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June 2005

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OmniSwitch 6600 Family

OmniSwitch 7700/7800

OmniSwitch 8800

User Guide Supplement

Release 5.1.6.R02

www.alcatel.com

This user guide documents OmniSwitch 6600 Family, OmniSwitch 7700/7800, and OmniSwitch 8800 hardware and software.

The information described in this guide are subject to change without notice.

Copyright © 2005 by Alcatel Internetworking, Inc. All rights reserved. This document may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the express written permission of Alcatel Internetworking, Inc.

Alcatel® and the Alcatel logo are registered trademarks of Alcatel. Xylan®, OmniSwitch®, OmniStack®, and Alcatel OmniVista® are registered trademarks of Alcatel Internetworking, Inc.

OmniAccess™, Omni Switch/Router™, PolicyView™, RouterView™, SwitchManager™, VoiceView™, WebView™, X-Cell™,X-Vision™,and the Xylan logo are trademarks of Alcatel Internetworking, Inc.

This OmniSwitch product contains components which may be covered by one or more of the following U.S. Patents:

U.S. Patent No. 6,339,830

U.S. Patent No. 6,070,243

U.S. Patent No. 6,061,368

U.S. Patent No. 5,394,402

U.S. Patent No. 6,047,024

U.S. Patent No. 6,314,106

U.S. Patent No. 6,542,507

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Contents

Chapter 1

User Documentation Addendum ...........................................................................

1-1

 

OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide .................................................................................

1-1

 

Chapter 40, “High Availability VLAN Commands” ...............................................

1-1

 

mac-address-table port-mac vlan mac ...............................................................

1-2

 

vlan port-mac bandwidth ..........................................................................................

1-3

 

Chapter 42, “802.1X Commands” ............................................................................

1-5

 

802.1x guest-vlan .....................................................................................................

1-6

 

802.1x supp-polling retry .........................................................................................

1-8

 

show 802.1x non-supp ............................................................................................

1-10

 

Chapter 22, “IP Commands” ..................................................................................

1-11

 

OmniSwitch 7700/7800/8800 Network Configuration Guide ......................................

1-11

 

Chapter 13, “Configuring IP” .................................................................................

1-11

 

New Section, page 13-9 ...................................................................................

1-11

 

Configuring a Loopback0 Interface .................................................................

1-11

 

Chapter 22, “Configuring 802.1X” ........................................................................

1-12

 

Quick Steps for Configuring 802.1X ...............................................................

1-12

 

New Section, page 22-7 ...................................................................................

1-13

 

Guest VLANs for Non-802.1x Supplicants .....................................................

1-14

 

New Section, page 22-11 .................................................................................

1-14

 

Configuring a Guest VLAN ............................................................................

1-14

 

Chapter 28, “Configuring High Availability VLANs” ..........................................

1-15

 

OmniSwitch 7700/7800/8800 Advanced Routing Configuration Guide ......................

1-15

 

Chapter 2, “Configuring BGP” ..............................................................................

1-15

 

New Section, page 2-29 ...................................................................................

1-15

 

Configuring a BGP Peer with the Loopback0 Interface ..................................

1-15

 

OmniSwitch 6600 Family Network Configuration Guide ............................................

1-16

 

Chapter 21, “Configuring 802.1X” ........................................................................

1-16

 

Quick Steps for Configuring 802.1X ...............................................................

1-16

 

New Section, page 21-5 ...................................................................................

1-17

 

Guest VLANs for Non-802.1x Supplicants .....................................................

1-17

 

New Section, page 21-10 .................................................................................

1-18

 

Configuring a Guest VLAN ............................................................................

1-18

Chapter 2

IPv6 Commands ..........................................................................................................

2-1

 

ipv6 interface ............................................................................................................

2-3

 

ipv6 address ..............................................................................................................

2-6

 

ipv6 interface tunnel source destination ...................................................................

2-8

 

ipv6 dad-check .........................................................................................................

2-9

 

ipv6 hop-limit .........................................................................................................

2-10

 

ipv6 pmtu-lifetime ..................................................................................................

2-11

 

ipv6 host .................................................................................................................

2-12

 

ipv6 neighbor ..........................................................................................................

2-13

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ipv6 prefix ..............................................................................................................

2-14

 

ipv6 route ................................................................................................................

2-16

 

ping6 .......................................................................................................................

2-17

 

traceroute6 ..............................................................................................................

2-19

 

debug ipv6 packet ...................................................................................................

2-21

 

debug ipv6 trace-category ......................................................................................

2-24

 

show ipv6 hosts ......................................................................................................

2-26

 

show ipv6 icmp statistics ........................................................................................

2-27

 

show ipv6 interface ................................................................................................

2-30

 

show ipv6 pmtu table .............................................................................................

2-35

 

clear ipv6 pmtu table ..............................................................................................

2-37

 

show ipv6 neighbors ...............................................................................................

2-38

 

clear ipv6 neighbors ...............................................................................................

2-40

 

show ipv6 prefixes .................................................................................................

2-41

 

show ipv6 routes .....................................................................................................

2-43

 

show ipv6 tcp ports ................................................................................................

2-45

 

show ipv6 traffic .....................................................................................................

2-47

 

clear ipv6 traffic .....................................................................................................

2-50

 

show ipv6 tunnel ....................................................................................................

2-51

 

show ipv6 udp ports ...............................................................................................

2-53

 

ipv6 load rip ...........................................................................................................

2-55

 

ipv6 rip status .........................................................................................................

2-56

 

ipv6 rip invalid-timer .............................................................................................

2-57

 

ipv6 rip garbage-timer ............................................................................................

2-58

 

ipv6 rip holddown-timer .........................................................................................

2-59

 

ipv6 rip jitter ...........................................................................................................

2-60

 

ipv6 rip route-tag ....................................................................................................

2-61

 

ipv6 rip update-interval ..........................................................................................

2-62

 

ipv6 rip triggered-sends ..........................................................................................

2-63

 

ipv6 rip interface ....................................................................................................

2-64

 

ipv6 rip interface metric .........................................................................................

2-66

 

ipv6 rip interface recv-status ..................................................................................

2-67

 

ipv6 rip interface send-status ..................................................................................

2-68

 

ipv6 rip interface horizon .......................................................................................

2-69

 

ipv6 rip debug-level ...............................................................................................

2-70

 

ipv6 rip debug-type ................................................................................................

2-71

 

show ipv6 rip ..........................................................................................................

2-73

 

show ipv6 rip interface ...........................................................................................

2-75

 

show ipv6 rip peer ..................................................................................................

2-78

 

show ipv6 rip routes ...............................................................................................

2-80

 

show ipv6 rip debug ...............................................................................................

2-83

Chapter 3

Configuring High Availability VLANs ...................................................................

3-1

 

In This Chapter ................................................................................................................

3-1

 

High Availability VLANs Specifications .......................................................................

3-2

 

High Availability Default Values ....................................................................................

3-2

 

Quick Steps for Creating High Availability VLANs ......................................................

3-3

 

High Availability VLAN Overview ................................................................................

3-5

 

Ingress and Egress Traffic Flows .............................................................................

3-6

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.........................................................................High Availability Firewall Clusters

3-6

Traditional Firewall Implementation .................................................................

3-7

Configuring High Availability VLANs on a Switch .......................................................

3-8

Creating and Deleting VLANs .................................................................................

3-9

Creating a VLAN ..............................................................................................

3-9

Deleting a VLAN ............................................................................................

3-10

Assigning and Removing Ingress Ports .................................................................

3-10

Assigning Ingress Ports ...................................................................................

3-10

Removing Ingress Ports ...................................................................................

3-11

Assigning and Removing Egress Ports ..................................................................

3-12

Assigning Egress Ports ....................................................................................

3-12

Removing Egress Ports ....................................................................................

3-12

Assigning and Removing MAC Addresses ............................................................

3-13

Assigning MAC Addresses .............................................................................

3-13

Removing MAC Addresses .............................................................................

3-14

Configuring Inter-switch Ports for HA VLANs .....................................................

3-14

Configuring the Flood Queue Bandwidth ..............................................................

3-15

Application Example 1: Firewall Cluster ......................................................................

3-16

Application Example 2: Inter-Switch HA VLANs .......................................................

3-17

Displaying High Availability VLAN Status and Statistics ...........................................

3-19

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