SignaMax 065-7940B-WS User manual

SignaMax 065-7940B-WS User manual
24-Port Gigabit Web Smart Switch
with 4 SFP (Mini-GBIC) slots
User Manual
V1.4
(April 2008)
065-7940B-WS 24-Port 10/100/1000 WebSmart Switch with 4 SFP Ports
COPYRIGHT
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a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, whether
electronic, mechanical, photo copying, recording or otherwise, without the
prior written permission of the publisher.
FCC WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a class A device, pursuant to part 15 of FCC rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
commercial installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communication.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference, in which case, the user will be required to correct the
interference at the user’s own expense.
CE
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may
cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take
adequate measures.
Take special care to read and understand all the content in the warning
boxes.
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Table of Contents
UNPACKING INFORMATION...................................... 5
INTRODUCTION........................................................ 5
GENERAL DESCRIPTION..........................................................................5
KEY FEATURES ......................................................................................6
THE FRONT PANEL .................................................................................6
THE REAR PANEL...................................................................................7
INSTALLATION ......................................................... 8
DESKTOP INSTALLATION ........................................................................8
RACK INSTALLATION .............................................................................8
INSTALLING NETWORK CABLES ..............................................................8
DESCRIPTION OF SWITCH FUNCTIONS .................. 10
JUMBO FRAME ..................................................................................... 10
FLOW CONTROL AND BACKPRESSURE................................................... 10
MIRROR ............................................................................................... 10
VLAN................................................................................................. 10
TRUNK (AGGREGATION)....................................................................... 10
QUALITY OF SERVICE (QOS) ................................................................ 10
SNMP ................................................................................................. 10
MANAGEMENT GUIDE ............................................. 11
ACCESS THE SWITCH ............................................................................ 11
HOMEPAGE .......................................................................................... 12
SYSTEM ............................................................................................... 13
PORT ................................................................................................... 14
VLAN................................................................................................. 15
PVID................................................................................................... 16
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AGGREGATION/ TRUNK CONFIGURATION .............................................. 17
QUALITY OF SERVICE ........................................................................... 18
MIRROR ............................................................................................... 22
RATE LIMIT ......................................................................................... 23
SNMP ................................................................................................. 24
DISCOVERY.......................................................................................... 25
STATISTICS OVERVIEW ......................................................................... 26
DETAILED STATISTICS .......................................................................... 26
RESTART ............................................................................................. 27
FACTORY DEFAULT .............................................................................. 27
SMART BOOT ....................................................................................... 27
SOFTWARE UPLOAD ............................................................................. 28
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS.................................... 29
APPENDIX- COMMAND LINE INTERFACE ................ 30
START-UP AND TERMINAL CONFIGURATION .......................................... 30
LOGIN/LOGOUT PROCEDURES............................................................... 30
COMMAND HIERARCHY........................................................................ 31
ENTERING COMMANDS......................................................................... 31
COMMAND DESCRIPTION...................................................................... 32
System Commands........................................................................... 32
Console Commands......................................................................... 33
Port Commands............................................................................... 34
VLAN Commands ............................................................................ 36
Aggregation Commands .................................................................. 38
QoS Commands............................................................................... 39
Mirror Commands........................................................................... 40
IP Commands.................................................................................. 41
SNMP Commands ........................................................................... 41
Ratelimit Commands ....................................................................... 42
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Unpacking Information
Congratulations on purchasing this Signamax 065-7940B-WS 24-port Gigabit Web
Smart Switch with 4 SFP module Combo slots. Before you start, please verify that
your package contains the following items:
1.
2.
3.
4.
One Signamax 065-7940B-WS 24-port Gigabit Web Smart Switch with 4 SFP slots
One power cord
Rack-mounting brackets and screws (optional)
User Manual CD
Introduction
General Description
This Switch will instantly boost your networking throughput because it provides
you with 24 Gigabit ports that enable true Gigabit connectivity. Users are now
able to transfer large and bandwidth-hungry files faster and hence get a real
efficiency improvement. This efficiency is further enhanced by the user-friendly
Web-based management interface. In addition to the 24 copper ports, the
Switch offers 4 fiber ports (slots) that can be used in the place of the last 4
copper ports (these are interchangeable or ‘combo’ ports). These SFP
module slots offer the option of a long-distance, fiber-based connection. Use of
a SFP module port automatically disables its corresponding copper port.
The management functions enable efficient network usage. VLAN reduces the
collisions caused by broadcasting. Port Aggregation enlarges the bandwidth of
the backbone connection. QoS secures the bandwidth for some
bandwidth-hungry applications like VoIP and video conferencing. The Switch
also supports 802.3x and backpressure flow control mechanisms to ensure the
correctness of data transmission.
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Key Features
24 (twenty-four) 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet ports.
4 (four) SFP slots for optional fiber connection.
Supports auto-detection for SFP module insertion
Auto-discovery function for easy Network management.
8K MAC address entries and 24 groups VLAN table
Supports Port Mirroring.
Supports up to 8 ports and 12 groups port aggregation.
Supports QoS: port-based, tag-based, DSCP priority
Supports full-duplex flow control and half-duplex backpressure
Supports Rate Limit (ICMP Rate, Broadcast Rate, Multicast Rate, and
Ingress/Egress Rate)
Supports Jumbo frame 9K bytes
Supports 500K bytes buffer Memory
Supports Web-based management interface.
Non-blocking wire-speed switching performance
Supports firmware upgrade, SNMP
FCC Class A, CE, VCCI. RoHS-compliant
The Front Panel
The front panel features all the LED indicators and ports:
Device LED:
LED
Power (PWR)
Status
Steady Green
Off
Operation
The switch is powered on
The switch is powered off
Port LEDs:
LED
1000M
Status
Green
Blinking Green
Off
Steady Green
10/100M
Blinking Green
Off
Operation
The port is connected at 1000 Mbps
A valid link is established, and there is data being
transmitted/received.
No valid link on this port or the Port is connected at 10/100
Mbps
A valid link is established, and there is no data being
transmitted/received.
A valid link is established, and there is data being
transmitted/received.
No valid link on this port or the port is connected at 1000
Mbps
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Attention:
:The SFP module (SFP) slots share their LED indicators with their
interchangeable Gigabit RJ-45 (copper) ‘combo’ ports (the last 4 copper ports).
Use of a SFP module slot automatically disables its corresponding copper port.
Port Operation
The auto-negotiation feature allows ports to run at one of the following operation
modes:
Media
10/100/1000 Mbps(copper)
Speed
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
1000 Mbps(Fiber)
(mini GBIC required)
1000 Mbps
1000 Mbps
Duplex Mode
Full Duplex
Half Duplex
Full Duplex
Half Duplex
Full Duplex
Full Duplex
Note: For the interchangeable (combo) ports (the last 4 RJ-45 ports and the fiber
slots), if both the fiber and copper interfaces of an interchangeable pair (combo) are
connected (incorrect set-up), the system automatically accepts the fiber interface and
disables the copper port.
Restore Default Button
You can use this button to reset the switch or restore it to its factory default settings.
To reset the switch, press the button once.
To restore factory default settings, press and hold the button for three seconds.
The Rear Panel
The rear panel:
Power Receptacle
To be compatible with electricity standards around the world, the Switch is designed to
work with voltages between 100 and 240V AC and 50/60Hz. Please make sure that
your region’s electricity supply is within this range.
To power on the Switch, please plug the female end of the power cord firmly into the
receptacle of the Switch and the other (male) end into an electricity outlet (usually a
wall plug). After plugging in the power cord, check if the power LED is lit to indicate
normal power status.
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Installation
This Signamax 065-7940B-WS Switch can be placed on your desktop or mounted in a
rack. Installation is very easy. Users can use all the features of the Switch by simply
attaching the cables and turning the power on.
Before installing the Switch, we strongly recommend that …
1.
… the Switch must be placed in an environment that is well ventilated – a
minimum space around the unit of 25mm is recommended.
2.
… the Switch and relevant components are far from sources of electrical noise,
such as radios, transmitters and broadband amplifiers
3.
… the Switch’s environment is protected from high levels of humidity.
Desktop Installation
1. Install the Switch on a level surface that can support the weight of the unit and the
relevant components.
2. Plug the Switch’s power cord into the power outlet.
Rack Installation
Rack mounting enables orderly installation in cases where many networking devices
have to be installed in the same area. The Switch is supplied with brackets and screws
for rack-mounting purposes.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Disconnect all cables from the Switch before mounting it.
Place the unit the right way up on a hard, flat surface with the front facing you.
Locate a mounting bracket over the mounting holes on one side of the unit.
Insert the screws and tighten them with a suitable screwdriver.
Repeat this for the other side of the unit.
Slide the unit into the rack and secure it with suitable screws.
Reconnect all the cables.
Installing Network Cables
1.
Crossover or straight-through cable: All the ports on the Switch support
Auto-MDI/MDI-X functionality. Both straight-through and crossover cables can
be used to connect the Switch with PCs and other devices like switches, hubs or
router.
2.
Category 3,4,5 or 5eUTP/STP cable: To make a valid connection and obtain
optimal performance, it is vital to use the appropriate cables that correspond to
the different transmitting/receiving speeds.
3.
To choose a suitable cable, please refer to the following table:
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Media
10/100/1000 Mbps
copper
1000 Mbps Fiber
(SFP module
required)
Speed
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
1000 Mbps
1000 Mbps
Wiring
Category 3,4,5 UTP/STP
Category 5 UTP/STP
Category 5,5e UTP/STP
The cable type differs according to the SFP
module you choose. Please refer to the
instructions that came with your SFP module.
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Description of Switch Functions
Jumbo Frame
The Signamax 065-7940B-WS Switch supports Jumbo Frames, which means that it
can transmit the same data in fewer frames. This helps to ensure fewer overheads,
shorter processing time, and fewer interruptions.
NOTE: To enable Jumbo Frame, Flow Control should be enabled in advance.
Flow Control and Backpressure
Flow Control and Backpressure both help devices with different processing speeds to
communicate with each other. This ensures the correctness of data transmissions.
The 802.3x Flow Control and Backpressure mechanisms work respectively for fulland half-duplex modes. Flow Control can be enabled or disabled on a per-port basis.
Mirror
The Mirror function enables network administrators to monitor all traffic. By forwarding
a copy of the packets that are transferred by the monitored port, the sniffer port
receives all the packets and hence is able to monitor the traffic through the specified
port.
VLAN
This Switch supports Virtual LAN, which means the network can be segmented into
groups to reduce collisions caused by wide broadcasting. The Switch supports both
port-based VLAN and 802.1q tag-based VLAN. Port-based VLAN directs incoming
packets to VLANs according to their ingress ports. 802.1q-based VLAN adds a tag to
the header of the packet to direct the packet to the right VLAN.
Trunk (Aggregation)
The Trunk function groups several ports into one combined transmission channel.
This increases the bandwidth, which helps to boost backbone connectivity. The
Switch allows a maximum of 4 groups and 8 members for each group.
Quality of Service (QoS)
QoS classifies packets into different precedence classes. The packets are transmitted
and received according to their classified priorities. This mechanism helps
high-bandwidth demanding applications such as VoIP to get an unobstructed
connection.
SNMP
The Switch supports SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol). It allows the
product to be monitored by an SNMP management station.
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Management guide
Access the Switch
This section shows you how to access and use the Signamax 065-7940B-WS
Switch’s advanced management capability, which can be accessed via console
port or Internet Browser over the network (in-band).
Manage via Command Line Interface
To start the Command Line Interface, please connect a PC COM port to the
RS-232 connector and activate terminal emulation software (e.g. Windows’
HyperTerminal).
The terminal emulation software should be started in the following configuration:
1.
Data rate: 115200 baud
2.
Data format: 8 data bits, 1 stop bit and no parity
3.
Flow control: none.
4.
Click the property icon, select settings, and make sure that: The Function,
arrow, and ctrl keys act as: Terminal keys, Emulation: VT100
Note: To manage via command line interface, please find the “Appendix” for more
information
Manage via Web Browser
To access the Web-based management interface, you should configure the
management station with an IP address and subnet mask that is compatible with your
switch.
The factory defaults of the Switch:
IP:
:
192.168.0.254
Subnet Mask:
:
255.255.255.0
1. Run your Web Browser and enter the appropriate IP address in the Address field:
2. Key in the user name and password. The factory default value of User Name and
Password is “admin”.
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Homepage
After successful log-in, the “SYSTEM Configuration” page appears (this is also the
Homepage). You can click on the hyperlinks on the left side of each page to get
access to each management function.
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System
The System window provides the Switch’s system information and allows users to
configure most of these properties (see table under screenshot for details).
Items
MAC Address
S/W Version
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Management VLAN
User Name
Password
System Name
Functions
The MAC address of this device..
The software version of this device.
Set up the IP address of the switch
Set up the Subnet Mask of the switch
Set up the Gateway of the switch
The VLAN group that is allowed to access the
WEB-based management interface.
The Log-in name. (Default: admin)
The Log-in password. (Default: admin)
The name of the device.
To save the configuration of the system, click “Apply”.
Note:
After applying a new IP address, a new log-in page will appear automatically. Please
log in again to proceed to other configurations.
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Port
This Port Configuration page shows the link status of each port and allows users to
configure speed, flow control and maximum frame size for each port.
Items
Link
Mode
Flow Control
Max Frame length
Functions
Shows the link status of each port. The column lights green and
shows the link speed if there is valid connection on the port.
Select a speed for this port. “Auto Speed” enables
auto-negotiation. “Disable” stops the port from functioning.
Mark the checkbox to enable the FDX Flow Control, or unmark
to disable.
Adjust the size of Jumbo Frames. The default is 1518 bytes.
The Maximum value can be up to 9k bytes.
To save the configuration of the system, click “Apply”. You can also click the “Refresh”
button to show the updated statuses of the ports.
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VLAN
VLAN divides the network members into groups to reduce packet collisions and
improve the network efficiency. The switch supports 802.1q tag-based VLAN. Please
follow the instructions to configure.
To add new VLAN groups,
1. Fill in a VLAN ID, from 2 to 4094, in the “VLAN\Port” column.
2. Select the ports for each VLAN group.
3. Click the “Apply” button to execute.
To delete a VLAN group
1. Remove the members of the VLAN group by unmarking their marked
checkboxes.
2. Clear the VLAN ID of the VLAN you want to remove in the “VLAN\Port”
column. (Don’t type N/A. Just leave it blank)
3. Click the “Apply” button to execute.
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PVID
When the VLAN-enabled Switch receives a tagged packet, the packet will be sent to
the port’s default VLAN according to the PVID (port VLAN ID) of the receiving port.
Items
Port
Egress
Functions
Port Number 1~24
Select “tagged” in the drop menu to enable the PVID checking
and tag inserting of one port, and select “untagged” to cancel.
For example, if an Egress-tagged port receives an untagged
frame, it will be transmitted as a PVID tagged frame. For the detail
tagging status, please refer to the following table.
Untagged
Tagged
Packet
Packet
Packet Frames In Packet Frames
Out
Frames In
Frames Out
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Tagged (PVID)
Tagged
Untagged
Tagged (VID)
Tagged (VID)
Pri-tagged
Untagged
Pri-tagged
Tagged (PVID)
PVID
Only
tagged
Port VLAN ID(1~4094)
Enable: block all untagged packets from accessing this port.
Disable: All packets are allowed to access this port.
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Aggregation/ Trunk Configuration
To set up the port trunk groups, put the selected ports’ numbers into the same
Aggregation group. You can choose up to eight groups. Don’t forget to click “Apply” to
save the settings.
There are three aggregation modes for you to set up, SMAC, DMAC, and XOR.
SMAC mode selects the path of packets according to Source MAC while DMAC mode
selects path according to Destination MAC. XOR mode calculates the result of the
DMAC and SMAC modes to decide the path of the packets.
Note:
1. Settings in VLAN, Port Aggregation, and Mirror are co-dependent. Please
make sure that the settings won’t influence one another.
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Quality of Service
QoS enhances communication quality by giving precedence to certain classes of
packets. This switch provides port-based, tag-based and DSCP QoS modes:
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Port-based mode QoS:
Port-based QoS allows users to configure each port as having a high or low priority.
To assign a priority level to each port:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select “Port” in the “Mode” column for those ports that are going to function as
part of port-based QoS. Click the “Apply” button.
Click the “Port priority” button. The “Port Priority Setting” appears.
Click on the drop menu to specify priority levels.
Click “Apply” to execute.
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Tag-based QoS:
Tag-based QoS assigns packet priority according to the tags on the packets.
To configure Tag-based QoS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Select “Tagged” in the “Mode” column for those ports that are going to
perform tag-based QoS. Click the “Apply” button.
Click the “Tag priority” button. The “Tag Priority Setting” page shows up.
Select the port that you are going to configure from the drop menu.
Set the priorities as high or low for each Priority Tag type.
Click the “Apply” button again to execute your configuration.
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DSCP-mode QoS:
DSCP-mode QoS assigns packet priority according to the types of the incoming
packets. It distinguishes packets according to the “Delay”, “Throughput” and
“Reliability” information attached to the packet. The types are listed as the following:
Bit 0 (Delay)
0 (Normal)
1 (Low)
Bit 1 (Throughput)
0 (Normal)
1 (High)
Bit 3 (Reliability)
0 (Normal)
1 (High)
Note: The Switch distinguishes packets with DSCP precedence “000(routine)” only.
To configure DSCP-based QoS configuration:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select “DSCP” in the “Mode” column for those ports that are going to perform
DSCP-based QoS. Click the “Apply” button.
Click the “DSCP priority” button. The “DSCP Priority Setting” page shows
up.
Set the priorities as high or low for each precedence type.
Click the “Apply” button again to execute your configuration.
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Mirror
The Mirror function copies all the packets that are transmitted by the source port to
the destination port. It allows administrators to analyze and monitor the traffic of the
monitored ports.
Mirror Configuration:
1.
2.
3.
Select those ports that are going to be monitored by marking the checkboxes in
the “Monitor Port” column.
Click the drop menu in the “Sniffer Port” column. Select a port as the
administration port for monitoring those source ports.
Click “Apply” to activate.
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Rate Limit
The “Rate Limit” page allows users to limit the bandwidth for each port and configure
the rules for Storm Control, which limits the flow of broadcast and multicast
To perform storm control:
1.
2.
Click on each drop list to specify a speed for each frame type.
Click the “Apply” button to execute your configuration.
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SNMP
This device supports SNMP-management, which allows network administrators to
monitor and configure this device with SNMP software. To allow this device to be
managed via SNMP:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select “enable” in the drop menu.
Specify a trap IP. A trap IP is the destination port for sending trap information,
which is usually the IP address of network administrators.
Fill in a name in the “Community Get” column, which is the password for
accessing MIB with read-only authority.
Fill in a name in the “Community Set” column, which is the password for
accessing MIB with read-and-write authority.
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Discovery
After installing a series of our switches, the discovery management tool helps users to
search and get access to those switches within the LAN.
Note: The discovery tool lists a maximum of 16 devices respectively for auto
and manual modes.
Auto Search
1. Click the “Apply” button to start.
2. The devices being found are listed below.
3. Click the IP address hyperlink to get access to the device.
Manual Add
Add
1. Enter the IP address & name in the text box
2. Click “Add” to add the new IP address on the table
Delete
1. Click the check box of the one you want to remove
2. Click “Delete” to remove.
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Statistics Overview
The Statistics Overview is provided for users to see the general transmitting and
receiving status of each port. You may click the “Clear” button to clean all statistics or
click the “Refresh” button to renew the statistics.
Detailed Statistics
The Detailed Statistics is provided for users to see the detailed transmitting and
receiving status of each port. Please click the hyperlinks above to select a port.
You may also click the “Clear” button to clean all statistics or click the “Refresh”
button to renew the statistics.
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Restart
Restart:
To restart the system, click the “Yes” button. The system restarts and shows the
authentication window. Please fill in the username and password to continue.
Factory Default
Restore Factory Default:
To restore the factory default settings, click the Yes button.
Note: The IP address of the device will also be reconfigured to the factory default
setting, which is 192.168.0.254.
Smart Boot
This Smart Boot page allows users to select the booting flash of the device.
”Active image number” shows the current flash for booting the device. To change the
booting flash, click on the appropriate flash in the “Boot image number” column and click
the “Apply” button to execute.
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Software Upload
This “Software Upload” page allows users to upgrade firmware for this Switch.
To perform firmware upgrade:
1. Click the “Browse” button
2. Locate the firmware file
3. Click the “Upload” button to execute.
Note: This new firmware is going to be applied on the remaining flash that you have
NOT selected in “Smart Boot”, that is, the new firmware is going to be applied on
the flash that is NOT chosen as the booting flash. Please ensure that you boot this
device with the correct flash before performing a firmware upgrade.
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Product Specifications
Standards
Interface
IEEE802.3 10BaseT
IEEE802.3u 100BaseTX
IEEE802.3x full-duplex operation and flow control
IEEE802.3ab/z 1000BaseT
IEEE802.1Q VLAN interoperability
IEEE802.1p Priority Operation
24 * 10/100/1000Mbps auto MDI/MDI-X RJ-45 switching ports
4 * SFP( mini-GBIC) ports
1 * Restore Default Button
Cable Connections
RJ-45 (10BaseT): Category 3,4,5 UTP/STP
RJ-45 (100BaseTX): Category 5 UTP/STP
RJ-45 (1000BaseT): Category 5,5e or enhanced UTP/STP
Fiber: depends on SFP module types
Network Data Rate
10/100/1000 Mbps Auto-negotiation
Transmission Mode
LED indicators
Memory
Emission
Operating
Temperature
Operating Humidity
Power Supply
10/100 Mbps Full-duplex, Half-duplex
1000 Mbps Full-duplex
System:
Power
RJ-45 Ports
1000M, 10/100M
8K MAC entries
500K Buffer Memory
9K Byte Jumbo Frame
FCC Class A, CE, VCCI, RoHS
0
0
0
0
0 ~ 40 C (32 ~ 104 F)
10% - 90% (non-condensing)
Internal power supply
100-240V / 50-60Hz universal input
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Appendix- Command Line Interface
Start-up and Terminal configuration
To start the Command Line Interface, please connect a PC COM port to the
RS-232 connector and activate terminal emulation software (e.g. Windows’
HyperTerminal).
The terminal emulation software should be started in the following configuration:
1.
Data rate: 115200 baud
2.
Data format: 8 data bits, 1 stop bit and no parity
3.
Flow control: none.
4.
Click the property icon, select settings, and make sure that: The Function,
arrow, and ctrl keys act as: Terminal keys, Emulation: VT100
Login/Logout Procedures
To get access to the CLI, you will have to get the username and password for login.
The default username and password are “admin” and “admin”.
Note: We recommend that you configure a new username and password to
prevent unauthorized users from accessing the device.
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Command Hierarchy
After logging in, press ? + <enter> to show the 9 command groups.
System
Console
Port
VLAN
Aggr
QoS
Mirror
IP
SNMP
Ratelimit
Exit
- System commands
- Console commands
- Port commands
- VLAN commands
- Aggregation commands
- QoS commands
- Mirror commands
- IP commands
- SNMP commands
- Rate setup commands
- Logout commands
Press ? or help to get help. The help depends on the context (where you are in the
program):
- At top level, a list of command groups will be shown.
- At group level, a list of the command syntaxes will be shown.
- If given after a command, the syntax and a description of the
command will be shown.
Entering Commands
To give any command, please key in your command and press enter.
Example:
1.
Type “system” and press <enter> to get access to the system command group.
2.
Type “Configuration” and press <enter> to perform “configuration”
You can type “up” and press <enter> to go back to the upper level.
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Command Description
These are the group commands of the command line interface:
Command groups:
System
- System commands
Console
- Console commands
Port
- Port commands
VLAN
- VLAN commands
Aggr
- Aggregation commands
QoS
- QoS commands
Mirror
- Mirror commands
IP
- IP commands
SNMP
- SNMP commands
Ratelimit
- Rate setup commands
Exit
- Logout commands
System Commands
Commands at System level:
System Configuration [all]
System Restore Default [keepIP]
System UserName [<name>]
System Password [<password>]
System Systemname [<name>]
System Reboot
System Configuration [all]
Syntax:
System Configuration [all]
Description:
Show system name, username, password, software version and management MAC
address. Optionally show the full configuration
[all]: Show the total switch configuration (default: System configuration only)
System Restore Default [keepIP]
Description:
Restore factory default configuration.
[keepIP]: Preserve IP configuration (default: Not preserved).
UserName [<name>]
Description:
Set or show the user name.
[<name>]: String of up to 16 characters (default: Show user name).
System Password [<password>]
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Description:
Set or show the console password. The empty string ("") disables the
password check.
[<password>]: Password string of up to 16 characters.
System Systemname [<name>]
Description:
Set or show the system name.
[<name>]: String of up to 16 characters (default: Show system name).
System Reboot
Description:
Reboot the switch.
Console Commands
Commands at Console level:
Console Configuration
Console Timeout [<timeout>]
Console Prompt [<prompt string>]
Console Configuration
Description:
Show configured console prompt and timeout
Console Timeout [<timeout>]
Description:
Set or show the console inactivity timeout in seconds. The value zero
disables timeout.
[<timeout>]: Timeout value in seconds, 0,60-10000.
Console Prompt [<prompt_string>]
Description:
Set or show the console prompt string.
[<prompt_string>]: Command prompt string of up to 10 characters.
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Port Commands
Commands at Port level:
Port Configuration [<portlist>]
Port Mode [<portlist>] [<mode>]
Port Flow Control [<portlist>] [enable|disable]
Port Admin [<portlist>] [enable|disable]
Port MaxFrame [<portlist>] [<framesize>|reset]
Port Statistics [<portlist>] [clear]
-----#Note: If you want to make maxframe bigger than 1518, the [Flow Control] should be
enabled!
Port Configuration [<portlist>]
Description:
Show the configured and current speed, duplex mode, flow control
mode and admin state for the port.
[<portlist>]: Port list (Default: All ports).
Port Mode [<portlist>] [<mode>]
Description:
Set or show the speed and duplex mode for the port.
[<portlist>]: Port list (Default: All ports).
[<mode>]
: Port speed and duplex mode (Default: Show configured
and current mode).
10hdx : 10 Mbit/s, half duplex.
10fdx : 10 Mbit/s, full duplex.
100hdx : 100 Mbit/s, half duplex.
100fdx : 100 Mbit/s, full duplex.
1000fdx: 1 Gbit/s, full duplex.
auto : Auto negotiation of speed and duplex.
Port Flow Control [<portlist>] [enable|disable]
Description:
Set or show flow control mode for the port.
[<portlist>]
: Port list (default: All ports).
[enable|disable]: Enable/disable flow control (default: Show
flow control mode).
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Port Admin [<portlist>] [enable|disable]
Description:
Set or show the admin state for the port.
[<portlist>]
: Port list (default: All ports).
[enable|disable]: Enable or disable admin state (default: Show admin state).
Port MaxFrame [<portlist>] [<framesize>|reset]
Description:
Set or show the maximum frame size in bytes (including FCS) for frames
received on the port. Tagged frames are allowed to be 4 bytes longer than the
maximum frame size. Use the reset option to return to default setting.
[<portlist>]
: Port list (default: All ports).
[<framesize>|reset]: Maximum frame size [1518-9216] or reset to 1518 bytes (default:
Show maximum frame size)
Port Statistics [<portlist>] [clear]
Description:
Show or clear statistics for the port.
[<portlist>]: Port list (default: All ports).
[clear]
: Clear port statistics (default: Show statistics).
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VLAN Commands
Commands at VLAN level:
VLAN Configuration [<portlist>]
VLAN Add <vidlist> [<portlist>]
VLAN Delete <vidlist>
VLAN Lookup <vidlist>
VLAN Egress [<portlist>] [untagged|tagged]
VLAN PVID [<portlist>] [<vid>|none]
VLAN OnlyTag [<portlist>] [enable|disable]
VLAN Configuration [<portlist>]
Description:
Show the VLAN egress mode, port VLAN ID and accepted frame type for the port and
the permanently stored VLAN table.
[<portlist>]: Port list (default: All ports).
VLAN Add <vidlist> [<portlist>]
Description:
Add VLAN entry and include ports in member set.
<vidlist> : VLAN ID list.
[<portlist>]: Port list (default: All ports).
VLAN Delete <vidlist>
Description:
Delete VLAN entry (all ports excluded from member set).
<vidlist> : VLAN ID list.
VLAN Lookup <vidlist>
Description:
Lookup VLAN entry and show port list.
<vidlist> : VLAN ID list.
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VLAN Egress [<portlist>] [untagged|tagged]
Description:
Set or show the VLAN egress mode setting for the port. Egress untagged ports will
strip the VLAN tag from received frames.
Egress tagged ports will not strip the tag from received frames
[<portlist>]: Port list (default: All ports).
[tagged|untagged]: (default: Show egress tag setting).
VLAN PVID [<portlist>] [<vid>|none]
Description:
Set or show the port VLAN ID. Untagged frames received on the port will be
classified to this VLAN ID. Frames classified to this VLAN ID will be sent
untagged on the port.
[<portlist>]: Port list (default: All ports).
[<vid>|none]: Port VLAN ID, 1-4094 (default: Show PVID).
The 'none' option can be used for trunk links.
VLAN OnlyTag [<portlist>] [enable|disable]
Description:
Set or show the onlytag setting of this port.
[<portlist>]: Port list (default: All ports).
[enable|disable]: Only accept tagged frame or not (default: Show disable).
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Aggregation Commands
Commands at Aggr level:
Aggr Configuration
Aggr Add <portlist>
Aggr Delete <portlist>
Aggr Lookup <portlist>
Aggr Mode [smac|dmac|xor]
Aggr Configuration
Description:
Shows the aggregation groups and the aggregation mode.
Aggr Delete <portlist>
Description:
Delete link aggregation group.
<portlist>: Port list. Aggregations including any of the ports will be deleted.
Aggr Lookup <portlist>
Description:
Look up and display link aggregation group.
<portlist>: Port list. Aggregations including any of the ports will be shown.
Aggr Mode [smac|dmac|xor]
Description:
Set or show link aggregation traffic distribution mode.
[smac|dmac|xor]: Aggregation mode, SMAC, DMAC or XOR (default: Show mode).
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QoS Commands
Commands at QoS level:
QoS Configuration [<portlist>]
QoS Mode [<portlist>] [tag|port|diffserv]
QoS Port [<portlist>] [<class>]
QoS Tagprio [<portlist>] [<tagpriolist>] [<class>]
QoS DiffServ [<dscpno>] [<class>]
<class> range: low|normal|medium|high
QoS Configuration [<portlist>]
Description:
Show the configured QoS mode and the priority setting of all ports.
[<portlist>]: Port list (default: All ports).
QoS Mode [<portlist>] [tag|port|diffserv]
escription:
Set or show the QoS mode for the port.
[<portlist>]
: Port list (default: All ports).
[tag|port|diffserv] : Enable tag, port or IP differentiated services
class of service for the port (default: Show mode).
QoS Port [<portlist>] [<class>]
Description:
Set or show the port class. In tag mode, the default class is used
for untagged frames. In port mode, the default class is used as the port priority. In
diffserv mode, the default class is used for non-IP frames.
[<portlist>]: Port list (default: All ports).
[<class>] : Internal class of service (default: Show default class).
QoS Tagprio [<portlist>] [<tagpriolist>] [<class>]
Description:
Set or show the VLAN user priority mapping.
[<portlist>] : Port list (default: All ports).
[<tagpriolist>]: VLAN user priority list, 0-7 (default: All user priorities).
[<class>]
: Internal class of service (default: Show class).
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QoS DiffServ [<dscpno>] [<class>]
Description:
Set or show the IP Differentiated Services mapping.
[<dscpno>]: IP DSCP number, 0-7.
[<class>] : range: low|normal|medium|high
Mirror Commands
Commands at Mirror level:
Mirror Configuration
Mirror Port [<port>]
Mirror Source [<portlist>] [enable|disable]
Mirror Configuration
Description:
Show the mirror destination port and mirror mode for source ports.
Mirror Port [<port>]
Description:
Set or show the mirror destination port.
[<port>]: Mirror destination port (default: Show mirror port).
Mirror Source [<portlist>] [enable|disable]
Description:
Set or show the source port mirror mode.
[<portlist>]
: Source port list (default: All ports).
[enable|disable]: Enable/disable mirroring of frames received on
port (default: Show mirror mode).
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IP Commands
Commands at IP level:
IP Configuration
IP Setup [<ipaddress> [<ipmask> [<ipgateway>]]] [<vid>]
IP Web management [enable|disable]
IP Configuration
Description:
Show IP configured IP address, mask, gateway, VLAN ID and mode.
IP Setup`
Description:
Setup or show IP configuration.
[<ipaddress>]: IP address. (default: Show IP configuration)
[<ipmask>] : IP subnet mask (default: Subnet mask for address class).
[<ipgateway>]: Default IP gateway, (default: 0.0.0.0).
[<vid>]
: VLAN ID, 1-4094 (default: 1).
IP Web management
Description:
Activate or deactivate the Web management.
[enable|disable]: Enable/disable Web management. (default: Show Web
management).
SNMP Commands
Commands at SNMP level:
SNMP Configuration
SNMP Community [<get>|<set>] [<community>]
SNMP Setup [enable|disable]
SNMP Trap [<IP Address>]
SNMP Configuration
Description:
Show the SNMP configuration.
SNMP Community [<get>|<set>] [<community>]
Description:
Set or show community setting for SNMP
[<get>|<set>]: Community for get or set
[community]: community string
SNMP Setup [enable|disable]
Description:
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Activate or deactivate the SNMP.
[enable|disable]: Enable/disable SNMP (default: Show SNMP mode).
SNMP Trap [<IP Address>]
Description:
Set or show SNMP traps destination.
<IP Address>: IP address to send traps to. (default: Show trap configuration)
Ratelimit Commands
Commands at Ratelimit level:
Ratelimit Configuration
Ratelimit Setup <traffic type > <option>
Ratelimit Egress [<portlist>] [enable|disable] [<rate>]
Ratelimit Ingress[<portlist>] [enable|disable] [<rate>]
[<portlist>]
:Port list (default: All ports).
[enable|disable]
:Enable or disable.
[<rate>] :Set leaky bucket rate in Kbit/s[128/256/512/1024/2048/3072K]
(default: Show rate).
Ratelimit Configuration
Description:
Show the Ratelimit setting.
Ratelimit Setup <traffic type > <option>
Description:
Set or show the ratelimit configuration. The allowed frame rates for
ICMP frames, learn frames, multicasts, broadcasts and flooded unicasts are
controlled using a central ratelimit.
[<traffic type>]
: Ratelimit to set. Can be one of:
[ICMP|Broadcast|Multicast]
(default: Show all).
[enable|disable]
: Enable or disable specified ratelimit.
[<rate>]
: Frame rate in kiloframes
Allowed values are 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k,
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Ratelimit Egress [<portlist>] [enable|disable] [<rate>]
Description:
Set or show the egress configuration.
[<portlist>]
[enable|disable]
[<rate>]
: Port list (default: All ports).
: Enable or disable egress.
: Disable or set leaky bucket rate in Kbit/s
[128/256/512/1024/2048/3072k]
(default: Show egress rate).
Ratelimit Ingress[<portlist>] [enable|disable] [<rate>]
Description:
Set or show the ingress configuration.
[<portlist>]
[enable|disable]
[<rate>]
: Port list (default: All ports).
: Enable or disable ingress.
: Disable or set leaky bucket rate in Kbit/s
[128/256/512/1024/2048/3072k]
(default: Show ingress rate).
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