled Lan Interfaces474................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Nde475................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Nde Works475................................................................................................................................................................
Nde Overview476................................................................................................................................................................
Nde From The Msfc476................................................................................................................................................................
Nde From The Pfc476................................................................................................................................................................
Default Nde Configuration481................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Nde On The Pfc482................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Nde On The Msfc487................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Nde Address And Port Configuration488................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Nde Flow Filters489................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Nde Configuration491................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Local Span And Rspan493................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Local Span And Rspan Work493................................................................................................................................................................
Local Span And Rspan Overview493................................................................................................................................................................
Local Span And Rspan Sessions495................................................................................................................................................................
Monitored Traffic496................................................................................................................................................................
Span Sources496................................................................................................................................................................
Destination Ports497................................................................................................................................................................
Local Span And Rspan Session Limits497................................................................................................................................................................
Local Span And Rspan Source And Destination Limits498................................................................................................................................................................
Local Span And Rspan Guidelines And Restrictions498................................................................................................................................................................
Vspan Guidelines And Restrictions499................................................................................................................................................................
Rspan Guidelines And Restrictions499................................................................................................................................................................
Local Span And Rspan Configuration Overview500................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rspan Vlans501................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Local Or Rspan Sources501................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Specific Source Vlans On A Source Trunk Port502................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Local Span And Rspan Destinations502................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Destination Port As An Unconditional Trunk503................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration504................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Examples505................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Web Cache Services Using Wccp507................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Wccp508................................................................................................................................................................
Wccp Overview508................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Acceleration508................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Wccpv1 Configuration509................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Wccpv2 Configuration510................................................................................................................................................................
Wccpv2 Features511................................................................................................................................................................
Md5 Security512................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions For Wccpv2513................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Wccp513................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Version Of Wccp513................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions For Wccpv513................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Service Group Using Wccpv2514................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Service Group Using Wccpv514................................................................................................................................................................
Excluding Traffic On A Specific Interface From Redirection515................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A Router To A Multicast Address516................................................................................................................................................................
Using Access Lists For A Wccp Service Group516................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Password For A Router And Cache Engines517................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying And Monitoring Wccp Configuration Settings518................................................................................................................................................................
Wccp Configuration Examples518................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Version Of Wccp On A Router Example519................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A General Wccpv2 Configuration Example519................................................................................................................................................................
Running A Web Cache Service Example519................................................................................................................................................................
Running A Reverse Proxy Service Example520................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A Router To A Multicast Address Example520................................................................................................................................................................
Using Access Lists Example520................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Password For A Router And Cache Engines Example521................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Wccp Settings Example521................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp Ifindex Persistence523................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Snmp Ifindex Persistence523................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Snmp Ifindex Persistence Globally524................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Snmp Ifindex Persistence On Specific Interfaces524................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch Fabric Module527................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How The Switch Fabric Module Works527................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Fabric Module Overview527................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Fabric Module Slots528................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Fabric Redundancy528................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Modes528................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Decisions For Layer 3-switched Traffic528................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switching Mode529................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Fabric-required Mode530................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Lcd Message531................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Switch Fabric Module531................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Module Information531................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Switch Fabric Module Redundancy Status532................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Fabric Channel Switching Modes532................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Fabric Status533................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Fabric Utilization533................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Fabric Errors533................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Power Management Works535................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Power Redundancy536................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Power Modules Off And On537................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To View System Power Status537................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Power Cycle Modules538................................................................................................................................................................
Determining System Power Requirements538................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Environmental Monitoring Works538................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cli Commands To Monitor System Environmental Status538................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Led Environmental Indications538................................................................................................................................................................

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Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting12................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation19................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request20................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview21................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Product Overview22................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6503 Switch23................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6503-e Switch29................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6504-e Switch34................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6506 Switch38................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6506-e Switch45................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6509 Switch50................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6509-e Switch57................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6509-neb Switch63................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6509-neb-a Switch70................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6509-v-e Switch76................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6513 Switch81................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6513-e Switch88................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Installation95................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Preparing For Installation96................................................................................................................................................................
Safety96................................................................................................................................................................
Site Requirements96................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature97................................................................................................................................................................
Air Flow97................................................................................................................................................................
Humidity108................................................................................................................................................................
Altitude108................................................................................................................................................................
Dust And Particles109................................................................................................................................................................
Corrosion109................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic And Radio Frequency Interference109................................................................................................................................................................
Shock And Vibration110................................................................................................................................................................
Power Source Interruptions110................................................................................................................................................................
System Grounding111................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining Safety With Electricity113................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage114................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements116................................................................................................................................................................
Power Connection Guidelines For Ac-powered Systems116................................................................................................................................................................
Power Connection Guidelines For Dc-powered Systems117................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Requirements118................................................................................................................................................................
Site Preparation Checklist118................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Switch121................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Installing The Switch122................................................................................................................................................................
Rack-mounting Guidelines123................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking The Switch125................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Installation Kits And Cable Guides125................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Catalyst 6503 Or Catalyst 6503-e Switch Chassis128................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Accessory Kit128................................................................................................................................................................
Rack-mount Brackets On The Catalyst 6503 And The Catalyst 6503-e Switch Chassis128................................................................................................................................................................
Rack-mounting The Chassis129................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Next131................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Installation Kits131................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Catalyst 6504-e Switch Chassis132................................................................................................................................................................
L Brackets On The Catalyst 6504-e Switch Chassis132................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Catalyst 6506 Or Catalyst 6506-e Switch Chassis137................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Accessory Kits137................................................................................................................................................................
L Brackets On The Catalyst 6506 And The Catalyst 6506-e Switch Chassis137................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The 3 Ru Rack-mount Shelf Kit138................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Catalyst 6509 Or Catalyst 6509-e Switch Chassis141................................................................................................................................................................
L Brackets On The Catalyst 6509 And Catalyst 6509-e Switches141................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Catalyst 6509-neb Or Catalyst 6509-neb-a Switch Chassis146................................................................................................................................................................
L Brackets And The Optional Cable Guide On The Catalyst 6509-neb Switch146................................................................................................................................................................
L Brackets On The Catalyst 6509-neb-a Switch Chassis147................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Cable Management System (catalyst 6509-neb-a Only)151................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Cable Guide153................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Catalyst 6509-v-e Switch Chassis156................................................................................................................................................................
L Brackets On The Catalyst 6509-v-e Switch Chassis156................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The 3 Ru Rack-mount Shelf157................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Cable Management System (optional)160................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Catalyst 6513 Or Catalyst 6513-e Switch Chassis162................................................................................................................................................................
L Brackets On The Catalyst 6513 And Catalyst 6513-e Switch Chassis163................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Installation Procedures167................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools168................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Shelf Brackets And Crossbar Bracket168................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Rubber Feet Kit170................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Stabilizer Bracket Kit170................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing The System Ground172................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools And Equipment173................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The System Ground173................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Power Supplies In The Switch Chassis181................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Interface Cables181................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Supervisor Engine Console Port181................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Supervisor Engine Uplink Ports183................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Catalyst 6509-v-e Cable Management System198................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Switch Chassis Installation204................................................................................................................................................................
Online Diagnostics204................................................................................................................................................................
Online Insertion And Removal207................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing The Ac-input Power Supplies208................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 4 Removal And Replacement Procedures209................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing The 950 W And 1400 W Ac-input Power Supplies209................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing The 2700 W Ac-input Power Supply212................................................................................................................................................................
Ac-input Power Supplies215................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing The Dc-input Power Supplies221................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing A 950 W Dc-input Power Supply221................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing A 1300 W Or 2500 W Dc-input Power Supply225................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing The 2700 W Dc-input Power Supply233................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing A 4000 W Dc-input Power Supply242................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing A 6000 W Dc-input Power Supply264................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing Pems281................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Ac-input Pem282................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Ac-input Pem284................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Dc-input Pem284................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Dc-input Pem286................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Installing The Fan Tray288................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Fan Tray289................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Fan Assembly298................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Installation298................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Air Filter304................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Remote Power Cycling Feature Control Wires (optional)304................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools And Components305................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Remote Power-cycling Control Wires305................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Ferrite Bead306................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Specifications309................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Power Supply Specification313................................................................................................................................................................
W Power Supply Specifications314................................................................................................................................................................
W Ac-input And Dc-input Power Supplies317................................................................................................................................................................
W Power Supply Ac Power Cords321................................................................................................................................................................
W Ac-input Power Supply322................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Power Cycling Feature368................................................................................................................................................................
Ac Power Cord Illustrations371................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Redundancy381................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications387................................................................................................................................................................
Pluggable Transceivers387................................................................................................................................................................
Mb Transceivers387................................................................................................................................................................
A P P E N D I X B Transceivers, Module Connectors, And Cable Specifications388................................................................................................................................................................
Gb Gbic Transceivers390................................................................................................................................................................
Gb Sfp Transceivers393................................................................................................................................................................
Xenpak Transceivers396................................................................................................................................................................
Wdm Transceivers403................................................................................................................................................................
Module Connectors410................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-45 Connector410................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-21 Connector411................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-21 Connector (ws-x6624-fxs Only)413................................................................................................................................................................
Sc Connector414................................................................................................................................................................
Mt-rj Connector415................................................................................................................................................................
Lc Connector416................................................................................................................................................................
Cables418................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying A Rollover Cable419................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port Mode Switch419................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port Mode 1 Signaling And Pinouts420................................................................................................................................................................
Modem Adapter421................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port Mode 2 Signaling And Pinouts421................................................................................................................................................................
Patch Cord Configuration Example422................................................................................................................................................................
Mode-conditioning Patch Cord422................................................................................................................................................................
Differential Mode Delay423................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Fiber-optic Connectors424................................................................................................................................................................
Repacking The Switch427................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis And Module Power And Heat Values429................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started445................................................................................................................................................................
Solving Problems At The System Component Level446................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Startup Problems447................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The Power Supply448................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The Fan Assembly449................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Modules449................................................................................................................................................................
Status Led Indications449................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Service451................................................................................................................................................................
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Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide17................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation18................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions19................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation19................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Documentation20................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback20................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Additional Publications And Information22................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Interfaces34................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Overview39................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 2 Configuring The Switch For The Firewall Services Module40................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisites41................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Vlans In Catalyst Operating System Software43................................................................................................................................................................
Svi Overview44................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Svis For Cisco Ios Software On The Supervisor Engine46................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Svis For Catalyst Operating System Software On The Supervisor Engine47................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing The Fwsm Internal Interface49................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Vlans To The Secondary Firewall Services Module50................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Memory Overview51................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The Fwsm In Cisco Ios Software52................................................................................................................................................................
Sessioning And Logging Into The Firewall Services Module53................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 3 Connecting To The Firewall Services Module And Managing The Configuration55................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing And Removing Configuration Settings56................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Mode Overview59................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Configuring The Firewall Mode60................................................................................................................................................................
How Data Moves Through The Fwsm In Routed Firewall Mode61................................................................................................................................................................
Transparent Mode Overview66................................................................................................................................................................
Transparent Firewall Features67................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Transparent Firewall In Your Network68................................................................................................................................................................
Transparent Firewall Guidelines69................................................................................................................................................................
How Data Moves Through The Transparent Firewall70................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Firewall Mode74................................................................................................................................................................
Security Context Overview75................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Managing Security Context76................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Support79................................................................................................................................................................
Sharing Resources80................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Interface Limitations81................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Into The Fwsm In Multiple Context Mode83................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Multiple Context Mode84................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Multiple Context Mode85................................................................................................................................................................
Classes And Class Members Overview86................................................................................................................................................................
Default Class87................................................................................................................................................................
Class Members88................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Memory Partitions Overview91................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Security Context93................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Security Context96................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Security Context Url97................................................................................................................................................................
Reloading A Security Context98................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Context Information99................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Resource Allocation100................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Resource Usage102................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Syn Attacks Using Tcp Intercept103................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Passwords107................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Login Password108................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Configuring Basic Setting109................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Host Name110................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Domain Name111................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Interfaces112................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Name And Security Level113................................................................................................................................................................
Allowing Communication Between Interfaces On The Same Security Level114................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off And Turning On Interfaces116................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing The Mac Address Table119................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 7 Configuring Bridging Parameters And Arp Inspection120................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Mac Address Table121................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Static Arp Entry122................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Addresses123................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 8 Configuring Ip Addresses, Routing, And Dhcp124................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Static Routes125................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ospf126................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ospf127................................................................................................................................................................
Redistributing Routes Between Ospf Processes128................................................................................................................................................................
Redistributing Static, Connected, Or Ospf Routes To An Ospf Process130................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ospf Interface Parameters131................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ospf Area Parameters133................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ospf Nssa134................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Route Summarization Between Ospf Areas135................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Route Summarization When Redistributing Routes Into Ospf136................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Route Calculation Timers137................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Ospf Update Packet Pacing138................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting The Ospf Process139................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rip140................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Dhcp Server141................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cisco Ip Phones With A Dhcp Server142................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dhcp Relay143................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Overview145................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 9 Configuring Network Address Translation146................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Types147................................................................................................................................................................
Static Nat149................................................................................................................................................................
Bypassing Nat151................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Nat152................................................................................................................................................................
Outside Nat154................................................................................................................................................................
Nat And Same Security Level Interfaces155................................................................................................................................................................
Order Of Nat Commands Used To Match Local Addresses156................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Connection Limits In The Nat Configuration160................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Nat And Pat Implementation161................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Nat Or Pat167................................................................................................................................................................
Using Static Nat170................................................................................................................................................................
Using Static Pat171................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Static Identity Nat174................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Nat Exemption175................................................................................................................................................................
Nat Examples176................................................................................................................................................................
Overlapping Networks177................................................................................................................................................................
Redirecting Ports178................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List Overview181................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 10 Controlling Network Access With Access Control Lists182................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Traffic For Aaa Rules (extended)183................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Network Access For Ip Traffic For A Given User (extended)184................................................................................................................................................................
Vpn Management Access (extended)185................................................................................................................................................................
Redistributing Ospf Routes (standard)186................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Number Of Aces187................................................................................................................................................................
Inbound And Outbound Access Control Lists190................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List Override193................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Ethertype Access Control List196................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Standard Access Control List197................................................................................................................................................................
Simplifying Access Control Lists With Object Grouping198................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Object Groups199................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Network Object Group200................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Icmp Type Object Group201................................................................................................................................................................
Nesting Object Groups202................................................................................................................................................................
Using Object Groups With An Access Control List203................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Object Groups204................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Remarks To Access Control Lists205................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Extended Access Control List Activity206................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Logging For An Access Control Entry207................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Deny Flows208................................................................................................................................................................
Allowing Telnet209................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 11 Allowing Remote Management210................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ssh Access211................................................................................................................................................................
Using An Ssh Client212................................................................................................................................................................
Allowing A Vpn Management Connection213................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vpn Client Access215................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Site-to-site Tunnel217................................................................................................................................................................
Allowing Icmp To And From The Fwsm218................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Overview221................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 12 Configuring Aaa222................................................................................................................................................................
About Accounting223................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Server And Local Database Support224................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Local Database226................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authentication For Cli Access228................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authentication For The Enable Command229................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Command Authorization230................................................................................................................................................................
Local Command Authorization Prerequisites231................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Command Privilege Levels233................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs+ Command Authorization Prerequisites234................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Tacacs+ Command Authorization237................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Logged-in User238................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering From A Lockout239................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authentication For Network Access240................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Network Access Authentication241................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Secure Authentication Of Web Clients242................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authorization For Network Access243................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ Authorization244................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Authorization245................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Radius Server To Download Per-user Access Control List Names247................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection Engine Overview249................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 13 Configuring Application Protocol Inspection250................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Inspection Engine252................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed Information About Inspection Engines253................................................................................................................................................................
Dns Over Udp Inspection Engine254................................................................................................................................................................
H.323 Inspection Engine255................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Calls On One Call Signalling Connection256................................................................................................................................................................
Http Inspection Engine258................................................................................................................................................................
Icmp Error Inspection Engine259................................................................................................................................................................
Mgcp Inspection Engine260................................................................................................................................................................
Mgcp Overview261................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Mgcp Information262................................................................................................................................................................
Rsh Inspection Engine263................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Inspection Engine264................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Overview265................................................................................................................................................................
Skinny Inspection Engine266................................................................................................................................................................
Problems With Fragmented Skinny Packets267................................................................................................................................................................
Sql*net Inspection Engine268................................................................................................................................................................
Sun Rpc Inspection Engine269................................................................................................................................................................
Xdmcp Inspection Engine270................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Overview271................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 14 Filtering Http, Https, Or Ftp Requests Using An External Server272................................................................................................................................................................
Buffering Replies273................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Maximum Length Of Long Http Urls274................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Http Urls275................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Https Urls276................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Filtering Server Statistics277................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Filtering Performance Statistics278................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Failover279................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 15 Using Failover280................................................................................................................................................................
Failover And State Links281................................................................................................................................................................
Module Placement282................................................................................................................................................................
Transparent Firewall Requirements287................................................................................................................................................................
Primary/secondary Status And Active/standby Status288................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Configuration Synchronization290................................................................................................................................................................
Failover Monitoring291................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Monitoring292................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Failover293................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Secondary Module296................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Failover Configuration297................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Monitored Interfaces300................................................................................................................................................................
Forcing Failover301................................................................................................................................................................
Failover System Messages302................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Failover Questions303................................................................................................................................................................
Stateful Failover Questions304................................................................................................................................................................
Failover Configuration Example305................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration306................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Application Or Pdm Software307................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Application Or Pdm Software To The Current Partition308................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 16 Managing Software And Configuration Files309................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Maintenance Software311................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading A Text Configuration312................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up The Configuration313................................................................................................................................................................
Copying The Configuration From The Terminal Display314................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring The Firewall Services Module315................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 17 Monitoring And Troubleshooting The Firewall Services Module316................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Snmp317................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The Firewall Services Module318................................................................................................................................................................
Pinging Fwsm Interfaces319................................................................................................................................................................
Pinging Through The Fwsm321................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling The Test Configuration322................................................................................................................................................................
Reloading The Fwsm From The Switch323................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering The Maintenance Partition Passwords324................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Crash Dump325................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Attributes329................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Specification330................................................................................................................................................................
Managed System Resources331................................................................................................................................................................
Fixed System Resources332................................................................................................................................................................
Rule Limits333................................................................................................................................................................
Routed Mode Examples335................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B Sample Configuration336................................................................................................................................................................
Example 1: Admin Context Configuration337................................................................................................................................................................
Example 1: Customer A Context Configuration338................................................................................................................................................................
Example 1: Switch Configuration339................................................................................................................................................................
Example 2: Fwsm Configuration340................................................................................................................................................................
Example 2: Switch Configuration341................................................................................................................................................................
Example 3: Shared Resources For Multiple Contexts342................................................................................................................................................................
Example 3: System Configuration343................................................................................................................................................................
Example 3: Department 1 Context Configuration344................................................................................................................................................................
Example 3: Department 2 Context Configuration345................................................................................................................................................................
Example 4: Primary Fwsm Configuration346................................................................................................................................................................
Example 4: Secondary Fwsm System Configuration348................................................................................................................................................................
Transparent Mode Examples349................................................................................................................................................................
Example 5: System Configuration350................................................................................................................................................................
Example 5: Admin Context Configuration351................................................................................................................................................................
Command Help362................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms And Abbreviations373................................................................................................................................................................
Command Prompts C381................................................................................................................................................................
Syntax Formatting C391................................................................................................................................................................

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Table of contents
Table Of Contents9................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax Conventions18................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Book20................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Steps21................................................................................................................................................................
Example Configurations21................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Usage22................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cisco Ios Software23................................................................................................................................................................
Rom Monitor30................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Functionality34................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 3000 Series35................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 4500 Series36................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 650037................................................................................................................................................................
Switched Campus Network Designs38................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst Switch Families44................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine Configuration46................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of Prompt47................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing And Services48................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Default Gateway49................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Http Services50................................................................................................................................................................
Passwords And Password Recovery51................................................................................................................................................................
Password Recovery: Procedure 152................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Example53................................................................................................................................................................
Password Recovery On Ios Devices: Procedure 254................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting Modules55................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Modules Up And Down56................................................................................................................................................................
Navigating File Systems57................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Files From Flash59................................................................................................................................................................
Copying System Files60................................................................................................................................................................
File System Boot Parameters61................................................................................................................................................................
Alias Commands62................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Supervisors63................................................................................................................................................................
Forcing A Change To The Standby Supervisor64................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronizing Ios Images65................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronizing Boot Parameters66................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Discovery Protocol67................................................................................................................................................................
System Time Configuration69................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The System Time Through Ntp70................................................................................................................................................................
Example71................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Interface Configuration74................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About The Switching Table75................................................................................................................................................................
Port Selection77................................................................................................................................................................
Port Selection Example78................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Example81................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Layer 2 Interfaces82................................................................................................................................................................
Etherchannel83................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration84................................................................................................................................................................
Etherchannel Example88................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Etherchannels89................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Interface Configuration92................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Ethernet Interfaces93................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration94................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Etherchannels95................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Channel97................................................................................................................................................................
Wan Interfaces99................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Spa Interface Processor (sip) / Shared Port Adapter (spa Wan Interface100................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Packet-over-sonet Interface101................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Configurations102................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Virtual Interfaces103................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Subinterfaces104................................................................................................................................................................
Routing Tables106................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Routes107................................................................................................................................................................
Vlans And Trunking108................................................................................................................................................................
Creation Of An Ethernet Vlan109................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Port Assignments112................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Vlan Assignments114................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Vlans To Trunk117................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Trunks118................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Trunking Protocol119................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Vtp Passwords120................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Vtp Modes121................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Vtp Pruning122................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Vtp Versions123................................................................................................................................................................
Private Vlans125................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Private Vlans126................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Private Edge Vlans127................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Private Vlan Operation128................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Protocol (stp)132................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Process133................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Tiebreakers134................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Port States135................................................................................................................................................................
Improving Stp Stability136................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Configuration137................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Configuration Examples141................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Load Balancing143................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Convergence Tuning145................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Stp Convergence Tuning146................................................................................................................................................................
Navigating The Spanning-tree Topology147................................................................................................................................................................
Root Port149................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring High Availability Features152................................................................................................................................................................
Sso/nsf Configuration154................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Sso And Nsf156................................................................................................................................................................
Hsrp Example158................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Hsrp159................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast162................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping163................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping Example165................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Igmp Snooping166................................................................................................................................................................
Server Load Balancing (slb)168................................................................................................................................................................
Slb Example176................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Slb178................................................................................................................................................................
Slb Firewall Load Balancing179................................................................................................................................................................
Firewall Load-balancing Example182................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Firewall Load Balancing185................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Slb Probes187................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Traffic And Switch Access188................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Broadcast Suppression189................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Configuration191................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security194................................................................................................................................................................
Verification196................................................................................................................................................................
Ios Vacl Configuration197................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Authentication201................................................................................................................................................................
Access Class204................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Snooping210................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Arp Inspection212................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Management214................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Example219................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Example226................................................................................................................................................................
Span Configuration227................................................................................................................................................................
Rspan Configuration229................................................................................................................................................................
Span Examples231................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Span232................................................................................................................................................................
Power Management234................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Power Management235................................................................................................................................................................
Packet-tracing Example239................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service242................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 2 Qos Classification And Marking243................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Qos Classification And Marking244................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst Switch Queuing247................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 2000/3000 Configuration249................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Qos266................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Data Export267................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Data Export Example269................................................................................................................................................................
Voice270................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Qos275................................................................................................................................................................
Access Layer Configuration277................................................................................................................................................................
Distribution And Core Layer Configuration280................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Qos Example282................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Quick Reference284................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Connections288................................................................................................................................................................
Asynchronous Serial Connections289................................................................................................................................................................
T1/e1 Csu/dsu Connections290................................................................................................................................................................
Well-known Protocol, Port, And Other Numbers292................................................................................................................................................................
Index338................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Configuration Note

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Configuration Note (212 pages)

content switching module  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 2.77 MB
Table of contents
Software License Agreement3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Overview14................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation17................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation17................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Documentation18................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback18................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Technical Assistance18................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Additional Publications And Information20................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview21................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Description25................................................................................................................................................................
Status Led26................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Flow28................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Mode31................................................................................................................................................................
Csm In Aggregate Mode34................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Server Return35................................................................................................................................................................
Routing With The Csm35................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Against Denial-of-service Attacks36................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Getting Started39................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Support39................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing To Configure The Csm39................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Command-line Interface41................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Online Help41................................................................................................................................................................
Saving And Restoring Configurations41................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Slb Modes41................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Command Syntax42................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Between Modes43................................................................................................................................................................
Differences Between Csm And Rp Modes43................................................................................................................................................................
Csm Mode43................................................................................................................................................................
Rp Mode44................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Modes45................................................................................................................................................................
Csm Mode To Rp Mode45................................................................................................................................................................
Rp Mode To Csm Mode45................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration46................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Overview47................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading To A New Software Release49................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading From The Supervisor Engine Bootflash49................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading From A Pcmcia Card50................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading From An External Tftp Server52................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Configuring Vlans53................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Client-side Vlans54................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Server-side Vlans55................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Server Farms57................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Real Servers58................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dynamic Feedback Protocol60................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Client Nat Pools61................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Server-initiated Connections62................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Url Hashing62................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Url Hashing Predictor62................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Beginning And Ending Patterns63................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Virtual Servers65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tcp Parameters68................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Redirect Virtual Servers69................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Maps72................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Policies75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Generic Header Parsing76................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Generic Header Parsing76................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Header Parsing Configuration76................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Map For The Http Header77................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Header Fields And Match Values78................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning An Http Header Map To A Policy78................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning The Policy To A Virtual Server79................................................................................................................................................................
Generic Header Parsing Example79................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Configuring Redundant Connections81................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Fault Tolerance81................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Hsrp85................................................................................................................................................................
Hsrp Configuration Overview85................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Hsrp Gateway86................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Fault-tolerant Hsrp Configurations87................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Connection Redundancy88................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Hitless Upgrade89................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Sticky Groups91................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Route Health Injection92................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Rhi92................................................................................................................................................................
Rhi Overview92................................................................................................................................................................
Routing To Vip Addresses Without Rhi92................................................................................................................................................................
Routing To Vip Addresses With Rhi92................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How The Csm Determines Vip Availability93................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Propagation Of Vip Availability Information94................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rhi For Virtual Servers94................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Variables94................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Persistent Connections98................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Global Server Load Balancing98................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Gslb Advanced Feature Set Option99................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Gslb99................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Network Management103................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp Traps For Real Servers103................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Xml Interface103................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 Configuring Health Monitoring107................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Probes For Health Monitoring107................................................................................................................................................................
Probe Configuration Commands109................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Http Probe110................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Icmp Probe111................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Tcp Probe111................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ftp, Smtp, And Telnet Probes112................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Dns Resolve Request112................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Inband Health Monitoring113................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Inband Health Monitoring113................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Http Return Code Checking114................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Http Return Code Checking114................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Configuring Csm Scripts117................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tcl Scripts117................................................................................................................................................................
Loading Scripts118................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Tcl Scripts119................................................................................................................................................................
Udp Commands120................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Health Scripts121................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Standalone Scripts124................................................................................................................................................................
Running Tcl Scripts124................................................................................................................................................................
Running Probe Scripts124................................................................................................................................................................
Running Standalone Tcl Scripts125................................................................................................................................................................
Halting Tcl Scripts125................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Scripts For Health Monitoring Probes126................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding How Firewalls Work129................................................................................................................................................................
Firewalls Types130................................................................................................................................................................
How The Csm Distributes Traffic To Firewalls130................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Firewalls130................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 3 Load Balancing To Firewalls130................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Firewall Configurations131................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Reverse-sticky For Firewalls131................................................................................................................................................................
Csm Firewall Configurations131................................................................................................................................................................
Fault-tolerant Csm Firewall Configurations134................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Stealth Firewall Load Balancing135................................................................................................................................................................
Stealth Firewall Configuration135................................................................................................................................................................
Stealth Firewall Configuration Example136................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Csm A (stealth Firewall Example)137................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Csm B (stealth Firewall Example)140................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Regular Firewall Load Balancing144................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Flow In A Regular Firewall Configuration144................................................................................................................................................................
Regular Firewall Configuration Example145................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Csm A (regular Firewall Example)146................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Csm B (regular Firewall Example)149................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Reverse-sticky For Firewalls152................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Reverse-sticky For Firewalls152................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Stateful Firewall Connection Remapping154................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix155................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Examples155................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Router Mode With The Msfc On The Client Side155................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Configuration Example156................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bridged Mode With The Msfc On The Client Side158................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Probes159................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Source Nat For Server-originated Connections To The Vip161................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Session Persistence (stickiness163................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Access To Servers In Router Mode164................................................................................................................................................................
Server-to-server Load Balanced Connections166................................................................................................................................................................
Route Health Injection167................................................................................................................................................................
Server Names170................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Server Farm172................................................................................................................................................................
Balancing Based On The Source Ip Address178................................................................................................................................................................
Layer 7 Load Balancing180................................................................................................................................................................
Http Redirect183................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting And System Messages187................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting187................................................................................................................................................................
System Messages187................................................................................................................................................................
Csm Xml Document Type Definition191................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Command Reference Manual

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Command Reference Manual (160 pages)

SSL Services Module Command Reference  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 1.79 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Preface7................................................................................................................................................................
Audience7................................................................................................................................................................
Organization7................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation7................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions8................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation9................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco.com9................................................................................................................................................................
Product Documentation Dvd9................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Documentation10................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback10................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Product Security Overview10................................................................................................................................................................
Reporting Security Problems In Cisco Products11................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Technical Assistance11................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Technical Support & Documentation Website11................................................................................................................................................................
Submitting A Service Request12................................................................................................................................................................
Definitions Of Service Request Severity12................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Additional Publications And Information13................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Command-line Interface15................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help15................................................................................................................................................................
How To Find Command Options16................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Command Modes19................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Ios User Interface19................................................................................................................................................................
Using The No And Default Forms Of Commands20................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli String Search21................................................................................................................................................................
Regular Expressions21................................................................................................................................................................
Alternation24................................................................................................................................................................
Anchoring24................................................................................................................................................................
Parentheses For Recall25................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Commands For The Catalyst 6500 Series Switch Ssl Services Module27................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Ssl-proxy Conn28................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Ssl-proxy Content29................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Ssl-proxy Session30................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Ssl-proxy Stats31................................................................................................................................................................
Crypto Pki Export Pem33................................................................................................................................................................
Crypto Pki Import Pem35................................................................................................................................................................
Crypto Pki Export Pkcs1237................................................................................................................................................................
Crypto Pki Import Pkcs1239................................................................................................................................................................
Crypto Key Decrypt Rsa41................................................................................................................................................................
Crypto Key Encrypt Rsa42................................................................................................................................................................
Crypto Key Export Rsa Pem43................................................................................................................................................................
Crypto Key Import Rsa Pem45................................................................................................................................................................
Crypto Key Lock Rsa47................................................................................................................................................................
Crypto Key Unlock Rsa48................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Ssl-proxy49................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Ssl-proxy53................................................................................................................................................................
Natpool56................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Health-probe Tcp57................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Http-header60................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Ssl65................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Tcp71................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Url-rewrite75................................................................................................................................................................
Pool Ca77................................................................................................................................................................
Service78................................................................................................................................................................
Service Client82................................................................................................................................................................
Show Interfaces Ssl-proxy85................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Buffers86................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Certificate-history87................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Conn90................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Context93................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Crash-info94................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Mac Address96................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Natpool97................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Policy98................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Service101................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Stats103................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Status108................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Version110................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssl-proxy Vlan111................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-server Enable112................................................................................................................................................................
Ssl-proxy Context113................................................................................................................................................................
Ssl-proxy Crypto Selftest115................................................................................................................................................................
Ssl-proxy Mac Address116................................................................................................................................................................
Ssl-proxy Pki117................................................................................................................................................................
Ssl-proxy Crypto Key Unlock Rsa119................................................................................................................................................................
Ssl-proxy Ip-frag-ttl120................................................................................................................................................................
Ssl-proxy Ssl Ratelimit121................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Authentication122................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Delay Minimum Reload123................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Ip125................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Mac-address127................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Mac-refresh129................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Name130................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Preempt131................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Priority133................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Redirects135................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Timers137................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Track139................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Use-bia141................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Version142................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix143................................................................................................................................................................
Acronyms143................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Acronym144................................................................................................................................................................
Acknowledgments For Open-source Software153................................................................................................................................................................
I N D E X155................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Switch Manual

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Switch Manual (134 pages)

Scalable, intelligent LAN switching for campus, branch, and data center networks of all sizes  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 1.24 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Series Overview5................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Campus Switching Feature Comparison11................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Switching Transition Guide38................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction40................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Nexus 7000 Series46................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series51................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 4500 Series61................................................................................................................................................................
Fixed-configuration Switches75................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 4900 Series75................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3750-x Series78................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3750-e Series83................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series88................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3560-x Series93................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3560-e Series98................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3560 Series102................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 2960-s Series106................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series112................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst Express Series117................................................................................................................................................................
Fabric Extender121................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Nexus 2000 Series121................................................................................................................................................................
Nexus 2000 Series122................................................................................................................................................................
Blade Switches126................................................................................................................................................................
Nexus 4000 Series127................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Nexus 4000 Series128................................................................................................................................................................
Virtual Switches129................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Nexus 1000v Series Switches130................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Nexus 1000v Series131................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Hardware Installation Manual

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Hardware Installation Manual (134 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 6.12 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Document Revision History10................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation17................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request18................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Sip, Ssc, And Spa Product Overview20................................................................................................................................................................
Sip, Ssc, And Spa Compatibility22................................................................................................................................................................
Modular Optics Compatibility24................................................................................................................................................................
Power Management26................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600-sip-600 Overview29................................................................................................................................................................
Spa Interface Processors29................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 2 Catalyst 6500 Series Switch Sips And Sscs Overview30................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Sip Or Ssc Subslot Location For A Spa32................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Sip-200 Processor33................................................................................................................................................................
Table34................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Sip-20034................................................................................................................................................................
7600-sip-20034................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Sip-200 Default Dip Switch Settings35................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Sip-400 Overview36................................................................................................................................................................
7600-sip-40037................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Sip-60037................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Sip-400 Leds37................................................................................................................................................................
7600-sip-600 Processor38................................................................................................................................................................
7600-sip-600 Leds38................................................................................................................................................................
7600-sip-600 Physical Specifications38................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600-ssc-400 Overview39................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Ssc-400 Processor39................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Ssc-400 Led39................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Ssc-400 Physical Specifications40................................................................................................................................................................
Spa Support41................................................................................................................................................................
Checking For Hardware And Software Compatibility42................................................................................................................................................................
Bandwidth Oversubscription43................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 3 Catalyst 6500 Series Switch Spa Overview43................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Sip-400 Oversubscription Guidelines44................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Channelized T3 Spa Overview44................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Channelized T3 Spa Leds45................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Channelized T3 Spa Interface Specifications45................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Channelized T3 Spa Cables And Connectors46................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Clear Channel T3/e3 Spa Overview46................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Clear Channel T3/e3 Spa Leds47................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Clear Channel T3/e3 Spa Interface Specifications47................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Clear Channel T3/e3 Spa Cables And Connectors48................................................................................................................................................................
8-port Channelized T1/e1 Spa Overview48................................................................................................................................................................
8-port Channelized T1/e1 Spa Leds49................................................................................................................................................................
8-port Channelized T1/e1 Spa Interface Specifications49................................................................................................................................................................
8-port Channelized T1/e1 Spa Cables, Connectors, And Pinouts50................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Channelized Stm-1/oc-3 Spa Overview50................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Channelized Stm-1/oc-3 Spa Leds50................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Channelized Stm-1/oc-3 Spa Interface Specifications51................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Channelized Stm-1/oc-3 Spa Cables And Connectors52................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Oc-3c/stm-1 Atm Spa Overview53................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Oc-3c/stm-1 Atm Spa Leds53................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Oc-3c/stm-1 Atm Spa Interface Specifications54................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Oc-3c/stm-1 Atm Spa Cables And Connectors54................................................................................................................................................................
2-port And 4-port Oc-3c/stm-1 Pos Spa Overview54................................................................................................................................................................
Oc-3c/stm-1 Pos Spa Leds55................................................................................................................................................................
Oc-3c/stm-1 Pos Spa Interface Specifications55................................................................................................................................................................
Oc-3c/stm-1 Pos Spa Sfp Optical Transceiver Modules And Cables56................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-12c/stm-4 Atm Spa Overview58................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-12c/stm-4 Atm Spa Leds58................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-12c/stm-4 Atm Spa Interface Specifications59................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-12c/stm-4 Atm Spa Cables And Connectors59................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-12c/stm-4 Pos Spa Overview61................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-12c/stm-4 Pos Spa Interface Specifications62................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-12c/stm-4 Pos Spa Sfp Optical Transceiver Modules And Cables62................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-48c/stm-16 Atm Spa Overview64................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-48c/stm-16 Atm Spa Leds64................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-48c/stm-16 Atm Spa Interface Specifications65................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-48c/stm-16 Atm Spa Cables And Connectors65................................................................................................................................................................
2-port Oc-48 Pos/rpr Spa Overview65................................................................................................................................................................
2-port Oc48-pos/rpr Spa Leds66................................................................................................................................................................
2-port Oc48-pos/rpr Spa Interface Specifications67................................................................................................................................................................
2-port Oc48-pos/rpr Spa Cables, Optical Transceiver Modules, And Connectors67................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-192c/stm-64 Pos/rpr Spa Overview67................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-192c/stm-64 Pos/rpr Spa Leds68................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-192c/stm-64 Pos/rpr Spa Interface Specifications69................................................................................................................................................................
Mate Interface Cables70................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-192c/stm-64 Pos/rpr Xfp Spa Overview71................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-192c/stm-64 Pos/rpr Xfp Spa Leds72................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-192c/stm-64 Pos/rpr Xfp Spa Interface Specifications73................................................................................................................................................................
Oc-192 Module Connections74................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-192c/stm-64 Pos/rpr Vsr Optics Spa Overview76................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-192c/stm-64 Pos/rpr Vsr Optics Spa Leds76................................................................................................................................................................
1-port Oc-192c/stm-64 Pos/rpr Vsr Optics Spa Interface Specifications77................................................................................................................................................................
Port Oc-192c/stm-64 Pos/rpr Vsr Optics Spa Fixed Optical Transceiver, 40-pin Connector, And Cables78................................................................................................................................................................
4-port And 8-port Fast Ethernet Spa Overview79................................................................................................................................................................
4-port And 8-port Fast Ethernet Spa Leds79................................................................................................................................................................
Cables, Connectors, And Pinouts80................................................................................................................................................................
1-port 10-gigabit Ethernet Spa Overview81................................................................................................................................................................
1-port 10-gigabit Ethernet Spa Leds82................................................................................................................................................................
1-port 10-gigabit Ethernet Spa Cables, Connectors, And Pinouts82................................................................................................................................................................
Xfp Connections82................................................................................................................................................................
Xfp Port Cabling Specifications83................................................................................................................................................................
2-port Gigabit Ethernet Spa Overview83................................................................................................................................................................
2-port Gigabit Ethernet Spa Leds84................................................................................................................................................................
2-port Gigabit Ethernet Spa (version 2) Leds85................................................................................................................................................................
2-port Fast Ethernet Spa Cables, Connectors, And Pinouts85................................................................................................................................................................
2-port Gigabit Ethernet Spa Cables And Connectors86................................................................................................................................................................
Sfp Module Connections86................................................................................................................................................................
Sfp Module Cabling And Connection Equipment88................................................................................................................................................................
5-port Gigabit Ethernet Spa Overview89................................................................................................................................................................
5-port Gigabit Ethernet Spa Leds90................................................................................................................................................................
5-port Gigabit Ethernet Spa Cables And Connectors90................................................................................................................................................................
10-port Gigabit Ethernet Spa Overview93................................................................................................................................................................
10-port Gigabit Ethernet Spa Leds94................................................................................................................................................................
10-port Gigabit Ethernet Spa Cables And Connectors94................................................................................................................................................................
Ipsec Vpn Spa Overview97................................................................................................................................................................
Ipsec Vpn Spa Leds97................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools And Equipment99................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Guidelines99................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Warnings100................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Equipment Guidelines100................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Wiring Guidelines100................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage101................................................................................................................................................................
Laser/led Safety101................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing A Sip Or Ssc105................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Sips Or Sscs105................................................................................................................................................................
Online Insertion And Removal106................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Online Removal Of A Sip Or Ssc106................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Installing And Removing A Sip Or Ssc106................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivating A Sip Or Ssc107................................................................................................................................................................
Reactivating A Sip Or Ssc107................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Deactivation And Activation Of A Sip Or Ssc107................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Online Removal Of A Spa108................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivating A Spa108................................................................................................................................................................
Reactivating A Spa109................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Deactivation And Activation Of A Spa110................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivation And Activation Configuration Examples110................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivation Of A Sip Configuration Example111................................................................................................................................................................
Activation Of A Sip Configuration Example111................................................................................................................................................................
Deactivation Of A Spa Configuration Example112................................................................................................................................................................
Activation Of A Spa Configuration Example112................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Or Ssc Installation And Removal112................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Spas115................................................................................................................................................................
Spa Installation And Removal116................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Spa In A Sip117................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Spa From A Sip117................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Device Maintenance117................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 6 Installing And Removing A Shared Port Adapter117................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Optical Devices118................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Installation118................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Installation118................................................................................................................................................................
Using Show Commands To Verify Sip And Spa Status119................................................................................................................................................................
Using Show Commands To Display Spa Information120................................................................................................................................................................
Spa Blank Filler Plates120................................................................................................................................................................
Spa Cable-management Brackets121................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The Installation123................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting123................................................................................................................................................................
Using Debug Commands124................................................................................................................................................................
Interpreting Console Error Messages125................................................................................................................................................................
Packing A Spa For Shipment125................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 7 Troubleshooting The Installation125................................................................................................................................................................
Packing A Sip For Shipment126................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Manual

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Manual (120 pages)

Router Guide  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 2.53 MB
Table of contents
Cisco Router Guide3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Aggregation Routers4................................................................................................................................................................
Series Overview5................................................................................................................................................................
Product Transition Matrix8................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Services Routers10................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 850 Series10................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 870 Series12................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 1800 Series (fixed-configuration)15................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 1800 Series (cisco 1841 Router Modular)19................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 1800 Series (cisco 1861 Router Modular)22................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 2800 Series26................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3800 Series32................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7200 Series37................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7301 Series42................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7304 Series47................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Asr 1000 Series51................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Series57................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series66................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Security Services Modules72................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Network Modules75................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Serial Connectivity Network Modules78................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Channelized T1/e1 And Isdn Network Modules80................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Atm Network Modules81................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Dial-up/remote Access Network Modules83................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Voice Network Modules85................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Services Network Modules90................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Interface Cards92................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Voice Interface/wics99................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Voice Interface Cards103................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Advanced Integration Modules And Security Modules105................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Universal Serial Bus (usb) Cards108................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility Quick Looks109................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Network Module Compatibility Quick Look109................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Interface Card Compatibility Quick Look112................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Advanced Integration Module Compatibility Quick Look114................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Port Adapter Compatibility Quick Look115................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Shared Port Adapter Compatibility Quick Look117................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Usb Flash Memory Compatibility Quick Look118................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Manual

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Router Guide  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 9.49 MB
Table of contents
Cisco Router Guide2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Series Overview4................................................................................................................................................................
Product Transition Matrix8................................................................................................................................................................
Integrated Services Routers11................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 860 Series11................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 880 Series14................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 890 Series20................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 1800 Series (fixed-configuration)24................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 1800 Series (cisco 1841 Router Modular)28................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 1800 Series (cisco 1861 Router Modular)31................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 1900 Series35................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 2800 Series40................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 2900 Series46................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3800 Series54................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3900 Series60................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7200 Series68................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7301 Series73................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7304 Series78................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Asr 1000 Series82................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 7600 Series88................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series97................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Manual

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Supervisor Engine Guide  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 4.06 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Preface5................................................................................................................................................................
Audience5................................................................................................................................................................
Organization5................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Installing Supervisor Engines5................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions6................................................................................................................................................................
Statement 1071-warning Definition7................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation13................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request13................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Catalyst 6500 Series Switch Chassis Overview15................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6503 Switch15................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6503-e16................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6504-e17................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 650618................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6506-e19................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 650920................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6509-e21................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6509-neb22................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6509-neb-a23................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6509-v-e24................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 651325................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6513-e26................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine 229................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Supervisor Engines31................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine 32 Pisa42................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine 72049................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine 720-10ge54................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine 2t61................................................................................................................................................................
Safety69................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools70................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Supervisor Engine70................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Supervisor Engine78................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Console Port Driver Installation81................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Cisco Microsoft Windows Usb Device Driver81................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling The Cisco Microsoft Windows Usb Driver83................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Pluggable Transceivers85................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Network Interface Cables85................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching Optical Network Interface Cables86................................................................................................................................................................
Mode-conditioning Patch Cord86................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Transceivers To A Copper Network90................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go Next90................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix91................................................................................................................................................................
Pluggable Transceivers91................................................................................................................................................................
Port, Cable, And Connector Specifications93................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port93................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port Cables And Adapters93................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port Mode Switch (supervisor Engine 2 Only94................................................................................................................................................................
Table95................................................................................................................................................................
Modem Adapter96................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port Mode 2 Signaling And Pinouts97................................................................................................................................................................
Uplink Ports97................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine98................................................................................................................................................................
(ws-sup32-ge-3b And Ws-s32-ge-pisa Only) Supervisor Engine98................................................................................................................................................................
(vs-s720-10g-3c And Vs-s720-10g-3cxl) Supervisor Engine 2t98................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Ports99................................................................................................................................................................
Copper And Fiber-optic Connectors99................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-45 Connector99................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber-optic Connectors100................................................................................................................................................................
Esd Precautions103................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching Your Esd Grounding Strap103................................................................................................................................................................
I N D E X107................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Manual

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Catalyst Switch Guide  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 0.76 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Technology Spotlight7................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst Family Feature Comparison8................................................................................................................................................................
Fixed-configuration Switches8................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst Switching Transition Guide26................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction26................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series26................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 4500 Series28................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 4900 Series53................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3750-e Series56................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series61................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3560-e Series66................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3560 Series70................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series74................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 2940 Series79................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst Express Series81................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst Express 500 Series82................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Optics General Overview86................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Optics Product Overview87................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Quick Reference Manual

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Quick Reference Manual (59 pages)

Scalable, intelligent LAN switching for campus, branch, and data center networks of all sizes  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 1.01 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Technology Spotlight5................................................................................................................................................................
Modular Switches15................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series16................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 4500 Series26................................................................................................................................................................
Fixed-configuration Switches30................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 4900 Series31................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series33................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 3560 Series38................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series42................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 2950 Series45................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst 2940 Series49................................................................................................................................................................
Investment Protection50................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Catalyst Express 500 Series51................................................................................................................................................................
Optics54................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 6500 Catalyst55................................................................................................................................................................
Catalyst 3750 Catalyst 3560 Catalyst 2960 Catalyst 2950 Catalyst56................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Installation Note

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Distributed Forwarding Card 3 for WS-X67xx Modules  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Card | Size: 5.36 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Overview2................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Overview2................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools And Parts8................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Cfc Or Dfc Daughter Card9................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Dfc3 Daughter Card11................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading The Ethernet Module Memory19................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching Your Esd Grounding Strap42................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request45................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Installation Note

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Installation Note (28 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 1.95 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Overview2................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Description7................................................................................................................................................................
Status Led8................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental And System Requirements9................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply10................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Supported10................................................................................................................................................................
Software Compatibility10................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Csm11................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools12................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing The Module12................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Module13................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Module14................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Installation20................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli20................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation21................................................................................................................................................................
Translated Safety Warnings21................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation24................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback25................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Technical Assistance25................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Additional Publications And Information26................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Installation Note

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Installation Note (18 pages)

Supervisor Engine 1A DRAM Upgrade  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 0.73 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Recommendations And Requirements2................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Overview3................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools4................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Msfc24................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading The Dram Dimm7................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Msfc29................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation14................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation14................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback15................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Technical Assistance15................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Additional Publications And Information16................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion White Paper

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion White Paper (18 pages)

Cisco Catalyst X6524: Supplementary Guide  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 0.41 MB
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Datasheet

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Datasheet (18 pages)

Catalyst 6500 Series 10/100 and 10/100/1000 Ethernet Interface Modules  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 0.33 MB
Table of contents
Ethernet Interface Modules1................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Module14................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Information14................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications16................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Solution Manual

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Solution Manual (17 pages)

Catalyst Switching Solutions Guide  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 0.29 MB
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion User Manual

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion User Manual (17 pages)

Virtual Switching System  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Switch | Size: 0.2 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents1................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions2................................................................................................................................................................
Vss Deployment Best Practices2................................................................................................................................................................
Vss High Availability2................................................................................................................................................................
Upstream Link Recovery6................................................................................................................................................................
Vsl Link Loss And Recovery8................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy With Service Modules11................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast12................................................................................................................................................................
Qualtiy Of Service13................................................................................................................................................................
Span14................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous15................................................................................................................................................................
Frequently Asked Questions16................................................................................................................................................................
Can Dual Supervisors Be Used In Each Chassis With Vss16................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information17................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Installation Note

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Installation Note (14 pages)

Supervisor Engine Flash PC Card  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Computer Hardware | Size: 0.24 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Supervisor Engine Flash Pc Cards2................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage3................................................................................................................................................................
Installing And Removing A Flash Pc Card3................................................................................................................................................................
Using Flash Pc Cards6................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Documentation8................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation8................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback9................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Product Security Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Technical Assistance10................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Additional Publications And Information12................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Troubleshooting Manual

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Troubleshooting Manual (10 pages)

Internet Router  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 0.2 MB
Table of contents
Troubleshooting1................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting The Power And Cooling Systems2................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Monitoring3................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Modules3................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Installation4................................................................................................................................................................
Status Led4................................................................................................................................................................
System Error Messages9................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Datasheet

Cisco 6500 - Catalyst Series 10 Gigabit EN Interface Module Expansion Datasheet (9 pages)

CISCO CATALYST 6500 SERIES 10- AND 100-MBPS ETHERNET FIBER-BASED INTERFACE MODULES  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Hardware | Size: 0.15 MB

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