Moxa PRP/HSR Redundancy Box User`s Manual

Moxa PRP/HSR Redundancy Box
User’s Manual
First Edition, March 2015
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Moxa PRP/HSR Redundancy Box
User’s Manual
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Table of Contents
1.
About this Manual ............................................................................................................................. 1-1
2.
Getting Started.................................................................................................................................. 2-1
USB Console Configuration (115200, None, 8, 1, VT100) ......................................................................... 2-2
Configuration by Command Line Interface (CLI) ..................................................................................... 2-3
Configuration by Web Browser ............................................................................................................. 2-5
3.
Featured Functions ........................................................................................................................... 3-1
Home ................................................................................................................................................ 3-2
System Settings ................................................................................................................................. 3-2
System Information ..................................................................................................................... 3-2
User Account .............................................................................................................................. 3-3
Network ..................................................................................................................................... 3-5
Date and Time ............................................................................................................................ 3-6
Warning Notification .................................................................................................................... 3-8
MAC Address Table .................................................................................................................... 3-12
System Files ............................................................................................................................. 3-13
Restart..................................................................................................................................... 3-15
Factory Default ......................................................................................................................... 3-15
VLAN............................................................................................................................................... 3-15
Virtual LAN (VLAN) Filtering ........................................................................................................ 3-16
Port ................................................................................................................................................ 3-16
Port Settings............................................................................................................................. 3-16
Port Status ............................................................................................................................... 3-17
Redundant Protocol ........................................................................................................................... 3-17
Multicast Filtering ............................................................................................................................. 3-18
Security........................................................................................................................................... 3-19
Login Authentication .................................................................................................................. 3-19
Management Interface ............................................................................................................... 3-20
Trusted Access .......................................................................................................................... 3-21
Authentication Certificate ........................................................................................................... 3-22
SNMP .............................................................................................................................................. 3-22
SNMP Read/Write Settings.......................................................................................................... 3-23
Trap Settings ............................................................................................................................ 3-24
Diagnostics ...................................................................................................................................... 3-25
LLDP ........................................................................................................................................ 3-25
Ping ......................................................................................................................................... 3-26
Port Mirror ................................................................................................................................ 3-26
Monitoring ....................................................................................................................................... 3-27
CPU/Memory Utilization .............................................................................................................. 3-27
Statistics .................................................................................................................................. 3-29
Fiber Check .............................................................................................................................. 3-31
Event Log ................................................................................................................................. 3-32
System Services ............................................................................................................................... 3-33
A.
MIB Groups ....................................................................................................................................... A-1
B.
CLI Command Support for the EOM-G103-PHR-PTP Module .............................................................. B-1
Basic Commands ................................................................................................................................B-1
Show Commands ................................................................................................................................B-1
Configuration Commands .....................................................................................................................B-2
Configuration Redundancy Commands ...................................................................................................B-2
Configuration Port Interface Commands ................................................................................................B-2
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About this Manual
Thank you for purchasing a Moxa managed Ethernet PRP/HSR RedBox. Read this user’s manual to learn how to
connect your Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox to Ethernet-enabled devices used for industrial applications.
The following two chapters are covered in this user manual:
 Chapter 2: Getting Started
This chapter explains the initial installation process for the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox. There are three ways to
access the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s configuration settings: the USB console, command line interface, and
web-based interface.
 Chapter 3: Featured Functions
This chapter explains how to access the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s various configuration, monitoring, and
administration functions. These functions can be accessed by serial, Telnet command line, or web-based
interface. The web-based interface is the most user-friendly way to configure the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox.
In this chapter, we use the web console interface to introduce the functions.
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2.
Getting Started
In this chapter we explain how to install a Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox for the first time. There are three ways to
access the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s configuration settings: USB console, command line interface, or
web-based interface. If you do not know the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s IP address, you can open the USB
console by connecting the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox to a PC’s USB port with a USB cable. You can open the Telnet
or web-based console over an Ethernet LAN or over the Internet.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
 USB Console Configuration (115200, None, 8, 1, VT100)
 Configuration by Command Line Interface (CLI)
 Configuration by Web Browser
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Getting Started
USB Console Configuration (115200, None, 8, 1,
VT100)
NOTE
•
You cannot connect to the USB console and command line interface at the same time.
•
You can connect to the web console and another console (serial or Telnet) at the same time. However, we
strongly recommend that you do NOT do so. Following this advice will allow you to maintain better control
over the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s configuration.
NOTE
We recommend using PComm Terminal Emulator when opening the USB console. This software can be
downloaded free of charge from the Moxa website.
Before running PComm Terminal Emulator, install the USB console driver on your PC and then connect the
Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s USB console port to your PC’s COM port (generally COM1 or COM2, depending on how
your system is set up) with USB to DB9-F (or RJ45 to DB25-F) cable.
After installing PComm Terminal Emulator, open the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s USB console as follows:
1. From the Windows desktop, click Start  All Programs  PComm Lite Ver1.6  PComm Terminal
Emulator.
2. Select Open under the Port Manager menu to open a new connection.
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3. The Property window should open. On the Communication Parameter tab for Ports, select the COM
port that is being used for the console connection. Set the other fields as follows: 115200 for Baud Rate,
8 for Data Bits, None for Parity, and 1 for Stop Bits.
4. On the Terminal tab, select VT100 for Terminal Type, and then click OK to continue.
Configuration by Command Line Interface (CLI)
Opening the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s Telnet or web console over a network requires that the PC host and Moxa
PRP/HSR RedBox are on the same logical subnet. You may need to adjust your PC host’s IP address and subnet
mask. By default, the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s IP address is 192.168.127.253 and the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s
subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 (referred to as a Class B network). Your PC’s IP address must be set to
192.168.xxx.xxx if the subnet mask is 255.255.0.0, or to 192.168.127.xxx if the subnet mask is
255.255.255.0.
NOTE
To connect to the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s Telnet or web console, your PC host and the Moxa PRP/HSR
RedBox must be on the same logical subnet.
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NOTE
Getting Started
When connecting to the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s Telnet or web console, first connect one of the Moxa
PRP/HSR RedBox’s Ethernet ports to your Ethernet LAN, or directly to your PC’s Ethernet port. You may use
either a straight-through or cross-over Ethernet cable.
NOTE
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s default IP address is 192.168.127.253.
After making sure that the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox is connected to the same LAN and logical subnet as your PC,
open the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s Telnet console as follows:
1. Click Start  Run from the Windows Start menu and then Telnet to the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s IP address
from the Windows Run window. You may also issue the Telnet command from a DOS prompt.
2. In the terminal window, type user name and password and then press Enter.
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NOTE
Getting Started
The Telnet console looks and operates in precisely the same manner as the USB console.
Configuration by Web Browser
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s web console is a convenient platform for modifying the configuration and
accessing the built-in monitoring and network administration functions. You can open the Moxa PRP/HSR
RedBox’s web console using a standard web browser, such as Internet Explorer.
NOTE
To connect to the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s Telnet or web console, your PC host and the Moxa PRP/HSR
RedBox must be on the same logical subnet.
NOTE
If the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox is configured for other VLAN settings, you must make sure your PC host is on the
management VLAN.
NOTE
When connecting to the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s Telnet or web console, first connect one of the Moxa
PRP/HSR RedBox’s Ethernet ports to your Ethernet LAN, or directly to your PC’s Ethernet port. You may use
either a straight-through or cross-over Ethernet cable.
NOTE
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s default IP address is 192.168.127.253.
After making sure that the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox is connected to the same LAN and logical subnet as your PC,
open the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s web console as follows:
1. Connect your web browser to the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s IP address by entering it in the Address or URL
field.
2. The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s web console will open, and you will be prompted to log in. Select the login
account (admin or user) and enter the Password. This password will be required to access any of the
consoles (web, serial, Telnet).
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NOTE
Getting Started
By default, the password assigned to the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox is moxa. Be sure to change the default
password after your first log in to maintain a higher level of security.
3. After logging in, you may need to wait a few moments for the web console to appear. Use the folders in the
left navigation panel to navigate between different pages of configuration options.
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Featured Functions
In this chapter, we explain how to access the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s various configuration, monitoring, and
administration functions. These functions can be accessed by serial, Telnet, or web console. The USB console
can be used if you do not know the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s IP address and requires that you connect the Moxa
PRP/HSR RedBox to a PC COM port. The Telnet and web consoles can be opened over an Ethernet LAN or the
Internet.
The web console is the most user-friendly interface for configuring a Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox. In this chapter, we
use the web console interface to introduce the functions. There are only a few differences between the web
console, USB console, and Telnet console.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
 Home
 System Settings
 Diagnostics
 LLDP
 System Information
 Ping
 User Account
 Port Mirror
 Network
 Monitoring
 Date and Time
 CPU/Memory Utilization
 Warning Notification
 Statistics
 MAC Address Table
 Fiber Check
 System Files
 Event Log
 Restart
 Factory Default
 VLAN
 Virtual LAN (VLAN) Filtering
 Port
 Port Settings
 Port Status
 Redundant Protocol
 Multicast Filtering
 Security
 Login Authentication
 Management Interface
 Trusted Access
 Authentication Certificate
 SNMP
 SNMP Read/Write Settings
 Trap Settings
 System Services
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Home
The Home page shows a summary of the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox information, including System Information,
Redundancy Protocol, Event log, and Device virtualization panel. With an organized key summary, operators
can easily understand the system and port link status at a glance.
System Settings
The System Settings section includes the most common settings required by administrators to maintain and
control a Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox.
System Information
Configure the following System Information to make it easier to identify different PRP/HSR RedBoxes
connected to your network.
Device Name
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Max. 30 characters
This option is useful for differentiating between the roles or
none
applications of different units. Example: Factory PRP/HSR
RedBox 1.
Device Location
Setting
Description
Max. 80 characters
This option is useful for differentiating between the locations of PRP/HSR RedBox
Factory Default
different units. Example: production line 1.
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Location
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Device Description
Setting
Description
Max. 30 characters
This option is useful for recording a more detailed description of PRP/HSR RedBox
Factory Default
the unit.
Model name
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Max. 30 characters
This option is useful for providing information about who is
None
Contact Information
responsible for maintaining this unit and how to contact this
person.
User Account
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox supports the management of accounts, including establishing, activating,
modifying, disabling, and removing accounts. There are two levels of configuration access, admin and user.
Accounts with admin authority have read/write access to all configuration parameters, whereas accounts with
user authority only have read access to configuration parameters.
NOTE
1. In order to maintain a higher level of security, be sure to change the default password after your first log
in.
2. The user with ‘admin’ account name cannot be deleted or disabled.
Active
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Checked
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox can be accessed by the activated
Enabled
user name
Unchecked
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox can’t be accessed by the
non-activated user
Authority
Setting
Description
Factory Default
admin
The account has read/write access of all configuration
admin
parameters.
user
The account can only read configuration but without any
modification.
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Creating a New Account
To create a new account, input the user name and password, and assign the desired level of authority. Once
you apply the new settings, the new account will appear in the Account List table.
Setting
Description
Factory Default
User Name
User Name
None
Password for the user account.
None
(Max. of 30 characters)
Password
Minimum requirement is 4 characters, maximum of 16
characters
Modifying an Existing Account
Select the existing account from the Account List table. Modify the details accordingly and then apply the
settings to save the configuration.
Deleting an Existing Account
Select the existing account from the Account List table, and then press the delete button to delete the account.
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Network
Network configuration allows users to configure both IPv4 and IPv6 parameters for management access over
the network. The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox supports both IPv4 and IPv6, and can be managed through either of
these address types.
IP Setting
The IPv4 settings include the PRP/HSR RedBox’s IP address and subnet mask, as well as the IP address of the
default gateway. In addition, input cells are provided for the IP addresses of a 1st and 2nd DNS server.
The IPv6 settings include two distinct address types—Link-Local Unicast addresses and Global Unicast
addresses. A Link-Local address makes the PRP/HSR RedBox accessible over IPv6 for all devices attached to
the same local subnet. To connect to a larger network with multiple segments, the PRP/HSR RedBox must be
configured with a Global Unicast address.
Get IP From
Setting
Description
Factory Default
DHCP
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s IP address will be assigned
DHCP
automatically by the network’s DHCP server.
BOOTP
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s IP address will be assigned
automatically by the network’s BootP server.
Manual
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s IP address must be set manually.
IP Address
Setting
Description
Factory Default
IP address for the Moxa Assigns the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s IP address on a TCP/IP
PRP/HSR RedBox
192.168.127.253
network.
Subnet Mask
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Subnet mask for the
Identifies the type of network the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox is
24(255.255.255.0)
Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox connected to (e.g., 255.255.0.0 for a Class B network, or
255.255.255.0 for a Class C network).
Default Gateway
Setting
Description
Factory Default
IP address for gateway Specifies the IP address of the router that connects the LAN to None
an outside network.
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DNS IP Address
Setting
Description
Factory Default
IP address for DNS
Specifies the IP address of the DNS server used by your
None
server
network. After specifying the DNS server’s IP address, you can
use the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s URL (e.g.,
www.PT.company.com) to open the web console instead of
entering the IP address.
IP address for 2nd DNS Specifies the IP address of the secondary DNS server used by None
server
your network. The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox will use the
secondary DNS server if the first DNS server fails to connect.
IPv6 Global Unicast Address Prefix (Prefix Length: 64 bits) Default Gateway
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Global Unicast Address The prefix value must be formatted according to the RFC 2373 None
Prefix
“IPv6 Addressing Architecture,” using 8 colon-separated 16-bit
hexadecimal values. One double colon may be used in the
address to indicate the appropriate number of zeros required to
fill the undefined fields.
IPv6 Global Unicast Address
Setting
Description
None
Displays the IPv6 Global Unicast address. The network portion None
Factory Default
of the Global Unicast address can be configured by specifying
the Global Unicast Prefix and using an EUI-64 interface ID in
the low order 64 bits. The host portion of the Global Unicast
address is automatically generated using the modified EUI-64
form of the interface identifier (PRP/HSR RedBox’s MAC
address).
IPv6 Link-Local Address
Setting
Description
Factory Default
None
The network portion of the Link-Local address is FE80 and the None
host portion of the Link-Local address is automatically
generated using the modified EUI-64 form of the interface
identifier (PRP/HSR RedBox’s MAC address)
IPv6 Neighbor Cache
The information in the neighbor cache includes the neighboring node’s IPv6 address, the corresponding
Link-Layer address, and the current state of the entry.
Date and Time
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox has a time calibration function based on information from an NTP server or user
specified time and date, allowing functions such as automatic warning emails to include a time and date stamp.
NOTE
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox does not have a real time clock. The user must update the Current Time and
Current Date to set the initial time for the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox after each reboot, especially when there is
no NTP server on the LAN or Internet connection.
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System Up Time
Indicates how long the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox remained up since the last cold start.
Current Time
Setting
Description
Factory Default
User-specified time
Indicates time in yyyy-mm-dd format.
None
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Local
Configure clock source from local time
Local
NTP
Configure clock source from NTP
SNTP
Configure clock source from SNTP
Clock Source
Time Zone
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Time zone
Specifies the time zone, which is used to determine the local
GMT (Greenwich
time offset from GMT (Greenwich Mean Time).
Mean Time)
Daylight Saving Time
The Daylight Saving Time settings are used to automatically set the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s time adjustments
according to national standards.
Start Date
Setting
Description
Factory Default
User-specified date
Specifies the date that Daylight Saving Time begins.
None
Setting
Description
Factory Default
User-specified date
Specifies the date that Daylight Saving Time ends.
None
End Date
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Offset
Setting
Description
Factory Default
User-specified hour
Specifies the number of hours that the time should be set
None
forward during Daylight Saving Time.
NOTE
Changing the time zone will automatically correct the current time. Be sure to set the time zone before setting
the time.
Time Server IP/Name
Setting
Description
Factory Default
IP address or name of
The IP or domain address (e.g., 192.168.1.1,
None
time server
time.stdtime.gov.tw, or time.nist.gov).
IP address or name of
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox will try to locate the secondary NTP
secondary time server
server if the first NTP server fails to connect.
Enable NTP/SNTP Server
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Enable/Disable
Enables SNTP/NTP server functionality for clients
Disabled
Warning Notification
Since industrial Ethernet devices are often located at the endpoints of a system, these devices will not always
know what is happening elsewhere on the network. This means that an PRP/HSR RedBox that connects to these
devices must provide system maintainers with real-time alarm messages. Even when control engineers are out
of the control room for an extended period of time, they can still be informed of the status of devices almost
instantaneously when exceptions occur. The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox supports different approaches to warn
engineers automatically, such as email, trap, syslog, and relay output. It also supports two digital inputs to
integrate sensors into your system to automate alarms by email and relay output.
System Event Settings
System Events are related to the overall function of the PRP/HSR RedBox. Each event can be activated
independently with different warning approaches. Administrator also can decide the severity of each system
event.
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System Events
Warning email is sent when…
Cold Start
Power is cut off and then reconnected.
Warm Start
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox is rebooted, such as when network parameters
are changed (IP address, subnet mask, etc.).
Configuration Change
Any configuration item has been changed.
PWR1 OffOn
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox is powered down.
PWR2 OffOn
PWR1 OnOff
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox is powered up.
PWR2 OnOff
Auth. Success
The user has logged in to the system.
Auth. Fail
An incorrect password was entered.
Auth. Attempts Over Limit
More than 3 Auth. Attempts were tried
Password Change
User changed the account password
DI1 (OnOff)
Digital Input 1 was triggered by an on to off transition
DI1 (OffOn)
Digital Input 1 was triggered by an off to on transition
ABC-02 Status
Occurs when an ABC-02-USB-T was connected to or disconnected from the
PRP/HSR RedBox, or when the ABC-02-USB-T automatically imported,
exported, or backed up a configuration.
LLDP Table Change
The LLDP table has been changed to account for recently connected devices
Port Event Settings
Port Events are related to the activity of a specific port.
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Port Events
Warning email is sent when…
Link-ON
The port is connected to another device.
Link-OFF
The port is disconnected (e.g., the cable is pulled out, or the opposing device shuts
down).
Tx Low Power
The port’s transmitted power is under the Tx Power-Threshold for that port
Rx Low Power
The port’s received power is under the Rx Power-Threshold for that port
Tx High Power
The port’s transmitted power is over the Tx Power-Threshold for that port
Temperature
The port’s temperature surpasses the Temperature-Threshold for that port
Four response actions are available when events are triggered.
Action
Description
Trap
The PT-G503-PHR-PTP series will send notification to the trap server when an event is
triggered
E-Mail
The PT-G503-PHR-PTP series will send notification to the email server defined in the Email
Settings
Syslog
The PT-G503-PHR-PTP series will record a syslog to syslog server defined in Syslog Server
Settings
Relay
The PT-G503-PHR-PTP series supports digital inputs to integrate sensors. When an event is
triggered, the device will automate alarms by relay output
Severity
Severity
Description
Emergency
System is unusable
Alert
Action must be taken immediately
Critical
Critical conditions
Error
Error conditions
Warning
Warning conditions
Notice
Normal but significant condition
Information
Informational messages
Debug
Debug-level messages
Email Settings
Mail Server IP/Name
Setting
Description
Factory Default
IP address
The IP Address of your email server.
None
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User Name
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Max. 45 of charters
Your email account.
None
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Password
The email account password.
None
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Max. of 30 characters
You can set up to 4 email addresses to receive alarm emails
None
Password Setting
Email Address
from the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox.
Send Test Email
After you complete the email settings, you should first click Apply to activate those settings, and then press
the Test button to verify that the settings are correct.
NOTE
Auto warning email messages will be sent through an authentication protected SMTP server that supports the
CRAM-MD5, LOGIN, and PAIN methods of SASL (Simple Authentication and Security Layer) authentication
mechanism.
We strongly recommend not entering your Account Name and Account Password if auto warning email
messages can be delivered without using an authentication mechanism.
Syslog Server Settings
The Syslog function provides the event logs for the syslog server. The function supports 3 configurable syslog
servers and syslog server UDP port numbers. When an event occurs, the event will be sent as a syslog UDP
packet to the specified syslog servers. Each Syslog server can be activated separately by selecting the check
box and enabling it.
Syslog Server 1/2/3
Setting
Description
Factory Default
IP Address
Enter the IP address of Syslog server 1/2/3, used by your
None
network.
Port Destination
Enter the UDP port of Syslog server 1/2/3.
(1 to 65535)
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The following events will be recorded into the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s Event Log table, and will then be sent
to the specified Syslog Server:
•
Cold start
•
Warm start
•
Configuration change activated
•
Power 1/2 transition (Off (On), Power 1/2 transition (On (Off))
•
Auth. Success
•
Auth. Fail
•
Auth. Attempts Over Limit
•
Password Change
•
ABC-02 status
•
LLDP Table Change
Relay Warning Status
When a relay warning is triggered by either system or port events, the administrator can decide to shut down
the hardware warning buzzer by clicking the Apply button. The event will still be recorded in the event list.
MAC Address Table
The MAC address table shows the MAC address list passed through the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox. The MAC
Address table can be configured to display the following Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox MAC address groups, which are
selected from the drop-down list.
Drop Down List
ALL
Select this item to show all of the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s MAC addresses.
ALL Learned
Select this item to show all of the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s Learned MAC addresses.
Port A
Select this item to show all MAC addresses of related ports.
Port B
Select this item to show all MAC addresses of related ports.
Port Interlink
Select this item to show all MAC addresses of related ports.
Port Ethernet
Select this item to show all MAC addresses of related ports.
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Console
The table displays the following information:
MAC
This field shows the MAC address.
Type
This field shows the type of this MAC address.
Port
This field shows the port that this MAC address belongs to.
System Files
Firmware Upgrade
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox supports 3 ways to upgrade the up-to-date firmware, including local database,
remote TFTP Server, and Auto Backup Configurator (ABC-02).
Local
1. Download the updated firmware (*.rom) file from Moxa’s website (www.moxa.com).
2. Browse for the (*.rom) file and then press the Upgrade button
TFTP Server
1. Enter the TFTP Serve IP
2. Input the firmware file name (*.rom) and press the Upgrade button
Auto Backup Configurator (ABC-02)
1. Download the updated firmware (*.rom) file from Moxa’s website (www.moxa.com).
2. Save the file to the ABC-02’s Moxa folder. The file name cannot be longer than 8 characters, and the file
extension must be .rom.
3. Browse for the ABC-02 firmware and then press the Upgrade button
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Configuration Backup and Restore
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox supports 3 ways to back up and restore a configuration file to/from a local
database—remote TFTP Server, and Auto Backup Configurator (ABC-02).
Local
1. Click the Backup button to back up the configuration file to the local database.
2. Browse for the configuration file from the local database and then press the Restore button.
TFTP Server
1. Enter the TFTP Server IP.
2. Input the backup/restore file name (supports up to 54 characters, including .ini) and then press the
Backup/Restore button.
Auto Backup Configurator (ABC-02)
1. Click Backup to save the configuration file to the ABC-02. The file will be saved in the Moxa folder of the
ABC-02. The file name is Sys.ini.
The configuration file will be saved to the ABC-02-USB’s “Moxa” folder as two independent files named
Sys.ini and MAC.ini. The purpose of saving to two files is to identify the file while using Auto load
configuration from ABC to system when boot up.
Note: MAC.ini is named using the last 6 digits of the PRP/HSR RedBox’s MAC address, without spaces.
2. Click Browse to select the configuration file, and then click Restore to start loading the file into your
PRP/HSR RedBox.
3. Auto load configuration from ABC-02 to system when booting up
Select the Auto load configuration from ABC to system when boot up checkbox, and then click Apply.
This function is enabled by default.
First, power off your PRP/HSR RedBox and then plug in the ABC-02. Next, power on your PRP/HSR RedBox.
The system will detect the configuration file on the ABC-02 automatically. The PRP/HSR RedBox will
recognize file names using the following sequencing priority:
First priority: MAC.ini
Second priority: Sys.ini
If a matching configuration file is not found, the fault LED light will turn on and the PRP/HSR RedBox will
boot up normally.
4. Note: MAC.ini is named using the last 6 digits of the PRP/HSR RedBox’s MAC address, without spaces.
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5. Auto backup to ABC-02 when configuration changes
Select the Auto backup to ABC-02 when configuration changes checkbox and then click Apply. This
function is disabled by default.
The ABC-02 can back up PRP/HSR RedBox configuration files automatically. While the ABC-02 is plugged
into the PRP/HSR RedBox, enable the Auto backup to ABC-02 when configuration change option and
then click Apply. Once this configuration has been modified, the PRP/HSR RedBox will back up the current
configuration to the ABC-02’s /His_ini folder. The file name is created from the system date/time in the
following format: MMDDHHmm.ini.
Note: MM=month, DD=day, HH=hour, mm=minutes, from the system time
Log File Backup
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox reset button allows users to quickly back up files to the ABC-02. Simply press the
Reset button on top of the RedBox to force the RedBox to start backing up the current system configuration files
and event logs to the ABC-02.
NOTE
DO NOT remove the ABC-02 while performing upgrade, backup, or restore functions.
Restart
This function provides users with a quick way of restarting the system.
Factory Default
This function provides users with a quick way of restoring the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s configuration to factory
defaults. You can apply this function from the USB serial, Telnet, web-based consoles, or using the hardware
reset button.
NOTE
After restoring the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox to the factory default configuration, you will need to use the default
network settings to re-establish a web or Telnet console connection with the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox.
VLAN
Setting up Virtual LANs (VLANs) on your Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox increases the efficiency of your network by
dividing the LAN into logical segments, as opposed to physical segments. In general, VLANs are easier to
manage.
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Virtual LAN (VLAN) Filtering
What is VLAN Filtering?
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox supports a virtual LAN filtering function. The VLAN filtering function is enabled on
the Interlink port. By adding the VLAN ID in the VLAN field, the interlink port will only forward packets that have
this VLAN ID. Packets that do not have this VLAN ID will be dropped.
Enable VLAN Filtering
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Enable/Disable
Enables or disables the VLAN filtering function
Disable
Description
Factory Default
VLAN
Setting
VLAN ID ranges from 1 Set the VLAN IDs, using commas (,) to differentiate different
to 4094
None
VIDs that will be filtered by the interlink port (this product
supports up to 256 VLAN groups)
Port
Port Settings
Port settings are included to give the user control over port access, port transmission speed, flow control, and
port type (MDI or MDIX).
Media Type
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Media type
Displays the media type for each module’s port
N/A
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Max. 63 characters
Specifies an alias for the port to help administrators
None
Description
differentiate between different ports. Example: PLC 1
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Speed
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Auto
Allows the port to use the IEEE 802.3u protocol to negotiate
Auto
with connected devices. The port and connected devices will
determine the best speed for that connection.
1G-Full
Choose one of these fixed speed options if the connected
100M-Full
Ethernet device has trouble auto-negotiating for line speed.
10M-Full
MDI/MDIX
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Auto
Allows the port to auto-detect the port type of the connected
Auto
Ethernet device and change the port type accordingly.
Port Status
The following table shows the status of each port, including media type, link status, flow control, and port state.
Redundant Protocol
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox supports four redundant protocols: PRP, HSR, Coupling*, and QuadBox*.
Depending on the topology of your network, you can choose one of these redundancy protocols. All four
protocols support a 0 ms recovery time.
PRP: Copies of each packet are sent from the source to the destination via two LANs.
HSR: Copies of each packet are sent from the source to destination via an HSR ring.
Coupling: Coupling is used to connect PRP and HSR*.
QuadBox: QuadBox is used to connect two HSR rings*
*Only available on the PT-G503-PHR-PTP series..
Protocol
Setting
Description
Factory Default
PRP/HSR/
Select redundancy protocol
PRP
Coupling*/QuadBox*
*Only available on the PT-G503-PHR-PTP series.
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Entry Forget time (ms)
Setting
Description
Factory Default
10/100
Select 100 (ms) for 100M, and 10 (ms) for 1000M
10
Net ID (only available on the PT-G503-PHR-PTP series)
Setting
Description
Factory Default
1 to 7
Allows the user set a Net ID, ranging from 1 to 7 (Coupling
Auto
mode only)
LAN ID
Setting
Description
Factory Default
A/B
Allows the user to set a LAN ID (Coupling mode only)
Auto
Multicast Filtering
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox provides a multicast filtering function. You can enable the source port and set it to
drop or forward ingress traffic that comes from the designated port with a specific multicast MAC address.
Action
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Drop/Forward
The RedBox will drop or forward traffic, depending on the
Drop
setting
Priority Index
Setting
Description
Factory Default
1 to 8
Items with priority 1 will be acted on first, followed by items
1
with priority 2, etc.
Source Port
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Interlink Port or A/B
Multicast filtering applies to the source port
None
Setting
Description
Factory Default
MAC Address
Input the multicast MAC address
None
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Bytes
Between 1 and 6 bytes. The RedBox will compare the first x
None
MAC Address
Compared Length
bytes of ingress packet of the multicast MAC address.
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Security
Security can be categorized into two levels: user name / password level, and port access level. The Moxa
PRP/HSR RedBox provides a number of different security functions, including Login Authentication,
Management Interface, Trusted Access, Authentication Certificate, IEEE 802.1A, Port Security, and Loop
Protection.
Login Authentication
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox provides two different user login options: Terminal Access Controller
Access-Control System Plus (TACACS+), and Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS). The
TACACS+ and RADIUS mechanisms are centralized “AAA” (Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting)
systems for connecting to network services. The fundamental purpose of both TACACS+ and RADIUS is to
provide an efficient and secure mechanism for user account management.
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Authentication Protocol Authentication protocol selection
Server IP/Name
TACACS+
Set the IP address of an external TACACS+/RADIUS server as None
the authentication database
TCP/UDP Port
Set the communication port of an external TACACS+/RADIUS
TACACS+: 49
server as the authentication database
RADIUS: 1812
Shared Key
Set specific characters for server authentication verification
None
Authentication Type
Authentication mechanism selection. ASCII, PAP, CHAP, and
ASCII for TACACS+
MSCHAP are for TACACS+, and EAP-MD5 is for RADIUS.
Timeout (sec)
The timeout period to wait for a server response
TACACS+: 30
RADIUS: 5
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Management Interface
Enable HTTP
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Select/Deselect
Checkmark the appropriate check boxes to enable HTTP.
Select
Port: 80
Enable SSL
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Select/Deselect
Checkmark the appropriate check boxes to enable SSL.
Select
Port: 443
Enable Telnet
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Select/Deselect
Checkmark the appropriate check boxes to enable Telnet
Select
Port: 23
Enable SSH
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Select/Deselect
Checkmark the appropriate check boxes to enable SSH
Select
Port: 5
Web Auto Logout (min)
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Integer
Sets the web auto logout period
5
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Trusted Access
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox uses an IP address-based filtering method to control access.
You may add or remove IP addresses to limit access to the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox. When the accessible IP list
is enabled, only addresses on the list will be allowed access to the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox. Each IP address and
netmask entry can be tailored for different situations:
•
Grant access to one host with a specific IP address
For example, enter IP address 192.168.1.1 with netmask 255.255.255.255 to allow access to 192.168.1.1
only.
•
Grant access to any host on a specific subnetwork
For example, enter IP address 192.168.1.0 with netmask 255.255.255.0 to allow access to all IPs on the
subnet defined by this IP address / subnet mask combination.
•
Grant access to all hosts
Make sure the accessible IP list is not enabled. Remove the checkmark from Enable the accessible IP
list.
The following table shows additional configuration examples:
Hosts That Need Access
Input Format
Any host
Disable
192.168.1.120
192.168.1.120 / 255.255.255.255
192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.254
192.168.1.0 / 255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1 to 192.168.255.254
192.168.0.0 / 255.255.0.0
192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.126
192.168.1.0 / 255.255.255.128
192.168.1.129 to 192.168.1.254
192.168.1.128 / 255.255.255.128
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Authentication Certificate
SSL Certificate Re-generate
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Select/Deselect
Enable SSL Certificate Re-generation
Deselect
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Select/Deselect
Enable SSH Key Re-generation
Deselect
SSH Key Re-generate
SNMP
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox supports SNMP V1, V2c, and V3. SNMP V1 and SNMP V2c use a community string
match for authentication, which means that SNMP servers access all objects with read-only or read/write
permissions using the community strings public and private by default. SNMP V3 requires that you select an
authentication level of MD5 or SHA, and is the most secure protocol. You can also enable data encryption to
enhance data security.
Supported SNMP security modes and levels are shown in the following table. Select the security mode and level
that will be used to communicate between the SNMP agent and manager.
Protocol
Version
UI Setting
Authentication
SNMP V1,
V1, V2c Read Community string
V2c
Community
V1, V2c
Encryption
Method
No
Uses a community string match for
authentication.
Community string
No
Write/Read
Uses a community string match for
authentication.
Community
SNMP V3
No-Auth
No
No
MD5 or SHA
Authentication
No
Uses an account with admin or user to access
objects
Provides authentication based on HMAC-MD5,
based on MD5 or
or HMAC-SHA algorithms. 8-character
SHA
passwords are the minimum requirement for
authentication.
MD5 or SHA
Authentication
Data
Provides authentication based on HMAC-MD5
based on MD5 or
encryption
or HMAC-SHA algorithms, and data encryption
SHA
key
key. 8-character passwords and a data
encryption key are the minimum requirements
for authentication .and encryption.
These parameters are configured on the SNMP page. A more detailed explanation of each parameter is given
below the figure.
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SNMP Read/Write Settings
SNMP Versions
Setting
Description
Factory Default
V1, V2c, V3, or
Specifies the SNMP protocol version used to manage the
V1, V2c
V1, V2c, or
PRP/HSR RedBox.
V3 only
V1, V2c Read Community
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Max. 30 characters
Specifies the community string to authenticate the SNMP agent Public
for read-only access. The SNMP agent will access all objects
with read-only permissions using this community string.
V1, V2c Write/Read Community
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Max. 30 characters
Specifies the community string to authenticate the SNMP agent Private
for read/write access. The SNMP server will access all objects
with read/write permissions using this community string.
For SNMP V3, two levels of privilege are available to access the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox. Admin privilege
provides access and authorization to read and write the MIB file. User privilege allows reading of the MIB file
only.
Admin Auth. Type (for SNMP V1, V2c, V3, and V3 only)
Setting
Description
Factory Default
No-Auth
Allows the admin account to access objects without
No
authentication.
MD5-
Authentication will be based on the HMAC-MD5 algorithms.
Auth
8-character passwords are the minimum requirement for
No
authentication.
SHA-
Authentication will be based on the HMAC-SHA algorithms.
Auth
8-character passwords are the minimum requirement for
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authentication.
Enable Admin Data Encryption Key (for SNMP V1, V2c, V3, and V3 only)
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Enable
Enables data encryption using the specified data encryption key No
(between 8 and 30 characters).
Disable
Specifies that data will not be encrypted.
No
User Auth. Type (for SNMP V1, V2c, V3 and V3 only)
Setting
Description
Factory Default
No-Auth
Allows the admin account and user account to access objects
No
without authentication.
MD5-Auth
Authentication will be based on the HMAC-MD5 algorithms.
No
8-character passwords are the minimum requirement for
authentication.
SHA-Auth
Authentication will be based on the HMAC-SHA algorithms.
No
8-character passwords are the minimum requirement for
authentication.
Enable User Data Encryption Key (for SNMP V1, V2c, V3 and V3 only)
Setting
Description
Enable
Enables data encryption using the specified data encryption key No
Factory Default
(between 8 and 30 characters).
Disable
No data encryption
No
Trap Settings
SNMP traps allow an SNMP agent to notify the NMS of a significant event. The PRP/HSR RedBox supports two
SNMP modes, Trap mode and Inform mode.
SNMP Trap Mode—Trap
In Trap mode, the SNMP agent sends an SNMPv1 trap PDU to the NMS. No acknowledgment is sent back from
the NMS so the agent has no way of knowing if the trap reached the NMS.
SNMP Trap Mode—Inform
SNMPv2 provides an inform mechanism. When an inform message is sent from the SNMP agent to the NMS, the
receiver sends a response to the sender acknowledging receipt of the event. This behavior is similar to that of
the get and set requests. If the SNMP agent does not receive a response from the NMS for a period of time, the
agent will resend the trap to the NMS agent. The maximum timeout time is 300 sec (default is 1 sec), and the
maximum number of retries is 99 times (default is 1 time). When the SNMP agent receives acknowledgement
from the NMS, it will stop resending the inform messages.
Host IP Address 1
Setting
Description
Factory Default
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Specifies the IP address or name of the primary trap server
None
used by your network.
1st Trap Community
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Max. 30 characters
Specifies the community string to use for authentication.
Public
Setting
Description
Factory Default
IP or name
Specifies the IP address or name of the secondary trap server None
Host IP Address 2
used by your network.
2nd Trap Community
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Max. 30 characters
Specifies the community string to use for authentication.
Public
Diagnostics
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox provides three important tools for administrators to diagnose network systems.
LLDP
Overview
LLDP is an OSI Layer 2 protocol defined by IEEE 802.11AB. LLDP standardizes the self-identification
advertisement method, and allows each networking device, such as a Moxa managed PRP/HSR RedBox, to
periodically send its system and configuration information to its neighbors. Because of this, all LLDP devices are
kept informed of each other’s status and configuration, and with SNMP, this information can be transferred to
Moxa’s MXview for auto-topology and network visualization purposes.
From the PRP/HSR RedBox’s web interface, you can enable or disable LLDP, and set the LLDP transmit interval.
In addition, you can view each PRP/HSR RedBox’s neighbor-list, which is reported by its network neighbors.
Most importantly, enabling the LLDP function allows Moxa’s MXview to automatically display the network’s
topology and system setup details, such as VLAN and Trunking, for the entire network.
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Configuring LLDP Settings
General Settings
LLDP
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Enable or Disable
Enables or disables the LLDP function.
Enable
Message Transmit Interval
Setting
Description
Factory Default
5 to 32768 sec.
Sets the transmit interval of LLDP messages, in seconds.
5 (seconds)
LLDP Table
The LLDP Table displays the following information:
Parameter
Description
Port
The port number that connects to the neighbor device.
Neighbor ID
A unique entity (typically the MAC address) that identifies a neighbor device.
Neighbor Port
The port number of the neighbor device.
Neighbor Port Description
A textual description of the neighbor device’s interface.
Neighbor System
Hostname of the neighbor device.
Ping
The Ping function uses the ping command to give users a simple but powerful tool for troubleshooting network
problems. The function’s most unique feature is that even though the ping command is entered from the user’s
PC keyboard, the actual ping command originates from the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox itself. In this way, the user
can essentially sit on top of the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox and send ping commands out through its ports.
To use the Ping function, type in the desired IP address, and then press Enter from the Console utility, or click
Ping when using the Web Browser interface.
Port Mirror
The Port Mirror function can be used to monitor data being transmitted through a specific port. This is done
by setting up another port (the mirror port) to receive the same data being transmitted from, or both to and
from, the port under observation. Using a mirror port allows the network administrator to sniff the observed
port to keep tabs on network activity.
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Port Mirroring Settings
Setting
Description
Monitored Port
Select the ports whose network activity will be monitored. Multiple port selection is
acceptable.
Sniffer Mode
•
RX:
Select this option to monitor only those data packets coming into the Moxa
PRP/HSR RedBox’s port.
Mirror Port
The Ethernet console port is used to monitor the activity of the monitored port.
Monitoring
You can monitor statistics in real time from the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s / DSL extender’s web console and USB
console.
CPU/Memory Utilization
The CPU/Memory Utilization page displays how much system resources are being utilized. Monitor this
information to get a quick snapshot of the PRP/HSR RedBox’s current status.
CPU Utilization
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Read-only
CPU usage volume in the past 5 seconds, 30 seconds, or 5
Past 5 secs
minutes
Free Memory
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Read-only
Amount of free memory currently available
N/A
Setting
Description
Factory Default
Read-only
Amount of power currently being consumed by the PRP/HSR
None
Power Consumption
RedBox (± 7%, unit = watts)
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Statistics
Access the Monitor by selecting Monitoring from the left selection bar. Monitor by System allows the user to
view a graph that shows the combined data transmission activity of all of the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s 18 ports.
Click one of the four options—Total Packets, TX Packets, RX Packets, or Error Packets—to view
transmission activity of specific types of packets. Recall that TX Packets are packets sent out from the Moxa
PRP/HSR RedBox, RX Packets are packets received from connected devices, and Error Packets are packets that
did not pass TCP/IP’s error checking algorithm. The Total Packets option displays a graph that combines TX, RX,
and TX Error, RX Error Packet activity. The graph displays data transmission activity by showing Packets/s
(i.e., packets per second, or pps) versus sec. (seconds). In fact, three curves are displayed on the same graph:
Uni-cast packets (in red color), Multi-cast packets (in green color), and Broad-cast packets (in blue color).
The graph is updated every few seconds, allowing the user to analyze data transmission activity in real-time.
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Monitor by Port
Access the “Monitor by Port” function by selecting FE or GE Ports or Port i, in which i = 1, 2, …, G2, from the
left dropdown list. The Port i options are identical to the Monitor by System function discussed above, in that
users can view graphs that show All Packets, TX Packets, RX Packets, or Error Packets activity, but in this case,
only for an individual port. The All Ports option is essentially a graphical display of the individual port activity
that can be viewed with the Console Monitor function discussed above. The All Ports option shows three vertical
bars for each port. The height of the bar represents Packets/s for the type of packet, at the instant the bar is
being viewed. That is, as time progresses, the height of the bar moves up or down so that the user can view the
change in the rate of packet transmission. The blue colored bar shows Uni-cast packets, the red colored bar
shows Multi-cast packets, and the orange colored bar shows Broad-cast packets. The graph is updated every
few seconds, allowing the user to analyze data transmission activity in real-time.
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Fiber Check
Optical fiber is commonly used for long distance data transmission. However, when link issues occur, it is very
costly to troubleshoot fiber cables and fiber transceivers at remote sites. To solve this problem, the Moxa
PRP/HSR RedBox provides digital diagnostics and monitoring functions on the Moxa SFP optical fiber links that
allow users to measure optical parameters and performance from the central site. This function makes it much
easier to troubleshoot optical fiber links, and virtually eliminates the cost of onsite debugging at remote sites.
NOTE
Parameter
Description
Port No.
PRP/HSR RedBox port number with SFP plugged in
Model Name
Moxa SFP model name
Temperature (°C)
SFP casing temperature
Voltage (V)
Voltage supplied to the SFP
Tx power (dBm)
The amount of light being transmitted into the fiber optic cable
Rx power (dBm)
The amount of light being received from the fiber optic cable
Certain tolerances exist between real data and measured data
Parameter
Tolerance
Temperature (°C)
± 3°C
Voltage (V)
± 0.1 V
Tx power (dBm)
± 3 dB
Rx power (dBm)
± 3 dB
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Event Log
The Event Log Table displays the following information:
Index
Event index assigned to identify the event sequence.
Bootup Number
This field shows how many times the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox has been rebooted or cold
started.
Date
The date is updated based on how the current date is set on the Basic Settings page.
Time
The time is updated based on how the current time is set on the Basic Settings page.
System Startup
The system startup time related to this event.
Time
Event
NOTE
Events that have occurred.
The following events will be recorded into the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox’s Event Log Table:
•
Cold start
•
Warm start
•
Configuration change activated
•
Power 1/2 transition (Off ( On), Power 1/2 transition (On ( Off))
•
Auth. Success
•
Auth. Fail
•
Auth. Attempts Over Limit
•
Password Change
•
ABC-02 status
•
LLDP Table Change
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System Services
This page shows the services summary running on the RedBox device.
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MIB Groups
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox comes with built-in SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) agent software
that supports cold/warm start trap, line up/down trap, and RFC 1213 MIB-II.
The standard MIB groups that the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox supports are as follows:
MIB II.1—System Group
sysORTable
MIB II.2—Interfaces Group
ifTable
MIB II.4 – IP Group
ipAddrTable
ipNetToMediaTable
IpGroup
IpBasicStatsGroup
IpStatsGroup
MIB II.5—ICMP Group
IcmpGroup
IcmpInputStatus
IcmpOutputStats
MIB II.6—TCP Group
tcpConnTable
TcpGroup
TcpStats
MIB II.7—UDP Group
udpTable
UdpStats
MIB II.10—Transmission Group
dot3
dot3StatsTable
MIB II.11—SNMP Group
SnmpBasicGroup
SnmpInputStats
SnmpOutputStats
The Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox also provides a private MIB file, located in the file Moxa-[PRP/HSR RedBox’s
model name]-MIB.my on the Moxa PRP/HSR RedBox utility CD-ROM.
PRP/HSR Redundancy Box
MIB Groups
Public Traps
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Cold Start
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Warm Start
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Link Up
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Link Down
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Authentication Failure
•
Fiber Check
Private Traps
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Configuration Changed
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Power On
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Power Off
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LLDPChgTrap
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CLI Command Support for the
EOM-G103-PHR-PTP Module
Basic Commands
Command
Display Information
quit
Exit command line interface
exit
Exit command line interface
reload
Halt and perform a cold restart
reload factory-default
Halt and perform a cold restart with factory default
terminal length
Configure terminal page length
terminal default
Reset the terminal length to the default
copy xmodem device-firmware
copy System firmware from xmodem
save
Save running configuration to flash
clear logging
clear System event logs
clear counters
Clear statistics counters
Show Commands
Command
Display Information
show version
System version information
show system
System hardware and software status
show interfaces hw_interface
Display hardware interface configuration
show clock
Display the system clock
show redundancy PRP/HSR
Display redundancy protocol status
show redundancy mode
Current redundancy protocol mode
show mac-address-table [learned/interface]
Display MAC address forwarding table by
interface/learned
show logging event-log
Display system event logs
show vlan-filtering
Display vlan filtering configuration
show multicast-filtering
Display Multicast Filtering status
PRP/HSR Redundancy Box
CLI Command Support for the EOM-G103-PHR-PTP Module
Configuration Commands
Command
Display Information
hostname <string:token1>
Set system's network name (maximum 35 characters)
clock set <STRING:time> - hh:mm:ss
Adjust the clock
clock timezone gmt <INT:offset_hour>
Time zone hour shifting
clock summer-time start-date <STRING:month>
The date summer time offset (daylight savings time)
starts
clock summer-time end-date <STRING:month>
The date when summer time offset (daylight savings time)
ends
clock summer-time offset <UINT:hour>
Summer time offset (daylight savings time)
redundancy mode [PRP/HSR]
Specify the redundancy protocol
multicast-filter action [drop/forward]
Set multicast filter action
multicast-filter <UINT:index>
Enable Multicast filter priority entry
multicast-filter addr <UINT:index>
set multicast-filter address
<MACADDR:MacAddress>
multicast-filter src-port <UINT:index>
Set source port of the multicast priority entry
<UINT:port>
multicast-filter mac-compare-length
Set Compared length of multicast address
<UINT:index> <UINT:len>
vlan-filtering vid-list <STRING:vlanids>
setting VLANs list
vlan-filtering vid [add/remove] <STRING:vlanids> VLAN filtering parameters
Configuration Redundancy Commands
Command
Display Information
entryforgettime
Set Entry forget time
Configuration Port Interface Commands
Command
Display Information
hw_interface [SGMII / 1000BaseX]
Set hardware interface as SGMII or 1000BaseX
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