Software Manual - Antaira Technologies

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User's Manual
Version 2.8
Software User's Manual
Content
Web Management .............................................................................................................. 4
Connecting to the Web Console Interface ........................................................................................... 4
Status ...................................................................................................................................................... 5
Basic Settings......................................................................................................................................... 6
Basic Settings > System................................................................................................................. 6
Basic Settings > Change Password ............................................................................................... 7
Basic Settings > IP Setting ............................................................................................................. 8
Basic Settings > IPv6 Neighbor Cache .......................................................................................... 9
Basic Settings > IPv6 Setting ....................................................................................................... 10
Basic Settings > System Time ..................................................................................................... 11
Port Management ................................................................................................................................. 12
Port Management > Port Status ................................................................................................... 12
13Port Configuration .................................................................................................................... 13
PoE ........................................................................................................................................................ 15
PoE > PoE Configuration ............................................................................................................. 15
PoE > Ping Alarm ......................................................................................................................... 16
PoE > PoE Schedule .................................................................................................................... 17
ERPS ...................................................................................................................................................... 18
ERPS > ERPS STATUS ............................................................................................................................... 18
ERPS > ERPS Configuration ....................................................................................................... 20
Spanning Tree ................................................................................................................................................... 22
Spanning Tree > RSTP Status ..................................................................................................... 22
Spanning Tree > RSTP Configuration .......................................................................................... 24
Spanning Tree > MSTI Status ...................................................................................................... 26
Spanning Tree > MSTI Configuration ........................................................................................... 27
Spanning Tree > MSTI Port Configuration ................................................................................... 28
IGMP Snooping..................................................................................................................................... 29
IGMP Snooping > IGMP Snooping Stream Table ............................................................................... 29
IGMP Snooping > IGMP Snooping Configuration ........................................................................ 30
VLAN ...................................................................................................................................................... 31
VLAN > QinQ VLAN ..................................................................................................................... 31
32802.1Q VLAN....................................................................................................................... 32
QoS ........................................................................................................................................................ 34
QoS > QoS Classification .............................................................................................................34
QoS > CoS Mapping .................................................................................................................... 36
QoS > DSCP Mapping ................................................................................................................. 37
Port Trunk ................................................................................................................................................... 38
Port Trunk > Trunk Status ............................................................................................................. 38
Port Trunk > Trunk Configuration.................................................................................................. 39
Port Mirroring ....................................................................................................................................... 40
Port Mirroring > Port Mirroring ...................................................................................................... 40
Security ................................................................................................................................................. 42
Security > Security ....................................................................................................................... 42
LLDP ...................................................................................................................................................... 43
LLDP > LLDP Neighbor ................................................................................................................ 43
LLDP > LLDP Configuration ......................................................................................................... 44
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SNMP ..................................................................................................................................................... 45
SNMP > SNMP Agent .................................................................................................................. 45
SNMP > Trap Setting .................................................................................................................... 47
Storm Protection .................................................................................................................................. 48
Storm Protection > Strom Protection............................................................................................ 48
Rate Limit .............................................................................................................................................. 49
Rate Limit > Rate Limit ................................................................................................................. 49
DHCP Server/Relay .............................................................................................................................. 50
DHCP Server/Relay > DHCP Server ........................................................................................... 50
DHCP Server/Relay > DHCP Server Binding .............................................................................. 52
DHCP Server/Relay > DHCP Relay ............................................................................................. 53
802.1X .......................................................................................................................................................... 55
802.1X > 802.1X ....................................................................................................................................... 55
802.1X > Local Database ............................................................................................................. 57
802.1X > RADIUS Server ............................................................................................................. 58
UPnP ...................................................................................................................................................... 59
UPnP > UPnP ............................................................................................................................... 59
Modbus.................................................................................................................................................. 60
Modbus > Modbus ........................................................................................................................ 60
System Warning ................................................................................................................................... 61
System Warning > Syslog Setting ................................................................................................ 61
System Warning > System Event Log .......................................................................................... 62
System Warning > SMTP Setting ................................................................................................. 63
System Warning > Event Selection .............................................................................................. 65
System Warning > Fault Alarm..................................................................................................... 66
MAC Table ................................................................................................................................................... 67
MAC Table > MAC Address Table ......................................................................................................... 67
MAC Table > MAC Table Configuration........................................................................................ 68
Maintenance.......................................................................................................................................... 69
Maintenance > Upgrade ............................................................................................................... 69
Maintenance > Reboot ................................................................................................................. 69
Maintenance > Default ................................................................................................................. 69
Configuration ........................................................................................................................................ 70
Configuration > Save .................................................................................................................... 70
Configuration > Backup & Restore ............................................................................................... 70
Log out .................................................................................................................................................. 71
Command Line Management .......................................................................................... 72
Configuration by serial console .................................................................................................... 72
Configuration by Telnet console ................................................................................................... 72
Commander Groups ..................................................................................................................... 73
Save and Load Configuration File to/from USB ................................................................................ 85
Upgrade via TFTP ................................................................................................................................. 86
Software Manual
Version 1.0 (December 2017)
This manual applies to firmware v2.8 in the following products: LMX-0800(-T), LMX-0802-M(-T), LMX-0802-ST-M(-T),
LMX-0802-S3(-T), LMX-0802-ST-S3(-T), LMX-0800G(-T), LMX-0804G-SFP(-T), LMP-0800G(-T), LMP-0800G-24(-T),
LMP-0804G-SFP(-T), LMP-1002C-SFP(-T), LMP-1002C-SFP-24(-T), LMX-1002C-SFP(-T), LMX-1002G-SFP(-T),
LMX-1202G-SFP(-T), LMX-1204G-SFP(-T), LMP-1002G-SFP(-T), LMP-1002G-SFP-24(-T), LMP-1202G-SFP(-T),
LMP-1204G-SFP(-T)
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Web Management
This section describes the Web console interface for Antaira's Industrial Management Switches. This is
a user-friendly design with advanced management features that allow you to manage switches through
any Internet browser.
Connecting to the Web Console Interface
1.
Initiate a connection from a browser to the default IP address: http://192.168.1.254
The Login page appears.
2.
The administrator username is admin and password is admin by default. Enter the username and
password and then click the Login button.
NOTE: Make sure that the PC and switches are on the same logical subnetwork.
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Status
When logged into the Web Console Interface, the status page will be displayed as shown below.
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Basic Settings
The Basic Settings contain the most common settings for maintenance and control.
Basic Settings > System
System Name
Setting
Max. 32 characters
Description
The name for identifying different devices.
Factory Default
Switch
Description
Describe this device.
Factory Default
According to the
device
Description
The physical location of this device (e.g., telephone
closet, 3rd floor).
Factory Default
None
Description
Maintenance contact information.
Factory Default
None
System Description
Setting
Fixed
System Location
Setting
Max. 32 characters
System Contact
Setting
Max. 32 characters
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Basic Settings > Change Password
The system provides three-level configuration access. The Admin account has read/write access to all
configuration parameters. The Manager account can modify the configuration, but cannot reset to default or
update the firmware. The User account can view the configuration but cannot make changes.
Account
User Account Type
Admin
Manager
User
Description
The administrator has full privileges.
The manager can modify configurations, but cannot reset to default or update
the firmware.
The user can view status and configurations, but cannot change the
configurations in any way.
Password
Setting
Password
Description
Enter a new password.
Factory Default
admin
manager
user
Type the new password again to confirm.
admin
manager
user
(Max. 20 alphanumeric
characters)
Confirmation
(Max. 20 alphanumeric
characters)
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Basic Settings > IP Setting
This page is used to set the device’s IP address; you can use DHCP to allocate IP addresses or use static IP
addresses.
DHCP Client
Checkbox
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Configure IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway and DNS of
this device manually.
The IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway, and DNS will be
assigned to this device automatically by the DHCP server.
Factory Default
Unchecked
IP Address
Setting
IP address of this device
Description
Manually configure an IP address to this device.
Factory Default
192.168.1.254
Description
Manually configure the Subnet mask to the IP
address. (e.g., 255.255.0.0 for a Class B network, or
255.255.255.0 for a Class C network).
Factory Default
255.255.255.0
Description
Manually configure the IP address of the gateway
router.
Factory Default
0.0.0.0
Subnet Mask
Setting
Subnet mask of this device
Gateway
Setting
IP address of the router
DNS
Setting
Description
Factory Default
IP address of the DNS server Manually configure the IP address of the DNS server. None
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Basic Settings > IPv6 Neighbor Cache
The following information provides the current IPv6 neighbors and their states.
Account
Permission
IPv6 Address
Link Layer(MAC) Address
State
Description
The IPv6 address of nodes attached to the same link.
The address at the link layer.
Indicates if the neighbor is functioning properly.
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Basic Settings > IPv6 Setting
This page is used to enable/ disable the IPv6 support.
IPv6 Enable
Checkbox
Checked
Unchecked
Description
Enables IPv6 support.
Disables IPv6 support.
Factory Default
Checked
IPv6 Configuration
Setting
IPv6 Address
Description
Manually configure an IPv6 address on this device.
Factory Default
Dependent on MAC address
You can add IPv6 addresses by clicking the Add
button and use the Delete button to remove them.
IPv6 length Prefix
Configure the bit-length of the prefix.
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Basic Settings > System Time
This page allows you to configure the system time and Network Time Protocol (NTP).
Local Time
Displays the local time of the device.
Current Time
Setting
User-specified time
Description
Configure the local time in 24-hour HH:MM:SS
format.
Factory Default
None
Description
Configure the local date in DD:MM:YY format.
Factory Default
None
Current Date
Setting
User-specified time
Select Your Time Zone
Setting
Time zone
Description
Select your time zone which is used to determine the
local time offset from GMT (Greenwich Mean Time).
Factory Default
UTC (Coordinated Universal
Time)
Enable NTP Client
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Factory Default
Disables time calibration function.
Unchecked
Enables time calibration function based on information from
an NTP server.
Time Server
Setting
Domain name
Description
Assign the NTP server.
Factory Default
2.pool.ntp.org
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Port Management
Port Management > Port Status
This page shows current port status.
Port Status
Item
No.
Link
Speed
Duplex
Rx Byte
Tx Byte
PoE
Description
Port Number
Shows if the port is connected. Up is for Link-up (connected) status, and Down is for
Link-down (non-connected) status.
Displays 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, or 1000 Mbps speed of the connected device.
Displays full or half duplex mode of the connected device.
Number of bytes received (downloaded) by the port.
Number of bytes transmitted (uploaded) by the port.
Indicates the PoE status of the port.
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Port Configuration
This page allows you to configure the ports name, speed, and function.
Port
Item
No.
Link
Description
Port number
Shows if the port is connected or not. Up is for Link-up (connected) status, and Down is
for Link-down (non-connected) status.
Port Name
Setting
Max. 32 alphanumeric
characters
Description
Used to identify the port.
Factory Default
None
Status
Setting
Enable
Disable
Description
Allows data transfer via the port.
Turns off the access through the port.
Factory Default
Enable
Speed/Duplex
Setting
Auto
100FDX
100HDX
10FDX
10HDX
Description
Allows the port to negotiate with the connected device using the IEEE
802.3u protocol. The port and the connected device will determine the
optimum speed for the connection.
Manually select line speed of 100 Mbps full duplex.
Manually select line speed of 100 Mbps half duplex.
Manually select line speed of 10 Mbps full duplex.
Manually select line speed of 10 Mbps half duplex.
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Auto
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Flow Control
Checkbox
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disable the Flow Control function.
Enable Flow Control when Speed/Duplex is set to Auto.
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Unchecked
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PoE
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that uses network cables to carry electrical power and data to
Powered Devices (PD).
PoE > PoE Configuration
This page allows you to control PoE for each port and monitor PD status.
PoE Port
Item
No.
Status
Mode
Consumption
Description
Number of the PoE port.
Indicates the PoE port status.
Enable/ Disable PoE on the port. The default configuration is Enable.
Shows the PoE consumption on the port.
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PoE > Ping Alarm
The PoE ping alarm function uses the ping command to recycle any PoE port. Insert any Powered Device’s
IP address and set the interval time between pings for each port. After 3 pings are not returned, PoE power
will recycle for that individual port.
Ping Alarm
Item
PD
Description
The port number the Powered Device which is connected on the PoE/PSE port.
IP Address
Setting
IP Address
Description
Insert IP address of Powered Device.
Factory Default
None
Description
Set the interval time (second) between pings for
individual port.
Factory Default
None
Cycle Times
Setting
0~65535
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PoE > PoE Schedule
This page allows you to create a schedule for enabling / disabling PoE.
PoE Schedule Tabs
Buttons
Port1~8 buttons
Description
Switch the PoE schedule settings menu from port1 to port8.
Factory Default
Port1
Sunday / Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday Enable
Checkbox
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables the schedule for day selected.
Enables the schedule for day selected.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Description
PoE schedule is disabled.
Select the start and end time for the Powered Device.
Factory Default
Disable
Start/ End Time
Setting
Disable
0~23
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ERPS
Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS), defined in ITU-T G8032, implements a protection switching
mechanism for Ethernet traffic in a ring topology. By performing the ERPS function, potential loops in a
network can be avoided by blocking traffic to flow to the ring protection link (RPL) to protect the entire
Ethernet ring. There can be only one RPL owner and neighbor for each ring. Owner and neighbor ports
must be connected for ring to function properly.
ERPS > ERPS STATUS
Item
Protocol
Description
Indicate ERPS protocol is enabled or disabled.
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Item
Ring ID
Channel
Ring State
Revertive
R-APS MEL
Hold-off Timer Settings
Guard Timer Setting
WTR Timer Setting
NODE State
Description
ERPS ring ID, ranges from 1 to 239. Ring ID distinguishes different ring
topology.
ERPS Channel ID, ranges from 1 to 4094. It’s a channel to send PDUs of
ERPS.
Displays ring port status.
Indicates if Revertive Mode is enabled or disabled.
Displays the R-APS MEL value.
Displays the Hold-off Timer expiration setting.
Displays the Guard Timer expiration setting.
Displays the WTR (Wait to Restore) Timer expiration setting.
The following are the different states for each node of a specific ring:
INIT - Not a participant of a specific ring.
IDLE - No failure on the ring; the node is performing normally. For a normal
node, traffic is unblocked on both ring ports. For the RPL owner or RPL
neighbor, traffic is blocked on the ring port that connects to the RPL and
unblocked on the other ring port.
PROTECTION - A failure occurred on the ring. For a normal node, traffic is
blocked on the ring port that connects to the failing link and unblocked on
working ring ports. For the RPL owner, traffic is unblocked on both ring ports
if they connect to non-failure links.
PENDING - The node is recovering from a failure or its state after a clear
command is used to remove the previous manual command. When a
protection group is configured, the node enters the pending state. When a
node is in pending state, the WTR or WTB timer will be running. All nodes
are in pending state until WTR or WTB timer expire.
FORCE SWITCH - A force switch is issued. When a force switch is issued on
a node in the ring, all nodes in the ring will move into the force switch state.
MANUAL SWITCH - A manual switch is issued. When a manual switch is
issued on a node in the ring, all nodes in the ring will move into the manual
switch state.
Port(x) Information
Item
Port
Role
Description
Port number that is participating in the ring.
The following are the different states for ERPS role:
Owner - In charge of blocking one side of RPL link. It will prevent the packet
flow from its blocked port.
Neighbor - In charge of blocking one side of RPL link. It will prevent the
packet flow from its blocked port.
None - Besides Owner and Neighbor node, all other nodes are defined as
None node.
Status
Receive Node ID
Receive BPR
Display the port status information.
The MAC address of message source node.
Display the Receive BPR value.
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ERPS > ERPS Configuration
This page allows you to enable / disable ERPS and configure the ERPS settings.
NOTE: Before configuring ERPS, rapid spanning tree protocol (RSTP) and multiple spanning tree
protocol is required to be disabled. Only one protocol can be running within a switch at once.
Protocol
Setting
Disable
Enable
Description
Disables ERPS protocol.
Enables ERPS protocol.
Factory Default
Disable
Description
Switch port number that is participating in the ERPS ring.
Factory Default
1
Description
Switch port number that is participating in the ERPS ring.
Factory Default
2
Ring Port 0
Setting
Port number
Ring Port 1
Setting
Port number
NOTE: Ring Port 1 and Ring Port 0 must use different ports on switch.
Role
Setting
None
Owner
Neighbor
Description
Factory Default
Besides Owner and Neighbor node, all other of nodes are defined None
as None nodes.
In charge of blocking one side of the RPL link. This prevents
packet flow from the blocked port.
In charge of blocking one side of the RPL link. This prevents
packet flow from the blocked port.
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Ring ID
Setting
1~239
Description
ERPS ring ID, ranges from 1 to 239. Ring ID distinguishes
different rings.
Factory Default
0
Description
ERPS Channel ID, ranges from 1 to 4094. This is the channel set
to send PDU (protocol data units) for the ERPS ring.
Factory Default
0
Description
The failed ring link and the port attached to it will remain blocked
even the situation is eliminated.
The RPL link will be blocked for the time interval set by WTR
timer after recovery from link failure situation. Otherwise, it will
remain unchanged from the blocking state. That is, the failed link
port will block permanently until the next event happens.
Factory Default
Disable
APS Channel
Setting
1~4094
Revertive
Setting
Disable
Enable
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Spanning Tree
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) is defined by IEEE 802.1w. RSTP is an enhanced version of STP
STP (Spanning Tree Protocol). It shares most of its basic operation characteristics, and creates a cascading
effect away from the root bridge where each designated bridge proposes to its neighbors to determine if it
should disable traffic to prevent a loop.
Spanning Tree > RSTP Status
Root Status
Item
Bridge ID
Root Priority
Root Port
Root Path Cost
Hello Time
Forward Delay
Max Age
Description
The Bridge MAC address.
The lowest priority will become the Root Bridge.
The port receiving traffic from the Root Bridge.
The STP cost between this switch and the current root.
Time interval between each Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) that is sent on a port.
Delay time in seconds unit network converts to forwarding state.
Maximum length of time that passes before a bridge port saves its configuration.
RSTP/CIST Port Status
Item
No.
Description
Port number of the switch.
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Item
Role
Description
The role of the port:
[Root]
The port closest to the root bridge, in terms of least path cost
(based on BPDU), is determined to be the root port.
[Designated] The designated port is the port that can send the best BPDU on the
segment to which it is connected.
Path State
Port Cost
Port Priority
Oper P2P
Oper Edge
[Alternate]
The alternate port roles correspond to the blocking state of RSTP.
[Disabled]
There is no link on the port.
The path to the Root Bridge. Forwarding indicates that traffic is moving across the
port. Discarding indicates that the port is blocking traffic to prevent a loop.
The Root Path Cost of the port.
The Root Priority of the port.
The P2P status of the port.
The Edge status of the port.
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Spanning Tree > RSTP Configuration
This page allows you to enable / disable the RSTP function and configure the settings for each port.
Mode
Setting
Disable
RSTP
MSTP
Description
Disables RSTP function
Enables RSTP function
Enables MSTP function
Factory Default
Disable
Root Priority
Setting
0~61440
Description
The value used to identify the Root Bridge. The
bridge with the lowest value has the highest priority
and is selected as the root. If there is any change of
the value, the switch must be power cycled. The
value must be a multiple of 4096 according to the
standard rule of the protocol.
Factory Default
32768
Description
Controls the time interval to send out the BPDU
packet for checking RSTP’s current status.
Factory Default
2
Root Hello Time
Setting
1~10
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Root Forward Delay
Setting
4~30
Description
Enter a value between 4 and 30 for the number of
seconds a port is to wait before changing from its
learning and listening states to the forwarding state.
Factory Default
15
Description
Enter a value between 6 and 40 for the number
of seconds a bridge waits without receiving STP
configuration messages before attempting a
reconfiguration.
Factory Default
20
Root Maximum Age
Setting
6~40
Path Cost
Setting
0~200000000
Description
Factory Default
Enter a value from 1 through 200000000 to define the 0
path cost for the other switch from this transmitting
switch at the specified port. When path cost is set
to 0, the switches will be setup as automatic data
transmitting.
Priority
Setting
0, 16, 32, 48, 64, 80,
96, 112, 128, 144,
160, 176, 192, 208,
224, 240
Description
Enter a number 0 through 240 to decide which port
should be blocked by priority. The value of priority
must be the multiple of 16.
Factory Default
128
Admin P2P
Some of the rapid state transactions that are possible within RSTP are dependent upon whether the
port concerned can only be connected to exactly one other switch (i.e. it is served by a point-to-point
LAN segment), or it can be connected to two or more switches (i.e. it is served by a shared medium LAN
segment). This function allows the P2P status of the link to be manipulated administratively.
Setting
False
True
Description
Disables P2P function.
Enables P2P function.
Factory Default
False
Edge
Setting
Auto
Admin True
Admin False
Description
Factory Default
If any incoming RST BPDU is received from a
Auto
previously configured Edge port, 802.1W automatically
makes the port as a non-edge port.
Enables Admin Edge Port.
Disables Admin Edge Port.
Admin Non STP
Setting
False
True
Description
Includes the STP mathematic calculation.
Not includes STP mathematic calculation.
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Spanning Tree > MSTI Status
This page shows Multiple Spanning Tree Instance (MSTI) status.
Instance1~15 buttons
These buttons allow you to select Instance Tab #1~#15 to configure each MSTI port Cost & Priority value.
Instance1~15
Item
Root Address
Root Priority
Root Port
Root Path Cost
Description
The root address of the MST instance.
The switch priority for the designated instance.
The root port for the designated instance.
The root cost for the MST instance.
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MSTI Configuration
Item
Name
Revision (0-65535)
Description
The MAC address of the bridge switch.
Specifies the revision level for MSTP that you are configuring on the switch. The
default revision number is 0.
MSTI Instance
Item
Instance
Description
Instance number.
VLAN group
Setting
VLAN Number
Description
Enter VLAN information of the instance. Max value is 4094.
Factory Default
None
Priority
Setting
0~61440
Description
Used to identify the root bridge.
Factory Default
32768
The bridge with the lowest value has the highest priority and is
selected as the root.
The switch is required to reboot when there is a value change.
The value must be a multiple of 4096 according to the standard rule
of the protocol.
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Spanning Tree > MSTI Port Configuration
This page allows you to configure and view parameters per MST Instance.
Instance
Item
No.
Description
Port number of the switch.
Cost
Setting
0~200000000
Description
Defines the path cost value from 1 through 200000000
to the other bridge from this transmitting bridge at the
specified port.
Factory Default
0
Priority
Setting
Description
0, 16, 32, 48, Enter a number 0 through 240 to decide which port should be
64, 80, 96,
blocked by priority. The value of priority must be the multiple of 16.
112, 128, 144,
160, 176, 192,
208, 224, 240
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128
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IGMP Snooping
The Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is a communications protocol used to manage the
membership of Internet Protocol multicast groups. IGMP is used by IP hosts and adjacent multicast routers
to establish multicast group memberships.
IGMP Snooping > IGMP Snooping Stream Table
Multicast filtering is the system by which end stations only receive multicast traffic if they register to join
specific multicast groups. With multicast filtering, network devices only forward multicast traffic to the ports
that are connected to registered end stations.
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IGMP Snooping > IGMP Snooping Configuration
This page allows you to enable / disable the IGMP Snooping function and configure the settings.
IGMP Snooping Enable
Setting
Checked
Unchecked
Description
Enables the IGMP Snooping function.
Disables the IGMP Snooping function.
Factory Default
Checked
Description
Enables the Querier.
Disables the Querier.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Query Enable
Setting
Checked
Unchecked
Query Interval(s)
Setting
1~3600
Description
The frequency at which the querier sends query messages. These
messages are used to build the IGMP snooping tables.
Factory Default
125
Query Max Response Time(s)
Setting
1~12
Description
The maximum response time advertised.
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VLAN
A Virtual LAN (VLAN) is a logical network grouping that limits the broadcast domain which allows users to
isolate network traffic. Only the members of a VLAN will receive traffic from the same members on that
VLAN. Creating a VLAN on a switch is the equivalent of reconnecting a group of network devices to another
Layer 2 switch. However, all the network devices are still physically plugged into the same switch.
VLAN > QinQ VLAN
This page allows you to configure IEEE 802.1Q-in-Q (Q-in-Q) VLAN.
QinQ Ethertype
Setting
0x0001~0xFFFF
Description
Factory Default
It is used to indicate which protocol is encapsulated in
0x88a8
the payload of the frame. The same field is also used
to indicate the size of some Ethernet frames. Ethertype
was first defined by the Ethernet II framing standard,
and later adapted for the IEEE 802.3 standard.
Port
Item
Port No.
Description
Number of the port.
Port Mode
Setting
Customer
Dot1q-tunnel
Provider
Description
Specifics the port to the general port.
Specifics the port to the client port.
Specifics the port to the ISP port.
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Customer
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802.1Q VLAN
This page allows you to configure VLAN (IEEE 802.1Q) protocol.
Management VLAN ID
Setting
1~4094
Description
Factory Default
Set the VLAN ID of management VLAN. The management 1
VLAN is the VLAN on which the switch expects to receive
management traffic.
802.1Q VLAN
Item
ID
Name
Description
The ID of the VLAN.VLANs that have the same ID will be treated as
if on the same network. Devices with different VLAN IDs will not be
able to see each other.
The name of this VLAN. VLAN names can be different in each
switch.
Factory Default
None
None
802.1Q VLAN PVID/ Filter
Item
Port
PVID
Description
Number of the port.
When a frame comes into the port, it will be tagged with the
PVID if the frame is without VLAN tag.
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Item
Ingress Acceptable
Frame Types Filter
Description
Factory Default
An incoming frame will be dropped or forwarded according to the All
port filter.
[All]
All frames are forwarded.
[Tagged]
Only the frames with 802.1Q tags can be forwarded,
untagged frames will be dropped.
[Untagged] Only the frames without an 802.1Q tag can be
forwarded, tagged frames will be dropped.
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QoS
QoS provides the ability to assign different priorities to different devices which can be improved through
traffic shaping methods. These methods include prioritization of packets and device classification. A priority
queue is a data type which identifies an item with the highest priority in a system. The CoS Mapping is
used to map each CoS value to a QoS priority queue. The purpose of this is to prioritize types of traffic at
congestion points of the network.
Some devices provide QoS based IEEE 802.1p Class of Service (CoS) values and Differentiated Services
Code Point (DSCP) values for implementing Quality of Service (QoS) at the Media Access Control level.
QoS > QoS Classification
This page allows you to configure QoS Classification.
Queue Scheduling
Setting
Weighted
Strict
Description
Weighting applies a round robin priority to the queues. The
queues are emptied from highest to lowest priority by frame rates
of 8, 4, 2, 1.
Gives egress queues with higher priority to be transmitted first
before lower priority queues are serviced. An entire queue must
be emptied before moving to the next set.
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Trust Mode
Setting
DSCP
Description
Factory Default
Only trusted DSCP (Differentiated Services Code Point) values
DSCP
are mapped to a specific QoS class and drop precedence level
(DPL). Frames with untrusted DSCP values are treated as non-IP
frames.
CoS
(Class of Service) is known as 802.1p. It describes that the output
priority of a packet is determined by user priority field in 802.1Q
VLAN tag. The priority value supports 0 to 7 CoS values mapped
to 4 priority levels.
Queues
Highest, SecHigh, SecLow, and Lowest.
Default CoS
Setting
0~7
Description
Set each port’s priority queue from 0 to 7. By default, 0 is
the highest, and 7 is the lowest.
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QoS > CoS Mapping
This page allows you to configure Class of Service (CoS) Mapping.
CoS Mapping
Setting
0(Lowest)~7(Highest)
Description
Maps different CoS values to 0~7 designated egress
queues.
Factory Default
0: 1
1: 0(Lowest)
2: 2
3: 3
4: 4
5: 5
6: 6
7: 7(Highest)
NOTE: Priority 0 is set as queue 1 so unprioritized packets are given some weight in the network.
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QoS > DSCP Mapping
This page allows you to configure Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) Mapping.
DSCP Mapping
Setting
0(Lowest)~7(Highest)
Description
Maps different DSCP values to 0~7 designated egress
queues.
Factory Default
0~7: 0(Lowest)
8~15: 1
16~23: 2
24~31: 3
32~39: 4
40~47: 5
48~55: 6
56~63: 7(Highest)
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Port Trunk
Port Trunk, also called Link Aggregation, is a method of combining multiple network connections in parallel.
This is to increase throughput beyond what a single connection could sustain. For example, if the
application requires a 5-Gigabit link, and each port supports only 1-Gigabit link, the Port Trunk allows users
to link 5, 1-Gigabit ports together to obtain a 5-Gigabit trunk. There are 2 types of Port Trunk. One is LACP
(dynamic) and the other is Static.
● LACP mode is more flexible, and it can change modes to either trunk or single port.
● Dynamic Port Trunk also provides a redundancy function in case one of the links fail. If one of the
trunk members has failed, it will still work well in LACP mode. Please note, it will show link down if
using static mode. Although it is not advised, static mode is still necessary as some devices only
support static trunks.
Port Trunk > Trunk Status
Aggregation
Item
Group
Type
Port
Description
Trunk group number.
Truck type of aggregated group (LACP or static).
The port numbers of aggregated group members.
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Port Trunk > Trunk Configuration
Aggregation Group Type
Item
Group ID
Description
Name of aggregated ports.
DSCP Mapping
Setting
LACP
Static
Description
Dynamic trunking. If a link in a trunk goes down, the
traffic will be routed to the remaining links.
Static trunking. If any link goes down in the trunk, the
entire trunk will go down.
Factory Default
LACP
Aggregation Group Member
Item
Port No.
Description
The port number on the switch being aggregated into a group.
Group ID
Setting
None
Trunk1~Trunk8
Description
Disables the mapping function.
Assigns port to Trunk1~Trunk8.
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Port Mirroring
Port mirroring is an approach to monitoring network traffic that involves forwarding a copy of each packet
from one network switch port to another.
Port Mirroring > Port Mirroring
This page allows you to enable / disable port mirroring feature. When enabled, a matching copy of frames
will be mirrored to the destination port specified in the port mirroring interface.
Port Mirroring Mode
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables Port Mirroring function.
Enables Port Mirroring function.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Description
No destination port.
Select one port to be the destination (mirroring) port for
monitoring both RX and TX traffic coming from the source
port.
Factory Default
None
Destination Port
Setting
None
Port number
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Monitor Direction
Setting
None
Tx
Rx
Tx/Rx
Description
Disables monitor function.
Monitors Tx traffic coming (outgoing traffic).
Monitors Rx traffic coming (incoming traffic).
Monitors Tx/Rx traffic coming (Bi directional traffic).
Factory Default
None
Source Port: Port1 ~ Port12
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables Port Mirroring function of the port.
Enables Port Mirroring function of the port to send traffic to
the destination port.
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Security
You can access the command-line interface and web interface on the device over the network. This page
allows you to enable / disable the Telnet, SSH, HTTP, and HTTPS access.
Security > Security
telnet enable
Setting
Checked
Unchecked
Description
Allows telnet access.
Denies telnet access.
Factory Default
Checked
Description
Allows ssh access.
Denies ssh access.
Factory Default
Checked
Description
Allows http access.
Denies http access.
Factory Default
Checked
Description
Allows https access.
Denies https access.
Factory Default
Checked
ssh enable
Setting
Checked
Unchecked
http enable
Setting
Checked
Unchecked
https enable
Setting
Checked
Unchecked
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LLDP
LLDP is a neighbor discovery protocol that is used for network devices to advertise information about
themselves to other devices on the network. This protocol runs over the data-link layer which allows two
systems running different network layer protocols to learn about each other.
LLDP > LLDP Neighbor
LLDP Neighbor
Item
Local Port
Chassis ID
Remote Port ID
System Name
Port Description
System Capabilities
Description
The port which connects directly / indirectly to the LLDP device used to
transmit/ receive LLDP packets.
The MAC address of the LLDP neighbor.
The number of the port which connects directly / indirectly to this local switch.
The device name defined on the LLDP neighbor.
The description for the port defined on the LLDP neighbor.
The capabilities of the LLDP neighbor, including:
1. Bridge: Layer 2 devices, like switches, used in LAN
2. Router: Layer 3 devices which used to connect to Internet
3. WLAN Access Point: Wireless devices
Capabilities always followed by a (+) or (-). (+) means enabled and (-) means
disabled.
Management Address
The IP address of the LLDP neighbor. User can access and configure the
system by this management address.
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LLDP > LLDP Configuration
This page allows you to enable / disable the LLDP function and configure the settings.
LLDP Enable
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables LLDP function.
Enables LLDP function.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Description
Sets the transmit interval of LLDP messages (in seconds).
Factory Default
30
LLDP Timer
Setting
5~32768
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SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is the protocol developed to manage nodes (servers,
workstations, routers, switches, hubs, etc.) on an IP network. SNMP enables network administrators to
manage network performance, find and solve network problems, and plan for network growth. Network
management systems become aware of problems by receiving traps or change notices from network
devices implementing SNMP.
SNMP > SNMP Agent
SNMP Version
Setting
v1, v2c, v3
v1, v2c-only
v3-only
None
Description
Specifies the SNMP protocol compatible v1, v2c, & v3
versions.
Specifies the SNMP protocol compatible v1 & v2c
versions.
Specifies the SNMP protocol compatible only v3 version.
Disables the SNMP agent.
Factory Default
v1, v2c, v3
Read-Only Community
Setting
Max. 32 characters
Description
Factory Default
Specifies the community string to verify read-only access public
to the SNMP agent. The SNMP agent will use this
community string to access all objects with read-only
permissions.
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Read and Write Community
Setting
Max. 32 characters
Description
Specifies the community string to verify read and write
access to the SNMP agent. The SNMP agent will use
this community string to access all objects with read and
write permissions.
Factory Default
private
Description
Authentication without encryption.
Authentication with encryption.
No authentication.
Factory Default
Auth-only
Description
Authentication is performed by using a SHA privKey.
Authentication is performed by using an MD5 privKey.
Factory Default
SHA
Description
The string is used to authenticate (Admin and Manager).
Factory Default
None
Admin Auth Level
Setting
Auth-only
Both
None
Admin Auth Type
Setting
SHA
MD5
Auth Passphrase
Setting
8~32 characters
Admin Data Encrypt Type
Setting
AES
DES
Description
Encrypts administrator’s data with AES algorithm.
Encrypts administrator’s data with DES algorithm.
Factory Default
AES
Description
This string is used to encrypt data (Admin).
Factory Default
None
Encrypt Passphrase
Setting
8~32 characters
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SNMP > Trap Setting
This page allows you to enable / disable the SNMP Trap function and configure the settings.
Trap Mode
Setting
None
Trap v1
Trap v2c
Inform (v2c)
Description
Disables SNMP Trap.
Send SNMP v1 trap message once.
Send SNMP v2c trap message once.
Retry to send SNMP v2c trap message based on the
number of Inform Retry settings.
Factory Default
None
Inform Retry
Setting
1~100
Description
Factory Default
Specifies the number of times the SNMP agent should
5
resend the inform if it does not get the acknowledgment
after sending the inform once. This field is valid only when
Trap Mode is set to Inform.
Inform Timeout
Setting
1~300 (in second)
Description
Specifies the time that the agent should wait after
sending a confirmation request. This field is valid only
when Trap Mode is set to Inform.
Factory Default
1
Description
The IP address of the SNMP Server where the trap will
be sent.
Factory Default
None
Description
The community string used for authentication.
Factory Default
None
Trap Destination IP
Setting
IP address
Community
Setting
Max. 32 characters
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Storm Protection
Storm Protection > Strom Protection
Frame Type
Item
UniCast
Multicast
Broadcast
Description
Enables or disables UniCast traffic storm control.
Enables or disables Multicast traffic storm control.
Enables or disables Broadcast traffic storm control.
Factory Default
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Rate(fps)
Setting
Description
1K~1024K selection Specifies maximum rate at which packet type is forwarded.
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Rate Limit
Rate Limit > Rate Limit
Rate Limit
Item
No.
Description
Port number of the switch.
Ingress
Setting
1~10000 (*100k bps)
Description
Ingress Rate Limiting restricts the speed of incoming
traffic from a particular device to the switch port.
Factory Default
None
Description
Egress Rate Limiting restricts the speed of outgoing traffic
from witch port to a particular device.
Factory Default
None
Egress
Setting
1~10000 (*100k bps)
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DHCP Server/Relay
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a standardized network protocol. It is used on Internet
Protocol (IP) networks for dynamically distributing network configuration parameters. For example, devices
can request IP addresses for interfaces from a DHCP server. Using DHCP can also reduce the need for a
network administrator or a user to configure these settings manually.
The protocol operates based on the client-server model. When DHCP Clients connect to a network, they
will send a broadcast query to request necessary information from a DHCP server. DHCP Servers manage
a pool of IP addresses and network configuration information. If they get queries from DHCP Clients, they
will automatically distribute IP addresses and network parameters to them.
DHCP Server/Relay > DHCP Server
This page allows you to enable / disable the DHCP Server function and configure the settings.
Server Status
Status
Down
Up
Description
The DHCP Server is disabled.
The DHCP Server is enabled.
Enable
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables the DHCP Server feature.
Enables the DHCP Server feature.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Description
The starting IP address of the pool that DHCP Server
managed.
Factory Default
None
Description
The ending IP address of the pool that DHCP Server
managed.
Factory Default
None
Included Start Address
Setting
IP address
Included End Address
Setting
IP address
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Default Gateway
Setting
IP address
Description
The default gateway IP address.
Factory Default
None
Description
The DNS server IP address.
Factory Default
None
Description
Sets the time period for the server to lease an address to a
device.
Factory Default
60
Name Server
Setting
IP address
Lease Time
Setting
IP address
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DHCP Server/Relay > DHCP Server Binding
DHCP Server Binding
There are 32 Binding MAC settings available. You can enter ID from 01 to 32 to verify Binding MAC and
Binding IP. And you can also add Binding ID by clicking the Add button and using the Delete button to
remove them.
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DHCP Server/Relay > DHCP Relay
DHCP Relay Agents help DHCP Clients forwarding request to DHCP Servers. With DHCP Relay Agents,
DHCP Servers and Clients will not know each other. A Relay Agent can connect to more than 1 DHCP
Server, so that DHCP Clients will have more resources.
Enable
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables the DHCP Relay agent.
Enables the DHCP Relay agent.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Description
Disables the DHCP Relay Option 82.
Enables the DHCP Relay Option 82.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Description
The IP address of the first DHCP server that Relay Agent
connects to.
Factory Default
None
Description
The IP address of the second DHCP server that Relay
Agent connects to.
Factory Default
None
Relay Option 82
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Relay to server1
Setting
IP address
Relay to server2
Setting
IP address
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Relay to server3
Setting
IP address
Description
The IP address of the third DHCP server that Relay Agent
connects to.
Factory Default
None
Relay to server4
Setting
IP address
Description
Factory Default
The IP address of the fourth DHCP server that Relay Agent None
connects to.
DHCP Relay Untrust
Terms
No.
Relay Untrust
Description
Port number of the switch.
Per-port Enable or Disable Relay Trust. DHCP frames can pass that port
when it is set to Enable only.
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802.1X
802.1X is an IEEE Standard for Port-based Network Access Control. It provides an authentication
mechanism to devices that wish to attach to a LAN or WLAN. This port-based network access control
protocol contains 3 parts, supplicant, authenticator, and authentication server. With 802.1X authentication,
we can link a user-name with an IP address, MAC address, and port. This provides greater visibility into
the network. 802.1X also provides more security because it only allows traffic transmitting on authenticated
ports or MAC addresses. The IEEE standard defines it as a Port-based control, to provide more robust
service.
802.1X > 802.1X
802.1X Enable
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables the 802.1X protocol.
Enables the 802.1X protocol.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Description
Use the RADIUS Server settings for authentication.
Use the Local Database settings for authentication.
Factory Default
Radius
Server Type
Setting
Radius
Local
Enable Port
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Factory Default
Disables authentication before connecting to a LAN or
Unchecked
WAN.
Enables authentication before connecting to a LAN or WAN.
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Re-Auth
Setting
Checked
Unchecked
Description
Enables waiting for a period of time before re-authentication.
Disables waiting for a period of time before re-authentication.
Factory Default
Checked
Re-Auth Period (Sec.)
Setting
60~65535
Description
Specifics a period of time in seconds for re-authentication.
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802.1X > Local Database
Local Database
Terms
User Name
Password
Confirm Password
Description
The user name used to authenticate in 802.1X when server is set to Local.
The password used to authenticate in 802.1X when server is set to Local.
Type the password again to confirm.
You can add a local database by clicking the Add button and using the Delete button to remove them.
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802.1X > RADIUS Server
RADIUS is used in the authentication process. Database of authorized users is maintained on a RADIUS
server. There is an authenticator, our switch enabling 802.1X, to forward the authentication requests
between authentication (RADIUS) server and client. Allowing or denying the requests decides if the client
can connect to a LAN/WAN or not.
1st Server IP
Setting
IP address
Description
The IP address of the first RADIUS server.
Factory Default
None
Description
The UDP port of the first RADIUS Server.
Factory Default
None
Description
A key to be shared with the first RADIUS server. It must be
the same key of the first RADIUS server.
Factory Default
None
Description
The IP address of the second RADIUS server.
Factory Default
None
Description
The UDP port of the second RADIUS server.
Factory Default
None
1st Server Port
Setting
Numerical
1st Server Shared Key
Setting
1~32 characters
2nd Server IP
Setting
IP address
2nd Server Port
Setting
Numerical
2nd Server Shared Key
Setting
1~32 characters
Description
Factory Default
A key to be shared with the second RADIUS server. It must None
be the same key of the first RADIUS server.
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UPnP
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is a set of networking protocols that were promoted by the UPnP Forum.
UPnP Protocol permits networked devices to discover each other’s presence on the network and seamlessly
establish functional network services for data sharing, communications, and entertainment.
The concept of UPnP is an extension of plug-and-play – a technology for dynamically attaching devices
directly to a computer. But UPnP is not directly related to the earlier plug-and-play technology any more.
UPnP devices are plug-and-play in that when connected to a network, they automatically establish working
configurations with other devices.
UPnP > UPnP
UPnP Enable
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables the UPnP protocol.
Enables the UPnP protocol.
Factory Default
Unchecked
UPnP Interval (sec)
Setting
300~86400
Description
Specifics a timeout interval in seconds.
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1800
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Modbus
Modbus is a serial communications protocol that is used with industrial automation equipment such as
programmable logic controllers (PLCs), sensors, and meters. It is a common, simple, and robust method of
connecting industrial devices.
MODBUS TCP is a variant of the MODBUS family. This vendor-neutral communication protocol is commonly
used for the integration of a SCADA system.
According to the standard, Modbus TCP encapsulates the message with an Ethernet TCP/IP wrapper.
Modbus > Modbus
Modbus TCP Enable
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables Modbus TCP.
Enables Modbus TCP.
Factory Default
Unchecked
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System Warning
The System Warning function is vital for managing a switch. Users can manage the switch with Syslog,
System Event Log, SMTP, and Fault Alarms. By setting up all these system warning features, users will
receive warnings when events occur. It increases the flexibility and capability for the user to monitor the
remote site network and device statuses.
System Warning > Syslog Setting
Syslog Mode
Setting
Disable
Local Only
Remote Only
Local and Remote
Description
Factory Default
Disables Syslog event notifications.
Disable
Transmits event notification messages to the local system.
Transmits event notification messages to the remote Syslog
server.
Transmits event notification messages to both of the local
system and the remote Syslog server.
Syslog Server IP Address
Setting
IP address
Description
The IP address of the Syslog server.
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System Warning > System Event Log
The system list window displays up to 5 pages of system event log information.
You can click the Refresh button to update system event log information.
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System Warning > SMTP Setting
The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is for e-mail transmission.
Email Alert
Setting
Disable
Enable
Description
Disables transmission system warning events by e-mail.
Enables transmission system warning events by e-mail.
Factory Default
Disable
SMTP Server Address
Setting
IP address
Description
The IP address of the SMTP server.
Factory Default
None
Description
The recipients will see in the From field of the Email alert.
Factory Default
None
Description
The subject of the Email alert.
Factory Default
None
Sender E-mail Address
Setting
E-mail address
Mail Subject
Setting
Max. 320 characters
Authentication
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Send Email alerts without SMTP authentication.
Send Email alerts with SMTP authentication.
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Username
Setting
Max. 320 characters
Description
The authentication username.
Factory Default
None
Description
The authentication password.
Factory Default
None
Password
Setting
Max. 320 characters
Recipient E-mail Address 1~4
Setting
E-mail address
Description
You can set up to 4 recipient e-mail addresses to receive
any system warning message.
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System Warning > Event Selection
This page allows you to select an event type, such as System Cold Start, Link Up, Link Down, Link Up and
Down Link, and to send a system warning message to SYSLOG or SMTP. Cold start indicates that the unit
had been rebooted.
System Cold Start - Syslog
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables recording system cold start events to Syslog.
Enables recording system cold start events to Syslog.
Factory Default
Unchecked
System Cold Start - SMTP
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables recording system cold start events to SMTP.
Enables recording system cold start events to SMTP.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Description
Disables recording port Link Up/ Link Down events to Syslog.
Enables recording port Link Up/ Link Down event to Syslog.
Factory Default
Disable
Description
Disables recording port Link Up/ Link Down events to SMTP.
Enables recording port Link Up/ Link Down event to SMTP.
Factory Default
Disable
Port - Syslog
Setting
Disable
Enable
Port - SMTP
Setting
Disable
Enable
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System Warning > Fault Alarm
This page allows you to select the fault alarms you would like to receive.
Power1 Failure
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Disables Power1 Failure LED indicator on the device’s front
panel.
Enables Power1 Failure LED indicator on the device’s front
panel.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Description
Disables Power2 Failure LED indicator on the device’s front
panel.
Enables Power2 Failure LED indicator on the device’s front
panel.
Factory Default
Unchecked
Power2 Failure
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Link Down/ Broken
Setting
Unchecked
Checked
Description
Factory Default
Disables Link Down/ Broken LED indicator on the LAN port
Unchecked
jack.
Enables Link Down/ Broken LED indicator on the LAN port jack.
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MAC Table
MAC Table > MAC Address Table
The MAC address table is the filtering database that supports queries by the forwarding process, as to
whether a frame received by a given port with a given destination MAC address is to be forwarded through a
given potential transmission port.
MAC Address Table
Terms
VID
MAC
Type
Port
Description
The ID of VLAN.
The MAC address.
The type of this MAC address.
The port on the switch to which the MAC address belongs.
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MAC Table > MAC Table Configuration
This page allows you to configure the MAC Table.
Add MAC Address
Terms
VID
MAC
01~12 (numbers depend on
the device)
Description
Specifics the ID of VLAN.
Specifics the MAC address.
Specifics list of ports on the switch.
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Maintenance
In the Maintenance menu, you can upgrade the firmware, reboot, and restore the default value.
Maintenance > Upgrade
Upgrading the firmware
To upgrade firmware on the device, follow the below steps:
1.
Download the firmware file from Antaira’s website and store to your PC.
2.
Log into the Admin user on the device.
3.
Go to Maintenance > Upgrade page.
4.
Click Choose File button to select the file you have downloaded.
5.
Click Upload button. It may take a few minutes. Do not turn off the device.
Maintenance > Reboot
You can reboot the device by clicking the Apply button on Maintenance > Reboot page.
Maintenance > Default
You can reset the switch to Factory Default values by clicking the Apply button on Maintenance > Default
page.
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Configuration
In the Configuration menu, you can save, backup, and restore settings.
Configuration > Save
You can click the Save button on Configuration > Save page once all the settings had been configured.
Configuration > Backup & Restore
Configuration Management
Feature
Backup Configuration
Upload Configuration
Description
Stores the configuration backup file.
Restore the configuration backup from the backup file.
User Management
Feature
Save Running Config to USB
Save Startup Config to USB
Upload Config from USB
Description
Stores the running-config file to the USB drive.
Stores the startup-config file to the USB drive.
Restore the startup-config file from the USB drive.
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Log out
You can logout of the web management by clicking Log out from the menu.
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Command Line Management
You can configure the switch using command line.
Configuration by serial console
1.
Connect your PC to the switches’ console port.
2.
Launch the serial terminal program.
3.
Configure the port settings of the serial terminal program to match the console port:
● 115200 baud
● 8 data bits
● No parity
● 1 stop bit
● No flow control
4.
The administrator username is admin and the password is admin by default. Enter the username and
password to login the serial console.
User Access Verification
Username: admin
Password:
SWES> en
SWES# configure terminal
Configuration by Telnet console
1.
Connect your PC and the switches on the same logical subnetwork.
2.
Launch the Telnet program.
3.
Configure the switches default settings of the Telnet program:
● IP Address: 192.168.1.254
● Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
● Default Gateway: none
4.
The administrator username is admin and the password is admin by default. Enter the username and
password to login the Telnet console.
User Access Verification
Username: admin
Password:
SWES> en
SWES# configure terminal
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Commander Groups
System Group
Command
hostname [ Switch ]
no hostname
system location [ none ]
system contact [ none ]
no system location
no system contact
show system uptime
show system mac
show system version firmware
show system version loader
Username [ admin | manager | user ] password [ PASSWORD ]
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
IP Group
Command
boot host dhcp
ip address [ ip_addr ] [ ip_mask ]
ip default-gateway [ ip_router ]
ip name-server [ ip_addr_string ]
no boot host dhcp
no ip default-gateway
no ip name-server
show boot host dhcp
show ip address
show ip default-gateway
show ip name-server
show ip mode
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
Time Group
Command
ntp time update
ntp client timeserver [ ip_addr_string ]
clock time [ hh:mm:ss ] [ day ] [ month ] [ year ]
clock time zone [ area ] [ city ]
ntp client sync [ minute | hour | day | month | year ] [ NUMBER ]
no ntp client timeserver
no clock time zone
no ntp client sync [ minute | hour | day | month | year ] [ NUMBER ]
show ntp client timeserver
show clock time zone
show ntp client sync [ minute | hour | day | month | year ] [ NUMBER ]
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configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
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Port Group
Command
speed duplex [ 10 | 100 | 1000 ] [ full | halp ]
flowcontrol [ on | off ]
name [ string ]
shutdown
no speed duplex
no flowcontrol
no name
no shutdown
show speed duplex
show flowcontrol
show name
show link rx
show link tx
show link summary
rate-limit [ egress | ingress ] [ RATE VALUE ]
no rate-limit egress
no rate-limit ingress
show link status
show interface transceiver
Mode
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
configure
VLAN Group
Command
management vlan [ vlan_id ]
Mode
configure
name [ vlan_name ]
vlan
member [ member_portlist ] [ <untag_portlist> ]
switchport pvid [ vlan_id ]
switchport filter [ tagged | untagged ]
no name
no member
no switchport pvid
no switchport filter
show name
show member
show switchport pvid
show switchport filter
switchport mode [ d(dot1q-tunnel) | c(customer) | p(provider) ]
vlan
interface
interface
vlan
vlan
interface
interface
vlan
vlan
interface
interface
interface
ERPS Group
Command
ethernet ring erps major
enable
disable
rpl [ port0 | port1 ] [ owner | neighbor ]
aps-channel [ channel ID ]
revertive
Mode
configure
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
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Command
clear
port0 interface [ interface name ]
port1 interface [ interface name ]
fs [ port0 | port1 ]
ms [ port0 | port1 ]
ring-id [ erps ring ID ]
timer hold-off [ 0~1000 ]
timer guard [ 10~2000 ]
timer wtr [ 1~12 ]
no rpl [ port0 | port1 ]
no aps-channel
no revertive
no port0
no port1
no ring-id
no timer hold-off
no timer guard
no timer wtr
show status
show brief
show port status
show configuration
mel [ 0~7 ]
no fs
no ms
Mode
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
erps
PoE Group
Command
power inline never
keepalive ip [ IP_Address ]
keepalive time [ seconds ]
schedule [ monday~sunday ] enable
schedule [ monday~sunday ] starttime [ Hour ]
schedule [ monday~sunday ] endtime [ Hour ]
no power inline never
no keepalive ip
no keepalive time
no schedule [ monday~sunday ] enable
no schedule [ monday~sunday ] starttime
no schedule [ monday~sunday ] endtime
show power inline status
show keepalive ip
show keepalive time
show schedule [ monday~sunday ] enable
show schedule [ monday~sunday ] starttime
Mode
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
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Command
show schedule [ monday~sunday ] endtime
Mode
interface
STP Group
Command
spanning-tree mode [ rstp | mst ]
spanning-tree priority [ priority value ]
spanning-tree forward-time [ forward time ]
spanning-tree hello-time [ hello time ]
spanning-tree max-age [ max_age ]
spanning-tree cost [ link_cost_value ]
spanning-tree port-priority [ port priority ]
spanning-tree link-type [ point-to-point | point-to-multiple ]
spanning-tree auto-edge off
spanning-tree admin-edge on
spanning-tree stp disable
no spanning-tree mode
no spanning-tree priority
no spanning-tree forward-time
no spanning-tree hello-time
no spanning-tree max-age
no spanning-tree mst [ instance_ID ] priority
no spanning-tree cost
no spanning-tree port-priority
no spanning-tree link-type
no spanning-tree auto-edge
no spanning-tree admin-edge
no spanning-tree stp
show spanning-tree mode
show spanning-tree priority
show spanning-tree forward-time
show spanning-tree hello-time
show spanning-tree max-age
show spanning-tree cost
show spanning-tree port-priority
show spanning-tree link-type
show spanning-tree auto-edge
show spanning-tree admin-edge
show spanning-tree stp
spanning-tree mst [ instance_ID ] priority [ priority ]
spanning-tree mst name [ NAME ]
spanning-tree mst revision [ REVISION ]
spanning-tree mst instance [ instance_ID ] vlan [ vlan_grp ]
spanning-tree mst [ instance_ID ] cost [ cost_value ]
spanning-tree mst [ instance_ID ] port-priority [ priority ]
no spanning-tree mst name
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Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
configure
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Command
no spanning-tree mst revision
no spanning-tree mst instance [ instance_ID ] vlan
no spanning-tree mst [ instance_ID ] cost
no spanning-tree mst [ instance_ID ] port-priority
show spanning-tree mst name
show spanning-tree mst revision
show spanning-tree mst instance [ instance_ID ] vlan
show spanning-tree mst [ instance_ID ] priority
show spanning-tree mst [ instance_ID ] cost
show spanning-tree mst [ instance_ID ] port-priority
Mode
configure
configure
interface
interface
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
Event Group
Command
event smtp power1 enable
event smtp power2 enable
event smtp cold-start enable
event smtp warm-start enable
event smtp authentication-failure enable
event smtp erps-change enable
event smtp interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] up
event smtp interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] down
no event smtp power1
no event smtp power2
no event smtp cold-start
no event smtp warm-start
no event smtp authentication-failure
no event smtp erps-change
no event smtp interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] up
no event smtp interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] down
show event smtp power1
show event smtp power2
show event smtp cold-start
show event smtp warm-start
show event smtp authentication-failure
show event smtp erps-change
show event smtp interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] up
show event smtp interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] down
event syslog power1 enable
event syslog power2 enable
event syslog cold-start enable
event syslog warm-start enable
event syslog authentication-failure enable
event syslog erps-change enable
event syslog interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] up
event syslog interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] down
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Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
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Command
no event syslog power1
no event syslog power2
no event syslog cold-start
no event syslog warm-start
no event syslog authentication-failure
no event syslog erps-change
no event syslog interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] up
no event syslog interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] down
show event syslog power1
show event syslog power2
show event syslog cold-start
show event syslog warm-start
show event syslog authentication-failure
show event syslog erps-change
show event syslog interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] up
show event syslog interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] down
event alarm power1 enable
event alarm power2 enable
event alarm interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] down
no event alarm power1
no event alarm power2
no event alarm interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] down
show event alarm power1
show event alarm power2
show event alarm interface [ INTERFACE_NAME ] down
event apply
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
Syslog Group
Command
syslog server [ IP_address ]
syslog mode [ all | local | remote ]
no syslog server
no syslog mode
show syslog server
show syslog mode
show syslog log
syslog apply
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
SMTP Group
Command
smtp enable
smtp sender [ E-MAIL_ADDR ]
smtp subject [ subject_text ]
smtp server address [ GMAIL_SMPT_SERVER ]
smtp server port [ GMAIL_SMPT_SERVER ]
smtp authentication enable
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
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Command
smtp authentication username [ GMAIL_ACCOUNT ]
smtp authentication password [ GMAIL_PASS ]
smtp receive [ 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 ] [ e-mail_address ]
no smtp enable
no smtp sender
no smtp subject
no smtp server address
no smtp server port
no smtp authentication enable
no smtp authentication username
no smtp authentication password
no smtp receive [ 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 ]
show smtp state
show smtp sender
show smtp subject
show smtp server address
show smtp server port
show smtp authentication enable
show smtp authentication username
show smtp receive [ 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 ]
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
SNMP Group
Command
snmp server enable [ <v1-v2c-only | v3-only> ]
snmp server community [ ro | rw ] [ community_name ]
snmp server v3 level [ admin | user ] [ auth | noauth | priv ]
snmp server v3 auth [ admin | user ] [ md5 | sha ] [ PWD ]
snmp server v3 encryption [ admin | user ] [ des | aes ] [ PWD ]
no snmp server enable
no snmp server community [ ro | rw ]
no snmp server v3 level [ admin | user ]
no snmp server v3 auth [ admin | user ]
no snmp server v3 encryption [ admin | user ]
show snmp server enable
show snmp server community [ ro | rw ]
show snmp server v3 level [ admin | user ]
show snmp server v3 auth [ admin | user ]
show snmp server v3 encryption [ admin | user ]
snmp trap enable
snmp trap host [ DESTINATION_IP ]
snmp trap version [ 1 | 2c | 3 ] [ traps | inform ]
snmp trap community [ trap_community_name ]
snmp trap inform retry [ retry_time ]
snmp trap inform timeout [ retry_interval ]
snmp trap v3 user [ user_ID ]
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Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
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Command
snmp trap v3 level [ auth | noauth | priv ]
snmp trap v3 engine-ID [ engineID ]
snmp trap v3 auth [ md5 | sha ] [ PASSWORD ]
snmp trap v3 encryption [ des | aes ] [ PASSWORD ]
no snmp trap enable
no snmp trap host
no snmp trap version
no snmp trap community
no snmp trap inform retry
no snmp trap inform timeout
no snmp trap v3 user
no snmp trap v3 level
no snmp trap v3 engine-ID
no snmp trap v3 auth
no snmp trap v3 encryption
show snmp trap enable
show snmp trap host
show snmp trap version
show snmp trap community
show snmp trap inform retry
show snmp trap inform timeout
show snmp trap v3 user
show snmp trap v3 level
show snmp trap v3 engine-ID
show snmp trap v3 auth
show snmp trap v3 encryption
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
File Group
Command
copy running-config startup-config
copy startup-config running-config
copy usb startup-config
Mode
configure
configure
configure
Port Mirror Group
Command
monitor enable
monitor source [ rx | tx | both ] [ port_list ]
monitor destination [ dest_port_number ]
no monitor enable
no monitor source
no monitor destination
show monitor enable
show monitor source
show monitor destination
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
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QoS Group
Command
qos queue-schedule [ strict | wrr ]
qos map cos [ priority type ] to tx-queue [ queue ]
qos map dscp [ [ priority type ] to tx-queue [ [ queue ]
qos trust [ cos | dscp ]
qos default cos [ cos_default_value ]
no qos queue-schedule
no qos map cos [ priority type ]
no qos map dscp [ priority type ]
no qos trust
no qos default cos
show qos queue-schedule
show qos map cos [ priority type ]
show qos map dscp [ priority type ]
show qos trust
show qos default cos
Mode
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
IGMP Group
Command
igmp snooping enable
igmp snooping query max-respond-time [ 1..12 ]
igmp snooping query interval [ 1..3600 ]
igmp snooping last-member count [ 2..10 ]
igmp snooping last-member interval [ 60..300 ]
igmp snooping querier enable
igmp snooping fast-leave enable
no igmp snooping enable
no igmp snooping query max-respond-time
no igmp snooping query interval
no igmp snooping last-member count
no igmp snooping last-member interval
no igmp snooping querier
no igmp snooping fast-leave
show igmp snooping mdb
show igmp snooping all
show igmp snooping fast-leave
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
configure
configure
interface
Trunk Group
Command
trunk group [ group ] [ static | lacp ] [ interface_list ]
show trunk group
show trunk group [ 1-8 ]
Mode
configure
configure
configure
DHCP Server/Relay Group
Command
dhcp service server
Mode
configure
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Command
dhcp server included-address [ IP_START ] [ IP_END ]
dhcp server default-gateway [ router_ip ]
dhcp server name-server [ dns_ip ]
dhcp server lease [ dhcp_lease_time ]
dhcp server binding [ bind_num ] [ MAC ] [ bind_IP ]
dhcp service relay
dhcp relay server [ server_number ] [ IP ]
dhcp relay information option
dhcp relay untrust
no dhcp service server
no dhcp server included-address
no dhcp server default-gateway
no dhcp server name-server
no dhcp server lease
no dhcp server binding [ bind_num ]
no dhcp service relay
no dhcp relay server [ server_number ]
no dhcp relay information option
no dhcp relay untrust
show dhcp service
show dhcp server status
show dhcp server included-address
show dhcp server default-gateway
show dhcp server name-server
show dhcp server lease
show dhcp server binding [ bind_num ] [ MAC ] [ bind_IP ]
show dhcp relay enable
show dhcp relay server [ server_number ]
show dhcp relay information option
show dhcp relay untrust
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
UPnP Group
Command
upnp enable
upnp advertisement interval [ SEC ]
no upnp enable
no upnp advertisement interval
show upnp enable
show upnp advertisement interval
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
Modbus Group
Command
modbus tcp server
no modbus tcp server
show modbus tcp server
Mode
configure
configure
configure
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802.1X Group
Command
dot1x enable
dot1x authentication server type [ local | radius ]
dot1x authentication server 1 ip [ IP ]
dot1x authentication server 1 port [ PORT ]
dot1x authentication server 1 share-key [ KEY ]
dot1x authentication server 2 ip [ IP ]
dot1x authentication server 2 port [ PORT ]
dot1x authentication server 2 share-key [ KEY ]
dot1x local-db [ USER ] [ PASSWORD ]
dot1x authenticator enable
dot1x reauthentication enable
dot1x reauthentication period [ SEC ]
no dot1x enable
no dot1x authentication server type
no dot1x authentication server 1 ip
no dot1x authentication server 1 port
no dot1x authentication server 1 share-key
no dot1x authentication server 2 ip
no dot1x authentication server 2 port
no dot1x authentication server 2 share-key
no dot1x local-db [ USER ] [ PASSWORD ]
no dot1x authenticator enable
no dot1x reauthentication enable
no dot1x reauthentication period
show dot1x enable
show dot1x authentication server type
show dot1x authentication server 1 ip
show dot1x authentication server 1 port
show dot1x authentication server 1 share-key
show dot1x authentication server 2 ip
show dot1x authentication server 2 port
show dot1x authentication server 2 share-key
show dot1x local-db [ USER ] [ PASSWORD ]
show dot1x brief
show dot1x server brief
show dot1x brief
show dot1x server brief
show dot1x authenticator enable
show dot1x reauthentication enable
show dot1x reauthentication period
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
interface
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
interface
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
interface
interface
interface
interface
interface
IPv6 Group
Command
ipv6 enable
ipv6 address add [ IPV6_ADDR</PREFIX_LEN> ]
Mode
configure
configure
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Command
ipv6 neighbor flush
ipv6 ping [ IPV6_ADDR ] [ <size PKG_SIZ> | <repeat PKG_CNT> ]
no ipv6 enable
no ipv6 address [ IPV6_ADDR/PREFIX_LEN ]
show ipv6 enable
show ipv6 address
show ipv6 neighbor
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
TFTP Group
Command
tftp upgrade
tftp server ip [ IP_ADDRESS ]
tftp file name [ UPGRADE_FILE_NAME ]
Mode
configure
configure
configure
MAC Table Group
Command
mac set [ 1-4094 ] [ MAC ] [ PORT ]
no mac set [ 1-4094 ] [ MAC ]
show mac set
clear mac address-table dynamic
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
LLDP Group
Command
lldp enable
lldp timer [ 5-32767 ] (s)
no lldp
no lldp timer
show lldp
show lldp neighbor
show lldp timer
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
Storm Protection Group
Command
storm protection [ broadcase | multicase | unicase ] enable
storm protection [ broadcase | multicase | unicase ] rate [ RATE_VALUE ]
no storm protection [ broadcase | multicase | unicase ]
no storm protection [ broadcase | multicase | unicase ] rate
show storm protection [ broadcase | multicase | unicase ]
show storm protection [ broadcase | multicase | unicase ] rate
Mode
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
configure
Security Group
Command
Security [ http | https | ssh | telent | usb ] enable
Security show [ http | https | ssh | telent | usb ]
Security no [ http | https | ssh | telent | usb ]
Mode
configure
configure
configure
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Save and Load Configuration File to/from USB
1.
CLI: enable > configure terminal > copy running-config usb (path)
User Access Verification
Username: Admin
Password:
SWES> en
SWES# configure terminal
SWES<config># copy
running-config startup-config usb
SWES<config># copy running-config
startup-config usb
SWES<config># copy running-config usb file1
SWES<config># copy running-config usb /test/file2
Fill in the folder and filename behind the copy running-config usb command.
Ex: file1, / folder /file2.
2.
CLI: enable > configure terminal > copy startup-config usb (path)
User Access Verification
Username: Admin
Password:
SWES> en
SWES# configure terminal
SWES<config># copy
running-config startup-config usb
SWES<config># copy startup-config
runing-config usb
SWES<config># copy startup-config usb file1
SWES<config># copy startup-config usb /test/file2
Fill in the folder and filename behind the copy startup-config usb command.
Ex: file1, / folder /file2.
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3.
CLI: enable > configure terminal > copy usb startup-config (path)
User Access Verification
Username: Admin
Password:
SWES> en
SWES# configure terminal
SWES<config># copy
running-config startup-config usb
SWES<config># copy usb
startup-config firmware
SWES<config># copy usb
startup-config
destination file
firmware
destination file
SWES<config># copy usb startup-config file1
Fill in the folder and filename behind the copy usb startup-config command.
Ex: file1, / folder /file2.
Upgrade via TFTP
CLI: enable > configure terminal > tftp server ip [IP_ADDRESS] > tftp file name [UPGRADE_FILE_NAME]
> tftp upgrade
Switch> enable
Switch# configure terminal
Switch(config)# tftp server ip 192.168.1.237
Switch(config)# tftp file name 240.dat
Switch(config)# tftp upgrade
Fill in the TFTP server IP and upgrade file name behind the tftp server ip [IP_ADDRESS] and tftp file
name [UPGRADE_FILE_NAME]
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