D-Link DGS-3426P System information

DGS-3400 Series Firmware Release Notes
Firmware Version: V3.00.B14
Prom Code Version: V1.00.B13
Published: Nov.26,2012
These release notes include important information about D-Link switch firmware revisions. Please
verify that these release notes are correct for your switch:
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If you are installing a new switch, please check the hardware version on the device label;
make sure that your switch meets the system requirement of this firmware version. Please
refer to Revision History and System Requirement for detailed firmware and hardware
matrix
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If the switch is powered on, you can check the hardware version by typing the “show switch”
command or by checking the device information page on the web graphic user interface.
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If you plan to upgrade to the new firmware release, please refer to the Upgrade Instructions
for the correct firmware upgrade procedure.
For more detailed information regarding our switch products, please refer to Related
Documentation.
You can also download the switch firmware, D-View modules and technical documentation from
http://tsd.dlink.com.tw.
Content:
Revision History and System Requirement: ........................................................................2
Upgrade Instructions: .....................................................................................................2
Upgrade by using CLI (serial port) ............................................................................. 2
Upgrade using Web-UI .............................................................................................. 4
New Features: ................................................................................................................6
Changes in MIB & D-View Module: .................................................................................. 15
Changes in Command Line Interface: .............................................................................. 21
Problems Fixed: ........................................................................................................... 22
Known Issues: ............................................................................................................. 25
Related Documentation: ................................................................................................ 25
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Revision History and System Requirement:
Firmware Version
Date
Runtime: V3.00.B14
Prom: v1.00.B13
26-Nov-12
Runtime: V2.70.B56
Prom: v1.00.B13
30-Jun-10
Runtime: V2.60.B26
Prom: v1.00.B13
27-July-09
Runtime: V2.35.B09
24-Oct-08
Runtime: V2.30.B10
15-Oct-07
Runtime: V2.00.B52
05-May-07
Runtime: V1.20.B23
05-June-06
Runtime: V1.00.B35
27-Jan-06
Model
DGS-3426
DGS-3426P
DGS-3427
DGS-3450
DGS-3426
DGS-3426P
DGS-3427
DGS-3450
DGS-3426
DGS-3426P
DGS-3427
DGS-3450
DGS-3426
DGS-3426P
DGS-3427
DGS-3450
DGS-3426
DGS-3426P
DGS-3427
DGS-3450
DGS-3426
DGS-3426P
DGS-3427
DGS-3450
DGS-3426
DGS-3426P
DGS-3427
DGS-3450
DGS-3426
DGS-3427
DGS-3450
Hardware Version
A1, A2, A3
A1, A2
A1, A2, A3
A1, A2, A3
A1, A2, A3
A1, A2
A1, A2, A3
A1, A2, A3
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1, A2
A1
A1
A1
Upgrade Instructions:
D-Link switches support firmware upgrade via TFTP server. You can download the firmware from
D-Link web site http://tsd.dlink.com.tw, and copy the downloaded firmware to the TFTP server
folder. Please make sure that the TFTP server is accessible from the switch via networks.
Upgrade by using CLI (serial port)
Connect a workstation to the switch console port and run any terminal program that can emulate
a VT-100 terminal. The switch serial port default settings are as follows:

Baud rate: 115200

Data bits: 8

Parity: None
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
Stop bits: 1
The switch will prompt the user to enter his/her username and password. It should be noted that
upon the initial connection, there is no username and password by default.
To upgrade the switch firmware, execute the following commands:
Command
download [ firmware_fromTFTP <ipaddr>
<path_filename 64> {image_id <int 1-2>} ]
Function
Download firmware file from the TFTP
server to the switch.
config firmware image_id <1-2> [delete | boot_up]
Change the boot up image file.
show firmware_information
Display the information of current boot
image and configuration.
reboot
Reboot the switch.
Example:
1.
DGS-3426P:5#download firmware from TFTP 10.90.90.91 R270B56.had image_id 2
Command: download firmware_fromTFTP 10.90.90.91 R270B56.had image_id 2
Connecting to server................... Done.
Download firmware...................... Done. Do not power off!
Please wait, programming flash......... Done.
2.
DGS-3426P:5#config firmware image_id 2 boot_up
Command: config firmware image_id 2 boot_up
Success.
3.
ID
-1
*2
DGS-3426P:5#show firmware information
Command: show firmware information
Version
--------2.60.B26
2.70.B56
Size(B)
------2450452
4029512
Update Time
From
User
------------------- ------------------ --------------2010/02/04 17:00:26 10.90.90.91(R)
Anonymous
2010/03/05 02:25:85 10.90.90.91(R)
Anonymous
'*' means boot up firmware
(R) means firmware update through Serial Port(RS232)
(T) means firmware update through TELNET
(S) means firmware update through SNMP
(W) means firmware update through WEB
(SSH) means firmware update through SSH
(SIM) means firmware update through Single IP Management
4.
DGS-3426P:5#reboot
Command: reboot
Are you sure you want to proceed with the system reboot?(y/n) y
Please wait, the switch is rebooting...
Boot Procedure
V1.00.B13
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Power On Self Test ........................................ 100 %
MAC Address
H/W Version
: 00-1E-58-4F-F7-D0
: A1
Please wait, loading V2.70.B56 Runtime image .............
100 %
UART init .........................
Device Discovery .......................................... 100 %
Configuration init ........................................ 100 %
Upgrade using Web-UI
1. Connect a workstation installed with java SE runtime environment to any switch port of the
device.
2.
Open the web browser from the workstation and enter the IP address of the switch. The
switch’s default IP address is 10.90.90.90.
3.
Enter administrator’s username and password when prompted. It should be noted that the
username and password are blank by default.
4.
To update the switch's firmware or configuration file, select Administration > TFTP
Services in function tree. Select Download Firmware in Operation.
5.
If the switch is under stacking mode, select the Unit ID of the switch that will be upgraded.
6.
Select the Image ID of the firmware. Choosing Active will download the firmware to the Boot
Up Image ID.
7.
Select the type (IPv4 or IPv6) of IP address of the TFTP server and enter the IP address.
8.
Enter the firmware file name in File Name.
9.
Click “Start”
10. Wait until the “File Transfer” status reaches 100% and the “Program Firmware” status
shows “completed”.
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11. To select the boot up image used for next reboot, click Administration > Multiple Image
Services > Config Firmware Image in the function tree.
12. Enter the image ID and choose “Boot” then click “Apply”.
13. To reboot the switch, click DGS-3400 Web Management Tool > Reboot System. Select “Yes”
and click “Restart” button to reboot the switch.
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New Features:
Firmware
Version
New Features
1. Y.1731
2. IEEE 802.1ag CFM
3. Private VLAN
4. D-Link Voice VLAN v2.0
5. DHCP client support option 12
6. DHCP server support option 43
7. ERPS enlarge to 12 rings (instances)
8. SNTPv6
9. LLDP-MED
10. Time-based PoE
11. DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation
12. Support packet counter for stacking port
13. Support to disable a trunk member port
14. Enhance the information of “show ports <portlist> media_type” command
15. Support SSL intermediate CA certificate
16. Support storm control auto-recover mode.
V3.00.B14
17. Support jumbo frame per port
18. Support “Ctrl” + “C” to interrupt traceroute
19. Support “boot time” display
20. Support public key for SSH authentication
21. Support VLAN_ID mask in ingress ACL and CPU ACL
22. DSCP to CoS mapping
23. Support show DDM TX/RX power
24. Support enable/disable MAC based access control per VLAN
25. Support IPv6 route longer than 64bit prefix
26. Support JWAC/WAC authentication page for iOS/Android smartphone
27. LBD v4.05
28. Support configurable DHCP server option
29. Enhanced password encryption support "community_encrytion"
30. CLI command history logging
31. Support display CPU port statistics
32. Switch IP interface support /31 prefix
NOTE:
All above features only support CLI
V2.70.B56
1. Configuration enhancement:
- Support the filtering keywords: include/exclude/begin when using “show
config” and “upload_config”
- Support “increment” option when downloading cfg_fromTFTP
If “increment” is specified, then the existing configuration will not be
cleared. The new configuration will cover the existing configuration.
- Allow to specify “src_file”/“dst_file”/ “domain_name” in download/upload
functions
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2. Show memory/flash utilization.
3. Show technical_support
This command is especially used by the technical support personnel to
dump the device overall operation information. The information includes the
following information.
Basic System information
system log
Running configuration
Layer 1 information
Layer 2 information
Layer 3 information
Application
OS status
Controller’s status
4. Stacking enhancement:
- "Change Stacking priority" can work without reboot
- Stacking force master role feature
This command ‘config stacking force_master_role state enable’ is used to
ensure the master role is unchanged
- Hot insert/Hot Remove trap/log messages include MAC information
- Add new log/trap about topology change and role change
- Show stack information and show log include information about stacking
topology
5.
6.
Send a trap while firmware upgrade via SNMP is finished.
Display user-understandable account level in CLI prompt
DES-XXXX:3# -> DES-xxxx:user#
DES-XXXX:4# -> DES-xxxx:oper#
DES-XXXX:5# -> DES-xxxx:admin#
7. CLI Command logging.
This command can show CLI command setting history.
8. 8-level system log
9. Password recovery: allows to recover the password if the password is
forgotten.
10. Enlarge the number of trusted host to 30.
11. SNMP-server & syslog source-interface appointment: allows to select an IP
interface as the source interface to send syslog or trap message.
12. STP enhancement:
- 802.1D 2004 RSTP
- 802.1Q 2005 MSTP
- STP Root Restriction
- Source MAC of BPDUs uses port MAC instead of system MAC
- Support edge port
- Support BPDU address setting on NNI port when QinQ is enbled
- Logging enhancement: The logs for stp topology changes include port and
MAC-address
- Log / show / debug Enhancement
13. D-LINK Unidirectional Link Detection (DULD) function.
14. Source MAC of L2 protocols (ERPS/LACP/STP/LBD) uses port MAC instead of
system MAC
15. LACP support load-balancing with multicast traffic.
16. Storm control enhancement:
- Change "countdown" to "3-30".
- Change "time_interval" to "5 - 600".
- Auto recovery for the shutdown port.
17. Add 4 counters to gather statistics of various frame sizes, such as
1519-1522, 1519-2047, 2048-4095, and 4096-9216.
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18. Mirror enhancement:
- Multiple sessions of mirroring
- Link aggregation ports can be set as a target port
19. sFlow enhancement:
- Allow to specify IPv6 server.
- Support TX flow sampling.
20. Microsoft NLB (Network Load Balancing) support.
21. Add “data driven group” in IGMP/MLD snooping.
22. ISM-VLAN enhancement:
- Support Tag / Untagged member ports.
- Support Tag / Untagged source ports.
- Configurable Multicast VLAN priority.
- Do not limit the number of total multicast addresses per ISM-VLAN entry
when using “config igmp_snooping multicast_VLAN_group”
23. Forward protocol packets even the switch is under “filter_unregister_group
mode”
(Protocol packet: the packets with destination IP address in the
range of reserved multicast addresses: 224.0.0.x, such as OSPF hello, PIM
hello, and DVMRP probe etc.)
24. Support new OID to clear dynamic FDB by port/by VLAN.
25. VLAN Trunking
26. Subnet-based VLAN.
27. BPDU Attack Protection.
28. ITU-T G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS) support.
29. ACL supports "IPv6 IP + UDP/TCP port" together.
30. Per queue egress bandwidth control.
31. WAC enhancement:
- Identity driven policy assignment: Can assign ingress/egress bandwidth
control, ACL and 802.1p default priority to the port according to the
attributes dispatched from RADIUS server
- Add log
1) To record system stop learning and recovery from stop learning status
when reaching the maximum entries
2) To record authentication failure state for IPv4/IPv6
- Support host-based authentication mode : assign ingress/egress
bandwidth control for all hosts to the port; assign VLAN or 802.1p default
priority to the host after successful authentication in host-based
mode(R2.50 only supports assign VLAN in port-based)
- Support IPv6
- Support Per VLAN authentication
- Support virtual IP: used to accept authentication requests from
unauthenticated hosts. Only the requests sent to this IP will get response
correctly.
- Support time control for authenticated client (e.g. aging time/idle
time/block time)
- Support Authentication Database failover: Allows to configure the switch to
check local database or bypass authentication when configured RADIUS
server fails
- Obsolete authentiation VLAN
- Support compound authentication
32. Japanese Web-based Access Control (JWAC) enhancement (support JWAC
v2.02)
- Show IP address and user ID in UI and log
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- JWAC notification: Show notification to user automatically after passing the
authentication.
- Administrator can use FQDN URL to access JWAC login page instead of using
IP
33. Compound authentication
34. ARP Spoofing Prevention.
35. Radius server setting supports IPv6.
36. Increase “max_learning_addr” number in port security from 16 up to 64.
37.
38.
39.
40.
IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB) DHCPv6 Snooping
IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB) IPv6 ND Snooping
IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB) 3.8 which can prevent the netcut attack
MAC-based Access Control (MAC) enhancement
- Enlarger the number of local database from 128 to 1024
- Support Authentication Database failover: Allows to configure the switch
to check local database or bypass authentication when configured RADIUS
server fails
- Support compound authentication
- Support configurable per port/system maximum users
- Delete the log when passing authentication.
- Add four logs to record whether the port/system reaches to the maximum
or recovers port learing.
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MBAC enters stop learning state.

MBAC recovers from stop learning state.

Port < [unitID:]portNum> enters MBAC stop learning state.

Port < [unitID:]portNum> recovers from MBAC stop learning state.
41. IP Directed Broadcast.
42. ARP enhancement:
- Show arpentry by mac address.
- Add OIDs to clear ARP table
43. Proxy ARP.
44. RIPv1/v2.
45. Interface enhancement:
- Support secondary IP in L3 interface.
- Expand IP interface number from 32 to 64.
46. Route enhancement:
- Allow to configure route preference
- Show IP route “hardware” option : display only the routes written into
the chip
47. Trace route supports IPv6.
48. IP Tunnel enhancement:
- 6to4 Tunnel
- Manual Tunnel
- ISATAP Tunnel (Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol)
49. Display box and port information in “show ipv6 neighbor_cache”.
50. RIPng.
51. IPv6 static route supports backup route.
52. DHCPv6 Server.
53. DHCPv6 Relay.
54. DHCPv6 Client.
55. Ping enhancement:
- Specify source IP address for ping request packet
- Enalbe / disable broadcast ping reply
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56. FQDN support - ping/tracert /tftp/telnet applications support fully qualify
domain name
57. Remote Copy Protocol (RCP) : allow users to copy firmware images,
configurations and log files between the Switch and RCP Server
58. DHCP server: enlarge the DHCP pool entries to 1024 along with 8 pools
59. DNS Relay.
60. DHCP/BOOTP Relay- Support DHCP local relay function that can insert
option 82 information into DHCP broadcast packets from clients
- Block recievied broadcast DHCP discover packets from flooding in local
VLAN
- DHCP Relay option 60 & 61
61. RSPAN (Remote Switched Port Analyzer) support: Can monitor and analyze
the traffic passing through the ports in another switch.
62. IGMP Snooping supports Data Driven Learning so the switch will build up the
entry in its multicast table when sniffing the multicast traffic from the media
server. Typically used in an environment where the multicast server is
connected to the switch directly.
63. Route redistribution: allows routers on the network, which are running
different routing protocols to exchange routing information.
64. Enlarge MAC Base Access Control local DB to 1024.
65. Add traffic control “countdown” parameter: Timer for shutdown mode (only
supported in CLI).
66. Update sFlow version from 1.00 (IPv4) to V5 (IPv6).
67. Add digital signature in D-View module.
Note:
Suggest user to reconfigure WAC again after upgrading firmware from R2.60 to
R2.7
1. Selective Q-in-Q
-VLAN Translation
2.
L2 Protocol Tunneling
3.
LLDP
4.
sFlow
5.
IMPB v3.5
6.
Web-based Access Control (WAC)
-Supports identity-driven QoS: Can assign ingress/egress bandwidth
control and 802.1p default priority to the port according to the attributes
dispatched from RADIUS server
-Can enable / disable “RADIUS or Locally Assigned Information”: when
enabled, the Switch will accept the parameters (if applicable) assigned
from RADIUS server or Local database and treat them as highest priority.
V2.60B26
7.
MAC-based Access Control (MAC) enhancement
-Supports identity-driven QoS: Can assign ingress/egress bandwidth
control and 802.1p default priority to the port according to the attributes
dispatched from RADIUS server
-Can enable / disable “RADIUS or Locally Assigned Information”: when
enabled, the Switch will accept the parameters (if applicable) assigned
from RADIUS server or Local database and treat them as highest priority.
8.
JWAC enhancement
-Update server entries increased to 100
-Supports identity-driven QoS: Can assign ingress/egress bandwidth
control and 802.1p default priority to the port (port-based) or host
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(host-based) according to the attributes dispatched from RADIUS server
-Customizable page
-Changed the default time for JWAC quarantine server error timeout from
30 seconds to 60 seconds
-Increased the maximum concurrent user login to 50 per port and 100 per
device
-Can enable / disable “RADIUS or Locally Assigned Information”: when
enabled, the Switch will accept the parameters (if applicable) assigned
from RADIUS server or Local database and treat them as highest priority.
9.
802.1X enhancement
-Able to force 802.1X client to go offline
-Supports 802.1X PDU forwarding when 802.1X is disabled
-Supports identity-driven QoS: Can assign ingress/egress bandwidth
control and 802.1p default priority to the port according to the attributes
dispatched from RADIUS server
-Supports maximum of 128 clients per port, 1,024 clients per switch and
4,000 clients per stack
-Compatible with Cisco ACS Server: admin can use Cisco ACS RADIUS
Server for 802.1X authentication
- Can enable / disable “RADIUS Assigned Information”: when enabled, the
Switch will accept the parameters (if applicable) assigned from RADIUS
server and treat them as highest priority.
10. Compound Authentication
11. Authentication Database Failover: Be able to switch to local database for
authentication when RADIUS server fails
12. RADIUS Accounting: accounting and billing services for 802.1X Clients
13. Per-flow Bandwidth Control (ACL Flow Metering)
-CIR (Committed Information Rate)
-Two-rate Three Color Marker (TrTCM)
-Single-rate Three Color Marker (SrTCM)
14. DHCP Server
15. DHCP Server Screening
16. RSPAN
17. IGMP Snooping enhancement
-IGMPv3 Snooping
-IGMP Snooping Fast Leave for IGMPv2 host
-IGMP Snooping Report Suppression
-IGMP Snooping dynamic group entries changed from 2K to 1K, which is
shared with 64 static group entries
-When a port receives unicast protocol packets (such as OSPF Hello
packet), this port cannot change to dynamic router port; when a port
receives multicast protocol packets (such as DVMRP probe, PIM Hello
packet or IGMP query packets ), this port will change to dynamic router
port
18. MLD Snooping enhancement
-MLDv2 Snooping
-MLD Snooping dynamic group entries changed from 1K to 511
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19. L2 Multicast VLAN Replication (Static configuration): Admin can manually
configure the switch to route multicast traffic across VLANs
20. STP Root Restriction (defined in 802.1Q-2005)
21. 802.1D-2004
22. Gratuitous ARP
23. Three-Level User Account
24. ACL enhancement
-User-defined packet content and mask
-Flow-based (ACL) mirroring
-ACL Statistics (counters)
-display remaining ACL rules
-replace_dscp action for Ethernet ACL
25. 2nd IPv4 Static Default Route
26. DHCP Relay option 60 & 61
27. Password Encryption
28. DHCP-NAP support
29. Telnet Client
30. Trusted Host enhancement
-Can create trusted host not only for one IP but also for network range
-Can delete all trusted hosts with one command
31. Bandwidth Control enhancement
-changes per-port min. granularity from 64kbps to 1kbps
32. Ping MIB
33. Traceroute MIB
34. Entity MIB
35. Can enable / disable SNMP State; default is disable
36. When primary route is active, always use primary route over backup route.
37. When DHCP Relay is enabled, the Switch will block all broadcast DHCP
packets in the local IP Interface
38. LBD will send traps when loops are detected and recovered
39. Configurable SSH Server TCP port
40. When configuring static multicast_fdb, typing 01005exxxxxx or
333xxxxxxxx is not allowed
41. ipif_ipv6_link_local_auto can be enabled or disabled; default is disabled
42. Added parameter ‘ip address’ to the command “show iproute”
43. Admin can specify which Firmware image ID the switch will use during
boot-up
44. Added an extra /y parameter for commands which prompt (Y/N)
45. Admin can manually configure per-port speed (capability advertisement)
used for Auto Negotiation between ports: admin can configure a port to
advertise a certain speed (10_full) even if it’s connected to a port set to
auto.
46. Network Monitoring Commands enhancement
-“show utilization ports” will display TX/RX packets/second
-“show error ports” will display TX/RX counters
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-“show ports” will display more details (auto negotiation / port transceiver
type)
47. Enabled “Show FDB” by VID as well as by VLAN Name
48. Enabled “Show VLAN” by VID as well as by VLAN Name
49. Web-based GUI: Changed D-Link logo’s link to www.dlink.com.tw
50. Attack log will include IP address, MAC address and port number
51. Admin account can remove MAC address display from log
52. “Show Fan Status” command enhanced with log and trap
53. “Show STP ports” command is standardized for all slave and master
switches in a stack
54. Added MIB for “Show Memory” usage and percentage (DRAM utilization,
Flash utilization)
55. Added link up/down trap per port (RFC 2233)
56. Modified RPS MIB description and added traps
57. OID added to show port utilization
58. OID added to clear FDB and ARP table
Notes:
Please make sure all the switches in a stack are upgraded to R2.60, since
some new or enhanced features might not work properly in a mixed-code
stack.
V2.35.B09
1.
MAC/Port-based MAC authentication with Switch or RADIUS
2.
MAC-based VLAN
3.
Cable Diagnostics
4.
Loopback Detection 4.0
5.
PVID auto-assignment
6.
Port-based JWAC function
7.
D-View 6.0 support
8.
802.1X Guest VLAN
9.
New CLI Command: “show mac based vlan”
10. Serial Number Display (Web, MIB and CLI)
V2.30.B10
1.
JWAC support
2.
ISM VLAN
3.
Inter-VLAN routing enhancement
No need to manually configure host’s MAC address
V2.00.B52
1.
Physical Stacking via optional CX4 (or XFP) module
2.
Allows trunking or mirroring to span multiple units of the stack
3.
Support per-port / per-device BPDU filtering
4.
802.1v Protocol-based VLAN
5.
Double VLAN
6.
Guest VLAN
7.
Supports 32 IP Interfaces
8.
Time-based ACL
9.
IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB)
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10. DHCP Relay Option 82
11. IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 1
12. Supports Ether-like MIB, IF MIB
13. Enhancement for broadcast storm control logging
14. Provides enhanced messages about “Current Tagged ports”, “Current
Untagged ports”, and “Static Tagged ports” when using “show vlan”
command
15. Supports “Delete ACL all” command in CLI, web and SNMP
16. Add “ping” command to user privilege
17. Adding the missing “query info table” MIB
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Changes in MIB & D-View Module:
The new features of MIB file are also included in the corresponding D-View module. Please
download the D-View module on http://tsd.dlink.com.tw. For detailed changes of MIB content,
please refer to the modification history in each MIB file.
Firmware
Version
MIB File
New Features
ZoneDefense.mib
ie8021ag.mib
CFMEXTENSION.MIB
LBD.mib
Support ZoneDefense
Support IEEE 802.1ag
Support Y.1731
Support LBD v4.05
1. Support DHCP option 12
2. Support DHCPv6 client prefix delegation
1. Support the configuration
save/upload/download trap
2. Support total number of ARP entries
3. Port utilization by percentage
Add SNTPv6
Add more information for SFP
Support DHCPv6 server prefix delegation
Support configurable inner priority
Update RFC4363
Support configurable DHCP server option
Support public key management
Support SSL intermediate CA certificate
1. ACL supports "IPv6 IP + UDP/TCP port"
together
1. Enlarge number of ACL profiles/rules
Enlarge the number of trusted hosts to 30
ARP Spoofing Prevention
1. Support Per VLAN authentication
L3MGMT.MIB
Genmgmt.mib
V3.00.B14
time.mib
l2mgmt.mib
DHCPv6Server.mib
qinq.mib
rfc4363.mib
dhcpsever.mib
ssh.mib
ssl.mib
ACL.mib
AGENT-GENERAL-MIB
ARPSpoofingPrevention.mib
V2.70.B56
Auth.mib
2.
Support Authentication Database failover:
Allows to configure the switch to check local
database or bypass authentication when
configured RADIUS server fails
3.
4.
5.
Support compound authentication
RADIUS server setting supports ipv6
802.1X
 Support "force log off (supported only in
MIB)"
 Support "1X BPDU forwarding""
Support configurable maximum users feature
per port/system (128/4000)
6.
BPDUProtection.mib
DHCPServer.mib
DHCPv6Relay.mib
DHCPv6Server.mib
DNSResolver.mib
BPDU Attack Protection
DHCP server: enlarge the DHCP pool entries to
1024 along with 8 pools
DHCPv6 Relay
DHCPv6 Server
DNS Client
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DULD.mib
Equipment.mib
ERPS.mib
Genmgmt.mib
IPMacBind.mib
IPv6StaticRoute.mib
D-LINK Unidirectional Link Detection (DULD)
1. "Change Stacking priority" can work without
reboot
2. Stacking force master role feature
3. Show stack information and show log include
information about stacking topology
ERPS: support 2 rings
1. Allow to specify “src_file”/“dst_file”/
“domain_name” in download/upload
functions
2. Show memory/flash utilization
3. CLI Command logging
4. Support new OID to clear dynamic FDB by
port/by VLAN
5. Support new OIDs to clear ARP
6. Enable/disable broadcast ping reply
7. FQDN support - ping/tracert /tftp/telnet
applications support fully qualify domain
name
8. Log/Trap eight level support
9. Support “details “ and “media_type”
parameter in “show ports” command Support
“increment” when using “download
cfg_fromTFTP”
1. IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB) DHCPv6
Snooping
2. IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB) IPv6 ND
Snooping
3. IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB) 3.8 which can
prevent the netcut attack
Allow to create static route for IPv6 tunnel feature
JWAC enhancement(support JWAC v2.02)
JWAC.mib
L2mgmtDGS3426.mib
L2mgmtDGS3426P.mib
L2mgmtDGS3427.mib
L2mgmtDGS3450.mib
Show IP address and user ID in UI and log
JWAC notification: Show notification to user
automatically after passing the
authentication.
 System administrator can use FQDN URL to
access JWAC login page instead of using IP
1. Mirror enhancement:
 Multiple sessions of mirroring
 Link aggregation ports can be set as a target
port
2. Support IGMP snooping report suppression
3. Support static IGMP snooping group
4. Support IGMP Snooping Host Based Fast Leave
5. Support Tagged / Untagged member ports
6. Support Tagged / Untagged source ports
7. Configurable multicast VLAN priority
8. Do not limit the total number of multicast
addresses per ISM-VLAN entry when using
“config igmp_snooping
multicast_VLAN_group”
9. VLAN trunking
10. Per queue egress bandwidth control.
11. Port Security: changes
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l3mgmtDGS3426.mib
l3mgmtDGS3426P.mib
l3mgmtDGS3427.mib
l3mgmtDGS3450.mib
mba.mib
Nlb.mib
MSTP.mib
PktStormCtrl.mib
RCP.mib
RFC1213.mib
RFC2925P.mib
RFC2925T.mib
RFC4087.mib
RIPng.mib
RSPAN.mib
sFlow.mib
maximum_learning_addr from 16 up to 64.
12. Support DHCP local relay function that can
insert option 82 information into DHCP
broadcast packets from clients
13. Enable/disable cpu_rx_rate_control
(supported only in CLI/MIB)
14. Support “details” and “media_type”
parameters in “show ports” command
1. IP Directed Broadcast
2. DHCPv6 Client
3. DHCP Relay option 60 & 61
4. Add parameter in "show ports" command
5. Allow to configure route preference
MAC-based Access Control enhancement
 Enlarge the number of local authentication
entries from 128 to 1024
 Support dynamic 802.1p, rate-limiting,
assignment after successful authentication
(with both Port-based and Host-based)
 Enlarge MBAC Local DB to 1024
Microsoft NLB support
1. Support 802.1D 2004 edition
2. Support STP 1Q 2005 MSTP
3. STP Root Restriction
4. Support the BPDU address setting on NNI port
when QinQ is enabled
Storm control enhancement:
 Change "countdown" to "3-30"
 Change "time_interval" to "5 - 600"
Auto recovery for shutted-down port
Remote Copy Protocol (RCP): allow users to copy
firmware images, configurations and log files
between the Switch and RCP Server
1. Show arpentry by MAC address
2. Microsoft NLB support
1. Allow to specify source IP address for ping
request packet
2. FQDN support - ping/tracert /tftp/telnet
applications support fully qualify domain name.
3. Specify source IP address for ping request
packet
4. Add IPv6 ping
1. FQDN support - ping/tracert /tftp/telnet
applications support fully qualify domain name.
2. Add IPv6 traceroute
IP Tunnel enhancement
 6to4 Tunnel
 Manual Tunnel
 ISATAP Tunnel (Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel
Addressing Protocol)
RIPng
RSPAN enhancement
1. sFlow enhancement:
 Support ipv6 server
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Q-in-Q MIB
 Support TX flow sampling
2. Change sFlow version from V1 to V5
SNMP-server & syslog source-interface
appointment
Support subnet-based VLAN
WAC enhancement:
 Identity driven policy assignment: Can assign
ingress/egress bandwidth control, and
802.1p default priority to the port according
to the attributes dispatched from RADIUS
server Add log
 Support host-based authentication mode :
assign ingress/egress bandwidth control for
all hosts to the port; assign VLAN or 802.1p
default priority to the host after successful
authentication in host-based mode(R2.50
only supports assign VLAN in port-based)
 Support IPv6
 Support virtual IP: used to accept
authentication requests from
unauthenticated hosts. Only the requests
sent to this IP will get response correctly.
 Support time control for authenticated client
(e.g. aging time/idle time/block time)
 Can enable/disable WAC authentication state
Selective Q-in-Q
Agent-MIB
Gratuitous ARP
LLDP-MIB
LLDP
SrcIPIf.mib
SubnetVLAN.mib
WAC.mib
LLDP-dot-MIB
LLDP-dot3-MIB
SFLOW-MIB
sFlow
DHCP-Server-MIB
DHCP Server
AUTH-MIB
1.
Compound Authentication
2.
802.1X enhancement
-able to force 802.1X client to go offline
-supports 802.1X PDU forwarding when
802.1X is disabled
V2.60.B26
-supports identity-driven QoS: Can assign
ingress/egress bandwidth control and 802.1p
default priority to the port according to the
attributes dispatched from RADIUS server.
- supports maximum of 128 clients per port,
1,024 clients per switch and 4,000 clients per
stack
3.
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Can enable / disable “RADIUS or Locally
Assigned Information”: when enabled, the
Switch will accept the parameters (if
applicable) assigned from RADIUS server or
Local database and treat them as highest
priority
DGS-3400 Series Firmware Release Notes
RSPAN-MGMT-MIB
RSPAN
RADIUS-ACCOUNTING-MIB
RADIUS Accounting
FILTER-MIB
DHCP Server Screening
ACLMGMT-MIB
1.
Per-flow Bandwidth Control (ACL Flow
Metering)
-CIR (Committed Information Rate)
-Two-rate Three Color Marker (TrTCM)
-Single-rate Three Color Marker (SrTCM)
2.
ACL enhancement
-User-defined packet content and mask
-Flow-based (ACL) mirroring
-ACL Statistics (counters)
-display remaining ACL rules
-replace_dscp action for Ethernet ACL
IP-MCST-VLAN-REP-MIB
L2 Multicast VLAN Replication (Static
configuration): Admin can manually configure the
switch to route multicast traffic across VLANs
MSTP-MIB
STP Root Restriction (defined in 802.1Q-2005)
MLD-SNOOPING-MIB
MLD Snooping enhancement
-MLDv2 Snooping
IP-MAC-BIND-MIB
IMPB v3.5
JWAC-MIB
JWAC enhancement
-update server entries increased to 100
-customized page
-changed the default time for JWAC
-quarantine server error timeout
seconds to 60 seconds
from 30
-increased the maximum concurrent user
login to 50 per port and 100 per device
WebBase-Access-Control-MIB
Web-based Access Control (WAC)
-supports identity-driven QoS: Can assign
ingress/egress bandwidth control and 802.1p
default priority to the port according to the
attributes dispatched from RADIUS server.
Mac-based-Authentication-MIB
MAC-based Access Control (MAC) enhancement
-Supports identity-driven QoS: Can assign
ingress/egress bandwidth control and 802.1p
default priority to the port according to the
attributes dispatched from RADIUS server.
SSH-MIB
Configurable SSH server TCP port
DGS-3426-L2MGMT-MIB
1.
IGMP Snooping enhancement
DGS-3426P-L2MGMT-MIB
-IGMPv3 Snooping
DGS-3427-L2MGMT-MIB
-IGMP Snooping Fast Leave for IGMPv2 host
DGS-3450-L2MGMT-MIB
-IGMP Snooping Report Suppression
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DGS-3400 Series Firmware Release Notes
2.
LBD will send traps when loops are detected
and recovered
3.
Bandwidth Control: min. port granularity
changed from 64kbps to 1kbps
4.
Admin can manually configure per-port speed
advertisement: used for Auto Negotiation
between ports
DGS-3426-L3MGMT-MIB
1.
DHCP Relay option 60 & 61
DGS-3426P-L3MGMT-MIB
2.
2nd IPv4 Static Default Route
DGS-3427-L3MGMT-MIB
3.
ipif_ipv6_link_local_auto can be
enabled/disabled; disabled by default
DGS-3450-L3MGMT-MIB
AGENT-GENERAL-MIB
1.
Trusted Host enhancement
-Can create trusted host not only for one IP
but also for network range
-Can delete all trusted host with one command
EQUIPMENT-MIB
2.
Admin can specify which Firmware image ID
the switch will use during boot-u
3.
MIB for Show Memory usage and percentage
4.
OID to show port utilization
5.
OID to clear FDB and ARP table
1.
Enable logs and traps for Show Fan Status
2.
Modified RPS MIB description and added traps
IF-MIB
Link up/down trap per port (RFC 2233)
DISMAN-PING-MIB
Ping MIB
DISMAN-TRACEROUTE-MIB
Traceroute MIB
ENTITY-MIB
Entity MIB
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DGS-3400 Series Firmware Release Notes
Changes in Command Line Interface:
The section below only shows command line changes that may bring backward compatibility
issues with configuration settings for previous version of firmware.
Any new feature commands that do not have backward compatibility issues are not included in the
below section.
Firmware
Version
V3.00.B14
Changes
None
1. Modify the "show 8021x user" command to:”show 802.1x user”
2.
Delete the old WAC command: config wac VLAN
If you have configured WAC VLAN on firmware prior to v2.7, when
upgrading to v2.7, you do not need to configure it again because WAC
Authentication ports will be reserved
3.
V2.70.B56
Change the command
download [firmware_fromTFTP [<ipaddr> | <ipv6addr>] <path_filename
64> {{unit [<unitid 1-12> | all]} <drive_id>} <pathname 64>
{boot_up} | cfg_fromTFTP [<ipaddr> | <ipv6addr>] src_file
<path_filename 64> {[dest_file {<drive_id>} <pathname 64>]} ]
to
download [firmware_fromTFTP [<ipaddr> | <ipv6addr>] src_file
<path_filename 64> {dest_file {{unit [<unitid 1-12> | all]} <drive_id>}
<pathname 64> {boot_up}} | cfg_fromTFTP [<ipaddr> | <ipv6addr>]
src_file <path_filename 64> {[dest_file {<drive_id>} <pathname 64>
|increment]} ]
Note: From v2.7 onward, 2 parameters (src_file, dest_file) are added.
This improvement is to avoid potential command parsing problem. If you
have upgraded the firmware to V2.70 or onward, and are using script to
manipulate firmware or config file, please do not forget to add those 2
parameters to the script.
V2.60.B26
None
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Problems Fixed:
Firmware
Version
V3.00.B14
V2.70.B56
Problems Fixed
1. After creating 4,000 VLAN and enabling MSTP, CPU utilization became to 100%
for a while and it sometimes causes topology change or loop condition.
(DI20100706000005)
2. When typing “reboot” command on a 12 device stack, DGS-3400 may enter
exception mode. (DI20110104000007)
3. DGS-3400 will stop sending LACP and STP PDU packets around 3 seconds
when dumping “tech_support” information. (DI20110308000001)
4. When getting ERPS value via SNMP, the packet will be padded with
null-characters (DI20110405000002)
5. When deleting one VLAN, VLAN ID of “IGMP snooping static groups” is equal or
larger than that VID will be deleted incorrectly too.(DRU20110715000002)
6. After enabling IGMP Snooping on DGS-3450, the PPPoE packets will be
dropped by CPU. (DRU20111021000001)
7. When master unit is powered off in a stack, slave units will restart the ERPS
and keep in blocking/idle state incorrectly (DI20111226000002,
DI20120111000009)
8. When enabling IGMP Snooping, the IP-in-IP packet will be failed to pass
through DGS-3400. (DRU20120530000002)
9. When enabling IGMP Snooping, ARP reply packet which is not to device was
captured to CPU incorrectly. (DRU20120711000004)
1. Via SNMP, the counter value of the port will be 0 when the port is linked down
(DI20090820000010, DI20090827000008)
2. When user logins via JWAC and continuously moves client PC on different
ports, the switch session table will be full, and then the PC can not get IP
address from the DHCP Server. User can see the log "JWAC enters stop
learning state" (DI20090422000006).
3. After user links up/links down one port on DGS-3400, the SNMP host can not
receive SNMP trap about link change from DGS-3400. (DI20090924000019)
4. Rebooting the slave stacking unit while JWAC authentication from clients are
undertaken will cause the slave unit to show “Device Discovery” after its
rebooting. (DI20091005000016)
5. DGS-3400 does not erase IGMP Snooping entries for LAG port
(DI20091028000024)
6. DGS-3400 does not erase MLD Snooping entries for LAG
port.(DI20091028000025)
7. Some stacking units are unstable when IMPB and DHCP snooping are enabled
(DI20091109000006)
8. Some clients’ IP addresses are not written to "binding_entry" table when 12
GDS-3400 are in a stack with IMPB and DHCP Snooping enabled.
(DI20091111000007)
9. DGS-3400 does not flood IPv6 control packets when MLD Snooping is
enabled. (DI20091028000013) (DI20091028000015)
10. When Topology Change has occurred on the LAG port over stacking units,
DGS-3400 sends many SNMP traps and Syslog packets which are related to
RSTP Topology change. (DI20100125000011)
11. JWAC Customized Page displays error after saving and rebooting the switch
(DI20090921000002)
12. DGS-3426 may enter exception mode when configuring some SNMP
commands (DI20100125000014)
13. Clients cannot be authenticated by JWAC, because DGS-3400 JWAC does not
respond to the VLAN-tagged packets. (DI20090724000011)
14. If the SNMP manager sends "SNMP get request" about "ifNumber: 0" to
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DGS-3400, the value of response is incorrect. (DI20090813000010)
15. High CPU utilization issue (DUSA20090227000001)
(1) When LACP runs across stacking units (total two stacking units),
powering off the master unit will make LACP re-run and it needs around 5-7
seconds to recover.
(2)After powering on the Master and reconnecting the Master back to the
stack topology, the LACP will lose traffic around 1.7 second.
(3)The DGS-3400 CPU utilization is up to 100% when receiving a lot of
broadcast traffic.
16. Device will send out the RADIUS packets with NAS-Identifier not as
"D-Link".(DEUR20100118000006)
17. The character in last line of uploaded configuration file is not 0x0D0A
(DI20100309000013)
18. When using WindowsXP with window size 80*25 to telnet the device and then
execute "show config", some command characters are missing if the
command length is longer than 80. (DI20100316000008)
19. DGS-3400 series can not recognize Cisco STP packets thus STP port role and
status are not changed when DGS-3400 is connected to a Cisco Switch
(DI20100316000010)
20. Some MAC addresses are recorded as "BlockByMACAuth" even though these
MACs are already authorized by MAC Base Access Control (MAC)feature as
"Authenticated". (DI20091117000012).
21. When STP is enabled, DGS-3400 CPU utilization becomes 100% after
unplugging and plugging the port connection between the stack master and
slave. (DI20091119000008)
22. DGS-3400 CPU becomes high utilization when cleaning the IMPB entry
(DI20100118000011)
23. When powering off/on a stacking member unit, the STP topology was
changed and the stacking unit is sometimes in loop condition for a while.
(DI20100514000005)
1. When DGS-3400s are in stacking mode, powering off unit 1~5 and then
powering them back will sometimes cause stack recovery failure.
(DI20080818000001)
V2.60.B26
V2.35B09
V2.30B10
2.
After user resets the switch and then enables stacking via Web GUI, the
switch cannot be pinged. (DI20081224000007)
3.
Web GUI does not display ACL rules correctly. (DI20090618000010)
4.
Admin cannot use the CLI command “config double_vlan d169 add access
23” to add double VLAN access member port. (DT20081222000002)
5.
SSH Login: When using OpenSSH 5.1p1 and a particular script file to test, the
switch will enter exception mode. (DI20081106000011)
6.
Loopback Detection (LBD) will not always activate if the loop traffic includes
STP BPDU. (DI20081118000011)
1.
Sometimes Link Aggregation group does not function when stacking mode is
enabled
2.
Under certain setup the desired VLAN is not being assigned to authenticated
wireless client but instead the AP’s managed VLAN
3.
In stacking mode, sometimes backup master will not become master when
the master fails in a stack
4.
Remove the PoE menu from Web GUI for non-PoE DGS-3400 models
1.
Single IP Management (SIM) only works with default VLAN
2.
Password string display disclosed when the first character has been removed
3.
Instability issue between Intel 10G NIC and DGS-3400 Series 10G modules
(DEM-410CX) which causes link down/link up frequently
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DGS-3400 Series Firmware Release Notes
V2.00B52
1.
User logins in through SSH successfully but log shows that both SSH login and
console login event happen at the same time
2.
Switch hangs when using Telnet to create 128 ACL rules
3.
Wrong ACL OID is retrieved via snmpwalk tool
4.
Syslog cannot accurately classify the severity of the message
5.
Switch enters Exception Mode when saving through Telnet
6.
Creating ACL via Web GUI will cause the web management to go down
7.
Creating CPU filtering ACL will cause the web management to go down
8.
SNMP compatibility issue at ACL with Firewall DFL-1600
9.
Wrong warm_start trap type is sent while rebooting
10. DGS-3400 series cannot use web to check MAC address table by using vlan
name if the vlan name is longer than 10 digits
V1.20B23
1.
Modify the naming of “LoopBack Guard” to “Loopback Detection” on Web GUI
2.
Change the default IP address to “10.90.90.90/8”
Initial Release
V1.00B35
* D-Link tracking number is enclosed in ()
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DGS-3400 Series Firmware Release Notes
Known Issues:
Firmware
Version
V3.00.B14
V2.70.B56
V2.60.B26
Issues
Workaround
DGS-3426P and SuperMicro AOC-SG-I2
Gigabit NIC has compatible issue.
(DEUR20101029000004)
When powering off/on a stacking member
unit, the STP topology was changed and the
stacking unit is sometimes in loop condition for
a while. (DI20100514000005)
DGS-3450 only:
Per port mapping of 802.1p priority and class
is not supported when packets flowing
between block 1 (port 1~24) and block 2 (port
25~48), and across devices in the same
physical stack. When this happens the switch
will use default mapping instead of the
configured class mapping
Related Documentation:
- DGS-3400 Series User Manual
- DGS-3400 Series CLI Manual
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