Enterasys Vertical Horizon VHIM1000-S1TX Specifications

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Vertical Horizon
VH-2402S
Firmware Version 2.05.00
December 21, 2001
INTRODUCTION:
The VH-2402S is a 24 port dual-speed manageable standalone, stackable or rack-mountable switch. The switch
provides 24 10Base-T/100Base-TX ports, plus two rear-panel slots for optional slide-in 100Base-FX, 1000BaseSX ,1000Base-LX or 1000Base T modules. One of these slots can also be used for an optional stacking module
that allows you to attach up to seven switches to a 4 Gbps high-speed backplane. There is also another rearpanel slot that accepts an optional SNMP-based Management Module. This module supports both in-band and
out-of-band access for managing the switch and the attached stack.
The VH-2402Sswitches can be used in a standalone configuration, or can be stacked up to seven high to form a
single logical switch with up to 168, 10/100 Mbps ports. One optional Management Module is required for
configuring a standalone switch or an entire stack. The optional stacking Interconnect Module and Interconnect
Cables are not included with the base unit and need to be ordered separately.
Management of the switch or stack is provided when an optional Management Module is installed. Management
access is provided in-band via Telnet, SNMP, or out of band via the serial console port interface either directly or
through an attached modem. An imbedded Web agent also provides management capability to any computer on
the network via common Http browsers such as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (Note: Both
browsers should be Version 4.0 or above.)
Local Console Management (LCM) allows the user to monitor and configure the VH-2402S from a VT-type
terminal. LCM can be used to configure features such as SNMP community names and access rights, Port
Enable/Disable, firmware downloads, and Device IP address as well as most other parameters. LCM can also
provide statistical and diagnostic information about the entire device or an individual port.
Management of the switch or stack is password protected; the same password is used for LCM and for the Web
browser interface. Prior to accessing the Management Module via a network connection, a valid IP address,
subnet mask, and in some cases a default gateway must be configured using an out of band connection or the
BootP protocol. The management option provides SNMP, RMON (4 groups: 1,2,3,9), and Web management for
system control and statistical monitoring.
It is recommended that one thoroughly review this release note prior to the installation or upgrade of
this product.
FIRMWARE SPECIFICATION:
Status
Current Version
Previous Version
Previous Version
Previous Version
Previous Version
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2.05.00
2.04.07.06_17
2.04.07.06_16
2.04.07.06_15
2.04.07.06_09
Type
Customer
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
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Release Date
12/21/2001
10/15/2001
9/25/2001
10/22/ 2001
7/27/2001
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Status
Previous Version
Previous Version
Previous Version
Previous Version
Previous Version
Previous Version
Previous Version
Previous Version
Version No.
2.04.07.03
2.04.07
2.04.05
2.04.01
2.03.12
2.02.02
2.01.04.01
2.00.07
Type
Customer
Customer
Customer
Customer
Customer
Customer
Customer
Customer
Release Date
4/23/2001
4/12/2001
3/9/2001
12/8/2000
10/19/2000
8/14/2000
6/27/2000
1/13/2000
HARDWARE COMPATIBILITY:
ALL - VH-2402S
ELS100-S24TX2M - If you are currently using hardware Rev. "0F" or greater, It is necessary to use firmware
version 2.1.4.1 or greater on the ELS100- SMGMT module.
BOOTPROM COMPATIBILITY:
ALL
NETWORK MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE SUPPORT:
NMS Platform
NETSIGHT-EM (NetSight Element Manager)
NETSIGHT-TM (NetSight Topology Manager)
SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager
Version No.
3.0
1.2
6.0.3
Module No.
N/A
N/A
SM-ENT1004
If you install this image, you may not have control of all of the latest features of this product until the next
version(s) of network management software. Please review the software release notes for your specific network
management platform for details.
SUPPORTED FUNCTIONALITY:
Features
802.1P - Traffic Management ( 2 queues)
802.1Q - VLAN tagging and identification (256 VLANs)
Spanning Tree support
IGMP Snooping
Broadcast Storm Control
Local Management via TELNET (four sessions)
RMON Groups 1,2,3,9
Runtime Address Discovery
Online BOOTP/TFTP
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Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Features
TFTP download from a host
Trunking
SNMP
Modem support
Imbedded Http Agent
Port Mirroring
Auto-Negotiation
UPS support
Configuration Upload/Download Support
Port Security (MAC/Port Locking)
Support
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION NOTES:
In general, the VH-SMGMT will be shipped to you pre-configured with this version of firmware. If you would like to
upgrade an existing VH-SMGMT, please follow the TFTP download instructions that are included with your
firmware image upgrade kit. TFTP download instructions are also available on the Enterasys Networks Support
web site at: http://www.enterasys.com/support/techtips/tk0020-9.html.
FIRMWARE CHANGES AND ENHANCEMENTS:
The following Known Issues have been fixed in this release of firmware.
1. This version of code corrects a condition that has been occasionally seen in the VH-2402S causing the units
to randomly reset.
2. This version of code corrects a condition that has been occasionally seen in the VH-2402S causing all ports
to enter a non-forwarding state. All packets that are transmitted into any port(s) on the switch are counted as
dropped.
3. This version of code corrects a condition that could be seen in networks with high rates of varied types of
broadcast traffic. This caused the units to enter a port lock up state. During this state, some ports would stop
forwarding traffic and others would not.
4. This version of firmware supports a reduced boot up time when the system(s) is warm restarted.
When restarting the system, select ‘NO POST’ from the console for faster system boot up. This
enhancement enables the VH-2402S to bypass the internal diagnostics (POST) during a system restart. For
a single unit, the boot time is reduced from approximately 210 seconds to 90 seconds.
5. HTTP POST packets will no longer cause the switch to lock up and unwanted HTTP POST packets will be
dropped.
6. Auto-Negotiation on the VHIM1000-S1SX uplink module has been changed to address the link up issues that
could occur when two Vertical Horizon switches containing interconnected VHIM1000-S1SX modules are
powered up simultaneously.
7. Support for the VHIM1000-S1TX 1000Base T uplink module has been added.
8. Broadcast Storm Protection (previously Broadcast Strom Control) has been changed to reflect the following:
The user selectable Threshold setting is now between 100 and 141,000 pps in increments of 100. The
default is 200pps. The user selectable Average Intervals are 200ms, 500ms, 1sec, 5sec and 10sec. The
default is 1sec. This new algorithm ensures that high raters of broadcast traffic will not hinder the operation
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on the system(s).
9. A new UI for VLAN configuration has been added in this release of firmware. Please refer to the section titled
New Local Management Console Menu Items in this release note.
10. Ping response time has been enhanced. The VH-2402S operating system ensures higher priority tasks such
as NVRAM Updates or Address Monitoring (i.e. Spanning Tree) take precedence over PING. This ensures
the system(s) will remain operational.
11. The following issue has been fixed in this release of firmware. When the transmission rate of Layer 3 packets
increases, the rate at which reports are forwarded out the router port decreases. As the rate of Layer 3
packets increases, the forwarding of joins decreases.
12. The following issues have been fixed in this version of firmware. Multicast addresses 01-80-C2-00-00-02
through 01-80-C2-00-00-15 were dropped when Spanning Tree was enabled.
KNOWN RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
When a Gigabit port on the VH-2402S is connected to a Gigabit port on an SSR, auto-negotiation fails if the
SSR is power-cycled while the VH-2402Sis operational. It is necessary to set the speed on both ports.
When the speed of a Gigabit port is changed from a specific speed to auto-negotiate mode, the user must
disconnect and reconnect the cable to cause auto-negotiation to occur.
When a port is in the Spanning Tree Blocking state, incoming packets will continue to be counted in its
RMON counters.
When packets that originate at the CPU are transmitted out a mirror target port, they will have no CRC.
When a combination of high and low priority traffic is transmitted from a high speed port to a lower speed
port, some high priority packets may be dropped, if the traffic from the high speed port oversubscribes the
low speed port.
When Fast STA is disabled, the configuration count increases by one when a port transitions from a “NO
LINK” state to a “BLOCKED” state.
Do not trunk ports with IP Multicast clients.
Configuration parameters are not retained when downgrading to a lesser image from version 2.04.01
When building a 7 unit high stack, units 5, 6 and 7 must have Microcode version 1.11 or greater. Units 1
through 4 can use a lesser Microcode version than 1.11.
It is not possible to downgrade from firmware version 2.03.12 or higher down to version 2.02. or lower. If
the management agent is running any version of firmware above 2.2, and 2.2 or lower code is downloaded
onto the management card, then the management card will fail. This will be addressed via a new utility in
the future.
MAC to Port Locking- When a user creates one set of secure addresses on port 1 and then a different set of
secure addresses on port 2 and then transmits a packet with a port 1 secure address into port 2, the packet
is forwarded. Secure Addresses on port 1 will be forwarded to port 2. This issue is a limitation of the
switching chip. The workaround is to configure MAC to port locking as follows: When assigning Secure
addresses, note that the following port group combinations will “share” Secure addresses.
Group 1 ports 1,2,3,4,13,14,15,16
Group 2 ports 5,6,7,8,17,18,19,20
Group 3 ports 9,10,11,12,21,22,23,24
Ports on the optional 100/1000Mbps uplink cards are not effected by this functionality.
12. The user may observe screen corruption when the console is run on a Compaq PC.
13. The user may not see values updated within Web Management. Please ensure your Web Browser
“Temporary Internet Files Setting” is set to “Every visit to the page.”
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14. Console port fails to auto-negotiate properly. The VH-2402S only allows auto baud detection to take effect
after system restart. Once the user changes the terminal baud rate, after baud rate is detected; it will be not
known by switch agent.
15. After doing an upload configuration, the VH-2402S won’t allow a download configuration. The User has to
Re-start the Switch." Note: If the Switch is not "Re-Started", a "BootP" Event is attempted instead of a
"TFTP" Event during the "TFTP Download of the configuration."
16. To view a Filename longer than 20 Characters via Console, the user must first press <Ret> within the
Filename field then the Arrow Keys can be used to navigate.
17. On page 75 of the VH-2402S Management Guide , "Configuring VLANs", after Step 4, the user should go to
the "Port Assignment Configuration" and set each port to its VID. This will automatically add the ports to the
Egress List. Otherwise, if the user goes from Step 4 to Step 5, the user will only add ports to the Egress list
and then user will still have to go to "Port Assignment Configuration" to do the Ingress.
18. Do not perform a download configuration with a file size of 0. This will cause the VH-2402S not to boot.
Any other problems than those listed above should be reported to our Technical Support Staff.
GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSOLE MENU INFORMATION:
Internal MAC errors, which appear on the Port Statistics Screen, are for statistical purposes only. This screen
shows items other than Runts, Giants, CRC errors etc.
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NEW LOCAL MANAGEMENT CONSOLE MENU ITEMS:
New, enhanced VLAN configuration screens have been added with this release of firmware. Bolded items below
are new.
Vertical Horizon Local Management -- VH-2402S
Device Control Menu
Port Configuration ...
Global VLAN Configuration ...
Port Information ...
Port Assignment VLAN Configuration ...
Port Security Configuration ... Egress Ports VLAN Config ...
Port Trunking Configuration ... VLAN Forbidden Ports Config ...
Port GARP Configuration ...
802.1Q VLAN Base Information ...
Port GMRP Configuration ...
802.1Q VLAN Current Table Information ...
Extended Bridge Configuration ... 802.1Q VLAN Static Table Configuration ...
Spanning Tree Configuration ... 802.1P Configuration ...
Spanning Tree Information ...
IGMP Configuration ...
Mirror Port Configuration ...
IGMP Member Port Configuration ...
BStorm Control Configuration ... Multicast Router Port Configuration ...
<OK>
Display or set port configuration.
Use <TAB> or arrow keys to move. <Enter> to select.
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Global VLAN Configuration
VLAN Version Number
:1
MAX VLAN ID
: 2048
MAX Supported VLANs
: 256
Current Number of 802.1Q VLANs Configured : 3
VLAN ID : 1
VLAN Name:
Status : Enabled
Selected by
: VID
[Show]
<APPLY>
<OK>
<CANCEL>
Show a page of the VLAN.
Use <TAB> or arrow keys to move. <Enter> to select
Parameter Description
VLAN Version Number:
MAX VLAN ID:
MAX Supported VLANs:
Current Number of 802.1Q VLANs Configured
VLAN ID:
VLAN Name:
Status:
Displays the current Version of VLANs being used by the switch
Displays Maximum VLAN ID of 2048
Displays Maximum number of VLANs supported which is 256
: Displays current total number of VLANs configured on the switch
Input from 1-2048
Input VLAN name
Select either Enabled or Disabled
Selected by : Toggle option to show VLANs by VID or NAME via <space bar>.
[Show] : Show a page of the VLAN.
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Egress Ports VLAN Configuration
Permanent
Dynamic
Permanent
Dynamic
Unit Egress Ports Egress Ports Untagged Ports Untagged Ports
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1
1-24
1-24
2
1-24
1-24
3
1-24
1-24
4
1-24
1-24
5 ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------6 ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------7 ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- -----------------
Indexed by : VID
VLAN ID : 1
VLAN Name :
[Show]
[More]
<APPLY>
<OK>
<CANCEL>
Static Egress Port List.1-24.
| READ/WRITE
Use <TAB> or arrow keys to move, other keys to make changes.
Parameter Description
Unit:
Permanent Egress ports:
Dynamic Egress Ports:
Permanent Untagged ports:
Dynamic Untagged Ports:
Indexed by:
VLAN ID:
VLAN Name:
[Show]:
[More]:
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Displays the individual VH-2402S switch units in the stack configuration
User can enter Static Egress Port list string. (Example 1,4-10, 15)…
Displays Dynamic Egress Ports
User can enter Static Untagged Port list string. (Example 1,4-10, 15)…
Displays Dynamic Untagged Ports
Toggle Option to show status by VID or NAME via <spacebar>.
User can enter a VLAN ID.
User can enter a VLAN Name.
Show a page of the VLAN Egress Configuration
Show next page of the VLAN Egress Configuration
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NOTE: Although this screen references GVRP, the GVRP Protocol is not supported in this release of firmware
Vertical Horizon Local Management -- VH-2402S
GVRP VLAN Configuration: VLAN Forbidden Ports
Permanent
Unit Forbidden Ports
---------------------------1
----------------2
----------------3
----------------4 - ---------------5
----------------6
----------------7
-----------------
Indexed by : VID
VLAN ID : 1
VLAN Name :
[Show]
[More]
<APPLY>
<OK>
<CANCEL>
Static Forbidden Port List.1-24.
| READ/WRITE
Use <TAB> or arrow keys to move, other keys to make changes.
Parameter Description
Unit :
Permanent Forbidden Ports:
Indexed By:
VLAN ID:
VLAN Name:
[Show]:
[More]:
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Number of switch to configure
User can enter a Static Forbidden port list string.(Example 1,4-10,15)…
Toggle option to show status by VID or NAME via <spacebar>
User can enter a VLAN ID.
User can enter a VLAN Name.
Show a page of the VLAN Forbidden Configuration
Show next page of the VLAN Forbidden Configuration
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802.1Q VLAN Base Information
VLAN Version Number
:1
MAX VLAN ID
: 2048
MAX Supported VLANs
: 256
Current Number of 802.1Q VLANs Configured : 3
<OK>
Return to previous panel.
<Enter> to select.
Parameter Description
VLAN Version Number:
MAX VLAN ID:
MAX Supported VLANs:
Current Number of 802.1Q VLANs Configured:
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Displays VLAN version number currently being used by the switch
Displays Maximum VLAN ID of 2048
Displays Maximum number of VLANs supported which is 256
Displays current total number of VLANs configured on the switch
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802.1Q VLAN Current Table Information
Deleted VLAN Entry Counts : 0
VID
Creation Time
Status
---------------------------------------------------------------1
0 (0 day 0 hr 0 min 0 sec)
Permanent
Unit Current Egress Ports
Current Untagged Ports
1 111111111111 111111111111 ----
111111111111 111111111111 ----
Sorted by VID : 1
[Show]
[More]
<OK>
<PREV UNIT>
<NEXT UNIT>
Show a page of the current information in 802.1Q VLAN table.
Use <TAB> or arrow keys to move. <Enter> to select
Parameter Description
VID:
Creation Time:
Status:
Unit:
Current Egress Ports:
Current Untagged Ports:
Sorted by VID:
[Show] :
[More]:
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Displays VLAN Identification Number
Displays Creation Time of VLAN
Displays Status of VLAN
Displays Switch Number
Displays Status of Current Egress Ports
Displays Status of Current Untagged Ports
User can Enter VLAN ID to be displayed.
Show a page of the current information in the 802.1Q VLAN Table.
Show next page of the current information in the 802.1Q VLAN Table.
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802.1Q VLAN Static Table Configuration
VID VLAN Name Status
------------------------------------1
Active
Unit Egress Ports
Forbidden Egress Ports
1 111111111111 111111111111 ----
000000000000 000000000000 ----
Unit Untagged Ports
1 111111111111 111111111111 ----
VID : 1
[Show]
[More]
[New]
<APPLY>
<OK>
<CANCEL>
<PREV UNIT>
<NEXT UNIT>
The name of the VLAN.
| READ/WRITE
Use <TAB> or arrow keys to move, other keys to make changes.
Parameter Description
VID:
VLAN Name:
Status:
Displays VLAN Identification Number
Displays VLAN Name which can be modified by User.
Displays Status of VLAN which can be modified by User via <Space Bar> : Active,
Delete, Not in Service.
Unit :
Displays switch number to be configured.
Egress Ports:
Displays Egress Ports that are Enabled(1) or Disabled(0) which can be modified by the
User via <Ret> and then Arrow Keys to select Port and type in 1 or 0.
Forbidden Egress Ports: Displays Forbidden Egress Ports that are Enabled(1) or Disabled(0) which can be
modified by the User via <Ret> and then Arrow Keys to select Port and type in 1 or 0.
Unit:
Untagged Ports:
VID:
[Show] :
[More]:
[New]:
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Displays switch number to be configured.
Displays Untagged Ports that are Enabled(1) or Disabled(0) which can be
modified by the User via <Ret> and then Arrow Keys to select Port and type in 1 or 0.
VLAN ID that the User can select to show 802.1Q VLAN Static Table Configuration.
Show a page of the VLAN Static Table.
Show next page of the VLAN Static Table.
Allows User to create a new 802.1Q Static VLAN.
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COMPLIANCE SUPPORT:
Compliance Level
Year 2000
Known Anomalies: None.
Compliant
YES
IEEE STANDARDS SUPPORT:
Standard
IEEE 802.1D
IEEE 802.1p
IEEE 802.1Q
IEEE 802.2
IEEE 802.3
IEEE 802.3I
IEEE 802.3u
IEEE 802.3u
IEEE 802.3x
IEEE 802.3z
IEEE 802.ab
Title
Transparent Bridging Specifications (ISO/IEC 10038)
Traffic Class Expediting and Dynamic Multicast Filtering
Virtual Bridged Local Area Networks
Local Area Networks, Logical Link Control (LLC)
CSMA/CD 9 (ISO/IEC 8802-3)
10Base-T (ISO/IEC 8802-3, clause 14)
100Base-TX (ISO/IEC 8802-3, clause 25)
100Base-FX (ISO/IEC 8802-3, clause 26)
Flow Control
1000Base-SX, 1000Base-LX
1000Base-T
IETF STANDARDS MIB SUPPORT:
RFC No.
1157
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Title
Simple Network Management
Protocol(SNMP)
MIB-II
1493
Bridge MIB
1573
1643
1757
Interfaces Evolution MIB
Ethernet-like
RMON MIB
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Groups Supported
System, Interfaces, IP, ICMP, UDP,
Transmission (dot3), and SNMP
Spanning Tree and various managed
objects for bridges
MIB-II Interfaces Group extensions
Various Ethernet specific aspects
Statistics, History, Alarm, and Event
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RFC No.
2674
Title
Definitions of Managed Objects for Bridges
with Traffic
Classes, Multicast Filtering and Virtual
LAN Extensions
Groups Supported
Groups in the P-BRIDGE MIB
-- ----------------------------------------------------dot1dExtBase OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {
pBridgeMIBObjects 1 }
dot1dPriority OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {
pBridgeMIBObjects 2 }
Groups in the Q-BRIDGE MIB
-- ---------------------------------------------------dot1qBase
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {
qBridgeMIBObjects 1 }
dot1qTp
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {
qBridgeMIBObjects 2 }
dot1qStatic
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {
qBridgeMIBObjects 3 }
dot1qVlan
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {
qBridgeMIBObjects 4 }
ENTERASYS NETWORKS PRIVATE ENTERPRISE MIB SUPPORT:
Title
NA
Version
NA
Enterasys Networks Private Enterprise MIBs are available in ASN.1 format from the Enterasys Networks web site
at: http://www.enterasys.com/support/mibs Indexed MIB documentation is also available.
SNMP TRAP SUPPORT:
RFC No.
RFC 1215
RFC 1493
RFC 1573
RFC 1757
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coldStart_trap
warmStart_trap
linkUp_trap
authenticationFailure_trap
egpNeighborLoss_trap
ENTERPRISE dot1dBridge
NewRoot
1
topologyChange
2
SnmpTraps
IlinkDown
3
LinkUp
4
IETF RMON, ENTERPRISE
rmon -- 1.3.6.1.2.1.16
risingAlarm
1
fallingAlarm
2
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ENTERASYS NETWORKS PRIVATE ENTERPRISE TRAP SUPPORT:
NONE
GLOBAL SUPPORT:
By Phone: (603) 332-9400
By Email: support@enterasys.com
By Web: http://www.enterasys.com/support
By Fax: (603) 337-3075
By Mail: Enterasys Networks
P.O. Box 5005
Rochester, NH 03867-5005
For information regarding the latest firmware available, recent release note revisions, or if you require additional
assistance, please visit the Enterasys Networks Support web
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