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HP 2530 SERIES Manual Supplement

HP 2530 SERIES Manual Supplement (111 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 1.58 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Updates For The Hp Switch Software Access Security Guide6................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Advanced Threat Protection6................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction6................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Snooping7................................................................................................................................................................
Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dhcp Snooping8................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dhcp Snooping On Vlans9................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dhcp Snooping Trusted Ports9................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authorized Server Addresses10................................................................................................................................................................
Using Dhcp Snooping With Option 8210................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Remote-id From A Mac To An Ip Address11................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Mac Address Check12................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Binding Database12................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Dhcp Snooping Statistics13................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Debug Logging13................................................................................................................................................................
Log Messages14................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Arp Protection15................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dynamic Arp Protection16................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Trusted Ports16................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Ip-to-mac Binding To The Dhcp Binding Database And Adding Or Removing A Static Binding17................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Additional Validation Checks On Arp Packets18................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying Dynamic Arp Protection Configuration19................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Arp Packet Statistics19................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Dynamic Arp Protection19................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Ip Lockdown20................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Against Ip Source Address Spoofing20................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisite: Dhcp Snooping20................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Ip And Mac Addresses Per-port And Per-vlan21................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dynamic Ip Lockdown22................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Ip-to-mac Binding To The Dhcp Binding Database23................................................................................................................................................................
Potential Issues With Bindings23................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Dynamic Ip Lockdown Configuration24................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Static Configuration Of Ip-to-mac Bindings24................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging Dynamic Ip Lockdown25................................................................................................................................................................
Differences Between Switch Platforms25................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Instrumentation Monitor26................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Instrumentation Monitor27................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Instrumentation Monitor Configuration29................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Server Support For Switch Services29................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Client And Server Requirements30................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Hp Pcm And Idm Network Management Applications30................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Server Configuration For Cos (802.1p Priority) And Rate-limiting30................................................................................................................................................................
Applied Rates For Radius-assigned Rate Limits31................................................................................................................................................................
Per-port Bandwidth Override32................................................................................................................................................................
Ingress (inbound) Traffic32................................................................................................................................................................
Egress (outbound) Traffic32................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Currently Active Per-port Cos And Rate-limiting Configuration33................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Using Dynamic (radius-assigned) Access Control Lists36................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-assigned, Dynamic Acls36................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Applications37................................................................................................................................................................
Contrasting Radius-assigned And Static Acls38................................................................................................................................................................
How A Radius Server Applies A Radius-assigned Acl To A Client On A Switch Port39................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Clients Sharing The Same Radius-assigned Acl40................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Of Multiple Acl Application Types On An Interface40................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Features, Planning, And Configuration40................................................................................................................................................................
The Packet-filtering Process41................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Radius-assigned Acls41................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Acl In A Radius Server42................................................................................................................................................................
Nas-filter-rule-options42................................................................................................................................................................
Ace Syntax In Radius Servers44................................................................................................................................................................
Example Using The Standard Attribute In An Ipv4 Acl46................................................................................................................................................................
Example Using Hp Vsa 63 To Assign Ipv6 Or Ipv4 Acls47................................................................................................................................................................
Example Using Hp Vsa 61 To Assign Ipv4 Acls49................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Notes51................................................................................................................................................................
Explicitly Permit Ipv4 And Ipv6 Traffic From An Authenticated Client51................................................................................................................................................................
Explicitly Permit Only The Ipv4 Traffic From An Authenticated Client51................................................................................................................................................................
Explicitly Deny Inbound Traffic From An Authenticated Client51................................................................................................................................................................
Implicitly Deny Any Ip Traffic51................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch To Support Radius-assigned Acls51................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Current Radius-assigned Acl Activity On The Switch52................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log Messages55................................................................................................................................................................
Causes For Client Deauthentication Immediately After Authenticating56................................................................................................................................................................
Updates For The Hp Switch Software Ipv6 Configuration Guide57................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control Lists (acls)57................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Applications58................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-assigned Acls58................................................................................................................................................................
General Application Options58................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Acls58................................................................................................................................................................
Concurrent Ipv4 And Ipv6 Acls59................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Inbound Application Points59................................................................................................................................................................
Vacl Applications59................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-assigned (dynamic) Port Acl Applications60................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-assigned Acls When Multiple Clients Use The Same Port60................................................................................................................................................................
802.1x User-based And Port-based Applications61................................................................................................................................................................
Considerations61................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Applications62................................................................................................................................................................
Planning And Configuring Acls63................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Operation63................................................................................................................................................................
Packet-filtering64................................................................................................................................................................
Planning An Acl Application68................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Resource Usage68................................................................................................................................................................
Prioritizing And Monitoring Acl And Qos Feature Usage68................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Resource Usage And Monitoring68................................................................................................................................................................
Rule Usage68................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Acl Resource Consumption69................................................................................................................................................................
Oversubscribing Available Resources69................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Shortage Of Resources70................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Acl Resource Usage70................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Current Rule Usage70................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Management And Improved Network Performance70................................................................................................................................................................
Security71................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Planning Acl Structure71................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Configuration And Operating Rules72................................................................................................................................................................
How An Ace Uses A Mask To Screen Packets For Matches72................................................................................................................................................................
Prefix Usage Differences Between Acls And Other Ipv6 Addressing73................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Assigning An Acl74................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Implementing Acls74................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Types74................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Configuration Structure74................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Configuration Factors77................................................................................................................................................................
The Sequence Of Entries In An Acl Is Significant77................................................................................................................................................................
Allowing For The Implied Deny Function78................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning An Acl To An Interface78................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning An Acl Name To An Interface78................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Acl Using The Cli79................................................................................................................................................................
Ace Rules79................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cidr Notation To Enter The Ipv6 Acl Prefix Length80................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Commands80................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Acls80................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling, Disabling, And Displaying Acls81................................................................................................................................................................
Creating, Entering, And Configuring An Acl81................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Aces In An Acl82................................................................................................................................................................
Tcp And Udp Traffic In Ipv6 Acls83................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Switched Ipv6 Traffic Inbound On A Vlan85................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Ipv6 Acl86................................................................................................................................................................
Editing An Existing Acl86................................................................................................................................................................
Editing Rules86................................................................................................................................................................
Sequence Numbering In Acls87................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting An Ace In An Existing Acl With A Sequence Number88................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Ace From An Existing Acl89................................................................................................................................................................
Resequencing Aces In An Ipv6 Acl90................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching A Remark To An Ace91................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Remarks93................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Acl Configuration Data94................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying An Acl Summary95................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Content Of All Acls On The Switch96................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Acl Information For A Vlan97................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Static Port (and Trunk) Acl Assignments98................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Content Of A Specific Acl99................................................................................................................................................................
Display All Acls And Their Assignments In The Startup-config And Running-config Files102................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Or Editing An Acl Offline102................................................................................................................................................................
The Offline Process103................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Ipv6 Acl "deny" Logging105................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Using Ipv6 Acl Logging105................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Logging Operation105................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Acl Logging On The Switch106................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Operating Notices107................................................................................................................................................................
Unable To Delete An Acl In The Running Configuration108................................................................................................................................................................
Index109................................................................................................................................................................

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HP 2530 SERIES Installation And Getting Started Manual

HP 2530 SERIES Installation And Getting Started Manual (93 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Network Router | Size: 1.39 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Introducing The Switch9................................................................................................................................................................
Front Of The Switch12................................................................................................................................................................
Network Ports13................................................................................................................................................................
Leds13................................................................................................................................................................
Port Leds15................................................................................................................................................................
Led Mode Select Button And Indicator Leds16................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Button17................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Button17................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port17................................................................................................................................................................
Back Of The Switch18................................................................................................................................................................
Power Connector18................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Features19................................................................................................................................................................
Save Power Mode20................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Switch21................................................................................................................................................................
Included Parts21................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Precautions23................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedures24................................................................................................................................................................
Prepare The Installation Site25................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Switch Passes Self Test26................................................................................................................................................................
Led Behavior27................................................................................................................................................................
Mount The Switch28................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Or Cabinet Mounting28................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mounting The Switch29................................................................................................................................................................
Wall Or Under-table Mounting31................................................................................................................................................................
Horizontal Surface Mounting32................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Switch To A Power Source32................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Network Cables33................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Rj-45 Connectors33................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Or Removing Sfps34................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Sfps34................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Sfps35................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Cables To Sfps35................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Connect A Console To The Switch35................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Configuration36................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Console Access37................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Network Topologies39................................................................................................................................................................
As A Desktop Switch Implementing Poe39................................................................................................................................................................
As A Segment Switch Implementing Poe40................................................................................................................................................................
Stacking The Switch42................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch43................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Minimal Configuration43................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Console Setup Screen44................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go From Here45................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ip Address For Remote Switch Management47................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Telnet Session47................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Web Browser Session47................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting49................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Troubleshooting Tips49................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnosing With The Leds52................................................................................................................................................................
Led Patterns For General Switch Troubleshooting52................................................................................................................................................................
Led Patterns For Poe Troubleshooting56................................................................................................................................................................
Proactive Networking57................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Diagnostic Tests58................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Switch By Resetting It58................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Switch Leds58................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Console Messages58................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Twisted-pair Cabling59................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Switch-to-device Network Communications59................................................................................................................................................................
Testing End-to-end Network Communications59................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Factory Default Configuration60................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading New Switch Software61................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Customer Support Services61................................................................................................................................................................
Before Calling Support61................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Specifications63................................................................................................................................................................
Physical63................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical63................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental64................................................................................................................................................................
Acoustics64................................................................................................................................................................
Safety64................................................................................................................................................................
Standards65................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling And Technology Information Specifications66................................................................................................................................................................
Technology Distance Specifications68................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Conditioning Patch Cord69................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Patch Cord69................................................................................................................................................................
Twisted-pair Cable/connector Pin-outs71................................................................................................................................................................
Straight-through Twisted-pair Cable For 10 Mbps Or 100 Mbps Network Connections73................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Diagram73................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Assignments73................................................................................................................................................................
Crossover Twisted-pair Cable For 10 Mbps Or 100 Mbps Network Connection74................................................................................................................................................................
Straight-through Twisted-pair Cable For 1000 Mbps Network Connections75................................................................................................................................................................
B Safety And Emc Regulatory Statements77................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information77................................................................................................................................................................
Informations Concernant La Sécurité78................................................................................................................................................................
Hinweise Zur Sicherheit79................................................................................................................................................................
Considerazioni Sulla Sicurezza80................................................................................................................................................................
Consideraciones Sobre Seguridad81................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information (japan82................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information (china83................................................................................................................................................................
Emc Regulatory Statements84................................................................................................................................................................
Canada84................................................................................................................................................................
Australia/new Zealand84................................................................................................................................................................
Japan84................................................................................................................................................................
Korea85................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan85................................................................................................................................................................

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