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HP PROCURVE 2910AL Access Security Manual

HP PROCURVE 2910AL Access Security Manual (594 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 8.32 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Product Documentation21................................................................................................................................................................
Contents27................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction28................................................................................................................................................................
Access Security Features29................................................................................................................................................................
Network Security Features33................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started With Access Security36................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Start: Using The Management Interface Wizard37................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Management Interface Wizard38................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Management Interface Wizard39................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Security Guidelines42................................................................................................................................................................
Precedence Of Security Options44................................................................................................................................................................
Network Immunity Manager45................................................................................................................................................................
Arbitrating Client-specific Attributes46................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve Identity-driven Manager (idm)48................................................................................................................................................................
Overview51................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Local Password Security54................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting Passwords And Usernames56................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting Passwords And Usernames57................................................................................................................................................................
Config File58................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Storage And Display Of Security Credentials59................................................................................................................................................................
Local Manager And Operator Passwords60................................................................................................................................................................
Password Command Options61................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Security Credentials62................................................................................................................................................................
X Port-access Credentials63................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Shared-secret Key Authentication64................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes67................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions69................................................................................................................................................................
Front-panel Security71................................................................................................................................................................
Front-panel Button Functions72................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Button73................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Front-panel Security74................................................................................................................................................................
On The Switch's Front Panel77................................................................................................................................................................
Re-enabling The Clear Button On The Switch's Front Panel And Setting Or Changing The "reset-on-clear" Operation78................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Operation Of The Reset+clear Combination79................................................................................................................................................................
Password Recovery80................................................................................................................................................................
Password Recovery Process82................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Authentication87................................................................................................................................................................
Authorized And Unauthorized Client Vlans88................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-based Authentication89................................................................................................................................................................
Web-based Authentication90................................................................................................................................................................
Mac-based Authentication92................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology94................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules And Notes95................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Procedure For Web/mac Authentication97................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Radius Server To Support Mac Authentication99................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch To Access A Radius Server100................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Web Authentication102................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Commands For Web Authentication103................................................................................................................................................................
Show Commands For Web Authentication110................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mac Authentication On The Switch116................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Commands For Mac Authentication117................................................................................................................................................................
Show Commands For Mac-based Authentication120................................................................................................................................................................
Client Status126................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology Used In Tacacs Applications:129................................................................................................................................................................
General System Requirements131................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ On The Switch134................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Commands Described In This Section135................................................................................................................................................................
Server Contact Configuration136................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch's Authentication Methods137................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication Parameters139................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch's Tacacs+ Server Access144................................................................................................................................................................
How Authentication Operates150................................................................................................................................................................
Local Authentication Process151................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Encryption Key152................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Web Browser Interface Access When Using Tacacs+ Authentication153................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To Tacacs+ Operation154................................................................................................................................................................
Accounting Services160................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Operating Rules For Radius162................................................................................................................................................................
General Radius Setup Procedure163................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch For Radius Authentication164................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of The Steps For Configuring Radius Authentication165................................................................................................................................................................
You Want Radius To Protect166................................................................................................................................................................
Enable The (optional) Access Privilege Option169................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Switch To Access A Radius Server171................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Switch's Global Radius Parameters173................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Authentication Features177................................................................................................................................................................
Changing And Viewing The Snmp Access Configuration178................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Web Browser Interface Access181................................................................................................................................................................
Commands Authorization182................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Authorization183................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Authorization Information184................................................................................................................................................................
Example Configuration On Cisco Secure Acs For Ms Windows186................................................................................................................................................................
Example Configuration Using Freeradius188................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Radius Attributes190................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Accounting191................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Radius Accounting193................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Reports To The Radius Server196................................................................................................................................................................
Interim Updating Options198................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Radius Statistics199................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Authentication Statistics201................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Accounting Statistics202................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Radius-server Access Order203................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To Radius Operation206................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Server Configuration For Per-port Cos (802.1p Priority) And Rate-limiting210................................................................................................................................................................
Applied Rates For Radius-assigned Rate Limits211................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Currently Active Per-port Cos And Rate-limiting Configuration Specified By A Radius Server212................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Using Radius-assigned Access Control Lists215................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Radius-assigned, Dynamic Acls218................................................................................................................................................................
Static Acls219................................................................................................................................................................
Acl To A Switch Port220................................................................................................................................................................
General Acl Features, Planning, And Configuration221................................................................................................................................................................
The Packet-filtering Process222................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Radius-assigned Acls223................................................................................................................................................................
Nas-filter-rule-options224................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ace Syntax In Radius Servers225................................................................................................................................................................
Example Using The Standard Attribute (92) In An Ipv4 Acl226................................................................................................................................................................
Freeradius Application227................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-assigned Acl229................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Notes230................................................................................................................................................................
On The Switch232................................................................................................................................................................
Icmp Type Numbers And Keywords234................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log Messages235................................................................................................................................................................
After Authenticating236................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisite For Using Ssh240................................................................................................................................................................
For Switch And Client Authentication241................................................................................................................................................................
General Operating Rules And Notes243................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch For Ssh Operation244................................................................................................................................................................
Generating The Switch's Public And Private Key Pair245................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Key Lengths248................................................................................................................................................................
Client Contact Behavior251................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch For Ssh Authentication255................................................................................................................................................................
Use An Ssh Client To Access The Switch259................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To Ssh Operation265................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Messages266................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisite For Using Ssl271................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch For Ssl Operation273................................................................................................................................................................
Generating The Switch's Server Host Certificate274................................................................................................................................................................
With The Cli275................................................................................................................................................................
Comments On Certificate Fields276................................................................................................................................................................
Browser Interface278................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Interface281................................................................................................................................................................
Browser Contact Behavior283................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli Interface To Enable Ssl285................................................................................................................................................................
Common Errors In Ssl Setup287................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Options For Applying Ipv4 Acls On The Switch294................................................................................................................................................................
Static Port Acl And Dynamic Port Acl Applications303................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Acls On An Interface304................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Planning And Configuring Acls306................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv4 Static Acl Operation308................................................................................................................................................................
Planning An Acl Application312................................................................................................................................................................
Security313................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Planning The Structure Of A Static Acl314................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv4 Acl Configuration And Operating Rules315................................................................................................................................................................
How An Ace Uses A Mask To Screen Packets For Matches316................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control Entry (ace)317................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Assigning An Ipv4 Acl322................................................................................................................................................................
Options For Permit/deny Policies323................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Acl Structure324................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Acl Configuration Structure325................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Configuration Factors327................................................................................................................................................................
Allowing For The Implied Deny Function329................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Create An Acl330................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cidr Notation To Enter The Ipv4 Acl Mask331................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Standard Acls332................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Named, Standard Acls334................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Numbered, Standard Acls337................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Extended Acls341................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Named, Extended Acls343................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Numbered, Extended Acls353................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Or Removing An Acl Assignment On An Interface361................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Acl362................................................................................................................................................................
Editing An Existing Acl363................................................................................................................................................................
Sequence Numbering In Acls364................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting An Ace In An Existing Acl365................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting An Ace From An Existing Acl367................................................................................................................................................................
Resequencing The Aces In An Acl368................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching A Remark To An Ace369................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Remarks372................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Acl Configuration Data373................................................................................................................................................................
Display An Acl Summary374................................................................................................................................................................
Display The Content Of All Acls On The Switch375................................................................................................................................................................
Display Static Port Acl Assignments376................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Content Of A Specific Acl377................................................................................................................................................................
Display All Acls And Their Assignments In The Routing Switch Startup-config File And Running-config File379................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Static Acl Performance380................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Or Editing Acls Offline382................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Acl "deny" Logging384................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Logging Operation385................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Acl Logging On The Switch386................................................................................................................................................................
General Acl Operating Notes387................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Snooping391................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dhcp Snooping392................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dhcp Snooping On Vlans394................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dhcp Snooping Trusted Ports395................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authorized Server Addresses396................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Remote-id From A Mac To An Ip Address398................................................................................................................................................................
The Dhcp Binding Database399................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Notes400................................................................................................................................................................
Log Messages401................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Arp Protection403................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dynamic Arp Protection405................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Ip-to-mac Binding To The Dhcp Database407................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Additional Validation Checks On Arp Packets408................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Arp Packet Statistics409................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Dynamic Arp Protection410................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Instrumentation Monitor411................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Instrumentation Monitor413................................................................................................................................................................
Examples414................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Instrumentation Monitor Configuration415................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Limits419................................................................................................................................................................
Source-port Filters420................................................................................................................................................................
Example421................................................................................................................................................................
Named Source-port Filters422................................................................................................................................................................
Defining And Configuring Named Source-port Filters423................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Named Source-port Filter425................................................................................................................................................................
Static Multicast Filters431................................................................................................................................................................
Protocol Filters432................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Traffic/security Filters433................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Source-port Traffic Filter434................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Creating A Source-port Filter435................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Source-port Filter436................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Multicast Or Protocol Traffic Filter437................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Indexing438................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Traffic/security Filters439................................................................................................................................................................
User Authentication Methods444................................................................................................................................................................
X Port-based Access Control445................................................................................................................................................................
Alternative To Using A Radius Server446................................................................................................................................................................
General 802.1x Authenticator Operation449................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Membership Priority450................................................................................................................................................................
General Setup Procedure For 802.1x Access Control455................................................................................................................................................................
Overview: Configuring 802.1x Authentication On The Switch458................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Switch Ports As 802.1x Authenticators459................................................................................................................................................................
Enable 802.1x Authentication On Selected Ports460................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Authentication461................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Configuring User-based 802.1x Authentication462................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The 802.1x Authentication Method466................................................................................................................................................................
Enter The Radius Host Ip Address(es)467................................................................................................................................................................
Optional: Reset Authenticator Operation468................................................................................................................................................................
Wake-on-lan Traffic469................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Configuring 802.1x Controlled Directions470................................................................................................................................................................
X Open Vlan Mode471................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Membership Priorities472................................................................................................................................................................
Use Models For 802.1x Open Vlan Modes473................................................................................................................................................................
Unauthorized-client Vlans478................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up And Configuring 802.1x Open Vlan Mode482................................................................................................................................................................
X Open Vlan Operating Notes486................................................................................................................................................................
Option For Authenticator Ports: Configure Port-security To Allow Only 802.1x-authenticated Devices487................................................................................................................................................................
Port-security488................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Switch Ports To Operate As Supplicants For 802.1x Connections To Other Switches489................................................................................................................................................................
Supplicant Port Configuration491................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying 802.1x Configuration, Statistics, And Counters493................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing 802.1x Open Vlan Mode Status502................................................................................................................................................................
Show Commands For Port-access Supplicant506................................................................................................................................................................
How Radius/802.1x Authentication Affects Vlan Operation507................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Assignment On A Port508................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication Session510................................................................................................................................................................
In Authentication Sessions513................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To 802.1x Operation515................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security520................................................................................................................................................................
Eavesdrop Protection521................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Exclusion522................................................................................................................................................................
Planning Port Security523................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security Command Options And Operation524................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Security528................................................................................................................................................................
Retention Of Static Addresses533................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Lockdown538................................................................................................................................................................
Differences Between Mac Lockdown And Port Security540................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Lockdown Operating Notes541................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying Mac Lockdown542................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Lockout546................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security And Mac Lockout548................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Displaying And Configuring Port Security Features549................................................................................................................................................................
How The Intrusion Log Operates550................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The Intrusion Log Current By Resetting Alert Flags551................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting Alert Flags552................................................................................................................................................................
And Resetting Alert Flags553................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Event Log To Find Intrusion Alerts555................................................................................................................................................................
Alerts, And Resetting Alert Flags556................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Port Security557................................................................................................................................................................
Options561................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Ip Mask Operation562................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Ip Authorized Managers563................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Authorized Ip Managers564................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Ip Authorized Managers566................................................................................................................................................................
How To Eliminate The Web Proxy Server567................................................................................................................................................................
Building Ip Masks568................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Examples For Authorizing Multiple Stations570................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Key Chain Management575................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Time-independent Key To A Chain576................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Time-dependent Keys To A Chain577................................................................................................................................................................

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HP PROCURVE 2910AL Configuration Manual

HP PROCURVE 2910AL Configuration Manual (194 pages)

IPv6  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 1.43 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started5................................................................................................................................................................
Preferred And Valid Lifetimes Of Stateless Autoconfigured7................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Addressing Configuration8................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Management Security Features10................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Listener Discovery (mld) Snooping11................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Diagnostic And Troubleshooting11................................................................................................................................................................
Product Documentation13................................................................................................................................................................
Contents19................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction20................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions20................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration And Operation Examples20................................................................................................................................................................
Protocol Acronyms20................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax And Displayed Information20................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax Statements20................................................................................................................................................................
Command Prompts21................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Simulations21................................................................................................................................................................
Keys22................................................................................................................................................................
Sources For More Information22................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Documentation From The Web24................................................................................................................................................................
Online Help24................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Interface24................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Interface25................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Interface25................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start?26................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing26................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up And Install The Switch In Your Network26................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Installation26................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start26................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating To Ipv629................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating To Ipv29................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Propagation30................................................................................................................................................................
Dual-stack Operation30................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To Devices Supporting Ipv6 Over Ipv4 Tunneling31................................................................................................................................................................
Information Sources For Tunneling Ipv6 Over Ipv431................................................................................................................................................................
Information Sources For Tunneling Ipv6 Over Ipv31................................................................................................................................................................
Use Model32................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Ipv6 Capability32................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Ipv6 Operation In Release K.13.0132................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Ipv6 Operation In Release K32................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration And Management33................................................................................................................................................................
Management Features33................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Addressing33................................................................................................................................................................
Slaac (stateless Automatic Address Configuration)33................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcpv6 (stateful) Address Configuration34................................................................................................................................................................
Static Address Configuration34................................................................................................................................................................
Default Ipv6 Gateway34................................................................................................................................................................
Neighbor Discovery (nd) In Ipv635................................................................................................................................................................
Neighbor Discovery (nd) In Ipv35................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Management Features36................................................................................................................................................................
Tftpv6 Transfers36................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Time Configuration36................................................................................................................................................................
Telnet636................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Preserve37................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Listener Discovery (mld)37................................................................................................................................................................
Configurable Ipv6 Security37................................................................................................................................................................
Sshv2 On Ipv637................................................................................................................................................................
Sshv2 On Ipv37................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Authorized Managers38................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic And Troubleshooting39................................................................................................................................................................
Icmp Rate-limiting39................................................................................................................................................................
Ping639................................................................................................................................................................
Traceroute639................................................................................................................................................................
Domain Name System (dns) Resolution40................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Neighbor Discovery (nd) Controls40................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log40................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp41................................................................................................................................................................
Loopback Address41................................................................................................................................................................
Debug/syslog Enhancements41................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Scalability41................................................................................................................................................................
Path Mtu (pmtu) Discovery42................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Address Structure And Format45................................................................................................................................................................
Address Format45................................................................................................................................................................
Address Notation45................................................................................................................................................................
Network Prefix46................................................................................................................................................................
Interface (device) Identifier46................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Addressing Options47................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Address Sources47................................................................................................................................................................
General Ipv6 Address Types47................................................................................................................................................................
Stateless Address Autoconfiguration (slaac)49................................................................................................................................................................
Applications49................................................................................................................................................................
Addresses49................................................................................................................................................................
Stateful (dhcpv6) Address Configuration50................................................................................................................................................................
Address Types And Scope52................................................................................................................................................................
Address Types52................................................................................................................................................................
Address Scope53................................................................................................................................................................
Unicast Address Prefixes53................................................................................................................................................................
Link-local Unicast Address55................................................................................................................................................................
Autoconfiguring Link-local Unicast Addresses55................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Unique Identifier (eui)56................................................................................................................................................................
Statically Configuring Link-local Addresses57................................................................................................................................................................
Global Unicast Address58................................................................................................................................................................
Stateless Autoconfiguration Of A Global Unicast Address58................................................................................................................................................................
Static Configuration Of A Global Unicast Address59................................................................................................................................................................
Prefixes In Routable Ipv6 Addresses60................................................................................................................................................................
Unique Local Unicast Ipv6 Address61................................................................................................................................................................
Anycast Addresses62................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Application To Ipv6 Addressing63................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Multicast Operation In Ipv663................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Multicast Operation In Ipv63................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Multicast Address Format64................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast Group Identification64................................................................................................................................................................
Solicited-node Multicast Address Format65................................................................................................................................................................
The Unspecified Address67................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Address Deprecation67................................................................................................................................................................
Preferred And Valid Address Lifetimes67................................................................................................................................................................
General Configuration Steps72................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ipv6 Addressing73................................................................................................................................................................
Configured Link-local Address74................................................................................................................................................................
Router Identity On A Vlan75................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes76................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dhcpv677................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dhcpv77................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Static Ipv6 Address On A Vlan79................................................................................................................................................................
Statically Configuring A Link-local Unicast Address80................................................................................................................................................................
Statically Configuring A Global Unicast Address81................................................................................................................................................................
Statically Configuring An Anycast Address82................................................................................................................................................................
Configured Addresses84................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Ipv6 On Vlan84................................................................................................................................................................
Neighbor Discovery (nd)85................................................................................................................................................................
Duplicate Address Detection (dad)86................................................................................................................................................................
Dad Operation86................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dad87................................................................................................................................................................
View The Current Ipv6 Addressing Configuration89................................................................................................................................................................
Current Ipv6 Addressing Configuration89................................................................................................................................................................
Router Access And Default Router Selection95................................................................................................................................................................
Router Advertisements95................................................................................................................................................................
Router Solicitations95................................................................................................................................................................
Default Ipv6 Router96................................................................................................................................................................
Router Redirection96................................................................................................................................................................
View Ipv6 Gateway, Route, And Router Neighbors97................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Gateway And Ipv6 Route Information97................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Ipv6 Router Information98................................................................................................................................................................
Address Lifetimes100................................................................................................................................................................
Preferred Lifetime100................................................................................................................................................................
Valid Lifetime100................................................................................................................................................................
Sources Of Ipv6 Address Lifetimes100................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Clearing The Ipv6 Neighbors Cache104................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Neighbor Cache105................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing The Neighbor Cache107................................................................................................................................................................
Telnet6 Operation108................................................................................................................................................................
Outbound Telnet6 To Another Device108................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Telnet Activity On A Switch109................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Inbound Telnet6 Access110................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Inbound Telnet6 Configuration110................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp And Timep111................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring (enabling Or Disabling) The Sntp Mode111................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ipv6 Address For An Sntp Server112................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring (enabling Or Disabling) The Timep Mode114................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp File Transfers Over Ipv6117................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp File Transfers Over Ipv117................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Tftp For Ipv6118................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Tftp For Ipv118................................................................................................................................................................
Using Tftp To Copy Files Over Ipv6119................................................................................................................................................................
Using Tftp To Copy Files Over Ipv119................................................................................................................................................................
Using Auto-tftp For Ipv6121................................................................................................................................................................
Using Auto-tftp For Ipv121................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Management For Ipv6122................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Features Supported122................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Management For Ipv122................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Configuration Commands Supported123................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv1 And V2c123................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3123................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Preserve For Ipv6125................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Preserve For Ipv125................................................................................................................................................................
Ipv6 Management Security130................................................................................................................................................................
Authorized Ip Managers For Ipv6131................................................................................................................................................................
Usage Notes131................................................................................................................................................................
Authorized Ip Managers For Ipv131................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authorized Ip Managers For Switch Access133................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Mask To Configure Authorized Management Stations133................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Single Station Access133................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multiple Station Access134................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying An Authorized Ip Managers Configuration140................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Examples Of Authorized Ipv6 Managers Configuration141................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Shell For Ipv6143................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ssh For Ipv6143................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Shell For Ipv143................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ssh For Ipv143................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying An Ssh Configuration145................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Copy And Secure Ftp For Ipv6146................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Copy And Secure Ftp For Ipv146................................................................................................................................................................
Overview148................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Mld Snooping149................................................................................................................................................................
Mld Snooping149................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mld154................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Mld Snooping On A Vlan154................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Per-port Mld Traffic Filters155................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Querier156................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Fast Leave156................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Forced Fast Leave157................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Mld Status And Configuration158................................................................................................................................................................
Current Mld Status158................................................................................................................................................................
Current Mld Configuration161................................................................................................................................................................
Ports Currently Joined163................................................................................................................................................................
Statistics164................................................................................................................................................................
Counters166................................................................................................................................................................
Ping For Ipv6 (ping6)172................................................................................................................................................................
Ping For Ipv6 (ping)172................................................................................................................................................................
Traceroute For Ipv6174................................................................................................................................................................
Traceroute For Ipv174................................................................................................................................................................
Dns Resolver For Ipv6177................................................................................................................................................................
Dns Configuration177................................................................................................................................................................
Dns Resolver For Ipv177................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Configuration179................................................................................................................................................................
Debug/syslog For Ipv6180................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Debug And Event Log Messaging180................................................................................................................................................................
Debug/syslog For Ipv180................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Command181................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Debug Destinations182................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Command183................................................................................................................................................................
HP PROCURVE 2910AL Manual

HP PROCURVE 2910AL Manual (126 pages)

switches  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 1.14 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started5................................................................................................................................................................
Multimedia Traffic Control With Ip6................................................................................................................................................................
Multicast (igmp)6................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Routing Features6................................................................................................................................................................
Product Documentation11................................................................................................................................................................
Contents17................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction18................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration And Operation Examples18................................................................................................................................................................
Protocol Acronyms18................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax And Displayed Information18................................................................................................................................................................
Command Prompts19................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Simulations19................................................................................................................................................................
Keys20................................................................................................................................................................
Sources For More Information20................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Documentation From The Web22................................................................................................................................................................
Online Help22................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Interface22................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Interface23................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Interface23................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start?24................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start24................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing24................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up And Install The Switch In Your Network24................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Installation24................................................................................................................................................................
Overview26................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp General Operation And Features27................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Terms28................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Operating Features29................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation29................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Ip Multicast Addresses Allowed30................................................................................................................................................................
Number Of Multicast Filters Allowed30................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring And Displaying Igmp31................................................................................................................................................................
How Igmp Operates36................................................................................................................................................................
Operation With Or Without Ip Addressing37................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Fast-leave Igmp38................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Fast-leave Igmp41................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Delayed Group Flush42................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Proxy Forwarding42................................................................................................................................................................
How Igmp Proxy Forwarding Works43................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Commands For Igmp Proxy Configuration45................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Context Command46................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Proxy Show Command47................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Igmp Proxy Forwarding48................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Switch As Querier50................................................................................................................................................................
Excluding Well-known Or Reserved Multicast Addresses From Ip Multicast Filtering51................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Ip Routing56................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Interfaces57................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Tables And Caches57................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Cache Table58................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Route Table58................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Forwarding Cache59................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Route Exchange Protocols60................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Global Parameters For Routing Switches60................................................................................................................................................................
Arp Age Timer61................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Interface Parameters For Routing Switches64................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Parameters For Routing Switches65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Addresses65................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Router Id65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Arp Parameters66................................................................................................................................................................
How Arp Works66................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Proxy Arp68................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Commands69................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Local Proxy Arp69................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Forwarding Parameters70................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Ttl Threshold70................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Forwarding Of Directed Broadcasts70................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Icmp72................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Icmp Messages72................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Replies To Broadcast Ping Requests72................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Icmp Destination Unreachable Messages73................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Static Ip Routes74................................................................................................................................................................
Static Route Types74................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Icmp Redirects74................................................................................................................................................................
Other Sources Of Routes In The Routing Table75................................................................................................................................................................
Static Ip Route Parameters75................................................................................................................................................................
Static Route States Follow Vlan States76................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Static Ip Route76................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Default Route78................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rip79................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Rip79................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Parameters And Defaults80................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Global Parameters80................................................................................................................................................................
Rip Interface Parameters80................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rip Parameters81................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Rip81................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ip Rip On A Vlan82................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Rip Type On A Vlan Interface82................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Cost Of Routes Learned On A Vlan Interface82................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rip Redistribution83................................................................................................................................................................
Define Rip Redistribution Filters83................................................................................................................................................................
Modify Default Metric For Redistribution84................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Rip Route Redistribution84................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Route Loop Prevention Method85................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Rip Information85................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying General Rip Information86................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Rip Interface Information88................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Rip Peer Information89................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Rip Redistribution Information91................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Rip Redistribution Filter (restrict) Information91................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Irdp92................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Irdp Globally93................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Irdp On An Individual Vlan Interface93................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Irdp Information95................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Dhcp Relay95................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Packet Forwarding96................................................................................................................................................................
Unicast Forwarding96................................................................................................................................................................
Broadcast Forwarding96................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisites For Dhcp Relay Operation96................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Dhcp Relay97................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Ip Helper Address97................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Dhcp Relay Configuration97................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Dhcp Helper Addresses98................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Hop Count Setting99................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Option 82100................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp Option100................................................................................................................................................................
Option 82 Server Support101................................................................................................................................................................
General Dhcp Option 82 Requirements And Operation103................................................................................................................................................................
Option 82 Field Content104................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding Policies106................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Option 82 Relay Agents In A Client Request Path107................................................................................................................................................................
Validation Of Server Response Packets108................................................................................................................................................................
Multinetted Vlans109................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Option110................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Option 82 Configuration112................................................................................................................................................................
Udp Broadcast Forwarding115................................................................................................................................................................
Subnet Masking For Udp Forwarding Addresses116................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Enabling Udp Broadcast Forwarding117................................................................................................................................................................
Globally Enabling Udp Broadcast Forwarding117................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Udp Broadcast Forwarding On Individual Vlans117................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Ip Forward-protocol Configuration119................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Udp Broadcast Forwarding120................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To Udp Broadcast Forwarding120................................................................................................................................................................

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HP PROCURVE 2910AL Installation And Getting Started Manual

HP PROCURVE 2910AL Installation And Getting Started Manual (116 pages)

Installation Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 3.15 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Introducing The Switch9................................................................................................................................................................
Front Of The Switch12................................................................................................................................................................
Network Ports14................................................................................................................................................................
Leds14................................................................................................................................................................
Led Mode Select Button And Indicator Leds16................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Button18................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Button18................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port19................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Module Leds19................................................................................................................................................................
Back Of The Switch20................................................................................................................................................................
Al Module Slots20................................................................................................................................................................
Rps And Eps Input Ports21................................................................................................................................................................
Power Connector21................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve Switch Al Modules22................................................................................................................................................................
Features23................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Features24................................................................................................................................................................
Included Parts27................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Precautions:29................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedures30................................................................................................................................................................
Summary30................................................................................................................................................................
Prepare The Installation Site31................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Switch Passes Self Test31................................................................................................................................................................
Led Behavior:33................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Install A Module34................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Interconnect Kit35................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Module Is Installed Correctly36................................................................................................................................................................
Mount The Switch37................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Or Cabinet Mounting37................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mounting The Switch37................................................................................................................................................................
Horizontal Surface Mounting39................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Install A Transceiver40................................................................................................................................................................
To Remove The Transceiver:40................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Or Removing The Optical Media Converter41................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Install Mini-gbics And Sfps42................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Mini-gbics43................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Switch To A Power Source44................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Connect An External Power Supply44................................................................................................................................................................
Rps Operation44................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Characteristics Of The 620 Rps/eps (j8696a)45................................................................................................................................................................
Rps/eps Connectivity47................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve 630 Rps/eps Connectivity50................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Connect A Console To The Switch50................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Configuration51................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Console Access51................................................................................................................................................................
Console Cable Pinouts52................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Network Cables53................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Rj-45 Connectors53................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Cables To Mini-gbics53................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Fiber Cable54................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Copper Cable54................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Network Topologies55................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started With Switch Configuration59................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Minimal Configuration59................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Console Setup Screen60................................................................................................................................................................
To Recover From A Lost Manager Password62................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Telnet Session63................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Web Browser Session63................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Troubleshooting Tips65................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnosing With The Leds68................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tips69................................................................................................................................................................
Proactive Networking72................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Diagnostic Tests73................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Switch By Resetting It73................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Switch Leds73................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Console Messages73................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Twisted-pair Cabling74................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Switch-to-device Network Communications74................................................................................................................................................................
Testing End-to-end Network Communications74................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Factory Default Configuration75................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading New Switch Software76................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Customer Support Services76................................................................................................................................................................
Before Calling Support76................................................................................................................................................................
Physical77................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical77................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental77................................................................................................................................................................
Acoustic78................................................................................................................................................................
Safety78................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Power Specifications81................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Specifications83................................................................................................................................................................
Technology Distance Specifications85................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Conditioning Patch Cord86................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Patch Cord87................................................................................................................................................................
Twisted-pair Cable/connector Pin-outs88................................................................................................................................................................
Straight-through Twisted-pair Cable For 10 Mbps Or 100 Mbps Network Connections89................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Diagram89................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Assignments89................................................................................................................................................................
Crossover Twisted-pair Cable For 10 Mbps Or 100 Mbps Network Connection90................................................................................................................................................................
Mbps Network Connections91................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Waste Electrical And Electronic Equipment (weee) Statements105................................................................................................................................................................
HP PROCURVE 2910AL Installation And Getting Started Manual

HP PROCURVE 2910AL Installation And Getting Started Manual (114 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 3.68 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Introducing The Switch9................................................................................................................................................................
Front Of The Switch12................................................................................................................................................................
Network Ports14................................................................................................................................................................
Leds14................................................................................................................................................................
Led Mode Select Button And Indicator Leds16................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Button18................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Button18................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port19................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Module Leds19................................................................................................................................................................
Back Of The Switch20................................................................................................................................................................
Al Module Slots20................................................................................................................................................................
Rps And Eps Input Ports21................................................................................................................................................................
Power Connector21................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve Switch Al Modules22................................................................................................................................................................
Features23................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Features24................................................................................................................................................................
Included Parts27................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Precautions:29................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedures30................................................................................................................................................................
Summary30................................................................................................................................................................
Prepare The Installation Site31................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Switch Passes Self Test31................................................................................................................................................................
Led Behavior:33................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Install A Module34................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Interconnect Kit35................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Module Is Installed Correctly36................................................................................................................................................................
Mount The Switch37................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Or Cabinet Mounting37................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mounting The Switch37................................................................................................................................................................
Horizontal Surface Mounting39................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Install A Transceiver40................................................................................................................................................................
To Remove The Transceiver:40................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Or Removing The Optical Media Converter41................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Install Mini-gbics And Sfps42................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Mini-gbics43................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Switch To A Power Source44................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Connect An External Power Supply44................................................................................................................................................................
Rps Operation45................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Characteristics Of The 620 Rps/eps (j8696a)45................................................................................................................................................................
Rps/eps Connectivity47................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Connect A Console To The Switch47................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Configuration48................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Console Access49................................................................................................................................................................
Console Cable Pinouts49................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Network Cables51................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Rj-45 Connectors51................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Cables To Mini-gbics51................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Fiber Cable52................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Copper Cable52................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Network Topologies53................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Minimal Configuration57................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Console Setup Screen58................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go From Here60................................................................................................................................................................
To Recover From A Lost Manager Password60................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ip Address For Remote Switch Management61................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Telnet Session61................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Web Browser Session61................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Troubleshooting Tips63................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnosing With The Leds66................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tips67................................................................................................................................................................
Proactive Networking70................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Diagnostic Tests71................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Switch By Resetting It71................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Switch Leds71................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Console Messages71................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Twisted-pair Cabling72................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Switch-to-device Network Communications72................................................................................................................................................................
Testing End-to-end Network Communications72................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Factory Default Configuration73................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading New Switch Software74................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Customer Support Services74................................................................................................................................................................
Before Calling Support74................................................................................................................................................................
Physical75................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical75................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental75................................................................................................................................................................
Acoustic76................................................................................................................................................................
Safety76................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Power Specifications79................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Specifications81................................................................................................................................................................
Technology Distance Specifications83................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Conditioning Patch Cord84................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Patch Cord85................................................................................................................................................................
Twisted-pair Cable/connector Pin-outs86................................................................................................................................................................
Straight-through Twisted-pair Cable For 10 Mbps Or 100 Mbps Network Connections87................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Diagram87................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Assignments87................................................................................................................................................................
Crossover Twisted-pair Cable For 10 Mbps Or 100 Mbps Network Connection88................................................................................................................................................................
Mbps Network Connections89................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information91................................................................................................................................................................
Informations Concernant La Sécurité92................................................................................................................................................................
Hinweise Zur Sicherheit93................................................................................................................................................................
Considerazioni Sulla Sicurezza94................................................................................................................................................................
Consideraciones Sobre Seguridad95................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information (japan)96................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information (china)97................................................................................................................................................................
Emc Regulatory Statements98................................................................................................................................................................
U.s.a98................................................................................................................................................................
Canada98................................................................................................................................................................
Australia/new Zealand98................................................................................................................................................................
Japan98................................................................................................................................................................
Korea99................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan99................................................................................................................................................................
European Community100................................................................................................................................................................
Waste Electrical And Electronic Equipment (weee) Statements103................................................................................................................................................................
HP PROCURVE 2910AL Specification

HP PROCURVE 2910AL Specification (54 pages)

HP 2910 al Switch Series  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.94 MB
Table of contents
Key Features1................................................................................................................................................................
Product Overview2................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Benefits2................................................................................................................................................................
External Power Supplies13................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications14................................................................................................................................................................
HP PROCURVE 2910AL Specifications

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HP ProCurve 2910al-24G: Specifications  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.94 MB
Table of contents
Product Overview1................................................................................................................................................................
Key Features1................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Benefits2................................................................................................................................................................
Resiliency And High Availability2................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications5................................................................................................................................................................
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HP PROCURVE 2910AL Supplementary Manual (2 pages)

HP ProCurve 2910al-24G: Supplementary Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.04 MB

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