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HP 12500 Series Configuration Manual

HP 12500 Series Configuration Manual (402 pages)

MPLS, Routing Switch Series  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 3.41 MB
Table of contents
Configuration Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Overview9................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Network Structure11................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Forwarding14................................................................................................................................................................
Protocols17................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Mpls Function18................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Procedure19................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mpls Ldp Capability20................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Local Ldp Session Parameters21................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Remote Ldp Session Parameters21................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Php22................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Policy For Triggering Lsp Establishment23................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Label Distribution Control Mode24................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ldp Loop Detection24................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ldp Md5 Authentication25................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bfd For Mpls Ldp27................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting Ldp Sessions28................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ttl Processing Mode At Ingress29................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Back Icmp Ttl Exceeded Messages For Mpls Ttl Expired Packets30................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ldp Gr31................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mpls Statistics Collection And Reading33................................................................................................................................................................
Inspecting Lsps34................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Mpls Trap36................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Mpls37................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Mpls Operation37................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Mpls Ldp Operation38................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Mpls Statistics39................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Configuration Examples39................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Static Lsps40................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ldp To Establish Lsps Dynamically42................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Considerations43................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bfd For Lsps46................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Te Overview49................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Engineering And Mpls Te49................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Te Implementation50................................................................................................................................................................
Cr-lsp51................................................................................................................................................................
Rsvp-te52................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Forwarding56................................................................................................................................................................
Cr-lsp Backup57................................................................................................................................................................
Protocols And Standards59................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Te Configuration Task List60................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Mpls Te Tunnel Over Static Cr-lsp61................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Prerequisites63................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rsvp-te Advanced Features67................................................................................................................................................................
Tuning Cr-lsp Setup71................................................................................................................................................................
Tuning Mpls Te Tunnel Setup73................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Procedures74................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Traffic Forwarding75................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Traffic Forwarding Tuning Parameters77................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cr-lsp Backup79................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Frr80................................................................................................................................................................
Inspecting An Mpls Te Tunnel82................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mpls Lsp Ping83................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Periodic Lsp Tracert85................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Mpls Te86................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Te Configuration Examples89................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Te Using Rsvp-te Configuration Example94................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example Of Inter-as Mpls Te Tunnel Using Rsvp-te100................................................................................................................................................................
Rsvp-te Gr Configuration Example106................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Rsvp-te And Bfd Cooperation Configuration Example109................................................................................................................................................................
Cr-lsp Backup Configuration Example111................................................................................................................................................................
Frr Configuration Example114................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Te In Mpls L3vpn Configuration Example123................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Mpls Te131................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vpls132................................................................................................................................................................
Vpls Overview132................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Vpls132................................................................................................................................................................
Vpls Packet Encapsulation135................................................................................................................................................................
H-vpls Implementation136................................................................................................................................................................
Hub-spoke Vpls Implementation138................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-hop Pw139................................................................................................................................................................
Vpls Configuration Task List140................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ldp Vpls Instance141................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bgp Vpls142................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Bgp Vpls Instance143................................................................................................................................................................
Binding A Layer 3 Interface With A Vpls Instance144................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vpls And Mac-in-mac Dual-stack Support145................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mac Address Learning146................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vpls Instance Attributes147................................................................................................................................................................
Inspecting Pws148................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Vpls149................................................................................................................................................................
Vpls Configuration Examples150................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring H-vpls With Lsp Access154................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Hub-spoke Vpls157................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pw Redundancy For H-vpls Access161................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bfd For The Main Link In An H-vpls Network165................................................................................................................................................................
Implementing Multi-as Vpn Through Multi-hop Pw169................................................................................................................................................................
Vpls And Mac-in-mac Dual-stack Support Configuration Example175................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Vpls179................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mpls L2vpn180................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison With Traditional Vpn181................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L2vpn Implementation182................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L2vpn Configuration Task List183................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Martini Mpls L2vpn184................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Martini Mpls L2vpn Connection Based On Layer 2 Ethernet Interface And Vlan185................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Traffic Policing For An Ac188................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Mpls L2vpn189................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L2vpn Configuration Example190................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Martini Mpls L2vpn On A Layer 3 Ethernet Interface194................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Mpls L2vpn198................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mpls L3vpn199................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L3vpn Overview199................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Mpls L3vpn199................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L3vpn Concepts200................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L3vpn Packet Forwarding203................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L3vpn Networking Schemes203................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L3vpn Routing Information Advertisement206................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-as Vpn207................................................................................................................................................................
Carrier's Carrier210................................................................................................................................................................
Nested Vpn212................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-role Host214................................................................................................................................................................
Ospf Vpn Extension216................................................................................................................................................................
Bgp As Number Substitution And Soo219................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-vpn-instance Ce220................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L3vpn Configuration Task List221................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Basic Mpls L3vpn221................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vpn Instances222................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Routing Between Pe And Ce226................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Routing Between Pes231................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Routing Features For Bgp Vpnv4 Subaddress Family232................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Inter-as Vpn235................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Inter-as Option B236................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Inter-as Option C237................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Nested Vpn239................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Static Route240................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Hovpn241................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Loopback Interface242................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Sham Link243................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Routing Between Mce And Vpn Site244................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Routing Between Mce And Pe249................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Vpn Label Processing Mode253................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Mpls L3vpn254................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L3vpn Configuration Examples257................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mpls L3vpns Using Ibgp Between Pe And Ce264................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Hub-spoke Network272................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Inter-as Option A280................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Carrier's Carrier In Ldp Mode296................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Carrier's Carrier In Bgp Mode304................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ospf Sham Links329................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bgp As Number Substitution334................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multi-role Host337................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Bgp As Number Substitution And Soo342................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ipv6 Mpls L3vpn345................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Mpls L3vpn Packet Forwarding346................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Mpls L3vpn Networking Schemes And Functions347................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Route Related Attributes For A Vpn Instance349................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Inter-as Ipv6 Vpn357................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Inter-as Ipv6 Vpn Option C358................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Routing On An Mce359................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Ipv6 Mpls L3vpn366................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Mpls L3vpn Configuration Examples367................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Inter-as Ipv6 Vpn Option A375................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Carrier's Carrier387................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mce394................................................................................................................................................................
Index401................................................................................................................................................................

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HP 12500 Series Configuration Manual

HP 12500 Series Configuration Manual (338 pages)

Routing  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 3.56 MB
Table of contents
Configuration Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Security Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Access Security12................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Control13................................................................................................................................................................
Other Security Technologies14................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Aaa15................................................................................................................................................................
Radius16................................................................................................................................................................
Hwtacacs21................................................................................................................................................................
Domain-based User Management23................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Across Mpls L3vpns24................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Attributes25................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Configuration Considerations And Task List28................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Aaa Schemes29................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Schemes34................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Radius45................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Hwtacacs Schemes46................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Aaa Methods For Isp Domains53................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Isp Domain Attributes54................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Aaa Authentication Methods For An Isp Domain55................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Aaa Authorization Methods For An Isp Domain57................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Aaa Accounting Methods For An Isp Domain58................................................................................................................................................................
Tearing Down User Connections60................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa Configuration Examples61................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa For Telnet Users By Separate Servers62................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication/authorization For Ssh/telnet Users By A Radius Server64................................................................................................................................................................
Aaa For 802.1x Users By A Radius Server67................................................................................................................................................................
Level Switching Authentication For Telnet Users By An Hwtacacs Server72................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Aaa75................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Hwtacacs77................................................................................................................................................................
X Overview78................................................................................................................................................................
X-related Protocols79................................................................................................................................................................
Eap Over Radius81................................................................................................................................................................
X Authentication Procedures82................................................................................................................................................................
Eap Relay83................................................................................................................................................................
Eap Termination84................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring 802.1x86................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Prerequisites89................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Eap Relay Or Eap Termination90................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying An Access Control Method91................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Maximum Number Of Concurrent 802.1x Users On A Port92................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Online User Handshake Function93................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Authentication Trigger Function94................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Mandatory Authentication Domain On A Port95................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Periodic Online User Re-authentication Function96................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An 802.1x Auth-fail Vlan97................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying Supported Domain Name Delimiters98................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining 802.1x99................................................................................................................................................................
X Guest Vlan And Vlan Assignment Configuration Example101................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mac Authentication105................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Authentication Timers106................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Procedure107................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying An Authentication Domain For Mac Authentication Users108................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Authentication Configuration Examples109................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-based Mac Authentication Configuration Example110................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Portal Authentication113................................................................................................................................................................
Portal Authentication Mode115................................................................................................................................................................
Portal Authentication Process116................................................................................................................................................................
Portal Authentication Across Vpns118................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Portal Server120................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Authentication Subnet122................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Maximum Number Of Online Portal Users123................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Related Attributes124................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Source Ip Address For Outgoing Portal Packets125................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Portal Detection Functions126................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Portal User Information Synchronization127................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Out Portal Users128................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Portal User Roaming129................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Portal130................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Direct Portal Authentication131................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Re-dhcp Portal Authentication135................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cross-subnet Portal Authentication137................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Direct Portal Authentication With Extended Functions139................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Re-dhcp Portal Authentication With Extended Functions141................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cross-subnet Portal Authentication With Extended Functions143................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Portal Server Detection And Portal User Information Synchronization145................................................................................................................................................................
Cross-subnet Portal Authentication Across Vpns151................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Portal153................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Password Control155................................................................................................................................................................
Fips Compliance157................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Global Password Control Parameters159................................................................................................................................................................
Setting User Group Password Control Parameters160................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Super Password Control Parameters161................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Password Control162................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Public Keys165................................................................................................................................................................
Public Key Configuration Task List166................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Or Exporting The Local Host Public Key167................................................................................................................................................................
Destroying A Local Asymmetric Key Pair168................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Public Keys169................................................................................................................................................................
Public Key Configuration Examples170................................................................................................................................................................
Importing A Public Key From A Public Key File172................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ipsec175................................................................................................................................................................
Ipsec For Ipv6 Routing Protocols178................................................................................................................................................................
Implementing Acl-based Ipsec179................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ipsec Proposal182................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ipsec Policy184................................................................................................................................................................
Applying An Ipsec Policy Group To An Interface188................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Acl Checking Of De-encapsulated Ipsec Packets189................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Packet Information Pre-extraction190................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ipsec Rri191................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ipsec For Ipv6 Routing Protocols192................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Ipsec193................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ike-based Ipsec Tunnel For Ipv4 Packets196................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ipsec For Ripng199................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ike206................................................................................................................................................................
Ike Functions207................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between Ike And Ipsec208................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Name For The Local Security Gateway209................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ike Peer210................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Keepalive Timers212................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Nat Keepalive Timer213................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Ike214................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Ike215................................................................................................................................................................
Invalid User Id216................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Configuration Error217................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ssh218................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh Authentication219................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh Support For Mpls L3vpn220................................................................................................................................................................
Generating Local Dsa Or Rsa Key Pairs221................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Sftp Server Function222................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ssh User224................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Ssh Management Parameters225................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Device As An Stelnet Client226................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling First-time Authentication227................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Device As An Sftp Client228................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing A Connection To An Sftp Server229................................................................................................................................................................
Working With Sftp Files230................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Help Information231................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Ssh232................................................................................................................................................................
Password Authentication Enabled Stelnet Server Configuration Example233................................................................................................................................................................
Publickey Authentication Enabled Stelnet Server Configuration Example235................................................................................................................................................................
Password Authentication Enabled Stelnet Client Configuration Example240................................................................................................................................................................
Publickey Authentication Enabled Stelnet Client Configuration Example243................................................................................................................................................................
Sftp Configuration Examples245................................................................................................................................................................
Publickey Authentication Enabled Sftp Client Configuration Example247................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh Connection248................................................................................................................................................................
File Transfer With Password Authentication251................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Blacklist253................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining The Blacklist254................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tcp And Icmp Attack Protection256................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Protection Against Naptha Attacks257................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Forwarding Icmp Fragments258................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Source Guard259................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Ip Source Guard Entries260................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ipv4 Source Guard Function261................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Static Ipv4 Source Guard Entry262................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ipv6 Source Guard Function263................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Static Ipv6 Source Guard Entry264................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Maximum Number Of Ipv6 Source Guard Entries265................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Source Guard Configuration Examples267................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Ipv4 Source Guard By Dhcp Snooping Configuration Example269................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Ipv4 Source Guard By Dhcp Relay Configuration Example270................................................................................................................................................................
Static Ipv6 Source Guard Entry Configuration Example271................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Ipv6 Source Guard By Dhcpv6 Snooping Configuration Example272................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Ipv6 Source Guard By Nd Snooping Configuration Example273................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Ip Source Guard274................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Arp Attack Protection275................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Arp Defense Against Ip Packet Attacks276................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Arp Defense Against Ip Packet Attacks277................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Source Mac Address Based Arp Attack Detection278................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Arp Packet Source Mac Address Consistency Check279................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authorized Arp280................................................................................................................................................................
Network Requirements281................................................................................................................................................................
Authorized Arp Configuration Example (on A Dhcp Relay Agent)282................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Arp Detection283................................................................................................................................................................
Security Entries/oui Mac Addresses284................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Arp Detection Based On Specified Objects285................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Arp Restricted Forwarding286................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Detection Configuration Example 2288................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Restricted Forwarding Configuration Example289................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Nd Attack Defense292................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Source Mac Consistency Check For Nd Packets293................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Guidelines294................................................................................................................................................................
Nd Detection Configuration Example295................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Urpf298................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pki301................................................................................................................................................................
Pki Architecture302................................................................................................................................................................
Pki Operation303................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Entity Dn304................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Pki Domain305................................................................................................................................................................
Submitting A Pki Certificate Request306................................................................................................................................................................
Submitting A Certificate Request In Auto Mode307................................................................................................................................................................
Retrieving A Certificate Manually308................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pki Certificate Verification309................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pki Certificate Verification Without Crl Checking310................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Access Control Policy311................................................................................................................................................................
Pki Configuration Examples312................................................................................................................................................................
Certificate Request From A Windows 2003 Ca Server315................................................................................................................................................................
Certificate Attribute Access Control Policy Configuration318................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Pki319................................................................................................................................................................
Failed To Request A Local Certificate320................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ssl322................................................................................................................................................................
Ssl Protocol Stack323................................................................................................................................................................
Ssl Server Policy Configuration Example325................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ssl Client Policy326................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Ssl327................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Ssl328................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Fips329................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Fips331................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources333................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions334................................................................................................................................................................
Index336................................................................................................................................................................
HP 12500 Series Network Management And Monitoring Command Reference

HP 12500 Series Network Management And Monitoring Command Reference (320 pages)

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Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 1.47 MB
Table of contents
Network Management And Monitoring1................................................................................................................................................................
Command Reference1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging9................................................................................................................................................................
Display Debugging10................................................................................................................................................................
Ping Ipv613................................................................................................................................................................
Tracert16................................................................................................................................................................
Tracert Ipv18................................................................................................................................................................
Advantage-factor20................................................................................................................................................................
Data-fill21................................................................................................................................................................
Data-size22................................................................................................................................................................
Description (any Nqa Operation Type View)23................................................................................................................................................................
Destination Ip24................................................................................................................................................................
Destination Port25................................................................................................................................................................
Display Nqa History26................................................................................................................................................................
Display Nqa Reaction Counters27................................................................................................................................................................
Display Nqa Result29................................................................................................................................................................
Display Nqa Statistics35................................................................................................................................................................
Expect Data42................................................................................................................................................................
Expect Status43................................................................................................................................................................
Expect Ip44................................................................................................................................................................
Filename45................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency46................................................................................................................................................................
History-record Enable47................................................................................................................................................................
History-record Number48................................................................................................................................................................
Lsr-path49................................................................................................................................................................
Next-hop50................................................................................................................................................................
Nqa Agent Enable52................................................................................................................................................................
Nqa Schedule53................................................................................................................................................................
Operation (ftp Operation View)54................................................................................................................................................................
Operation (http Operation View)55................................................................................................................................................................
Probe Count56................................................................................................................................................................
Probe Packet-interval58................................................................................................................................................................
Probe Timeout59................................................................................................................................................................
Raw-request60................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Checked-element Icpif61................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Checked-element { Jitter-ds | Jitter-sd }62................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Checked-element Mos64................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Checked-element { Owd-ds | Owd-sd }65................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Checked-element Packet-loss66................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Checked-element Probe-duration67................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Checked-element Probe-fail (for Trap)68................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Checked-element Probe-fail (for Trigger)70................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Checked-element Rtt71................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Trap72................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Trigger Probe-fail73................................................................................................................................................................
Reaction Trigger Probe-pass74................................................................................................................................................................
Resolve-type75................................................................................................................................................................
Source Interface76................................................................................................................................................................
Source Ip77................................................................................................................................................................
Source Ipv678................................................................................................................................................................
Source Port79................................................................................................................................................................
Statistics Interval80................................................................................................................................................................
Statistics Max-group81................................................................................................................................................................
Target-only82................................................................................................................................................................
Type84................................................................................................................................................................
Username85................................................................................................................................................................
Version86................................................................................................................................................................
Vpn-instance87................................................................................................................................................................
Display Nqa Server88................................................................................................................................................................
Nqa Server Enable89................................................................................................................................................................
Nqa Server Udp-echo90................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp Commands92................................................................................................................................................................
Display Ntp-service Status96................................................................................................................................................................
Display Ntp-service Trace98................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Acl99................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Authentication Enable100................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Authentication-keyid101................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Broadcast-client102................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Dscp103................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Enable104................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Max-dynamic-sessions105................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Multicast-client106................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Refclock-master107................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Reliable Authentication-keyid108................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Source109................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Unicast-peer110................................................................................................................................................................
Ntp-service Unicast-server112................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Commands114................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Authentication-keyid115................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Enable116................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Reliable Authentication-keyid117................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Commands120................................................................................................................................................................
Display Snmp-agent Context121................................................................................................................................................................
Display Snmp-agent Group122................................................................................................................................................................
Display Snmp-agent Local-engineid123................................................................................................................................................................
Display Snmp-agent Mib-node124................................................................................................................................................................
Display Snmp-agent Mib-view130................................................................................................................................................................
Display Snmp-agent Remote132................................................................................................................................................................
Display Snmp-agent Statistics133................................................................................................................................................................
Display Snmp-agent Sys-info134................................................................................................................................................................
Display Snmp-agent Trap Queue135................................................................................................................................................................
Display Snmp-agent Trap-list136................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Snmp Trap Updown138................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent139................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Community140................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Community-map142................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Context143................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Group144................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Local-engineid146................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Log147................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Mib-view148................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Packet Max-size149................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Remote150................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Source151................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Sys-info Contact152................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Sys-info Location153................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Target-host154................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Trap Enable156................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Trap If-mib Link Extended157................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Trap Life158................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Trap Log159................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Usm-user { V1 | V2c }160................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Usm-user V3161................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Commands165................................................................................................................................................................
Display Rmon Alarm165................................................................................................................................................................
Display Rmon Event167................................................................................................................................................................
Display Rmon Eventlog168................................................................................................................................................................
Display Rmon History170................................................................................................................................................................
Display Rmon Prialarm173................................................................................................................................................................
Display Rmon Statistics175................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Alarm177................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Event179................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon History180................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Prialarm181................................................................................................................................................................
Rmon Statistics184................................................................................................................................................................
Netconf Commands186................................................................................................................................................................
Netconf Soap Http Enable187................................................................................................................................................................
Netconf Soap Https Enable188................................................................................................................................................................
Port Mirroring Commands189................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring-group190................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring-group Mirroring-port (interface View)191................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring-group Mirroring-port (system View)192................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring-group Mirroring-vlan193................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring-group Monitor-port (interface View)194................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring-group Monitor-port (system View)195................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring-group Reflector-port196................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring-group Remote-probe Vlan198................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Mirroring Commands200................................................................................................................................................................
Sampler Commands202................................................................................................................................................................
Sampler203................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow Commands204................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow Agent205................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow Collector206................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow Counter Interval207................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow Counter Collector208................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow Flow Max-header209................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow Sampling-rate210................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow Source211................................................................................................................................................................
Information Center Commands212................................................................................................................................................................
Display Info-center213................................................................................................................................................................
Display Logbuffer214................................................................................................................................................................
Display Logbuffer Summary216................................................................................................................................................................
Display Logfile Summary217................................................................................................................................................................
Display Security-logfile Summary218................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Log Updown219................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Diagnostic-logfile Frequency220................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Diagnostic-logfile Quota221................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Logfile Overwrite-protection222................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Enable223................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Logbuffer224................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Logbuffer Size225................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Logfile Frequency226................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Logfile Size-quota227................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Logging Suppress Duplicates228................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Loghost230................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Security-logfile Alarm-threshold231................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Security-logfile Enable232................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Security-logfile Frequency233................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Security-logfile Directory234................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Source235................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Synchronous236................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Timestamp237................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Timestamp Loghost238................................................................................................................................................................
Info-center Trace-logfile Quota239................................................................................................................................................................
Logfile Save240................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Logbuffer240................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Debugging241................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Logging Level242................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Monitor243................................................................................................................................................................
Action Cli244................................................................................................................................................................
Action Reboot245................................................................................................................................................................
Action Syslog246................................................................................................................................................................
Commit247................................................................................................................................................................
Display Rtm Environment248................................................................................................................................................................
Event Cli250................................................................................................................................................................
Event Hotplug251................................................................................................................................................................
Event Interface252................................................................................................................................................................
Event Process254................................................................................................................................................................
Event Snmp Oid255................................................................................................................................................................
Event Snmp-notification256................................................................................................................................................................
Event Syslog257................................................................................................................................................................
Rtm Cli-policy258................................................................................................................................................................
Rtm Environment259................................................................................................................................................................
Rtm Scheduler Suspend261................................................................................................................................................................
Running-time262................................................................................................................................................................
User-role263................................................................................................................................................................
Display Exception Context264................................................................................................................................................................
Display Exception Filepath266................................................................................................................................................................
Display Kernel Deadloop267................................................................................................................................................................
Display Kernel Deadloop Configuration271................................................................................................................................................................
Display Kernel Exception272................................................................................................................................................................
Display Kernel Reboot275................................................................................................................................................................
Display Kernel Starvation278................................................................................................................................................................
Display Kernel Starvation Configuration281................................................................................................................................................................
Display Process282................................................................................................................................................................
Display Process Cpu285................................................................................................................................................................
Display Process Log286................................................................................................................................................................
Display Process Memory287................................................................................................................................................................
Display Process Memory Heap289................................................................................................................................................................
Display Process Memory Heap Address290................................................................................................................................................................
Display Process Memory Heap Size292................................................................................................................................................................
Exception Filepath293................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Kernel Deadloop Enable294................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Kernel Deadloop Exclude-thread295................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Kernel Deadloop Time296................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Kernel Starvation Enable297................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Kernel Starvation Exclude-thread298................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Kernel Starvation Time299................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Process300................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Thread305................................................................................................................................................................
Process Core308................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Exception Context309................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Kernel Deadloop310................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Kernel Exception311................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Kernel Starvation312................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources314................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service314................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information314................................................................................................................................................................
Command Conventions315................................................................................................................................................................
Index317................................................................................................................................................................

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HP 12500 Series Configuration Manual

HP 12500 Series Configuration Manual (240 pages)

Routing Switch Series  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 1.7 MB
Table of contents
Configuration Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli9................................................................................................................................................................
Entering System View From User View10................................................................................................................................................................
Returning To User View11................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Undo Form Of A Command12................................................................................................................................................................
Entering A String Or Text Type Value For An Argument13................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Using Command Hotkeys14................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Redisplaying Entered-but-not-submitted Commands15................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Command History Function16................................................................................................................................................................
Pausing Between Screens Of Output17................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering The Output From A Display Command18................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Output From A Display Command To A File20................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Managing The Output From A Display Command Effectively21................................................................................................................................................................
Saving The Running Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rbac23................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning User Roles25................................................................................................................................................................
Creating User Roles26................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Feature Groups27................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Resource Access Policies28................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning User Roles To Non-aaa Authentication Users On User Interfaces30................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring User Role Switching31................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring User Role Switching Authentication32................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Rbac Settings33................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Configuration34................................................................................................................................................................
Rbac Configuration Example For Radius Authentication Users35................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Procedure36................................................................................................................................................................
Rbac Configuration Example For Hwtacacs Authentication Users38................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Rbac41................................................................................................................................................................
Login Attempts By Radius Users Always Fail42................................................................................................................................................................
Login Overview43................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In Through The Console Port For The First Device Access45................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In To The Cli48................................................................................................................................................................
Login Authentication Modes49................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In Through The Console/aux Port Locally50................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Password Authentication For Console/aux Login51................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Scheme Authentication For Console/aux Login52................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Common Console/aux User Interface Settings53................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In Through Telnet55................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Device To Log In To A Telnet Server59................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In Through Ssh60................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Device To Log In To An Ssh Server61................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Device Through Snmp63................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmpv1 Or Snmpv2c Access64................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling User Access65................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Snmp Access66................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example67................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Command Authorization68................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Command Accounting70................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ftp72................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authentication And Authorization73................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Server Configuration Example In Irf Mode75................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Device As An Ftp Client76................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Directories On The Ftp Server78................................................................................................................................................................
Switching To Another User Account79................................................................................................................................................................
Terminating The Ftp Connection80................................................................................................................................................................
Ftp Client Configuration Example In Irf Mode82................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tftp84................................................................................................................................................................
Managing The File System86................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Files88................................................................................................................................................................
Renaming A File89................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Files From The Recycle Bin90................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Working Directory91................................................................................................................................................................
Repairing A Storage Medium92................................................................................................................................................................
Partitioning A Cf Card Or A Usb Disk93................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Operation Mode For Files And Folders94................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Configuration Files95................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration File Formats96................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Configuration Encryption97................................................................................................................................................................
Converting A Comware V5 Configuration File To A Comware V7 Configuration File98................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Configuration Archive Parameters99................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Automatic Configuration Archiving100................................................................................................................................................................
Manually Archiving The Running Configuration101................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Next-startup Configuration File102................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Main Next-startup Configuration File From A Tftp Server103................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Configuration Files104................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Software105................................................................................................................................................................
System Startup Process106................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Methods107................................................................................................................................................................
Non-issu Upgrade Procedure Summary108................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Startup Image File And Completing The Upgrade109................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Startup Image File And Completing The Upgrade (in Irf Mode)110................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Mbus Daughter Card Software112................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Or Repairing The Power Software On An Interface Card113................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading The Power Monitor Software114................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading Fan Monitor Software115................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Software Image Settings116................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Overview120................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Command Series121................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Prerequisites122................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Issu By Using Issu Series Commands124................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Issu For A Single-mpu Device125................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Issu In Irf Mode126................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Issu For A Single-member, Dual-mpu Irf Fabric128................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Issu For A Single-member, Single-mpu Irf Fabric130................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining Issu131................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Examples For Using Issu Series Commands (in Standalone Mode)133................................................................................................................................................................
Http Feature Upgrade To An Incompatible Version135................................................................................................................................................................
Http Feature Rollback Example137................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Examples For Using Issu Series Commands (in Irf Mode)140................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade Procedure141................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Issu By Using Install Series Commands152................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Feature Or Patch Images153................................................................................................................................................................
Rolling Back The Software Configuration154................................................................................................................................................................
Aborting A Software Image Operation155................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Examples For Using Install Series Commands (in Standalone Mode)157................................................................................................................................................................
Issu Examples For Using Install Series Commands (in Irf Mode)161................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Emergency Shell168................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining A System Image From An Ftp/tftp Server169................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Connectivity To A Server170................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The System Image171................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Shell Usage Example172................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Configuration175................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic-configuration Parameter Acquisition Process177................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration File Acquisition Process178................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying And Configuring Servers For Automatic Configuration179................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Server Configuration Guidelines180................................................................................................................................................................
Managing The Device181................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Displaying The Copyright Statement182................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Brand Name Of An Mpu184................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting The Device185................................................................................................................................................................
Schedule Configuration Example188................................................................................................................................................................
Performing Power Supply Management191................................................................................................................................................................
Powering On/off A Card192................................................................................................................................................................
Re-assigning Ids To Ac Power Supplies193................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Port Status Detection Timer195................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Temperature Alarm Thresholds197................................................................................................................................................................
Isolating A Card198................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Hardware Failure Detection And Protection199................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Data Forwarding Path Failure Detection201................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Alarm Traps For Transceiver Modules202................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mdcs205................................................................................................................................................................
Default Mdc And Non-default Mdcs206................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Mdc207................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Physical Interfaces To An Mdc208................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Cpu Weight For An Mdc209................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Disk Space Percentage For An Mdc210................................................................................................................................................................
Starting An Mdc211................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Configuration Example (in Standalone Mode)212................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Configuration Example (in Irf Mode)215................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tcl220................................................................................................................................................................
Index221................................................................................................................................................................
HP 12500 Series Command Reference Manual

HP 12500 Series Command Reference Manual (157 pages)

Routing Switch Series, MPLS  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.76 MB
Table of contents
Command Reference1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Forwarding Ilm6................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Forwarding Nhlfe7................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Interface9................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Label10................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Lsp11................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Lsp Statistics16................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Nib17................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Nid18................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Summary19................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Enable20................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Lsr-id21................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Mtu22................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Ttl Expiration Enable23................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Trap Enable Mpls24................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Static-lsp26................................................................................................................................................................
Static-lsp Egress27................................................................................................................................................................
Static-lsp Transit28................................................................................................................................................................
Accept-label30................................................................................................................................................................
Advertise-label31................................................................................................................................................................
Backoff32................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Ldp Discovery33................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Ldp Fec35................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Ldp Interface38................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Ldp Lsp38................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Ldp Parameter40................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Ldp Peer41................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mpls Ldp Summary45................................................................................................................................................................
Graceful-restart46................................................................................................................................................................
Graceful-restart Timer47................................................................................................................................................................
Label-distribution48................................................................................................................................................................
Loop-detect49................................................................................................................................................................
Lsp-trigger50................................................................................................................................................................
Lsr-id51................................................................................................................................................................
Maxhops52................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Ldp53................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Ldp Enable54................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Ldp Timer55................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Ldp Transport-address57................................................................................................................................................................
Pv-limit58................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Mpls Ldp59................................................................................................................................................................
Session Protection60................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-agent Trap Enable Ldp61................................................................................................................................................................
Vpn-instance62................................................................................................................................................................
Address-family Ipv4 (vpn Instance View)64................................................................................................................................................................
Description (vpn Instance View)65................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Ipv4 Unicast Inlabel66................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Ipv4 Unicast Outlabel67................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv468................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv4 Advertise-info72................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv4 As-path-acl73................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv4 Community-list75................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv4 Inlabel76................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv4 Outlabel77................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv4 Peer78................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv4 Statistics80................................................................................................................................................................
Display Ip Vpn-instance82................................................................................................................................................................
Domain-id83................................................................................................................................................................
Export Route-policy84................................................................................................................................................................
Ext-community-type85................................................................................................................................................................
Import Route-policy86................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Binding Vpn-instance87................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Vpn-instance (system View)88................................................................................................................................................................
Peer Next-hop-invariable89................................................................................................................................................................
Peer Upe90................................................................................................................................................................
Peer Upe Route-policy91................................................................................................................................................................
Refresh Bgp Vpnv492................................................................................................................................................................
Reserve-vlan (vpn Instance View)93................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Bgp Vpnv494................................................................................................................................................................
Route-distinguisher (vpn Instance View)95................................................................................................................................................................
Route-tag96................................................................................................................................................................
Routing-table Limit97................................................................................................................................................................
Sham-link98................................................................................................................................................................
Rr-filter100................................................................................................................................................................
Tnl-policy (vpn Instance View/ipv4 Vpn View/ipv6 Vpn View)101................................................................................................................................................................
Vpn Popgo102................................................................................................................................................................
Vpn-id103................................................................................................................................................................
Vpn-instance-capability Simple104................................................................................................................................................................
Address-family Ipv6 (vpn Instance View)107................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv6108................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv6 Advertise-info110................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv6 As-path-acl111................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv6 Community-list113................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv6 Inlabel115................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv6 Peer116................................................................................................................................................................
Display Bgp Routing-table Vpnv6 Statistics118................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Vpn-target119................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Bgp Vpnv6120................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls L2vpn Commands123................................................................................................................................................................
Connection124................................................................................................................................................................
Description125................................................................................................................................................................
Display L2vpn Forwarding127................................................................................................................................................................
Display L2vpn Interface130................................................................................................................................................................
Display L2vpn Pw131................................................................................................................................................................
Display L2vpn Pw-class134................................................................................................................................................................
Display L2vpn Xconnect-group136................................................................................................................................................................
Encapsulation137................................................................................................................................................................
L2vpn Enable139................................................................................................................................................................
Peer140................................................................................................................................................................
Pw-class141................................................................................................................................................................
Pw-type142................................................................................................................................................................
Service-instance143................................................................................................................................................................
Shutdown144................................................................................................................................................................
Xconnect-group145................................................................................................................................................................
Mpls Oam Commands146................................................................................................................................................................
Ping Mpls Ipv4147................................................................................................................................................................
Tracert Mpls Ipv4149................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources153................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service153................................................................................................................................................................
Related Information153................................................................................................................................................................
Command Conventions154................................................................................................................................................................
Index156................................................................................................................................................................
HP 12500 Series Configuration Manual

HP 12500 Series Configuration Manual (92 pages)

Routing  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 1.32 MB
Table of contents
Configuration Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Overview5................................................................................................................................................................
Network Topologies6................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Mode8................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Member Id9................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Physical Port10................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Merge11................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Multi-active Detection12................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Mad13................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Irf18................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Link Redundancy19................................................................................................................................................................
Evi Restrictions20................................................................................................................................................................
Setup And Configuration Task List21................................................................................................................................................................
Preconfiguring Irf Member Devices In Standalone Mode22................................................................................................................................................................
Binding Physical Ports To Irf Ports23................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Enhanced Irf In Standalone Mode24................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Physical Irf Ports25................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Operating Mode To Irf Mode26................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Irf Fabric27................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Priority Of A Member Device28................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Enhanced Irf In Irf Mode30................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Irf Auto Merge31................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Irf Bridge Mac Persistence32................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Software Auto-update For System Software Image Synchronization33................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Irf Link Down Report Delay34................................................................................................................................................................
Fast-restoring Irf Configuration For A One-mpu Member43................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining An Irf Fabric44................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Examples45................................................................................................................................................................
Bfd Mad-enabled Irf Configuration Example For A Two-chassis Irf Fabric47................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Mad-enabled Irf Configuration Example For A Two-chassis Irf Fabric50................................................................................................................................................................
Nd Mad-enabled Irf Configuration Example For A Two-chassis Irf Fabric53................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Example For Restoring Standalone Mode55................................................................................................................................................................
Four-chassis Irf Fabric Configuration Example57................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mdcs63................................................................................................................................................................
Default Mdc And Non-default Mdcs64................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Configuration Task List65................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Mdc66................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Physical Interfaces To An Mdc67................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Cpu Weight For An Mdc68................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying A Disk Space Percentage For An Mdc69................................................................................................................................................................
Starting An Mdc70................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Configuration Examples71................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Considerations72................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Configuration Example In Irf Mode76................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources83................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions84................................................................................................................................................................
Index86................................................................................................................................................................
HP 12500 Series Configuration Manual

HP 12500 Series Configuration Manual (63 pages)

ROUTING SWITCH  
Brand: HP | Category: Network Router | Size: 0.71 MB
Table of contents
Configuration Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Overview5................................................................................................................................................................
Network Topologies6................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Mode8................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Member Id9................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Domain Id10................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Split11................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Multi-active Detection12................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Mad13................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Irf17................................................................................................................................................................
Other Configuration Guidelines18................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Irf Fabric Setup19................................................................................................................................................................
Preconfiguring Irf Member Devices In Standalone Mode20................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Enhanced Irf Mode In Standalone Mode21................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Configuration To The Next-startup Configuration File22................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Operating Mode To Irf Mode23................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Irf Fabric24................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Member Id Of A Device25................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Priority Of A Member Device26................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Enhanced Irf Mode In Irf Mode28................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Auto Reboot For Irf Fabric Merge29................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Software Auto-update For System Software Image Synchronization30................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Irf Link Down Report Delay31................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Irf Link Failure Detection And Auto-recovery32................................................................................................................................................................
Fast-restoring Irf Configuration For A One-mpu Member40................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying And Maintaining An Irf Fabric41................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Examples42................................................................................................................................................................
Bfd Mad-enabled Irf Configuration Example For A Two-chassis Irf Fabric46................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Mad-enabled Irf Configuration Example For A Two-chassis Irf Fabric49................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Irf Mode Configuration Example51................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Standalone Mode56................................................................................................................................................................
Index59................................................................................................................................................................
HP 12500 Series Specification

HP 12500 Series Specification (55 pages)

HP 12500 Switch Series  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 2.23 MB
Table of contents
Product Overview1................................................................................................................................................................
Key Features2................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Benefits2................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications25................................................................................................................................................................
HP 12500 Series Quickspecs

HP 12500 Series Quickspecs (53 pages)

HP 12500 Switch Series Quickspecs  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 2.18 MB
Table of contents
Product Overview1................................................................................................................................................................
Key Features2................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Benefits2................................................................................................................................................................
Remarks: 12504 And 12508 Only - Default 6 Power Supplies And Allow The User To Change Down To15................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents17................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying 1:1 Power Redundancy17................................................................................................................................................................
See Configuration18................................................................................................................................................................
Note:1, 219................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Rules19................................................................................................................................................................
System (std 0 // Max 2) User Selection (min 2 // Max27................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications31................................................................................................................................................................
Da - 13785 Worldwide — Version 24 — May 12, 201433................................................................................................................................................................
HP 12500 Series Command Reference Manual

HP 12500 Series Command Reference Manual (34 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.27 MB
Table of contents
Command Reference1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Configuration Commands4................................................................................................................................................................
Display Irf5................................................................................................................................................................
Display Irf Configuration6................................................................................................................................................................
Display Irf Link7................................................................................................................................................................
Display Irf Topology8................................................................................................................................................................
Display Mad9................................................................................................................................................................
Display Restricted Port11................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Auto-update Enable12................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Domain13................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Link-delay14................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Link-status Detect Enable15................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Mac-address Persistent16................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Member17................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Member Description18................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Member Priority19................................................................................................................................................................
Usage Guidelines20................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Mode Enhanced21................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Priority22................................................................................................................................................................
Irf Slot Member23................................................................................................................................................................
Irf-port Member-id/port-number24................................................................................................................................................................
Irf-port-configuration Active25................................................................................................................................................................
Mad Arp Enable26................................................................................................................................................................
Mad Bfd Enable27................................................................................................................................................................
Mad Enable28................................................................................................................................................................
Mad Exclude Interface29................................................................................................................................................................
Mad Ip Address30................................................................................................................................................................
Mad Restore31................................................................................................................................................................
Related Commands33................................................................................................................................................................
Index34................................................................................................................................................................
HP 12500 Series Datasheet

HP 12500 Series Datasheet (8 pages)

HP 12500 20Gbps VPN Firewall Module  
Brand: HP | Category: Firewall | Size: 0.09 MB
Table of contents
Key Features1................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview1................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Benefits2................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications4................................................................................................................................................................

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