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HP ProCurve 2610-24/12-PWR Management And Configuration Manual

HP ProCurve 2610-24/12-PWR Management And Configuration Manual (464 pages)

ProCurve 2610 Series ProCurve 2610-PWR Series  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 4.53 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Command Line Interface (cli)6................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Web Browser Interface6................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Memory And Configuration7................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Access And System Information8................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Addressing9................................................................................................................................................................
Time Protocols9................................................................................................................................................................
Port Status And Basic Configuration10................................................................................................................................................................
Power Over Ethernet (poe) Operation11................................................................................................................................................................
Product Documentation19................................................................................................................................................................
Contents25................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction26................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions26................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Descriptions By Model26................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax Statements26................................................................................................................................................................
Command Prompts27................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Simulations27................................................................................................................................................................
Port Identity Examples28................................................................................................................................................................
Sources For More Information28................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start?30................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing30................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up And Install The Switch In Your Network30................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start30................................................................................................................................................................
Overview32................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Menu Interface33................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Cli34................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Web Browser Interface35................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using Procurve Manager Or Procurve Manager Plus36................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Ending A Menu Session41................................................................................................................................................................
How To Start A Menu Interface Session42................................................................................................................................................................
How To End A Menu Session And Exit From The Console:43................................................................................................................................................................
How To End A Menu Session And Exit From The Console43................................................................................................................................................................
Main Menu Features45................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Structure And Navigation47................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting The Switch50................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Features List52................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go From Here53................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Cli56................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli56................................................................................................................................................................
Privilege Levels At Logon57................................................................................................................................................................
Privilege Level Operation58................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Privileges58................................................................................................................................................................
Manager Privileges59................................................................................................................................................................
How To Move Between Levels61................................................................................................................................................................
Listing Commands And Command Options62................................................................................................................................................................
Listing Commands Available At Any Privilege Level62................................................................................................................................................................
Command Option Displays64................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Cli "help"65................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Cli "help65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Commands And The Context Configuration Modes67................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Control And Editing70................................................................................................................................................................
General Features73................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Web Browser Interface Session With The Switch74................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Standalone Web Browser In A Pc Or Unix Workstation74................................................................................................................................................................
Using Procurve Manager (pcm) Or Procurve Manager Plus (pcm+)75................................................................................................................................................................
Using Procurve Manager (pcm) Or Procurve Manager Plus (pcm)75................................................................................................................................................................
Tasks For Your First Web Browser Interface Session77................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The "first Time Install" Window77................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Usernames And Passwords In The Browser Interface78................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Passwords80................................................................................................................................................................
Using The User Names80................................................................................................................................................................
If You Lose A Password80................................................................................................................................................................
Online Help For The Web Browser Interface81................................................................................................................................................................
Support/mgmt Urls Feature82................................................................................................................................................................
Support Url83................................................................................................................................................................
Status Reporting Features84................................................................................................................................................................
The Overview Window84................................................................................................................................................................
The Port Utilization And Status Displays85................................................................................................................................................................
Port Utilization85................................................................................................................................................................
Port Status87................................................................................................................................................................
The Alert Log88................................................................................................................................................................
Sorting The Alert Log Entries88................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Types And Detailed Views89................................................................................................................................................................
The Status Bar90................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Fault Detection Policy91................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Configuration File Management97................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Implement Configuration Changes100................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Changes103................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Changes Using The Menu Interface103................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu And Web Browser Interfaces To Implement103................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting From The Menu Interface105................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Changes Using The Web Browser Interface106................................................................................................................................................................
Using Primary And Secondary Flash Image Options107................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Flash Image Data107................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Software Downloads109................................................................................................................................................................
Local Switch Software Replacement And Removal110................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes116................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Configuration Files117................................................................................................................................................................
General Operation118................................................................................................................................................................
Listing And Displaying Startup-config Files120................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Enabled120................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Content Of A Specific Startup-config File121................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Or Overriding The Reboot Configuration Policy121................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Startup-config Files In The Switch124................................................................................................................................................................
Renaming An Existing Startup-config File124................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New Startup-config File124................................................................................................................................................................
Erasing A Startup-config File127................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Clear + Reset Button Combination To Reset The Switch To Its Default Configuration128................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Startup-config Files To Or From A Remote Server129................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp: Copying A Configuration File To A Remote Host129................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp: Copying A Configuration File From A Remote Host130................................................................................................................................................................
Serially Connected Host130................................................................................................................................................................
Connected Host131................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Access: Console/serial Link, Web, And Telnet135................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Modifying The Interface Access136................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Modifying The Interface Access137................................................................................................................................................................
Management Sessions141................................................................................................................................................................
Denying Interface Access By Terminating Remote141................................................................................................................................................................
System Information142................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring System Information143................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring System Information144................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring System Parameters147................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Configuration151................................................................................................................................................................
Just Want A Quick Start With Ip Addressing?152................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing With Multiple Vlans152................................................................................................................................................................
Just Want A Quick Start With Ip Addressing152................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing In A Stacking Environment153................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring Ip Address, Gateway, And Time-to-live (ttl)153................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Ip Address, Gateway, And Time-to-live (ttl)155................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Ip Addressing159................................................................................................................................................................
How Ip Addressing Affects Switch Operation159................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp/bootp Operation160................................................................................................................................................................
Network Preparations For Configuring Dhcp/bootp163................................................................................................................................................................
File Downloads164................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Ip Preserve164................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Preserve: Retaining Vlan-1 Ip Addressing Across Configuration164................................................................................................................................................................
Timep Time Synchronization170................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Time Synchronization170................................................................................................................................................................
Time Protocol Operation171................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Running A Time Protocol On The Switch171................................................................................................................................................................
Overview: Selecting A Time Synchronization Protocol Or Turning Off171................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Time Synchronization172................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp: Viewing, Selecting, And Configuring172................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Sntp173................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Sntp176................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Sntp Configuration176................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring (enabling Or Disabling) The Sntp Mode177................................................................................................................................................................
Timep: Viewing, Selecting, And Configuring182................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Timep183................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Timep184................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Timep Configuration185................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring (enabling Or Disabling) The Timep Mode186................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Unicast Time Polling With Multiple Sntp Servers189................................................................................................................................................................
Address Prioritization189................................................................................................................................................................
Adding And Deleting Sntp Server Addresses190................................................................................................................................................................
Configured191................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Messages In The Event Log191................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters195................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters198................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters200................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To View Port Status200................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Spanning Tree Configuration Details202................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Configure Ports202................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Configure A Broadcast Limit203................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Auto-mdix204................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Auto-mdix Override205................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Transceiver Status207................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters209................................................................................................................................................................
Jumbo Frames209................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology210................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules210................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Jumbo Frame Operation211................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Jumbo Configuration212................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Jumbo Traffic On A Vlan214................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Jumbo Traffic-handling214................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting216................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Passthrough Mode217................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Mapping With And Without Qos Passthrough Mode218................................................................................................................................................................
How To Enable Or Disable Qos Passthrough Mode218................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port-based Priority For Incoming Packets220................................................................................................................................................................
The Role Of 802.1q Vlan Tagging220................................................................................................................................................................
Outbound Port Queues And Packet Priority Settings221................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Port-based Priority222................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Viewing Port-based Priority223................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To Prioritization224................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Prioritization224................................................................................................................................................................
Using Friendly (optional) Port Names225................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Operating Rules For Friendly Port Names225................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Friendly Port Names226................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Friendly Port Names With Other Port Data227................................................................................................................................................................
Uni-directional Link Detection (udld)231................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Udld232................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Udld233................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Keepalive Interval234................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Keepalive Retries234................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Udld For Tagged Ports234................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Udld Information235................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Warnings And Event Log Messages238................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Options240................................................................................................................................................................
Related Publications241................................................................................................................................................................
Power Availability And Provisioning242................................................................................................................................................................
Powered Device (pd) Support242................................................................................................................................................................
Power Priority243................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Poe Operation245................................................................................................................................................................
Cycling Power On A Port246................................................................................................................................................................
Poe For Pre-802.3af-standard Pds247................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Poe Configuration And Status248................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Switch's Global Poe Power Status249................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying An Overview Of Poe Status On All Ports250................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Poe Status On Specific Ports251................................................................................................................................................................
Planning And Implementing A Poe Configuration252................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Poe Ports To Vlans252................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Security Features To Poe Configurations252................................................................................................................................................................
Poe Event Log Messages253................................................................................................................................................................
Port Status And Configuration258................................................................................................................................................................
Port Connections And Configuration259................................................................................................................................................................
Link Connections259................................................................................................................................................................
Port Trunk Options And Operation259................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Configuration Methods260................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring A Static Trunk Group264................................................................................................................................................................
Port Trunk Group266................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To View Port Trunks266................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Configure A Static Or Dynamic Trunk Group268................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing Existing Port Trunk Groups271................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Operation Using Lacp271................................................................................................................................................................
Default Port Operation274................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Notes And Restrictions275................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Operation Using The "trunk" Option277................................................................................................................................................................
How The Switch Lists Trunk Data277................................................................................................................................................................
Outbound Traffic Distribution Across Trunked Links278................................................................................................................................................................
Using Snmp Tools To Manage The Switch283................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Management Features284................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring For Snmp Access To The Switch284................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring For Snmp Version 3 Access To The Switch285................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Version 3 Commands286................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Enable287................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Version 3 Users288................................................................................................................................................................
Group Access Levels291................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Communities292................................................................................................................................................................
Version 3 Communities294................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Snmp Community Names296................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Notification And Traps298................................................................................................................................................................
Trap Features300................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Trap Receivers301................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Configuring Snmp Inform302................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Event Log Messages As Traps304................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Enable Authentication Traps304................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Management: Rmon305................................................................................................................................................................
Cli-configured Sflow With Multiple Instances305................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Sflow306................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Sflow Configuration And Status307................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp (link-layer Discovery Protocol)309................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Terminology310................................................................................................................................................................
General Lldp Operation311................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Boundaries In A Network Topology311................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Configuration Options311................................................................................................................................................................
Options For Reading Lldp Information Collected By The Switch314................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Standards Compatibility314................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Operating Rules315................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Operation And Commands316................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Lldp Configuration316................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Global Lldp Packet Controls318................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp Notification Support321................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Per-port Lldp Transmit And Receive Modes323................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Lldp Per-port Advertisement Content323................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Advertisement Data325................................................................................................................................................................
Advertisements326................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Lldp Statistics330................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Operating Notes333................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp And Cdp Data Management334................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp And Cdp Neighbor Data334................................................................................................................................................................
Cdp Operation And Commands336................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading Switch Software340................................................................................................................................................................
General Switch Software Download Rules341................................................................................................................................................................
Using Tftp To Download Switch Software From A Server341................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Tftp Download From A Server To Primary Flash342................................................................................................................................................................
Or Secondary Flash344................................................................................................................................................................
Using Secure Copy And Sftp345................................................................................................................................................................
How It Works346................................................................................................................................................................
The Scp/sftp Process347................................................................................................................................................................
Command Options347................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication348................................................................................................................................................................
Scp/sftp Operating Notes348................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation349................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Xmodem Download To Primary Flash349................................................................................................................................................................
To Primary Or Secondary Flash350................................................................................................................................................................
Switch-to-switch Download352................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Switch-to-switch Download To Primary Flash352................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Switch-to-switch Downloads353................................................................................................................................................................
Using Procurve Manager Plus To Update Switch Software354................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Tftp Downloads355................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Switch Configurations356................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Diagnostic Data To A Remote Host, Pc, Or Unix Workstation359................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Command Output To A Destination Device359................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Event Log Output To A Destination Device360................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Crash Data Content To A Destination Device360................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Crash Log Data Content To A Destination Device361................................................................................................................................................................
Status And Counters Data366................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access To Status And Counters367................................................................................................................................................................
General System Information368................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access368................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Access368................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Management Address Information369................................................................................................................................................................
Module Information370................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Displaying Port Status370................................................................................................................................................................
Web Access371................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Port And Trunk Group Statistics And Flow Control Status372................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access To Port And Trunk Statistics373................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Access To Port And Trunk Group Statistics374................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Access To View Port And Trunk Group Statistics374................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Switch's Mac Address Tables374................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access To The Mac Address Views And Searches375................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Access For Mac Address Views And Searches377................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Protocol (stp) Information379................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access To Stp Data379................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Access To Stp Data380................................................................................................................................................................
Internet Group Management Protocol (igmp) Status381................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Information382................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Interface Status Information384................................................................................................................................................................
Port And Static Trunk Monitoring Features385................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring Port And Static Trunk Monitoring386................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Port And Static Trunk Monitoring388................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Port Monitoring390................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Approaches393................................................................................................................................................................
Browser Or Telnet Access Problems395................................................................................................................................................................
Unusual Network Activity397................................................................................................................................................................
General Problems397................................................................................................................................................................
Prioritization Problems398................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp-related Problems398................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp-related Problems399................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Access Control (802.1x)-related Problems399................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-related Problems403................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning-tree Protocol (stp) And Fast-uplink Problems404................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh-related Problems405................................................................................................................................................................
Stacking-related Problems406................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs-related Problems406................................................................................................................................................................
Timep, Sntp, Or Gateway Problems408................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan-related Problems408................................................................................................................................................................
Using Logging To Identify Problem Sources411................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log Operation411................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Entering And Navigating In The Event Log413................................................................................................................................................................
Cli:414................................................................................................................................................................
Debug And Syslog Operation415................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Types416................................................................................................................................................................
Or More Syslogd Servers417................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools422................................................................................................................................................................
Port Auto-negotiation422................................................................................................................................................................
Ping And Link Tests423................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Executing Ping Or Link Tests424................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Ping Or Link Tests425................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Configuration File427................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing The Configuration File427................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing The Configuration File427................................................................................................................................................................
For Help In Troubleshooting428................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Administrative And Troubleshooting Commands430................................................................................................................................................................
Traceroute Command430................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Factory-default Configuration434................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Clear/reset Buttons434................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring A Flash Image435................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Mac Addresses In The Switch440................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing The Switch's Mac Addresses441................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing The Port And Vlan Mac Addresses442................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Mac Addresses Of Connected Devices444................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Daylight Savings Time447................................................................................................................................................................

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HP ProCurve 2610-24/12-PWR Advanced Traffic Management Manual

HP ProCurve 2610-24/12-PWR Advanced Traffic Management Manual (364 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 3.37 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started5................................................................................................................................................................
Static Virtual Lans (vlans)5................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Features11................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve Stack Management12................................................................................................................................................................
Product Documentation15................................................................................................................................................................
Contents21................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction22................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions22................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Descriptions By Model22................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax Statements22................................................................................................................................................................
Command Prompts23................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Simulations23................................................................................................................................................................
Port Identity Examples24................................................................................................................................................................
Sources For More Information24................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start?25................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing25................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start25................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up And Install The Switch In Your Network26................................................................................................................................................................
Overview29................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Virtual Lans (static Vlans)30................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Using Vlans33................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Support And The Default Vlan33................................................................................................................................................................
The Primary Vlan33................................................................................................................................................................
Per-port Static Vlan Configuration Options35................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Using Vlans36................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Operating Notes36................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Vlan Considerations36................................................................................................................................................................
Single-forwarding Database Operation38................................................................................................................................................................
To Correct It38................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of An Unsupported Configuration And How To Correct It38................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple-forwarding Database Operation40................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring Vlan Parameters41................................................................................................................................................................
To Change Vlan Support Settings41................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Or Editing Vlan Names43................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Or Changing A Vlan Port Assignment45................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Vlan Parameters47................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Switch's Vlan Configuration48................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Configuration For A Particular Vlan49................................................................................................................................................................
Showing Port Details For Vlans50................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Number Of Vlans Allowed On The Switch52................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Primary Vlan52................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New Static Vlan Changing The Vlan Context Level52................................................................................................................................................................
Converting A Dynamic Vlan To A Static Vlan53................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Static Vlan Name And Per-port Settings54................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing And Configuring Vlan Parameters55................................................................................................................................................................
Q Vlan Tagging56................................................................................................................................................................
The Secure Management Vlan60................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation62................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration63................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Management Vlans63................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Of Vlans On Other Switch Features64................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Operation With Vlans64................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Interfaces65................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Mac Addresses65................................................................................................................................................................
Port Trunks66................................................................................................................................................................
Port Monitoring66................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Restrictions66................................................................................................................................................................
Jumbo Packet Support66................................................................................................................................................................
General Operation70................................................................................................................................................................
Per-port Options For Handling Gvrp "unknown Vlans"72................................................................................................................................................................
Per-port Options For Handling Gvrp "unknown Vlans72................................................................................................................................................................
Per-port Options For Dynamic Vlan Advertising And Joining74................................................................................................................................................................
Gvrp And Vlan Access Control76................................................................................................................................................................
Port-leave From A Dynamic Vlan76................................................................................................................................................................
Planning For Gvrp Operation77................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Gvrp On A Switch77................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Gvrp78................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Gvrp79................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing And Configuring Gvrp82................................................................................................................................................................
Gvrp Operating Notes83................................................................................................................................................................
General Operation And Features87................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Features87................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Terms88................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Operating Features89................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation89................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancements89................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring And Displaying Igmp90................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Enabling Or Disabling Igmp95................................................................................................................................................................
How Igmp Operates95................................................................................................................................................................
Message Types95................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Operating Notes96................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Igmp Data96................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Standards And Rfcs97................................................................................................................................................................
Operation With Or Without Ip Addressing97................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Fast-leave Igmp98................................................................................................................................................................
Using Delayed Group Flush101................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Fast-leave Igmp101................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Fast-leave And Forced Fast-leave From The Cli102................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Forced Fast-leave Using The Mib102................................................................................................................................................................
Listing The Mib-enabled Forced Fast-leave Configuration103................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Per-port Forced Fast-leave Igmp104................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Switch As Querier106................................................................................................................................................................
Querier Operation106................................................................................................................................................................
Excluding Multicast Addresses From Ip Multicast Filtering107................................................................................................................................................................
The Rstp (802.1w) And Stp (802.1d) Spanning Tree Options115................................................................................................................................................................
Rstp (802.1w)116................................................................................................................................................................
Stp (802.1d)116................................................................................................................................................................
How Stp And Rstp Operate117................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rapid Reconfiguration Spanning Tree (rstp)119................................................................................................................................................................
Transitioning From Stp To Rstp120................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rstp121................................................................................................................................................................
Optimizing The Rstp Configuration121................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Rstp122................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring Rstp128................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Enabling Or Disabling Rstp130................................................................................................................................................................
D Spanning-tree Protocol (stp)131................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring 802.1d Stp131................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring 802.1d Stp134................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Fast Mode138................................................................................................................................................................
Fast-uplink Spanning Tree Protocol (stp)139................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology141................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Fast Uplink142................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Fast-uplink Stp143................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Fast-uplink Stp149................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes152................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Enabling Or Disabling Stp153................................................................................................................................................................
S Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (mstp)154................................................................................................................................................................
Mstp Structure155................................................................................................................................................................
How Mstp Operates157................................................................................................................................................................
Mst Regions157................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree (cst)159................................................................................................................................................................
Mstp Operation With 802.1q Vlans159................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules162................................................................................................................................................................
Transitioning From Stp Or Rstp To Mstp163................................................................................................................................................................
Tips For Planning An Mstp Application164................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Configuring Mstp165................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mstp Operation Mode And Global Parameters167................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Basic Port Connectivity Parameters171................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mst Instance Parameters174................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mst Instance Per-port Parameters177................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Spanning Tree Operation180................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration For Another180................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Mstp Statistics And Configuration182................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Mstp Statistics182................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning-tree Operation183................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Mstp Configuration185................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting189................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Of Service (qos): Managing Bandwidth More Effectively191................................................................................................................................................................
Classifiers For Prioritizing Outbound Packets199................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Classifiers And Evaluation Order199................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Configuring Qos On The Switch203................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation For Configuring Qos203................................................................................................................................................................
Planning A Qos Configuration205................................................................................................................................................................
Prioritizing And Monitoring Qos Configuration Options205................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Enforcement Engine205................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Resource Usage And Monitoring205................................................................................................................................................................
Planning And Monitoring Rule Usage206................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Qos Resource Consumption206................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting A Shortage Of Rule Resources207................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Qos Resource Usage208................................................................................................................................................................
Using Qos Classifiers To Configure Qos For Outbound Traffic210................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Qos Configuration210................................................................................................................................................................
No Override211................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Udp/tcp Priority211................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning 802.1p Priority Based On Tcp Or Udp Port Number212................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Dscp Policy Based On Tcp Or Udp Port Number214................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Ip-device Priority218................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Priority Based On Ip Address219................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Dscp Policy Based On Ip Address220................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Ip Type-of-service (tos) Policy And Priority224................................................................................................................................................................
Of The Tos Precedence Bits225................................................................................................................................................................
Of Incoming Dscp226................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Dscp Policy On The Basis Of The Dscp In Ipv4 Packets Received From Upstream Devices230................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Qos Ip Type-of-service233................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Vlan-id (vid) Priority236................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Priority Based On Vlan-id236................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Dscp Policy Based On Vlan-id (vid)238................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Source-port Priority242................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Priority Based On Source-port242................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Dscp Policy Based On The Source-port244................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Creating A Policy Based On Source-port Classifiers244................................................................................................................................................................
Differentiated Services Codepoint (dscp) Mapping248................................................................................................................................................................
Default Priority Settings For Selected Codepoints249................................................................................................................................................................
Quickly Listing Non-default Codepoint Settings250................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Of "no-override"251................................................................................................................................................................
Note On Changing A Priority Setting251................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Of "no-override251................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Changing The Priority Setting On A Policy When One Or More Classifiers Are Currently Using The Policy252................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Multicast (igmp) Interaction With Qos255................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Messages In The Cli255................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Operating Notes And Restrictions256................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Ip Routing261................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Tables And Caches262................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Cache Table262................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Route Table263................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Forwarding Cache263................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Global Parameters For Routing Switches264................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Interface Parameters For Routing Switches265................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Parameters For Routing Switches266................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Addresses266................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Arp Parameters266................................................................................................................................................................
How Arp Works266................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Arp Aging Period268................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Proxy Arp270................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Forwarding Parameters271................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Forwarding Of Directed Broadcasts271................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Icmp272................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Icmp Messages272................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Replies To Broadcast Ping Requests273................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Icmp Destination Unreachable Messages273................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Icmp Redirects274................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Static Ip Routes274................................................................................................................................................................
Static Route Types275................................................................................................................................................................
Static Ip Route Parameters275................................................................................................................................................................
Static Route States Follow Vlan (interface) States275................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Static Ip Route276................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Default Route276................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A "null" Route277................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Static Route Information277................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Irdp280................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Irdp Globally281................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Irdp On An Individual Vlan Interface281................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Irdp Information283................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Packet Forwarding284................................................................................................................................................................
Unicast Forwarding284................................................................................................................................................................
Broadcast Forwarding284................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dhcp Relay284................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Requirements For Dhcp Relay Operation285................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dhcp Relay285................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Helper Address285................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Option 82286................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Option286................................................................................................................................................................
Option 82 Server Support287................................................................................................................................................................
General Dhcp Option 82 Requirements And Operation288................................................................................................................................................................
Option 82 Field Content290................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Policies292................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Option 82 Relay Agents In A Client Request Path293................................................................................................................................................................
Validation Of Server Response Packets294................................................................................................................................................................
Multinetted Vlans296................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Option 82 Operation On The Routing Switch296................................................................................................................................................................
Udp Broadcast Forwarding300................................................................................................................................................................
Subnet Masking For Udp Forwarding Addresses301................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Enabling Udp Broadcast Forwarding302................................................................................................................................................................
Globally Enabling Udp Broadcast Forwarding302................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Udp Broadcast Forwarding On Individual Vlans302................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Ip Forward-protocol Configuration304................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Udp Broadcast Forwarding305................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To Udp Broadcast Forwarding305................................................................................................................................................................
Which Devices Support Stacking?311................................................................................................................................................................
Which Devices Support Stacking311................................................................................................................................................................
Components Of Procurve Stack Management312................................................................................................................................................................
General Stacking Operation312................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Stacking313................................................................................................................................................................
General Rules313................................................................................................................................................................
Specific Rules314................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Stack Management316................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Configuring And Bringing Up A Stack316................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Creating A Stack318................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Stacking319................................................................................................................................................................
Commander Switch319................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu Interface To View Stack Status And Configure Stacking319................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu To Manage A Candidate Switch321................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Commander To Manage The Stack324................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Commander To Access Member Switches For Configuration Changes And Monitoring Traffic330................................................................................................................................................................
Another Stack331................................................................................................................................................................
Converting A Commander Or Member To A Member Of Another Stack331................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Stack Status332................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To View Stack Status And Configure Stacking336................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To View Stack Status338................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Configure A Commander Switch340................................................................................................................................................................
Adding To A Stack Or Moving Switches Between Stacks342................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Remove A Member From A Stack347................................................................................................................................................................
Changes And Traffic Monitoring349................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Community Operation In A Stack350................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Disable Or Re-enable Stacking351................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission Interval351................................................................................................................................................................
Stacking Operation With Multiple Vlans Configured351................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing And Configuring Stacking352................................................................................................................................................................
Status Messages353................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProCurve 2610-24/12-PWR Planning And  Implementation Manual

HP ProCurve 2610-24/12-PWR Planning And Implementation Manual (168 pages)

ProCurve Power over Ethernet (PoE/PoE+)  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 5.27 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Planning And Implementation For The7................................................................................................................................................................
Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Power Through The Cable14................................................................................................................................................................
Poe Capabilities Of The Products15................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2520 Switches16................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2520g Switches17................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2600 Switches18................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2610 Switches19................................................................................................................................................................
Power Redundancy For The 2600 And 2610 Switches20................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2910al Switches21................................................................................................................................................................
Power Redundancy For The 2910al Switches22................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 3500-poe Switches23................................................................................................................................................................
Power Redundancy For The 3500 Switches24................................................................................................................................................................
Power Redundancy For The 3500yl Pwr Switches25................................................................................................................................................................
Power Redundancy For The 3500yl Poe+ Switches26................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 5400zl/8200zl Switches27................................................................................................................................................................
Power Redundancy For The5400zl/8200zl Switches29................................................................................................................................................................
Poe/poe+ Power Supplies30................................................................................................................................................................
Poe Power Supplies31................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Poe Redundancy32................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve Poe And Poe+ Modules33................................................................................................................................................................
Module (j8705a)34................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 24-port 10/100 Poe+ Zl Module (j9478a)35................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Reference Table36................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules43................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Switch Poe Operation44................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Port Priority46................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Priority Class47................................................................................................................................................................
Poe Power Characteristics49................................................................................................................................................................
Line Loss49................................................................................................................................................................
Pd Power Classification49................................................................................................................................................................
Pd Power Requirements50................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Power For Poe51................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2520-poe Switches52................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2600-pwr Switches53................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2610-pwr Switches55................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2910al Poe+ Switches57................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 3500yl Poe+ Switches60................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve Switch Xl Poe Module For The 5300xl Switch65................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2520-8-poe And 2520g-8-poe Configurations68................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 2520-24-poe And 2520g-24-poe Configurations69................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve 2600-8-pwr Configurations72................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve 2626-pwr Configurations73................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve 2650-pwr Configurations76................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve 2610-24/12pwr Configurations82................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve 2610-24-pwr Configurations84................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve 2610-48-pwr Configurations86................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve 2910al-24g-poe+ Configuration98................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve 2910al-48g-poe+ Configuration100................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 3500-24-poe Switch Configuration104................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 3500-48-poe Switch Configuration106................................................................................................................................................................
Planning Your Poe Or Poe+ Configuration109................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 3500yl-24g-pwr Configuration110................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 3500yl-48g-pwr Configuration112................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 3500yl-24g-poe+ Configuration115................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 3500yl-48g-poe+ Configuration117................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Examples129................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 5406zl Configurations129................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 5412zl/8212zl Configurations138................................................................................................................................................................
Standard J8712a Configurations138................................................................................................................................................................
Standard J8713a Configurations142................................................................................................................................................................
Mixed J8712a And J8713a Configurations145................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements153................................................................................................................................................................
Air Conditioning153................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Space154................................................................................................................................................................
Planning Considerations157................................................................................................................................................................
General Considerations157................................................................................................................................................................

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HP ProCurve 2610-24/12-PWR Installation And Getting Started Manual

HP ProCurve 2610-24/12-PWR Installation And Getting Started Manual (112 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 2.4 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Introducing The Switch11................................................................................................................................................................
Front Of The Switch14................................................................................................................................................................
Network Ports15................................................................................................................................................................
Leds15................................................................................................................................................................
Port Leds18................................................................................................................................................................
Led Mode Select Button And Indicator Leds19................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Button20................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Button20................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port21................................................................................................................................................................
Back Of The Switch21................................................................................................................................................................
Rps And Eps Input Port22................................................................................................................................................................
Power Connector22................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Features22................................................................................................................................................................
Included Parts25................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Precautions27................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedures28................................................................................................................................................................
Prepare The Installation Site30................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Switch Passes Self Test30................................................................................................................................................................
Led Behavior32................................................................................................................................................................
Mount The Switch33................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Or Cabinet Mounting33................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mounting The 2610-pwr Switches34................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mounting The Non-pwr Switches36................................................................................................................................................................
Flat Wall Mounting38................................................................................................................................................................
Wall Mounting Horizontal38................................................................................................................................................................
Horizontal Surface Mounting39................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Switch To A Power Source40................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Network Cables40................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Rj-45 Connectors40................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Or Removing Mini-gbics41................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Mini-gbics:41................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Mini-gbics42................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Cables To Mini-gbics42................................................................................................................................................................
To A Switch 2610-pwr Series42................................................................................................................................................................
The Switches:43................................................................................................................................................................
The 610 Eps Only Provides External Poe Power:43................................................................................................................................................................
Rps/eps Operation43................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Characteristics Of The 600 Rps/eps (j8168a)44................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Characteristics Of The 610 Eps (j8169a)44................................................................................................................................................................
Rps/eps Leds45................................................................................................................................................................
Eps Leds48................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Connect A Console To The Switch50................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Configuration50................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Console Access51................................................................................................................................................................
Non-pwr Switches52................................................................................................................................................................
As A Desktop Switch52................................................................................................................................................................
As A Segment Switch53................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To A Backbone Switch54................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Network Topologies For Pwr Switches56................................................................................................................................................................
As A Desktop Switch Implementing Poe56................................................................................................................................................................
As A Segment Switch Implementing Poe57................................................................................................................................................................
Stacking The Switch59................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Minimal Configuration61................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Console Setup Screen62................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go From Here63................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ip Address For Remote Switch Management65................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Telnet Session65................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Web Browser Session65................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Troubleshooting Tips67................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnosing With The Leds70................................................................................................................................................................
Led Patterns For General Switch Troubleshooting70................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tips71................................................................................................................................................................
Led Patterns For Poe Troubleshooting74................................................................................................................................................................
Proactive Networking75................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Diagnostic Tests76................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Switch By Resetting It76................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Switch Leds76................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Console Messages76................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Twisted-pair Cabling77................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Switch-to-device Network Communications77................................................................................................................................................................
Testing End-to-end Network Communications77................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Factory Default Configuration78................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading New Switch Software79................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Customer Support Services79................................................................................................................................................................
Before Calling Support79................................................................................................................................................................
Physical81................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical81................................................................................................................................................................
Rps/eps Electrical Input82................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental82................................................................................................................................................................
Btu Ratings82................................................................................................................................................................
Acoustics83................................................................................................................................................................
Rps/eps Connectors83................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Length83................................................................................................................................................................
Safety84................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Specifications85................................................................................................................................................................
Technology Distance Specifications86................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Conditioning Patch Cord87................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Patch Cord87................................................................................................................................................................
Twisted-pair Cable/connector Pin-outs88................................................................................................................................................................
Straight-through Twisted-pair Cable For 10 Mbps Or 100 Mbps Network Connections90................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Diagram90................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Assignments90................................................................................................................................................................
Crossover Twisted-pair Cable For 10 Mbps Or 100 Mbps Network Connection91................................................................................................................................................................
Mbps Network Connections92................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information93................................................................................................................................................................
Informations Concernant La Sécurité94................................................................................................................................................................
Hinweise Zur Sicherheit95................................................................................................................................................................
Considerazioni Sulla Sicurezza96................................................................................................................................................................
Consideraciones Sobre Seguridad97................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information (japan)98................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information (china)99................................................................................................................................................................
Emc Regulatory Statements100................................................................................................................................................................
U.s.a100................................................................................................................................................................
Canada100................................................................................................................................................................
Australia/new Zealand100................................................................................................................................................................
Japan100................................................................................................................................................................
Korea101................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan101................................................................................................................................................................
European Community102................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProCurve 2610-24/12-PWR User Manual

HP ProCurve 2610-24/12-PWR User Manual (68 pages)

Version R.11.25 Software ProCurve 2610 Series  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.34 MB
Table of contents
Release Notes1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Software Updates6................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading Switch Documentation And Software From The Web6................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading Software To The Switch7................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp Download From A Server8................................................................................................................................................................
Xmodem Download From A Pc Or Unix Workstation9................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Configurations While Using The Cli10................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve Switch, Routing Switch, And Router Software Keys11................................................................................................................................................................
Os/web/java Compatibility Table12................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Software Versions12................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Management Access Security13................................................................................................................................................................
Default Settings Affecting Security13................................................................................................................................................................
Local Manager Password14................................................................................................................................................................
Inbound Telnet Access And Web Browser Access14................................................................................................................................................................
Secure File Transfers14................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Access (simple Network Management Protocol)15................................................................................................................................................................
Front-panel Access And Physical Security16................................................................................................................................................................
Other Provisions For Management Access Security17................................................................................................................................................................
Network Security Features17................................................................................................................................................................
Web And Mac Authentication17................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Shell (ssh)17................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Socket Layer (sslv3/tlsv1)18................................................................................................................................................................
General Switch Traffic Security Guideline19................................................................................................................................................................
The Management Vlan Ip Address19................................................................................................................................................................
Management And Configuration Guide19................................................................................................................................................................
Access Security Guide20................................................................................................................................................................
Installation And Getting Started Guide20................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.1221................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.2221................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.04 Enhancements22................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.07 Enhancements22................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.08 Through R.11.11 Enhancements22................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.12 Enhancements22................................................................................................................................................................
Banner Page Size Increase22................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Snooping23................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Arp Protection33................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.13 Enhancements39................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.14 Enhancements39................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Option 66 Automatic Configuration Update40................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh Enhancements42................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Ssh Information45................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Messages45................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.15 Enhancements46................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.16 Enhancements46................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.17 Enhancements46................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Udp/tcp Priority46................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.18 Enhancements55................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.19 Through R.11.21 Enhancements55................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.22 Enhancements55................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.23 Enhancements55................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Option 1255................................................................................................................................................................
Hitless Mac Authentication Reauth57................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.24 Through R.11.25 Enhancements57................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.0458................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.0758................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.0859................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.0959................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.1060................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.1160................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.1360................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.1461................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.1561................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.1662................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.1762................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.1862................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.1963................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.2063................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.2164................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.2365................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.2466................................................................................................................................................................
Release R.11.2566................................................................................................................................................................

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