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Wi-Tek Solar UPS no-break Managed PoE
Switch Manual
Contents
一、Overview of the Switch .......................................................................................................... 2
1、WEB access' characteristics ............................................ 5
2、WEB browsing' s system requirements ................................... 5
3、WEB browsing session login ............................................ 6
4、WEB page basic composition............................................ 7
5、Navigation tree structure ................................................ 8
6、Page button introduction ................................................ 8
7、Error message ........................................................ 9
8、Entry field............................................................. 9
9、State field............................................................ 10
二、WEB PAGE INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................ 11
1、Login dialog box ...................................................... 11
2、Main page ........................................................... 11
3、System Configuration ................................................. 12
4、Port configuration ..................................................... 20
5、MAC Bind ........................................................... 27
6、MAC filter ............................................................ 29
7、VLAN configuration ................................................... 30
8、SNMP configuration ................................................... 33
9、Qos configuration ..................................................... 35
10、ACL configuration.................................................... 37
11、IP basic configuration................................................. 43
12、AAA configuration ................................................... 46
13、MSTP configuration .................................................. 51
14、IGMPSNOOPING configuration........................................ 53
15、GMRP configuration ................................................. 54
16、EAPS configuration .................................................. 56
17、RMON configuration ................................................. 57
18、Cluster configuration ................................................. 60
19、ERPSc configuration ................................................. 62
20、Log management .................................................... 63
21、POE port configuration ............................................... 64
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Wi-Tek Solar UPS no-break Managed PoE Switch Manual
This manual mainly describes the use manual page of the WI-PMS310GF-UPS
8GE+2SFP Ports 24V L2 Managed UPS No-Break PoE Switch. The user can manage the
switch through the WEB page of the switch.This manual only for each WEB page of the
operation had a simple introduction.Please refer to the User Operation Manual for each
function of the switch.
一、Overview of the Switch
Wi-Tek 8 gigabit L2 managed switch WI-PMS310GF-UPS provides 8
10/100/1000Mbps ports. The switch provides high performance, enterprise-level QoS,
advanced security strategies and rich layer 2 management features. Moreover, the
switch also comes equipped with 2 gigabit SFP slots, expanding your network flexibly.
WI-PMS310GF-UPS UPS system is designed specifically for 24VDC POE equipment
like that from Ubiquiti, WI-TEK, Mikrotik, etc. The system provides up to 150W of
continuous total PoE power on 8 switched PoE ports. Its inside battery controller
maintains the proper charge on the batteries to prevent over charge and controls the
load to prevent over discharge. With 2PCS 12V 30-80AH battery, can offer 5-24hours
back-up time. Also WI-PMS310GF-UPS ‘s inside solar controller and solar input
port(support 24V/36V Solar Panel directly) support utilize the solar capacity to extend
the backup time(and can charge battery at same time).
Highlights
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8GE+2SFP Full Gigabit Switch with 8 PoE
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Internal power adapter supply 150W for 8 channel 24V PoE
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support solar panel and battery for 24-hours back-up time
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Inside solar controller and battery controller for charge and dis-charge battery
circulatory from solar Panel and AC
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Restart AP via PoE managed page remotely
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Up to 4K QVLANs simultaneously
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Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)
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Operating Temperature -30C to +70C
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WEB/CLI managed modes, SNMP, bring abundant management features
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HARDWARE FEATURES
Interface
8 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45
Ports
(Auto Negotiation/Auto
MDI/MDIX)
2 1000Mbps SFP Slots
1 Console Port
Network
Media
10BASE-T: UTP category 3, 4,
5 cable (maximum 100m)
100BASE-TX/1000Base-T:
UTP category 5, 5e, 6 or above
cable (maximum 100m)
1000BASE-X: MMF, SMF
1000Base-L X:62.5μm/50μm
MM(2m~550m) or 10μm
SMF(2m~5000m)
Fan Quantity
Fanless
Power
Consumption
150W (max. with PoE device
connected)
Power
Supply
AC 110~250V 50/60HZ
Solar
Controller
Input
24-30V 250W Up
Battery Input
24V 30AH~100AH
PoE Ports
(RJ45)
24V Passive PoE compliant
PoE Ports: Port1- Port8
Power Supply: 150W
Exchange
20G
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HARDWARE FEATURES
Capacity
Packet
Forwarding
Rate
14.9Mpps
Mac Address
Table
16K
Packet Buffer
Memory
4Mb
Jumbo
Frame
10240 Bytes
Product Size:
Dimensions
225mm* 105mm*32mm
(L*W*H)
1、WEB access' characteristics
The switch provides the features of Web access for users.Users can access the switch
through the Web browser and manage and configure the switch.The main characteristics of
WEB access :
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Easy to access: Users can easily access the switch from anywhere on the network.
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Users can use the familiar Netscape Communicator and Microsoft Internet Explorer
and other browsers to access the WEB page of the switch.WEB page is presented to
the user in graphical and tabular form.
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The switch provides a rich WEB page,users can configure and manage most of the
functions of the switch through these WEB pages.
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WEB page function’s classification and integration, user-friendly to find the relevant
page for configuration and management.
2、WEB browsing' s system requirements
Web browsing' s system requirements shown in Table 1.
Table 1:
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Hardware
System Requirement
and
Software
CPU
Pentium 586 above
RAM
128MB above
Resolution
800x600 above
Color
256 colors above
Browser
IE4.0 above or Netscape4.01 above
Operating
Microsoft® ,Windows95®,Windows98®,WindowsNT®,
System
Windows2000®,WindowsXP®,WindowsME®, WindowsVista®,
Windows7®, Windows8®,MAC, Linux,Unix operating system
Note:
Microsoft®,Windows95®,Windows98®,WindowsNT®,Windows2000®,WindowsXP
®,Windows ME®, WindowsVista®, Windows7®, Windows8® are registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation, all other product names, trademarks, registered trademarks and service
marks, Copyright is held by their respective owners.
3、WEB browsing session login
Before you start a Web browsing session, you need to confirm:
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IP has been configured on the switch. By default, the interface IP address of the
switch’s VLAN1 is 192.168.0.1.
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The subnet mask is 255.255.255.0.
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A host computer with a Web browser installed has been connected to the network,
and the host computer can PING through the switch.
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After the completion of the above two tasks, the user in the browser's address bar
enter the address of the switch and press Enter to enter the switch Web login page,as
shown in Figure 1,When multi-user management is not enabled, the user login to the
Web when the need for anonymous user (admin) password verification,Only enter the
correct password to access the Web, anonymous user password default to admin.
If the system is enabled for multi-user management and configured privileged users, the
anonymous user password will not take effect, the user access to the Web does not do
anonymous user password verification, but do multi-user management user name and
password authentication.
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Pic 1 WEB login page for browsing session
4、WEB page basic composition
Figure 2,The WEB page consists of three parts: the title page, the navigation tree page,
and the main page.
Pic 2 Switch Web page basic composition page
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Title Page
Used to display the logo, and real-time port status as shown below
The green light indicates that the port is connected;
The gray light indicates that the port is not connected;
The red light indicates that the port is off ( the specific setting is shown in Figure 17 )
Main page
Used to display the page selected by the user from the navigation tree.
5、Navigation tree structure
Figure 3 shows the organization of the navigation tree.
The navigation tree is located at the bottom left of each page, displaying the nodes of the
Web page in a tree, and the user can easily find the WEB page to be managed.According to
the different functions of the page will be divided into different groups, each group includes one
or more pages.Most web pages in the navigation tree are abbreviations of the page title at the
top of the corresponding page.
Pic 3 Switch the navigation tree's organization page
6、Page button introduction
There are some general buttons on the page, the role of these buttons is generally the
same, Table 2 on the role of these buttons to introduce.
Table 2:
Button
Effect
Refresh
Update all fields on the page
Application
Put the updated values in memory.Because the error check is
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done by the Web server, there is no error check before the
user selects the button
Delete
Delete the current record
Help
Open the help page and view the configuration instructions for
each page
7、Error message
If the switch's WEB server is in error when processing user requests, the corresponding
error message is displayed in a dialog box.For example, Figure 4 shows an error message
dialog box.
Pic 4 Error message's page
8、Entry field
There are some pages in the leftmost column of the table that have an entry field, as
shown in Figure 5, through which you can access different rows in the table.When you select a
value in the entry field, the corresponding information for that row is displayed on the first row,
and only the row can be edited, which is also called the active row.When the first page is
loaded, the entry field displays new, the active row is empty.
If you want to add a new row, select new from the drop-down menu of the entry field, enter
the new row information, and press the Apply key.
If you want to edit an existing row, select the appropriate row number from the drop field
menu of the entry field, edit the row as needed, and press the Apply key. You will see the
corresponding change displayed in the table.
If you want to delete a row, select the corresponding row number from the drop-down
menu in the entry field and press the Delete key. The row will disappear from the table.
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Pic 5 Entry field's page
9、State field
There are some pages in the rightmost column of the table that have a status field, as
shown in Figure 6, where the field shows the row state.Since all row state changes are
processed internally, the status field is read-only.Once all the domain information in the row is
valid, the row state becomes automatically active.
Pic 6 State field's page
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二、WEB PAGE INTRODUCTION
The WEB pages of the switch are organized into groups, each consisting of one or more
Web pages. The following is an introduction to each page.
1、Login dialog box
Pic 7 WEB Browse the session's login page
Figure 7 shows the login dialog box, which is displayed when the user first logs in to the
web page.The user enters the user name and password in the corresponding field, and then
clicks the OK key to log in to the Web server of the switch.Password is case-sensitive,
anonymous user password can be set up to 16 characters, and multi-user name and password
are up to 16 characters can be set.
The default user name for the switch is anonymous user name admin. The default password
is anonymous user password. Anonymous user password is empty by default.
2、Main page
Figure 8 shows the WEB main page of the switch. The page will be displayed after the
user logs in to the page.
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Pic 8 Switch the main page
3、System Configuration
Language switching: switch buttons in the upper right corner and easily switch between
Chinese and English system interfaces.
(1)Basic information page
Figure 9 shows the basic information configuration page where the user can configure the
basic information for the switch.
System Description Displays a description of the system-related parameters.
The system descriptor identification number indicates the identity of the system in network
management.
The system version number shows the version number of the current software used by
the switch.
The number of network interfaces displays the current number of network interfaces in the
switch.
System Startup Time Displays the time the switch was started to the present time.
The system clock displays the current clock of the system. The user can modify the
system's current clock and need to enter the year, month, day, hour, minute, and seconds
parameters.
The system name displays the system name of the switch in the network. The user can
modify the system name.
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The system location displays the physical location of the switch in the network, and the
user can modify the system location.
System contact display management of the current node contacts and contact information,
the user can modify the system contact.
Pic 9 Basic information page
(2)Serial port configuration page
Figure 10 shows the serial port configuration page, which shows the serial port baud rate
and other information related to the serial port.When the host through the serial terminal (such
as Windows HyperTerminal) to manage the switch, the serial port terminal COM port
configuration must be consistent with the information on this page.
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Pic 10 Serial port configuration page
(3)Multi-user management configuration page
Figure 11 shows the Multi-user management configuration page, through this page users
can modify the switch's anonymous user (admin) password.Telnet and Web use the same
anonymous user password when multiple users are not enabled.Passwords are case sensitive
and you can set up to 16 characters at most.If you want to change the password, the user
needs to enter the new password twice, once the user clicks the application key, the new
password is activated,If the switch does not enable multi-user, will display the login dialog box
(shown in Figure 7), the user needs to re-login page, the user must enter a new anonymous
user password login WEB page.
At the same time through this page users can configure multiple users, the switch default
no multi-user, that is the default does not enable multi-user management functions, then login
does not require multi-user user name and password authentication.For Telnet, when adding a
user name, the multi-user management function is enabled, and when all the users are deleted,
the multi-user management function is turned off again.For the Web, when a user name is
added, if be the privileged user,the multi-user management function is enabled, when all the
privileged users are deleted, the multi-user management function is closed again.When the
multi-user management function is enabled, the anonymous user password will not take effect,
login Telnet and Web need to multi-user user name and password authentication.When the
multi-user management function is closed, at this time if the anonymous user password is
configured, login Telnet and Web need to anonymous user password verification.
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Pic 11 Multi-user management configuration page
(4)User safety configuration page
Figure 12 shows the user safety configuration page, through the configuration of the page,
the administrator can control the network management services TELNET, WEB and SNMP
control, you can open or close these services,These services can be linked with the IP
standard ACL group, the implementation of source IP address control, control the host access
to these services.
Switch by default TELNET, WEB and SNMP services are open, and do not do ACL
filtering, that is, all the hosts can access the switch of these three services.If the administrator
for security, do not want to provide other users one or several of these services, can shut down
one or more of these services.Administrators only want a specific host to access one or more
of these services, can one or several of these services do ACL filtering.When a service needs
to do ACL filtering, you need to open the service and select an IP standard ACL group (1-99).
The ACL group must exist.
It should be noted that if the administrator on this page to control the WEB service (such
as the closure of WEB services) may make users can no longer use the WEB page,At this time
through other ways to log on the switch and control WEB services so that users can use the
WEB page (such as open the WEB service).
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Pic 12 User safety configuration page
(5)SNTP configuration page
Figure 13 shows the SNTP configuration page, where the administrator can configure and
view the system clock through configuration of the page.
Pic 13 SNTP configuration page
(6)Current configuration file page
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Figure 14 shows the current configuration file page.Through this page, the user can view
the current configuration of the switch.The save key stores the current configuration of the
system into the configuration file.Because the storage operation needs to erase the FLASH
chip, which takes a certain amount of time.When the user is configured on the page and want
the configuration is not lost after restart the switch , you must click the Save button before exit
the page in the current configuration page.
Pic 14 Current configuration file page
(7)Configuration file page
Figure 15 shows Configuration file page.This page allows the user to view the initial
configuration of the system.The initial configuration is actually the configuration file in the
FLASH,When there is no configuration file in FLASH, the system is started with the default
configuration.Delete key to delete the configuration file in FLASH.Click the delete button, will
pop up a dialog box, the dialog box prompts the user whether to determine the deletion of the
configuration file, if determined by the dialog box on the OK button, otherwise press the Cancel
button.The download key is used to download the configuration file to the PC.Click the
download button, will pop up a dialog box, the user chooses to save the directory path and
save the configuration file. The file name of the downloaded configuration file is switch.cfg.
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Pic 15 Configuration file page
(8)File upload page
Figure 16 shows the file upload page, through which users can upload configuration files
and image files to the switch.Click the Browse button to select the directory path of the
uploaded profile or image file on the PC.Click the upload key to upload the configuration file or
image file. The configuration file suffix must be * .cfg. The image file must be provided by the
manufacturer and the file name suffix must be * .img. Do not click on other pages or reboot the
switch before the transfer results page returns. Otherwise, the file transfer failure causes the
system to crash.
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Pic 16 File upload page
(9)System reset page
Figure 17 shows the system reset page, through this page users to restart the
switch.When you click the restart button, a dialog box will pop up prompting you if the user is
sure to restart the switch. If OK, press the OK key. Otherwise, press the Cancel key.The Web
page will no longer be opened when it is restarted.
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Pic 17 System reset page
4、Port configuration
(1)Port configuration/show page
Figure 18 shows the port configuration/show page.The user can enable or disable the port
through this page, set the port speed, or view the basic information of all ports.
To set a specific port, select the appropriate port name in the drop-down menu for the
user's port.Port status defaults to up, and you can select the down in the drop-down menu to
disable the port.The user can also choose to set the speed drop-down menu to set the speed
of the port, such as the mandatory semi-duplex for the port, 10M (half - 10), etc. Users can
view other basic information for all ports from this page.
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Pic 18 Port configuration/show page
(2)Port statistics information page
Figure 19 shows the port statistics information page.To view a particular port, select the
appropriate port name in the drop-down menu for the user's port.Users can view the statistics
of the port send and receive packet through this page.
Pic 19 Port statistics information page
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(3)Flow control page
Figure 20 shows the flow control page.The user can use this page to open or close the
flow control for each port.
Through the drop-down on or off of the flow control to open or close a port flow control.At
the same time through this page you can view the flow control status of all ports.
Pic 20 Flow control page
(4)Broadcast storm control page
Figure 21 shows the broadcast storm control page.This page is used to configure
suppression the broadcast packets, multicast packets, and DLF packets on the port.
Select the port to be configured from the drop-down bar of the port.On and off to enable
and disable broadcast suppression, multicast suppression, and DLF suppression of the
port.The suppression rate term is used to configure the rate of suppression of the port, in the
range of 1-1024000, in kbits.The suppression rates of broadcast suppression, multicast
suppression, and DLF suppression on the same port are equal.At the same time, through this
page, you can view all ports broadcast storm control configuration.
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Pic 21 Broadcast storm control page
(5)Port rate limit page
Figure 22 shows the port rate limit page。This page is used to configure the rate at which
ports are sent and received.
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Select the port to be configured from the drop-down bar of the port.The transmit packet
bandwidth control is used to configure and display the bandwidth control of the sending
data packet, in the range of 1-1024000, in kbits, after enter, press the application key to
take effect.
If the port is not configured with bandwidth control, it is displayed as off.The corresponding
cancel key is used to cancel the bandwidth control of the sending data packet.The receive data
packet bandwidth control is used to configure and display the bandwidth control of the
received packet, in the range of 1-1024000, in kbits,after enter, press the application key to
take effect.If the port is not configured with bandwidth control, it is displayed as off.The
corresponding cancel key is used to cancel the bandwidth control of the receiving data packet.
If the port is configured with bandwidth control, it will be displayed in the list.
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Pic 22 Port rate limit page
(6)Protected port page
Figure 23 shows the protected port page。This page is used to configure the protection
port.
Pic 23 Protected port page
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(7)Port learn limit page
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Figure 24 shows the port learn limit page。This page is used to limit the number of MAC
addresses that the port can learn. The range is 0-8191.The default value is 8191, which is
also the maximum value, indicating that the port is not configured with learning
restrictions.The list shows the learning limits for all ports.
Pic 24 Port learn limit page
(8)Port trunking configuration page
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Figure 25 shows the port trunking configuration page.This page allows the user to
configure port aggregation.The page consists of four parts: Trunk group ID selection, set
the aggregation method, configurable port and group member port.
To create or modify port aggregation, the user needs to select a trunk group ID from ID 1
to 8.The user clicks the corresponding trunk group ID in the list box. The information of
the trunk group is displayed in the group member port.To create a Trunk group, select the
corresponding ID in the trunk group ID, click the button "Create Trunk Group",if
successful, the bracket annotation is created in the ID display bar. If a Trunk group is not
created, the bracket annotation is not created in the ID display bar. To set the port
aggregation method, select an aggregation method in the drop-down box above the list
and click the "Set up aggregation method" button.To add an aggregated port, select the
aggregated port in the configurable port and click the "Member Port =>" button.To
remove a port from an existing port, select the aggregated port in the group member port
and click the "Non-member port <=" key.To delete the entire Trunk group, click the
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Delete Trunk Group key.
During the page configuration process, the aggregation method is configured to
correspond to the selected trunk group ID. The existing Trunk group can configure the
aggregation method. You can add or remove member ports on the existing Trunk. In the case
of no member ports, To delete a Trunk group.
The switch provides six types of port aggregation: based on the source MAC address,
based on the destination MAC address, based on the source and destination MAC addresses,
based on the source IP address, based on the destination IP address, based on the source
and destination IP addresses.
The switch supports up to eight groups of port aggregation. Each group of port
aggregation supports up to eight ports. Each trunk group can configure its own port
aggregation method.
Pic 25 Port trunking configuration page
(9)Port mirror configuration page
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Figure 26 shows the Port mirror configuration page,This page allows the user to
configure port mirroring.Port mirroring is through the mirror port to monitor the
output of the mirror output port and the mirror input port input data packets.Mirror
port can only select one, and the mirror output port and the mirror input port can
choose multiple.The page consists of four parts: listening port, configurable port,
listening direction and mirroring configuration information.Configure a mirroring
port to configure a mirroring port from the listening port. Only one port can be
selected from the listening port. Select the mirrored port from the configurable port,
select the listening direction from the listening direction, and press the Apply key.
The result will be The mirror configuration information is displayed.
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When the RECEIVE in the listening direction is selected, it indicates that the received
packet is received, TRANSMIT indicates the packet to be sent, BOTH indicates all the packets
that are being sent and received, NOT_RECEIVE indicates that the received packet is
canceled, NOT_TRANSMIT indicates that the packet is canceled Of the packet, NEITHER that
cancel the monitor received and sent the packet, that is, to cancel the listening port.
Pic 26 Port mirror configuration page
5、MAC Bind
(1)MAC bind configuration page
Figure 27 shows the MAC binding configuration page. This page is used to bind the port to
the MAC address.
The MAC address on the page is used to enter the bound MAC address. The VLAN ID
entry is used to enter the VLAN to which the MAC address belongs.
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Pic 27 MAC bind configuration page
(2)MAC auto bind page
Figure 28 shows the MAC binding auto-conversion page. This page is used to implement
the port automatically bind MAC address.
Displays the dynamic MAC address and the VLAN of the port in the two tier hardware
forwarding table.You can select items from them and convert them into static bindings.
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Pic 28 MAC auto bind page
6、MAC filter
(1)MAC filter configuration page
Figure 29 shows the MAC Filter Configuration page. This page is used to configure the
port to filter the MAC address.
The MAC address on the page is used to enter the filtered MAC address. The VLAN ID
entry is used to enter the VLAN to which the MAC address belongs.
Pic 29 MAC filter configuration page
(2)MAC auto filter page
Figure 30 shows the MAC filter automatically convert the page. This page is used to
implement the port automatically bind MAC address.
Display the dynamic MAC address and VLAN associated with the port in the Layer 2
hardware forwarding table. You can select an entry and convert it to a static filter configuration.
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Pic 30 MAC auto filter page
7、VLAN configuration
(1)VLAN information page
Figure 31 shows the current VLAN information page. The page is a read-only page that
shows the current VLAN, VLAN status, and VLAN port members. Drop-down box will show all
the current vlan, the list shows up to 30 vlan VID, state and port members.Select a vlan from
the drop-down box, and the list will display information with a VID greater than 30 vlan for that
vlan. But if all the vlan no more than 30, regardless of the drop-down box to choose which vlan,
the list will show all the vlan information.
A port can not be a member of a VLAN, either a tagged member or a untagged member of
a VLAN. The characters in the front of the page are as follows:
t
tagged
The port is a tagged member of this VLAN
u
untagged
The port is a untagged member of this VLAN
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Pic32 VLAN information page
(2)Static VLAN conformation page
Figure 32 shows a static VLAN configuration page, which allows users to create VLAN.
If you want to create a new VLAN, the user enters a VID in the active line, ranging from 2
to 4094. The VLAN name is generated by the system according to the VLAN ID and can not be
modified. Click the Apply key, and the list box displays the VID and VLAN name of the VLAN
created by the user. The switch creates VLAN 1 by default, and VLAN 1 can not be deleted.
If you want to delete a VLAN, the user needs to click the corresponding VLAN in the list
box. The VLAN will be displayed in the active line, click the Delete button to delete the VLAN,
and the VLAN information will be removed from the list box.。
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Pic 32 Static VLAN conformation page
(3)VLAN port configuration page
Figure 33 shows the VLAN port configuration page, which is used to configure VLAN on
the port and display the results of the configuration. The page consists of eight parts: port,
mode, all current VLAN, ports owned by VLAN, "default VLAN =>", "tagged =", "untagged =>"
and "non-member <=".
The port is the port that specifies the VLAN to be configured.
Mode The port specifies the port's VLAN mode as ACCESS mode. In this VLAN mode,
the port defaults to untagged members of VLAN1. The default VLAN of the port is 1. The VLAN
mode of the hybrid port is HYBRID mode. In this VLAN mode, the port is the untagged member
of VLAN1, and the default VLAN of the port is 1. The VLAN mode of the trunk port is Trunk
mode. In this VLAN mode, the default port is the tagged member of VLAN1, and the default
VLAN of the port is 1.
All the current VLAN are VLAN that can be created by the port. Users can select VLAN
from the list.
The port belongs to the VLAN to show the result of the VLAN port configuration. [P]
indicates that the VLAN is the default VLAN of the port. [T] indicates that the port is a tagged
member of the VLAN. [U] indicates that the port is a non-tagged member of the VLAN. When a
VLAN is deleted, the user selects a VLAN from the list.
Press the default VLAN => Configure the default VLAN of the port and select a VLAN
from all the current VLAN.
Press "tagged =>" to configure the port as a tagged member of the specified VLAN, and
select one or more VLAN from all the current VLAN.
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Press "untagged =>" to configure the port as an untagged member of the specified VLAN,
and select one or more VLAN from all the current VLAN.
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The key "Non-member <=" removes the port from the specified one or more VLAN, is
no longer a member of these VLAN, and selects one or more VLAN from the VLAN to
which the port belongs.
Pic 33 VLAN port configuration page
8、SNMP configuration
(1)SNMP community configuration page
Figure 34 shows the SNMP Community Configuration page, which allows the user to
configure the name of the switch and the read and write permissions, and a total of eight
entries can be configured.
By default, the switch has a public name of the common body, the common body is
read-only permissions. Corresponding to this, there is only one active entry on the page, the
common name is public, and the permissions are read-only. When the switch needs to be
networked through SNMP, you need to configure a readable and writable community.
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Pic 34 SNMP community configuration page
(2)TRAP target configuration page
Figure 35 shows the TRAP target configuration page, which allows the user to configure
the IP address of the workstation that received the TRAP message and
Some parameters of the TRAP protocol package.
When configuring an entry, the name is used to enter the TRAP name. The IP address is
used to enter the destination address. The SNMP version is used to select the version of the
TRAP packet. If the setting is successful, the status in the entry will be displayed as active. If
the configuration succeeds, the SNMP TRAP function will take effect. In the event of link up or
link down, the switch will automatically send the TRAP packet to the destination address.
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Pic 35 TRAP target configuration page
9、Qos configuration
(1)Qos apply page
Figure 36 shows the Qos application page, the user can use this page to configure the
port QOS type, but also can modify the default user priority. The list is the real-time display port
Qos type and user default priority.
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Pic 36
Qos apply page
(2)Qos schedule page
Figure 37 shows the Qos scheduling page, the user can use this page to configure the
port QOS scheduling type, but also can modify the queue priority. The list is the real-time
display port scheduling mode and the weight value of each queue.
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Pic 37
Qos schedule page
10、ACL configuration
(1)ACL standard IP configuration page
Figure 38 shows the ACL standard IP configuration page. You can use this page to create
a rule base for ACL standard IP. The user can select an ACL group number (range between
1-99, or 1300-1999) to create one or more rules in the group. Fields that can be matched in a
rule have only source IP addresses (with mask).
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Pic 38 ACL standard IP configuration page
When a user configures a rule, the source IP address needs to be masked. The rule can
match the set of IP addresses. The address mask is represented by an anti-code. If the rule
matches the IP address range 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.0.255, the IP address can be
192.168.0.1 and its mask is 0.0.0.255.
When a user configures a rule, each rule must have a filtering mode: allow or deny.
When a user creates a rule in a rule group, the system automatically gives the rule a rule
number. When a rule in a rule group is deleted, the other rules are not changed and the
system automatically assigns a rule to a rule group Sort. If you want to delete the entire rule
group, you can select all, and then click the Delete key.
(2)ACL extended IP configuration page
Figure 39 shows the ACL extension IP configuration page. You can use this page to
create a rule base for ACL extension IP. The user can select an ACL group number (between
100-199, or 2000-2699) to create one or more rules in the group. (Such as ICMP, TCP, UDP,
etc.), the source port, and the destination port (TCP and UDP only). The source IP address
(masked), destination IP address (masked), protocol type (such as ICMP, TCP, UDP, etc.)
Protocol valid), TCP control flag.
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Pic 39 ACL extended IP configuration page
When a user configures a rule, the source IP address and destination IP address must be
masked. The rule can match the set of IP addresses. The address mask is represented by an
anti-code. If the rule matches the IP address range 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.0. 255, the IP
address can be 192.168.0.1 and the mask is 0.0.0.255.
When a user configures a rule, each rule must have a filtering mode: allow or deny.
When a user creates a rule in a rule group, the system automatically gives the rule a rule
number. When a rule in a rule group is deleted, the other rules are not changed and the
system automatically assigns a rule to a rule group Sort. If you want to delete the entire rule
group, you can select all, and then press the Delete key.
(3)ACL MAC IP configuration page
Figure 40 shows the ACL MAC IP configuration page. You can use this page to create a
rule base for ACL MAC addresses. The user can select an ACL group number (in the range of
700-799) to create one or more rules in the group. Fields that can match the active MAC
address (with address match bits), source IP address (with address match bit), destination IP
address (with address match bit), and VLAN ID.
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Pic 40 ACL MAC IP configuration page
When a user configures a rule, the source MAC address, source IP address, and
destination IP address need to match the address. The rule can match the MAC address and
the IP address. For example, if the rule matches the IP address range 192.168.0.0 to
192.168.0. 255, the IP address can be 192.168.0.1 and its mask is 0.0.0.255.
When a user configures a rule, each rule must have a filtering mode: allow or deny.
When a user creates a rule in a rule group, the system automatically gives the rule a rule
number. When a rule in a rule group is deleted, the other rules are not changed and the
system automatically assigns a rule to a rule group Sort. If you want to delete the entire rule
group, you can select all, and then press the Delete key.
When a user configures a rule, the VLAN ID must be in the range 0 to 4094, including 0
and 4094, where 0 represents all.
(4)ACL MAC ARP configuration page
Figure 41 shows the ACL MAC ARP configuration page. You can use this page to create
a rule base for ACL MAC ARP. The user can select an ACL group number (in the range of
1100-1199) to create one or more rules in the group. Fields that can be matched in a rule have
ARP operation type, send MAC address (with address match bit), send IP address (with
address match bit).
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Pic 41 ACL MAC ARP configuration page
When a user configures a rule, the MAC address and the IP address are sent with an
address matching bit. The rule can match the set of MAC address and IP address. For
example, if the rule matches the IP address range 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.0. 255, the IP
address can be 192.168.0.1 and its mask is 0.0.0.255.
When a user configures a rule, each rule must have a filtering mode: allow or deny.
When a user creates a rule in a rule group, the system automatically gives the rule a rule
number. When a rule in a rule group is deleted, the other rules are not changed and the
system automatically assigns a rule to a rule group Sort. If you want to delete the entire rule
group, you can select all, and then press the Delete key.
(5)ACL resource information page
Figure 42 shows the ACL resource information page, which displays all the rules and
references configured in the current ACL.
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Pic 42 ACL resource information page
(6)ACL reference configuration page
Figure 43 shows the ACL reference configuration page. You can use this page to select
an ACL group for a port and write the rules in this ACL group to the port hardware logic to
enable the port to perform ACL filtering on the received packets according to these rules.
When selecting an ACL group on a port, you can select the IP standard, IP extension,
MAC IP, and MAC ARP ACL. The selected ACL group must exist. Select the ACL rule group
list and press the Add key. When deleting an ACL group, select an ACL group from the list of
referenced rule groups and press the Delete key.
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Pic 43 ACL reference configuration page
11、IP basic configuration
(1)VLAN interface configuration page
Figure 44 shows the VLAN interface configuration page. You can configure the VLAN
interface, remove the VLAN interface, configure the IP address of the interface, delete the IP
address of the interface, and view the interface information. Only when the VLAN already
exists can it be set as an interface. Only the interface address can be configured on the
configured interface.
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Pic 44 VLAN interface configuration page
The switch has a VLAN1 interface by default, and the interface can not be deleted. Only
one interface can be configured for one VLAN.
(2)ARP configuration and display page
Figure 45 shows the ARP configuration and display page. This page displays all the
information of the ARP table of the switch. You can use this page to configure static ARP
entries, delete ARP entries, and modify dynamic ARP entries to static ARP entries.
When you configure a static ARP entry, you need to enter the IP address and MAC
address. The MAC address must be a unicast MAC address, and then click the Add key.
When a user deletes an ARP entry, you can choose to delete an ARP entry from one IP
address, delete an ARP entry from one network segment, delete all ARP entries, delete all
dynamic ARP entries, and delete all static ARP entries. The To delete an IP ARP entry or
delete an ARP entry from a network segment, enter the specified IP address or IP segment in
the input box. And then click the Delete key.
When a dynamic ARP entry is modified to a static ARP entry, you can choose to change
the dynamic ARP entry in a network segment to a static ARP entry. For a network segment,
enter the specified network segment in the input box. And then click the Apply button.
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Pic 45 ARP configuration and display page
(3)Host static route configuration page
Figure 46 shows the host static routing configuration page, the user can add and delete
the host static route of the switch. By default, no static route is configured on the switch. You
can use this page to configure a default route, that is, the destination / subnet prefix is
0.0.0.0/0.
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Pic 46 host static route configuration page
12、AAA configuration
(1)Tacacs+configuration page
Figure 47 shows the Tacacs + configuration page. The user can configure information
related to Tacacs +. The following information can be set: Enable Tacacs + function, configure
the Tacacs + server IP address, authentication type, and shared secret key.
Before using the Tacacs + function, you must enable the Tacacs + function, which is
configured by default.
Configure the IP address of the Tacacs + server, which must be set when using the
Tacacs + feature.
Authentication type, providing PAP and CHAP authentication types. The default is PAP
authentication.
Shared key, used to set the switch and Tacacs + server between the encrypted shared
password, in the authentication authorization must set this field, and to the same as the
Tacacs + server settings.
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Pic 47 Tacacs+configuration page.
(2)Radius configuration page
Figure 48 shows the Radius configuration page, the user can configure information
related to Radius, can set the information include:
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Radius server IP address, in the authentication and billing must be set when
this field.
Optional Radius server IP address, which can be set if there is an alternate
Radius server.
Authentication UDP port, the default value is 1812, the user generally do not
need to modify this field.
Whether to start billing, the default is to start, when doing the authentication and
billing to start billing.
Billing UDP port, the default value is 1813.
Shared key, used to set the switch and the Radius server encryption between
the shared password, in the authentication and billing must be set this field, and to
the same settings on the Radius server.
Vendor-specific information, users generally do not need to modify this field.
NAS port, NAS port type, NAS service type, these three values users generally
do not need to modify.
Whether to start or turn off the roaming function of Radius.
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Pic 48 Radius configuration page
(3)802.1x configuration page
Figure 49 shows the 802.1x configuration page. You can configure 802.1x-related
information through this page, including:
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Whether to start the 802.1x protocol, be sure to start the 802.1x protocol when
doing authentication and accounting.
Whether the switch is a common authentication method or an extended
authentication method.
Whether to open the re-authentication function, the default is not open, when
doing the authentication and billing according to the actual situation to decide.
Turning on the reauthentication function will make the user more reliable when
using authentication and billing, but will slightly increase the traffic to the network.
Set the re-authentication interval, only in the case of re-authentication function
is enabled, the default is 3600 seconds, when doing authentication and billing
according to the actual situation to set the value, but the value should not be too
small.
Quiet Period timer, the user generally does not need to modify this field.
Tx-Period timer, the user generally does not need to modify this field.
Server timeout timer, users generally do not need to modify this field.
supplicant timeout timer, the user generally do not need to modify this field.
The number of requests, users generally do not need to modify this field.
Show Reauth Max size.
Client version, client version number.
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Check Client, whether to check the client's timing traffic package after
authentication has passed.
Pic 49 802.1x configuration page
(4)802.1x port configuration page
Figure 50 shows the 802.1x port configuration page. You can configure 802.1x port mode
and the maximum number of hosts that can be configured. You can also view the 802.1x
configuration of each port.The 802.1x port mode includes four types: N / A status, Auto state,
Force-authorized status, and Force-unauthorized status.当When A port needs to be done to
802.1 x authentication, to the state of the port is set to Auto, if don't do certification can access
the network, the state of the port is set to N/A, the other two state are seldom used in practical
application.
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Pic 50 802.1x port configuration page.
When 802.1x authentication is enabled, the maximum number of hosts that can be
accessed by the port is 256, and the user can modify this field to support up to 256.
(5)802.1x user auth-information page
Figure 51 shows the 802.1x user auth-information page. You can view the status
information of all users accessing a port through this page.
Pic 51 802.1x user auth-information page
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13、MSTP configuration
(1)MSTP global configuration page
Figure 52 shows the MSTP global configuration page. You can configure global MSTP
parameters through this page.
Pic 52 MSTP global configuration page
(2)MSTP port configuration page
Figure 53 shows the MSTP port configuration page. You can use this page to configure
port MSTP parameters.
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Pic 53 MSTP port configuration page
(3)MSTP port information page
Figure 54 shows the MSTP port information page. You can view the port MSTP status on
this page.
Pic 54 MSTP port information page
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14、IGMPSNOOPING configuration
(1)IGMPsnooping global configuration page
Figure 55 shows the IGMPsnooping global configuration page. You can enable IGMP
snooping on this page.
Pic 55 IGMPsnooping global configuration page
(2) Multicast group information page
Figure 56 shows the multicast group information page. You can view the igmp snooping
multicast program information from this page.
Pic 56 Multicast group information page
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15、GMRP configuration
(1)GMRP global configuration page
Figure 57 shows the GMRP global configuration page. Users can enable GMRP through
this page.
Pic 57 GMRP global configuration page
(2)GMRP port configuration page
Figure 58 shows the GMRP port configuration page.Users can use this page to enable
port GMRP, and can view the port information.
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Pic 58 GMRP port configuration page
(3)GMRP state machine page
Figure 59 is the GMRP state machine page.Users can view GMRP's state machine
information from this page.
Pic 59 GMRP state machine page
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16、EAPS configuration
(1)EAPS configuration page
This page is used to create and configure EAPS information, and can also be used to
delete and display EAPS information.
EAPS Ring ID
The specific ring ID, in the range of 1-16, can be selected according to
the drop-down box
Create two types, Not Created and Created ,If you don't create it, you have to create the
pattern Master and the Transit, The corresponding mode can be configured according to the
specific needs
Main port
EAPS Main port,such as:fe1/1、ge1/1
Alternate port
Control vlan
Protected vlan
EAPS second port
EAPS ring control vlan, the value of 2-4094
EAPS ring protection vlan
Hello time interval
Fail time
Hello message to send the time interval, the default is 1S
Detection of the fault time, the default is 3S
Data is forwarded across the ring
In the case of multiple rings, this function is
required when data needs to be forwarded across the ring. The default is not turned on
EXtreme interoperability
Compatibility with radical network devices, turned on by
default
Enabled state
The last EAPS ring is enabled
Pic 60 EAPS configuration page
(2)EAPS information page
Figure 61 shows the EAPS information page.Users can view EAPS configuration
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information from this page.
Pic 61 EAPS information page
17、RMON configuration
(1)RMON statistics group configuration page
Figure 62 shows the RMON statistics group configuration page.The user can configure
the RMON statistics group through this page.Select a port from the drop-down list to view /
configure the RMON statistics group configuration for that port.If the index number is 0, the
correct index number (in the range of 1 to 100) is filled and the owner is optional. You can
configure the RMON statistics group for the port.The statistics table shows the port statistics
from the successful configuration.
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Pic 62 RMON statistics group configuration page
(2)RMON history group configuration page
Figure 63 shows the RMON history group configuration page.User can configure the
RMON history group from this page.Select a port from the drop-down list to view / configure
the RMON history group configuration for that port.If the index number is 0, the correct index
number (in the range of 1 to 100), the interval, the request Buckets, and the owner is optional.
You can configure the RMON history group for the port.Interval refers to the time interval for
collecting data, in seconds, in the range of 1-3600; the request Buckets is the allocated
storage size, indicating how many records are stored, the range is 1-100.The statistics table
shows the historical data that has been acquired since the configuration was successful.
Pic 63 RMON history group configuration page
(3)RMON alarm group configuration page
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Figure 64 shows the RMON alarm group configuration page, where users can create or
modify the RMON alarm group.Select a configured alarm group from the drop-down list to view
/ configure its information and select New to create it.The index range is 1 to 60, the interval is
1 to 3600, in seconds, the monitoring object must fill in the MIB node, the contrast can choose
absolute or delta,Also must fill in the upper and lower threshold, the event index, the owner is
optional.The alarm value is read-only and shows the sampled value when the last alarm was
issued. The event index refers to the index number of the RMON event group and must be
configured in advance.
Pic 64 RMON alarm group configuration page
(4)RMON event group configuration page
Figure 65 shows the RMON event group configuration page, where users can create or
modify RMON event groups.Select a configured event group from the drop-down list to view /
configure its information and select New to create it.The index range is 1 to 60, and the
description is a string. The action can select none (no operation), log (log), SNMP-trap or
log-and-trap. ), The shared name does not work in this device, the owner is optional.The last
send time is read-only, showing the last time the event was sent.
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Pic 65 RMON event group configuration page
18、Cluster configuration
(1)NDP configuration page
Figure 66 shows the NDP configuration page, where users can configure NDP.The
information that can be set includes: port selection, port NDP function, global NDP function,
NDP packet sending interval, and aging time of NDP packets on the receiving device.
Port selection, select the port as required, and enable the port NDP function. NDP must
run normally, and the NDP function of the global and port must be enabled at the same time.
Configure the aging time of the NDP packets sent by the device on the receiving device.
The effective time range is 1-4096 seconds. The default configuration is 180 seconds.
Configure the interval for sending NDP packets, the valid time range is 1-4096 seconds,
the default is 60 seconds.
Pic 66 NDP configuration page
(2)NTDP configuration page
Figure 67 shows the NTDP configuration page, where users can configure NTDP. The
information that can be set includes: Select port, enable port NTDP function, enable global
NTDP function, topology collection range, time topology collection interval, first port forwarding
packet delay time, and other port forwarding packets delay.
Port selection, you can select the port as required, and enable port NTDP function. NTDP
to run normally, you must also enable the global and port NTDP function.
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Configure the range of topology collection. The effective range is 1-6. In the default
topology, the maximum hop count of the device is 3.
Configure the interval for collecting topology information. The effective range is 0-65535
minutes. The default configuration is 1 minute.
Configure the delay time for forwarding packets on the first port. The effective range is
1-1000 milliseconds. The default configuration is 200 milliseconds.
Configure the delay time for forwarding packets on the first port. The effective range is
1-100 milliseconds. The default configuration is 20 milliseconds.
Pic 67 NTDP configuration page
(3)Cluster configuration page
Figure 68 shows the cluster configuration page, the user can configure the cluster through
this page and view the cluster member table.The information that can be set includes the
functions of enabling the cluster, configuring the management VLAN, the address pool of the
cluster, the interval for sending the handshake packets, the effective retention time of the
device, the name of the cluster, the way of joining the cluster, and deleting the cluster.
Enable the cluster function and enable the cluster function to function normally. You must
enable the cluster function first.
Configure a management VLAN with a valid range of 1-4094 and default to vlan1.
Configure the range of private IP addresses used by the member devices in the cluster.
The effective range of the IP address is 0.0.0.0 ~ 255.255.255.255. The effective range of the
mask length is 0 ~ 32.
The interval for sending the handshake packets is 1-255 seconds and the default is 10
seconds.
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Configure the effective retention time of the device. The effective range is 1-255 seconds.
The default configuration is 60 seconds.
To establish a cluster, you need to configure the cluster name, choose to join the cluster,
the way to join both manual and automatic. After the cluster is set up, it can be automatically
switched to manual, but manual can not be switched to automatic.Manual mode can change
the cluster name.
After you create a cluster, you can view member devices and candidate devices in the
cluster member table,you can add a member device or add a candidate device to a member
device depending on the role.
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19、ERPSc configuration
(1)EAPS configuration page
Figure 69 shows the EAPS configuration page,Users can use this page to enable ERPS
function, configure ERPS parameters, create and delete ERPS instance, ERPS ring and other
applications.
ERPS instance
Node role
Create and delete ERPS instances (<1-8>)
Configure the role of the node in the ERPS ring, the internetwork node or
the non-interconnected node
ERPS ring
Create and delete ERPS rings (<1-32>)
Ring mode
Configure ERPS ring mode, primary ring or subring
Node mode
Configuration ERPS ring node mode, RPL owner node, RPL neighbor
node or common ring node
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Protocol VLAN
configuration,delete ERPS ring protocol VLAN (<2-4094>)
Data VLAN
Configuration ERPS Ring Data VLAN (<1-4094>)
Ring port
Configuration, delete ERPS ring port, RPL port or common ring port
Restore Behavior
Configure ERPS ring recovery behavior, recoverable or
unrecoverable
hold-off Time Configure the ERPS loop hold-off time (<0-10000>), in ms, the default is 0
Guard Time
Configure the ERPS ring guard time (<10-2000>), in ms, defaults to 500
Wtr Time
Configure the ERPS ring wtr time (<1-12>), in min, default to 5
Wtb Time
Configure the ERPS ring wtb time (<1-10>), in seconds, the default is 5
Protocol packet transmission time
Configure the sending time of the ERPS ring
protocol packets (<1-10>), in seconds, the default is 5
Enable ERPS ring
Turn the ERPS ring on or off
Force to switch ERPS ring port
Force manual ERPS ring port
Manual recovery
Forced, clear to switch ERPS ring port
Force, remove manual ERPS ring port
Handle recovery of ERPS ring's unrecoverable behavior or manual
recovery before WTR / WTB expires
(2)ERPS information page
Figure 70 shows the ERPS information page, where users can view the ERPS
configuration information.
20、Log management
(1)Log information
Figure 71 shows the log information page, the user can view the log through this page.
Select the priority from the drop-down list, you can view the log of that level, click Refresh to
view the latest log.
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Pic 71 Log information page
21、POE port configuration
(1)POE port configuration
Figure 72 shows the 48V 802.3af/at POE product configuration page. You can configure
POE device total power (to be updated), POE single port power (to be updated), POE on or
off;This page allows you to view information about the current POE device
POE port:Select the power supply port number (1-24)
POE commodity status:enable or disable
Pic 72 48V 802.3af/at POE product configuration page
(2)POE schedule configuration
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Figure 73 shows the POE schedule configuration page. Through scheduling management,
you can enable or disable POE power supply according to actual requirements. The control
mode is hour + week mode.
Control port:Used to select the ports that need scheduled management (1-24)
control function:enable or disable
Pic 73 48V 802.3af/at
POE schedule configuration page
(3)POE Online detection (system to be updated)
Used to turn on or off the online detection device status detection, when the device when
the machine is re-starting the device power supply.
(4)24V Passive POE Reset
For 24V Passive PoE model, you can reset all PoE Port at page, to finish restart your PD
device like Wireless AP.
Pic 74 24V Passive POE product PoE Port Reset
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