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HP ProCurve 4108gl Bundle Management And Configuration Manual

HP ProCurve 4108gl Bundle Management And Configuration Manual (483 pages)

Procurve Switch  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 6.27 MB
Table of contents
Preface5................................................................................................................................................................
Just Want A Quick Start5................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up And Install The Switch In Your Network6................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Memory And Configuration9................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Virtual Lans (vlans) And Gvrp13................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring And Analyzing Switch Operation15................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Management Interface18................................................................................................................................................................
Overview18................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Management Interfaces18................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Menu Interface19................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Cli20................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Hp Web Browser Interface21................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using Hp Toptools For Hubs & Switches22................................................................................................................................................................
Contents25................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu Interface26................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Ending A Menu Session27................................................................................................................................................................
How To Start A Menu Interface Session28................................................................................................................................................................
How To End A Menu Session And Exit From The Console29................................................................................................................................................................
Main Menu Features31................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Structure And Navigation33................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting The Switch36................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Features List38................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go From Here39................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Command Line Interface (cli)41................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter Contents41................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Cli42................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli42................................................................................................................................................................
Privilege Levels At Logon43................................................................................................................................................................
Privilege Level Operation44................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Privileges44................................................................................................................................................................
Manager Privileges45................................................................................................................................................................
How To Move Between Levels47................................................................................................................................................................
Listing Commands And Command Options48................................................................................................................................................................
Listing Commands Available At Any Privilege Level48................................................................................................................................................................
Command Option Displays50................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Cli "help51................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Commands And The Context Configuration Modes53................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Control And Editing56................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hp Web Browser Interface57................................................................................................................................................................
General Features59................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Interface Requirements60................................................................................................................................................................
Starting An Hp Web Browser Interface Session With The Switch61................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Standalone Web Browser In A Pc Or Unix Workstation61................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp Toptools For Hubs & Switches62................................................................................................................................................................
Tasks For Your First Hp Web Browser Interface Session64................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The "first Time Install" Window64................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Usernames And Passwords In The Browser Interface65................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Passwords67................................................................................................................................................................
Using The User Names67................................................................................................................................................................
Online Help For The Hp Web Browser Interface68................................................................................................................................................................
If You Lose A Password68................................................................................................................................................................
Support/mgmt Urls Feature69................................................................................................................................................................
Support Url70................................................................................................................................................................
Help And The Management Server Url70................................................................................................................................................................
Status Reporting Features72................................................................................................................................................................
The Overview Window72................................................................................................................................................................
The Port Utilization And Status Displays73................................................................................................................................................................
Port Utilization73................................................................................................................................................................
Port Status75................................................................................................................................................................
The Alert Log76................................................................................................................................................................
Sorting The Alert Log Entries76................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Types77................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Detail Views Of Alert Log Entries78................................................................................................................................................................
The Status Bar79................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Fault Detection Policy80................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Configuration File Management84................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Implement Configuration Changes86................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu And Web Browser Interfaces To Implement Configuration Changes89................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu Interface To Implement Configuration Changes90................................................................................................................................................................
Using Save And Cancel In The Menu Interface90................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting From The Menu Interface91................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Web Browser Interface To Implement Configuration Changes93................................................................................................................................................................
Changes93................................................................................................................................................................
Using Primary And Secondary Flash Image Options93................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Flash Image Data94................................................................................................................................................................
Os Downloads96................................................................................................................................................................
Local Os Replacement And Removal97................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes101................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Access And System Information103................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Access: Console/serial Link, Web, And Inbound Telnet105................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Modifying The Interface Access106................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Modifying The Interface Access107................................................................................................................................................................
System Information110................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring System Information111................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring System Information112................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring System Parameters115................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Addressing117................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Configuration119................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing With Multiple Vlans120................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing In A Stacking Environment121................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring Ip Address, Gateway, And Time-to-live (ttl)121................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Ip Address, Gateway, Time-to-live (ttl), And Timep123................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Ip Address, Gateway, Time-to-live (ttl)123................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Ip Addressing125................................................................................................................................................................
How Ip Addressing Affects Switch Operation125................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp/bootp Operation126................................................................................................................................................................
Network Preparations For Configuring Dhcp/bootp129................................................................................................................................................................
Globally Assigned Ip Network Addresses130................................................................................................................................................................
Time Protocols131................................................................................................................................................................
Timep Time Synchronization132................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Time Synchronization132................................................................................................................................................................
Overview: Selecting A Time Synchronization Protocol Or Turning Off Time Protocol Operation133................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Running A Time Protocol On The Switch133................................................................................................................................................................
Overview: Selecting A Time Synchronization Protocol Or Turning Off Time133................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Time Synchronization134................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp: Viewing, Selecting, And Configuring134................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Sntp135................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Sntp138................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Sntp Configuration138................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring (enabling Or Disabling) The Sntp Mode139................................................................................................................................................................
Timep: Viewing, Selecting, And Configuring143................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Timep144................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Timep146................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Timep Configuration146................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring (enabling Or Disabling) The Timep Mode147................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Unicast Time Polling With Multiple Sntp Servers150................................................................................................................................................................
Address Prioritization151................................................................................................................................................................
Adding And Deleting Sntp Server Addresses151................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Interface Operation With Multiple Sntp Server Addresses Configured153................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Messages In The Event Log153................................................................................................................................................................
Using Passwords And Tacacs+ To Protect Against Unauthorized Access155................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Username And Password Security157................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring Passwords159................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting Manager And Operator Passwords160................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring User-names And Passwords161................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs+ Authentication For Central Control Of Switch Access Security162................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology Used In Tacacs Applications163................................................................................................................................................................
General System Requirements164................................................................................................................................................................
General Authentication Setup Procedure165................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ On The Switch168................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Begin168................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Switch's Current Authentication Configuration168................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Switch's Current Tacacs+ Server Contact169................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration169................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch's Authentication Methods170................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch's Tacacs+ Server Access173................................................................................................................................................................
How Authentication Operates178................................................................................................................................................................
General Authentication Process Using A Tacacs+ Server178................................................................................................................................................................
Local Authentication Process179................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Encryption Key180................................................................................................................................................................
General Operation180................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication180................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Web Browser Interface Access When Using Tacacs+ Authentication182................................................................................................................................................................
Messages182................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Tacacs+ Operation183................................................................................................................................................................
Using Authorized Ip Managers For Increased Management Security185................................................................................................................................................................
Using Authorized Ip Managers188................................................................................................................................................................
Access Levels189................................................................................................................................................................
Defining Authorized Management Stations189................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Ip Mask Operation189................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Ip Authorized Managers191................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Authorized Ip Managers192................................................................................................................................................................
Listing The Switch's Current Authorized Ip Manager(s)192................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Authorized Managers For The Switch193................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Ip Authorized Managers194................................................................................................................................................................
Building Ip Masks194................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring One Station Per Authorized Manager Ip Entry194................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multiple Stations Per Authorized Manager Ip Entry195................................................................................................................................................................
Operating And Troubleshooting Notes197................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Examples For Authorizing Multiple Stations197................................................................................................................................................................
Optimizing Port Usage Through Traffic Control And Port Trunking200................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters200................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters203................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters204................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters207................................................................................................................................................................
Port Trunking208................................................................................................................................................................
Switch 4108gl Port Trunk Features And Operation209................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Configuration Methods210................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring A Static Trunk Group214................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring A Static Or Dynamic Port Trunk Group216................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring A Static Or Dynamic Port216................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To View Port Trunks216................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Configure A Static Or Dynamic Trunk Group219................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing Existing Port Trunk Groups222................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Operation Using Lacp223................................................................................................................................................................
Default Port Operation225................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Operation Using The "trunk" Option226................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Notes And Restrictions226................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Operation Using The "fec" Option227................................................................................................................................................................
How The Switch Lists Trunk Data227................................................................................................................................................................
Outbound Traffic Distribution Across Trunked Links228................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring For Network Management Applications231................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Management Features232................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring For Snmp Access To The Switch234................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Communities235................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Snmp Communities235................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Community Names236................................................................................................................................................................
Trap Receivers And Authentication Traps238................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring And Displaying Trap Receivers239................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Management: Rmon241................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Enable Authentication Traps241................................................................................................................................................................
Cdp242................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction242................................................................................................................................................................
Cdp Terminology243................................................................................................................................................................
General Cdp Operation243................................................................................................................................................................
Outgoing Packets244................................................................................................................................................................
Incoming Cdp Packets245................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cdp On The Switch248................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Cdp248................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Switch's Current Cdp Configuration249................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Contents Of The Switch's Cdp Neighbors249................................................................................................................................................................
Table249................................................................................................................................................................
Contents Of Switch’s Cdp Neighbors Table249................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing (resetting) The Cdp Neighbors Table250................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cdp Operation251................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Of Spanning Tree (stp) On Cdp Packet Transmission253................................................................................................................................................................
How The Switch Selects The Ip Address To Include In Outbound Cdp Packets254................................................................................................................................................................
Cdp Neighbor Data And Mib Objects255................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Procurve Stack Management262................................................................................................................................................................
Which Devices Support Stacking263................................................................................................................................................................
Components Of Hp Procurve Stack Management264................................................................................................................................................................
General Stacking Operation264................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Stacking265................................................................................................................................................................
General Rules265................................................................................................................................................................
Specific Rules266................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Configuring And Bringing Up A Stack268................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Creating A Stack270................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu Interface To View Stack Status And Configure Stacking272................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu Interface To View And Configure A Commander Switch272................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu To Manage A Candidate Switch274................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Commander To Manage The Stack276................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Commander To Access Member Switches For Configuration Changes And Monitoring Traffic283................................................................................................................................................................
Converting A Commander Or Member To A Member Of284................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Stack Status285................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To View Stack Status And Configure Stacking289................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To View Stack Status291................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Configure A Commander Switch293................................................................................................................................................................
Adding To A Stack Or Moving Switches Between Stacks295................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Remove A Member From A Stack300................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Access Member Switches For Configuration Changes And Traffic Monitoring302................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Community Operation In A Stack303................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Disable Or Re-enable Stacking304................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission Interval304................................................................................................................................................................
Stacking Operation With Multiple Vlans Configured304................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing And Configuring Stacking305................................................................................................................................................................
Status Messages306................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Virtual Lans (static Vlans)310................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Using Vlans313................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Support And The Default Vlan313................................................................................................................................................................
Which Vlan Is Primary313................................................................................................................................................................
Per-port Static Vlan Configuration Options314................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Using Vlans316................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Vlans316................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring Vlan Parameters317................................................................................................................................................................
To Change Vlan Support Settings317................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Or Editing Vlan Names319................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Or Changing A Vlan Port Assignment320................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Vlan Parameters322................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing And Configuring Vlan Parameters328................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Tagging Information329................................................................................................................................................................
Effect Of Vlans On Other Switch Features333................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Protocol Operation With Vlans333................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Interfaces333................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Mac Addresses334................................................................................................................................................................
Port Trunks334................................................................................................................................................................
Port Monitoring334................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Restrictions335................................................................................................................................................................
Gvrp336................................................................................................................................................................
Per-port Options For Handling Gvrp "unknown Vlans339................................................................................................................................................................
Per-port Options For Dynamic Vlan Advertising And Joining341................................................................................................................................................................
Gvrp And Vlan Access Control342................................................................................................................................................................
Port-leave From A Dynamic Vlan342................................................................................................................................................................
Planning For Gvrp Operation343................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Gvrp On A Switch343................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Gvrp343................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Gvrp345................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing And Configuring Gvrp348................................................................................................................................................................
Gvrp Operating Notes348................................................................................................................................................................
General Operation And Features353................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Terms354................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Operating Features355................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation355................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancements355................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring And Displaying Igmp356................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Enabling Or Disabling Igmp360................................................................................................................................................................
How Igmp Operates361................................................................................................................................................................
Operation With Or Without Ip Addressing362................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Fast-leave Igmp363................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Fast-leave Igmp364................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Options For Forced Fast-leave365................................................................................................................................................................
Listing The Forced Fast-leave Configuration365................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Per-port Forced Fast-leave Igmp367................................................................................................................................................................
Querier Operation368................................................................................................................................................................
The Switch Excludes Well-known Or Reserved Multicast Addresses From Ip Multicast Filtering369................................................................................................................................................................
Cli372................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring Stp374................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Stp375................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Enabling Or Disabling Stp379................................................................................................................................................................
How Stp Operates379................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Fast Mode380................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Operation With 802.1q Vlans382................................................................................................................................................................
Status And Counters Data387................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access To Status And Counters388................................................................................................................................................................
General System Information389................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Management Address Information390................................................................................................................................................................
Module Information391................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Port And Trunk Group Statistics And Flow Control Status393................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access To Port And Trunk Statistics394................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Switch's Mac Address Tables396................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Access For Mac Address Views And Searches399................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Protocol (stp) Information401................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Access To Stp Data402................................................................................................................................................................
Internet Group Management Protocol (igmp) Status403................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Information404................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Interface Status Information406................................................................................................................................................................
Port Monitoring Features407................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring Port Monitoring408................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Port Monitoring409................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Port Monitoring411................................................................................................................................................................
Port Auto-negotiation413................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Approaches415................................................................................................................................................................
Browser Or Telnet Access Problems416................................................................................................................................................................
Unusual Network Activity418................................................................................................................................................................
General Problems418................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Cdp Operation419................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp-related Problems420................................................................................................................................................................
Problems Related To Spanning-tree Protocol (stp)421................................................................................................................................................................
Stacking-related Problems421................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs-related Problems421................................................................................................................................................................
Timep, Sntp, Or Gateway Problems423................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan-related Problems423................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Event Log To Identify Problem Sources428................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Entering And Navigating In The Event Log429................................................................................................................................................................
Ping And Link Tests431................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools431................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Executing Ping Or Link Tests433................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Ping Or Link Tests434................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Configuration File436................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing The Configuration File436................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing The Configuration File436................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Administrative And Troubleshooting Commands437................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Factory-default Configuration438................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Resetting To The Factory-default Configuration438................................................................................................................................................................
Clear/reset: Resetting To The Factory-default Configuration438................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring A Flash Image439................................................................................................................................................................
File Transfers443................................................................................................................................................................
General Os Download Rules443................................................................................................................................................................
Using Tftp To Download An Os Image From A Server443................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hp Toptools For Hubs & Switches Utility443................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Tftp Downloads443................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading An Operating System (os444................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Tftp Download From A Server To Primary Flash446................................................................................................................................................................
Secondary Flash447................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation448................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Xmodem Download To Primary Flash449................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Xmodem Download From A Pc Or Unix Workstation To Primary Or Secondary Flash450................................................................................................................................................................
Switch-to-switch Download451................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Switch-to-switch Download To Primary Flash451................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Switch-to-switch Downloads452................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Switch Configurations455................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Diagnostic Data To A Remote Host, Pc, Or Unix Workstation458................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Command Output To A Destination Device458................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Event Log Output To A Destination Device459................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Crash Data Content To A Destination Device459................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Crash Log Data Content To A Destination Device460................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Address Management462................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Mac Addresses462................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing The Switch's Mac Addresses463................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing The Port And Vlan Mac Addresses464................................................................................................................................................................
Daylight Savings Time On Hp Procurve Switches467................................................................................................................................................................

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HP ProCurve 4108gl Bundle Function Manual

HP ProCurve 4108gl Bundle Function Manual (306 pages)

Access Security Guide ProCurve 2600, 2600-PWR, 2800, 4100, 6108 Series  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 2.18 MB
Table of contents
Access Security Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Product Documentation13................................................................................................................................................................
About Your Switch Manual Set13................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Index14................................................................................................................................................................
Contents17................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started18................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction18................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Access Security Features18................................................................................................................................................................
Management Access Security Protection19................................................................................................................................................................
General Switch Traffic Security Guidelines20................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions21................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Descriptions By Model21................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax Statements21................................................................................................................................................................
Command Prompts22................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Simulations22................................................................................................................................................................
Port Identity Examples22................................................................................................................................................................
Sources For More Information23................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start24................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing24................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up And Install The Switch In Your Network25................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Username And Password Security28................................................................................................................................................................
Overview28................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Local Password Security30................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Setting Passwords30................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting Passwords And Usernames31................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting Passwords And Usernames32................................................................................................................................................................
Front-panel Security33................................................................................................................................................................
When Security Is Important33................................................................................................................................................................
Front-panel Button Functions34................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Front-panel Security36................................................................................................................................................................
Password Recovery41................................................................................................................................................................
Password Recovery Process43................................................................................................................................................................
Web And Mac Authentication For The Series 2600/2600-pwr And 2800 Switches45................................................................................................................................................................
Client Options47................................................................................................................................................................
General Features48................................................................................................................................................................
How Web And Mac Authentication Operate49................................................................................................................................................................
Authenticator Operation49................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology53................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules And Notes54................................................................................................................................................................
General Setup Procedure For Web/mac Authentication56................................................................................................................................................................
Do These Steps Before You Configure Web/mac Authentication56................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information For Configuring The Radius Server To Support Mac Authentication58................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch To Access A Radius Server59................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Web Authentication61................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Switch For Web-based Authentication62................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mac Authentication On The Switch66................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Switch For Mac-based Authentication67................................................................................................................................................................
Show Status And Configuration Of Web-based Authentication70................................................................................................................................................................
Show Status And Configuration Of Mac-based Authentication71................................................................................................................................................................
Show Client Status73................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs+ Authentication75................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology Used In Tacacs Applications77................................................................................................................................................................
General System Requirements79................................................................................................................................................................
General Authentication Setup Procedure79................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ On The Switch82................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Begin82................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Commands Described In This Section83................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Switch's Current Authentication Configuration83................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Switch's Current Tacacs+ Server Contact Configuration84................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch's Authentication Methods85................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch's Tacacs+ Server Access89................................................................................................................................................................
How Authentication Operates94................................................................................................................................................................
General Authentication Process Using A Tacacs+ Server94................................................................................................................................................................
Local Authentication Process96................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Encryption Key97................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Web Browser Interface Access When Using Tacacs+ Authentication98................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Web Browser Interface Access When Using Tacacs98................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication98................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To Tacacs+ Operation99................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes99................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Authentication And Accounting101................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Operating Rules For Radius104................................................................................................................................................................
General Radius Setup Procedure105................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch For Radius Authentication106................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of The Steps For Configuring Radius Authentication107................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Authentication For The Access Methods You Want Radius108................................................................................................................................................................
To Protect108................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Authentication For The Access Methods You Want108................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Switch To Access A Radius Server110................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Switch's Global Radius Parameters112................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Web Browser Interface Access When Using Radius Authentication117................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Accounting117................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Radius Accounting119................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Configuring Radius Accounting119................................................................................................................................................................
Reports To The Radius Server122................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Radius Statistics125................................................................................................................................................................
General Radius Statistics125................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Authentication Statistics127................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Accounting Statistics128................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Radius-server Access Order129................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To Radius Operation131................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Secure Shell (ssh)133................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisite For Using Ssh137................................................................................................................................................................
Public Key Formats137................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Configuring And Using Ssh For Switch And Client Authentication138................................................................................................................................................................
General Operating Rules And Notes140................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch For Ssh Operation141................................................................................................................................................................
Assign Local Login (operator) And Enable (manager) Password141................................................................................................................................................................
Generate The Switch's Public And Private Key Pair142................................................................................................................................................................
Provide The Switch's Public Key To Clients144................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Ssh On The Switch And Anticipate Ssh Client Contact Behavior147................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Ssh On The Switch And Anticipate Ssh Client147................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Switch For Ssh Authentication150................................................................................................................................................................
Use An Ssh Client To Access The Switch153................................................................................................................................................................
Further Information On Ssh Client Public-key Authentication153................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To Ssh Operation159................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Secure Socket Layer (ssl)161................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisite For Using Ssl165................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Configuring And Using Ssl For Switch And Client Authentication165................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Switch For Ssl Operation167................................................................................................................................................................
Generate The Switch's Server Host Certificate169................................................................................................................................................................
Comments On Certificate Fields171................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Ssl On The Switch And Anticipate Ssl Browser Contact177................................................................................................................................................................
Behavior181................................................................................................................................................................
Common Errors In Ssl Setup181................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port-based Access Control (802.1x)183................................................................................................................................................................
Why Use Port-based Access Control185................................................................................................................................................................
How 802.1x Operates188................................................................................................................................................................
Switch-port Supplicant Operation189................................................................................................................................................................
General Setup Procedure For Port-based Access Control (802.1x)194................................................................................................................................................................
Do These Steps Before You Configure 802.1x Operation194................................................................................................................................................................
Overview: Configuring 802.1x Authentication On The Switch195................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Switch Ports As 802.1x Authenticators197................................................................................................................................................................
Enable 802.1x Authentication On Selected Ports197................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The 802.1x Authentication Method201................................................................................................................................................................
Enter The Radius Host Ip Address(es)202................................................................................................................................................................
Enable 802.1x Authentication On The Switch202................................................................................................................................................................
802.1x Open Vlan Mode203................................................................................................................................................................
Use Models For 802.1x Open Vlan Modes204................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Authorized-client And Unauthorized-client Vlans207................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up And Configuring 802.1x Open Vlan Mode209................................................................................................................................................................
802.1x Open Vlan Operating Notes213................................................................................................................................................................
Option For Authenticator Ports: Configure Port-security To Allow Only 802.1x Devices214................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Switch Ports To Operate As Supplicants For 802.1x Connections To Other Switches216................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying 802.1x Configuration, Statistics, And Counters220................................................................................................................................................................
Show Commands For Port-access Authenticator220................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing 802.1x Open Vlan Mode Status222................................................................................................................................................................
Show Commands For Port-access Supplicant225................................................................................................................................................................
How Radius/802.1x Authentication Affects Vlan Operation226................................................................................................................................................................
Messages Related To 802.1x Operation230................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Monitoring Port Security231................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation232................................................................................................................................................................
Blocking Unauthorized Traffic233................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Exclusion234................................................................................................................................................................
Planning Port Security235................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security Command Options And Operation236................................................................................................................................................................
Retention Of Static Mac Addresses240................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Current Port Security Settings240................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Port Security242................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Lockdown247................................................................................................................................................................
Differences Between Mac Lockdown And Port Security249................................................................................................................................................................
Deploying Mac Lockdown251................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Lockout255................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security And Mac Lockout257................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Lockdown258................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Displaying And Configuring Port Security Features259................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Intrusion Alerts And Resetting Alert Flags259................................................................................................................................................................
Notice Of Security Violations259................................................................................................................................................................
How The Intrusion Log Operates260................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The Intrusion Log Current By Resetting Alert Flags261................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Event Log To Find Intrusion Alerts266................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Checking For Intrusions, Listing Intrusion Alerts, And Resetting Alert Flags266................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Port Security267................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic/security Filters (procurve Series 2600/2600-pwr And 2800 Switches)270................................................................................................................................................................
Using Source-port Filters272................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Source-port Filters272................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Source-port Filter273................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Source-port Filter275................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Indexing276................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Source-port Filter277................................................................................................................................................................
Using Named Source-port Filters278................................................................................................................................................................
Using Authorized Ip Managers288................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Options289................................................................................................................................................................
Access Levels289................................................................................................................................................................
Defining Authorized Management Stations290................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Ip Mask Operation290................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Ip Authorized Managers291................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Authorized Ip Managers292................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Authorized Managers For The Switch293................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Ip Authorized Managers295................................................................................................................................................................
Building Ip Masks295................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring One Station Per Authorized Manager Ip Entry295................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multiple Stations Per Authorized Manager Ip Entry296................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Examples For Authorizing Multiple Stations297................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProCurve 4108gl Bundle Installation And Getting Started Manual

HP ProCurve 4108gl Bundle Installation And Getting Started Manual (94 pages)

procurve series 4100gl switches  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 4.39 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Introducing The Hp Procurve Series 4100gl Switches9................................................................................................................................................................
Front Of The Switch12................................................................................................................................................................
Leds13................................................................................................................................................................
Led Mode Select Button And Indicator Leds15................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port16................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Button16................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Button16................................................................................................................................................................
Back Of The Switch17................................................................................................................................................................
Power Connector17................................................................................................................................................................
Slot For Redundant Power Supply17................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Features18................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Series 4100gl Switches21................................................................................................................................................................
Included Parts21................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedures22................................................................................................................................................................
Summary22................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Precautions23................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Precautions (continued)24................................................................................................................................................................
Prepare The Installation Site25................................................................................................................................................................
Cabling Infrastructure25................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Location26................................................................................................................................................................
Install Switch Modules27................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Install Second Power Supply29................................................................................................................................................................
Verify The Switch Passes Self Test31................................................................................................................................................................
Led Behavior32................................................................................................................................................................
Mount The Switch33................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Or Cabinet Mounting33................................................................................................................................................................
Horizontal Surface Mounting36................................................................................................................................................................
Wall Mounting37................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Switch To A Power Source38................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Network Devices38................................................................................................................................................................
Optional) Connect A Console To The Switch39................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Configuration39................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Console Access40................................................................................................................................................................
Telnet Console Access40................................................................................................................................................................
Hot Swapping Switch Modules41................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Or Replacing Modules41................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Module Type41................................................................................................................................................................
Example Network Topologies42................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Connectivity42................................................................................................................................................................
Use As An Edge Switch43................................................................................................................................................................
Stacking The Switches44................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started With Switch Configuration45................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Minimal Configuration45................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Switch Setup Screen46................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go From Here48................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Ip Address For Remote Switch Management49................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Telnet Session49................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Web Browser Session49................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting51................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Troubleshooting Tips51................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnosing With The Leds54................................................................................................................................................................
Proactive Networking59................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Diagnostic Tests60................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Switch By Resetting It60................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Switch Leds60................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Console Messages60................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Twisted-pair Cabling61................................................................................................................................................................
Testing Switch-to-device Network Communications61................................................................................................................................................................
Testing End-to-end Network Communications61................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Factory Default Configuration62................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading New Code63................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Customer Support Services63................................................................................................................................................................
Before Calling Support63................................................................................................................................................................
Physical65................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical65................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental66................................................................................................................................................................
Acoustic67................................................................................................................................................................
Switch 4108gl And Bundle; 4160gl67................................................................................................................................................................
Switch 4104gl, 4148gl, And 4140gl67................................................................................................................................................................
Network Connectors67................................................................................................................................................................
Safety67................................................................................................................................................................
B Switch Ports And Network Cables69................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Ports69................................................................................................................................................................
Twisted Pair69................................................................................................................................................................
Fiber-optic69................................................................................................................................................................
Cables70................................................................................................................................................................
Twisted-pair Cable/connector Pin-outs71................................................................................................................................................................
Straight-through Twisted-pair Cable For 10 Mbps Or 100 Mbps Network Connections73................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Diagram73................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Assignments73................................................................................................................................................................
Crossover Twisted-pair Cable For 10 Mbps Or 100 Mbps Network Connection74................................................................................................................................................................
Straight-through Twisted-pair Cable For 1000 Mbps Network Connections75................................................................................................................................................................
C Safety And Emc Regulatory Statements77................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information77................................................................................................................................................................
Informations Concernant La Sécurité78................................................................................................................................................................
Hinweise Zur Sicherheit79................................................................................................................................................................
Considerazioni Sulla Sicurezza80................................................................................................................................................................
Consideraciones Sobre Seguridad81................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information (japan82................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information (china83................................................................................................................................................................
Emc Regulatory Statements84................................................................................................................................................................
U.s.a84................................................................................................................................................................
Canada84................................................................................................................................................................
Australia/new Zealand84................................................................................................................................................................
Japan84................................................................................................................................................................
Korea85................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan85................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Model Identification Number85................................................................................................................................................................
European Community86................................................................................................................................................................

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HP ProCurve 4108gl Bundle Cli Reference Manual

HP ProCurve 4108gl Bundle Cli Reference Manual (66 pages)

HP Network Interface Device User Manual  
Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 0.65 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction5................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions5................................................................................................................................................................
Argument Types5................................................................................................................................................................
Privilege And Context Levels6................................................................................................................................................................
The Command Line Interface7................................................................................................................................................................
System Help7................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Editing8................................................................................................................................................................
Command Summary9................................................................................................................................................................
User Exec Commands9................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Commands10................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration15................................................................................................................................................................
System Commands - Exec Level15................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Commands18................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication20................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication Commands - Configuration Level20................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs21................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs Commands - Exec Level21................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs Commands - Configuration Level21................................................................................................................................................................
Cdp21................................................................................................................................................................
Cdp Commands - Exec Level21................................................................................................................................................................
Cdp Commands - Configuration Level21................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Stacking22................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Stacking Commands - Exec Level22................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Stacking Commands - Configuration Level22................................................................................................................................................................
Port Settings24................................................................................................................................................................
Port Commands - Exec Level24................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Interface Configuration Commands26................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Configuration27................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Commands - Exec Level27................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Commands - Configuration Level28................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree29................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Commands - Exec Level29................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Commands - Configuration Level30................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Commands - Exec Level32................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Commands - Configuration Level35................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Commands - Vlan Interface Level37................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp38................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Commands - Exec Level38................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Commands - Configuration Level39................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Configuration40................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Commands - Exec Level40................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Commands - Configuration Level40................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Interface Commands41................................................................................................................................................................
Gvrp42................................................................................................................................................................
Gvrp Commands - Exec Level42................................................................................................................................................................
Gvrp Commands - Configuration Level42................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp43................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Commands - Exec Level43................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Configuration Commands - Vlan Interface Level44................................................................................................................................................................
Port Monitoring45................................................................................................................................................................
Port Monitoring Commands - Exec Level45................................................................................................................................................................
Port Monitoring Commands - Configuration Level45................................................................................................................................................................
Port Monitoring Commands - Vlan Interface Level46................................................................................................................................................................
Port Monitoring Commands - Ethernet Interface Level46................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security46................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security Commands - Exec Level46................................................................................................................................................................
Port Security Commands - Configuration Level47................................................................................................................................................................
Console Menu49................................................................................................................................................................
Status And Counters49................................................................................................................................................................
General System Information50................................................................................................................................................................
Management Address Information50................................................................................................................................................................
Module Information51................................................................................................................................................................
Port Status51................................................................................................................................................................
Port Counters52................................................................................................................................................................
Port Counters Details52................................................................................................................................................................
Address Table53................................................................................................................................................................
Port Address Table53................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Information54................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Port Information54................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Menu55................................................................................................................................................................
System Information56................................................................................................................................................................
Port/trunk Settings56................................................................................................................................................................
Network Monitoring Port57................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Operation57................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Configuration58................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Communities59................................................................................................................................................................
Authorized Managers59................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Menu60................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Support60................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Names61................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Port Assignment61................................................................................................................................................................
Password Menu62................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log62................................................................................................................................................................
Download Screen63................................................................................................................................................................
Run Setup63................................................................................................................................................................
HP ProCurve 4108gl Bundle Specifications

HP ProCurve 4108gl Bundle Specifications (4 pages)

HP ProCurve 4104GL: Specifications  
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