PS5010G-2GS-8PoE User Manual
PS5010G-2GS-8PoE
Managed Full Gigabit
Industrial Ethernet PoE Switch
User Manual
Version 1.0, 2017.8.29
PS5010G-2GS-8PoE User Manual
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Product Introduction............................................................................ 4
1.1 Product Overview.......................................................................................... 4
1.2 Features.......................................................................................................... 4
1.3 External Component Description................................................................ 5
1.3.1 Front Panel..............................................................................................................5
1.3.2 Rear Panel.............................................................................................................. 6
1.4 Package Contents......................................................................................... 6
2.1 Installation.......................................................................................................8
2.1.1 Desktop Installation............................................................................................... 8
2.1.2 Rack-mountable Installation in 11-inch Cabinet............................................... 8
2.1.3 Power on the Switch..............................................................................................9
2.2 Connect Computer (NIC) to the Switch......................................................9
2.3 Switch connection to the PD........................................................................9
Chapter 3 How to Login the Switch....................................................................11
3.1 Switch to End Node.....................................................................................11
3.2 How to Login the Switch............................................................................. 11
Chapter 4 Switch Configuration..........................................................................14
4.1 Quickly setting..............................................................................................14
4.2 PORT.............................................................................................................17
4.2.1 Basic config...........................................................................................................17
4.2.2 Port aggregation.................................................................................................. 19
4.2.3 Port mirroring........................................................................................................20
4.2.4 Port rate-limit........................................................................................................ 21
4.2.5 Storm control........................................................................................................ 23
4.2.6 Port isolation......................................................................................................... 24
4.3 VLAN............................................................................................................. 26
4.3.1 VLAN config..........................................................................................................26
4.3.2 Trunk-port setting.................................................................................................27
4.3.3 Hybrid-port setting............................................................................................... 29
4.4 Fault/Safety.................................................................................................. 31
4.4.1 Anti attack..............................................................................................................31
4.4.1.1 DHCP...............................................................................................................................31
4.4.1.2 DOS................................................................................................................................. 33
4.4.1.3 IP source guard..............................................................................................................34
4.4.1.4 IP/Mac/Port..................................................................................................................... 35
4.4.2 Channel detection................................................................................................36
4.4.2.1 Ping.................................................................................................................................. 36
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4.4.2.2 Tracert..............................................................................................................................37
4.4.2.3 Cable test........................................................................................................................ 38
4.4.3 ACL.........................................................................................................................38
4.5 POE............................................................................................................... 40
4.5.1 POE Config........................................................................................................... 41
4.5.1.1 Management...................................................................................................................41
4.5.1.2 Temperature distribution............................................................................................... 41
4.5.2 POE Port Config.................................................................................................. 42
4.5.3 POE Delay Config................................................................................................43
4.6 STP................................................................................................................44
4.6.1 MSTP region.........................................................................................................44
4.6.2 STP bridge............................................................................................................ 45
4.7 DHCP relay...................................................................................................48
4.7.1 DHCP relay........................................................................................................... 48
4.7.2 0ption82.................................................................................................................49
4.8 QoS................................................................................................................50
4.8.1 Remark.................................................................................................................. 50
4.8.2 Queue config........................................................................................................ 52
4.8.3 Mapping the queue..............................................................................................53
4.8.3.1 Service class queue mapping........................................................................ 53
4.8.3.2 Differential service class mapping...............................................................................54
4.8.3.3 Port to service class mapping......................................................................................55
4.9 Address table............................................................................................... 56
4.9.1 Mac add and delete.............................................................................................57
4.9.2 Mac study and laging.......................................................................................... 58
4.9.3 Mac address filtering........................................................................................... 60
4. 10 SNMP.........................................................................................................60
4.10.1 Snmp config........................................................................................................61
4.10.1.1 Snmp config..................................................................................................................61
4.10.1.2 Community config........................................................................................................61
4.10.1.3 View config................................................................................................................... 62
4.10.1.4 Group config................................................................................................................. 63
4.10.1.5 User config....................................................................................................................64
4.10.1.6 Trap................................................................................................................................66
4.10.2 Rmon config....................................................................................................... 67
4.10.2.1 Statistics group.............................................................................................................67
4.10.2.2 History group................................................................................................................ 68
4.10.2.3 Event group.................................................................................................................. 69
4.10.2.4 Alarm group.................................................................................................................. 70
4.11 SYSTEM..................................................................................................... 71
4.11.1 System config..................................................................................................... 72
4.11.1.1 System settings............................................................................................................ 72
4.11.1.2 System restart.............................................................................................................. 74
4.11.1.3 Password change........................................................................................................ 75
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4.11.1.4 SSH login...................................................................................................................... 76
4.10.1.5 Telnet login....................................................................................................................77
4.11.1.6 System log.................................................................................................................... 77
4.11.2 System upgrade................................................................................................. 79
4.11.3 Config management.......................................................................................... 80
4.11.3.1 Current configuration...................................................................................................80
4.11.3.2 Configuration backup.................................................................................................. 82
4.10.3.3 Restore factory configuration.....................................................................................83
4.11.4 Config save......................................................................................................... 84
4.11.5 Administrator privileges.....................................................................................84
4.11.6 Info collect........................................................................................................... 85
Appendix: Technical Specifications.................................................................. 87
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Chapter 1 Product Introduction
Congratulations on your purchasing of the PoE Web Smart Ethernet Switch. Before you
install and use this product, please read this manual carefully for full exploiting the
functions of this product.
1.1 Product Overview
This is a new generation designed for high security and high performance network
the second layer switch. Provides eight 10/100/1000Mbps self-adaption RJ45 port, and
two 100/1000Mbps SFP optical ports, all ports support wire-speed forwarding, can provide
you with larger network flexibility. Support VLAN ACL based on port, easily implement
network monitoring, traffic regulation, priority tag and traffic control. Support traditional
STP/RSTP/MSTP 2 link protection technology; greatly improve the ability of fault
tolerance, redundancy backup to ensure the stable operation of the network. Support ACL
control based on the time, easy control the access time accurately. Support 802.1x
authentication based on the port and MAC, easily set user access. Perfect QOS strategy
and plenty of VLAN function, easy to maintenance and management, meet the networking
and access requirements of small and medium-sized enterprises, intelligent village, hotel,
office network and campus network.
The is 8 ports have POE power supply function, support IEEE802.3at standard,
802.3af downward compatibility, power supply equipment for Ethernet, can automatically
detect identification standard of electrical equipment, and through the cable for the power
supply.
1.2 Features
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Comply with IEEE 802.3i, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE802.3x , IEEE802.3ab , IEEE802.1q ,
IEEE802.1p standards.
Supports IEEE802.3af、IEEE802.3at standards.
Supports PoE power up to 30W for each PoE port, all power up to 140W.
Supports manage the POE port, support POE power off open the port, and port
output power restriction.
Support Web interface management.
8 x 10/100/1000Mbps Auto MDI/MDI-X Ethernet port, Support ports Auto MDI/MDIX.
8K entry MAC address table of the switch with auto-learning and auto-aging.
Supports IEEE802.3x flow control for Full-duplex Mode and backpressure for
Half-duplex Mode.
supports QoS (quality of service), port mirror, Link aggregation protocol.
Support packet length 9216Bytes jumbo frame packet forwarding at wire speed.
Supports 4KV Surge Immunity for all UTP ports.
LED indicators for monitoring PSE, Link / Activity/Speed.
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1.3 External Component Description
1.3.1 Front Panel
The front panel of the Switch consists of 8 x 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45 ports, 1x
CONSOLE port, 2 x SFP ports, 1 x RESET button and a series of LED indicators as
shown as below.
Figure 1 - Front Panel
10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45 ports (1~8):
Designed to connect to the device with a bandwidth of 10Mbps, 100Mbps or 1000Mbps.
Each has a corresponding 10/100/1000Mbps LED.
CONSOLE port (CONSOLE):
Designed to connect with the serial port of a computer or terminal for monitoring and
configuring the Switch.
SFP ports (SFP1, SFP2):
Designed to install the SFP module and connect to the device with a bandwidth of
1000Mbps. Each has a corresponding 1000Mbps LED.
RESET button (RESET):
Keep the device powered on and push a paper clip into the hole.
Press down the button for 2 seconds to reboot the Switch, Press down the button for 5
seconds to restore the Switch to its original factory default settings.
LED indicators:
The LED Indicators will allow you to monitor, diagnose and troubleshoot any potential
problem with the Switch, connection or attached devices.
Figure 2 - LED Indicators
The following chart shows the LED indicators of the Switch along with explanation of each
indicator.
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LED
COLOR
PWR
Green
LINK/ACT/
(1-8)
PoE
LINK/ACT/
(9S-10S)
STATUS
STATUS DESCRIPTION
On
Power On
Off
Power Off
On
A device is connected to the port
Off
A device is disconnected to the port
Flashing
Sending or receiving data
10/100M:
Orange
1000M:
Green
On
A Powered Device is connected to the port,
which supply power successfully
Off
No PD is connected to the corresponding
port, or no power is supplied according to
the power limits of the port
Flashing
The PoE power circuit may be in short or
the power current may be overloaded
On
A device is connected to the port
Off
A device is disconnected to the port
Flashing
Sending or receiving data
Yellow
Green
1.3.2 Rear Panel
The rear panel of the Switch contains AC power connector and one marker shown as
below.
Figure 3 - Rear Panel
AC Power Connector:
Power is supplied through an external AC power adapter. It supports AC 100~240V,
50/60Hz.
1.4 Package Contents
Before installing the Switch, make sure that the following the "packing list" listed OK. If any
part is lost and damaged, please contact your local agent immediately. In addition, make
sure that you have the tools install switches and cables by your hands.
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One PoE Web Smart Ethernet Switch.
Four rubber feet, two mounting ears and eights screws.
One AC power cord.
One User Manual.
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Chapter 2 Installing and Connecting the Switch
This part describes how to install your PoE Ethernet Switch and make connections to it.
Please read the following topics and perform the procedures in the order being presented.
2.1 Installation
Please follow the following instructions in avoid of incorrect installation causing device
damage and security threat.
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Put the Switch on stable place or desktop in case of falling damage.
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Make sure the Switch works in the proper AC input range and matches the voltage
labeled on the Switch.
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To keep the Switch free from lightning, do not open the Switch’s shell even in power
failure.
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Make sure that there is proper heat dissipation from and adequate ventilation around
the Switch.
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Make sure the cabinet to enough back up the weight of the Switch and its
accessories.
2.1.1 Desktop Installation
Sometimes users are not equipped with the 11-inch standard cabinet. So when installing
the Switch on a desktop, please attach these cushioning rubber feet provided on the
bottom at each corner of the Switch in case of the external vibration. Allow adequate
space for ventilation between the device and the objects around it.
2.1.2 Rack-mountable Installation in 11-inch Cabinet
The Switch can be mounted in an EIA standard-sized, 11-inch rack, which can be placed
in a wiring closet with other equipment. To install the Switch, please follow these steps:
a.
attach the mounting brackets on the Switch’s side panels (one on each side) and
secure them with the screws provided.
Figure 4 - Bracket Installation
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b.
use the screws provided with the equipment rack to mount the Switch on the rack and
tighten it.
Figure 5 - Rack Installation
2.1.3 Power on the Switch
The Switch is powered on by the AC 100-240V 50/60Hz internal high-performance power
supply. Please follow the next tips to connect:
AC Electrical Outlet:
It is recommended to use single-phase three-wire receptacle with neutral outlet or
multifunctional computer professional receptacle. Please make sure to connect the metal
ground connector to the grounding source on the outlet.
AC Power Cord Connection:
Connect the AC power connector in the back panel of the Switch to external receptacle
with the included power cord, and check the power indicator is ON or not. When it is ON, it
indicates the power connection is OK.
2.2 Connect Computer (NIC) to the Switch
Please insert the NIC into the computer, after installing network card driver, please
connect one end of the twisted pair to RJ-45 jack of your computer, the other end will be
connected to any RJ-45 port of the Switch, the distance between Switch and computer is
around 100 meters.Once the connection is OK and the devices are power on normally, the
LINK/ACT/Speed status indicator lights corresponding ports of the Switch.
2.3 Switch connection to the PD
1-8 ports of the Switch have PoE power supply function, the maximum output power up to
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30W each port, it can make PD devices, such as internet phone, network camera,
wireless access point work.You only need to connect the Switch PoE port directly
connected to the PD port by network cable.
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Chapter 3 How to Login the Switch
3.1 Switch to End Node
Use standard Cat.5/5e Ethernet cable (UTP/STP) to connect the Switch to end nodes as
described below. Switch ports will automatically adjust to the characteristics (MDI/MDI-X,
speed, duplex) of the device to which is connected.
Figure 6 - PC Connect
Please refer to the LED Indicators. The LINK/ACT/Speed LEDs for each port lights on
when the link is available.
3.2 How to Login the Switch
As the Switch provides Web-based management login, you can configure your computer’s
IP address manually to log on to the Switch. The default settings of the Switch are shown
below.
Parameter
Default Value
Default IP address
192.168.2.1
Default user name
admin
Default password
admin
You can log on to the configuration window of the Switch through following steps:
1. Connect the Switch with the computer NIC interface.
2. Power on the Switch.
3. Check whether the IP address of the computer is within this network segment:
192.168.2.xxx (“xxx” ranges 2~254), for example, 192.168.2.100.
4. Open the browser, and enter http://192.168.2.1 and then press “Enter”. The Switch
login window appears, as shown below.
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Figure 7- Login Windows
5. Switching language to english .Enter the Username and Password (The factory default
Username is admin and Password is admin), and then click “LOGIN” to log in to the
Switch configuration window as below.
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Chapter 4 Switch Configuration
The Web Smart Ethernet Switch Managed switch software provides rich layer 2
functionality for switches in your networks. This chapter describes how to use Web-based
management interface(Web UI) to this switch configure managed switch software
features.
In the Web UI, the left column shows the configuration menu. Above you can see the
information for switch system, such as memory, software version.The middle shows the
switch’s current link status. Green squares indicate the port link is up, while black squares
indicate the port link is down. Below the switch panel, you can find a common toolbar to
provide useful functions for users. The rest of the screen area displays the configuration
settings.
4.1 Quickly setting
In the navigation bar to select “quickly setting”, can create a VLAN in this module, add
the port in the VLAN , set the basic information and modify the switch login password. the
following picture:
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
VLAN ID
VLAN number, 8GE default VLAN 1
VLAN name
VLAN mark
Manage IP
Manage the IP address of the VLAN
device name
Switch name
Manage VLAN
Switches management in use of the VLAN
【instructions】
Native VLAN: as a Trunk, the mouth will belong to a Native VLAN. The so-called Native
VLAN, is refers to UNTAG send or receive a message on the interface, is considered
belongs to the VLAN. Obviously, the interface of the default VLAN ID (PVID) in the IEEE
802.1 Q VLAN ID is the Native VLAN. At the same time, send belong to Native VLAN
frame on the Trunk, must adopt UNTAG way.
Allowed VLAN list: a Trunk can transport the equipment support by default all the VLAN
traffic (1-4094). But, also can by setting the permission VLAN Trunk at the mouth of the
list to limit the flow of some VLAN can't through the Trunk.
【Configuration example】
1) VLAN setting:such as create VLAN 2 , Sets the port 8 to Trunk , Native VLAN 2.
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2) click“next step” button, into other settings, such as:manage ip address set as
192.168.2.11, device name set as switch-123, default gateway with the dns server set as
172.16.1.241.
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Use 192.168.2.11 to log in, set a new password for 1234 .
4.2 PORT
In the navigation bar to select “PORT”, You may conduct basic config, port aggregation,
port mirroring , port limit and port isolation.
4.2.1 Basic config
In the navigation bar to select “PORT>basic config”, For panel port to port described ,
port speed, port status, working mode, flow control, cross line order configuration, the
following picture:
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
port
Select the current configuration port number
port status
Choose whether to close link port
flow control
Whether open flow control
port speed
Can choose the following kinds:
Aggregation
10 M
100 M
1000 M
working mode
Can choose the following kinds:
Self negotiated
10 M
100 M
1000 M
port described
The port is described
Cross line sequence
Whether open intersection line sequence
【instructions】
Open flow control should be negotiated will close, negotiated close is to set port speed
rate and working mode. Set the port rate more than actual rate of port, the port will be up.
【Configuration example】
Such as:The port is set to 10 M, half duplex, open flow control and cross line sequence
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and port state.
4.2.2 Port aggregation
In the navigation bar to select “PORT>port aggregation”, In order to expand the port
bandwidth or achieve the bandwidth of the redundancy backup, the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Aggregation port
8 GE switch can be set up eight link trunk group, group_1 to
group_8
Member port
For each of the members of the group and add your own port,
and with members of other groups
【instructions】
Open the port of the ARP check function, the port of the important device ARP, the port of
the VLAN MAC function, and the monitor port in the port image can not be added!
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【Configuration example】
Such as: set the port 7, 8, for aggregation port 1, lets this aggregation port 1 connected to
other switch aggregation port 1 to build switch links .
4.2.3 Port mirroring
In the navigation bar to select “PORT>port mirroring”, Open port mirror feature, All
packets on the source port are copied and forwarded to the destination port, Destination
port is usually connected to a packet analyzer to analyze the source port, Multiple ports
can be mirrored to a destination port, the following picture:
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
Source port
To monitor the port in and out of flow
Destination port
Set destination port, All packets on the source port are copied and
forwarded to the destination port
Mirror group
Range :1-4
【instructions】
The port of the aggregate port can not be used as a destination port and the source port,
destination port and source port can not be the same.
【Configuration example】
Such as: set a mirror group for port 3 regulatory port 4, 5, 6 on and out flow conditions.
4.2.4 Port rate-limit
In the navigation bar to select “PORT>port rate-limit ”,
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To port output, input speed limit, the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Set port input speed
Input speed limit
Set port output speed
Output speed limit
【instructions】
1 Mbit/s = 1000 Kbit/s = 1000 / 8 KB/s = 125 KB/s . That is, the theoretical rate of 1M
bandwidth is125KB/s .
【Configuration example】
Such as: the port 5 input rate is set to 6400 KB/s, the output rate is set to 3200 KB/s.
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4.2.5 Storm control
In the navigation bar to select “PORT>Storm control”,
To port storm control config, the following picture:
【parameter description】
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parameter
description
Broadcast
suppression value
Storm suppression value of the broadcast packets
Multicast suppression
value
Storm suppression value of the multicast packets
Unicast suppression
value
Storm suppression value of the unicast packets
【instructions】
1 Mbit/s = 1000 Kbit/s = 1000 / 8 KB/s = 125 KB/s . That is, the theoretical rate of 1M
bandwidth is125KB/s .
【Configuration example】
Such as: should be forwarded to the port 1-8 of all kinds of packet forwarding rate is 5000
KB/s .
4.2.6 Port isolation
In the navigation bar to select “PORT>port isolation ”, ports are isolated.the following
picture:
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
Source port
Choose a port, to configure the isolated port
Isolated port
Port will be isolated
【instructions】
Open port isolation function, All packets on the source port are not forwarded from the
isolated port, the selected ports are isolated.
Ports that have been added to the aggregate port aren't also capable of being a
destination port and source port, destination port and source port cannot be the same.
【Configuration example】
Such as: the port 3, 4, 5, and 6 ports isolated.
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4.3 VLAN
In the navigation bar to select“VLAN”, You can manage the VLAN config, Trunk Settings
and Hybrid Settings , the following picture:
4.3.1 VLAN config
In the navigation bar to select“VLAN config”, Vlans can be created and set the port to
the VLAN (port default state for the access mode) , the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
VLAN ID
VLAN number, 8 GE default VLAN 1
VLAN name
VLAN mark
VLAN IP address
Manage switch ip address
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【instructions】
Management VLAN, the default VLAN cannot be deleted. Add ports to access port, port
access mode can only be a member of the VLAN.
【Configuration example】
Such as: connect switches pc1, pc2 couldn't ping each other, will be one of the PC
connection port belongs to a VLAN 2 .
4.3.2 Trunk-port setting
In the navigation bar to select“VLAN config>trunk-port setting”, can set port to Trunk
port, the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Native VLAN
Only set one
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Allowing vlan
Can set up multiple
【instructions】
Native VLAN: as a Trunk, the mouth will belong to a Native VLAN. The so-called Native
VLAN, is refers to UNTAG send or receive a message on the interface, is considered
belongs to the VLAN. Obviously, the interface of the default VLAN ID (PVID) in the IEEE
802.1 Q VLAN ID is the Native VLAN. At the same time, send belong to Native VLAN
frame on the Trunk, must adopt UNTAG way.
Allowed VLAN list: a Trunk can transport the equipment support by default all the VLAN
traffic (1-4094). But, also can by setting the permission VLAN Trunk at the mouth of the
list to limit the flow of some VLAN can't through the Trunk.
【Configuration example】
Such as:PVID=VLAN2
PC1:192.168.2.122, port 8, access VLAN2
PC2:192.168.2.123, port 7, Trunk allowed VLAN 1-2
PC3:192.168.2.124, port 6, access VLAN1(The default port belongs to VLAN1)
Can let the PC2 PING PC1, cannot PING PC3
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4.3.3 Hybrid-port setting
In the navigation bar to select“VLAN config>hybrid-port setting”, Can set the port to
take the tag and without the tag , the following picture:
【instructions】
Hybrid port to packet:
Receives a packet, judge whether there is a VLAN information: if there is no play in port
PVID, exchanged and forwarding, if have, whether the Hybrid port allows the VLAN data
into: if can be forwarded, or discarded (untag on port configuration is not considered,
untag configuration only work when to send it a message)
Hybrid port to send packet:
1, determine the VLAN in this port attributes (disp interface can see the port to which
VLAN untag, which VLAN tag)
2, if it is untag stripping VLAN information, send again, if the tag is sent directly
【Configuration example】
Such as: create vlans 10, 20, VLAN sets the Native VLAN port 1 to 10, to tag VLAN for 10,
20, sets the Native VLAN port 2 to 20, to tag VLAN for 10, 20 .
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This system e0/1 and the receive system e0/2 PC can be exchanged, but when each data
taken from a VLAN is different.
Data from the pc1, by inter0/1 pvid VLAN10 encapsulation VLAN10 labeled into switches,
switch found system e0/2 allows 10 data through the VLAN, so the data is forwarded to
the system e0/2, because the system e0/2 VLAN is untagged 10, then switches at this
time to remove packet VLAN10 tag, in the form of ordinary package sent to pc2, pc1 - > p2
is VLAN10 walking at this time
Again to analyze pc2 gave pc1 package process, data from the pc2, by inter0/2 pvid
VLAN20 encapsulation VLAN20 labeled into switch, switch found system e0/1 allows
VLAN by 20 data, so the data is forwarded to the system e0/1, because the system e0/1
on the VLAN is untagged 20, then switches remove packets on VLAN20 tag at this time, in
the form of ordinary package sent to pc1, pc2 at this time - > pc1 is VLAN 20 .
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4.4 Fault/Safety
In the navigation bar to select“fault/safety”, you can set Anti attack、Channle detection
and ACL configuration .
4.4.1 Anti attack
4.4.1.1 DHCP
In the navigation bar to select“fault/safety>anti attack>DHCP”, Open the DHCP
anti-attack function, intercepting counterfeit DHCP server and address depletion attack
packets ban kangaroo DHCP server, the following picture:
【instructions】
DHCP trusted port configuration, select the port as a trusted port. Prohibit DHCP for
address, select the port and save, you can disable this feature for the port.
Open DHCP attack prevention function, need to set the DHCP protective vlan
simultaneously, other functions to take effect.
【Configuration example】
Such as:1.dhcp snooping open
2.Setting dhcp snooping vlan
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Set the connection router 8 ports for trust, then 6 port is set to the prohibit.
3.Verify source mac F0:DE:F1:12:98:D2, set server ip address to 192.168.2.1
4.Set option82 information
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5.The port 7 for binding
4.4.1.2 DOS
In the navigation bar to select“fault/safety>anti attack>DOS”, Open the anti DOS attack
function, intercept Land attack packets, illegal TCP packets, to ensure that the device or
server to provide normal service to legitimate users., the following picture:
【instructions】
Open the anti DOS attack function, intercept Land attack packets, illegal TCP packets, to
ensure that the device or server to provide normal service to legitimate users.
【Configuration example】
Such as:Open the anti DOS attack function
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4.4.1.3 IP source guard
In the navigation bar to select“fault/safety>anti attack>ip source guard”, Through the
source port security is enabled, on port forwarding the packet filter control, prevent illegal
message through the port, thereby limiting the illegal use of network resources, improve
the safety of the port, the following picture:
【instructions】
Add the port that is currently being used as a IP source protection enable port, the port
will not be able to use.
【Configuration example】
Such as: to open source IP protection enabled port first, then to binding.
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4.4.1.4 IP/Mac/Port
In the navigation bar to select“fault/safety>anti attack>IP/Mac/Port”, Automatically
detect the port based IP address, MAC address of the mapping relationship, and then
realize the function of a key binding, the following picture:
【instructions】
A bond must be bound before the binding to enable the switch to open, And if you want to
access shall be binding and switch the IP address of the same network segment .
【Configuration example】
Such as: the binding to make first can open, must be a key bindings port 7 .
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Can check the delete option.
4.4.2 Channel detection
4.4.2.1 Ping
In the navigation bar to select“fault/safety> channel detection>ping”, Use ping function
to test internet connect and host whether to arrive. The following picture :
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
destination IP address
Fill in the IP address of the need to detect
Timeout period
Range of 1 to 10
Repeat number
Testing number
【instructions】
Use ping function to test internet connect and host whether to arrive.
【Configuration example】
Such as: PING connect the IP address of the PC .
4.4.2.2 Tracert
In the navigation bar to select“fault/safety> channel detection>tracert”, Tracert
detection can detect to the destination through the .following picture :
【parameter description】
parameter
description
destination IP address
Fill in the IP address of the need to detect
Timeout period
Range of 1 to 10
【instruction】
the function is used to detect more is up to and reach the destination path. If a destination
unreachable, diagnose problems.
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【Configuration example】
Such as: Tracert connect the IP address of the PC .
4.4.2.3 Cable test
In the navigation bar to select“fault/safety> channel detection>cable test”, Can detect
connection device status , the following picture:
【Configuration example】
4.4.3 ACL
In the navigation bar to select“fault/safety>ACL”, Can be applied to port ACL rules and
Settings to take effect in time.
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【instruction】
The ACL rules are sequenced, row in front of the match will be priority rule. Many, if the
strategy items operating time is relatively longer.
Basic principles:
1, according to the order, as long as there is a meet, will not continue to find.
2, implied refused, if don't match, so must match the final implied refused entry, cisco
default.
3, any only under the condition of the minimum permissions to the user can satisfy their
demand.
4, don't forget to apply the ACL to the port.
【Configuration example】
such as: test time is every Monday to Friday 9 to 18 points, set port 1-6 cannot access the
network .
steps: building ACL time - building ACL rules - is applied to the port .
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4.5 POE
In the navigation bar to select”POE”, you can set to the POE Config , POE Port Config
and POE Delay Config configuration.
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4.5.1 POE Config
4.5.1.1 Management
In the navigation bar to select”POE>POE Config>Management”, you can set POE
configuration and status information, As follows.
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Alarm power
Configuration alarm threshold
Reserved power
Configuration reserved power
Alarm notification
Configure alert notification status
【instruction】
The actual application needs to control the system in the power change and the power of
the port on whether to send a trap notification.
Receiving Trap notification required to open the Snmp, and set the trap target host.
【Configuration example】
Such as: For example: the alarm notification is set to 126W, the reserved power is 9%.
4.5.1.2 Temperature distribution
In the navigation bar to select”POE>POE Config>Temperature distribution”, POE chip
can be set the temperature alarm threshold, As follows.
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
Alarm threshold
Configuration temperature alarm threshold, range 70-149
【instruction】
Receiving Trap notification required to open the Snmp, and set the trap target host.
【Configuration example】
Such as:The 1 chip alarm threshold is set to 90℃.
4.5.2 POE Port Config
In the navigation bar to select “POE>POE Port Config”, you can be set to port POE, As
follows.
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Power MAX
Select the maximum power of the configured port
POE mode
Enable state of the selected configuration
Priority
Configure port priority, when the load exceeds the maximum
power POE, low priority port equipment will be dropped
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Mode Detection
Power supply mode for configuration port detection
【instruction】
Receiving Trap notification required to open the Snmp, and set the trap target host.
【Configuration example】
Such as:The 8 port can be opened, the maximum power of 23 W, the detection mode is AF,
the priority is high.
4.5.3 POE Delay Config
In the navigation bar to select “POE>POE Delay Config”, you can be set to port POE, As
follows.
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Port Restart Time
Set port restart limit time
Port Delay Time
Set the delay time for port POE power supply
【instruction】
Receiving Trap notification required to open the Snmp, and set the trap target host.
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【Configuration example】
Such as:Set port 1 Port restart time is 3 days, the port delay time is 20 seconds.
4.6 STP
In the navigation bar to select“STP”, you can set to the MSTP region and STP bridge
configuration.
4.6.1 MSTP region
In the navigation bar to select“STP>MSTP region”, Can modify the domain and domain
name, add instance is mapped to a VLAN.the following picture.
【parameter description】
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parameter
description
Region name
Configure the region name
Revision level
Parameter configuration revision level
Instance ID
Select configuration instance ID
VLAN ID
Mapping of the VLAN configuration instance
【instruction】
An instance can only be mapped to a VLAN, instance and VLAN is a one-to-one
relationship.
【Configuration example】
Such as: change the region to DEADBEEF0102, region name is 123, instance 4 is
mapped to a VLAN 2, in the first need to create a VLAN 2.
4.6.2 STP bridge
In the navigation bar to select“STP>STP bridge”, Can be related to bridge, port
configuration, the following picture:
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
inst-priority
Whether open instance priority setting
Instance ID
Select the created instance id is configured
enable
Whether to open the STP bridge function
Bridge priority
Priority setting bridge example, the default
instance bridge priority for 32768
mode
The model is divided into: the STP, RSTP, MSTP
Hello-time
Switches sends bpdus in packet interval
Max-age
Ports are not yet received a message in the time,
will initiate topology changes
Forward-delay
The state of the port switch time
Port-priority
Set port instance priority, defaults to 128, you
must enter multiple of 16, the range of 0-240
Path-cost
Configure port costs
Port-fast
Select configuration state
Auto-ege
Select configuration state
Point-to-point
Select configuration state
Bpdu guard
Select configuration state
Bpdu filter
Select configuration state
compatible
Select configuration state
Root guard
Select configuration state
TC guard
Select configuration state
TC filter
Select configuration state
【instruction】
(1) (hello_time+1)×2<=max_age<=(f_delay-1)×2 , enable the switch to set instance
priority.
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(2) Enable STP or switch mode would spend 2 times of the forward delay time.
【Configuration example】
Such as:1)Open the STP, configuration has to create an instance of the priority,
configuration time parameters, set the pattern to MSTP .
2)Set MSTP has launched port configuration, select the created instance, set priority
(port configuration is not online, on-line configuration will only take effect, can click on the
"view the current configuration" button to view the configured completed)
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4.7 DHCP relay
In the navigation bar to select“DHCP relay”, you can set to the DHCP relay and
option82.
4.7.1 DHCP relay
In the navigation bar to select“DHCP relay”, Open the DHCP relay function, set up and
view the relay server IP address and its status.the following picture.
【parameter description】
parameter
description
IP address
DHCP server address
status
Invalid and vaild
【instruction】
If open the function of relay agent, then receives the broadcast DHCP message, to be
delivered in the form of unicast to configure on the server. The DHCP server to IP and
switches in the same network segment will only take effect.
【Configuration example】
Such as:setting DHCP server ip for 192.168.2.22
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4.7.2 0ption82
In the navigation bar to select“DHCP relay>option82”, can set to OPTION82circuit
control、proxy remote 、ip address.the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
VLAN id
the DHCP request message in the VLAN, value range is 1 ~
4094
Circuit control
Circuit ID to populate the user custom content, scope of
string length is 3 ~ 63
Proxy remote
Configuration ASCII remote id string value, the length of the
range of 1 ~ 63
IP address
Decimal IP address
【instruction】
Switches, relay information to the DHCP server will take option82, VLAN ID must be
configured to DHCP message taken VLAN can bring option82 information.
【Configuration example】
Sach as:add circuit control、proxy remote、ip address information.
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4.8 QoS
In the navigation bar to select“QoS”, you can set to the Remark 、 queue config and
mapping the queue.
4.8.1 Remark
In the navigation bar to select“QoS>Remark”, According to the rules for port traffic bag
tag or queue map.the following picture.
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【parameter description】
parameter
parameter
Rule index
By setting the rule of heavy tag index number, the current switch
can be set up 32 rule
Choose always said - match the match, all the data for tags
Operation type
Choose can be set to equal matching rules, comply with the rules
of heavy tag data
Server class mapping
Adaptable to the rules of the heavy tag which data is mapped to a
queue
Priority relable
Conform to the rules of heavy tag data to the marked priority
values
Value tye
Set heavy tag matching rules, such as choice goal Mac, just
check the data destination Mac address is in accordance with the
rules
value
Set the value of matching, such as choice goal Mac for HH: HH:
HH: HH: HH: HH
Choose port to config
The application of heavy tag on which interface
apply
Click on the application of heavy marking rules to take effect
【instruction】
According to the different matching rules to map different packages to different cos, and
then according to the mapping relationship cos and queue queue to map different
packages to different queue, can also set the priority value of a tag heavy bag.
【Configuration example】
Such as: will the destination address for 00:02:03:0b:89:12 packets are forwarded to the
port 3, 4, 5, 6, priority of remarked as 3.
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4.8.2 Queue config
In the navigation bar to select“ QoS>queue config”, Can be set up queue scheduling
policy .the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Can choose four kinds of modes:
RR round-robin scheduling
SP absolute priority scheduling
Scheduling strategy
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WRR weighted round-robin scheduling
WFQ weighted fair scheduling
WRR-weights
Set the weights of each queue, they will be in proportion to occupy
the bandwidth to send data
【instruction】
Queue 7 can not for 0.
【Configuration example】
Such as: set the scheduling strategy for WRR, weight value respectively, 10, 11, 12, 12,
14, 15, 16, 17.
4.8.3 Mapping the queue
4.8.3.1 Service class queue mapping
In the navigation bar to select“QoS>mapping the queue”, Service category can be
mapped to the corresponding queue.the following picture.
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Server ID
COS the VLAN priority fields (0 to 7)
Queue ID
Set each cosine value mapping queue number (0 to 7)
【Configuration example】
Such as: cos 3 mapping to the queue 7, set the queue weight 7 to 10.
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4.8.3.2 Differential service class mapping
In the navigation bar to select“QoS>mapping the queue>differential service class
mapping”, Differential service can be mapped to the corresponding service
categories.the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Server list
DSCP field has seven (0-63) is divided into four tables
Queue ID
Map the DSCP to COS fields (0 to 7), based on the cosine is
mapped to a queue
【instruction】
Cos priority is greater than the DSCP, DSCP priority is greater than the port.
【Configuration example】
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Such as: the DSCP value of 3, 12, 23 mapping to cos 5 .
4.8.3.3 Port to service class mapping
In the navigation bar to select“QoS>mapping the queue>port to service class
mapping”, Port can be mapped to the corresponding service categories.the following
picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Port
Select the port number (1-10)
Service ID
Mapped to the service ID, and then according to the service ID
into the queue
【instruction】
Cos priority is greater than the DSCP, DSCP priority is greater than the port.
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【Configuration example】
Such as:port 4、5、6 respectively cos4、cos5、cos6.
4.9 Address table
In the navigation bar to select“Address table”, you can set to MAC add and delete 、
MACstudy and aging and MAC address filtering.
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4.9.1 Mac add and delete
In the navigation bar to select“Address table>Mac add and delete”, You can add static
Mac and delete Mac and view to the current of the Mac address table.the following
picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Clear Mac
Can choose to clear the multicast Mac address, clear dynamic
unicast Mac address, clear static unicast Mac address, clear the
specified Mac address, Mac address table
VLAN
Fill in the need to add or delete VLAN id, not create vlans to
create can only take effect
【instruction】
According to different conditions to clear Mac address, view/add/learn the Mac address,
Mac address filtering.
【Configuration example】
Such as: 1) the port 6 Mac set to static Mac.
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2)clear port 6 static Mac addresses.
4.9.2 Mac study and laging
In the navigation bar to select“address table>Mac study and laging”, Can be set up
port Mac address study limit and Mac address aging time . the following picture:
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
Mac address
Range 0-8191, default 8191
Mac address study
limit
Default 300
【Configuration example】
Such as: 1) setting port 2, 3, 4, 5 address study limit for 2000 .
2) will be dropped or learn the Mac address of the port equipment after 2 minutes
disappear automatically from the Mac address table
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4.9.3 Mac address filtering
In the navigation bar to select“address table>Mac address table”, Can be filtered
according to the condition does not need the Mac address. the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Mac address
Can not add multicast Mac address
VLAN
VLAN number
【Configuration example】
Such as: the Mac address for 00:20:15:09:12:12 added to the filter in the table.
4. 10 SNMP
In the navigation bar to select“SNMP”, you can set to the Snmp config and Rmon
config.
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4.10.1 Snmp config
4.10.1.1 Snmp config
In the navigation bar to select“Snmp >Snmp config”, you can Snmp function enable.the
following picture:
【instruction】
The SNMP function must be turned on in the configuration RMON, otherwise it will be
configured to fail.
【Configuration example】
Such as: open Snmp.
4.10.1.2 Community config
In the navigation bar to select“Snmp >Snmp config>community config”, Can specify
group access. the following picture.
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
group
Community string, is equal to the NMS and Snmp agent
communication between the password
Read-only: specify the NMS (Snmp host) of MIB variables can
only be read, cannot be modified
Access authority
Read-only can write: specify the NMS (Snmp host) of MIB
variables can only read, can also be modified
【instruction】
The upper limit of the number of groups is 8.
【Configuration example】
Such as: add a read-write group called public...
4.10.1.3 View config
In the navigation bar to select“Snmp >Snmp config>view config”, Set the view the rules
to allow or disable access to some of the MIB object. the following picture.
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
View name
Wiew mane
include
Indicate the MIB object number contained within the view
exclude
Indicate the MIB object son number was left out of view
MIB subtree OID
View the associated MIB object, is a number of MIB
subtree mask
MIB OID mask
【instruction】
Each view is best to configure a view rule, otherwise it will affect the SNMP function.
【Configuration example】
such as: establish a view 123 , MIB subtree oid .1.3.6.1 contain among them.
4.10.1.4 Group config
In the navigation bar to select“Snmp>Snmp config>group config”, setting Snmp
group.the following picture.
【parameter description】
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parameter
description
Group name
Group name
Attestation not only encryption: this group of users
transmission of the message need to verify the data don't need
to confidential
No authentication encryption: this group of users' messages
don't need to verify data transmission also does not need to be
kept secret
Security level
Read view、read and
write view 、study
view
Both authentication and encryption: this group of users need to
verify the news of transmission and transmission of data need
to be kept secret
The associated view name
【instruction】
Before the cap on the number set of configuration of 8, the new group needs a new view
to create a group.
【Configuration example】
Such as: firstly, new view 123, then new group of goup1.
4.10.1.5 User config
In the navigation bar to select“Snmp>Snmp config>user config”, setting Snmp user.the
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following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
User name
User name, range 1-16
Attestation not only encryption: this group of users
transmission of the message need to verify the data don't need
to confidential
No authentication encryption: this group of users' messages
don't need to verify data transmission also does not need to be
kept secret
Security level
Both authentication and encryption: this group of users need to
verify the news of transmission and transmission of data need
to be kept secret
Authentication mode
Specified use MD5
authentication protocol
Authentication
password
authentication
protocol
or
SHA
Range 8-10
encrypt mode
Specified using AES encryption protocol or DES encryption
protocol
Group name
A user group name
encrypt password
Range 8-60
【instruction】
Cap on the number configuration of 8, users need a new view and group to use, the
user's security level must be consistent with the group level of security. Add a user
authentication and encryption, and configure belong to groups of users, the user will be
used for Snmpv3 connection.
【Configuration example】
Such as: new view 123, the newly built group group1, new users user1 .
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4.10.1.6 Trap
In the navigation bar to select“Snmp>Snmp config>Trap”, Can specify sent the trap
messages to Snmp host (NMS). the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Destination ip
address
Snmp host ipv4 address
Security name
Snmp user name
version
V1、V2、V3
Security mode
Specified using AES encryption protocol or DES encryption
protocol
Group name
User group name
【instruction】
The Trap cap on the number configuration of 8, you can configure a number of different
Snmp Trap host used to receive messages. Trigger the trap message time: port
Linkup/LinkDown, equipment of cold - start (restart when power supply drop)/warm - start
(a warm restart), and Rmon set port port statistical fluctuation threshold.
【Configuration example】
Such as:setting hoset 192.168.2.30 receive trap information.
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4.10.2 Rmon config
4.10.2.1 Statistics group
In the navigation bar to select“Snmp>Rmon config>statistics group”, Set an Ethernet
interface statistics .the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
index
The index number, the value range of statistical information
table is 1 ~ 65535
Interface mane
To monitor the source port
ower
Set the table creator, range: 1 ~ 30 characters of a string
【instruction】
At the time of configuration Rmon Snmp functions must be open, otherwise the prompt
dialog box will appear.
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【Configuration example】
Such as: set up monitoring Ethernet port after 4 to check the data.
4.10.2.2 History group
In the navigation bar to select“Snmp>Rmon config>history group”, Record the history
of an Ethernet interface information. the following picture.
【parameter description】
parameter
description
index
Historical control table item index number, value range is 1 ~
65535
Interface name
To record the Ethernet interface
Maximum number of Set the history control table item of the corresponding table
samples
capacity, namely the Max for number of records the history
table, value range is 1 ~ 65535
Sample period
Set up the statistical period, scope for 5 ~ 3600, the unit is in
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seconds
owner
Set the table creator, range: 1 ~ 30 characters of a string
【instruction】
At the time of configuration Rmon Snmp functions must be open, otherwise the prompt
dialog box will appear.
【Configuration example】
Such as: monitor Ethernet port 4 historical information.
4.10.2.3 Event group
In the navigation bar to select“Snmp >Rmon config>event group”, The way in which
define events trigger and record them. the following picture.
【parameter description】
parameter
description
index
The index number, the value range of the event table is 1 ~
65535
description
The Trap events, when the event is triggered, the system will
send the Trap message
Log events, when the event is triggered, the system will log
owner
Set the table creator, ownername for 1 ~ 30 characters of a
string
【instruction】
At the time of configuration Rmon Snmp functions must be open, otherwise the prompt
dialog box will appear.
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【Configuration example】
Such as: create an event to trigger 345, the system sends the trap message and log .
4.10.2.4 Alarm group
In the navigation bar to select“ Snmp>Rmon config>alarm group”, define alarm
group.the following picture.
【parameter description】
parameter
description
index
The alarm list items index number, value range is 1 ~ 65535
Static table
Statistical type values :3:DropEvents. 4:Octets. 5:Pkts.
6:BroadcastPkts.
7:MulticastPkts.
8:CRCAlignErrors.
9:UndersizePkts.
10:OversizePkts.
11:Fragments.
12:Jabbers.
12:Collisions.
14:Pkts64Octets.
15:Pkts65to127Octets.
16:Pkts128to255Octets.
17:Pkts256to511Octets.
18:Pkts512to1023Octets.
19:Pkts1024to1518Octets
statistical index
Set up the corresponding statistics statistical index number,
decided to statistics to monitor the port number
Sampling interval
Sampling time interval, the scope for 5 ~ 65535, the unit for
seconds
The sampling type
Sample types for the absolute value of sampling, the
sampling time arrived directly extracting the value of a
variable
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The latest sampling
Sampling type for change value sampling, extraction of the
arrival of the sampling time is variable in the change of the
sampling interval value
The alarm threshold Set the upper limit the parameter values
upper limit
The alarm threshold Set the lower limit parameter values
lower limit
Above/below
the Upper/lower limit reached, for each event
threshold
limit
of
events
owner
Set the table creator, ownername for 1 ~ 30 characters of a
string
【instruction】
At the time of configuration Rmon Snmp functions must be open, otherwise the prompt
dialog box will appear.This configuration need to configure statistics groups and events.
【Configuration example】
Such as: new statistics group of 77 and the event group 345, set up more than 12 and
below the lower limit 3 , Beyond the scope of alarm .
4.11 SYSTEM
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM”, you can set to the system config 、 system
update、config management、config save、administor privileges and info collect.
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4.11.1 System config
4.11.1.1 System settings
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>system config>System settings”, Basic
information set switch. the following picture:
【parameter description】
parameter
description
Device name
switch name
Manage VLAN
Switches use VLAN management
Manage ip
Switch IP address management
timeout
Don't use more than login timeout after login to log in again
【Configuration example】
Such as: 1) set up the VLAN 2 is management VLAN, should first created vlan 2 the
VLAN Settings, and set a free port in the VLAN 2.
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2) insert the PC interface 9 or 10 ports, set up the management IP for 192.168.2.12,
device name is yoyo, timeout for 20 minutes , Jumboframe for 5000.
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3) use 192.168.1.12 logging in, sets the system time .
4.11.1.2 System restart
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>system config>system restart”, equipment
can be restarted. the following picture:
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【instruction】
Click the button to restart the switch.The restart process may take 1 minute. Please wait
patiently. The page will be refreshed automatically after device restart.
【Configuration example】
Such as:click“restart”button.
4.11.1.3 Password change
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>system config>password change”, The
password change to equipment. the following picture:
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【instruction】
1. If you set a new Web login password, then log in again after seting the new
password.
2. Password can not contain Chinese, full-width characters, question marks and spaces.
3.If forget the password reset, can be reset in the console.
switch(config)# password admin
New Password:3456
Confirm Password:3456
【Configuration example】
Such as: amend the password to 1234.
4.11.1.4 SSH login
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>system config>ssh login”, SSH open.the
following picture:
【instruction】
Configure the user to be able to switch through the SSH login device.
【Configuration example】
Such as:SSH open, you can CRT to log in.
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4.10.1.5 Telnet login
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>system config>Telnet login”, Telnet open.The
following picture:
【instruction】
Configure the user to be able to switch through the Telnet login device.
【Configuration example】
Such as:Telnet open, PC Telnet functiono open, you can log in .
4.11.1.6 System log
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>password change>system log”, to view the
log and set up the log server. the following picture:
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【parameter description】
parameter
description
Log switch
Open and close
Server ip
Appoint to server address
Send log level
0-7
key
Enter the required query of characters
【instruction】
Open log switch, set up the syslog server, system log will automatically be pushed to the
server.
【Configuration example】
Such as: 1) the error log information in 192.168.2.1 pushed to the server
2) input the Mac keywords , click “query”button, click on the "clear log" button, can clear
the log .
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4.11.2 System upgrade
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>system upgrade”, Optional upgrade file to
upgrade. the following picture.
【instruction】
1 please confirm that the upgraded version of the same model and the same model.
2 in the upgrade process, you may encounter flash to make the page is temporarily unable
to respond to the page, this time can not power off or restart the device, until prompted to
upgrade successfully!
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4.11.3 Config management
4.11.3.1 Current configuration
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>config management>current configuration”,
can import and export configuration files, the backup file. the following picture:
【instruction】
Import process can not be closed or refresh the page, or import will fail!
After the introduction of configuration, to enable the new configuration, please in this page
Restart device Otherwise configuration does not take effect.
【Configuration example】
Such as: 1) in the configuration first save the page, click save configuration to save the
current configuration, then export the configuration.
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2) import configuration.
3)backup.
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4.11.3.2 Configuration backup
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>config management>configuration backup”,
you can configure backup file.the following picture:
【instruction】
Operating this page should be in the current configuration page first, the backup file.
【Configuration example】
Such as:restore backup.
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4.10.3.3 Restore factory configuration
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>config management>restore factory
configuraton”, Can export the current configuration and restore factory configuration .the
following picture:
【instruction】
Restore the factory configuration, will delete all the current configuration. If you have any
useful configuration, the current system can lead the factory configuration again after the
current configuration.
【Configuration example】
Such as: restore configuration can be the guide before they leave the current
configuration .
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4.11.4 Config save
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>config save”, you can save current
configuration.the following picture.
【instruction】
Save settings will delete all default configurations. If there are useful configurations,
clickbackup Configurationsbefore save the settings.
【Configuration example】
Such as:click“save settings”button.
4.11.5 Administrator privileges
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>administrator privileges”, Configurable
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ordinary users. the following picture.
【instruction】
Only the admin of the super administrator can access this page is used to manage users
and visitors. The user can log in the Web management system of equipment for routine
maintenance. In addition to the admin and user, can add up to five users. Ordinary users
can only access information system home page.
【Configuration example】
Such as:
4.11.6 Info collect
In the navigation bar to select“SYSTEM>info collect”, you can collect to the system
debug information.the following picture.
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【instruction】
collect useful infomation, it may take a few moment .
【Configuration example】
Such as: click on "collect" button .
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Appendix: Technical Specifications
Hardware Features
IEEE 802.3i, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE 802.3x,
IEEE 802.3z, IEEE 802.3at, IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.1q,
IEEE 802.1p
Standards
Network Media (Cable)
10Base-T: UTP category 3, 4, 5 cable (maximum 100m)
100Base-Tx: UTP category 5, 5e cable (maximum 100m)
1000Base-T: UTP category 5e, 6 cable (maximum 100m)
1000Base-SX:62.5μm/50μm MMF(2m~550m)
1000Base-LX:62.5μm/50μm MMF(2m~550m) Or 10μm
SMF(2m~5000m)
Number of Ports
8 x 10/100/1000Mbps Auto-Negotiation ports
2 x 1000Mbps SFP ports
1 x Console port
Transfer Method
Store-and-Forward
Switching Capacity
20Gbps
MAC Address Table
8K
Packet Forwarding Rate
14.88Mpps
Packet Buffer
4.1Mbit
Jumbo Frame
9216Bytes
PoE Ports(RJ45)
8* PoE ports compliant with 802.3at/af
Power Pin Assignment
1/2(+), 3/6(-)
PoE Budget
140W
MAC Address Learning
Automatically learning, automatically update 8K Table
Dimensions (L × W × H)
280*180*44.3 mm
Power Supply
AC 100V~240V 50/60Hz (Internal Power supply)
Power consumption
Max 161W
Indicators
Environment
(220V/50Hz)
Per Device
Power, System
Per Port
Link/Activity/Speed, PoE
Operating Temperature: 0℃~50℃
Storage Temperature: -40℃~70℃
Operating Humidity: 10%~90% non-condensing
Storage humidity: 5%~90% non-condensing
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Software Specification
Basic function
Three layers of functional
 Ethernet Setup
 The ARP deception, the  ACE capacity
 STP/RSTP/MSTP
The security policy
network cheating
 ACL
 Storm-Eontrol
 Filtering the IP port
 QoS
 Port Monitor
 Static binding IP and  DAI
 Port rate-limit
 MAC filtering
MAC
 Arp trust port
 Static routing capacity
 Ping and Traceroute
VLAN
Safety features
Application protocol
 Port based VLAN
 Radius

DHCP Relay
 802.1Q VLAN
 Tacacs+

DHCP snooping
 Preventing DOS attacks

DHCP Client
 dot1x

FTP/TFTP
 The gateway ARP
deception
Management
Other function
POE Management
 HTTP WEB
 LLDP
 POE Status
 Telnet
 IGMP Snooping
 Power supply
 SSH
 SNMPV1, V2c, V3
management
 Console
 RMON(1, 2, 3, 9)
mode(auto/energy/static)
 The port priority
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