HP 2524 User's manual

HP 2524 User's manual
Revision 1.3
July 2001
Contents
1.
INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................................................................................1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
2.
CONVENTIONS ...................................................................................................................................................1
ARGUMENT TYPES.............................................................................................................................................1
PRIVILEGE AND CONTEXT LEVELS.....................................................................................................................2
THE COMMAND LINE INTERFACE ......................................................................................................................3
SYSTEM HELP ....................................................................................................................................................3
COMMAND LINE EDITING ..................................................................................................................................4
COMMAND SUMMARY...................................................................................................................................5
2.1 USER EXEC COMMANDS ..................................................................................................................................5
2.2 DIAGNOSTIC COMMANDS ..................................................................................................................................6
2.3 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION................................................................................................................................11
2.3.1
System commands - EXEC level............................................................................................................11
2.3.2
System Configuration commands..........................................................................................................14
2.4 AUTHENTICATION .....................................................................................................................................16
2.4.1
AUTHENTICATION commands - Configuration level.........................................................................16
2.5 TACACS.........................................................................................................................................................17
2.5.1
TACACS commands - EXEC level ........................................................................................................17
2.5.2
TACACS commands - Configuration level ...........................................................................................17
2.6 CDP.................................................................................................................................................................17
2.6.1
CDP commands - EXEC level...............................................................................................................17
2.6.2
CDP commands - Configuration level ..................................................................................................17
2.7 IP STACKING ...................................................................................................................................................18
2.7.1
IP Stacking commands - EXEC level ....................................................................................................18
2.7.2
IP Stacking commands - Configuration level .......................................................................................18
2.8 PORT SETTINGS ...............................................................................................................................................20
2.8.1
Port commands - EXEC level................................................................................................................20
2.8.2
Ethernet Interface Configuration Commands.......................................................................................22
2.9 TRUNK CONFIGURATION .................................................................................................................................23
2.9.1
Trunk commands - EXEC level .............................................................................................................23
2.9.2
Trunk commands - Configuration level ................................................................................................24
2.10
SPANNING TREE ..........................................................................................................................................25
2.10.1 Spanning Tree commands - EXEC level ...............................................................................................25
2.10.2 Spanning Tree commands - Configuration level ..................................................................................26
2.11
IP ................................................................................................................................................................28
2.11.1 IP commands - EXEC level ...................................................................................................................28
2.11.2 IP commands - Configuration level ......................................................................................................31
2.11.3 IP commands - VLAN Interface level....................................................................................................33
2.12
SNMP.........................................................................................................................................................34
2.12.1 SNMP commands - EXEC level ............................................................................................................34
2.12.2 SNMP commands – Configuration Level..............................................................................................35
2.13
VLAN CONFIGURATION.............................................................................................................................36
2.13.1 VLAN commands - EXEC level .............................................................................................................36
2.13.2 VLAN commands – Configuration Level ..............................................................................................36
2.13.3 VLAN Interface commands ...................................................................................................................37
2.14
GVRP .........................................................................................................................................................38
2.14.1 GVRP commands - EXEC level.............................................................................................................38
2.14.2 GVRP commands – Configuration level ...............................................................................................38
2.14.3 Ethernet Interface Configuration commands........................................................................................38
2.15
IGMP..........................................................................................................................................................39
2.15.1 IGMP Commands – EXEC Level .........................................................................................................39
2.15.2 IGMP Configuration commands – Vlan Interface level .......................................................................40
2.16
PORT MONITORING .....................................................................................................................................41
2.16.1 Port Monitoring commands - EXEC level ............................................................................................41
2.16.2 Port Monitoring commands - Configuration level................................................................................41
2.16.3 Port Monitoring commands - VLAN Interface level ............................................................................42
2.16.4 Port Monitoring commands - Ethernet Interface level ........................................................................42
2.17
PORT SECURITY ..........................................................................................................................................42
2.17.1 Port Security commands - EXEC level .................................................................................................42
2.17.2 Port Security commands - Configuration level.....................................................................................43
3.
CONSOLE MENU.............................................................................................................................................45
3.1 STATUS AND COUNTERS ..................................................................................................................................45
3.1.1
General System Information .................................................................................................................46
3.1.2
Management Address Information........................................................................................................46
3.1.3
Module Information ..............................................................................................................................47
3.1.4
Port Status .............................................................................................................................................47
3.1.5
Port Counters ........................................................................................................................................48
3.1.5.1
3.1.6
3.1.7
3.1.8
Port Counters Details.........................................................................................................................................48
Address Table........................................................................................................................................49
Port Address Table................................................................................................................................49
Spanning Tree Information ...................................................................................................................50
3.1.8.1
Spanning Tree Port Information........................................................................................................................50
3.2 CONFIGURATION MENU...................................................................................................................................51
3.2.1
System Information................................................................................................................................52
3.2.2
Port/Trunk Settings ...............................................................................................................................52
3.2.3
Network Monitoring Port......................................................................................................................53
3.2.4
Spanning Tree Operation......................................................................................................................53
3.2.5
IP Configuration ...................................................................................................................................54
3.2.6
SNMP Communities ..............................................................................................................................55
3.2.7
Authorized Managers ............................................................................................................................55
3.2.8
VLAN Menu ...........................................................................................................................................56
3.2.8.1
3.2.8.2
3.2.8.3
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
VLAN Support ..................................................................................................................................................56
VLAN Names....................................................................................................................................................57
VLAN Port Assignment ....................................................................................................................................57
PASSWORD MENU............................................................................................................................................58
EVENT LOG......................................................................................................................................................58
DOWNLOAD SCREEN .......................................................................................................................................59
RUN SETUP ......................................................................................................................................................59
1.
Introduction
This document provides a summary of the commands supported on the HP ProCurve 2524,
2512, and 4108gl switches. It is divided into sections that correspond to different modules or
features of the HP switches. Not all sections will apply to all HP switches since each switch
may only support a subset of the total feature set that is described in this document.
1.1 Conventions
Command descriptions use the following conventions:
 Vertical bars “|” separate alternative, mutually exclusive elements.
 Square brackets “[ ]” indicate optional elements.
 Braces “<>” indicate a required choice.
 Braces within square brackets “[<>]” indicate a required choice within an optional
element.
 Boldface indicates commands and keywords that are entered literally as shown.
 Italics indicates arguments for which you must supply a value.
 If the no form of a command has exactly the same keywords and arguments as the
command, then no appears in square brackets at the beginning of the command.
Otherwise, the no form of the command is described separately.
 If the no form of a command is not explicitly described, then it simply negates the
command. For example, if the command enables a feature, then the no form of the
command would disable it. Also, if the a command was used to add a configuration item,
then the no form of the command would remove it.
1.2 Argument Types
The following argument types are recognized by the CLI and are used in the command
syntax throughout this document:

mac-addr – For example, 0060b0-885a80 or 0060b0:885a80.

ip-addr - IP address in dotted decimal notation. For example, 10.0.16.80

ip-mask - This is syntactically expressed the same way as ip-addr.
 port-number - Devices with fixed port configurations accept port numbers
specified as integers. Modular devices accept port numbers specified with slot
and port number identifiers. For instance, port "A1" indicates Port 1 in Slot A.
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There are three "special" port designations in the switch. You may specify the
monitoring port by using "mp"; you may specify a trunk port by using "trkX",
where X identifies the numerical trunk group.
 port-list - A port list specifies a group of ports for which the operation being
performed should be applied. A port list consists of individual port identifiers or
ranges of ports separated by commas (e.g., A1-B8, C4, D1). This list includes the
"special" port designations described under port-number.

vlan-id - The 802.1Q VLAN identifier.
1.3 Privilege and Context levels
The new CLI will support two privilege levels (operator and manager) and several context
levels. As each context level is entered, the context information is displayed as part of the
command prompt. When a context specific command is executed, the context information
is applied to the particular command. For instance, when you attempt to enter the interface
context level, you must specify a port number (see interface ethernet). Subsequent
commands that affect port behavior (e.g., flow-control) will be applied to the port number
specified when entering the level, so the specified port need not be re-specified on the
command line.
EXEC level
HP 4108GL>
Global configuration level
HP 4108GL(config)
interface config level
HP 4108GL(if-A1)
vlan config level
HP 4108GL(vlan-1)
Figure 1: Command and context levels
When you log onto the switch, you will be placed at the operator EXEC level and the
system will display the following prompt:
HP 4108GL>
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If an operator password has been set (see password in the global configuration section),
then the system would have displayed the following prompt before entering the operator
EXEC level:
Password:
You can enter the manager EXEC level from the operator EXEC level by using the enable
command. If a manager level password has been configured, then you will be prompted for
the manager password after executing the enable command.
1.4 The Command Line Interface
The new CLI will not be case sensitive. As a short cut, you can abbreviate commands and
keywords as long they contain enough letters to be distinguished from any other currently
available commands or keywords.
When the command text exceeds the length of the command line, the current command line
will scroll upwards, yet the cursor will shift to the first character on the last line on the
screen. This is opposed to shifting the command line horizontally each time the command
exceeds the number of characters that can be displayed at one time on the screen.
1.5 System Help
You can enter help or ? at a particular command level to see the commands available at that
level. You can enter a command followed by help or ? in order to get the system to display
the command description for that particular command. The command description would be
similar to what is presented for each command in the Command Reference section of this
document.
In order to see the list of possible word completions or to complete the current word, you
may use the Tab key immediately after the last letter of the last keyword on the command
line. For example, if the system was currently in the global configuration level and you typed
tab immediately after the t in step (1), the system would display the options seen in section
(2) and the system would return to the configuration level prompt with the partially
completed command line seen in (3):
(1)
HP 4108GL(config) t
(2)
trunk
trap
trap-send-authentication
telnet-server
(3)
HP 4108GL(config)t
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If you had already typed in trap- on line (1) and then pressed the tab character, the system
would complete the keyword trap-send-authentication, for it is the only possible
completion for trap-, and display the completed command line as shown below:
1. HP 4108GL(config) trap2. HP 4108GL(config) trap-send-authentication
1.6 Command Line Editing
Before you press return, the current command line can be edited using special keys
including arrows and control characters. The following table describes the supported
command editing keys and their function:
Keystroke
Function
Ctrl-A
Jumps to the first character of the command line.
Ctrl-B; left arrow
Moves the cursor back one character.
Ctrl-C
Escapes and terminates prompts and lengthy tasks.
Ctrl-D
Deletes the character at the cursor.
Ctrl-E
Jumps to the end of the current command line.
Ctrl-F; right arrow
Moves the cursor forward one character.
Ctrl-K
Deletes from the cursor to the end of the command line.
Ctrl-L; Ctrl-R
Repeats current command line on a new line.
Ctrl-N; down arrow
Enters next command line in the history buffer.
Ctrl-P; up arrow
Enters previous command line in the history buffer.
Ctrl-U; Ctrl-X
Deletes from the cursor to the beginning of the command line.
Ctrl-W
Deletes last word typed.
Esc B
Moves the cursor backward one word.
Esc D
Deletes from the cursor to the end of the word.
Esc F
Moves the cursor forward one word.
Delete; Backspace
Erases mistake when entering a command; reenter command after using this
key.
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2.
Command Summary
2.1 User EXEC Commands
enable
Enters the manager EXEC level. If a manager password is set, the system will first
prompt for the password. Echoing is disabled while you enter the password. Initially
there are no passwords for the two levels of users in the system: manager and
operator. When you first connect to the console or telnet into the system, you will be
placed into the Operator EXEC level. At that time, you can enter the above enable
command without a password in order to be granted manager access to the switch
and to be placed into the manager EXEC level. Passwords are set and changed
through the password command at the global configuration level.
configure [terminal]
Used to enter the global configuration level.
end
This command sets the current command or context level to the manager EXEC
level.
exit
This command sets the current command level to the previous command level. At
the operator EXEC level, this command acts the same as logout.
interface [ethernet] <port-list>
Enters the Ethernet interface configuration context for the port-list.
logout
Terminates this console/telnet session.
menu
Used to enter the menu system. For more information, see the Console Menu
section of this document.
setup
Used to setup initial switch configuration.
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[no] page
Toggles the paging mode for display commands so that the “—more –“ will appear
or not appear.
repeat
Repeatedly executes the previous command until a key is pressed.
vlan <vlan-name | vlan-id>
Enters the VLAN interface configuration context for the VLAN.
2.2 Diagnostic Commands
boot [system [flash <primary|secondary>]]
Performs cold reboot of switch.
write terminal
This command displays the running configuration.
write memory
This command saves the running configuration to Flash.
erase startup-config
Deletes the configuration stored in flash so that the switch will reverted to it’s
default configuration upon reboot.
erase flash <primary|secondary>
Deletes the configuration stored in flash so that the switch will reverted to it’s
default configuration upon reboot.
copy tftp <startup-config|flash> <ip-addr> <remote-file>
[primary|secondary]
Retrieves a configuration or OS file on the remote host, and overwrites the switch's
corresponding file with the remote file.
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copy <startup-config|running-config|crash-log|event-log|crash-rec|Command>
tftp <ip-addr> <remote-file>
This command writes the switch's configuration file, crashrec, eventlog or the output
from a command specified by Command to the remote file on the remote host.
show startup-config
Displays the configuration stored in flash.
show running-config
Displays the configuration stored in flash.
show boot-history
Displays the switch shutdown history.
kill
This command kills all other active sessions.
show logging [-a] [<search-text>]
Displays the switch's event log. If -a is specified then entire internal switch log is
displayed. If search-text is specified then only events that contain that text are
displayed.
print <command>
Used to execute a command and captures its output using a terminal emulator. This
command will display “Press RETURN when ready…” to allow the terminal
emulator to be set up to for the capture and “Press RETURN when done…” once
the output is complete.
show history
Displays the current command history.
reload
Performs a warm reboot.
clear arp
To clear the arp cache of all non-permanent entries.
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clear intrusion-log
To clear the intrusion log.
clear statistics [ethernet] <port-list>
To reset counters displayed by the console. If a new console session is initiated, the
counters will revert back to the values maintained by the switch hardware.
telnet <ip-addr>
To initiate a telnet session with another network device.
telnet <0..15>
To initiate a telnet session to a member switch in the stack.
Parameters:

<0..15> specifies the number of the switch to be contacted.
getmib <object-name> [<object-name> …]
Retrieves and displays the MIB object defined by object-name.
walkmib <object-name>
This command shows a group of managed object values.
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setmib <object-name> <type> <value> [<object-name> <type> <value> …]
This command sets the MIB object defined by object-name. The options for the type
parameter are case sensitive as shown below:
-i
Integer
-o
Octet string
-d
Object identifier
-a
IP address (nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn)
-c
Counter
-g
Gauge
-t
Time tick
-u
Unsigned integer
-D
Display string (“value”)
-N
Null
show version
Displays software version information.
show flash
Displays software version information for images in flash.
show tech
Displays switch information needed by HP support for diagnostics.
copy xmodem < startup-config |flash [primary|secondary]>
Retrieves a configuration file using the Xmodem protocol and then writes the
retrieved file to the switch's flash.
copy <startup-config|running-config|crash-log|event-log|crash-rec|Command>
xmodem [ pc | unix ]
Writes either the configuration file, crashrec, eventlog, or the output from a
command specified by command using the Xmodem protocol.
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link-test <mac-addr> [vlan <vlan-id>] [repetitions <1..999>] [timeout <1..256>]
Tests the connection to a MAC station on the LAN by sending a 802.2 test packet to
a specific target node on a network directly attached to a port in that LAN. The
target node must be able to respond to this test packet with an 802.2 Test Response
packet in order for the test to work. The switch produces the following output if the
link test succeeds:
link-test passed
otherwise, the following is displayed:
link-test failed
Parameters:

<mac-addr> - MAC address of the station to send link test to.
 vlan <vlan-id> - Expected VLAN on which the station is expected to be present.
If this argument is not present then the VLAN used is 1.

repetitions <1..9999> - Number of test packets to send; the default value is 1.
 timeout <1..256> - Seconds within which a response is required before the test
is considered as failed; the default value is 5.
ping <ip-addr> [repetitions <1..999>] [timeout <1..256>]
Issues an IP Ping requests to an IP device on the network and the system displays
the following output at the CLI if a response is received from the specified IP
address:
192.32.36.75 is alive, time = 10 ms
If no response is received the system displays the following:
Target did not respond
Parameters:

<ip-addr> - Network IP address of station to send IP Ping to.

repetitions <1..999>- Number of times to send IP Ping; the default value is 1.
 timeout <1..256> - Seconds within which a response is required before the test
is considered as failed; the default value is 5.
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2.3 System Configuration
2.3.1
System commands - EXEC level
show console
Displays the console parameters.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - Console/Serial Link
Inbound Telnet Enabled [Yes] : Yes
Web Agent Enabled [Yes] : Yes
Terminal Type [VT100] : VT100
Screen Refresh Interval (sec) [3] : 3
Displayed Events [All] : All
Baud Rate [Speed Sense] : Speed Sense
Flow Control [XON/XOFF] : XON/XOFF
Connection Inactivity Time (min) [0] : 0
show mac-address [vlan <vlan-id>]
Displays the MAC addresses that the switch has learned from the network devices
attached to the switch, and the port on which each address was learned. If no vlan is
specified, then all MAC addresses that are know to the switch are shown.
Output Format:
Status and Counters - Address Table
MAC Address
-------------
00105a-8abed4
00105a-cac0e8
0060b0-881c00
009004-8e3178
00c0f0-1c65ee
00c0f0-30d74a
080009-3515f9
080009-782368
080009-7b8cc4
080009-919b30
080009-959e2c
Located on Port
--------------1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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show mac-address <port-list>
Displays the MAC addresses that the switch has learned from the network devices
attached to the specified switch port.
Output Format:
Status and Counters - Port Address Table - Port 1
MAC Address
-------------
00105a-8abed4
00105a-cac0e8
009004-8e3178
00c0f0-1c65ee
00c0f0-1c66ea
00c0f0-30d74a
080009-3515f9
080009-782368
080009-7b8cc4
080009-919b30
080009-959e2c
show management
Displays configured addresses that are used to manage the switch.
Output Format:
Status and Counters - Management Address Information
Time Server Address :
MAC Address
IP Address
IPX Network Number
: 0060b0-885a80
: 192.32.36.96
:
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show modules
Displays the modules that are present on the switch.
Output Format:
Status and Counters - Module Information
Slot
Module Type
----
--------------A
Module Description
-------------------------------------------Slot Available
show system-information
Displays the status of and current configuration of all the switch internal resources.
Output Format:
System Information
..System Name
System Contact
System Location
:
:
:
Address Age Interval (min) [5] : 5
Time Zone [0] : 0
Daylight Time Rule [None] : User defined
Beginning month [April] : April Ending month [October] : October Beginning day [1] : 1
Ending day [1]
: 1
Firmware revision
ROM Version
: C.08.XX : C.05.X1 Base MAC Addr
Serial Number
: 0060b0-885a80
: +
Up Time
CPU Util (%)
: 17 hours : 2 Memory
: 7,669,088
: 4,871,840
IP Mgmt
- Pkts Rx : 14,496 Pkts Tx : 9463 - Total
Free
Packet
- Total
Buffers Free
Lowest
Missed
:
:
:
:
462
296
237
0
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2.3.2
System Configuration commands
mac-age-time <1..100000>
Sets the number of seconds a MAC address stays in the switch address table before
being aged out. Aging out occurs if traffic isn't received from that MAC station
within the age interval. The default value is 300.
console [terminal <vt100 | ansi> [screen-refresh <value>] [events <none | all | noninfo | critical | debug>] [baud-rate <value>] [flow-control <xon/xoff | none>]
[inactivity <value>]
Sets the console parameters.
Parameters:
 terminal <vt100 | ansi> - Type of terminal being used (default is vt100).
 screen-refresh <1|3|5|10|20|30|45|60> - Sets the number of seconds before a
refresh is done on the “Status and Counters” screens (default is 3).
 events <none | all | non-info | critical | debug>] – The level of Switch events
displayed in Events Log. all - display all; none - display no events; not-info - display
all events except informational-only; critical - display only critical-level events;
debug (reserved for Internal use only).
 baud-rate <speed-sense | 1200 | 2400 | 4800 | 9600 | 19200 | 38400 | 57600
| 115200>] - Sets the data transmission speed for switch connect sessions initiated
through the Console port. Default is speed-sense.
 flow-control <xon/xoff | none> - Flow Control Method; default is xon-xoff.
 inactivity-timer <0 | 1 | 5 | 10 | 15 | 20 | 30 | 60 | 120> - Sets the number of
minutes of inactivity allowed by the switch before the switch will terminate the
communication session. 0 means never terminate the session; default is 0 .
[no] auto-tftp <ip-addr filename>
Enables/disables automatic OS image download via TFTP.
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time [mm/dd/yy] [hh:mm:ss] [timezone <value>] [daylight-time-rule <value>] [begin-date
<mm/dd> end-date <mm/dd>]
This command display switch's date & time or optionally sets it.
Parameters:
 timezone <-1440..1440> - Sets the number of minutes your location is to the
West(+) or East(-) of GMT (default is 0).
 daylight-time-rule <alaska | none | continental-us-canada | middle-europeand-portugal | southern-hemisphere | western-europe | user-defined> Sets the daylight savings time rule for your location. None (default) means that no
time adjustment will be made.
 begin-date <mm/dd> end-date <mm/dd > - begin-date and end-date are only
valid if the daylight time rule is set to user-defined.
snmp-server [contact <sys-contact>] [location sys-location>]
Sets the switch contact and location for administrative purposes.
Parameters:
 contact <sys-contact> - Up to 48 characters. Name of the switch administrator.
 location <sys-location> - Up to 48 characters. Description of the switch location.
hostname <name-string>
Sets the switch name for administrative purposes.
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[no] telnet-server
Enables remote telnet access to the switch.
[no] web-management
Enables the web browser to interact with the web agent on the switch.
[no] password <operator | manager>
Sets passwords for different classes of users. This command causes the switch to
prompt for a password twice, once for the new password and once to verify it was
typed correctly, and disables echoing while you type the password.
Parameters:

<operator | manager> - Class of user.
2.4 AUTHENTICATION
2.4.1
AUTHENTICATION commands - Configuration level
aaa authentication console <enable|login>
<primary-method> [<backup-method>]
Configures authentication mechanism used to control access to the switch.
aaa authentication telnet <enable|login>
<primary-method> [<backup-method>]
Configures authentication mechanism used to control access to the switch.
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2.5 TACACS
2.5.1
TACACS commands - EXEC level
show tacacs
Displays TACACS configuration.
2.5.2
TACACS commands - Configuration level
[no] tacacs-server host <ip-addr> [key <key-string>]
Configures a TACACS server.
tacacs-server timeout <1-255>
Sets up the TACACS timeout interval in seconds.
2.6 CDP
2.6.1
CDP commands - EXEC level
show cdp [neighbor [port-num] [detail]]
Displays CDP configuration and neigbors discovered.
2.6.2
CDP commands - Configuration level
[no] cdp
Enables/disables CDP on the switch.
cdp timer <5-254>
Sets the CDP transimit interval in seconds.
cdp holdtime <10-255>
Sets the CDP holdtime in seconds.
cdp enable [ethernet] <port-list>
Enables/disables CDP on a particular port.
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2.7 IP Stacking
2.7.1
IP Stacking commands - EXEC level
show stack [candidates | all]
Displays status information for the stacking feature. ‘show stack’ with no arguments
displays the status of this switch’s stack. If the keyword candidates is supplied then
this command displays a list of candidates on the local network segment. If the
keyword all is supplied then this command displays all the member switches of all
stacks on the local network segment and all candidate switches.
2.7.2
IP Stacking commands - Configuration level
[no] stack
Enables/disables the stacking feature. If the stacking features is disabled, then the
switch will reject a join request originating from a command switch.
[no] stack commander <commander-name>
Creates a command switch, and the no form of the command disperses the member
switches from this command switch’s stack, making them available to join another
stack.
[no] stack member <switch-num> mac-address <mac-addr> [password <password-str>]
Configures the candidate switch identified by the MAC address to be a member for
this switch’s stack. The no form of the command removes the switch identified by
switch-num from the stack
Parameters:
 <switch-num> - A number between 1 and 15 to uniquely identify each switch; a
switch-num of zero always belongs to the command switch.
 password <password-str> - is the manager password configured on the candidate
switch. If the candidate switch does not have a manager password then none
should be supplied.
[no] stack join <mac-addr>
Causes a candidate switch to join the stack whose command switch is identified by
mac-addr. The no form of the command causes the member switch to leave its
current stack.
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[no] stack auto-join
Causes the switch to advertise, via the discovery protocol, that it wants to
automatically join any stack operating on the local LAN segment. Switches with
passwords will not auto-join.
[no] stack auto-grab
Enables/disables auto-grab mode for stacking on the command switch. If enabled,
the command switch will attempt to grab new candidate switches and make them
members of the stack.
stack transmission-interval <n>
Sets the transmission interval for stacking.
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2.8 Port Settings
2.8.1
Port commands - EXEC level
show interfaces config
Displays the basic configuration of the switch ports.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - Port Settings
Port
----
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Enabled
------Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mode
-----------Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Flow Ctrl
--------Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Bcast Limit
----------0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
show statistics
Displays a summary of the network traffic handled by the switch.
Output Format:
Status and Counters - Port Counters
Port
---1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Total Bytes
------------83,612,741
0
0
0
0
0
0
15,080
0
0
0
Total Frames
------------446,524
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
Errors Rx
------------3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Drops Tx
------------0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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show statistics <port-number>
Displays the network traffic statistics for the specified port.
Output Format:
Status and Counters - Port Counters - Port 1
Link Status
: Up
Bytes Rx
Unicast Rx
Bcast/Mcast Rx
: 83,290,873
: 395,490
: 40,161
Bytes Tx
Unicast Tx
Bcast/Mcast Tx
: 1,234,430
: 14,995
: 180
FCS Rx
Alignment Rx
Runts Rx
Giants Rx
Total Rx Errors
:
:
:
:
:
Drops Tx
Collisions Tx
Late Colln Tx
Excessive Colln
Deferred Tx
:
:
:
:
:
3
1
0
0
4
0
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0
0
17
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show interfaces
Displays the status and current configuration of all the switch ports.
Output Format:
Status and Counters - Port Status
Port
----
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
Intrusion
Alert
--------No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Enabled
------Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Status
-----Up
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Mode
----------
Flow
Ctrl
---------
Bcast
Limit
-----0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2.8.2 Ethernet Interface Configuration Commands
To enter the Ethernet Interface Configuration level, use the Interface command described
above. Note that a port-list may be used to configure these options on more than one port
and that any of the following commands can be appended to the Interface command to
simply change the configuration. For example:
HP 4108GL(config)# interface ethernet A1,A3 disable
broadcast-limit <0..99>
Sets the theoretical maximum of network bandwidth in percentage that can be used
for broadcast traffic. Any broadcast traffic exceeding that limit will dropped. 0 means
the feature is disabled.
disable
Disables the port.
enable
Enables the port.
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[no] flow-control
Enables or disables flow control on the port.
Note: Full-duplex ports only.
speed-duplex <10-full | 10-half | 100-full | 100-half | 1000-full | 10-auto | auto>
Sets the mode of operation for the port.
[no] lacp [active|passive]
enables or disables LACP on the port.
2.9 Trunk Configuration
2.9.1
Trunk commands - EXEC level
show trunks [<port-list>]
Displays trunks that are configured on the system. This does not include dynamic
trunks that have been formed by LACP.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - Trunks
Port
----
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Group
-----
Type
--------
Trk1
Trk1
FEC
FEC
Trk2
Trk2
Trunk
Trunk
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Port
---9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
Group
+ ----|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Type
--------
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show lacp
Displays LACP status information.
Output Format:
LACP
P0RT
NUMB
----
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2.9.2
LACP
ENABLED
-------Active
Passive
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
TRUNK
GROUP
----Dyn1
Trk1
Dyn1
PORT
STATUS
-------Up
Down
Blocked
Disabled
Up
Standby
Up
Up
LACP
PARTNER
--------Yes
No
No
LACP
STATUS
--------Success
Failure
Failure
Yes
Success
Trunk commands - Configuration level
[no] trunk <trk1..trk24 > [trunk | fec | lacp] <port list>
This command configures each port in the switch to either be a Trunked, SA Only
Trunked, FEC Trunked port, or a regular singular port.
For Trunks: All ports in a Trunked group, 1 to 4 ports maximum, must have the same
port type.
General Considerations: (1) To avoid broadcast storms, or loops in your network
while configuring trunks, first disable or disconnect all the ports you wish to add or
remove from both sides of the trunk. Once done configuring the trunk, enable or reconnect the ports. (2) If you have multiple groups of the same or different types and/or
singular connections between two switches, you have created a loop in the network. You
must enable Spanning Tree on both switches to avoid a broadcast storm or other
network problems. See the Switch Management and Configuration Guide for more
information.
Parameters:
 <trk1..trk24 |none> - Determines the group that a port is configured to be a
member of: trkX indicates a general group of trunked ports; none indicates that the
associated port is a singular independent port (i.e., not part of a trunk).
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 [type <trunk | fec | lacp>] - Determines the method by which the switch
distributes the traffic load across the multiple links in the trunk group: trunk - uses
source and destination MAC addresses for load distribution (select this to connect to
devices such as the HP Switch 2000 or the Sun Trunk Server); fec - uses an
automatic protocol for load distribution (select this to connect to devices that
support Cisco's Fast EtherChannel trunking).
2.10Spanning Tree
2.10.1 Spanning Tree commands - EXEC level
show spanning-tree config
Displays spanning tree configuration information.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - Spanning Tree Operation
Spanning Tree Enabled [No] : No
STP Priority [32768] : 32768
Max Age [20] : 20 Port
----
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Cost
----10
10
10
10
10
10
10
Pri
--128
128
128
128
128
128
128
Mode
---Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Hello Time [2] : 2
Forward Delay [15] : 15
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Port
---9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Cost
----10
10
10
10
10
10
10
Pri
--128
128
128
128
128
128
128
Mode
---Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
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show spanning-tree
Displays bridge-level spanning tree information.
Output Format:
Status and Counters - Spanning Tree Information
STP Enabled
Switch Priority
Hello Time
Max Age
Forward Delay
:
:
:
:
:
Yes
32,768
2
20
15
Topology Change Count : 1
Time Since Last Change : 4 mins
Root
Root
Root
Root
Port
----
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
MAC Address
Path Cost
Port
Priority
:
:
:
:
0060b0-885a80
0
This switch is root
32768
Type
Cost
Priority
-------- ----- -------10/100TX
10
128
10/100TX
10
128
10/100TX
10
128
10/100TX
10
128
10/100TX
10
128
10/100TX
10
128
10/100TX
10
128
10/100TX
10
128
10/100TX
10
128
10/100TX
10
128
10/100TX
10
128
State
Designated Bridge
---------- ----------------Forwarding 0060b0-885a80
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
2.10.2 Spanning Tree commands - Configuration level
[no] spanning-tree
Enables or disables spanning tree on the device.
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spanning-tree [forward-delay <seconds>]
[hello-time <seconds>]
[maximum-age <seconds>]
[priority <0..65535>]
spanning-tree <[ethernet] port-list> [path-cost <1..65535>]
[priority <0..255>]
[mode <norm|fast>]
This command configures the parameters for operation of the switch in a spanning
tree topology. Note - the default spanning tree configuration complies with the
IEEE 802.1D standard recommended values and should not be changed without
thorough knowledge of spanning tree operation. Note: As per IEEE 802.1Q
Standard, this switch implements a single instance of Spanning Tree operating over
all VLANs.
Parameters:
 path-cost <port-list><1..65535> - Individual port cost used to determine which
ports are forwarding ports. The defaults is 100 for 10 Mbps ports, 10 for
10/100TX and 100FX ports, and 5 for 100/1000TX and 1Gbps ports.
 priority <port-list><0..255> - Another value used by spanning tree to the
forwarding ports. The port with the lowest number has the highest priority. The
default is 128.
 mode <port-list> [norm | fast] (default: norm) - norm (for normal) mode causes
the port to operate according to the standard Spanning Tree Protocol - when
connected, the port progresses through the Listening, Learning, and either
Blocking or Forwarding states. fast mode causes the port to immediately
operate in the Forwarding State when a device is connected to it. Use this setting
only on ports that are connected to end nodes (for example: PCs, Workstation,
or printers). Caution: Changing the Mode to fast on ports connected to a hub or
switch may cause loops in your network that STP may not be able to detect, in
all cases.
 forward-delay <seconds> - Time the switch waits between transition from
listening to learning and from learning to forwarding states. The range is 4 to 30.
The default is 15.
 hello-time <seconds> - Time (in seconds) between messages transmitted when
the switch is root. The range is 1 to 10. The default is 2.
 maximum-age <seconds> - Maximum message age (in seconds) of received
STP information before it is discarded. The range is 6 to 40. The default is 20.
 priority <0..65535> - Switch (or bridge) priority used along with the switch
MAC address to determine which device is the root. The default is 32768.
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2.11 IP
2.11.1
IP commands - EXEC level
show ip
Displays the IP configuration on the switch.
Output Format
There are two different IP configuration screens. The first is displayed when no
vlans are configured on the switch; the second is displayed when vlans are
configured.
Switch Configuration - Internet (IP) Service
Default Gateway: 192.32.36.1
TimeP Config [DHCP]: DHCP
TimeP Poll Interval (min) [720]: 720
IP Config [DHCP/Bootp] : DHCP/Bootp
IP Address : 192.32.36.96
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.192
Switch Configuration - Internet (IP) Service
Default Gateway: 192.32.36.1
TimeP Config [DHCP]: DHCP
TimeP Poll Interval (min) [720]: 720
VLAN
IP Config
IP Address
------------ + ----------
--------------DEFAULT_VLAN | Manual
192.32.36.91
vlan2
| DHCP/Bootp
Subnet Mask
--------------255.255.255.192
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show ip authorized-managers
Displays the current configuration's IP managers access records.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - IP Managers
Authorized Manager IP
IP Mask
----------------------
-------------------192.32.36.78
255.255.255.255
Access Level
--------------------Manager
show arp
Displays the ARP cache of the switch.
Output Format
ARP Cache
IP Address
MAC Address
--------------
------------192.32.36.78
080009-012345
VLAN
----------orange-lan
show ip route
Displays active IP route entries used by the switch.
Output Format
IP Route Entries
Network Addr
Network Mask
--------------
------------192.32.36.0
255.255.255.0
Gateway
----------192.32.36.1
Port
---A1
Cost
---1
Type
---R
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show timp
Displays active Timep configuration.
Output Format
Timep Configuration
Time Sync Mode: Timep
TimeP Mode [Disabled] : Manual
Poll Interval (min) [720] : 600
Server Address : 15.29.16.105
show sntp
Displays active SNTP configuration.
Output Format
SNTP Configuration
Time Sync Mode: Timep
SNTP Mode [Disabled] : Disabled
Poll Interval (min) [720] : 600
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2.11.2 IP commands - Configuration level
[no] ip authorized-managers <ip-addr>
[mask <ip-mask>]
[operator | manager]
Sets the IP addresses you will allow to access the switch’s Web browser interface, to
telnet to the switch console, and to perform TFTP operations. A maximum of 10
addresses is supported.
Parameters:

<ip-addr> - The IP address of an authorized manager.
 mask <ip-mask> - The default mask is 255.255.255.255. A mask that allows you
to define which portions of the listed IP address need to be matched by an
incoming request. For example, with an authorized address of 10.8.11.1 and a
mask of 255.255.255.255, only access from 10.8.11.1 is allowed. With a mask of
255.255.255.0, access from any IP address with 10.8.11.x is allowed.
 <operator | manager> - The default access level is manager. A designation of
the management capabilities that are accessible to the authorized manager.
manager allows full access to all web browser and the CLI for viewing and
setting the switch configuration, and for performing all other interface
operations, including all TFTP operations. operator allows view-only access
from the web browser and the CLI, but does not allow changing the switch
configuration or any TFTP operations.
[no] timesync <timep | sntp >
Configures the network time protocol to be used by the switch.
[no] timep <dhcp | manual <ip-addr>> [interval <1..9999>]
Configures Timep on the switch.
Parameters:
 <dhcp | manual> - The method the switch uses to acquire the Timep server
address: dhcp - from a DHCP server; manual - you manually enter the Timep
server address; disable - the switch will not attempt to get its time from a Timep
server.
 interval <1..9999> (default is 720) How often (in minutes) the switch tries to
get the current time.
 <ip-addr> - The IP address of the Timep server that the switch gets the current
time from.
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[no] sntp < server <ip-addr> [version]> [poll-interval <30-720>]
Configures SNTP on the switch.
ip default-gateway <ip-addr>
Assigns an IP address to be used as the default gateway when the switch is not in
routing mode.
ip route <<ip-addr>/<1..32> | <ip-addr> <ip-mask>> <ip-addr>
Used to configure a static IP route for the switch.
ip ttl <value>
Sets the maximum time that a packet will live on the network.
[no] arp <ip-addr> [mac-addr]
Used to modify the arp cache.
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2.11.3 IP commands - VLAN Interface level
[no] ip address <dhcp-bootp | <<ip-addr>/<1..32> |
<ip-addr> <ip-mask>] [secondary]>
This command configures the IP address for the switch. Note, by default this
command uses a VLAN identifier of one. Although this command is duplicated at
the VLAN context level, it is defined here for those customers who do not want to
be exposed to VLAN distinctions.
Parameters:
 dhcp-bootp - The method the switch uses to acquire its IP Service configuration:
dhcp-bootp - the switch attempts to get its IP configuration, or its complete
configuration, from a DHCP/Bootp server, depending on how the server is
configured. If the 'address' is specified at the command line then the interface uses
a 'manual' method in which the IP address and subnet mask are explicitly specified.
If the modal operation 'no' is specified for the interface then the interface becomes
disabled and all IP communication with the switch ceases. This includes SNMP,
management, Web browser access, and telnet access.
 <ip-addr>/<1..32> - IP address for the switch (or VLAN) IP interface. <1..32> is
the number of bits present in the subnet mask used by all devices in the IP subnet
being configured.
 <ip-addr> <ip-mask> - This is an alternative syntax for specifying the IP address
and subnet mask described above.
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2.12SNMP
2.12.1 SNMP commands - EXEC level
show snmp-server
Displays the SNMP communities which may be used to access the switch along with
the network management stations configured to receive SNMP traps.
Output Format:
SNMP Server
Community Name MIB View
--------------
-------public
Manager
Write Access
------------Unrestricted
Send Authentication Traps [No] : No
Address
Community
----------------------
---------------192.32.36.78
public
Events Sent in Trap
------------------None
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2.12.2 SNMP commands – Configuration Level
[no] snmp-server community <community-name>
[manager | operator]
[restricted | unrestricted]
Used to configure a new SNMP community or to edit the configuration for an
existing one
Parameters:

<community-name> - Enter (up to 16 characters) the SNMP community name.
 [manager | operator] - Manager - the community can access all MIB objects;
Operator - the community can access all except the CONFIG MIB.
 [restricted | unrestricted] - Unrestricted - any MIB variable that has read/write
access can be set; Restricted - MIB variables cannot be set, only read.
[no] snmp-server host <ip-addr> <community-name> [none | all | non-info | critical |
debug]
Configures which network management stations will receive SNMP event log
messages from the switch and the types of events for which the switch will send
these messages.
Parameters:

<ip-addr> - Address of the network management station.
 <community-name> - The name of the SNMP community to which the network
management station belongs.
 [none | all | non-info | critical | debug] - The level of Switch events that will
generate a Trap to be sent: None - send no log message; All - send all log
messages; Not INFO - send each log message that is not informational-only;
Critical - send critical-level log messages; Debug (reserved for Internal use).
[no] snmp-server enable traps authentication
Enables authentication traps to be sent when a management station attempts an
unauthorized access.
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2.13VLAN Configuration
2.13.1 VLAN commands - EXEC level
show vlans
Displays the current VLANs.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - VLAN Information
VLAN Support [No] : Yes
Maximum VLANs to support [8] : 8
Primary VLAN: DEFAULT_VALN
802.1Q VLAN ID Name Type
--------------
------------ -----1
DEFAULT_VLAN Static
Status
-----Up
show vlans <vlan-id>
Displays which ports are assigned to particular VLANs.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - VLAN - VLAN Port Assignment
Port
---1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
DEFAULT_VLAN
-----------Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
vlan2
-----------No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Port
---9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
DEFAULT_VLAN
------------
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
vlan2
-----------No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
2.13.2 VLAN commands – Configuration Level
max-vlans <1..256>
Sets the maximum number of VLANs on the system. The default value is 8.
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primary-vlan <vlan-id>
Sets the primary VLAN used for network management.
[no] vlan <vlan-id>
Creates a new VLAN or changes the system context to the VLAN configuration
level. Note that vlan-name can be substituted for the vlan-id when using this command.
static-vlan <vlan-id>
Creates a new static VLAN from one which has been dynamically created by GVRP.
[no] vlan-support
Enables VLAN support on the switch.
2.13.3 VLAN Interface commands
To enter the VLAN Interface Configuration level, use the vlan command described above.
Note that any of the following commands can be appended to the vlan command to simply
change the configuration. For example:
HP 4108GL(config)# add vlan 2 name orange-lan
name <vlan-name>
Changes the current VLAN identifier’s name.
[no] tagged <port-list>
Assigns ports to current VLAN identifier as tagged.
[no] untagged <port-list>
Assigns ports to current VLAN identifier as untagged.
[no] forbid <port-list>
Forbids the ports from ever becoming a member of the current VLAN.
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auto <port-list>
Causes each port identified in the port-list to learn their VLAN membership using
the Group VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP). This command is only valid when
GVRP is enabled.
2.14GVRP
2.14.1 GVRP commands - EXEC level
show gvrp
Displays the current VLANs.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - GVRP Information
GVRP Enabled [No] : Yes
Port
---A1
A2
A3
A4
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
|
+
|
|
|
|
Unknown VLAN
------------
Learn
Learn
Learn
Learn
2.14.2 GVRP commands – Configuration level
[no] gvrp
Enables the Group VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP) on the switch.
2.14.3 Ethernet Interface Configuration commands
unknown-vlans <learn | block |disable>
Defines what the port will do when it encounters GVRP packet requested it to join a
VLAN. If learn is specified then the port will join the advertised VLAN and
propagate a VLAN join requests through all other forwarding ports that are
participating in GVRP. If block is specified then the port will not join the advertised
VLAN and will not propagate any VLAN joins for the advertised VLAN.
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2.15 IGMP
2.15.1 IGMP Commands – EXEC Level
show ip igmp [vlan-id] config
Displays IGMP configuration information.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - IGMP Service
IGMP Enabled [No] : No
Forward with High Priority [No] : No
Port
---3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
IP Mcast
-------Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Port
---11
12
13
14
15
16
Mesh
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
Mesh
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
IP Mcast
-------Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
show ip igmp [<vlan-id> | group <group-address>]
When IGMP is enabled, this command shows a summary of the IGMP status for all
the IP Multicast groups used by the selected VLAN. If the feature is not enabled,
then this command displays “IGMP not enabled”.
Output Format:
Status and Counters - IP Multicast (IGMP) Status
Active Group Addresses Reports
----------------------
-------
Queries
-------
Querier Access Port
----------------------
Active Group Address :
Port
Type
----
--------
Access -----------
Age timer
---------
Leave timer
-----------
Age timer
---------
Leave timer
-----------
Active Group Address :
Port
Type
----
--------
Access -----------
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2.15.2 IGMP Configuration commands – Vlan Interface level
[no] ip igmp
Enables the IP Multicast (IGMP) feature for IGMP communication between
Multicast Routers, Multicast Servers, and Multicast Clients connected to the switch
or selected VLAN.
[no] ip igmp high-priority-forward
Determines whether the switch forwards all IP Multicast traffic at high priority.
[no] ip igmp querier
Determines whether the switch is querier or not.
ip igmp <auto|block|forward> <port-list>
Instructs the switch's IGMP feature to control the action taken with an IGMP
frame.
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2.16Port Monitoring
2.16.1 Port Monitoring commands - EXEC level
show mirror-port
Displays the configuration of the monitoring port.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - Network Monitoring Port
Monitoring Enabled [No] : Yes
Monitoring Port : 3
Monitor : Ports
Port
---3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
Action
+ ------|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Port
---11
12
13
14
15
16
Mesh
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
Mesh
Action
+ ------|
|
|
|
|
|
|
2.16.2 Port Monitoring commands - Configuration level
[no] mirror-port [<port-num>]
This command defines the switch port that will be used as the Monitoring Port for
diagnostic purposes. The switch ports that will be monitored are defined through the
monitor command at the Ethernet Interface Configuration Level. All the network
traffic seen by the monitored ports is copied to the Monitoring Port to which a
network analyzer can be attached.
Note: When monitoring multiple ports in a busy network, some frames may not be
copied to the monitoring port.
Parameters:
 port-num - Port that will be acting as the monitoring port. A configured trunk port
cannot be used.
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2.16.3 Port Monitoring commands - VLAN Interface level
[no] monitor
Used to enable/disable monitoring of the VLAN.
2.16.4 Port Monitoring commands - Ethernet Interface level
[no] monitor
Used to enable/disable monitoring of the port.
2.17Port Security
2.17.1 Port Security commands - EXEC level
show port-security
Displays the per-port security configuration for the switch.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - Port Security
Port
-----3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Learn Mode
---------Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Continuous
Action
-------------------None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
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show port-security [ethernet] <port-list>
Displays the port security configuration for an individual port.
Output Format:
Switch Configuration - Port Security
Port : 3
Learn Mode [Continuous] : Continuous
Action [None] : None
show port-security intrusion-log
Displays information on any port security intrusions that have occurred on the
switch.
Output Format:
Status and Counters – Intrusion Log
Port
MAC Address
----
-------------
Date / Time
--------------------------
2.17.2 Port Security commands - Configuration level
port-security <port-list>
[learn-mode < continuous | static >]
[address-limit <1..8>]
[action <none | send-alarm | send-disable>]
[no] port-security <port-list>
[mac-address <mac-addr>]
This command configures port security on the switch.
Parameters:
 learn-mode - If continuous is selected, the switch learns any new address from
packets received on the port. If static is selected, up to the number of addresses
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defined by the "address-limit" parameter are learned or entered for the port.
These addresses are static; they are not aged out.
 addr-limit <1..8> - This parameter is valid only if static is selected for the
learn-mode. This parameter defines the number of network devices that are
authorized to communicate through the switch port. Up to 8 devices can be
authorized for any port.
 addr-list <mac-addr> - This parameter is valid only if static is selected for the
learn-mode. If you enter no authorized addresses, the switch will learn and
configure authorized addresses as it detects them on the port, up to the addresslimit number of addresses, and make these the static authorized addresses for the
port. If you enter fewer addresses than the Address Limit, the switch will learn
the additional addresses up to the address-limit. If you enter more addresses than
the address-limit, an error message is displayed when you attempt to Save the
configuration.
 action - Indicates the action the switch will take if an intruder is detected on the
port.
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3.
Console Menu
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Main Menu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
0.
Status and Counters...
Switch Configuration...
Console Passwords…
Event Log
Command Line (CLI)
Reboot Switch
Download OS
Run Setup
Logout
Provides the menu to display configuration, status, and counters.
To select menu item, press item number, or highlight item and press <Enter>.
3.1 Status and Counters
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters Menu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
0.
General System Information
Switch Management Address Information
Module Information
Port Status
Port Counters
Address Table
Port Address Table
Spanning Tree Information
Return to Main Menu...
Displays switch management information including software versions.
To select menu item, press item number, or highlight item and press <Enter>.
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3.1.1
General System Information
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters - General System Information
System Contact
System Location
:
:
Firmware revision
ROM Version
: E.08.XX
: E.05.X1
Base MAC Addr
Serial Number
: 0060b0-882200
:
Up Time
CPU Util (%)
: 40 mins
: 1
Memory
: 5,803,088
: 2,230,032
IP Mgmt
Actions->
- Pkts Rx : 11
Pkts Tx : 0
Back
- Total
Free
Packet
- Total
Buffers Free
Lowest
Missed
:
:
:
:
438
272
199
0
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use arrow keys to change action selection and <Enter> to execute action.
3.1.2
Management Address Information
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters - Management Address Information
Time Server Address :
MAC Address
IP Address
IPX Network Number
Actions->
Back
: 0060b0-882200
: 10.0.8.105
:
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use arrow keys to change action selection and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.1.3
Module Information
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters - Module Information
Slot
Module Type
----
--------------A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Actions->
Back
Module Description
--------------------------------------------Slot Available
Slot Available
Slot Available
Slot Available
Slot Available
Slot Available
Slot Available
Slot Available
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to scroll to other entries, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
3.1.4
Port Status
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters - Port Status
Port
----
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Type -------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
Actions->
Back
Intrusion
Alert
--------No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Enabled
------Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Intrusion log
Status
-----Up
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Mode
---------100HDx
10HDx
10HDx
10HDx
10HDx
10HDx
10HDx
10HDx
10HDx
10HDx
Flow
Ctrl
--------off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
Bcast
Limit
-----0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to scroll to other entries, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.1.5
Port Counters
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters - Port Counters
Port
Total Bytes
----
------------1
16,448
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0
10
0
11
0
Actions->
Back
Total Frames
------------217
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Show details
Errors Rx
------------0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reset
Drops Tx
------------0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to scroll to other entries, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
3.1.5.1 Port Counters Details
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters - Port Counters - Port 1
Link Status
: Up
Bytes Rx
Unicast Rx
Bcast/Mcast Rx
: 16,088
: 88
: 124
Bytes Tx
Unicast Tx
Bcast/Mcast Tx
: 360
: 4
: 1
FCS Rx
Alignment Rx
Runts Rx
Giants Rx
Total Rx Errors
:
:
:
:
:
Drops Tx
Collisions Tx
Late Colln Tx
Excessive Colln
Deferred Tx
:
:
:
:
:
Actions->
Back
0
0
0
0
0
Reset
0
0
0
0
0
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use arrow keys to change action selection and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.1.6
Address Table
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters - Address Table – VLAN ID 23
MAC Address
-------------
0060b0-e26440
080009-092851
080009-76ac55
080009-97aad2
Actions->
Located on Port
--------------1
1
1
1
Back
Search
Next page
Prev page
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to scroll to other entries, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
3.1.7
Port Address Table
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters - Port Address Table - Port A1
MAC Address
-------------
0060b0-e26440
080009-092851
080009-76ac55
080009-97aad2
Actions->
Back
Search
Next page
Prev page
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to scroll to other entries, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.1.8
Spanning Tree Information
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters - Spanning Tree Information
STP Enabled
Switch Priority
Hello Time
Max Age
Forward Delay
:
:
:
:
:
Yes
32,768
2
20
15
Topology Change Count : 1
Time Since Last Change : 4 mins
Root
Root
Root
Root
MAC Address
Path Cost
Port
Priority
Actions->
Back
:
:
:
:
0060b0-885a80
0
This switch is root
32768
Show ports
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use arrow keys to change action selection and <Enter> to execute action.
3.1.8.1 Spanning Tree Port Information
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Status and Counters - Spanning Tree - Port Information
Port
----
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Type
------------
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
Actions->
Back
Cost
-----
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
Priority
--------
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
State
----------
Forwarding
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Designated Bridge
-----------------
0060b0-885a80
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to scroll to other entries, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.2 Configuration Menu
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration Menu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
0.
System Information
Port/Trunk Settings
Network Monitoring Port
Spanning Tree Operation
IP Configuration
SNMP Community Names
Authorized Managers
VLAN Menu...
Return to Main Menu...
Configures system-level information including system identification.
To select menu item, press item number, or highlight item and press <Enter>.
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3.2.1
System Information
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration - System Information
System Name : DEFAULT_CONFIG
System Contact :
System Location :
Inactivity Timeout (min) [0] : 0 Inbound Telnet Enabled [Yes] : Yes Address Age Interval (min) [5] : 5
Web Agent Enabled [Yes] : Yes
Time Zone [0] : 0
Daylight Time Rule [None] : None
Actions->
Cancel
Edit
Save Help
Cancel changes and return to previous screen.
Use arrow keys to change action selection and <Enter> to execute action.
3.2.2
Port/Trunk Settings
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration – Port/Trunk Settings
Port
---A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
Actions->
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
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Enabled
-------
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Cancel
Mode
---------Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Edit
Save
Flow Ctrl
--------Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Group
----------Dyn
Dyn
Trk1
Trk1
Trk2
Trk2
Dyn
Trk2
MESH
MESH
Type
---------LACP
LACP
Trunk
Trunk
FEC
FEC
LACP
FEC
Help
Cancel changes and return to previous screen.
Use arrow keys to change action selection and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.2.3
Network Monitoring Port
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration – Network Monitoring Port
Monitoring Enabled [No] : Yes
Monitoring Port : A1
Monitor : Ports
Port
---A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
Actions->
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
Action -------
Cancel
Port Type
Action
---- -------- + -------
A7 10/100TX |
A8 10/100TX |
B1 10/100TX |
B2 10/100TX |
B3 10/100TX |
B4 10/100TX |
Edit
Save Help
Cancel changes and return to previous screen.
Use arrow keys to change action selection and <Enter> to execute action.
3.2.4
Spanning Tree Operation
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration – Spanning Tree Operation
Spanning Tree Enabled [No] : No
STP Priority [32768] : 32768 Max Age [20] : 20 Port
---A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
Type
-------10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
10/100TX
Actions->
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Cost -----
10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 Cancel
Pri
--128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
Edit
Hello Time [2] : 2
Forward Delay [15] : 15
Mode
---Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Norm
Save
Help
Cancel changes and return to previous screen.
Use arrow keys to change action selection and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.2.5
IP Configuration
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration - Internet (IP) Service
Default Gateway : 10.0.8.1
Time Protocol Config [DHCP] : DHCP
TimeP Poll Interval (min) [720] : 720
IP Config [DHCP/Bootp] : Manual
IP Address : 10.0.8.105
Subnet Mask : 255.255.248.0
Actions->
Cancel
Edit
Save
Help
Cancel changes and return to previous screen.
Use arrow keys to change action selection and <Enter> to execute action.
With multiple Vlans configured:
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration - Internet (IP) Service
Default Gateway : 10.0.8.1
Time Protocol Config [DHCP] : DHCP
TimeP Poll Interval (min) [720] : 720
VLAN
IP Config
Ip Address
----------- + ---------
-----------Orange Lan | Manual
10.0.8.105
Yellow Lan | Disabled
Actions->
Cancel
Edit
Save
Subnet Mask
--------------255.255.248.0
Help
Cancel changes and return to previous screen.
Use arrow keys to change action selection and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.2.6
SNMP Communities
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration - SNMP Communities
Community Name
MIB View
----------------
-------public
Manager
Actions->
Back
Add
Write Access
-----------Unrestricted
Edit
Delete
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to change record selection, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
3.2.7
Authorized Managers
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration – Authorized Managers
Authorized Manager
IP Mask
--------------------
--------------15.29.16.80
255.255.255.255
Actions->
Back
Add
Edit
Access Level
-----------Manager
Delete
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to change record selection, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.2.8
VLAN Menu
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration - VLAN Menu
1.
2.
3.
4.
0.
VLAN Support
VLAN Names
VLAN Port Assignment
Return to Previous Menu...
Return to Main Menu...
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to change record selection, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
3.2.8.1 VLAN Support
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration - VLAN Support
Activate VLANs [No] : Yes
Maximum Vlnas to support [8] : 8
Primary VLAN : DEFAULT_VLAN
GVRP Enabled [No] : No
Actions->
Back
Add
Edit
Delete
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to change record selection, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.2.8.2 VLAN Names
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration - VLAN Names
Name
802.1Q VLAN ID
------------
-------------DEFAULT_VLAN 1
Actions->
Back
Add
Edit
Delete
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow keys to change record selection, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
3.2.8.3 VLAN Port Assignment
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Configuration - VLAN Port Assignment
Port
---A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
DEFAULT_VLAN
-----------Tagged Tagged Tagged Tagged Tagged Tagged Tagged Tagged Tagged Tagged Tagged Tagged Actions->
Cancel
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Port
---E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9
E10
E11
E12
Edit
+
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
DEFAULT_VLAN
------------
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Untagged
Save
Help
Use arrow keys to change field selection, <Space> to toggle field choices,
and <Enter> to go to Actions.
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3.3 Password Menu
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Set Password Menu
1.
2.
3.
4.
0.
Set Operator Password
Set Manager Password
Delete Password Protection
Return to Previous Menu...
Return to Main Menu...
Prompts you to enter an Operator-level password.
To select menu item, press item number, or highlight item and press <Enter>.
3.4 Event Log
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
M 01/01/90 00:00:07 sys: 'System reboot due to Power Failure'
I 01/01/90 00:00:07 system: --------------------------------------------------
I 01/01/90 00:00:07 system: System went down without saving crash information
I 01/01/90 00:00:29 timep: timep client enabled
I 01/01/90 00:00:29 garp: GARP Protocol enabled
I 01/01/90 00:00:31 tftp: Enable succeeded
I 01/01/90 00:00:31 system: System Booted.
I 01/01/90 00:00:37 ports: port 1 is now on-line
I 01/01/90 00:00:37 ip: network enabled on 10.0.8.105
I 01/01/90 00:39:55 mgr: SME CONSOLE Session - MANAGER Mode established
----
Log events stored in memory 1-13.
Actions->
Back
Next page
Log events on screen 1-13.
Prev page
End
Help
Return to previous screen.
Use up/down arrow scroll log one line, left/right arrow keys to
change action selection, and <Enter> to execute action.
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3.5 Download Screen
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx 01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Download OS
Current Firmware revision : E.08.XX
Method [TFTP] : TFTP
TFTP Server :
Remote File Name :
Actions->
Cancel
Edit
eXecute
Help
Select the file transfer method (TFTP and XMODEM are currently supported).
Use arrow keys to change field selection, <Space> to toggle field choices,
and <Enter> to go to Actions.
3.6 Run Setup
HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
01-Apr-2000
==========================- CONSOLE - MANAGER MODE -============================
Switch Setup
System Name : HP ProCurve Switch xxxxx
System Contact :
Manager Password :
Confirm Password:
Logon Default : Menu
Time Zone [0] : 0
Community Name : public
Spanning Tree Enabled [No] : No
Default Gateway : 10.0.8.1
TimeP Config [DHCP] : DHCP
IP Config [DHCP/Bootp] : Manual
IP Address : 10.0.8.80
Actions->
Cancel
Edit
Subnet Mask : 255.255.248.0
eXecute
Help
Select the file transfer method (TFTP and XMODEM are currently supported).
Use arrow keys to change field selection, <Space> to toggle field choices,
and <Enter> to go to Actions.
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Index
A
aaa authentication console ................................16
aaa authentication telnet....................................16
arp......................................................................32
auto....................................................................38
auto-tftp .............................................................14
B
boot......................................................................6
broadcast-limit ..................................................22
C
cdp .....................................................................17
cdp enable .........................................................17
cdp holdtime......................................................17
cdp timer ...........................................................17
clear arp...............................................................7
clear intrusion-log ...............................................8
clear statistics ......................................................8
configure .............................................................5
console ..............................................................14
copy .................................................................6, 9
D
daylight-time-rule .............................................15
disable ...............................................................22
E
enable ............................................................5, 22
end .......................................................................5
erase flash............................................................6
erase startup-config .............................................6
exit.......................................................................5
F
flow-control.......................................................23
G
getmib..................................................................8
gvrp ...................................................................38
H
hostname ...........................................................15
I
interface...............................................................5
ip 33
ip authorized-managers .....................................31
ip default-gateway.............................................32
ip igmp ..............................................................40
ip igmp high-priority-forward...........................40
ip igmp querier ..................................................40
ip route ..............................................................32
ip ttl ...................................................................32
K
kill .......................................................................7
L
lacp ....................................................................23
link-test................................................................9
logout ..................................................................5
M
mac-age-time.....................................................14
max-vlans ..........................................................36
menu....................................................................5
mirror-port.........................................................41
monitor ..............................................................42
N
name ..................................................................37
P
page .....................................................................6
password............................................................16
ping....................................................................10
port-security ......................................................43
primary-vlans ....................................................37
print .....................................................................7
R
reload...................................................................7
repeat ...................................................................6
S
setmib ..................................................................9
setup ....................................................................5
show arp ............................................................29
show boot-history................................................7
show cdp ...........................................................17
show console .....................................................11
show flash ...........................................................9
show gvrp ..........................................................38
show history ........................................................7
show interfaces..................................................22
show interfaces config ......................................20
show ip ..............................................................28
show ip authorized-managers ...........................29
show ip igmp .....................................................39
show ip igmp config..........................................39
show ip route.....................................................29
show lacp...........................................................24
show logging .......................................................7
show mac-address ...................................... 11, 12
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show management.............................................12
show mirror-port ...............................................41
show modules....................................................13
show port-security.......................................42, 43
show port-security intrusion log .......................43
show running-config ...........................................7
show snmp-server community ..........................34
show sntp...........................................................30
show spanning-tree ...........................................26
show spanning-tree config ................................25
show stack .........................................................18
show startup-config.............................................7
show statistics ...................................................20
show system-information..................................13
show tacacs .......................................................17
show tech.............................................................9
show timep ........................................................30
show trunks .......................................................23
show version .......................................................9
show vlans.........................................................36
snmp-server.......................................................15
snmp-server community....................................35
snmp-server enable traps...................................35
snmp-server host ...............................................35
sntp ....................................................................32
spanning-tree.....................................................26
speed-duplex .....................................................23
stack ..................................................................18
stack auto-grab ..................................................19
stack auto-join ...................................................19
stack commander...............................................18
stack join ...........................................................18
stack member ....................................................18
stack transmission-interval................................19
static-vlan ..........................................................37
W
walkmib...............................................................8
web-management ..............................................16
write memory ......................................................6
write terminal ......................................................6
T
tacacs-server host ..............................................17
tacacs-server timeout ........................................17
tagged ................................................................37
telnet....................................................................8
telnet-server.......................................................16
time....................................................................15
timep..................................................................31
timesync ............................................................31
time-zone...........................................................15
trunk ..................................................................24
U
unknown-vlans ..................................................38
untagged ............................................................37
V
vlan................................................................6, 37
vlan-support ......................................................37
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