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HP ProCurve 8200zl Management And Configuration Manual

HP ProCurve 8200zl Management And Configuration Manual (690 pages)

Brand: HP | Category: Switch | Size: 11.99 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started5................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using Procurve Manager6................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu Interface6................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Procurve Web Browser Interface7................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Web Browser7................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Memory And Configuration8................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Access And System Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ip Addressing10................................................................................................................................................................
Time Protocols10................................................................................................................................................................
Port Status And Configuration11................................................................................................................................................................
Port Traffic Controls13................................................................................................................................................................
Product Documentation25................................................................................................................................................................
Contents31................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction32................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions32................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax Statements32................................................................................................................................................................
Command Prompts33................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Simulations33................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration And Operation Examples33................................................................................................................................................................
Keys33................................................................................................................................................................
Sources For More Information34................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Documentation From The Web36................................................................................................................................................................
Online Help36................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Interface36................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Interface37................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Interface37................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start?38................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing38................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up And Install The Switch In Your Network38................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Installation38................................................................................................................................................................
Need Only A Quick Start38................................................................................................................................................................
Overview40................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Management Interfaces40................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Menu Interface41................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Cli42................................................................................................................................................................
General Benefits42................................................................................................................................................................
Information On Using The Cli42................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Web Browser Interface43................................................................................................................................................................
Or Procurve Manager Plus45................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Interfaces47................................................................................................................................................................
Banner Operation With Telnet, Serial, Or Sshv2 Access48................................................................................................................................................................
Banner Operation With Web Browser Access48................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Displaying A Non-default Banner48................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Configuring And Displaying A Banner49................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes52................................................................................................................................................................
Starting And Ending A Menu Session55................................................................................................................................................................
How To Start A Menu Interface Session56................................................................................................................................................................
How To End A Menu Session And Exit From The Console:57................................................................................................................................................................
How To End A Menu Session And Exit From The Console57................................................................................................................................................................
Main Menu Features59................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Structure And Navigation61................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting The Switch64................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Features List66................................................................................................................................................................
Where To Go From Here67................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Cli70................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli70................................................................................................................................................................
Privilege Levels At Logon71................................................................................................................................................................
Privilege Level Operation72................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Privileges72................................................................................................................................................................
Manager Privileges73................................................................................................................................................................
How To Move Between Levels75................................................................................................................................................................
Listing Commands And Command Options76................................................................................................................................................................
Listing Commands Available At Any Privilege Level76................................................................................................................................................................
Listing Command Options78................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Cli "help"79................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Cli "help79................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Commands And The Context Configuration Modes80................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Control And Editing84................................................................................................................................................................
General Features87................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Session With The Switch88................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Standalone Web Browser In A Pc Or Unix Workstation88................................................................................................................................................................
Procurve Manager Plus (pcm+)89................................................................................................................................................................
Tasks For Your First Procurve Web Browser Interface Session91................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The "first Time Install" Window91................................................................................................................................................................
In The Browser Interface92................................................................................................................................................................
Entering A User Name And Password94................................................................................................................................................................
Using A User Name94................................................................................................................................................................
If You Lose The Password94................................................................................................................................................................
Online Help For The Web Browser Interface95................................................................................................................................................................
Support/mgmt Urls Feature96................................................................................................................................................................
Support Url97................................................................................................................................................................
Help And The Management Server Url97................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Pcm Server For Switch Web Help98................................................................................................................................................................
Status Reporting Features100................................................................................................................................................................
The Overview Window100................................................................................................................................................................
The Port Utilization And Status Displays101................................................................................................................................................................
Port Utilization101................................................................................................................................................................
Port Status103................................................................................................................................................................
The Alert Log104................................................................................................................................................................
Sorting The Alert Log Entries104................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Types And Detailed Views105................................................................................................................................................................
The Status Bar106................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Fault Detection Policy108................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration File Management113................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Implement Configuration Changes116................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Changes120................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Implementing Configuration Changes120................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting From The Menu Interface121................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Implementing Configuration Changes123................................................................................................................................................................
Using Primary And Secondary Flash Image Options124................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Flash Image Data124................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Software Downloads126................................................................................................................................................................
Local Switch Software Replacement And Removal127................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes About Booting129................................................................................................................................................................
Boot And Reload Command Comparison130................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Default Flash131................................................................................................................................................................
Booting From The Default Flash (primary Or Secondary)132................................................................................................................................................................
Booting From A Specified Flash133................................................................................................................................................................
Using Reload134................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Configuration Files137................................................................................................................................................................
General Operation138................................................................................................................................................................
Transitioning To Multiple Configuration Files140................................................................................................................................................................
Listing And Displaying Startup-config Files141................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Enabled141................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Content Of A Specific Startup-config File142................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Or Overriding The Reboot Configuration Policy142................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Startup-config Files In The Switch144................................................................................................................................................................
Renaming An Existing Startup-config File145................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A New Startup-config File145................................................................................................................................................................
Erasing A Startup-config File146................................................................................................................................................................
Switch To Its Default Configuration148................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Startup-config Files To Or From A Remote Server149................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp: Copying A Configuration File To A Remote Host149................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp: Copying A Configuration File From A Remote Host150................................................................................................................................................................
Connected Host150................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Multiple Configuration Files151................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Access: Console/serial Link, Web, And Inbound Telnet155................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Modifying The Interface Access156................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Modifying The Interface Access157................................................................................................................................................................
Sessions160................................................................................................................................................................
System Information162................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring System Information163................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring System Information164................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring System Parameters168................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Configuration170................................................................................................................................................................
Just Want A Quick Start With Ip Addressing?171................................................................................................................................................................
Just Want A Quick Start With Ip Addressing171................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing With Multiple Vlans172................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Configuring Ip Address, Gateway, And Time-to-live (ttl)173................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Ip Address, Gateway, And Time-to-live (ttl)174................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Ip Addressing178................................................................................................................................................................
How Ip Addressing Affects Switch Operation179................................................................................................................................................................
Dhcp/bootp Operation180................................................................................................................................................................
Network Preparations For Configuring Dhcp/bootp182................................................................................................................................................................
Loopback Interfaces183................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Loopback Interface184................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Loopback Interface Configurations186................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Preserve: Retaining Vlan-1 Ip Addressing Across Configuration File Downloads188................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules For Ip Preserve188................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ip Preserve189................................................................................................................................................................
Timep Time Synchronization194................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Time Synchronization194................................................................................................................................................................
Protocol Operation195................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Running A Time Protocol On The Switch:195................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Time Synchronization196................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp: Viewing, Selecting, And Configuring196................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Sntp197................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Sntp200................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Sntp Configuration200................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring (enabling Or Disabling) The Sntp Mode202................................................................................................................................................................
Timep: Viewing, Selecting, And Configuring207................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring Timep208................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Timep210................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Timep Configuration210................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring (enabling Or Disabling) The Timep Mode212................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Unicast Time Polling With Multiple Sntp Servers216................................................................................................................................................................
Address Prioritization216................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying All Sntp Server Addresses Configured On The Switch217................................................................................................................................................................
Adding And Deleting Sntp Server Addresses217................................................................................................................................................................
Configured219................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp Messages In The Event Log219................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters222................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Port Configuration225................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters227................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Port Status And Configuration227................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Port Utilization Statistics229................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Transceiver Status229................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Ports And Configuring Port Mode231................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Flow Control232................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Broadcast Limit On The Switch234................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Procurve Auto-mdix235................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing Port Status And Configuring Port Parameters238................................................................................................................................................................
Using Friendly (optional) Port Names238................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Operating Rules For Friendly Port Names238................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Friendly Port Names239................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Friendly Port Names With Other Port Data240................................................................................................................................................................
Uni-directional Link Detection (udld)244................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Udld245................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Udld246................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Keepalive Interval247................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Keepalive Retries247................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Udld For Tagged Ports247................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Udld Information248................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Warnings And Event Log Messages251................................................................................................................................................................
Poe Devices255................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Poe256................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Operation257................................................................................................................................................................
Related Publications258................................................................................................................................................................
General Poe Operation259................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Options259................................................................................................................................................................
Pd Support260................................................................................................................................................................
Determining The Amount Of Poe Power Available262................................................................................................................................................................
Poe Power262................................................................................................................................................................
Power Priority Operation262................................................................................................................................................................
When Is Power Allocation Prioritized?262................................................................................................................................................................
When Is Power Allocation Prioritized262................................................................................................................................................................
How Is Power Allocation Prioritized?263................................................................................................................................................................
How Is Power Allocation Prioritized263................................................................................................................................................................
Poe Priority With Two Or More Modules264................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Poe Operation266................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Poe Port Priority Level266................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Or Re-enabling Poe Port Operation267................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Support For Pre-standard Devices267................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Threshold For Generating A Power Notice268................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Optional Poe Port Identifiers269................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Poe Configuration And Status271................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Switch's Global Poe Power Status271................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying An Overview Of Poe Status On All Ports272................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Poe Status On Specific Ports273................................................................................................................................................................
Planning And Implementing A Poe Configuration275................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Poe Ports To Vlans275................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Security Features To Poe Configurations275................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Priority Policies To Poe Traffic276................................................................................................................................................................
Calculating The Maximum Load For A Poe Module277................................................................................................................................................................
When A Power Supply Fails278................................................................................................................................................................
Poe Operating Notes279................................................................................................................................................................
Poe Event Log Messages280................................................................................................................................................................
Informational" Poe Event-log Messages280................................................................................................................................................................
Warning" Poe Event-log Messages281................................................................................................................................................................
Port Trunk Features And Operation286................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Configuration Methods286................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing And Configuring A Static Trunk Group291................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Port Trunk Groups293................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To View Port Trunks293................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Configure A Static Or Dynamic Trunk Group296................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing Existing Port Trunk Groups299................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Operation Using Lacp300................................................................................................................................................................
Default Port Operation302................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp Notes And Restrictions303................................................................................................................................................................
Trunk Group Operation Using The "trunk" Option307................................................................................................................................................................
How The Switch Lists Trunk Data308................................................................................................................................................................
Outbound Traffic Distribution Across Trunked Links308................................................................................................................................................................
Rate-limiting314................................................................................................................................................................
All Traffic Rate-limiting314................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Rate-limiting315................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Rate-limit Configuration316................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Rate-limiting318................................................................................................................................................................
Icmp Rate-limiting320................................................................................................................................................................
Terminology321................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Configuring Icmp Rate-limiting321................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Icmp Rate-limiting322................................................................................................................................................................
On The Same Interface322................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Current Icmp Rate-limit Configuration323................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Icmp Rate-limiting324................................................................................................................................................................
Icmp Rate-limiting Trap And Event Log Messages325................................................................................................................................................................
Guaranteed Minimum Bandwidth (gmb)328................................................................................................................................................................
Gmb Operation328................................................................................................................................................................
Impacts Of Qos Queue Configuration On Gmb Operation330................................................................................................................................................................
Outbound Traffic331................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration334................................................................................................................................................................
Gmb Operating Notes335................................................................................................................................................................
Jumbo Frames336................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Rules337................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Jumbo Frame Operation338................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Jumbo Configuration339................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Jumbo Traffic On A Vlan341................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Jumbo Traffic-handling341................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting344................................................................................................................................................................
Using Snmp Tools To Manage The Switch347................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Management Features348................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring For Snmp Version 1 And 2c Access To The Switch348................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring For Snmp Version 3 Access To The Switch349................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Version 3 Commands350................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Snmpv3351................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Users351................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Snmpv351................................................................................................................................................................
Group Access Levels355................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Communities355................................................................................................................................................................
Communities357................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing And Configuring Snmp Community Names359................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Notification And Traps361................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv1 And Snmpv2c Trap Features363................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring And Displaying Trap Receivers364................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli To Enable Authentication Traps367................................................................................................................................................................
And Traps368................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Configuring Snmp Inform371................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Management: Rmon372................................................................................................................................................................
Cli-configured Sflow With Multiple Instances373................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Sflow373................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Sflow Configuration And Status374................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp (link-layer Discovery Protocol)377................................................................................................................................................................
General Lldp Operation380................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp-med380................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Boundaries In A Network Topology380................................................................................................................................................................
Options For Reading Lldp Information Collected By The Switch383................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp And Lldp-med Standards Compatibility383................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Operating Rules384................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Lldp Operation385................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Configuration386................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Global Lldp Packet Controls387................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp Notification Support391................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Per-port Transmit And Receive Modes392................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Basic Lldp Per-port Advertisement Content393................................................................................................................................................................
Advertisements395................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp-med (media-endpoint-discovery)396................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp-med Topology Change Notification399................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp-med Fast Start Control401................................................................................................................................................................
And Location Data401................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Location Data For Lldp-med Devices405................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Advertisement Data410................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Lldp Statistics415................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp Operating Notes417................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp And Cdp Data Management419................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp And Cdp Neighbor Data419................................................................................................................................................................
Cdp Operation And Commands421................................................................................................................................................................
How The Management Modules Interact428................................................................................................................................................................
Using Redundant Management429................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Redundancy Status429................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Or Disabling Redundant Management430................................................................................................................................................................
Directing The Standby Module To Become Active432................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Active Management Module For Next Boot433................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Fabric Modules436................................................................................................................................................................
Management Module Switchover437................................................................................................................................................................
Events That Cause A Switchover437................................................................................................................................................................
When Switchover Will Not Occur437................................................................................................................................................................
Consequences Of Switchover438................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting The Management Module438................................................................................................................................................................
Hotswapping Management Modules439................................................................................................................................................................
Hotswapping Out The Active Management Module439................................................................................................................................................................
When The Standby Module Is Not Available440................................................................................................................................................................
Hotswapping In A Management Module440................................................................................................................................................................
And Hotswapped Module440................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading A New Software Version441................................................................................................................................................................
File Synchronization After Downloading441................................................................................................................................................................
Mismatches After Downloading442................................................................................................................................................................
When The Config Files Are Different443................................................................................................................................................................
When Both Software Version And Config File Are Different443................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading A Software Version Serially If The Management Module Is Corrupted445................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off Redundant Management445................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Redundancy With Two Modules Present445................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Redundancy With Only One Module Present446................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Management Information447................................................................................................................................................................
Active Management Module Commands447................................................................................................................................................................
Show Module447................................................................................................................................................................
Show Redundancy448................................................................................................................................................................
Show Flash448................................................................................................................................................................
Show Version449................................................................................................................................................................
Show Log450................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Management Module Commands450................................................................................................................................................................
Existing Cli Commands Affected By Redundant Management453................................................................................................................................................................
Boot Command453................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Default Flash For Boot455................................................................................................................................................................
Reload Command456................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Commands Affected By Redundant Management458................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Web Browser For Redundant Management460................................................................................................................................................................
Identity Page460................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Page461................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy Status Page461................................................................................................................................................................
Device View Page462................................................................................................................................................................
Management Module Led Behavior464................................................................................................................................................................
Active (actv) Led Behavior464................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Messages465................................................................................................................................................................
Log File465................................................................................................................................................................
Crash Files466................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Boot History466................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On How The Active Module Is Determined468................................................................................................................................................................
Diagram Of Decision Process469................................................................................................................................................................
Redundancy (switch 8212zl)469................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log Messages470................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading Switch Software475................................................................................................................................................................
General Software Download Rules476................................................................................................................................................................
Using Tftp To Download Switch Software From A Server476................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Tftp Download From A Server To Primary Flash477................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Tftp Download From A Server To Flash479................................................................................................................................................................
Using Secure Copy And Sftp481................................................................................................................................................................
How It Works482................................................................................................................................................................
The Scp/sftp Process482................................................................................................................................................................
Disable Tftp And Auto-tftp For Enhanced Security483................................................................................................................................................................
Command Options485................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication486................................................................................................................................................................
Scp/sftp Operating Notes486................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation488................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Xmodem Download To Primary Flash488................................................................................................................................................................
Primary Or Secondary Flash489................................................................................................................................................................
Using Usb To Transfer Files To And From The Switch490................................................................................................................................................................
Using Usb To Download Switch Software491................................................................................................................................................................
Switch-to-switch Download492................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Switch-to-switch Download To Primary Flash493................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Switch-to-switch Downloads494................................................................................................................................................................
Using Pcm+ To Update Switch Software495................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Software Images495................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp: Copying A Software Image To A Remote Host496................................................................................................................................................................
Xmodem: Copying A Software Image From The Switch To A Serially Connected Pc Or Unix Workstation496................................................................................................................................................................
Usb: Copying A Software Image To A Usb Device496................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Switch Configurations497................................................................................................................................................................
Connected Pc Or Unix Workstation498................................................................................................................................................................
Usb: Copying A Configuration File To A Usb Device500................................................................................................................................................................
Usb: Copying A Configuration File From A Usb Device501................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Acl Command Files501................................................................................................................................................................
Tftp: Uploading An Acl Command File From A Tftp Server502................................................................................................................................................................
Usb: Uploading An Acl Command File From A Usb Device504................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Diagnostic Data To A Remote Host, Usb Device, Pc Or Unix Workstation505................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Command Output To A Destination Device505................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Event Log Output To A Destination Device506................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Crash Data Content To A Destination Device506................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Crash Log Data Content To A Destination Device508................................................................................................................................................................
Status And Counters Data515................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access To Status And Counters516................................................................................................................................................................
General System Information517................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access517................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Access517................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Management Address Information518................................................................................................................................................................
Module Information519................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Displaying Port Status519................................................................................................................................................................
Web Access521................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Port And Trunk Group Statistics And Flow Control Status522................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access To Port And Trunk Statistics523................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Access To Port And Trunk Group Statistics524................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Access To View Port And Trunk Group Statistics524................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Switch's Mac Address Tables525................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Access To The Mac Address Views And Searches525................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Access For Mac Address Views And Searches528................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Protocol (mstp) Information529................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Access To Mstp Data529................................................................................................................................................................
Internet Group Management Protocol (igmp) Status530................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Information531................................................................................................................................................................
Web Browser Interface Status Information533................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Mirroring534................................................................................................................................................................
Mirrored Traffic Destinations537................................................................................................................................................................
Local Destinations537................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Destinations537................................................................................................................................................................
Mirrored Traffic Sources537................................................................................................................................................................
Criteria For Selecting Traffic To Mirror538................................................................................................................................................................
Mirrored Traffic Operation And Options538................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring Sessions538................................................................................................................................................................
Endpoint Switches And Intermediate Devices540................................................................................................................................................................
Updating From A Legacy Mirroring Configuration540................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu Or Web Interface To Configure Local Mirroring541................................................................................................................................................................
Menu And Web Interface Limits541................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Steps542................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Local And Remote Mirroring545................................................................................................................................................................
General Steps For Using The Cli To Configure Mirroring546................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Reference To Local Mirroring Set-up548................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Reference To Remote Mirroring Set-up549................................................................................................................................................................
Determine The Mirroring Session Identity And Destination551................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Remote Mirroring Session On Destination Switch551................................................................................................................................................................
Configure The Mirroring Session On The Source Switch553................................................................................................................................................................
Configure Mirroring Sources557................................................................................................................................................................
Traffic Selection Options557................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring Source Limits557................................................................................................................................................................
Using Interface Identity And Direction Of Movement To Select The Traffic To Mirror From A Source Switch558................................................................................................................................................................
Using Acl Assignment And Traffic Direction To Select The Traffic To Mirror From A Source Switch561................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Mirroring Configuration566................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Mirroring Configuration Summary566................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Remote Endpoint Configuration568................................................................................................................................................................
On A Source Switch569................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Mirroring In The Current Configuration File571................................................................................................................................................................
Mirroring Configuration Examples572................................................................................................................................................................
Local Mirroring Destination572................................................................................................................................................................
And An Acl For Mirroring Criteria573................................................................................................................................................................
And Directional Mirroring Criteria576................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Supported Frame Size578................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Jumbo Frames To Increase The Mirroring Path Mtu578................................................................................................................................................................
Untagged, Mirrored Traffic579................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Mirroring582................................................................................................................................................................
Locating A Device582................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Approaches589................................................................................................................................................................
Browser Or Telnet Access Problems590................................................................................................................................................................
Unusual Network Activity592................................................................................................................................................................
General Problems592................................................................................................................................................................
Q Prioritization Problems593................................................................................................................................................................
Acl Problems593................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp-related Problems597................................................................................................................................................................
Lacp-related Problems598................................................................................................................................................................
Mesh-related Problems598................................................................................................................................................................
Port-based Access Control (802.1x)-related Problems598................................................................................................................................................................
Qos-related Problems601................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-related Problems601................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning-tree Protocol (mstp) And Fast-uplink Problems602................................................................................................................................................................
Ssh-related Problems603................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs-related Problems605................................................................................................................................................................
Timep, Sntp, Or Gateway Problems607................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan-related Problems607................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Failure609................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Event Log To Identify Problem Sources610................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Entering And Navigating In The Event Log612................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Listing Events613................................................................................................................................................................
Log Command613................................................................................................................................................................
Show Logging614................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Clearing Event Log Entries614................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Turning Event Numbering On615................................................................................................................................................................
Reducing Duplicate Event Log And Snmp Trap Messages615................................................................................................................................................................
Debug And Syslog Messaging Operation618................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Command Operation619................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Types620................................................................................................................................................................
Debug Destinations622................................................................................................................................................................
Syslog Operation623................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Debug Configuration624................................................................................................................................................................
Steps For Configuring Debug And Syslog Messaging624................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Notes For Debug And Syslog627................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Tools629................................................................................................................................................................
Port Auto-negotiation629................................................................................................................................................................
Ping And Link Tests629................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Executing Ping Or Link Tests631................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Ping Or Link Tests632................................................................................................................................................................
Dns Resolver634................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operation634................................................................................................................................................................
And Traceroute Commands636................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Dns Entry637................................................................................................................................................................
Example Using Dns Names With Ping And Traceroute637................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Dns Configuration640................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Configuration File641................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing The Configuration File641................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Viewing The Configuration File642................................................................................................................................................................
Listing Switch Configuration And Operation Details642................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Administrative And Troubleshooting Commands644................................................................................................................................................................
Traceroute Command645................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring The Factory-default Configuration648................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Resetting To The Factory-default Configuration648................................................................................................................................................................
Clear/reset: Resetting To The Factory-default Configuration648................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring A Flash Image649................................................................................................................................................................
Determining Mac Addresses655................................................................................................................................................................
Menu: Viewing The Switch's Mac Addresses656................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing The Port And Vlan Mac Addresses657................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Mac Addresses Of Connected Devices659................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Information On Resource Usage662................................................................................................................................................................
Policy Enforcement Engine662................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Current Resource Usage663................................................................................................................................................................
When Insufficient Resources Are Available665................................................................................................................................................................

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