General Proposal - Comtrol GmbH - Industrial Ethernet Switches

M12 SERIES SWITCHES
EN50155 approved
SATYRN M082-PG-M12-BP1
USER MANUAL
Comtrol GmbH | Unit 2 | Staplehurst |Weston on the Green
Bicester | OX25 3QU | UK
+44 1869 352740
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Table of Contents
1
Getting to Know Your Switch ................................................................................................1
1.1
About the Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1 .........................................................................1
1.2
Software Features.............................................................................................................1
1.3
Hardware Features ...........................................................................................................1
2
Hardware Installation ...............................................................................................................2
3
Hardware Overview..................................................................................................................3
4
3.1
Front Panel .......................................................................................................................3
3.2
Panel LEDs.......................................................................................................................4
3.3
PoE pin definition ...........................................................................................................5
3.4
Gigabit pin definition ......................................................................................................5
3.5
Console Port pin definition ............................................................................................5
3.6
Power Port pin definitions .............................................................................................6
3.7
Relay pin definitions ........................................................................................................6
Browser based Management ...................................................................................................6
4.1
Configuring the M082-PG-M12-BP1 using a Browser ..............................................6
4.1.1
About Browser-based Management .........................................................................6
4.1.2
System Information ....................................................................................................8
4.1.2.1
4.1.3
Location Alert .....................................................................................................8
Basic settings ................................................................................................................8
4.1.3.1
Front Panel ..........................................................................................................8
4.1.3.2
Switch Setting .....................................................................................................8
4.1.3.3
Admin Password ................................................................................................8
4.1.3.4
IP Setting .............................................................................................................9
4.1.3.5
Time Setting ..................................................................................................... 10
4.1.3.6
LLDP ................................................................................................................ 13
4.1.3.7
Modbus TCP.................................................................................................... 13
4.1.3.8
Auto Provision................................................................................................. 14
4.1.3.9
Backup & Restore ........................................................................................... 15
4.1.3.10 Upgrade Firmware .......................................................................................... 16
4.1.4
DHCP Server ............................................................................................................ 17
4.1.4.1
DHCP Server - Setting ................................................................................... 17
4.1.4.2
DHCP Server - Client List ............................................................................. 18
4.1.4.3
DHCP - Port and IP binding ........................................................................ 18
4.1.4.4
DHCP Server – DHCP Relay Agent ........................................................... 18
4.1.5
Port Setting ................................................................................................................ 20
4.1.5.1
Port Control ..................................................................................................... 20
4.1.5.2
Port Status ........................................................................................................ 21
4.1.5.3
Port Alias .......................................................................................................... 21
4.1.5.4
Rate Limit ......................................................................................................... 21
4.1.5.5
Port Trunk ........................................................................................................ 22
4.1.5.6
Loop Guard ..................................................................................................... 24
4.1.6
Redundancy ............................................................................................................... 24
4.1.6.1
Satyrn-Ring ....................................................................................................... 24
4.1.6.2
Satyrn-Open ..................................................................................................... 26
4.1.6.3
Satyrn Link ....................................................................................................... 26
4.1.6.4
Satyrn-RSTP..................................................................................................... 27
4.1.6.5
RSTP – Repeater ............................................................................................. 28
4.1.6.6
Fast Recovery................................................................................................... 29
4.1.6.7
RSTP ................................................................................................................. 29
4.1.6.8
MSTP ................................................................................................................ 32
4.1.7
VLAN ........................................................................................................................ 35
4.1.7.1
VLAN Setting .................................................................................................. 36
4.1.7.2
VLAN Setting – Port Based .......................................................................... 37
4.1.8
SNMP Configuration ............................................................................................... 39
4.1.8.1
Agent Setting.................................................................................................... 39
4.1.8.2
SNMP – Trap Setting ..................................................................................... 40
4.1.8.3
SNMPv3 Setting .............................................................................................. 41
4.1.9
Traffic Prioritisation................................................................................................. 43
4.1.9.1
Traffic Prioritisation Policy............................................................................ 43
4.1.9.2
Port Based Priority .......................................................................................... 44
4.1.9.3
COS Based Priority ......................................................................................... 45
4.1.9.4
4.1.10
TOS/DSCP based Priority ............................................................................ 46
Multicast ................................................................................................................ 48
4.1.10.1 IGMP Snooping .............................................................................................. 48
4.1.10.2 Multicast VLAN Registration ........................................................................ 49
4.1.10.3 Multicast Filter ................................................................................................. 50
4.1.11
Security .................................................................................................................. 50
4.1.11.1 IP Security ........................................................................................................ 51
4.1.11.2 Port Security ..................................................................................................... 51
4.1.11.3 MAC Blacklist .................................................................................................. 52
4.1.11.4 802.1x ................................................................................................................ 53
4.1.11.5 IP Guard ........................................................................................................... 55
4.1.12
Warning ................................................................................................................. 58
4.1.12.1 Fault Alarm ...................................................................................................... 58
4.1.12.2 SYSLOG........................................................................................................... 59
4.1.12.3 SMTP Setting ................................................................................................... 59
4.1.12.4 Event Selection ................................................................................................ 60
4.1.13
Monitoring and Diagnostics ............................................................................... 62
4.1.13.1 System Event Log ........................................................................................... 62
4.1.13.2 MAC Address Table ....................................................................................... 63
4.1.13.3 Port Overview ................................................................................................. 64
4.1.13.4 Port Counters................................................................................................... 64
4.1.13.5 Port Monitoring ............................................................................................... 67
4.1.13.6 Traffic Monitor ................................................................................................ 68
4.1.13.7 Ping.................................................................................................................... 68
4.1.14
Power over Ethernet (PoE) ............................................................................... 69
4.1.14.1 System Setting .................................................................................................. 69
4.1.14.2 Power over Ethernet – Port Control ........................................................... 70
4.1.14.3 Port Status ........................................................................................................ 71
4.1.14.4 Power over Ethernet – Boot delay ............................................................... 72
4.1.14.5 Ping Alive Check ............................................................................................. 72
4.1.14.6 PoE Schedule ................................................................................................... 73
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4.1.15
Save Configuration .............................................................................................. 74
4.1.16
Factory Default .................................................................................................... 75
4.1.17
System Reboot ..................................................................................................... 75
Command Line Interface Management .............................................................................. 75
5.1
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About CLI Management .............................................................................................. 75
5.1.1
RS-232 Serial Console port ..................................................................................... 76
5.1.2
CLI Management by Telnet .................................................................................... 79
5.2
Commands Level .......................................................................................................... 79
5.3
Command Level Indicators ......................................................................................... 81
5.4
Commands Set List—System Commands Set.......................................................... 81
5.5
Commands Set List—Port Commands Set .............................................................. 83
5.6
Commands Set List—Trunk command set .............................................................. 85
5.7
Commands Set List—VLAN command set ............................................................. 86
5.8
Commands Set List—Spanning Tree command set................................................ 87
5.9
Commands Set List—QoS command set ................................................................. 89
5.10
Commands Set List—IGMP command set .............................................................. 90
5.11
Commands Set List—MAC/Filter Table command set ......................................... 90
5.12
Commands Set List—SNMP command set ............................................................. 91
5.13
Commands Set List—Port Mirroring command set ............................................... 92
5.14
Commands Set List—802.1x command set.............................................................. 92
5.15
Commands Set List—TFTP command set .............................................................. 94
5.16
Commands Set List—SYSLOG, SMTP, EVENT command set ......................... 94
5.17
Commands Set List—SNTP command set .............................................................. 96
5.18
Commands Set List—Satyrn-Ring command set .................................................... 97
Technical Specification ......................................................................................................... 98
Comtrol GmbH
Staplehurst
Weston on the Green
Bicester
OX25 3QU
UK
TELEPHONE
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Fax
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Support
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E-MAILS
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1 Getting to Know Your Switch
1.1
About the Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1
The Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1 is an EN50155 approved switch and is part of a range of
powerful managed switches designed for use in railway applications. With PoE on each
port it is an ideal switch to work in conjunction with IP cameras. The Gigabit link allows
the switch to operate on a high speed backbone. The hardware bypass feature on the
switch means that it can allow the data on the network pass through even when power is
not available for the switch. The Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1 can be managed by WEB,
TELNET, Console or other third-party SNMP software as well. These switches can also
be managed by a useful utility included with all Comtrol’s Satyrn managed switches called
Satyrn View, a powerful network management software. With Satyrn View’s easy-to-use
interface, you can easily configure multiple switches at once and then monitor their status.
1.2
Software Features
o The world’s fastest Redundant Ethernet Ring (Recovery time < 10ms with up to
250 units)
o Ring Coupling, Dual Homing using Satyrn Ring and standard STP/RSTP/MSTP
o Support for SNMPv1/v2c/v3 & RMON as well as Port base/802.1Q VLAN
Network Management
o Event notification by email, SNMP trap and Relay Output
o Web-based, Telnet, Console, and CLI configuration
o Enable/disable ports, MAC based port security
o Port based network access control (802.1x)
o VLAN (802.1Q) to segregate and secure network traffic
o Radius centralized password management
o SNMPv3 encrypted authentication and access security
o Quality of Service (802.1p) for real-time traffic
o VLAN (802.1Q) with double tagging and GVRP supported
o IGMP Snooping for multicast filtering
o Port configuration, status, statistics, mirroring, security
o Remote Monitoring (RMON)
1.3
Hardware Features
o Two redundant DC power inputs on an M23 connector
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o Wide operating temperature range: -40 to 70oC
o Storage temperature: -40 to 85oC
o Operating humidity: 5% to 95%, non-condensing
o Casing: IP-40
o 10/100Base-T(X) Ethernet port on M12 connectors with PoE (802.3af)
o 10/100/1000Base-T(X) Gigabit Ethernet port on M12 connectors
o The two Gigabit ports act as a hardware bypass
o Console port (RS-232 on M12 connectors)
o Dimensions (W x D x H) 170 x 75 x 196mm
2 Hardware Installation
There are four screw mounting points as shown in the following diagram.
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3 Hardware Overview
3.1
Front Panel

8 x 10/100 Base TX M12 Ethernet ports
o PoE ports to IEEE802.3af PoE specification
o Auto negotiation
o Default settings


Speed:
auto

Duplex
auto

Flow control disabled
2 x 10/100/1000 Base TX Gigabit ports (2 x M12 per port)
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
Console
o RS-232 M12 connector for switch management

Reset
o Push and hold button for 2-3 seconds to reset the switch
o Push and hold button for 5 seconds to reset the switch to factory default

Relay
o Identifies a power fault. 3A at 24VDC
3.2
Panel LEDs
PWR1
Green
On
DC power module 1 activated
PWR2
Green
On
DC power module 2 activated
RM
Green
On
Satyrn Ring Master
Ring
Green
On
Satyrn Ring enabled
Slow blinking
Satyrn Ring topology problem
Fast blinking
Satyrn Ring working normally
On
Fault relay activated. Power failure or
Fault
Amber
10/100
LNK/ACT
port failure
Green
On
Port link up
Blinking
Data transmitted
Full Duplex
Amber
On
Port operating at full duplex
PoE
Green
On
PoE in operation
Green
On
Port link up
Blinking
Data transmitted
On
Data rate is 100Mbps
Gigabit
LNK/ACT
100Mbps
Amber
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3.3
PoE pin definition
3.4
Gigabit pin definition
3.5
Console Port pin definition
The Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1 can be managed via an RS-232 console port.
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3.6
Power Port pin definitions
The Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1 has dual redundant power supplies on an M23 connector.
3.7
Relay pin definitions
The Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1 has a relay indicating power failure.
4 Browser based Management
WARNING! – It is important that, whilst setting up or during firmware
upgrade, you do NOT power off the switch.
4.1
Configuring the M082-PG-M12-BP1 using a Browser
This section introduces the configuration of the switch using a web browser.
4.1.1
About Browser-based Management
An embedded HTML web site resides in flash memory on the CPU board. It contains
advanced management features and allows you to manage the switch from anywhere on the
network through a standard web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer. The
browser-based management function supports Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher. It is based
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on Java applets with an aim to reduce network bandwidth consumption, enhance access
speed and provide an easy, useful interface.
Note: By default, version IE5.0 or later does not allow Java Applets to open sockets. You
will need to explicitly modify the browser settings in order to enable Java applets to use
network port.
Preparing for Browser Management
The default settings are as follows:
IP Address
192.168.250.250
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Default Gateway
192.168.250.1
User Name
comtrol
Password
satyrn
System Login
Launch Internet Explorer or another Internet browser.
Type http:// followed by the IP address of the switch (the default IP address is
192.168.250.250) into the address field and then press “Enter”.
When the login screen appears, enter the User name and Password (the default User name
is comtrol and the default Password is satyrn) into the fields and then press “Enter” or
click the OK button.
The main interface of the Browser-based management will appear.
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4.1.2 System Information
This contains the basic information about the switch, click here from any part of the
document to return here.
4.1.2.1
Location Alert
This function helps you physically locate a specific switch by flashing the PWR and Fault
lights.
Enable Location Alert switches on the flashing the PWR and Fault lights.
Disable Location Alert switches off the flashing the PWR and Fault lights
4.1.3 Basic settings
This section allows you to set the basic switch settings, IP address as well as perform
various backup, restore, factory default and reboot operations.
4.1.3.1
Front Panel
This returns the switch schematic to view.
4.1.3.2
Switch Setting
This is the standard switch setting interface.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
System Name
Assign the switch name here. Maximum length is 64 characters.
System Description
Displays the switch description.
System Location
Assign the switch's physical location here. The maximum length is
64 characters.
System Contact
Enter the name of a contact person or organization.
4.1.3.3
Admin Password
You can change the Browser management login in user name and pass word here.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
User name
Enter the new username. (The default is “comtrol”)
New Password
Enter the new password. (The default is “satyrn”)
Confirm password
Re-type the new password.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save changed configuration settings
4.1.3.4
IP Setting
You can configure the IP Settings and DHCP client function here.
The following table describes the options available.
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Option
Description
DHCP Client
Enable or disable the DHCP client function. When the DHCP
client function is enabled, the switch will be assigned the IP
address from the network DHCP server and the default IP
address will be replaced by the IP address which the DHCP
server has assigned. After clicking the “Apply” button, a pop-up
dialog will show up to inform you that the DHCP client is enabled.
. The current IP will be replaced by the new IP address on the
DHCP server.
IP Address
Assign the IP address used by the network. If the DHCP client
function is enabled, you do not need to assign an IP address.
The network DHCP server will assign the switch's IP address and
it will be displayed in this column. The default IP address is:
192.168.10.1
Subnet Mask
Assign the subnet mask of the IP address.
If DHCP client
function is enabled, you do not need to assign the subnet mask
Gateway
Assign the switch's network gateway. The default gateway is:
192.168.250.250
DNS1
Assign the primary DNS IP address
DNS2
Assign the secondary DNS IP address
Apply
Click “Apply” to activate the changed configuration.
4.1.3.5
Time Setting
This section includes configuration for the system clock and SNTP (Simple Network Time
Protocol).
System Clock
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Option
Description
System clock
This field shows the current system timer. The time stamp could
be assigned by manual configuration or by SNTP server.
System Date
Specify the year, month and day of system clock(YYYY/MM/DD).
Year:2006-2015. Month: Jan-Dec. Day:1-31(28)
System Time
Specify the hour, minute and second of system clock(hh:mm:ss).
Hour:0-24, Minute:0-59, Second:0-59
SNTP
The SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) allows you to synchronise switch clocks
across the network.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Enable or disable SNTP function to obtain the time from the
SNTP Client
specified SNTP server.
Daylight Saving Time
Enable or disable the daylight saving time function. When
daylight saving time is enabled you need to specify the dates
it applies.
UTC Time zone
Set the switch's time zone. The table at the end of this
section lists the different time zones for your reference.
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SNTP Server IP Address
Set the SNTP server's IP address.
Daylight Saving Period
Set up the Daylight Saving start time and Daylight Saving end
time. Note that both will be different every year.
Daylight Saving Offset
Set up the offset time.
PTP Client
The Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is a time-transfer protocol
that allows precise synchronization of networks. Accuracy
within the nanosecond range can be achieved with this
protocol when using hardware-generated timestamps.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration settings.
Local Time Zone
Conversion from UTC
Time at 12:00 UTC
November Time Zone
- 1 hour
11 am
Oscar Time Zone
-2 hours
10 am
ADT - Atlantic Daylight
-3 hours
9 am
-4 hours
8 am
-5 hours
7 am
-6 hours
6 am
-7 hours
5 am
-8 hours
4 am
ALA - Alaskan Standard
-9 hours
3 am
HAW - Hawaiian Standard
-10 hours
2 am
Nome, Alaska
-11 hours
1 am
CET
Central
European
FWT
French
Winter
MET
Middle
European
MEWT - Middle European Winter
SWT - Swedish Winter
+1 hour
1 pm
EET - Eastern European, USSR
Zone 1
+2 hours
2 pm
BT - Baghdad, USSR Zone 2
+3 hours
3 pm
ZP4 - USSR Zone 3
+4 hours
4 pm
ZP5 - USSR Zone 4
+5 hours
5 pm
ZP6 - USSR Zone 5
+6 hours
6 pm
AST
Atlantic
EDT - Eastern Daylight
Standard
EST
Eastern
CDT - Central Daylight
Standard
CST
Central
MDT - Mountain Daylight
Standard
MST
Mountain
PDT - Pacific Daylight
Standard
PST
Pacific
ADT - Alaskan Daylight
Standard
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WAST - West Australian Standard
+7 hours
7 pm
CCT - China Coast, USSR Zone 7
+8 hours
8 pm
JST - Japan Standard, USSR Zone 8
+9 hours
9 pm
EAST - East Australian Standard
GST
Guam Standard, USSR Zone 9
+10 hours
10 pm
IDLE - International Date Line
NZST - New Zealand Standard
NZT - New Zealand
+12 hours
Midnight
4.1.3.6
LLDP
The LLDP (Link Layer Discovery Protocol) function allows the switch to advertise its
information to other nodes on the network and store the information it receives.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
LLDP Protocol
“Enable” or “Disable” LLDP function.
LLDP Interval
The interval for resending LLDP frames (default is 30 seconds)
Neighbour Info
Identifies the switches directly connected to the current switch
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Help
Show the help file.
4.1.3.7
Modbus TCP
The Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1 supports Modbus TCP, for detail about Modbus access
www.modbus.org
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The following table describes the options available.
OPtion
Description
Mode
4.1.3.8
Enable or Disable Modbus TCP function
Auto Provision
Auto Provision allows you to automatically update the switch firmware. You can put the
firmware or a configuration file on a TFTP server. When you subsequently reboot the
switch, it will upgrade automatically. Before updating, make sure you have your TFTP
server ready and that both the firmware image and configuration file is on the TFTP server.
The following table describes the options available.
Options
Description
Auto Install Configuration
Check this box to auto install configuration file on reboot
TFTP Server IP Address
Enter the TFTP server IP address.
Configuration File Name
Enter the switch configuration file name
Auto install Firmware
Check this box to auto install Firmware Image on reboot
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Firmware File Name
4.1.3.9
Enter the switch file name
Backup & Restore
The switch configuration is stored on an EEPROM. This can be backed up to the TFTP
server, and then later restored.
The following table describes the options available.
Options
Description
TFTP Server IP Address
Enter the TFTP server IP address.
Restore File Name
Enter the switch configuration file name
Restore
Click “restore” to restore the saved configuration.
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From local PC
You can select the file to restore without using an TFTP server
Restore File Name
Browse the PC to find the restore file
Backup
Click “backup” to backup the current configuration.
To local PC
Back up the config file to the switch
4.1.3.10 Upgrade Firmware
Upgrade Firmware allows you to update the switch's firmware. Before updating, be sure to
have your TFTP server ready and the firmware image available on the TFTP server.
The following table describes the labels in this screen.
Label
Description
TFTP Server IP
Enter the TFTP server IP address.
Firmware File Name
Enter the firmware file name
Upgrade
Click “upgrade” to upgrade the firmware.
From local PC
You can browse for the firmware file on a local PC
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4.1.4 DHCP Server
The M082-PG-M12-BP1can operate as a DHCP server. This section allows you to select
this mode and select various parameters.
4.1.4.1
DHCP Server - Setting
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
DHCP Server
Enable or Disable the DHCP Server function. When enabled, the
switch will act as the DHCP server on the local network
Start IP Address
The lower limit of the dynamic IP address range. The lower IP
address is the beginning of the dynamic IP address range. For
example, if the dynamic IP address range is from 192.168.1.100
to 192.168.1.200, then 192.168.1.100 will be the start IP address.
End IP Address
The upper limit of the dynamic IP address range. The highest IP
address is the end of the dynamic IP address range. For
example, if the dynamic IP address range is from 192.168.1.100
to 192.168.1.200, then 192.168.1.200 will be the End IP address
Subnet Mask
The subnet mask for the dynamic IP address range.
Gateway
The network gateway.
DNS
The Domain Name Server.
Lease Time (Hour)
The time at which the system will reset the assigned dynamic IP
to ensure the IP address is in use.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
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4.1.4.2
DHCP Server - Client List
When the DHCP server function is activated, the system will collect the DHCP client
information and display it here.
4.1.4.3
DHCP - Port and IP binding
You can assign a specific IP address in the assigned dynamic IP range to a specific port.
When a device is connecting to the port and requests a dynamic IP assignment, the system
will assign the specific IP address allocated to that port.
4.1.4.4
DHCP Server – DHCP Relay Agent
The DHCP relay agent relays DHCP messages between clients and servers for DHCP on
different subnet domains. The DHCP relay agent uses Option 82 to insert specific
information into a request that is being forwarded to a DHCP server, and uses Option 82
to remove the specific information from reply packets when forwarding server DHCP
packets to a DHCP client.
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The following table identifies the options available.
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Option
Description
DHCP Relay
Enable/Disable DHCP Relay Agent.
DHCP Server IP
Address and VID
Specify the IP address and VID of DHCP server. Keep "0.0.0.0"
DHCP Option 82
Remote ID
"Option 82 Remote ID" provides an identifier for the remote server.
DHCP Option 82
Circuit-ID Table
"Option 82 Circuit-ID" encodes an agent-local identifier of the circuit
means server is inactive.
There are 4 types supported: IP, MAC, Client-ID, and Other.
from which a DHCP client-to-server packet was received. It is
intended for use by agents in relaying DHCP responses back to the
proper circuit.
Apply
Click “Apply” to set the configurations.
4.1.5 Port Setting
This section enables you to assign specific parameters to each individual port.
4.1.5.1
Port Control
The Port Control function allows you to set the state, speed/duplex, flow control, and
security of the individual ports.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Port No.
Port identification number.
State
Enable or Disable the port.
Speed/Duplex
Options: Auto-negotiation, 100 full, 100 half, 10 full, 10 half mode.
Flow Control
Support symmetric and asymmetric mode to avoid packet loss
when congestion occurs.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration settings.
4.1.5.2
Port Status
Once the Port Control settings have been made they can then be seen in the Port Status.
4.1.5.3
Port Alias
A port alias can be defined here making overall management of the system easier.
4.1.5.4
Rate Limit
You can set a limit on the traffic of all ports, including broadcast, multicast and flooded
Unicast using this function.. You can distinguish between transmitted and received data
and permit different limits to be set on incoming and outgoing traffic.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Ingress Limit Frame Type
Options:
o
“all”
o
“Broadcast only”
o
”Broadcast/Multicast”
o
”Broadcast/Multicast/Flooded Unicast”
Ingress
The limit on traffic received through the switch port.
Egress
The limit on traffic transmitted through the switch port.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the configuration.
4.1.5.5
Port Trunk
Port Trunk setting
Static trunk or 802.3ad LACP can be selected to combine several physical links with a
logical link in order to increase the bandwidth.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Group ID
Select the port to join a trunk group.
Type
Choose between static trunk and 802.3ad LACP.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Port Trunk – Status
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You can check the configuration of port trunk here.
4.1.5.6
Loop Guard
This feature prevents the loop attack when the port receives a loop packet. The port will
auto disable preventing the loop attack affecting other network devices.
Option
Description
Active
Loop Guard Enable or Disable
Port Status
Port work status.
4.1.6 Redundancy
4.1.6.1
Satyrn-Ring
Satyrn-Ring features one of the most powerful redundant ring technologies in the world.
The recovery time of Satyrn-Ring is less than 10 mS over 250 units of connections. This
redundancy can reduce unexpected malfunctions caused by changes to the network
topology. Satyrn-Ring technology supports three ring topologies for network redundancy:
Satyrn-Ring, Coupling Ring and Dual Homing.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Enable Ring
Check box to enable Satyrn-Ring.
Ring Master
There should be only one Ring Master in a ring. However if there
are two or more switches for which Ring Master is enabled, the
switch with the lowest MAC address will serve as the Ring Master
and others will serve as Backup Masters.
st
1 Ring Port
nd
2
Ring Port
Couple Ring
The Ring Master's primary port.
The Ring-Master's secondary port.
Check box to enable Coupling Ring. Coupling Ring can be used
to divide a big ring into two smaller rings to prevent network
topology changes from affecting all the switches.. It is useful for
connecting two Satyrn-Rings.
Link to Coupling Port of the switch in another ring. A Coupling
Ring needs four switches to build active and backup links.
Couple Port
Set a port as coupling port. The coupled four ports of four
switches will be run in active/backup mode.
Dual Homing
Check box to enable Dual Homing. By selecting Dual Homing
mode, Satyrn-Ring will be connected to normal switches through
two RSTP links (ex: backbone Switch). The two links work in
active/backup mode and connect each Satyrn-Ring to the normal
switches in RSTP mode.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration settings.
Note: Do not set one switch as both a Ring Master and a Coupling Ring at the same time
as this will place a heavy load on the network.
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4.1.6.2
Satyrn-Open
Satyrn-Open technology can be utilized with proprietary rings from other vendors. Satyrn
switches can be added to networks based on other ring technologies and will cooperate
with managed switches from other vendors.
Further vendors are being added all the time. Contact Technical Support for an up to date
list.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Enable
Enable the Satyrn-Open function.
Vendor
Select the appropriate vendor for the ring you want to join.
st
1 Ring Port
nd
2
Ring Port
4.1.6.3
Select the port to connect to the ring
Select the port to connect to the ring
Satyrn Link
Satyrn Link allows you to add on network redundancy topology for any backbone network.
This enables multiple redundant network rings to combine together and function as a
larger more robust network.
Satyrn Link only requires the edge port of the edge switch to be identified with other
switches in the ring with Satyrn Link enabled.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Enable
Enable the Satyrn-Link function.
Uplink Port
Select the appropriate port for 1 or 2 uplink port
Edge Port
Select the port connected to the main riing
Apply
Apply the selected settings
4.1.6.4
st
nd
Satyrn-RSTP
Satyrn-RSTP is Comtrol’s proprietary redundant ring technology. It is an improvement
upon standard STP/RSTP, as the recovery time of Satyrn-RSTP is less than 20ms. SatyrnRSTP also supports more connection nodes in a ring topology. The key feature is that the
individual switches can be set up as either master and backup devices.
The Satyrn-RSTP configuration page is shown below.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
ROOT switch
Port Active
The switch can be assigned to be the master or backup device.
Select the port
Status
Apply
4.1.6.5
o
INACTIVE - If the check box is unticked, the port is not
involved in the Satyrn-RSTP structure.
o
LINKDOWN: If the check box is ticked, and the cable is
disconnected or the connection is inactive, the state will
show as "LINKDOWN".
o
BLOCKING: The port state is in this state if a switching
loop is created.
o
FORWARDING: The port receives and sends data in
normal operation.
Apply the selected settings
RSTP – Repeater
This is a simple function that can pass RSTP BPDU packets directly as if two RSTP
devices were connected.
Option
Description
Enable
Check this box to enable RSTP-Repeater.
st
1 Ring Port
nd
2
Ring Port
Edge Port
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Choosing the port which connect to the RSTP
Choosing the port which connect to the RSTP
Only the edge device (connected to RSTP device) needs to
specify edge port. The user must specify the edge port according
to topology of network.
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4.1.6.6
Fast Recovery
The Fast Recovery Mode can be set to connect multiple ports to one or more switches.
The M082-PG-M12-BP1 with its fast recovery mode will provide redundant links. Fast
Recovery mode supports 10 priorities, only the first priority will be the active port, the
other ports configured with other priority will be the backup ports.
Label
Description
Active
Activate the fast recovery mode.
port
Each port can be configured as 10 priorities. Only the port with
highest priority will be the active port. 1st Priority is the highest.
Apply
Click “Apply” to activate the configurations.
4.1.6.7
RSTP
The Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) is an improved variant of the Spanning Tree
Protocol. It provides faster spanning tree convergence after a change to the network
topology. The system also supports STP and will auto detect connected devices that are
running STP or RSTP protocol.
RSTP Settings
You can enable or disable the RSTP function, and set the parameters for each port.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
RSTP mode
The RSTP function must be enabled before configuring the
related parameters.
Priority (0-61440)
A value used to identify the root bridge. The bridge with the
lowest value with the highest priority and is selected as the root.
If the value is changed, you must restart the switch. The value
must be between 0 and 61440 and be a multiple of 4096.
Max Age (6-40)
The number of seconds a bridge will wait without receiving
Spanning-Tree Protocol configuration messages before
reconfiguring. Select a value between 6 and 40.
Hello Time (1-10)
The time in which the switch sends out a BPDU (Bridge Protocol
Data Unit) packet to check current RSTP status. Enter a value
between 1 through 10.
Forwarding
Time (4-30)
The number of seconds a port waits before changing from its
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol learning and listening states to the
Delay
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forwarding state. Enter a value between 4 and 30.
Path
Cost
200000000)
(1-
The cost of the path from the transmitting bridge to the receiving
bridge at the specified port. The value must be between 1 and
200000000.
Priority (0-240)
Select which port should be blocked by setting the LAN priority.
The priority must be a value between 0 and 240 and be a multiple
of 16.
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 bridge (i.e., it is served by a
point-to-point LAN segment), or it can be connected to two or
more bridges (i.e., it is served by a shared medium LAN
segment). This function allows the P2P status of the link to be
administratively controlled.
True means P2P is enabled. False means P2P is disabled.
Admin Edge
The port directly connected to end stations that does not create
bridging loop in the network. To configure the port as an edge
port, set the port to “True”.
Admin Non STP
The port includes the STP mathematic calculation. True does not
include the STP mathematic calculation. False includes the STP
mathematic calculation.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
NOTE: Use the following formula to configure the MAX Age, Hello Time, and Forward
Delay Time:
2 x (Forward Delay Time value –1) ≥ Max Age value ≥ 2 x (Hello Time value +1)
RSTP Information
Once the RSTP settings have been made they can then be seen in the RSTP Information.
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MSTP
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) is a standard protocol base on IEEE 802.1s. The
function permits several VLANs to be mapped to a reduced number of spanning tree
instances because most networks do not require more than a few logical topologies. It
supports a load balancing scheme and puts less stress on the CPU than PVST (a
proprietary Cisco protocol).
MSTP Settings
The following table describes the options available.
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Option
Description
MSTP Enable
The MSTP function must be enabled before configuring the
related parameters.
Force Version
The Force Version function can be used to force a VLAN bridge
utilising RSTP to operate in an MSTP-compatible manner.
Configuration Name
An MST Region must have the same MST configuration name.
Revision
65535)
An MST Region must have the same revision level.
Level
(0-
Priority (0-61440)
A value used to identify the root bridge. The bridge with the
lowest value has the highest priority and is selected as the root.
If the value is changed, you must restart the switch. The value
must be between 0 and 61440 and be a multiple of 4096.
Max Age(6-40)
The number of seconds a bridge will wait without receiving
Spanning-Tree Protocol configuration messages before
reconfiguring. The value must be between 6 and 40.
Hello Time (1-10)
How often the switch sends out the BPDU (Bridge Protocol Data
Unit) packet in order to check RSTP current status. The value
must be between 1 and 10.
Forwarding
Time (4-30)
The number of seconds a port must wait before changing from a
learning/listening state to a forwarding state. The value must be
between 4 and 30.
Delay
Max Hops (1-40)
This parameter is in addition to those specified for RSTP. A
single value will apply to all Spanning Trees within an MST
Region (the CIST and all MSTIs) for which the Bridge is the
Regional Root.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
When the information has been entered, details are confirmed in the CIST Root Bridge
Information which appears.
MSTP Bridge Port
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Port No.
Selects the port you want to configure.
Priority (0-240)
Select which port should be blocked by setting the LAN priority.
The priority must be a value between 0 and 240 and be a multiple
of 16.
Path
Cost
200000000)
(1-
The cost of the path from the transmitting bridge to the receiving
bridge at the specified port. The value must be between 1 and
200000000.
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 bridge (i.e., it is served by a
point-to-point LAN segment), or it can be connected to two or
more bridges (i.e., it is served by a shared medium LAN
segment). This function allows the P2P status of the link to be
administratively controlled. P2P-enabled equals “True”. P2Pdisabled equals “False”.
Admin Edge
The port is directly connected to end stations and cannot create
bridging loop in the network. To configure the port as an edge
port, set the port to “True”.
Admin Non STP
The port includes the STP mathematic calculation. True does not
include the STP mathematic calculation. False includes the STP
mathematic calculation.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
MSTP Instance
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Instance
Set the instance from 1 to 15
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State
Enable or disable the instance
VLANs
Set which VLAN will belong to which instance
Priority (0-61440)
A value used to identify the root bridge. The bridge with the
lowest value has the highest priority and is selected as the root.
If the value is changed, you must restart the switch. The value
must be between 0 and 61440 and be a multiple of 4096.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
MSTP Instance Port
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Instance
Set the instance’s information except when CIST is selected.
Port
Select the port you want to configure.
Priority (0-240)
Select which port should be blocked by setting the LAN priority.
The priority must be a value between 0 and 240 and be a multiple
of 16.
Path
Cost
200000000)
(1-
Apply
The cost of the path from the transmitting bridge to the receiving
bridge at the specified port. The value must be between 1 and
200000000.
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
4.1.7 VLAN
A Virtual LAN (VLAN) is a logical network grouping that limits the broadcast domain and
allows you to isolate network traffic. Only the members of the same VLAN will receive
traffic from the other members. Creating a VLAN from a switch is the logical equivalent
of separating a group of network devices. However, all the network devices are still
physically plugged into the same switch.
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Satyrn M series switches support both port-based and 802.1Q (tagged-based) VLAN. The
default configuration of VLAN operation mode is “802.1Q”.
4.1.7.1
VLAN Setting
Tagged-based VLAN is an IEEE 802.1Q specification standard and permits the creation of
a VLAN across devices from different switch vendors. IEEE 802.1Q VLAN inserts an
identification tag into the Ethernet frames. Each tag contains a VLAN Identifier (VID)
that identifies the VLAN to which it belongs.
You can create tag-based VLAN with GVRP protocol either enabled or disabled. There
are 256 VLAN groups available. With 802.1Q VLAN enabled, all ports on the switch
belong to the default VLAN with a VID number 1. The default VLAN cannot be deleted.
GVRP allows automatic VLAN configuration between the switch and the nodes. If the
switch is connected to a GVRP-enabled device, when you send a GVRP request to the
VID of a VLAN defined on the switch, the switch will automatically add that device to the
existing VLAN.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
VLAN Operation Mode
Configures the VLAN Operation Mode:
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Disable
o
Port Base
o
802.1Q
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GVRP Mode
Enable/Disable GVRP function.
Management VLAN ID
Management VLAN provides the network administrator with a
secured VLAN to the management switch. Only the devices
in the management VLAN can access the switch.
Link type
Configures the link type:
o
Access Link: single switch only, permits grouping
ports by setting the same VID.
o
Trunk Link: extended application of Access Link,
permits grouping ports by setting the same VID with 2
or more switches.
o
Hybrid Link: Both Access Link and Trunk Link are
available.
o
Hybrid(QinQ) Link: enable QinQ mode permits the
insertion of one more VLAN tag in a original VLAN
frame.
Untagged VID
Sets the port default VLAN ID for untagged devices that
connect to the port. The range is 1 to 4094.
Tagged VIDs
Sets the tagged VIDs to carry different VLAN frames to other
switch.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the configuration.
4.1.7.2
VLAN Setting – Port Based
Traffic is forwarded to the member ports of the same VLAN group.
Initial Setup
Use this to set up the VLAN.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Add
Click “add” to enter the VLAN add interface.
Edit
Edit existing VLAN
Delete
Delete existing VLAN
Help
Show help file.
VLAN Interface
Use this for details of the VLAN.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Group Name
VLAN name.
VLAN ID
Specify the VLAN ID
Add
Select a port to join the VLAN group.
Remove
Remove a port from the VLAN group
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
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Help
Show help file.
4.1.8 SNMP Configuration
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is the protocol developed to manage
nodes (servers, workstations, routers, switches and hubs etc.) on an IP network. SNMP
allows network administrators to manage network performance, find and solve network
problems, and accommodate for network growth. Network management systems are
informed of problems by receiving traps or change notices from network devices that
implement SNMP.
4.1.8.1
Agent Setting
You can set SNMP agent-related information with the Agent Setting function.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
SNMP agent Version
Three SNMP versions are supported
o SNMPv1
o SNMPv2c
o SNMPv3
The SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c agents use a community string
match for authentication, which means SNMP servers will access
objects with read-only or read/write permissions with the
community default string public/private.
SNMPv1/v2c
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SNMPv3 requires an authentication level of MD5 or DES to
encrypt data for enhanced data security.
SNMP Community should be set for SNMPv1 or SNMPv2c.
Four sets of "Community String/Privilege" are supported. Each
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Community
SNMPv3User
Community String has a maximum of 32 characters. Leave this
box empty to remove the Community String.
If SNMPv3 agent is selected, the SNMPv3 user profile should be
set for authentication. The Username is required The Auth
Password is encrypted by MD5 and the Privacy Password is
encrypted by DES. There are a maximum 8 sets of SNMPv3
User and a maximum of 16 characters for both the Username and
Password.
When SNMPv3 agent is selected, you can:
o
Input SNMPv3 username only
o
Input SNMPv3 username and Auth Password
o
Input SNMPv3 username, Auth Password and Privacy
Password, which can be different from Auth Password.
To remove a current user profile
o
Current
SNMPv3
User Profile
Enter SNMPv3 user name you want to remove
o Click "Remove" button
Shows all the SNMPv3 user profiles.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Help
Show help file.
4.1.8.2
SNMP – Trap Setting
A trap manager is a management station that receives traps, which are system alerts
generated by the switch. If no trap manager is defined, no traps will be sent. Create a trap
manager by entering the IP address of the station and a community string. To define a
management station as a trap manager, enter SNMP community strings and select the
SNMP version.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Server IP
The server IP address to receive traps
Community
Community for authentication
Trap Version
Trap Version supports V1 and V2c.
Add
Add trap server profile.
Remove
Remove trap server profile.
Help
Show help file.
4.1.8.3
SNMPv3 Setting
SNMPv3 adds security and remote configuration enhancements to SNMP. Use this section
to set the SNMPv3 features.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Context Table
Configure SNMP v3 context table. Assign the context name
of context table. Click "Apply" to change context name
User Table
1. Configure SNMP v3 user table.
2. User ID: set up the user name.
3. Authentication Password: set up the
authentication password.
4. Privacy Password: set up the private password.
5. Click "Add" to add context name.
6. Click "Remove" to remove context name.
Group Table
1. Configure SNMP v3 group table.
2. Security Name (User ID): assign the user name
that you have set up in user table.
3. Group Name: set up the group name.
4. Click "Add" to add context name.
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5. Click "Remove" to remove context name.
Access Table
1. Configure SNMP v3 access table.
2. Context Prefix: set up the context name.
3. Group Name: set up the group.
4. Security Level: select the access level.
5. Context Match Rule: select the context match
rule.
6. Read View Name: set up the read view.
7. Write View Name: set up the write view.
8. Notify View Name: set up the notify view.
9. Click "Add" to add context name.
10. Click "Remove" to remove context name.
MIBview Table
1. Configure MIB view table.
2. ViewName: set up the name.
3. Sub-Oid Tree: fill the Sub OID.
4. Type: select the type – exclude or included.
5. Click "Add" to add context name.
6. Click "Remove" to remove context name.
Help
4.1.9
Show help file.
Traffic Prioritisation
Traffic Prioritisation includes 3 modes: port base, 802.1p/COS, and TOS/DSCP. Using
the traffic prioritisation function, you can classify the traffic into four classes for different
network applications. The Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1supports 4 priority queues.
4.1.9.1
Traffic Prioritisation Policy
Select the traffic prioritisation policy using this function.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
QoS Mode
o
Port-base: the output priority is determined by the entry port
o
COS only: the output priority is determined by COS only
o
TOS only: the output priority is determined by TOS only
o
COS first: the output priority is determined by COS and TOS,
but COS first
o
TOS first: the output priority is determined by COS and TOS,
but TOS first.
Using the 8,4,2,1 weight fair queue scheme: the output
queues will follow a 8:4:2:1 ratio to transmit packets from the
highest to the lowest queue. For example: 8 high queue
packets, 4 middle queue packets, 2 low queue packets, and the
one lowest queue packets are transmitted in one turn.
o
QoS policy
o
Use the strict priority scheme: the packets in the higher
queue will always be transmitted first until the higher queue is
empty.
Help
Show help file.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
4.1.9.2
Port Based Priority
Selecting port based priority will provide four levels of priority which can be set here.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Port base Priority
Help
Assign the Port with a priority queue. Four priority queues can be
assigned
o High
o Middle
o Low
o Lowest
Show help file.
Apply
Click “Apply” to activate the configurations.
4.1.9.3
COS Based Priority
COS (Class Of Service) is also known as 802.1p. It describes the way in which the output
priority of a packet is determined by a user priority field in 802.1Q VLAN tag. Priority
values range from 0 to 7. There are four COS priority queue settings: High, Middle, Low,
and Lowest.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
COS/802.1p
Help
Four priority queues can be assigned
o High
o Middle
o Low
Lowest
When an entry packet does not have a VLAN tag, a default
priority value is assigned on the basis of the entry port.
Show help file.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
COS Port Default
4.1.9.4
TOS/DSCP based Priority
TOS (Type of Service) is a field in the IP header of a packet. This TOS field is also used
by Differentiated Services and is called the Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP).
The output priority of a packet can be determined by this field.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
TOS/DSCP
Apply
The priority values range from 0 to 63.
There are four DSCP priority queues: High, Middle, Low, and
Lowest.
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Help
Show help file.
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4.1.10 Multicast
4.1.10.1 IGMP Snooping
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is used by IP hosts to register their dynamic
multicast group membership. IGMP has 3 versions, IGMP v1, v2 and v3. Please refer to
RFC 1112, 2236 and 3376. IGMP Snooping improves the performance of networks that
carry multicast traffic. It provides the ability to prune multicast traffic so that it travels only
to the end destinations that require that traffic and reduces the overall amount of traffic on
the Ethernet LAN.
Only one switch should be selected to carry out queries in an IGMP application.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
IGMP Snooping
Enable/Disable IGMP snooping.
IGMP Query Mode
IGMP Snooping Table
Identifies whether this Switch will make IGMP queries. In "Auto"
mode the Switch with the lowest IP address will make queries.
Show current IP multicast list
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Help
Show help file.
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4.1.10.2 Multicast VLAN Registration
Multicast VLAN Registration (MVR) allows a port to be a receiver or source of a multicast
stream on the network-wide multicast VLAN. A single multicast VLAN can be shared in
the network while subscribers remain in separate VLANs. MVR allows multicast streams to
be sent to the multicast VLAN with certain VLANs excluded for bandwidth and security
reasons.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
MVR Mode
Enable or disable this feature
MVR VLAN
The VLAN number
Port
The port connecting to the VLAN
Type
o Inactive – MVR not in use
o Source – Multicast source
o Receiver – Port received Multicast
Show help file.
Apply
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4.1.10.3 Multicast Filter
Multicast filtering is the system by which end stations will only receive multicast traffic if
they are registered to join specific multicast groups. With multicast filtering, network
devices will only forward multicast traffic to the ports that are connected to the registered
end stations.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
IP Address
Add
Assign a multicast group IP address in the range of 224.0.0.0 ~
239.255.255.255
Tick the check box beside the port number to include them as the
member ports in the specific multicast group IP address.
Show current IP multicast list
Delete
Delete an entry from table
Help
Show help file.
Member Ports
4.1.11 Security
The Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1has 6 useful functions which can enhance the security of
the switch. These are IP Security, Port Security, MAC Blacklist, MAC Address Aging,
802.1x protocol and the IP Guard protocol.
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4.1.11.1 IP Security
Using IP security you can enable or disable remote management using WEB, Telnet, or
SNMP. IP security can also restrict remote management to a list of specific IP addresses.
Only these secure IP addresses are permitted to remotely manage the switch.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
IP security MODE
Enable or Disable the IP security function.
Enable WEB Management
Check the box to enable WEB Management.
Enable Telnet Management
Check the box to enable Telnet Management.
Enable SNMP Management
Check the box to enable MPSN Management.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Help
Show help file.
4.1.11.2 Port Security
Port Security allows the addition of static MAC addresses to a hardware forwarding
database so that if Port Security is enabled on the Port Control page, only the frames with
MAC addresses in this list will be forwarded, otherwise they will be discarded.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
MAC Address
Assign MAC Address to a specific port.
Port No.
Select the switch port.
Add
Add a MAC Address and port information.
Delete
Delete the entry.
Help
Show help file.
4.1.11.3 MAC Blacklist
MAC Blacklist can prevent traffic being forwarding to a list of specified MAC addresses.
Any frames forwarded to MAC addresses in this list will be discarded, so the blacklisted
devices will not receive any frames.
The following table describes the options available.
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Option
Description
MAC Address
Enter MAC Address to add to the MAC Blacklist.
Port No.
Select the switch port.
Add
Add a device to the Blacklist table.
Delete
Delete the entry.
Help
Show help file.
4.1.11.4 802.1x
802.1x makes use of the physical access characteristics of IEEE802 LAN infrastructures in
order to provide authentication and authorization of devices attached to a LAN port.
Please refer to IEEE 802.1X - Port Based Network Access Control.
802.1x - Radius Server
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Radius Server Setting
Radius Server IP
The IP address of the authentication server.
Server port
Shared Key
The UDP port number used by the authentication server to
authenticate.
The UDP destination port for accounting requests to the specified
Radius Server.
The key shared between this switch and authentication server.
NAS, Identifier
The string used to identify this switch.
Account port
Advanced Setting
Quiet Period
Apply
The time interval between the last authentication failure and the
start of the next authentication attempt.
The time that the switch must wait for response to an EAP
request/identity frame from the client before resending the
request.
The period of time the switch waits for a supplicant response to
an EAP request.
The period of time the switch waits for a Radius server response
to an authentication request.
The maximum number of times to retry sending packets to the
supplicant.
The period of time after which connected clients must be reauthenticated.
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Help
Show help file.
Tx Period
Supplicant Timeout
Server Timeout
Max Requests
Re-Auth Period
802.1x-Port Authorized Mode
Use this section to set the 802.1x authorized mode for each port.
The following table describes the options available.
Label
Port Authorized Mode
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Description
o
o
Reject: force this port to be unauthorized
Accept: force this port to be authorized
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o
Apply
Authorize: the state of this port is determined by
the outcome of the 802.1x authentication.
o Disable: this port will not participate in 802.1x.
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Help
Show help file.
802.1x-Port Authorized State
This section shows 802.1x port authorized state set in the previous section.
4.1.11.5 IP Guard
IP Guard is an intelligent and easy function for IP security. It could protect the network
from an unknown IP attack. This will be from a IP address that is not in ‘allowed list’ and
the traffic will be blocked.
IP Guard – Port Setting
The table below describes the various options.
Option
Mode
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Description

Disable mode: function is totally disabled.
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Monitor mode: function is disabled, but keeps
monitor the IP traffic.

Security mode: function is enabled, the illegal IP
taffic will be blocked.
Apply
Click “Apply” to set the configurations.
Help
Show help file.
IP – Guard Allow List
Traffic from the following IP addresses will be allowed.
The following table describes the options available.
Options
IP
Description
IP address of the allowed entry.
MAC
MAC address of the allowed entry.
Port
Port number of the allowed entry.
Status
If you doubt some allowed IP traffic are abnormal, you could
block the traffic use this field.
Active: Allow the IP traffic.
Suspend: Block the IP traffic.
Delete
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apply it.
IP Guard – Super-IP List
This page allows you to configure IP Guard Super-IP list. Super-IP entry has a special
priority; the IP has no limited of MAC address and port binding. Any IP traffic is allowed,
when the IP is in the Super-IP list.
The following table describes the options available.
Label
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IP address of entry.
MAC
MAC address of entry.
Port
Port number of entry.
Time
The logged time.
Add to Allow List
If you want to allow the IP traffic, please check this box and
apply it.
4.1.12 Warning
The warning function is very important for managing a switch. You can receive warnings
by SYSLOG, email, and Fault Relay. This is used for monitoring the switch status on
remote locations. When problems occur, the warning message will be sent to your
appointed server, email, or relay fault on the switch panel.
4.1.12.1 Fault Alarm
When any selected fault event has taken place, the Fault LED in the switch panel will light
up and the electric relay will signal at the same time.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Power Failure
Check the box to monitor PWR 1 or PWR 2.
Port Link Down/Broken
Check the box to monitor port 1 to port 8.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Help
Show help file.
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4.1.12.2 SYSLOG
SYSLOG is a protocol to transmit event notification messages across networks. For more
details please refer to RFC 3164 – The BSD SYSLOG Protocol.
SYSLOG Setting
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
SYSLOG Mode
SYSLOG
Address
Server
IP

Disable: disable SYSLOG.

Client Only: log to local system.

Server Only: log to a remote SYSLOG server.

Both: log to both of local and remote server.
The remote SYSLOG Server IP address.
Apply
Click “Apply” to set the configurations.
Help
Show help file.
4.1.12.3 SMTP Setting
The SMTP is a protocol e-mail transmission across the Internet. Please refer to RFC 821 –
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol for more detail.
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The following table describes the options available.
Options
E-mail Alert
SMTP Server IP Address
Mail Subject
Sender
Authentication
Description
Enable/Disable transmission system warning events by email.
Setting up the mail server IP address
The Subject of the mail
Set up the email account to send the alert.

Username: the authentication username.

Password: the authentication password.

Confirm Password: re-enter password.
Recipient E-mail Address
The recipient's E-mail address. 6 recipients are supported.
Apply
Click “Apply” to set the configurations.
Help
Show help file.
4.1.12.4 Event Selection
SYSLOG & SMTP are two methods supported by the system. Use the following screen to
enable the system event warning method you would like to use. Please note you need to
enable SYSLOG & SMTP before using this screen.
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The following table describes the options available.
Label
Device cold start
Device warm start
Authentication Failure
Topology change
Port Event
Description
When the device executes cold start, the system will issue a
log event.
When the device executes warm start, the system will issue a
log event.
Alert when SNMP authentication failure.
Alert when the topology changes.

Disable

Link Up

Link Down

Link Up & Link Down
Apply
Click “Apply” to set the configurations.
Help
Show help file.
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4.1.13 Monitoring and Diagnostics
4.1.13.1 System Event Log
If the system log client is enabled, the system event logs will appear in this table.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Page
Select the log page.
Reload
Refresh this page and display the newest event logs.
Clear
Clear the log.
Help
Show help file.
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4.1.13.2 MAC Address Table
The MAC Address Table is a filtering database that supports queries by the Forwarding
Process as to whether a frame received by a specified port with a specified MAC address is
to be forwarded through a specific transmission port. Refer to IEEE 802.1 D Sections 7.9
for further details.
You can set the MAC Address aging timer and when the time expires, unused MAC
addresses will be cleared from the MAC table.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Port No.
Show all MAC addresses mapped to a selected port
Flush MAC Table
Clear all MAC addresses in table
Help
Show help file.
MAC Address Table
Aging Time
Sets the aging time for the MAC table in seconds. Value must be
between 0 and 3825. The default setting is 300 (5 minutes). The
assigned aging time must be a multiple of 15.
Auto
Flush
MAC
Address Table When
ports Link Down
Enable this function to flush the MAC addresses when the ports
Link Down
MAC Address Auto
Enable/Disable MAC Learning function.
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Learning
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Help
Show help file.
4.1.13.3 Port Overview
Port statistics show several statistics counters for all ports. This could prove useful for
initial diagnostics of any problem.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Type
The port speed and media type.
Link
The port link status.
State
Shows ports enabled or disabled, set by Port Control
TX Good Packet
The number of good packets sent by this port.
TX Bad Packet
The number of bad packets sent by this port including undersize
(less than 64 octets), oversize, CRC Align errors, fragments and
jabber.
RX Good Packet
The number of good packets received by this port.
RX Bad Packet
The number of bad packets received by this port including
undersize (less than 64 octets), oversize, CRC Align errors,
fragments and jabber.
TX Abort Packet
The number of packets aborted by this port whilst transmitting.
Packet Collision
The number of times a collision was detected by this port
Packet Dropped
The number of dropped packets
Clear
Clear all counters.
Help
Show help file.
4.1.13.4 Port Counters
There are statistical counters for each port. This information is shown here.
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The following table describes the options available.
Options
Description
InGoodOctetsLo
The lower 32-bits of the 64-bit InGoodOctets counter. The sum of
lengths of all good Ethernet frames received, that is frames that
are not bad frames.
InGoodOctetsHi
The upper 32-bits of the 64-bit InGoodOctets counter. The sum
of lengths of all good Ethernet frames received, that is frames
that are not bad frames.
InBadOctets
The sum of lengths of all bad Ethernet frames received.
OutFCSErr
The number of frames transmitted with a invalid FCS. Whenever
a frame is modified during transmission (e.g., to add or remove a
tag) the frames's original FCS is inspected before a new FCS is
added to a modified frame. If the original FCS is invalid, the new
FCS is made invalid too and this counter is incremented.
InUnicasts
The number of good frames received that have a Unicast
destination MAC address.
Deferred
The total number of successfully transmitted frames that
experienced no collisions bu is delayed because the medium was
busy during the first attempt. This counter is applicable in halfduplex only.
InBroadcasts
The number of good frames received that have a Broadcast
destination MAC address.
InMulticasts
The number of good frames received that have a Multicast
destnation MAC address.
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Octets64
Total frames received (and/or transmitted) with a length of
exactly 64 octes, include those with errors.
Octets127
Total frames received (and/or transmitted) with a length of
between 65 and 127 octes in clusive, including those with error.
Octets255
Total frames received (and/or transmitted) with a length of
between 128 and 255 octes in clusive, including those with error.
Octets511
Total frames received (and/or transmitted) with a length of
between 256 and 511 octes in clusive, including those with error.
Octets1023
Total frames received (and/or transmitted) with a length of
between 512 and 1023 octes in clusive, including those with
error.
OctetsMax
Total frames received (and/or transmitted) with a length of
between 1024 and MaxSize octes in clusive, including those with
error.
OutOctetsLo
The lower 32-bit of the 64-bit OutOctets counter. The sum of
lengths of all Ethernet frames sent from this MAC.
OutOctetsHi
The upper 32-bit of the 64-bit OutOctets counter. The sum of
lengths of all Ethernet frames sent from this MAC.
OutUnicasts
The number of frames sent that have an Unicast destination
MAC address.
Excessive
The number frames dropped in the transmit MAC because the
frame experienced 16 consecutive collisions. This counter is
applicable in half-duplex only and only of DiscardExcessive is
one.
OutBroadcasts
The number of good frames sent that have a Broadcast
destination MAC address.
Single
The total number of successfully transmitted frames that
experienced exactly one collision. This counter is applicable in
half-duplex only.
OutPause
The number of good Flow Control frames sent.
InPause
The number of good Flow Control frames received.
Multiple
The total number of successfully transmitted frames that
experienced more than one collision. This counter is applicable in
half-duplex only.
Undersize
Total frames received with a length of less than 64 octets but with
a valid FCS.
Fragments
Total frames received with a length of more than 64 octets and
with a invalid FCS.
Oversize
Total frames received with a length of more than MaxSize octets
but with a valid FCS.
Jabber
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but with an invalid FCS.
InMACRcvErr
Total frames received with an RxErr signal from the PHY.
InFCSErr
Total frames received with a CRC error not counted in
Fragments, Jabber or RxErr.
Collisions
The number of collision events seen by MAC not including those
conted in Single, Multiple, Excessive or Late. This counter is
applicable in half-duplex only.
Late
The number of times a collision is detected later than 512 bitstimes into the transmission of a frame. This counter is applicable
in half-duplex only.
4.1.13.5 Port Monitoring
The port monitoring function supports TX only, RX only, and both TX/RX monitoring.
TX monitoring sends any data that leaves from the checked TX source ports to a selected
TX destination port as well. RX monitoring sends any data that arrives at a checked RX
source ports to a selected RX destination port as well as sending the frame where on to its
normal destination. If all source ports are unchecked no port monitoring will take place.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Destination Port
This port will receive a copied frame from the source port for
monitoring purpose.
Source Port
The port will be monitored. Check the TX or RX box to monitor it.
TX
Transmitted frames.
RX
Received frames.
Apply
Click “Apply” to save the changed configuration.
Clear
Clear all checked boxes.
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Help
Show help file.
4.1.13.6 Traffic Monitor
This function will monitor the switch traffic and if is excessive will send a SYSLOG event
or SMTP Mail.
The following table describes the options available.
Options
Monitored –Counter
Time-Interval
Increasing – Quantity
Event Alarm
Description
Select monitor type
Setting Interval time
Setting alarm Quantity
Select alarm function (SYSLOG or SMTP)
4.1.13.7 Ping
The Ping function allows the switch to send ICMP packets in order to detect the remote
nodes.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
IP Address
Enter the IP address that you want to detect.
Active
Click the Active button to send ICMP packets
4.1.14 Power over Ethernet (PoE)
4.1.14.1 System Setting
The following interface is used to set the basic PoE settings. There are 8 x 10/100 ports
providing power to external devices within the IEEE802.3af specification.
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The following table describes the options available.
Label
Description
Maximum
Available
Power
Display the maximum power available.
Actual
Power
Consumption
Display the actual power consumption.
Port
Disabled
Mark the blank to enable “Port Knock off Disabled” function.
Knockoff
AC Disconnect
Mark the blank to enable “AC Disconnect” function.
Capacitive Detection
Mark the blank to enable “Capacitive Detection” function
4.1.14.2 Power over Ethernet – Port Control
Use this interface to set the individual characteristics of the port.
The following table describes the options available.
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Label
Description
Port
Port number.
Enable state
Power Limit
Classification
Mark the blank to enable P.O.E. function for specific ports
From
Set the “Power Limit From Classification” function for each
P.O.E. ports
The legacy detection is to identify the PD devices that do not
follow the IEEE 802.3af standard for their unique electrical
signatures in order for the P.O.E. switch to provide the power to
those PD devices
Legacy
Priority
Set port priority for the P.O.E. power management. 1 = C
(critical), 2 = H (High), 3 = L (Low)
Power Limit
Set the power limit value. The maximum value must less 15400
4.1.14.3 Port Status
This function shows the PoE status for each port.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Port
Port number.
Link
P.S.E. Function Port Link or Down
State
Power Limit
Classification
Show P.S.E. Status.
From
Current(mA)
Voltage(V)
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Set the “Power Limit From Classification” function for each
P.O.E. ports
Display current value
Display voltage value
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Power(mW)
Determined Class
Display watt value
Display power class. When the Bypass classification enable, the
class value will not show in here
4.1.14.4 Power over Ethernet – Boot delay
Using this function you can define the delay time for delivery of power from each port.
The following table describes the options available.
Option
Port
Delay Mode
Delay Time(0-300)
Description
Port number.
Enable or disable Delay Mode
Time to provide power
4.1.14.5 Ping Alive Check
You can control the PoE function by using the ping command to turn on or off the PoE
device assigned to a particular port.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Ping Check
Enable or disable Ping Check function
Send Mail
When " ping " fails, can notify users by mail
Port
You can appoint to want to control P.O.E. port number
Ping IP Address
Set up IP Address
Interval Time
Spacing interval to set up Ping(10 sec~120 sec)
Retry Time
Set up the number of times of ping
Failure Log
Note down " Ping Check " a result of movement after starting.
Failure Action
Set up movements wanted to carry out
Reboot Time
Switch ping check failure " P.O.E. " restarts the buffer time of
switch.
Event
SMTP
Alarm
by
Sent alarm message form SMTP mail .
4.1.14.6 PoE Schedule
Using this function you can set the date and time that power is available on any particular
port.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Schedule on
Setting action port
Schedule mode
Schedule mode enable or disable
Select all
Select all Data & Time
Hour
Set up enable Time
Sunday ~ Saturday
Set up enable Data
4.1.15 Save Configuration
If any configuration changes, “Save Configuration” should be clicked to save the current
configuration data to the permanent flash memory. Otherwise, the modified configuration
will be lost when power is turned off or the system is reset.
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The following table describes the options available.
Option
Description
Save
Save all current configurations.
Help
Show help file.
4.1.16 Factory Default
This function resets the switch to default configuration. Click Reset to reset all
configurations to the default value. You can select “Keep current IP address setting”
and “Keep current username & password” to keep current IP and username and
password.
4.1.17 System Reboot
This function reboots the switch from a specific image.
5 Command Line Interface Management
5.1
About CLI Management
The Satyrn M082-PG-M12-BP1 can not only be managed through a browser based system
described in the preceding sections but also via a Command Line Interface (CLI). Either
the Serial Console port or Telnet can be used to manage the switch by CLI.
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5.1.1 RS-232 Serial Console port
An M12 to DB9-F serial cable is used to connect the switch's RS-232 port to your
computer's COM port. Follow the steps below to access the console via RS-232 serial
cable.
Step 1 From the Windows desktop, click on Start -> Programs -> Accessories ->
Communications -> Hyper Terminal
Step 2
Enter a name for the new connection
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Select the COM port number.
Step 4
The COM port properties setting should be set as follows: 9600 bits per
second, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit, and no flow control.
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The console login screen will appear.
Enter the Username and Password. Default is
User name
comtrol
Password
satyrn
then press “Enter”.
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5.1.2 CLI Management by Telnet
Telnet can be used to configure the switch.
The default values are as follows:
IP Address
192.168.250.250
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Default Gateway
192.168.250.1
User Name
comtrol
Password
satyrn
Follow the steps below to access the console via Telnet.
Step 1
Telnet to the IP address of the switch from the Windows “Run”
command, or from the MS-DOS prompt.
Step 2
The console login screen will appear.
Step 3
Enter the Username and Password. Default is
User name
comtrol
Password
satyrn
then press “Enter”.
5.2
Commands Level
Modes
Access Method
Prompt
Exit Method
About This Model
User EXEC
Begin a session
with your switch.
switch>
Enter logout
or quit.
The user command
available at the level of
user is the subset of
those available at the
privileged level.
Use this mode to
• Enter menu mode.
•
Display
information.
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Privileged
EXEC
Enter the enable
command while in
user EXEC mode.
switch#
Enter
disable
exit.
to
The
privileged
command is advance
mode
Privileged this mode to
•
Display
advance
function status
• save configures
Global
configuration
VLAN
database
Enter
the
configure
command while in
privileged
EXEC
mode.
Enter
the
vlan
database
command while in
privileged
switch(co
nfig)#
switch(vla
n)#
To exit to
privileged
Use this
configure
mode
to
EXEC mode,
enter exit or
end
parameters that apply
to your
To exit to
user EXEC
mode, enter
exit.
Use this
configure
To exit to
global
configuration
mode,
Use this
configure
Switch as a whole.
mode
to
VLAN-specific
parameters.
EXEC mode.
Interface
Enter the interface
configuration
command (with a
specific
interface)while
in
global configuration
mode
switch(co
nfig-if)#
enter exit.
mode
parameters for the
switch and Ethernet
ports.
To
exist
privileged
EXEC mode
or end.
Mode
User EXEC
Privileged EXEC
Global configuration
VLAN database
Interface
configuration
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Symbol of Command Level
E
P
G
V
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Command Level Indicators
Mode
User EXEC
Privileged EXEC
Global configuration
VLAN database
Interface
configuration
5.4
Symbol of Command Level
E
P
G
V
I
Commands Set List—System Commands Set
Commands
Level Description
Example
show config
E
Show
configuration
show terminal
P
Show
information
write memory
P
Save
your switch#write memory
configuration
into
permanent
memory
(flash rom)
system name
G
Configure
name
G
Set switch system switch(config)#system location xxx
location string
G
Set switch system switch(config)#system
description string
xxx
G
Set switch system switch(config)#system contact xxx
contact window string
show system-info
E
Show
information
ip address
G
Configure
the
address of switch
G
Enable DHCP client switch(config)#ip dhcp
function of switch
[System Name]
system location
[System Location]
system description
[System Description]
system contact
[System Contact]
[Ip-address]
[Subnetmask] [Gateway]
ip dhcp
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console switch#show terminal
system switch(config)#system name xxx
description
system switch>show system-info
IP switch(config)#ip
192.168.1.1
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P
Show IP information of switch#show ip
switch
no ip dhcp
G
Disable DHCP client switch(config)#no ip dhcp
function of switch
reload
G
default
G
Halt and perform a
cold restart
Restore to default
admin username
G
[Username]
Changes
username.
a
switch(config)#reload
Switch(config)#default
login switch(config)#admin
xxxxxx
username
(maximum 10 words)
admin password
G
[Password]
Specifies a password
(maximum 10 words)
switch(config)#admin
xxxxxx
password
show admin
P
Show
administrator switch#show admin
information
dhcpserver enable
G
Enable DHCP Server
dhcpserver lowip
G
Configure
low
IP switch(config)#
address for IP pool
192.168.1.1
dhcpserver
lowip
G
Configure
high
IP switch(config)#
address for IP pool
192.168.1.50
dhcpserver
highip
G
Configure
subnet switch(config)#dhcpserver
mask for DHCP clients subnetmask 255.255.255.0
G
Configure gateway for switch(config)#dhcpserver
DHCP clients
192.168.1.254
G
Configure DNS IP for switch(config)#
DHCP clients
192.168.1.1
G
Configure lease time switch(config)#dhcpserver leasetime
(in hour)
1
I
Set static IP for DHCP switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
clients by port
2
[Low IP]
dhcpserver highip
[High IP]
dhcpserver subnetmask
[Subnet mask]
dhcpserver gateway
[Gateway]
dhcpserver dnsip
[DNS IP]
dhcpserver leasetime
[Hours]
dhcpserver ipbinding
[IP address]
switch(config)#dhcpserver enable
gateway
dhcpserver
dnsip
switch(config-if)#dhcpserver
ipbinding 192.168.1.1
show
dhcpserver
configuration
P
Show configuration of switch#show
DHCP server
configuration
show dhcpserver clients
P
Show client entries of switch#show dhcpserver clinets
DHCP server
show
P
Show
IP-Binding switch#show dhcpserver ip-binding
information of DHCP
dhcpserver
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server
no dhcpserver
G
Disable DHCP server switch(config)#no dhcpserver
function
security enable
G
Enable IP
function
security http
G
Enable IP security of switch(config)#security http
HTTP server
security telnet
G
Enable IP security of switch(config)#security telnet
telnet server
security ip
G
Set the IP security list switch(config)#security
192.168.1.55
show security
P
Show the information switch#show security
of IP security
no security
G
Disable
function
no security http
G
Disable IP security of switch(config)#no security http
HTTP server
no security telnet
G
Disable IP security of switch(config)#no security telnet
telnet server
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Address]
5.5
[IP
IP
security switch(config)#security enable
ip
1
security switch(config)#no security
Commands Set List—Port Commands Set
Commands
interface fastEthernet
Level Description
G
Choose the port for
modification.
I
switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
Use the duplex
2
configuration
command to specify
switch(config-if)#duplex full
the duplex mode of
operation for Fast
Ethernet.
Use
the
speed switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
configuration
2
command to specify
the speed mode of switch(config-if)#speed 100
operation for Fast
Ethernet., the speed
can’t be set to 1000 if
the port isn’t a giga
port..
[Portid]
duplex
[full | half]
speed
I
[10|100|1000|auto]
flowcontrol mode
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I
switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
2
Use the flowcontrol switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
configuration
2
command on Ethernet
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[Symmetric|Asymmetric]
ports to control traffic switch(config-if)#flowcontrol
rates
during Asymmetric
congestion.
no flowcontrol
I
Disable flow control of switch(config-if)#no flowcontrol
interface
security enable
I
Enable security
interface
mode
of switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
2
switch(config-if)#security enable
no security
I
Disable security
interface
of switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
2
switch(config-if)#no security
bandwidth type all
I
Set interface ingress switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
limit frame type to 2
“accept all frame”
switch(config-if)#bandwidth type all
bandwidth
type
broadcast-multicastflooded-unicast
I
Set interface ingress switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
limit frame type to 2
“accept
broadcast,
type
multicast, and flooded switch(config-if)#bandwidth
broadcast-multicast-flooded-unicast
unicast frame”
bandwidth
type
broadcast-multicast
I
Set interface ingress switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
limit frame type to 2
“accept broadcast and
switch(config-if)#bandwidth
type
multicast frame”
broadcast-multicast
bandwidth
broadcast-only
I
Set interface ingress switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
limit frame type to 2
“only accept broadcast
switch(config-if)#bandwidth
type
frame”
broadcast-only
I
Set interface input switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
bandwidth.
Rate 2
Range is from 100
kbps to 102400 kbps switch(config-if)#bandwidth in 100
or to 256000 kbps for
giga ports,
type
bandwidth in
[Value]
and zero means no
limit.
bandwidth out
[Value]
I
Set interface output switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
bandwidth.
Rate 2
Range is from 100
kbps to 102400 kbps switch(config-if)#bandwidth out 100
or to 256000 kbps for
giga ports,
and zero means no
limit.
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I
Show
interfaces switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
bandwidth control
2
switch(config-if)#show bandwidth
state
I
Use the state interface switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
configuration
2
command to specify
the state mode of switch(config-if)#state Disable
operation for Ethernet
ports. Use the disable
form of this command
to disable the port.
I
show
interface switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
configuration status
2
[Enable | Disable]
show
configuration
interface
switch(config-if)#show
configuration
show interface status
I
interface
show interface actual switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
status
2
switch(config-if)#show
status
show
accounting
interface
I
interface
show interface statistic switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
counter
2
switch(config-if)#show
accounting
no accounting
I
interface
Clear
interface switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
accounting information 2
switch(config-if)#no accounting
5.6
Commands Set List—Trunk command set
Commands
aggregator priority
Level Description
G
Set port group system switch(config)#aggregator priority 22
priority
G
Set activity port
switch(config)#aggregator activityport
2
G
Assign a trunk group
with LACP active.
[GroupID] :1to3
switch(config)#aggregator group 1 14 lacp workp 2
[1to65535]
aggregator activityport
[Port Numbers]
aggregator group
[GroupID] [Port-list]
lacp
workp
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Example
or
[Port-list]:Member port
list, This parameter switch(config)#aggregator
could
be a
port 1,4,3 lacp workp 3
range(ex.1-4) or a port
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[Workport]
aggregator group
list separate by
comma(ex.2, 3, 6)
G
[GroupID] [Port-list]
nolacp
a
[Workport]: The
amount of work ports,
this value could not be
less than zero or be
large than the amount
of member ports.
Assign a static trunk
switch(config)#aggregator group 1 2group.
4 nolacp
[GroupID] :1to3
or
[Port-list]:Member port
switch(config)#aggreator group 1
list, This parameter
3,1,2 nolacp
could be a port
range(ex.1-4) or a port
list separate by a
comma(ex.2, 3, 6)
Show the information switch#show aggregator
of trunk group
show aggregator
P
no aggregator lacp
G
switch(config)#no aggreator lacp 1
Disable the LACP
function of trunk group
G
Remove a trunk group switch(config)#no aggreator group 2
[GroupID]
no aggregator group
[GroupID]
5.7
Commands Set List—VLAN command set
Commands
Level Description
vlan database
P
vlan
V
[8021q | gvrp]
Enter VLAN configure
mode
To set switch VLAN
mode.
Example
switch#vlan database
switch(vlan)# vlanmode 802.1q
or
switch(vlan)# vlanmode gvrp
no vlan
V
Disable vlan group(by
VID)
switch(vlan)#no vlan 2
V
Disable GVRP
switch(vlan)#no gvrp
vlan 8021q port
[PortNumber]
access-link untag
[UntaggedVID]
V
Assign a access link switch(vlan)#vlan 802.1q
for VLAN by port, if the access-link untag 33
port belong to a trunk
group, this command
can’t be applied.
vlan 8021q port
[PortNumber]
V
Assign a trunk link for
VLAN by port, if the
[VID]
no gvrp
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN
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3
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q port 3 trunk-
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port belong to a trunk
group, this command
can’t be applied.
[TaggedVID List]
link tag 2,3,6,99
or
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q port 3 trunklink tag 3-20
vlan 8021q port
[PortNumber]
hybrid-link untag
[UntaggedVID]
tag
[TaggedVID List]
V
vlan 8021q aggreator
[TrunkID]
access-link untag
[UntaggedVID]
vlan 8021q aggreator
[TrunkID]
trunk-link tag
V
Assign a access link switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q aggreator 3
for VLAN by trunk access-link untag 33
group
V
Assign a trunk link for
VLAN by trunk group
Assign a hybrid link for switch(vlan)# vlan 8021q
VLAN by port, if the hybrid-link untag 4 tag 3,6,8
port belong to a trunk
group, this command or
can’t be applied.
switch(vlan)# vlan 8021q
hybrid-link untag 5 tag 6-8
3
port
3
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q aggreator 3
trunk-link tag 2,3,6,99
or
[TaggedVID List]
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q aggreator 3
trunk-link tag 3-20
vlan 8021q aggreator
[PortNumber]
hybrid-link untag
[UntaggedVID]
tag
[TaggedVID List]
V
show vlan [VID]
or
show vlan
V
5.8
port
Assign a hybrid link for switch(vlan)# vlan 8021q aggreator 3
VLAN by trunk group hybrid-link untag 4 tag 3,6,8
or
switch(vlan)# vlan 8021q aggreator 3
hybrid-link untag 5 tag 6-8
Show
information
VLAN switch(vlan)#show vlan 23
Commands Set List—Spanning Tree command set
Commands
Level Description
Example
spanning-tree enable
G
Enable spanning tree
spanning-tree
[0to61440]
priority
G
Configure spanning
switch(config)#spanning-tree priority
tree priority parameter 32767
spanning-tree
[seconds]
max-age
G
Use the spanning-tree switch(config)# spanning-tree maxmax-age global
age 15
configuration
command to change
the interval between
messages the
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[seconds]
G
spanning-tree
time [seconds]
G
forward-
stp-path-cost
I
[1to200000000]
spanning tree receives
from the root switch. If
a switch does not
receive a bridge
protocol data unit
(BPDU) message from
the root switch within
this interval, it
recomputed the
Spanning Tree
Protocol (STP)
topology.
Use the spanning-tree switch(config)#spanning-tree
hello-time global
time 3
configuration
command to specify
the interval between
hello bridge protocol
data units (BPDUs).
Use the spanning-tree switch(config)#
forward-time
global forward-time 20
configuration
command to set the
forwarding-time for the
specified
spanningtree instances.
The
forwarding
time
determines how long
each of the listening
and
hello-
spanning-tree
learning states last
before the port begins
forwarding.
Use the spanning-tree switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
cost
interface 2
configuration
command to set the switch(config-if)#stp-path-cost 20
path cost for Spanning
Tree
Protocol
(STP)
calculations.
In the
event of a loop,
spanning
tree
considers the path
cost when selecting
an interface to place
into the forwarding
state.
stp-path-priority
[Port Priority]
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Use the spanning-tree switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
port-priority interface 2
configuration
command to configure
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switch(config-if)# stp-path-priority 127
is used when two
switches
tie
for
position as the root
switch.
stp-admin-p2p
I
Admin P2P of STP switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
priority
on
this 2
interface.
switch(config-if)# stp-admin-p2p Auto
I
Admin Edge of STP switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
priority
on
this 2
interface.
switch(config-if)#
stp-admin-edge
True
I
Admin NonSTP of STP switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
priority
on
this 2
interface.
switch(config-if)# stp-admin-non-stp
False
Show spanning-tree
E
Display a summary of switch>show spanning-tree
the
spanning-tree
states.
no spanning-tree
G
Disable spanning-tree. switch(config)#no spanning-tree
[Auto|True|False]
stp-admin-edge
[True|False]
stp-admin-non-stp
[True|False]
5.9
Commands Set List—QoS command set
Commands
qos policy
Level Description
Example
G
Select QOS policy
scheduling
G
Setting of QOS priority switch(config)#qos prioritytype
type
qos priority portbased
[Port]
[lowest|low|middle|high]
qos priority cos
[Priority][lowest|low|mid
dle|high]
qos
priority
tos
[Priority][lowest|low|mid
dle|high]
G
Configure Port-based switch(config)#qos priority portbased
Priority
1 low
G
Configure COS
Priority
G
Configure TOS Priority switch(config)#qos priority tos 3 high
show qos
P
Display
information
[weighted-fair|strict]
qos prioritytype
[port-based|cos-only|tosonly|cos-first|tos-first]
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switch(config)#qos policy weightedfair
switch(config)#qos priority cos 22
middle
the switch>show qos
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no qos
G
Disable QoS function
switch(config)#no qos
5.10 Commands Set List—IGMP command set
Commands
Level Description
igmp enable
G
Igmp-query auto
G
Igmp-query force
G
show igmp configuration
P
show igmp multi
P
no igmp
G
no igmp-query
G
Enable IGMP
snooping function
Set IGMP query to
auto mode
Set IGMP query to
force mode
Displays the details of
an IGMP configuration.
Displays the details of
an IGMP snooping
entries.
Disable IGMP
snooping function
Disable IGMP query
Example
switch(config)#igmp enable
switch(config)#Igmp-query auto
switch(config)#Igmp-query force
switch#show igmp configuration
switch#show igmp multi
switch(config)#no igmp
switch#no igmp-query
5.11 Commands Set List—MAC/Filter Table command set
Commands
Level Description
mac-address-table static
hwaddr
I
[MAC]
mac-address-table
hwaddr
filter
Configure MAC
address table of
interface (static).
Example
switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
2
switch(config-if)#mac-address-table
static hwaddr 000012345678
G
Configure
MAC switch(config)#mac-address-table
address table(filter)
filter hwaddr 000012348678
show mac-address-table
P
show mac-address-table
static
P
Show all MAC address switch#show mac-address-table
table
Show static MAC
switch#show
mac-address-table
address table
static
show mac-address-table
filter
P
Show filter MAC
address table.
no
mac-address-table
static hwaddr
I
Remove an entry of
switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
MAC address table of 2
interface (static)
switch(config-if)#no
mac-addresstable static hwaddr 000012345678
G
Remove an entry of switch(config)#no mac-address-table
MAC address table
[MAC]
[MAC]
no
mac-address-table
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filter hwaddr
(filter)
filter hwaddr 000012348678
[MAC]
no mac-address-table
G
Remove dynamic entry switch(config)#no mac-address-table
of MAC address table
5.12 Commands Set List—SNMP command set
Commands
snmp agent-mode
Level Description
G
Select the agent mode switch(config)#snmp
of SNMP
v1v2c
G
Configure
SNMP switch(config)#snmp-server
host
server host information 192.168.10.50 community public trapand community string version v1
[v1v2c | v3]
snmp-server host
Example
[IP address]
community
(remove)
[Community-string]
Switch(config)#
trap-version
no snmp-server host
[v1|v2c]
192.168.10.50
snmp community-strings
G
[Community-string]
Configure
the switch(config)#snmp
community string right strings public right RO
community-
or
right
switch(config)#snmp
strings public right RW
[RO|RW]
snmp snmpv3-user
agent-mode
community-
G
Configure
the switch(config)#snmp
snmpv3-user
userprofile
for test01 password AuthPW PrivPW
SNMPV3
agent.
Privacy
password
could be empty.
show snmp
P
Show
configuration
show snmp-server
P
Show specified trap switch#show snmp-server
server information
no snmp communitystrings [Community]
G
Remove the specified switch(config)#no snmp communitycommunity.
strings public
no snmp snmpv3-user
G
Remove specified user switch(config)# no snmp snmpv3of SNMPv3 agent. user test01 password AuthPW
Privacy
password PrivPW
could be empty.
[User Name]
password
[Authentication
Password]
[Privacy
Password]
[User Name]
password
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[Authentication
Password]
[Privacy
Password]
no snmp-server host
G
[Host-address]
Remove the
server host.
SNMP switch(config)#no
192.168.10.50
snmp-server
5.13 Commands Set List—Port Mirroring command set
Commands
Level Description
Example
monitor rx
G
Set RX destination switch(config)#monitor rx
port
of
monitor
function
monitor tx
G
Set TX destination port switch(config)#monitor tx
of monitor function
show monitor
P
Show port
information
monitor
I
Configure source port switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
of monitor function
2
[RX|TX|Both]
monitor switch#show monitor
switch(config-if)#monitor RX
show monitor
I
Show port
information
monitor switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
2
switch(config-if)#show monitor
no monitor
I
Disable source port of switch(config)#interface fastEthernet
monitor function
2
switch(config-if)#no monitor
5.14 Commands Set List—802.1x command set
Commands
Level Description
Example
8021x enable
G
Use the 802.1x global switch(config)# 8021x enable
configuration
command to enable
802.1x protocols.
8021x system radiousip
G
Use the 802.1x system switch(config)#
8021x
radious
IP
global radiousip 192.168.1.1
configuration
command to change
the radious server IP.
[IP address]
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8021x system serverport
G
Use the 802.1x system switch(config)#
server
port
global serverport 1815
configuration
command to change
the radious server port
8021x
system
G
Use the 802.1x system switch(config)#
8021x
account port global accountport 1816
configuration
command to change
the accounting port
system
G
Use the 802.1x system switch(config)#
share
key
global sharekey 123456
configuration
command to change
the shared key value.
system
G
Use the 802.1x system switch(config)# 8021x system nasid
nasid
global test1
configuration
command to change
the NAS ID
G
Use the 802.1x misc switch(config)#
quiet period global quietperiod 10
configuration
command to specify
the quiet period value
of the switch.
G
Use the 802.1x misc switch(config)# 8021x misc txperiod 5
TX
period
global
configuration
command to set the
TX period.
8021x
misc
supportimeout [sec.]
G
Use the 802.1x misc switch(config)#
supp timeout global supportimeout 20
configuration
command to set the
supplicant timeout.
8021x
misc
servertimeout [sec.]
G
Use the 802.1x misc switch(config)#8021x
server timeout global servertimeout 20
configuration
command to set the
server timeout.
misc
8021x misc maxrequest
[number]
G
Use the 802.1x misc switch(config)#
max request global maxrequest 3
configuration
command to set the
MAX requests.
8021x
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[port ID]
8021x
accountport
system
[port ID]
8021x system sharekey
[ID]
8021x system nasid
[words]
8021x misc quietperiod
[sec.]
8021x misc txperiod
[sec.]
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8021x misc reauthperiod
[sec.]
G
Use the 802.1x misc switch(config)#
reauth period global reauthperiod 3000
configuration
command to set the
reauth period.
8021x portstate
I
Use the 802.1x port switch(config)#interface fastethernet
state
interface 3
configuration
portstate
command to set the switch(config-if)#8021x
accept
state of the selected
port.
show 8021x
E
Display a summary of switch>show 8021x
the 802.1x properties
and also the port
sates.
no 8021x
G
Disable
function
[disable | reject | accept |
authorize]
8021x
802.1x switch(config)#no 8021x
5.15 Commands Set List—TFTP command set
Commands
Level Description
Example
backup flash:backup_cfg
G
Save configuration to switch(config)#backup
TFTP and need to flash:backup_cfg
specify the IP of TFTP
server and the file
name of image.
restore flash:restore_cfg
G
Get configuration from switch(config)#restore
TFTP server and need flash:restore_cfg
to specify the IP of
TFTP server and the
file name of image.
upgrade
flash:upgrade_fw
G
Upgrade firmware by switch(config)#upgrade
TFTP and need to lash:upgrade_fw
specify the IP of TFTP
server and the file
name of image.
5.16 Commands Set List—SYSLOG, SMTP, EVENT command set
Commands
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Example
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systemlog ip
G
Set System log server switch(config)#
IP address.
192.168.1.100
G
Specified the log mode switch(config)# systemlog mode both
show systemlog
E
Display system log.
show systemlog
P
Show system log client switch#show systemlog
& server information
no systemlog
G
Disable
functon
smtp enable
G
Enable SMTP function switch(config)#smtp enable
smtp serverip
G
Configure
server IP
SMTP switch(config)#smtp
192.168.1.5
smtp authentication
G
Enable
authentication
SMTP switch(config)#smtp authentication
smtp account
G
Configure
switch(config)#smtp account User
authentication account
G
Configure
authentication
password
G
Configure Rcpt e-mail switch(config)#smtp
Address
Alert@test.com
show smtp
P
Show the information switch#show smtp
of SMTP
no smtp
G
Disable SMTP function switch(config)#no smtp
event device-cold-start
G
Set cold start event switch(config)#event device-cold-start
type
both
G
Set
Authentication switch(config)#event
failure event type
failure both
authentication-
G
Set s ring topology switch(config)#event
changed event type
change both
ring-topology-
I
Set port event
system log
[IP address]
systemlog mode
systemlog
ip
[client|server|both]
[IP address]
[account]
smtp password
[password]
smtp rcptemail
[Index] [Email address]
[Systemlog|SMTP|Both]
event
failure
authentication-
Switch>show systemlog
systemlog switch(config)#no systemlog
serverip
switch(config)#smtp password
rcptemail
1
[Systemlog|SMTP|Both]
event O-Ring-topologychange
[Systemlog|SMTP|Both]
event systemlog
[Link-UP|LinkDown|Both]
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3
switch(config-if)#event
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I
[Link-UP|LinkDown|Both]
show event
Set port
SMTP
event
for switch(config)#interface fastethernet
3
switch(config-if)#event smtp both
P
Show event selection
device-cold-
G
Disable
cold
event type
no event authenticationfailure
G
Disable Authentication switch(config)#no
failure event typ
authentication-failure
no
event
O-Ringtopology-change
G
Disable
topology
event type
no event systemlog
I
Disable port event for switch(config)#interface fastethernet
system log
3
no event
start
switch#show event
start switch(config)#no event device-coldstart
O-Ring switch(config)#no
changed topology-change
event
event
ring-
switch(config-if)#no event systemlog
no event smpt
I
Disable port event for switch(config)#interface fastethernet
SMTP
3
switch(config-if)#no event smtp
show systemlog
P
Show system log client switch#show systemlog
& server information
5.17 Commands Set List—SNTP command set
Commands
Level Description
Example
sntp enable
G
Enable SNTP function switch(config)#sntp enable
sntp daylight
G
Enable daylight saving switch(config)#sntp daylight
time, if SNTP function
is
inactive,
this
command can’t be
applied.
sntp daylight-period
G
Set period of daylight switch(config)# sntp daylight-period
saving time, if SNTP 20060101-01:01 20060202-01-01
function is inactive,
this command can’t be
applied.
[Start time] [End time]
Parameter format:
[yyyymmdd-hh:mm]
sntp daylight-offset
[Minute]
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G
Set offset of daylight switch(config)#sntp daylight-offset 3
saving time, if SNTP
function is inactive,
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sntp ip
G
Set SNTP server IP, if switch(config)#sntp ip 192.169.1.1
SNTP
function
is
inactive, this command
can’t be applied.
G
Set timezone index, switch(config)#sntp timezone 22
use
“show
sntp
timzezone” command
to
get
more
information of index
number
show sntp
P
Show
information
show sntp timezone
P
Show index number of switch#show sntp timezone
time zone list
no sntp
G
Disable SNTP function switch(config)#no sntp
no sntp daylight
G
Disable
saving time
[IP]
sntp timezone
[Timezone]
SNTP switch#show sntp
daylight switch(config)#no sntp daylight
5.18 Commands Set List—Satyrn-Ring command set
Commands
Level Description
Example
Ring enable
G
Enable Satyrn Ring
switch(config)# ring enable
Ring master
G
Enable ring master
switch(config)# ring master
Ring couplering
G
Enable couple ring
switch(config)# ring couplering
Ring dualhoming
G
Enable dual homing
switch(config)# ring dualhoming
Ring ringport
G
Configure 1st/2nd Ring switch(config)# ring ringport 7 8
Port
G
Configure
Port
G
Configure Control Port switch(config)# ring controlport 2
G
Configure
Homing Port
show Ring
P
Show the information switch#show ring
of Satyrn-Ring
no Ring
G
Disable Satyrn-Ring
[1st Ring Port] [2nd Ring
Port]
Ring couplingport
[Coupling Port]
Ring controlport
Coupling switch(config)# ring couplingport 1
[Control Port]
Ring homingport
[Dual Homing Port]
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no Ring master
G
Disable ring master
switch(config)# no ring master
no Ring couplering
G
Disable couple ring
switch(config)# no ring couplering
no Ring dualhoming
G
Disable dual homing
switch(config)# no ring dualhoming
6 Technical Specification
Satyrn Switch Model
M082-PG-M12-BP1
Physical Ports
10/100 Base-T(X) Ports in M12
8 x M12 connector (4-pin D-coding)
Auto MDI/MDIX with P.S.E.
2 Gigabit ports (2 x M12 connectors 4-pin D-coding for 1 Gigabit port)
10/100/1000Base-T(X) ports in M12
Hardware bypass ports
RS-232 Serial Console Port
RS-232 in M12 connector (A-coding). Baud rate setting: 9600bps, 8, N, 1
Technology
IEEE 802.3 for 10Base-T
IEEE 802.3u for 100Base-TX
IEEE 802.3ab for 1000Base-T
IEEE 802.3x for Flow control
IEEE 802.3ad for LACP (Link Aggregation Control Protocol )
IEEE 802.1D for STP (Spanning Tree Protocol)
Ethernet Standards
IEEE 802.1p for COS (Class of Service)
IEEE 802.1Q for VLAN Tagging
IEEE 802.1w for RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol)
IEEE 802.1s for MSTP (Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol)
IEEE 802.1x for Authentication
IEEE 802.1AB for LLDP (Link Layer Discovery Protocol)
IEEE 802.3af PoE specification (up to 15.4 Watts per port for P.S.E.)
MAC Table
8192 MAC addresses
Priority Queues
4
Processing
Store-and-Forward
Switching latency: 7 us
Switch Properties
Switching bandwidth: 5.6Gbps
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Max. Number of Available VLANs: 4096
IGMP multicast groups: 1024
Port rate limiting: User Define
Enable/disable ports, MAC based port security
Port based network access control (802.1x)
VLAN (802.1Q ) to segregate and secure network traffic
Security Features
Supports Q-in-Q VLAN for performance & security to expand the VLAN space
Radius centralized password management
SNMP v1/v2c/v3 encrypted authentication and access security
STP/RSTP/MSTP (IEEE 802.1D/w/s)
Redundant Ring (O-Ring) with recovery time less than 10ms over 250 units
TOS/Diffserv supported
Quality of Service (802.1p) for real-time traffic
VLAN (802.1Q) with VLAN tagging and GVRP supported
IGMP Snooping for multicast filtering
Software Features
Port configuration, status, statistics, monitoring, security
SNTP for synchronizing of clocks over network
Support PTP Client (Precision Time Protocol) clock synchronization
DHCP Server / Client support
Port Trunk support
MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) support
Satyrn-Ring
Satyrn Open
Satyrn-RSTP
Network Redundancy
STP
RSTP
MSTP
Relay output for fault event alarming
Syslog server / client to record and view events
Warning / Monitoring System
Include SMTP for event warning notification via email
Event selection support
LED Indicators
Power Indicator
Green : Power LED x 2
R.M. Indicator
Green : Indicate system operated in Satyrn-Ring Master mode
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Satyrn-Ring Indicator
Green : Indicate system operated in Satyrn-Ring mode
Fault Indicator
Amber : Indicate unexpected event occurred
10/100Base-T(X)
M12
PoE
Port
M12
Port
Indicator
10/100/1000Base-T(X)
Indicator
Up Green for port Link/Act. Down Green for PoE indicator. Amber for Collision/Duplex indicator.
Green for Link/Act. Amber for 100Mbps indicator
Fault contact
Relay
Relay output to carry capacity of 3A at 24VDC on M12 connector (5-pin A-coding)
Power
Redundant Input Power
Dual DC inputs. 48VDC on 5-pin M23 connector
Power Consumption (Typ.)
9 Watts (power consumption of P.S.E. is not included)
Overload Current Protection
Present
Reverse Polarity Protection
Not Presented
Physical Characteristic
Enclosure
IP-40
Dimension (W x D x H)
170 (W) x 75 (D) x196 (H) mm
Weight (g)
1427 g
Environmental
Storage Temperature
-40 to 85oC (-40 to 185oF)
Operating Temperature
-40 to 70oC (-40 to 158oF)
Operating Humidity
5% to 95% Non-condensing
Regulatory approvals
EMI
FCC Part 15, CISPR (EN55022) class A, EN50155 (EN50121-3-2, EN55011, EN50121-4)
EMS
EN61000-4-2 (ESD), EN61000-4-3 (RS), EN61000-4-4 (EFT), EN61000-4-5 (Surge), EN61000-4-6 (CS),
EN61000-4-8, EN61000-4-11
Shock
IEC60068-2-27
Free Fall
IEC60068-2-32
Vibration
IEC60068-2-6
Safety
EN60950-1
Warranty
5 years
MTBF
28.6 years
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