INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
CNGE2FE24MS
ENVIRONMENTALLY HARDENED MANAGED ETHERNET SWITCH WITH (24)
10/100TX + (2) 10/100/1000TX RJ45 OR 1000 FX SFP PORTS
V1.02 – October 2009
The ComNet™ CNGE2FE24MS Managed Ethernet Switch provides transmission of (24) 10/100
BASE-TX and (2) 10/100/1000TX or 1000FX combo ports. Unlike most Ethernet switches, these
environmentally hardened units are designed for deployment in difficult operating environments,
and are available for use with either conventional CAT-5e copper or optical transmission media.
The 24 electrical ports support the 10/100 Mbps Ethernet IEEE 802.3 protocol, and autonegotiating and auto-MDI/MDIX features are provided for simplicity and ease of installation. 2 ports
are 10/100/1000 configurable for copper or fiber media for use with multimode or single mode optical
fiber, selected by optional SFP modules. These network managed layer 2 switches are optically
(1000 BASE-FX) and electrically compatible with any IEEE 802.3 compliant Ethernet devices. Plugand-play design ensures ease of installation, and no electrical or optical adjustments are ever
required. The CNGE2FE24MS incorporates LED indicators for monitoring the operating status of the
managed switch and network. These units are rack mountable.
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FCC Warning
This Equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class-A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy. It may cause harmful interference to radio communications
if this equipment is not installed and used in accordance with the instructions.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CE Mark Warning
This is a Class-A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate
measures.
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Content
FCC Warning ............................................................... i
CE Mark Warning ........................................................ i
Content ....................................................................... ii
Introduction ................................................................ 1
Hardware Features .................................................. 1
Software Feature...................................................... 4
Package Contents .................................................... 7
Hardware Description................................................ 8
Physical Dimension .................................................. 8
Front Panel............................................................... 9
Rear Panel ............................................................... 9
LED Indicators........................................................ 11
Cabling ................................................................... 12
Desktop Installation ................................................ 16
Attaching Rubber Feet......................................................16
Rack-mounted Installation...................................... 16
Network Application ................................................ 18
X-Ring Application.................................................. 19
Couple Ring Application ......................................... 20
Dual Homing Application ........................................ 21
Console Management.............................................. 22
Connecting to the Console Port ............................. 22
Login in the Console Interface ............................... 22
CLI Management.................................................... 23
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Web-Based Management ........................................ 26
About Web-based Management ............................ 26
Preparing for Web Management ............................ 26
System Login ......................................................... 27
System ...................................................................... 28
System Information ................................................ 28
IP Configuration ..................................................... 29
DHCP Server – System configuration .................... 31
DHCP Server – Client Entries ................................ 32
DHCP Server - Port and IP Bindings ..................... 33
TFTP - Update Firmware ....................................... 34
TFTP – Restore Configuration ............................... 34
TFTP - Backup Configuration................................. 35
System Event Log – Syslog Configuration ............. 35
System Event Log - SMTP Configuration .............. 37
System Event Log - Event Configuration ............... 39
Fault Relay Alarm................................................... 41
SNTP Configuration ............................................... 42
IP Security .............................................................. 44
User Authentication ................................................ 46
Advanced Configuration—Broadcast Storm Filter . 46
Advanced Configuration—Aging Time ................... 47
Advanced Configuration—Jumbo Frame ............... 48
1000TX Cable Length ............................................ 49
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Port............................................................................ 50
Port Statistics ......................................................... 50
Port Counters ......................................................... 51
Port Control ............................................................ 54
Port Trunk .............................................................. 56
Aggregator setting ............................................................56
Aggregator Information .....................................................58
State Activity .....................................................................59
Port Mirroring ......................................................... 61
Rate Limiting .......................................................... 62
VLAN configuration ................................................ 63
VLAN configuration - Port-based VLAN............................63
802.1Q VLAN....................................................................67
Rapid Spanning Tree ............................................. 72
RSTP - System Configuration...........................................73
RSTP—Port Configuration ..................................... 75
SNMP Configuration .............................................. 77
System Configuration .......................................................77
Trap Configuration ................................................. 79
SNMPV3 Configuration.....................................................80
QoS Configuration.................................................. 83
QoS Policy and Priority Type............................................83
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IGMP Configuration................................................ 85
LLDP Configuration ................................................ 86
X-Ring .................................................................... 87
Security .................................................................. 89
802.1X/Radius Configuration............................................89
MAC Address Table..........................................................92
Access Control List ................................................ 97
Factory Default ....................................................... 98
Save Configuration................................................. 98
System Reboot....................................................... 98
Troubleshooting ...................................................... 99
Incorrect connections ............................................. 99
Diagnosing LED Indicators................................... 100
Appendix A—RJ45 Pin Assignment .................... 101
10 /100BASE-TX Pin outs ..............................................101
10/100Base-TX Cable Schematic...................................102
10/100/1000Base-TX Pin outs........................................103
10/100/1000Base-TX Cable Schematic..........................103
Appendix B—Command Sets ............................... 105
Commands Set List ........................................................105
System Commands Set ..................................................105
Port Commands Set .......................................................109
Trunk Commands Set.....................................................111
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VLAN Commands Set.....................................................113
Spanning Tree Commands Set ......................................115
QOS Commands Set ......................................................118
IGMP Commands Set.....................................................118
Mac / Filter Table Commands Set ..................................119
SNMP Commands Set....................................................121
Port Mirroring Commands Set ........................................124
802.1x Commands Set ...................................................124
TFTP Commands Set .....................................................127
SystemLog, SMTP and Event Commands Set...............128
SNTP Commands Set ....................................................130
X-Ring Commands Set ...................................................132
LLDP Command Set.......................................................133
Access Control List Command Set .................................133
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Introduction
The 24 10/100TX + 2 10/100/1000T/SFP Combo Managed Industrial Switch is a costeffective solution and meets the high reliability requirements demanded by industrial
applications. Using fiber port can extend the connection distance that increases the network
elasticity and performance.
Hardware Features
IEEE 802.3 10Base-T Ethernet
IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX / 100Base-FX
IEEE802.3z Gigabit fiber
IEEE802.3ab 1000Base-T
IEEE802.3x Flow Control and Back Pressure
IEEE Standard
IEEE802.3ad Port trunk with LACP
IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree/ IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning
Tree
IEEE802.1p Class of Service
IEEE802.1Q VLAN Tag
IEEE 802.1x User Authentication (Radius)
IEEE802.1ab LLDP
Switch
Architecture
Back-plane (Switching Fabric): 8.8Gbps
Packet throughput ability (Full-Duplex):
13.1Mpps@64bytes
14,880 pps for 10Base-T Ethernet port
Transfer Rate
148,800 pps for 100Base-TX/FX Fast Ethernet port
1,488,000 pps for Gigabit Fiber Ethernet port
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Packet Buffer
4Mbits
MAC address
8K MAC address table
Flash ROM
4Mbytes
DRAM
32Mbytes
Jumbo Frame
9022bytes (for Gigabit Ports)
RS-232 console : Female DB-9
Connector
10/100TX: 24 x RJ45
10/100/1000T/ Mini-GBIC Combo: 2 x RJ45 + 2 x SFP
sockets
DC-PWR1, DC-PWR2: Green, Fault: Red
LED
Link/Activity (P1 ~ P26): Green
FDX (P1 ~ P24): Amber
FDX/COL (P25, P26): Amber
10Base-T: 2-pair UTP/STP Cat. 3, 4, 5, 5e cable
EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm (100m)
Network Cable
100Base-TX: 2-pair UTP/STP Cat. 5/5e cable
EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm (100m)
1000Base-TX: 2-pair UTP/STP Cat. 5e cable
EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm (100m)
DC 12V ~ 48V – A readily accessible disconnect device
as part of the building installation shall be incorporated
Power Supply
into the fixed wiring. Moreover, The disconnect device
(appropriate circuit breaker) must be included in the
ungrounded supply conductor.
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Redundant Power
Supply
Power
Consumption
Operating Temp.
Operation
Humidity
Storage
Temperature
DC 12V ~ 48V
16.2 Watts
-40oC to 75oC
5% to 95% (Non-condensing)
-40oC to 85oC
Case Dimension
440mm (W) x 280mm (D) x 44mm (H)
Installation
19” Rack mount
FCC Class A, CE EN61000-4-2 (ESD),
CE EN61000-4-3 (RS), CE EN-61000-4-4 (EFT), CE
EMI
EN61000-4-5 (Surge), CE EN61000-4-6 (CS), CE
EN61000-4-8, CE EN61000-4-12,
CE EN61000-6-2, CE EN61000-6-4, C-Tick
Safety
Stability testing
UL, cUL, CE/EN60950-1
IEC60068-2-32 (Free fall), IEC60068-2-27 (Shock),
IEC60068-2-6 (Vibration)
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Software Feature
SNMP v1
Management
SNMP v2c
SNMP v3
Web/Telnet/Console (CLI)
RFC 2418 SNMP MIB, RFC 1213 MIBII, RFC 2011
SNMP V2 MIB, RFC 1493 Bridge MIB,
SNMP MIB
RFC 2674 VLAN MIB, RFC 1215 Trap MIB, RFC 1643
Ethernet Like, RFC 1757 RMON1, RSTP MIB, LLDP
MIB, Private MIB
Port based VLAN, up to 24 groups
IEEE802.1Q Tag VLAN
VLAN
Static VLAN groups up to 256, Dynamic VLAN group
up to 2048, VLAN ID from 1 to 4096.
GVRP up to 256 groups.
Port Trunk with
LACP Port Trunk: 13 Trunk groups/Maximum 4 trunk
LACP
members
LLDP
Spanning Tree
Supports LLDP to allow switch to advertise its
identification and capability on the LAN
Supports IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree and IEEE802.1w
Rapid Spanning Tree
Supports X-Ring, Dual Homing, Couple Ring and
X-Ring
Central Ring topology
Provides redundant backup feature and the recovery
time below 20ms
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Quality of service
Class of Service
Port Security
Port Mirror
IGMP
The quality of service determined by port, Tag and
IPv4 Type of service, IPv4 Different Service
Supports IEEE802.1p class of service, per port
provides 4 priority queues
Supports 50 entries of MAC address for static MAC
and another 50 for MAC filter
Supports 3 mirroring types: “RX, TX and Both packet”
Supports IGMP snooping v1, v2
256 multicast groups and IGMP query
Supports 10 IP addresses that have permission to
IP Security
access the switch management and to prevent
unauthorized intruder
Login Security
Access Control
List (ACL)
Supports IEEE802.1X Authentication/RADIUS
Supports up to 256 Policy
Support ingress packet filter and egress packet limit
The egress rate control supports all of packet type and
the limit rates are 0~100Mbps
Bandwidth
Ingress filter packet type combination rules are
Control
Broadcast/Multicast/Unknown Unicast packet,
Broadcast/Multicast packet, Broadcast packet only and
all of packet. The packet filter rate can be set from 0 to
100Mbps
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Flow Control
System log
SMTP
Supports Flow Control for Full-duplex and Back
Pressure for Half-duplex
Supports System log record and remote system log
server
Supports 1 SMTP Server and 6 e-mail accounts for
receiving event alert
Provides one relay output for port breakdown and
Relay Alarm
power failure
Alarm Relay current carry ability: 1A @ DC 24V
1. Device cold start,
2. Authorization failure,
SNMP Trap
3. X-Ring topology changed.
4. Port link up/ link down.
Trap station up to 3
DHCP
DNS
SNTP
Firmware
Upgrade
Configuration
Upload and
Download
Provides DHCP Client/DHCP Server/IP Relay
functions
Provides DNS client feature
Supports Primary and Secondary DNS server
Supports SNTP to synchronize system clock in
Internet
Supports TFTP & Console firmware update
Supports binary format configuration file for system
quick installation (TFTP backup and restore)
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Package Contents
Please refer to the package contents list below to verify them against the checklist.
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24 10/100TX + 2 10/100/1000T/SFP Combo Managed Industrial Switch x 1
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User manual x 1
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Pluggable Terminal Block x 1
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Mounting plate x 2
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DB-9P/F TO DB-9P/M 150cm RoHS cable x 1
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Rubber feet
Compare the contents with the standard checklist above. If any item is damaged or missing,
please contact the local dealer for service.
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Hardware Description
In this paragraph, the Industrial switch’s hardware spec, port, cabling information, and
wiring installation will be described.
Physical Dimension
24 10/100TX + 2 10/100/1000T/SFP Combo Managed Industrial Switch dimension (W x D x
H) is 17.6” x 11.2” x 1.75” (440mm x 280mm x 44mm)
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Front Panel
The Front Panel of 24 10/100TX + 2 10/100/1000T/SFP Combo Managed Industrial Switch
is shown as below:
Front Panel of the Managed Industrial Switch
Rear Panel
The rear panel of 24 10/100TX + 2 10/100/1000T/SFP Combo Managed Industrial Switch
has one terminal block connector. The ten-pin screw clamp terminal strip is for power
supply connections and connections to the fault relay. Redundant power sources may be
used.
The fault relay can be configured to change from its normally open state in response to any
or all of the following conditions using the GUI check boxes shown in the image below:
•
failure of power supply 1
•
failure of power supply 2
•
failure or a port
•
failure of a link to the port
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Pin-outs follow:
PWR1
Pin 1 or Pin 2 = +12 to +48 VDC
Pin 3 or Pin 4 = -12 VDC to -48 VDC
PWR2
Pin 7 or Pin 8 = +12 to +48 VDC
Pin 9 or Pin 10 = -12 VDC to -48 VDC
Fault
Pin 5 and Pin 6 = normally open relay secondary, contacts rated at 24 VDC 1A max, resistive
loads only
Rear Panel of the Managed Industrial Switch
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LED Indicators
The diagnostic LEDs located on the front panel of the industrial switch provide real-time
information of the system and optional status. The following table provides the description
of the LED status and their meanings for the switch.
LED
Status
Description
Green
DC power input 1 is active
Off
DC power input 1 is inactive
Green
DC power input 2 is active
Off
DC power input 2 is inactive
Red
DC power input 1 or 2 is inactive or port link down
DC-PWR1
DC-PWR2
Fault
Off
DC power 1/DC Power 2/port linking are all active,
or no power inputs
Green
The port is connecting with the device
Blink
The port is receiving or transmitting data
Off
No device attached
FDX
Amber
The port is operating in Full-duplex mode
(Port 1 ~ 24)
Off
In Half-duplex mode
Amber
The port is operating in Full-duplex mode
Blink
Collision of Packets occurs in the port
Off
In Half-duplex mode
LNK/ACT
(Port 1 ~ 26)
FDX/COL
(Port 25, 26)
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Cabling

Use four twisted-pair, Category 5e or above cabling for RJ45 port connection. The
cable between the switch and the link partner (switch, hub, workstation, etc.) must be
less than 100 meters (328 ft.) long.

Fiber segment using a small form-factor pluggable, a single-mode connector can be
applied to standard (such as 9/125 µm, 9.5/125 µm, or 10/125 µm) single-mode fiber
cable. Fiber spans are dependent on SFP used.

Fiber segment using a small form-factor pluggable, a multi-mode connector can be
applied to standard (such as 50 or 62.5/125 µm) multi-mode fiber cable. User can
connect two devices up to 2km distances.
To connect the transceiver and LC cable, please follow the steps shown below:
First, insert the transceiver into the SFP module. Notice that the triangle mark is the bottom
of the module.
Transceiver to the SFP module
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Transceiver Inserted
Second, insert the fiber cable of LC connector into the transceiver.
LC connector to the transceiver
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To remove the LC connector from the transceiver, please follow the steps shown below:
First, press the upper side of the LC connector to release from the transceiver and pull it out.
Remove LC connector
Second, push down the metal loop and pull the transceiver out by the plastic handle.
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Pull out from the transceiver
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Desktop Installation
Set the Switch on a sufficiently large flat space with a power outlet nearby. The surface
where you put your switch should be clean, smooth, level and sturdy.
Make sure there is enough clearance around the Switch to allow attachment of cables,
power cord and allow air circulation.
Attaching Rubber Feet
A.
Make sure mounting surface on the bottom of the Switch is grease and dust free.
B.
Remove adhesive backing from your Rubber Feet.
C.
Apply the Rubber Feet to each corner on the bottom of the Switch. These footpads
can prevent the Switch from shock/vibration.
Attaching Rubber Feet to each corner on the bottom of the Switch
Rack-mounted Installation
The Switch comes with a rack-mounted kit and can be mounted in an EIA standard size,
19-inch Rack. It can be placed in a wiring closet with other equipment.
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Perform the following steps to rack-mount the switch:
A.
Position one plate to align with the holes on one side of the Switch and secure it with
the smaller plate screws. Then, attach the remaining plate to the other side of the
Switch.
Attach mounting plates with screws
B.
After attaching both mounting plates, position the Switch in the rack by lining up the
holes in the plates with the appropriate holes on the rack. Secure the Switch to the
rack with a screwdriver and the rack-mounting screws.
Mount the Switch in an EIA standard 19-inch Rack
Note: For proper ventilation, allows about at least 4 inches (10 cm) of clearance on the
front and 3.4 inches (8 cm) on the back of the Switch. This is especially important for
enclosed rack installation.
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Network Application
This segment provides the samples to help user have more actual idea of industrial
switch application. For the sample applications of the industrial switch, see the figures
below.
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X-Ring Application
The industrial switch supports the X-Ring protocol that can help the network system to
recover from network connection failure within 20ms or less, and make the network
system more reliable. The X-Ring algorithm is similar to Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
and Rapid STP (RSTP) algorithm but its recovery time is less than STP/RSTP. The figure
below is a sample of X-Ring application.
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Couple Ring Application
In the network, it may have more than one X-Ring group. Using the coupling ring function
can connect each X-Ring for the redundant backup. It can ensure the transmissions
between two ring groups not to fail. The following figure is a sample of coupling ring
application.
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Dual Homing Application
Dual Homing function is to prevent the connection loss from between X-Ring group and
upper level/core switch. Assign two ports to be the Dual Homing port that is backup port
in the X-Ring group. The Dual Homing function only works when the X-Ring function is
active. Each X-Ring group only has one Dual Homing port.
[NOTE] In Dual Homing application architecture, the upper level switches need to enable
the Rapid Spanning Tree protocol.
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Console Management
Connecting to the Console Port
Use the supplied RS-232 cable to connect between a terminal/PC and the console port.
The terminal or PC to being connected must support the terminal emulation program.
Connecting the switch to a terminal via RS-232 cable
Login in the Console Interface
When the connection between Switch and PC is ready, turn on the PC and run a terminal
emulation program or Hyper Terminal and configure its communication parameters to
match the following default characteristics of the console port:
Baud Rate: 9600 bps
Data Bits: 8
Parity: none
Stop Bit: 1
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Flow control: None
The settings of communication parameters
After finishing the parameter settings, click ‘OK’. When the blank screen shows up, press
Enter key to bring out the login prompt. Key in ‘admin’ (default value) for both User
name and Password (use Enter key to switch), then press Enter key and the Main Menu
of console management appears.
Console login interface
CLI Management
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The system supports the console management—CLI command. After you log in on the
system, you will see a command prompt. To enter CLI management interface, type in
“enable” command.
CLI command interface
The following table lists the CLI commands and description.
Modes
Access
Method
Exit
Prompt
Method
About This Mode
The user commands
available at the user
level are a subset of
Begin a
User EXEC
session with
switch>
your switch.
Enter
those available at the
logout or
privileged level.
quit.
Use this mode to
• Perform basic tests.
• Display system
information.
The privileged
Enter the
Privileged
EXEC
command is the
enable
command
switch#
while in User
EXEC mode.
Enter
advanced mode.
disable to
Use this mode to
exit.
• Display advanced
function status
• Save configuration
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Enter the
configure
Global
command
switch
Configuration
while in
(config)#
privileged
EXEC mode.
To exit to
Use this mode to
privileged
configure those
EXEC
parameters that are
mode, enter
going to be applied to
exit or end
your switch.
Enter the
vlan
VLAN
database
database
command
while in
To exit to
switch
user EXEC
(vlan)#
mode, enter
exit.
privileged
Use this mode to
configure VLANspecific parameters.
EXEC mode.
Enter the
To exit to
interface of
global
fast Ethernet
configuratio
command
n mode,
Use this mode to
Interface
(with a
switch
enter exit.
configure parameters
configuration
specific
(config-if)#
To exit to
for the switch and
interface)
privileged
Ethernet ports.
while in global
EXEC
configuration
mode, enter
mode
exit or end.
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Web-Based Management
This section introduces the configuration and functions of the Web-Based management.
About Web-based Management
There is an embedded HTML web site residing in flash memory on CPU board of the
switch, which offers advanced management features and allows users to manage the
switch from anywhere on the network through a standard browser such as Microsoft
Internet Explorer.
The Web-Based Management supports Internet Explorer 6.0 or later version. And, it is
applied for Java Applets for reducing network bandwidth consumption, enhance access
speed and present an easy viewing screen.
Preparing for Web Management
Before using the web management, install the industrial switch on the network and make
sure that any one of the PCs on the network can connect with the industrial switch
through the web browser. The industrial switch default value of IP, subnet mask,
username and password are listed as below:
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IP Address: 192.168.10.1
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Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
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Default Gateway: 192.168.10.254
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User Name: admin
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Password: admin
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System Login
1.
Launch the Internet Explorer on the PC
2.
Key in “http:// “+” the IP address of the switch”, and then Press “Enter”.
3.
The login screen will appear right after.
4.
Key in the user name and password. The default user name and password are the
same as ‘admin’
5.
Press Enter or click OK, and then the home screen of the Web-based management
shows up.
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System
System Information
Assign the system name and location and view the system information.

System Name: Assign the system name of the switch (The maximum length is 64
bytes)

System Description: Describes the switch.

System Location: Assign the switch physical location (The maximum length is 64
bytes).

System Contact: Enter the name of contact person or organization.

Firmware Version: Displays the switch’s firmware version.

Kernel Version: Displays the kernel software version.

MAC Address: Displays the unique hardware address assigned by manufacturer
(default).
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And than, click
.
System information interface
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IP Configuration
User can configure the IP Settings and DHCP client function in here.

DHCP Client: Enable or disable the DHCP client function. When DHCP client
function is enabled, the industrial switch will be assigned an IP address from the
network DHCP server. The default IP address will be replaced by the assigned IP
address on DHCP server. After user click Apply, a popup dialog shows up. It is to
inform the user that when the DHCP client is enabled, the current IP will lose and
user should find the new IP on the DHCP server.
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IP Address: Assign the IP address that the network is using. If DHCP client function
is enabled, and then the user doesn’t need to assign the IP address. And, the
network DHCP server will assign the IP address displaying in this column for the
industrial switch. The default IP is 192.168.10.1.

Subnet Mask: Assign the subnet mask to the IP address. If DHCP client function is
enabled, and then the user does not need to assign the subnet mask.

Gateway: Assign the network gateway for the industrial switch. The default gateway
is 192.168.10.254.

DNS1: Assign the primary DNS IP address.

DNS2: Assign the secondary DNS IP address.

And then, click
.
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IP configuration interface
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DHCP Server – System configuration
DHCP is the abbreviation of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol that is a protocol for
assigning dynamic IP addresses to devices on a network. With dynamic addressing, a
device can have a different IP address every time it connects to the network. In some
systems, the device's IP address can even change while it is still connected. DHCP also
supports a mix of static and dynamic IP addresses. Dynamic addressing simplifies
network administration because the software keeps track of IP addresses rather than
requiring an administrator to manage the task. This means that a new computer can be
added to a network without the hassle of manually assigning it a unique IP address.
The system provides the DHCP server function. Enable the DHCP server function, the
switch system will be a DHCP server.

DHCP Server: Enable or Disable the DHCP Server function. Enable—the switch will
be the DHCP server on your local network.

Low IP Address: Type in an IP address. Low IP address is the beginning of the
dynamic IP range. For example, dynamic IP is in the range between 192.168.10.100
~ 192.168.10.200. In contrast, 192.168.10.100 is the Low IP address.

High IP Address: Type in an IP address. High IP address is the end of the dynamic
IP range. For example, dynamic IP is in the range between 192.168.10.100 ~
192.168.10.200. In contrast, 192.168.10.200 is the High IP address.

Subnet Mask: Type in the subnet mask of the IP configuration.

Gateway: Type in the IP address of the gateway in your network.

DNS: Type in the Domain Name Server IP Address in your network.

Lease Time (sec): It is the time period that system will reset the dynamic IP
assignment to ensure the dynamic IP will not been occupied for a long time or the
server doesn’t know that the dynamic IP is idle.

And then, click
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DHCP Server Configuration interface
DHCP Server – Client Entries
When the DHCP server function is active, the system will collect the DHCP client
information and displays it at this tab.
DHCP Client Entries interface
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DHCP Server - Port and IP Bindings
Assign the dynamic IP address to the port. When the device is connecting to the port and
asks for IP assigning, the system will assign the IP address that has been assigned
before to the connected device.
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Port and IP Bindings interface
TFTP - Update Firmware
It provides the functions that allow user to update the switch firmware. Before updating,
make sure the TFTP server is ready and the firmware image is located on the TFTP
server.
1.
TFTP Server IP Address: Type in your TFTP server IP.
2.
Firmware File Name: Type in the name of firmware image.
3.
Click
.
Update Firmware interface
TFTP – Restore Configuration
You can restore the configuration from TFTP server. Before doing that, you must put the
image file on TFTP server first and the switch will download back the flash image.
1.
TFTP Server IP Address: Type in the TFTP server IP.
2.
Restore File Name: Type in the correct file name for restoring.
3.
Click
.
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Restore Configuration interface
TFTP - Backup Configuration
You can save the current configuration from flash ROM to TFTP server for restoring later.
1.
TFTP Server IP Address: Type in the TFTP server IP.
2.
Backup File Name: Type in the file name.
3.
Click
.
Backup Configuration interface
System Event Log – Syslog Configuration
Configure the system event mode to collect system log.
1.
Syslog Client Mode: Select the system log mode—Client Only, Server Only, or
Both.
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2.
System Log Server IP Address: Assign the system log server IP.
3.
When Syslog Client Mode is set as Client Only, the system event log will only be
reserved in the switch’s RAM until next reboot. When Syslog Client Mode is set as
Server Only, the system log will only be sent to the syslog server and you have to
type the IP address of the Syslog Server in the “Syslog Server IP Address” column.
If the Syslog Client Mode is set as Both, the system log will be reserved in the
switch’s RAM and sent to server.
4.
Click
to refresh the events log.
5.
Click
to clear all current events log.
5.
After configuring, Click
.
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Syslog Configuration interface
System Event Log - SMTP Configuration
You can set up the mail server IP, mail account, password, and forwarded email account
for receiving the event alert.
1.
Email Alert: Enable or disable the email alert function.
2.
SMTP Server IP: Set up the mail server IP address (when Email Alert enabled, this
function will then be available).
3.
Sender: Type in an alias of the switch in complete email address format, e.g.
switch101@123.com, to identify where the event log comes from.
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4.
Authentication: Tick the checkbox to enable this function, configuring the email
account and password for authentication (when Email Alert enabled, this function
will then be available).
5.
Mail Account: Set up the email account, e.g. johnadmin, to receive the alert. It must
be an existing email account on the mail server, which you had set up in SMTP
Server IP Address column.
6.
Password: Type in the password to the email account.
7.
Confirm Password: Reconfirm the password.
8.
Rcpt e-mail Address 1 ~ 6: You can also assign up to 6 e-mail accounts to receive
the alert.
9.
Click
.
SMTP Configuration interface
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System Event Log - Event Configuration
The user must enable the Syslog or SMTP first to configure the condition setting in this
page. When the Syslog/SMTP checkbox is marked, the event log will be sent to system
log server/SMTP server. Also, per port log (link up, link down, and both) events can be
sent to the system log server/SMTP server with the respective checkbox ticked. After
configuring, click

to have the setting taken effect.
System event selection: There are 4 event types—Device cold start, Device warm
start, Authentication Failure, and X-ring topology change. Before you can tick the
checkbox of each event type, the Syslog Client Mode column on the Syslog
Configuration tab/E-mail Alert column on the SMTP Configuration tab must be
enabled first.

Device cold start: When the device disconnects the power supply and reconnect to it, the system will issue a log event.

Device warm start: When the device reboots, the system will issue a log event.

Authentication Failure: When the authentication fails, the system will issue a
log event.

X-ring topology change: When the X-ring topology has changed, the system
will issue a log event.

Port event selection: Also, before the drop-down menu items are available, the
Syslog Client Mode column on the Syslog Configuration tab and the E-mail Alert
column on the SMTP Configuration tab must be enabled first. Those drop-down
menu items have 3 selections—Link UP, Link Down, and Link UP & Link Down.
Disable means no event will be sent to the system log server/SMTP server.

Link UP: The system will issue a log message when port connection is up only.

Link Down: The system will issue a log message when port connection is down
only.

Link UP & Link Down: The system will issue a log message when port
connection is up and down.
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Event Configuration interface
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Fault Relay Alarm

Power Failure: Tick the checkbox to enable the function of lighting up the FAULT
LED on the panel when power fails.

Port Link Down/Broken: Tick the checkbox to enable the function of lighting up
FAULT LED on the panel when Ports’ states are link down or broken.
Fault Relay Alarm interface
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SNTP Configuration
You can configure the SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) settings. The SNTP allows
you to synchronize switch clocks in the Internet.
1.
SNTP Client: Enable/disable SNTP function to get the time from the SNTP server.
2.
Daylight Saving Time: Enable/disable daylight saving time function. When daylight
saving time is enabled, you need to configure the daylight saving time period.
3.
UTC Timezone: Set the switch location time zone. The following table lists the
different location time zone for your reference.
Local Time Zone
Conversion from UTC Time at 12:00 UTC
November Time Zone
- 1 hour
11am
Oscar Time Zone
-2 hours
10 am
ADT - Atlantic Daylight
-3 hours
9 am
-4 hours
8 am
-5 hours
7 am
-6 hours
6 am
-7 hours
5 am
-8 hours
4 am
ALA - Alaskan Standard
-9 hours
3 am
HAW - Hawaiian Standard
-10 hours
2 am
Nome, Alaska
-11 hours
1 am
AST - Atlantic Standard
EDT - Eastern Daylight
EST - Eastern Standard
CDT - Central Daylight
CST - Central Standard
MDT - Mountain Daylight
MST - Mountain Standard
PDT - Pacific Daylight
PST - Pacific Standard
ADT - Alaskan Daylight
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CET - Central European
FWT - French Winter
+1 hour
1 pm
+2 hours
2 pm
BT - Baghdad, USSR Zone 2
+3 hours
3 pm
ZP4 - USSR Zone 3
+4 hours
4 pm
ZP5 - USSR Zone 4
+5 hours
5 pm
ZP6 - USSR Zone 5
+6 hours
6 pm
WAST - West Australian Standard
+7 hours
7 pm
CCT - China Coast, USSR Zone 7
+8 hours
8 pm
JST - Japan Standard, USSR Zone 8
+9 hours
9 pm
+10 hours
10 pm
+12 hours
Midnight
MET - Middle European
MEWT - Middle European Winter
SWT - Swedish Winter EET - Eastern European, USSR
Zone 1
EAST - East Australian Standard
GST
Guam Standard, USSR Zone 9 IDLE - International Date Line
NZST - New Zealand Standard
NZT - New Zealand 4.
SNTP Sever URL: Set the SNTP server IP address.
5.
Switch Timer: Displays the current time of the switch.
6.
Daylight Saving Period: Set up the Daylight Saving beginning time and Daylight
Saving ending time. Both will be different in every year.
7.
Daylight Saving Offset (mins): For non-US and European countries, specify the
amount of time for day light savings.
8.
Click
.
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SNTP Configuration interface
IP Security
IP security function allows the user to assign 10 specific IP addresses that have
permission to access the switch through the web browser for the securing switch
management.

IP Security Mode: When this option is in Enable mode, the Enable HTTP Server
and Enable Telnet Server checkboxes will then be available.

Enable HTTP Server: When this checkbox is ticked, the IP addresses among
Security IP1 ~ IP10 will be allowed to access this switch via HTTP service. When IP
Security is Enable and this checkbox is not ticked, no user is allowed to login via
HTTP.

Enable Telnet Server: When this checkbox is ticked, the IP addresses among
Security IP1 ~ IP10 will be allowed to access this switch via telnet service. When IP
Security is Enable and this checkbox is not ticked, no user is allowed to login via
Telnet.

Security IP 1 ~ 10: The system allows the user to assign up to 10 specific IP
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addresses for access security. Only these 10 IP addresses can access and manage
the switch through the HTTP/Telnet service.

And then, click
[NOTE]
to have the configuration taken effect.
Remember to execute the “Save Configuration” action, otherwise the new
configuration will lose when the switch powers off.
IP Security interface
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User Authentication
Change web management login user name and password for the management security
issue.

User name: Type in the new user name (The default is ‘root’)

Password: Type in the new password (The default is ‘root’)

Confirm password: Re-type the new password

And then, click
User Authentication interface
Advanced Configuration—Broadcast Storm Filter
This page enables user to select the filter packet type. All the packet types filtering
conditions could be selected at the same time.

Flooded Unicast/Multicast Packets: When this check box is ticked, the switch will
filter the packet type of Flooded Unicast/Multicast.

Control Packets: Tick this check box to enable the switch to filter the packet type of
control.
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
IP Multicast Packets: Tick this check box to enable the switch to filter the packet
type of IP Multicast.

Broadcast Packets: Tick this check box to enable the switch to filter the packet type
of broadcast.

Broadcast Storm Rate: User can set the filtering rate range from 1/2 of ingress to
1/16 of ingress.

And then, click
to have the configuration taken effect.
Broadcast Storm Filter interface
Advanced Configuration—Aging Time
This tab is used to assign the aging time of MAC table.

Aging Time of MAC Table: Select the aging time as OFF, 150 sec, 300 sec, or 600
sec. When MAC table is not used within the aging time, the MAC address table will
then be cleared.

Auto Flush MAC Table When Link Down: When this item is enabled, the switch
will flush its MAC address table when link down.
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
And then, click
to have the configuration taken effect.
Aging Time interface
Advanced Configuration—Jumbo Frame
This tab is used to enable the jumbo frame function.

Enable Jumbo Frame: When this check box is ticked, the Gigabit port of the switch
extends the frame to 9022bytes.

And then, click
to have the configuration taken effect.
Jumbo Frame interface
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1000TX Cable Length
This tab is used to allow port 25 and port 26 to support Cat5e or Cat6 cable length longer
than 10 meters.

To support long cable: Uncheck the check box for the port(s) you would like to
effect.

And then, click
to have the configuration taken effect.
Jumbo Frame interface
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Port
Port Statistics
The following information provides the current port statistic information.

Port: Displays the port number.

Type: Displays the media type of the port.

Link: The status of linking—‘Up’ or ‘Down’.

State: The user can set the state of the port as ‘Enable’ or ‘Disable’ via Port Control.
When the state is disabled, the port will not transmit or receive any packet.

Tx Good Packet: The counts of transmitting good packets via this port.

Tx Bad Packet: The counts of transmitting bad packets (including undersize [less
than 64 bytes], oversize, CRC Align errors, fragments and jabbers packets) via this
port.

Rx Good Packet: The counts of receiving good packets via this port.

Rx Bad Packet: The counts of receiving bad packets (including undersize [less than
64 bytes], oversize, CRC error, fragments and jabbers) via this port.

Tx Abort Packet: The aborted packet while transmitting.

Packet Collision: The counts of collision packet.

Packet Dropped: The counts of dropped packet.

Rx Bcast Packet: The counts of broadcast packet.

Rx Mcast Packet: The counts of multicast packet.

Click
to clean all counts.
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Port Statistics interface
Port Counters
This chart displays the transmitted and received traffic of single port.

Select Port: Pull down the menu bar to select a particular port, and then the
counters for the port will be displayed.

RxBcastPkt: The number of good broadcast packets received.

RxOctel: The number of octels of data received (including those in bad packet,
excluding framing bits but including FCS octels, excluding RxPausePkt).
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
RxMcastPkt: The number of good multicast packets received except broadcast
packets).

RxFCSErr: The number of packets received that had a bad FCS or RX ER asserted
with the proper and integral octels.

RxOverSizePkt: The number of packets received that were longer than
Max_Pkt_Len (=1522 bytes) and were otherwise well formed.

RxAlignErr: The number of packets received that had a bad FCS or RX_ER
asserted with the proper and non-integral octels.

RxJabber: The number of packets received that were longer than Max_Pkt_Len
(=1522 bytes) and had a bad FCS or RX_ER asserted.

RxFragment: The number of packets received that were less than 64 octels long
and had a bad FCS or RX_ER asserted.

RxUndersizePkt: The number of packets received that were less than 64 octels
long and were otherwise well formed.

RxPkt64: The number of packets received that were 64 octels in length including
bad packets but excluding RxPausePkt.

RxPkt65to127: The number of packets received that were between 65 and 127
octels in length (including error packets).

RxPkt128to255: The number of packets received that were between 128 and 255
octels in length (including error packets).

RxPkt256to511: The number of packets received that were between 256 and 511
octels in length (including error packets).

RxPkt512to1023: The number of packets received that were between 511 and 1023
octels in length (including error packets).

RxPkt1024to1522: The number of packets received that were between 1024 and
the Max_Pkt_Len (=1522 bytes) octels in length (including error packets).

TxUcastPkt: The number of unicast packet transmitted.

TxBcastPkt: The number of broadcast packet transmitted.

TxOctel: The number of octels transmitted (only for good packets excluding
TxPausePkt).
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
TxSingleCollisn:
The
number
of
successfully
transmitted
packets
which
transmission is inhibited by exactly one collision.

TxMultiCollisn: The number of successfully transmitted packets which transmission
is inhibited by more than one collision.

TxCollisn: The number of collisions on this Ethernet segment.

TxDefferTrans: The number of packets for which the first transmission attempt is
delayed because medium is busy.

DropFwdLkup: The number of unicast packets dropped after forwarding table
lookup.

DropIn: The number of packets dropped because the input FIFO overrun and the
FC violation.

TxMcst: The number of multicast packet transmitted.

TxPause: The number of Pause Packet transmitted.

RxPause: The number of Pause Packet received.

TxUnderrun: The number of packets dropped because the output FIFO underrun.

Click Clear to reset the figures.
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Port Control
In Port control, you can view and set the operation mode of each port.
1.
Port: Select the port that you want to configure.
2.
State: Current port status. The port can be set to disable or enable mode. If the port
state is set as ‘Disable’, it will not receive or transmit any packet.
3.
Negotiation: Auto and Force. Being set as Auto, the speed and duplex mode are
negotiated automatically. When you set it as Force, you have to assign the speed
and duplex mode manually.
4.
Speed: It is available for selecting when the Negotiation column is set as Force.
When the Negotiation column is set as Auto, this column is read only.
5.
Duplex: It is available for selecting when the Negotiation column is set as Force.
When the Negotiation column is set as Auto, this column is read only.
6.
Flow Control: Set flow control function as Enable or Disable. When enabled, once
the device exceed the input data rate of another device as a result the receiving
device will send a PAUSE frame which halts the transmission of the sender for a
specified period of time. When disabled, the receiving device will drop the packet if
too much to process.
7.
Security: Once the Security selection is set as ‘On’, any access from the device that
connects to this port will be blocked unless the MAC address of the device is
included in the static MAC address table. See the segment of MAC Address Table Static MAC Addresses.
8.
Click
to make the configuration taken effect.
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Port Control interface
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Port Trunk
Port trunking is the combination of several ports or network cables to expand the
connection speed beyond the limits of any one single port or network cable. Link
Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP), which is a protocol running on layer 2, provides a
standardized means in accordance with IEEE 802.3ad to bundle several physical ports
together to form a single logical channel. All the ports within the logical channel or socalled logical aggregator work at the same connection speed and LACP operation
requires full-duplex mode.
Aggregator setting

System Priority: A value that is used to identify the active LACP. The switch with
the lowest value has the highest priority and is selected as the active LACP peer of
the trunk group.

Group ID: There are 13 trunk groups to be selected. Assign the "Group ID" to the
trunk group.

LACP: When enabled, the trunk group is using LACP. A port that joins an LACP
trunk group has to make an agreement with its member ports first. Please notice that
a trunk group, including member ports split between two switches, has to enable the
LACP function of the two switches. When disabled, the trunk group is a static trunk
group. The advantage of having the LACP disabled is that a port joins the trunk
group without any handshaking with its member ports; but member ports won’t know
that they should be aggregated together to form a logic trunk group.

Work ports: This column field allows the user to type in the total number of active
port up to four. With LACP static trunk group, e.g. you assign four ports to be the
members of a trunk group whose work ports column field is set as two; the exceed
ports are standby/redundant ports and can be aggregated if working ports fail. If it is
a static trunk group (non-LACP), the number of work ports must equal the total
number of group member ports.
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
Select the ports to join the trunk group. The system allows a maximum of four ports
to be aggregated in a trunk group. Click
and the ports focused in the
right side will be shifted to the left side. To remove unwanted ports, select the ports
and click

.
When LACP enabled, you can configure LACP Active/Passive status for each port
on the State Activity tab.

Click
.

Use
to delete Trunk Group. Select the Group ID and click
.
Port Trunk—Aggregator Setting interface (four ports are added to the left field with LACP enabled)
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Aggregator Information
When you have setup the aggregator setting with LACP disabled, you will see the local
static trunk group information in here.
1.
Group Key: Displays the trunk group ID.
2.
Port Member: Displays the members of this static trunk group.
Port Trunk—Aggregator Setting interface (two ports are added to the left field with LACP disable)
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Port Trunk – Aggregator Information interface
State Activity
Having set up the LACP aggregator on the tab of Aggregator Setting, you can configure
the state activity for the members of the LACP trunk group. You can tick or cancel the
checkbox beside the state display. When you remove the tick mark to the port and click
, the port state activity will change to Passive.

Active: The port automatically sends LACP protocol packets.

Passive: The port does not automatically send LACP protocol packets, and
responds only if it receives LACP protocol packets from the opposite device.
[NOTE]
1. A link having either two active LACP nodes or one active node can
perform dynamic LACP trunk.
2. A link having two passive LACP nodes will not perform dynamic
LACP trunk because both ports are waiting for an LACP protocol
packet from the opposite device.
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Port Trunk – State Activity interface
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Port Mirroring
The Port mirroring is a method for monitoring traffic in switched networks. Traffic through
ports can be monitored by one specific port, which means traffic goes in or out
Monitored (source) port will be duplicated into Analysis (destination) port.
Port Trunk – Port Mirroring interface

Mode: Choose the type of being monitored packets. RX means only the received
packets of the monitored port will be copied and sent to the analysis port. TX means
only the transmitted packets of the monitored port will be copied and sent to the
analysis port. Both RX/TX means both received & transmitted packets of the
monitored port will be copied and sent to the analysis port.

Analysis Port: There is only one port can be selected to be the analysis (destination)
port for monitoring both RX and TX traffic which come from the source port. Users
can connect the analysis port to LAN analyzer or Netxray.

Monitored Port: Choose a port number to be monitored. Only one port can be
monitored during the monitoring process.

And then, click
.
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Rate Limiting
All the ports support packet ingress and egress rate control. For example, assume the
wire speed of port 1 is 100Mbps; users can set its effective egress rate as 2Mbps,
ingress rate as 1Mbps. The switch performs the ingress rate by packet counter to meet
the specified rate.

Inrate: Enter the port effective ingress rate (The default value is “0”).

OutRate: Enter the port effective egress rate (The default value is “0”).
The rate range for port 1 to 24 is from 1 to 100 Mbps and the rate range for port 25, 26 is
from 1 to 1000 Mbps. The zero means disabled.
Rate Limiting interface
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VLAN configuration
A Virtual LAN (VLAN) is a logical network grouping that limits the broadcast domain,
which would allow you to isolate network traffic, so only the members of the same VLAN
will receive traffic from the ones of the same VLAN. Basically, creating a VLAN from a
switch is logically equivalent of reconnecting a group of network devices to another Layer
2 switch. However, all the network devices are still plugged into the same switch
physically.
The switch supports Port-based and 802.1Q (tagged-based) VLAN. The default
configuration of VLAN operation mode is Disable.
VLAN Configuration interface
VLAN configuration - Port-based VLAN
Packets can go among only members of the same VLAN group. Note all unselected ports
are treated as belonging to another single VLAN. If the port-based VLAN enabled, the
VLAN-tagging is ignored.
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In order for an end station to send packets to different VLAN groups, it itself has to be
either capable of tagging packets it sends with VLAN tags or attached to a VLAN-aware
bridge that is capable of classifying and tagging the packet with different VLAN ID based
on not only default PVID but also other information about the packet, such as the protocol.
VLAN – Port Based interface

Pull down the selection item and focus on Port Based then press
the VLAN Operation Mode in Port Based mode.

Click
to add a new VLAN group.
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to set
VLAN—Port Based Add interface

Enter the group name and VLAN ID. Add the port number having selected into the
right field to group these members to be a VLAN group or remove any of them listed
in the right field from the VLAN.

And then, click
to have the settings taken effect.

You will see the VLAN displays.
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VLAN—Port Based Edit/Delete interface

Use
to delete the VLAN.

Use
to modify group name, VLAN ID, or add/remove the members of the
existing VLAN group.
[NOTE]
Remember to execute the “Save Configuration” action, otherwise the new
configuration will lose when switch power off.
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802.1Q VLAN
Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) can be implemented on the switch to logically create
different broadcast domain.
When the 802.1Q VLAN function is enabled, all ports on the switch belong to default
VLAN of VID 1, which means they logically are regarded as members of the same
broadcast domain. The valid VLAN ID is in the range of number between 1 and 4094.
The amount of VLAN groups is up to 256 including default VLAN that cannot be deleted.
Each member port of 802.1Q is on either an Access Link (to be VLAN-tagged) or a Trunk
Link (will not be VLAN-tagged). All frames into an Access Link carry no VLAN
identification. Conversely, all frames into a Trunk Link are previously VLAN-tagged.
Besides, there is the third mode—Hybrid. A Hybrid Link can carry both VLAN-tagged
frames and untagged frames. A single port is supposed to belong to one VLAN group,
except when it is on a Trunk/Hybrid Link.
The technique of 802.1Q tagging inserts a 4-byte tag, including VLAN ID of the
destination port—PVID, in the frame. With the combination of Access/Trunk/Hybrid Links,
the communication across switches also can make the packet sent through tagged and
untagged ports.
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802.1Q Configuration

Pull down the selection item and focus on 802.1Q then press
to set the
VLAN Operation Mode in 802.1Q mode.

Enable GVRP Protocol: GVRP (GARP VLAN Registration Protocol) is a protocol
that facilitates control of virtual local area networks (VLANs) within a larger network.
GVRP conforms to the IEEE 802.1Q specification, which defines a method of
tagging frames with VLAN configuration data. This allows network devices to
dynamically exchange VLAN configuration information with other devices. For
example, having enabled GVRP on two switches, they are able to automatically
exchange the information of their VLAN database. Therefore, the user doesn’t need
to manually configure whether the link is trunk or hybrid, the packets belonging to the
same VLAN can communicate across switches. Tick this checkbox to enable GVRP
protocol. This checkbox is available while the VLAN Operation Mode is in 802.1Q
mode.

Management VLAN ID: Only when the VLAN members, whose Untagged VID
(PVID) equals to the value in this column, will have the permission to access the
switch. The default value is ‘0’ that means this limit is not enabled (all members in
different VLANs can access this switch).

Select the port you want to configure.

Link Type: There are 3 types of link type.

Access Link: A segment which provides the link path for one or more stations
to the VLAN-aware device. An Access Port (untagged port), connected to the
access link, has an untagged VID (also called PVID). After an untagged frame
gets into the access port, the switch will insert a four-byte tag in the frame. The
contents of the last 12-bit of the tag is untagged VID. When this frame is sent
out through any of the access port of the same PVID, the switch will remove the
tag from the frame to recover it to what it was. Those ports of the same
untagged VID are regarded as the same VLAN group members.
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Note: Because the access port doesn’t have an understanding of tagged frame, the
column field of Tagged VID is not available.

Trunk Link: A segment which provides the link path for one or more VLANaware devices (switches). A Trunk Port, connected to the trunk link, has an
understanding of tagged frame, which is used for the communication among
VLANs across switches. Which frames of the specified VIDs will be forwarded
depends on the values filled in the Tagged VID column field. Please insert a
comma between two VIDs.
Note:
1. A trunk port doesn’t insert tag into an untagged frame, and therefore the untagged
VID column field is not available.
2. It’s not necessary to type ‘1’ in the tagged VID. The trunk port will forward the frames
of VLAN 1.
3. The trunk port has to be connected to a trunk/hybrid port of the other switch. Both the
tagged VID of the two ports have to be the same.

Hybrid Link: A segment which consists of Access and Trunk links. The hybrid
port has both the features of access and trunk ports. A hybrid port has a PVID
belonging to a particular VLAN, and it also forwards the specified tagged-frames
for the purpose of VLAN communication across switches.
Note:
1.
2.

It’s not necessary to type ‘1’ in the tagged VID. The hybrid port will forward the
frames of VLAN 1.
The trunk port has to be connected to a trunk/hybrid port of the other switch. Both
the tagged VID of the two ports have to be the same.
Untagged VID: This column field is available when Link Type is set as Access Link
and Hybrid Link. Assign a number in the range between 1 an 4094.

Tagged VID: This column field is available when Link Type is set as Trunk Link and
Hybrid Link. Assign a number in the range between 1 an 4094.
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
Click
to have the configuration take effect.

You can see the link type, untagged VID, and tagged VID information of each port in
the table below on the screen.
802.1Q VLAN interface
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Group Configuration
Edit the existing VLAN Group.

Select the VLAN group in the table list.

Click
.
Group Configuration interface

You can modify the VLAN group name and VLAN ID.
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Group Configuration interface

Click
.
Rapid Spanning Tree
The Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) is an evolution of the Spanning Tree Protocol
and provides for faster spanning tree convergence after a topology change. The system
also supports STP and the system will auto-detect the connected device that is running
STP or RSTP protocol.
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RSTP - System Configuration

The user can view spanning tree information of Root Bridge.

The user can modify RSTP state. After modification, click

.
RSTP mode: The user must enable the RSTP function first before configuring
the related parameters.

Priority (0-61440): The switch with the lowest value has the highest priority and
is selected as the root. If the value is changed, the user must reboot the switch.
The value must be a multiple of 4096 according to the protocol standard rule.

Max Age (6-40): The number of seconds a switch waits without receiving
Spanning-tree
Protocol
configuration
messages
before
attempting
a
reconfiguration. Enter a value between 6 through 40.

Hello Time (1-10): The time that controls the switch to send out the BPDU
packet to check RSTP current status. Enter a value between 1 through 10.

Forward Delay Time (4-30): The number of seconds a port waits before
changing from its Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol learning and listening states to
the forwarding state. Enter a value between 4 through 30.
[NOTE]
Follow the rule as below to configure the MAX Age, Hello Time, and Forward
Delay Time.
2 x (Forward Delay Time value –1) > = Max Age value >= 2 x (Hello Time
value +1)
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RSTP System Configuration interface
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RSTP—Port Configuration
You can configure path cost and priority of every port.

Select the port in the port column field.

Path Cost: The cost of the path to the other bridge from this transmitting bridge at
the specified port. Enter a number 1 through 200,000,000.

Priority: Decide which port should be blocked by priority in LAN. Enter a number 0
through 240 (the port of the highest value will be blocked). The value of priority must
be the multiple of 16.

Admin P2P: Some of the rapid state transactions that are possible within RSTP are
dependent upon whether the port concerned can only be connected to exactly one
other bridge (i.e. it is served by a point-to-point LAN segment), or can be connected
to two or more bridges (i.e. it is served by a shared medium LAN segment). This
function allows the P2P status of the link to be manipulated administratively. True is
P2P enabling. False is P2P disabling.

Admin Edge: The port directly connected to end stations won’t create bridging loop
in the network. To configure the port as an edge port, set the port to “True” status.

Admin Non Stp: The port includes the STP mathematic calculation. True is not
including STP mathematic calculation. False is including the STP mathematic
calculation.

Click
.
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RSTP Port Configuration interface
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SNMP Configuration
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is the protocol developed to manage
nodes (servers, workstations, routers, switches and hubs etc.) on an IP network. SNMP
enables network administrators to manage network performance, find and solve network
problems, and plan for network growth. Network management systems learn of problems
by receiving traps or change notices from network devices implementing SNMP.
System Configuration

Community Strings
Here you can define the new community string set and remove the unwanted community
string.

String: Fill the name string.

RO: Read only. Enables requests accompanied by this community string to
display MIB-object information.

RW: Read write. Enables requests accompanied by this community string to
display MIB-object information and to set MIB objects.

Click
.

To remove the community string, select the community string that you have
defined and click
. You cannot edit the name of the default
community string set.

Agent Mode: Select the SNMP version that you want to use and then click
to switch to the selected SNMP version mode. The default value is
‘SNMP v1/v2c only’
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SNMP System Configuration interface
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Trap Configuration
A trap manager is a management station that receives the trap messages generated by
the switch. If no trap manager is defined, no traps will be issued. Create a trap manager
by entering the IP address of the station and a community string. To define a
management station as a trap manager, assign an IP address, enter the SNMP
community strings, and select the SNMP trap version.

IP Address: Enter the IP address of the trap manager.

Community: Enter the community string.

Trap Version: Select the SNMP trap version type—v1 or v2c.

Click

To remove the community string, select the community string listed in the current
.
managers field and click
.
Trap Managers interface
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SNMPV3 Configuration
Configure the SNMP V3 function.
Context Table
Configure SNMP v3 context table. Assign the context name of context table. Click
to add context name. Click
to remove the unwanted context name.
User Profile
Configure SNMP v3 user table..

User ID: Set up the user name.

Authentication Password: Set up the authentication password.

Privacy Password: Set up the private password.

Click

Click
to add the context name.
to remove the unwanted context name.
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SNMP V3 configuration interface
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Group Table
Configure SNMP v3 group table.

Security Name (User ID): Assign the user name that you have set up in user table.

Group Name: Set up the group name.

Click

Click
to add the context name.
to remove the unwanted context name.
Access Table
Configure SNMP v3 access table.

Context Prefix: Set up the context name.

Group Name: Set up the group.

Security Level: Set up the access level.

Context Match Rule: Select the context match rule.

Read View Name: Set up the read view.

Write View Name: Set up the write view.

Notify View Name: Set up the notify view.

Click

Click
to add the context name.
to remove the unwanted context name.
MIBview Table
Configure MIB view table.

ViewName: Set up the name.

Sub-Oid Tree: Fill the Sub OID.

Type: Select the type—excluded or included.
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
Click

Click
to add the context name.
to remove the unwanted context name.
QoS Configuration
You can configure QoS mode, 802.1p priority [7-0] setting, Static Port Ingress Priority
setting and TOS setting.
QoS Policy and Priority Type

Qos Mode: Select the QoS policy rule.

Disable QoS Priority: The default status of Qos Priority is disabled.

High Empty Then Low: When all the high priority packets are empty in queue,
low priority packets will be processed then.

Highest:SecHigh:SecLow:Lowest:8:4:2:1: The switch will follow 8:4:2:1 rate
to process priority queue from Highest to lowest queue. For example: the
system will process 80 % highest queue traffic, 40 % SecHigh queue traffic, 20
% SecLow queue traffic, and 10 % Lowest queue traffic at the same time. And
the traffic in the Lowest Priority queue are not transmitted until all Highest,
SecHigh, and SecLow traffic are serviced.

Highest:SecHigh:SecLow:Lowest:15:7:3:1:
The
process
order
is
in
order
is
in
compliance with the transfer rate of 15:7:3:1.

Highest:SecHigh:SecLow:Lowest:15:10:5:1:
The
process
compliance with the transfer rate of 15:10:5:1.

802.1p priority [7-0]: Configure per priority level. Each priority has 4 priority levels—
Highest, SecHigh, SecLow, and Lowest.

Default Ingress Port Priority Mapping: The port ingress level is from 0 to 7.

TOS/DSCP Priority Mapping: The system provides 0 ~ 63 TOS priority level. Each
level has 8 priorities—0 ~ 7. The default value is "0" priority for each level. When the
IP packet is received, the system will check the TOS level value in the IP packet that
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has received. For example, user set the TOS level 25 as 0. The port 1 is following
the TOS priority policy only. When the port 1 packet received, the system will check
the TOS value of the received IP packet. If the TOS value of received IP packet is 25
(priority = 0), and then the packet priority will have highest priority.
QoS Configuration interface
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IGMP Configuration
The Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is an internal protocol of the Internet
Protocol (IP) suite. IP manages multicast traffic by using switches, routers, and hosts that
support IGMP. Enabling IGMP allows the ports to detect IGMP queries, report packets,
and manage IP multicast traffic through the switch. IGMP has three fundamental types of
message shown as follows:
Message
Description
A message sent from the querier (IGMP router or switch)
Query
asking for a response from each host belonging to the
multicast group.
A message sent by a host to the querier to indicate that the
Report
host wants to be or is a member of a given group indicated
in the report message.
Leave
A message sent by a host to the querier to indicate that the
Group
host has quit being a member of a specific multicast group.
The switch supports IP multicast. You can enable IGMP protocol via setting the IGMP
Configuration page to see the IGMP snooping information. IP multicast addresses are in
the range of 224.0.0.0 through 239.255.255.255.

IGMP Protocol: Enable or disable the IGMP protocol.

IGMP Query: Select the IGMP query function as Enable or Auto to set the switch as
a querier for IGMP version 2 multicast networks.

Click
.
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IGMP Configuration interface
LLDP Configuration
LLDP (Link Layer Discovery Protocol) function allows the switch to advertise its
information to other nodes on the network and store the information it discovers.

LLDP Protocol: Disable or enable LLDP function.

LLDP Interval: Set the interval of learning the information time in second.

Click
.
LLDP Configuration interface
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X-Ring
X-Ring provides a faster redundant recovery than Spanning Tree topology. The action is
similar to STP or RSTP, but the algorithms between them are not the same.
In the X-Ring topology, every switch should be enabled with X-Ring function and two
ports should be assigned as the member ports in the ring. Only one switch in the X-Ring
group would be set as the master switch that one of its two member ports would be
blocked, called backup port, and another port is called working port. Other switches in the
X-Ring group are called working switches and their two member ports are called working
ports. When the failure of network connection occurs, the backup port of the master
switch (Ring Master) will automatically become a working port to recover from the failure.
The switch supports the function and interface for setting the switch as the ring master or
not. The ring master can negotiate and place command to other switches in the X-Ring
group. If there are 2 or more switches in master mode, the software will select the switch
with lowest MAC address number as the ring master. The X-Ring master ring mode can
be enabled by setting the X-Ring configuration interface. Also, the user can identify
whether the switch is the ring master by checking the R.M. LED indicator on the panel of
the switch.
The system also supports the Couple Ring that can connect 2 or more X-Ring group for
the redundant backup function; Dual Homing function that can prevent connection lose
between X-Ring group and upper level/core switch.

Enable Ring: To enable the X-Ring function, tick the checkbox beside the Enable
Ring string label. If this checkbox is not ticked, all the ring functions are unavailable.

Enable Ring Master: Tick the checkbox to enable this switch to be the ring
master.

1st & 2nd Ring Ports: Pull down the selection menu to assign the ports as the
member ports. 1st Ring Port is the working port and 2nd Ring Port is the
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backup port. When 1st Ring Port fails, the system will automatically upgrade the
2nd Ring Port to be the working port.

Enable Couple Ring: To enable the coupe ring function, tick the checkbox beside
the Enable Couple Ring string label.

Couple Port: Assign the member port which is connected to the other ring
group.

Control Port: When the Enable Couple Ring checkbox is ticked, you have to
assign the control port to form a couple-ring group between the two X-rings.

Enable Dual Homing: Set up one of the ports on the switch to be the Dual Homing
port. For a switch, there is only one Dual Homing port. Dual Homing function only
works when the X-Ring function enabled.


Homing Port: Assign a port which is used to be the dual homing port.
And then, click
to have the configuration taken effect.
X-ring Interface
[NOTE]
1. When the X-Ring function enabled, the user must disable the RSTP. The X-Ring
function and RSTP function cannot exist on a switch at the same time.
2. Remember to execute the “Save Configuration” action, otherwise the new
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configuration will lose when switch powers off.
Security
In this section, you can configure the 802.1x and MAC address table.
802.1X/Radius Configuration
802.1x is an IEEE authentication specification which prevents the client from connecting
to a wireless access point or wired switch until it provides authority, like the user name
and password that are verified by an authentication server (such as RADIUS server).
System Configuration
After enabling the IEEE 802.1X function, you can configure the parameters of this
function.

IEEE 802.1x Protocol: Enable or disable 802.1x protocol.

Radius Server IP: Assign the RADIUS Server IP address.

Server Port: Set the UDP destination port for authentication requests to the
specified RADIUS Server.

Accounting Port: Set the UDP destination port for accounting requests to the
specified RADIUS Server.

Shared Key: Set an encryption key for using during authentication sessions with the
specified RADIUS server. This key must match the encryption key used on the
RADIUS Server.

NAS, Identifier: Set the identifier for the RADIUS client.

Click
.
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802.1x System Configuration interface
802.1x Per Port Configuration
You can configure the 802.1x authentication state for each port. The state provides
Disable, Accept, Reject, and Authorize.

Reject: The specified port is required to be held in the unauthorized state.

Accept: The specified port is required to be held in the Authorized state.

Authorized: The specified port is set to the Authorized or Unauthorized state in
accordance with the outcome of an authentication exchange between the Supplicant
and the authentication server.

Disable: When disabled, the specified port works without complying with 802.1x
protocol.

Click
.
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802.1x Per Port Setting interface
Misc Configuration

Quiet Period: Used to define periods of time during which it will not attempt to
acquire a supplicant (default time is 60 seconds)

TX Period: Used to determine when an EAPOL PDU is to be transmitted (default
value is 30 seconds).

Supplicant Timeout: Used to determine timeout conditions in the exchanges
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between the supplicant and authentication server (default value is 30 seconds).

Server Timeout: Used to determine timeout conditions in the exchanges between
the authenticator and authentication server (Default value is 30 seconds).

Max Requests: Used to determine the number of reauthentication attempts that are
permitted before the specific port becomes unauthorized (default value is 2 times).

Reauth Period: Used to determine a nonzero number of seconds between periodic
reauthentication of the supplications (the default value is 3,600 seconds).

Click
.
802.1x Misc Configuration interface
MAC Address Table
Use the MAC address table to ensure the port security.
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Static MAC Address
You can add a static MAC address; it remains in the switch's address table, regardless of
whether the device is physically connected to the switch. This saves the switch from
having to re-learn a device's MAC address when the disconnected or powered-off device
is active on the network again. You can add / modify / delete a static MAC address.
Add the Static MAC Address
You can add static MAC address in the switch MAC table in here.

MAC Address: Enter the MAC address of the port that should permanently forward
traffic, regardless of the device network activity.

Port No.: Pull down the selection menu to select the port number.

Click

If you want to delete the MAC address from filtering table, select the MAC address
and click
.
.
Static MAC Addresses interface
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MAC Filtering
By filtering MAC address, the switch can easily filter the pre-configured MAC address
and reduce the un-safety. You can add and delete filtering MAC address.
MAC Filtering interface

MAC Address: Enter the MAC address that you want to filter.

Click

If you want to delete the MAC address from the filtering table, select the MAC
.
address and click
.
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All MAC Addresses
You can view the port that connected device’s MAC address and the related devices’
MAC address.

Select the port.

The selected port of static & dynamic MAC address information will be displayed in
here.

Click
to clear the current port static MAC address information on screen.
All MAC Address interface
MAC Address Table—Multicast Filtering
Multicasts are similar to broadcasts, they are sent to all end stations on a LAN or VLAN.
Multicast filtering is the system by which end stations only receive multicast traffic if they
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register to join specific multicast groups. With multicast filtering, network devices only
forward multicast traffic to the ports that are connected to registered end stations.

IP Address: Assign a multicast group IP address in the range of 224.0.0.0 ~
239.255.255.255.

Member Ports: Tick the check box beside the port number to include them as the
member ports in the specific multicast group IP address.

Click
to clear the current port static MAC address information on screen.
Multicast Filtering interface
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Access Control List

Group Id: Type in the Group ID from 1 to 255.

Action: Permit and Deny.

VLAN: Select any or a particular VID.

Packet type: Select packet type—IPv4 or Non-IPv4

Src IP Address: Select any or assign an IP address with Subnet Mask for source IP
address.

Dst IP Address: Select any or assign an IP address with Subnet Mask for
destination IP address.

Ether Type: Pull down the select menu for Any, ARP or IPX.

IP Fragment: Set this item as to whether the fragment is checked or not.

L4 Protocol: Assign the L4 protocol from among ICMP(1), IGMP(2), TCP or UDP.

Current List: Displays the current list information.
Access Control List interface
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Factory Default
Reset switch to default configuration. Click
to reset all configurations to the
default value.
Factory Default interface
Save Configuration
Save all configurations that you have made in the system. To ensure the all configuration
will be saved. Click
to save the all configuration to the flash memory.
Save Configuration interface
System Reboot
Reboot the switch in software reset. Click
to reboot the system.
System Reboot interface
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Troubleshooting
Incorrect connections
The switch port can automatically detect straight or crossover cable when you link switch
with other Ethernet device. For the RJ45 connector, the user should use correct
UTP/STP cable. The link will fail if the RJ45 connector is not correctly pinned on right
position.
For fiber connection, please notice that fiber cable mode and fiber transceiver
should match.
Faulty or loose cables
Look for loose or obviously faulty connections. If they appear to be OK, make sure the
connections are snug. IF that does not correct the problem, try a different cable.
Non-standard cables
Non-standard and miss-wired cables may cause numerous network collisions and other
network problem, and can seriously impair network performance. A category 5e/6-cable
tester is a recommended tool for network installation.
RJ45 ports: Use unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) or shielded twisted-pair (STP) cable for
RJ45 connections. Also be sure that the length of any twisted-pair connection does not
exceed 100 meters (328 feet). Gigabit port should use Cat-5e or cat-6 cable for
1000Mbps connections.
Improper Network Topologies
It is important to make sure that you have a valid network topology. Common topology
faults include excessive cable length and too many repeaters (hubs) between end nodes.
In addition, you should make sure that your network topology contains no data path loops.
Between any two end nodes, there should be only one active cabling path at any time.
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Data path loops will cause broadcast storms that will severely impact your network
performance.
Diagnosing LED Indicators
To assist in identifying problems, the Switch can be easily monitored through panel
indicators, which describe common problems the user may encounter and where the
user can find possible solutions.
IF the power indicator does not light on when the power cord is plugged in, you may have
a problem with power outlet, or power cord. However, if the Switch powers off after
running for a while check for loose power connections, power losses or surges at power
outlet. IF you still cannot resolve the problem, contact your local dealer for assistance.
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Appendix A—RJ45 Pin Assignment

RJ45 ports
The UTP/STP ports will automatically sense for Fast Ethernet (10/100Base-TX
connections), or Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000Base-T connections). Auto MDI/MDIX
means that the switch can connect to another switch or workstation without changing
straight through or crossover cabling. See the figures below for straight through and
crossover cable schematic.
10 /100BASE-TX Pin outs
With10/100BASE-TX cable, pins 1 and 2 are used for transmitting data, and pins 3 and 6
for receiving data.

RJ45 Pin Assignments
Pin Number
Assignment
1
Tx+
2
Tx-
3
Rx+
6
Rx-
[NOTE] “+” and “-” signs represent the polarity of the wires that make up each wire pair.
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The table below shows the 10/100BASE-TX MDI and MDI-X port pin outs.
Pin Number
MDI-X Signal Name
MDI Signal Name
1
Receive Data plus (RD+)
Transmit Data plus (TD+)
2
Receive Data minus (RD-)
Transmit Data minus (TD-)
3
Transmit Data plus (TD+)
Receive Data plus (RD+)
6
Transmit Data minus (TD-)
Receive Data minus (RD-)
10/100Base-TX Cable Schematic
The following two figures show the 10/100Base-TX cable schematic.
Straight-through cable schematic
Cross over cable schematic
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10/100/1000Base-TX Pin outs
The following figure shows the 10/100/1000 Ethernet RJ45 pin outs.
10/100/1000Base-TX Cable Schematic
Straight through cables schematic
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Cross over cables schematic
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Appendix B—Command Sets
Commands Set List
User EXEC
E
Privileged EXEC
P
Global configuration
G
VLAN database
V
Interface configuration
I
System Commands Set
Netstar Commands
show config
Level
E
Description
Show switch
Example
switch>show config
configuration
show terminal
P
Show console
switch#show terminal
information
write memory
G
Save user
switch#write memory
configuration into
permanent memory
(flash rom)
system name
G
[System Name]
system location
G
G
[System Description]
system contact
G
[System Contact]
show system-info
switch(config)#system name xxx
name
[System Location]
system description
Configure system
E
Set switch system
switch(config)#system location
location string
xxx
Set switch system
switch(config)#system
description string
description xxx
Set switch system
switch(config)#system contact
contact window string
xxx
Show system
switch>show system-info
information
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ip address
G
[Ip-address] [Subnet-
Configure the IP
switch(config)#ip address
address of switch
192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0
mask] [Gateway]
ip dhcp
192.168.1.254
G
Enable DHCP client
switch(config)#ip dhcp
function of switch
show ip
P
Show IP information of switch#show ip
switch
no ip dhcp
G
Disable DHCP client
switch(config)#no ip dhcp
function of switch
reload
G
Halt and perform a cold switch(config)#reload
restart
default
G
Restore to default
Switch(config)#default
admin username
G
Changes a login
switch(config)#admin username
username.
xxxxxx
[Username]
(maximum 10 words)
admin password
G
[Password]
show admin
P
Specifies a password
switch(config)#admin password
(maximum 10 words)
xxxxxx
Show administrator
switch#show admin
information
dhcpserver enable
G
Enable DHCP Server
switch(config)#dhcpserver enable
dhcpserver lowip
G
Configure low IP
switch(config)#dhcpserver lowip
address for IP pool
192.168.1.1
Configure high IP
switch(config)#dhcpserver highip
address for IP pool
192.168.1.50
[Low IP]
dhcpserver highip
G
[High IP]
dhcpserver
subnetmask
G
Configure subnet mask switch(config)#dhcpserver
for DHCP clients
[Subnet mask]
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subnetmask 255.255.255.0
dhcpserver gateway
G
[Gateway]
dhcpserver dnsip
G
[DNS IP]
dhcpserver leasetime
G
[Hours]
dhcpserver ipbinding
I
[IP address]
Configure gateway for switch(config)#dhcpserver
DHCP clients
gateway 192.168.1.254
Configure DNS IP for
switch(config)#dhcpserver dnsip
DHCP clients
192.168.1.1
Configure lease time
switch(config)#dhcpserver
(in hour)
leasetime 1
Set static IP for DHCP switch(config)#interface
clients by port
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#dhcpserver
ipbinding 192.168.1.1
show dhcpserver
P
configuration
show dhcpserver
P
clients
show dhcpserver ip-
Show configuration of
switch#show dhcpserver
DHCP server
configuration
Show client entries of
switch#show dhcpserver clinets
DHCP server
P
binding
Show IP-Binding
switch#show dhcpserver ip-
information of DHCP
binding
server
no dhcpserver
G
Disable DHCP server
switch(config)#no dhcpserver
function
security enable
G
Enable IP security
switch(config)#security enable
function
security http
G
Enable IP security of
switch(config)#security http
HTTP server
security telnet
G
Enable IP security of
switch(config)#security telnet
telnet server
security ip
G
Set the IP security list
[Index(1..10)] [IP
switch(config)#security ip 1
192.168.1.55
Address]
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show security
P
Show the information
switch#show security
of IP security
no security
G
Disable IP security
switch(config)#no security
function
no security http
G
Disable IP security of
switch(config)#no security http
HTTP server
no security telnet
G
Disable IP security of
switch(config)#no security telnet
telnet server
bsf rate
G
Configure Broadcast
switch(config)#bsf rate 1/2
Storm Filter selection
bsf flooded-unicast-
G
multicast
Enable Flooded
switch(config)#bsf flooded-
Unicast/Multicast
unicast-multicast
Packets BSF
bsf control
G
Enable Control
switch(config)#bsf control
Packets BSF
bsf ip-multicast
G
Enable IP Multicast
switch(config)#bsf ip-multicast
Packets BSF
bsf broadcast
G
Packets BSF
switch(config)#bsf broadcast
no bsf flooded-unicast-
G
Disable Flooded
switch(config)#no bsf flooded-
Unicast/Multicast
unicast-multicast
multicast
Packets BSF
no bsf control
G
Disable Control
switch(config)#no bsf control
Packets BSF
no bsf ip-multicast
G
Disable IP Multicast
switch(config)#no bsf ip-multicast
Packets BSF
no bsf broadcast
G
Disable Broadcast
switch(config)#no bsf broadcast
Packets BSF
jumbo-frame
G
Enable jumbo frame
switch(config)#jumbo-frame
no jumbo-frame
G
Disable jumbo frame
switch(config)#no jumbo-frame
108
show jumbo-frame
G
Show jumbo frame
switch#show jumbo-frame
enable/disable
Port Commands Set
Netstar Commands
interface fastEthernet
Level
G
[Portid]
duplex
I
[full | half]
Description
Example
Choose the port for
switch(config)#interface
modification.
fastEthernet 2
Use the duplex
switch(config)#interface
configuration command fastEthernet 2
to specify the duplex
switch(config-if)#duplex full
mode of operation for
Fast Ethernet.
speed
I
[10|100|1000|auto]
Use the speed
switch(config)#interface
configuration command fastEthernet 2
to specify the speed
switch(config-if)#speed 100
mode of operation for
Fast Ethernet, the
speed can’t be set to
1000 if the port isn’t a
giga port.
flowcontrol
I
[Enable|Disable]
Use the flowcontrol
switch(config)#interface
configuration command fastEthernet 2
on Ethernet ports to
switch(config-if)#flowcontrol
control traffic rates
enable
during congestion.
no flowcontrol
I
Disable flow control of switch(config-if)#no flowcontrol
interface
security enable
I
Enable security of
switch(config)#interface
interface
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#security enable
109
no security
I
Disable security of
switch(config)#interface
interface
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#no security
ratelimit in
I
[Value]
Set interface input rate switch(config)#interface
limiting
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#ratelimit in 100
ratelimit out
Set interface output
switch(config)#interface
[Value]
rate limiting
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#ratelimit out 100
show ratelimit
I
Show interfaces rate
switch(config)#interface
limiting
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#show ratelimit
state
I
[Enable | Disable]
Use the state interface switch(config)#interface
configuration command fastEthernet 2
to specify the state
switch(config-if)#state Disable
mode of operation for
Ethernet ports. Use the
disable form of this
command to disable
the port.
show interface
I
configuration
show interface
switch(config)#interface
configuration status
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#show interface
configuration
show interface status
I
show interface actual
switch(config)#interface
status
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#show interface
status
110
show interface
I
accounting1
show interface statistic switch(config)#interface
counter1
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#show interface
accounting1
show interface
I
accounting2
show interface statistic switch(config)#interface
counter2
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#show interface
accounting2
no accounting
I
Clear interface
switch(config)#interface
accounting information fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#no accounting
alias [name]
I
Configure alias name
switch(config)#interface
of port
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#alias PORT002
Trunk Commands Set
Netstar Commands
aggregator priority
Level
G
[1~65535]
aggregator activityport
G
Description
Example
Set port group system switch(config)#aggregator priority
priority
22
Set activity port
switch(config)#aggregator
[Group ID][Port
activityport 2 2
Numbers]
111
aggregator group
G
Assign a trunk group
switch(config)#aggregator group
[GroupID] [Port-list]
with LACP active.
1 1-4 lacp workp 2
lacp
[GroupID] :1~3
or
workp
[Port-list]:Member port switch(config)#aggregator group
[Workport]
list, This parameter
2 1,4,3 lacp workp 3
could be a port
range(ex.1-4) or a port
list separate by a
comma(ex.2, 3, 6)
[Workport]: The
amount of work ports,
this value could not be
less than zero or be
large than the amount
of member ports.
aggregator group
G
Assign a static trunk
switch(config)#aggregator group
[GroupID] [Port-list]
group.
1 2-4 nolacp
nolacp
[GroupID] :1~3
or
[Port-list]:Member port switch(config)#aggreator group 1
list, This parameter
3,1,2 nolacp
could be a port
range(ex.1-4) or a port
list separate by a
comma(ex.2, 3, 6)
show aggregator
[Group-number]
P
Show the information
of trunk group
112
switch#show aggregator 1
no aggregator lacp
G
[GroupID]
Disable the LACP
switch(config)#no aggreator lacp
function of trunk group 1
no aggregator group
G
Remove a trunk group switch(config)#no aggreator
[GroupID]
group 2
VLAN Commands Set
Netstar Commands
vlan database
Level
P
Description
Example
Enter VLAN configure switch#vlan database
mode
vlanmode
V
[portbase| 802.1q |
To set switch VLAN
switch(vlan)#vlanmode portbase
mode.
or
gvrp]
switch(vlan)#vlanmode 802.1q
or
switch(vlan)#vlanmode gvrp
no vlan
V
Disable VLAN
Switch(vlan)#no vlan
Ported based VLAN configuration
vlan port-based
V
grpname
Add new port based
switch(vlan)#vlan port-based
VALN
grpname test grpid 2 port 2-4
Show VLAN
switch(vlan)#show vlan 23
[Group Name]
grpid
[GroupID]
port
[PortNumbers]
show vlan [GroupID]
V
or
show vlan
no vlan group
[GroupID]
information
V
Delete port base group switch(vlan)#no vlan group 2
ID
113
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN
vlan 8021q name
V
[GroupName]
vid
Change the name of
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q test vid
VLAN group, if the
22
group didn’t exist, this
[VID]
command can’t be
applied.
vlan 8021q port
V
[PortNumber]
access-link untag
Assign a access link
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q port 3
for VLAN by port, if the access-link untag 33
port belong to a trunk
[UntaggedVID]
group, this command
can’t be applied.
vlan 8021q port
V
[PortNumber]
trunk-link tag
V
[PortNumber]
hybrid-link untag
[UntaggedVID]
tag
[TaggedVID List]
vlan 8021q trunk
V
[PortNumber]
access-link untag
[UntaggedVID]
vlan 8021q trunk
[PortNumber]
trunk-link tag
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q port 3
VLAN by port. If the
trunk-link tag 2,3,6,99
port belongs to a trunk or
[TaggedVID List]
vlan 8021q port
Assign a trunk link for
group, this command
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q port 3
can’t be applied.
trunk-link tag 3-20
Assign a hybrid link for switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q port 3
VLAN by port, if the
hybrid-link untag 4 tag 3,6,8
port belong to a trunk
or
group, this command
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q port 3
can’t be applied.
hybrid-link untag 5 tag 6-8
Assign a access link
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q trunk 3
for VLAN by trunk
access-link untag 33
group
V
Assign a trunk link for
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q trunk 3
VLAN by trunk group
trunk-link tag 2,3,6,99
or
[TaggedVID List]
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q trunk 3
trunk-link tag 3-20
114
vlan 8021q trunk
V
[PortNumber]
hybrid-link untag
Assign a hybrid link for switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q trunk 3
VLAN by trunk group
or
[UntaggedVID]
tag
[TaggedVID List]
show vlan [GroupID]
switch(vlan)#vlan 8021q trunk 3
hybrid-link untag 5 tag 6-8
V
or
show vlan
no vlan group
[GroupID]
hybrid-link untag 4 tag 3,6,8
Show VLAN
switch(vlan)#show vlan 23
information
V
Delete port base group switch(vlan)#no vlan group 2
ID
Spanning Tree Commands Set
Netstar Commands
spanning-tree enable
Level
G
Description
Enable spanning tree
Example
switch(config)#spanning-tree
enable
spanning-tree priority
G
[0~61440]
spanning-tree max-age
[seconds]
G
Configure spanning tree
switch(config)#spanning-tree
priority parameter
priority 32768
Use the spanning-tree
switch(config)#spanning-tree
max-age global
max-age 15
configuration command to
change the interval
between messages the
spanning tree receives
from the root switch. If a
switch does not receive a
bridge protocol data unit
(BPDU) message from the
root switch within this
interval, it recomputed the
Spanning Tree Protocol
(STP) topology.
115
spanning-tree hello-
G
time [seconds]
Use the spanning-tree
switch(config)#spanning-tree
hello-time global
hello-time 3
configuration command to
specify the interval
between hello bridge
protocol data units
(BPDUs).
spanning-tree
G
forward-time [seconds]
Use the spanning-tree
switch(config)#spanning-tree
forward-time global
forward-time 20
configuration command to
set the forwarding-time for
the specified spanningtree instances. The
forwarding time
determines how long each
of the listening and
stp-path-cost
[1~200000000]
I
learning states last before
the port begins forwarding.
Use the spanning-tree cost switch(config)#interface
interface configuration
fastEthernet 2
command to set the path
switch(config-if)#stp-path-cost
cost for Spanning Tree
20
Protocol (STP)
calculations. In the event
of a loop, spanning tree
considers the path cost
when selecting
an interface to place into
the forwarding state.
116
stp-path-priority
I
[Port Priority]
Use the spanning-tree
switch(config)#interface
port-priority interface
fastEthernet 2
configuration command to switch(config-if)#stp-pathconfigure a port priority
priority 127
that is used when two
switches tie for position as
the root switch.
stp-admin-p2p
I
[Auto|True|False]
Admin P2P of STP priority switch(config)#interface
on this interface.
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#stp-adminp2p Auto
stp-admin-edge
I
[True|False]
Admin Edge of STP
switch(config)#interface
priority on this interface.
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#stp-adminedge True
stp-admin-non-stp
I
[True|False]
Admin NonSTP of STP
switch(config)#interface
priority on this interface.
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#stp-adminnon-stp False
show spanning-tree
E
Display a summary of the switch>show spanning-tree
spanning-tree states.
no spanning-tree
G
Disable spanning-tree.
switch(config)#no spanningtree
117
QOS Commands Set
Netstar Commands
Level
qos priority-tos
G
Description
Example
Configure TOS Priority switch(config)#qos priority-tos 9
[TosNum][Priority]
7
qos mode
G
Configure QOS mode
switch(config)#qos mode sp
G
Configure 8021p
switch(config)#qos 8021p-Priority
Priority
1 lowest
[SP|WRR|WRR1|WRR2]
qos 8021p-priority
[Index][Lowest|SecLow
|SecHigh|Highest]
qos priority-portbased
[Priority]
I
Configure COS Priority switch(config)#interface
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#qos priorityportbased 1
IGMP Commands Set
Netstar Commands
igmp enable
Level
G
Description
Example
Enable IGMP snooping switch(config)#igmp enable
function
Igmp query auto
G
Set IGMP query to
switch(config)#igmp query auto
auto mode
Igmp query force
G
Set IGMP query to
switch(config)#igmp query force
force mode
igmp query-interval [1~250
G
sec.]
igmp query-response-
G
interval
[1~250 tenths of a sec.]
igmp last-query-count
[1~2]
G
Configure query
switch(config)#igmp query-
interval
interval 10
Configure query
switch(config)#igmp query-
response interval
response-interval 60
Configure last member switch(config)#igmp last-queryquery count
count 1
118
igmp last-query-
G
interval [1~250 tenths
Configure last member switch(config)#igmp last-queryquery interval
interval 60
Show IGMP
switch#show igmp configuration
of a sec.]
show igmp
P
configuration
show igmp table
configuration
P
Show IGMP snooping switch#show igmp multi
table
no igmp
G
Disable IGMP
switch(config)#no igmp
snooping function
no igmp-query
G
Disable IGMP query
switch#no igmp-query
Mac / Filter Table Commands Set
Netstar Commands
mac-address-table
Level
I
Description
Example
Configure MAC
switch(config)#interface
static hwaddr
address table of
fastEthernet 2
[HW-Addr][VID]
interface (static).
switch(config-if)#mac-addresstable static hwaddr
000012345678 1
mac-address-table
G
filter hwaddr
Configure MAC
switch(config)#mac-address-table
address table(filter)
filter hwaddr 000012348678 1
[HW-Addr][VID]
show mac-address-
I
table
Show all MAC address switch(config)#interface
table
fastEthernet 2
switch(config-if)#show macaddress-table
show mac-address-
P
table static
show mac-addresstable filter
P
Show static MAC
switch#show mac-address-table
address table
static
Show filter MAC
switch#show mac-address-table
address table.
filter
119
no mac-address-table
I
Remove an entry of
switch(config)#interface
static hwaddr
MAC address table of
fastEthernet 2
[HW-Addr][VID]
interface (static)
switch(config-if)#no mac-addresstable static hwaddr
000012345678 1
no mac-address-table
Remove an entry of
switch(config)#no mac-address-
filter hwaddr
MAC address table
table filter hwaddr 000012348678
[HW-Addr][VID]
(filter)
1
no mac-address-table
auto-age
G
G
G
[150|300|600]
no auto-age
Remove dynamic entry switch(config)#no mac-addressof MAC address table
table
Configure auto age
switch(config)#auto-age 150
time of MAC table
G
Disable auto age time switch(config)#no auto-age
of MAC table
show auto-age
P
Display auto age time
switch#show auto-age
of MAC table
auto-flush
G
Enable auto flush MAC switch(config)#auto-flush
Table when link down
no auto-flush
G
Disable auto flush
switch(config)#no auto-flush
MAC Table when link
down
show auto-flush
P
Disable auto flush
switch#show auto-flush
function of MAC table
multicast-filtering
[IP-Addr][VID]
I
Configure multicast
switch(config)#interface
filtering entry of
fastEthernet 2
interface
switch(config-if)#multicastfiltering 239.0.0.1 1
120
no multicast-filtering
I
[IP-Addr][VID]
Remove multicast
switch(config)#interface
filtering entry of
fastEthernet 2
interface
switch(config-if)#no multicastfiltering 239.0.0.1 1
no multicast-filtering
G
[IP-Addr][VID]
show multicast-
I
filtering
Remove multicast
switch(config)#no multicast-
filtering entry
filtering 239.0.0.1 1
Show multicast filtering switch#show multicast-filtering
table
SNMP Commands Set
Netstar Commands
snmp system-name
Level
G
[System Name]
snmp system-location
G
[System Location]
snmp system-contact
G
[System Contact]
snmp agent-mode
G
[v1v2c|v3|v1v2cv3]
snmp community-
Description
Set SNMP agent
switch(config)#snmp system-
system name
name l2switch
Set SNMP agent
switch(config)#snmp system-
system location
location lab
Set SNMP agent
switch(config)#snmp system-
system contact
contact where
Select the agent mode switch(config)#snmp agent-mode
of SNMP
G
strings [Community]
Example
v1v2cv3
Add SNMP community switch(config)#snmp communitystring.
strings public right rw
Configure SNMP
switch(config)#snmp-server host
right
[RO/RW]
snmp-server host
G
[IP address]
server host information 192.168.1.50 community public
community
and community string
trap-version v1
[Community-string]
(remove)
trap-version
Switch(config)#no snmp-server
[v1|v2c]
host 192.168.1.50
121
snmpv3 context-name
G
Configure the context
switch(config)#snmpv3 context-
name
name Test
Configure the user
switch(config)#snmpv3 user
[User Name]
profile for SNMPV3
test01 group G1 password
group
agent. Privacy
AuthPW PrivPW
[Group Name]
password could be
password
empty.
[Context Name ]
snmpv3 user
G
[Authentication
Password] [Privacy
Password]
snmpv3 access
G
Configure the access
switch(config)#snmpv3 access
context-name [Context
table of SNMPV3
context-name Test group G1
Name ]
agent
security-level AuthPriv
group
match-rule Exact views V1 V1 V1
[Group Name ]
security-level
[NoAuthNoPriv|AuthNo
Priv|AuthPriv]
match-rule
[Exact|Prifix]
views
[Read View Name]
[Write View Name]
[Notify View Name]
snmpv3 mibview view
G
Configure the mibview switch(config)#snmpv3 mibview
[View Name]
table of SNMPV3
view V1 type Excluded sub-oid
type
agent
1.3.6.1
[Excluded|Included]
sub-oid
[OID]
122
show snmp
P
Show SNMP
switch#show snmp
configuration
no snmp community-
G
strings [Community]
no snmp-server host
G
[Host-address]
no snmpv3 user
G
[User Name]
Remove the specified
switch(config)#no snmp
community.
community-strings public
Remove the SNMP
switch(config)#no snmp-server
server host.
host 192.168.1.50
Remove specified user switch(config)#no snmpv3 user
of SNMPv3 agent.
Test
Remove specified
switch(config)#no snmpv3 access
context-name [Context
access table of
context-name Test group G1
Name ]
SNMPv3 agent.
security-level AuthPr
no snmpv3 access
G
group
iv match-rule Exact views V1 V1
[Group Name ]
V1
security-level
[NoAuthNoPriv|AuthNo
Priv|AuthPriv]
match-rule
[Exact|Prifix]
views
[Read View Name]
[Write View Name]
[Notify View Name]
no snmpv3 mibview
G
Remove specified
switch(config)#no snmpv3
view
mibview table of
mibview view V1 type Excluded
[View Name]
SNMPV3 agent.
sub-oid 1.3.6.1
type
[Excluded|Included]
sub-oid
[OID]
123
Port Mirroring Commands Set
Netstar Commands
Level
monitor destination
G
Description
Set destination port
[Port ID]
Example
switch(config)#monitor
destination 1
monitor source
G
Set source port
switch(config)#monitor source 2
G
Configure mode of
switch(config)#monitor mode rx
[Port ID]
monitor mode
[RX|TX|Both|Disabled]
monitor function
show monitor
P
Show port monitor
switch#show monitor
information
802.1x Commands Set
Netstar Commands
8021x enable
Level
G
Description
Example
Use the 802.1x global switch(config)#8021x enable
configuration command
to enable 802.1x
protocols.
8021x system
G
radiousip [IP address]
Use the 802.1x system switch(config)#8021x system
radious IP global
radiousip 192.168.1.1
configuration command
to change the radious
server IP.
8021x system
serverport [port ID]
G
Use the 802.1x system switch(config)#8021x system
server port global
configuration command
to change the radious
server port
124
serverport 1812
8021x system
G
accountport [port ID]
Use the 802.1x system switch(config)#8021x system
account port global
accountport 1813
configuration command
to change the
accounting port
8021x system
G
sharedkey [ID]
Use the 802.1x system switch(config)#8021x system
share key global
sharedkey 123456
configuration command
to change the shared
key value.
8021x system nasid
G
[words]
Use the 802.1x system switch(config)#8021x system
nasid global
nasid test1
configuration command
to change the NAS ID
8021x misc quietperiod
G
[sec.]
Use the 802.1x misc
switch(config)#8021x misc
quiet period global
quietperiod 10
configuration command
to specify the quiet
period value of the
switch.
8021x misc txperiod
G
[sec.]
Use the 802.1x misc
switch(config)#8021x misc
TX period global
txperiod 5
configuration command
to set the TX period.
8021x misc
supptimeout [sec.]
G
Use the 802.1x misc
switch(config)#8021x misc
supp timeout global
supptimeout 20
configuration command
to set the supplicant
timeout.
125
8021x misc
G
servertimeout [sec.]
Use the 802.1x misc
switch(config)#8021x misc
server timeout global
servertimeout 20
configuration command
to set the server
timeout.
8021x misc
G
maxrequest [number]
Use the 802.1x misc
switch(config)#8021x misc
max request global
maxrequest 3
configuration command
to set the MAX
requests.
8021x misc
G
reauthperiod [sec.]
Use the 802.1x misc
switch(config)#8021x misc
reauth period global
reauthperiod 3000
configuration command
to set the reauth
period.
8021x portstate
I
Use the 802.1x port
switch(config)#interface
[disable | reject |
state interface
fastethernet 2
accept | authorize]
configuration command switch(config-if)#8021x portstate
to set the state of the
accept
selected port.
show 8021x
E
Display a summary of
switch>show 8021x
the 802.1x properties
and also the port sates.
no 8021x
G
Disable 802.1x function switch(config)#no 8021x
126
TFTP Commands Set
Netstar Commands
backup
Level
G
flash:backup_cfg
Description
Example
Save configuration to
switch(config)#backup
TFTP and need to
flash:backup_cfg
specify the IP of TFTP
server and the file
name of image.
restore
G
flash:restore_cfg
Get configuration from switch(config)#restore
TFTP server and need flash:restore_cfg
to specify the IP of
TFTP server and the
file name of image.
upgrade
flash:upgrade_fw
G
Upgrade firmware by
switch(config)#upgrade
TFTP and need to
flash:upgrade_fw
specify the IP of TFTP
server and the file
name of image.
127
SystemLog, SMTP and Event Commands Set
Netstar Commands
systemlog ip
Level
G
[IP address]
systemlog mode
Description
Set System log server switch(config)#systemlog ip
IP address.
G
Example
192.168.1.100
Specified the log mode switch(config)#systemlog mode
[client|server|both]
both
show systemlog
E
Display system log.
Switch>show systemlog
show systemlog
P
Show system log client switch#show systemlog
& server information
no systemlog
G
Disable systemlog
switch(config)#no systemlog
functon
smtp enable
G
Enable SMTP function switch(config)#smtp enable
smtp serverip
G
Configure SMTP
switch(config)#smtp serverip
server IP
192.168.1.5
Configure subject of
switch(config)#smtp subject test
[IP address]
smtp subject
G
[subject]
smtp sender
mail
G
[sender]
smtp authentication
smtp account
G
G
[account]
smtp password
Configure sender of
switch(config)#smtp sender
mail
tester
Enable SMTP
switch(config)#smtp
authentication
authentication
Configure
switch(config)#smtp account
authentication account User
G
[password]
Configure
switch(config)#smtp password
authentication
password
smtp rcptemail
G
[Index] [Email address]
show smtp
P
Configure Rcpt e-mail switch(config)#smtp rcptemail 1
Address
Alert@test.com
Show the information
switch#show smtp
of SMTP
no smtp
G
Disable SMTP function switch(config)#no smtp
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event device-cold-start
G
[Systemlog|SMTP|Both
Set cold start event
switch(config)#event device-cold-
type
start both
Set Authentication
switch(config)#event
failure event type
authentication-failure both
Set X-ring topology
switch(config)#event ring-
changed event type
topology-change both
Set port event for
switch(config)#interface
system log
fastethernet 2
]
event authentication-
G
failure
[Systemlog|SMTP|Both
]
event ring-topology-
G
change
[Systemlog|SMTP|Both
]
event systemlog
I
[Link-UP|LinkDown|Both]
switch(config-if)#event systemlog
both
event smtp
I
[Link-UP|Link-
Set port event for
switch(config)#interface
SMTP
fastethernet 2
Down|Both]
switch(config-if)#event smtp both
show event
P
Show event selection
no event device-cold-
G
Disable cold start event switch(config)#no event device-
start
no event
type
G
authentication-failure
no event ring-
G
topology-change
switch#show event
cold-start
Disable Authentication switch(config)#no event
failure event type
authentication-failure
Disable super ring
switch(config)#no event ring-
topology changed
topology-change
event type
no event systemlog
I
Disable port event for
switch(config)#interface
system log
fastethernet 2
switch(config-if)#no event
systemlog
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no event smpt
I
Disable port event for
switch(config)#interface
SMTP
fastethernet 2
switch(config-if)#no event smtp
show systemlog
P
Show system log client switch#show systemlog
& server information
SNTP Commands Set
Netstar Commands
Level
Description
Example
sntp enable
G
Enable SNTP function switch(config)#sntp enable
sntp daylight
G
Enable daylight saving switch(config)#sntp daylight
time, if SNTP function
is inactive, this
command can’t be
applied.
sntp daylight-period
G
[Start time] [End time]
Set period of daylight
switch(config)#sntp daylight-
saving time, if SNTP
period 20060101-01:01
function is inactive, this 20060202-01-01
command can’t be
applied.
Parameter format:
[yyyymmdd-hh:mm]
sntp daylight-offset
[Minute]
G
Set offset of daylight
switch(config)#sntp daylight-
saving time, if SNTP
offset 3
function is inactive, this
command can’t be
applied.
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sntp ip [IP]
G
Set SNTP server IP, if switch(config)#sntp ip 192.169.1.1
SNTP function is
inactive, this command
can’t be applied.
sntp timezone
G
[Timezone]
Set timezone index,
switch(config)#sntp timezone 22
use “show sntp
timzezone” command
to get more information
of index number
show sntp
P
Show SNTP
switch#show sntp
information
show sntp timezone
P
Show index number of switch#show sntp timezone
time zone list
no sntp
G
Disable SNTP function switch(config)#no sntp
no sntp daylight
G
Disable daylight saving switch(config)#no sntp daylight
time
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X-Ring Commands Set
Netstar Commands
Level
Description
Example
ring enable
G
Enable X-ring
switch(config)#ring enable
ring master
G
Enable ring master
switch(config)#ring master
ring ringport
G
Configure 1st/2nd Ring switch(config)#ring ringport 7 8
[1st Ring Port] [2nd
Port
Ring Port]
ring couplering
G
Enable couple ring
switch(config)#ring couplering
ring couplering
G
Configure Coupling
switch(config)#ring couplering
Port
couplingport 1
couplingport
[Coupling Port]
ring couplering
G
Configure Control Port switch(config)#ring couplering
controlport
controlport 2
[Control Port]
ring dualhoming
G
Enable dual homing
ring dualhoming
G
Configure Dual Homing switch(config)#ring dualhoming
homingport
switch(config)#ring dualhoming
Port
homingport 3
Show the information
switch#show ring
[Dual Homing Port]
show ring
P
of X-Ring
no ring
G
Disable X-ring
switch(config)#no ring
no ring master
G
Disable ring master
switch(config)#no ring master
no ring couplering
G
Disable couple ring
switch(config)#no ring couplering
no ring dualhoming
G
Disable dual homing
switch(config)#no ring
dualhoming
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ring centralring
G
[ring ID (1~4)] [1st Ring
Enable and configure
switch(config)#ring centralring 1
central ring port
78
Disable central ring
switch(config)#no ring centralring
Port] [2nd Ring Port]
no ring centralring
G
[ring ID (1~4)]
1
LLDP Command Set
Netstar Commands
Level
Description
Example
lldp enable
G
Enable LLDP function switch(config)#lldp enable
lldp interval [TIME sec]
G
Configure LLDP
switch(config)#lldp interval 10
interval
no lldp
G
Disable LLDP function switch(config)#no lldp
show lldp
P
Show LLDP function
switch#show lldp
Access Control List Command Set
Netstar Commands
acl gid
Level
G
[Group ID]
acl action
Description
Configure ACL group
Example
switch(config)#acl gid 1
id
G
Configure ACL action
switch(config)#acl action permit
G
Configure ACL VLAN
switch(config)#acl vid any
[Permit|Deny]
acl vid
[Any|VLAN ID]
acl pktype
ID
G
[IPv4|Non-IPv4]
acl ethtype
Configure ACL packet switch(config)#acl pktype ipv4
type
G
[Any|ARP|IPX|Type
Configure ACL ether
switch(config)#acl ethtype arp
type
value]
acl sip any
G
Any Src IP
switch(config)#acl sip any
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acl sip ip
G
[IP address][Mask]
Specify Src IP and
switch(config)#acl sip ip
Mask
192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0
acl dip any
G
Any Des IP
switch(config)#acl dip any
acl dip ip
G
Specify Des IP and
switch(config)#acl dip ip
Mask
192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0
Configure ACL IP
switch(config)#acl frg check
[IP address][Mask]
acl frg
G
[Check|Uncheck]
acl l4 other
fragment
G
[Any|ICMP|IGMP|Proto
Configure ACL L4
switch(config)#acl l4 other any
protocol other type
col value]
acl l4 tcp
G
[Any|FTP|HTTP|Port
Configure ACL L4
switch(config)#acl l4 tcp ftp
protocol TCP
Number]
acl l4 udp
G
[Any|TFTP|Port
Configure ACL L4
switch(config)#acl l4 udp tftp
protocol UDP
Number]
acl add
G
Add new group
switch(config)#acl add
structure
acl show
G
Show content of
switch(config)#acl show
current configured
ACL group.
acl test
G
Debug command for
switch(config)#acl test 0
ACL.
no acl
G
Delete ACL group.
switch(config)#no acl 1
show acl
P
Show ACL list.
switch#show acl
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