- •Title Page
- •Using This Guide
- •Related Reading
- •Software Conventions
- •Common Window Fields
- •Using Buttons
- •Getting Help
- •Using On-line Help
- •Firmware Versions Supported
- •The 9A128-01 Module View
- •Viewing Module Information
- •Front Panel Information
- •Menu Structure
- •Port Status Displays
- •Selecting a Port Status View
- •Bridge Port Status Displays
- •Bridge Port Status Color Codes
- •The FDDI Port Status Displays
- •FDDI Port Status Color Codes
- •The Chassis Manager Window
- •Viewing Hardware Types
- •Device Type
- •Module Type
- •Viewing I/F Summary Information
- •Interface Performance Statistics/Bar Graphs
- •Interface Statistics Window
- •Making Sense of Interface Statistics
- •Using the Find Source Address Feature
- •Managing the Hub
- •Setting the Device Date and Time
- •Enabling and Disabling Ports
- •Bridge Ports
- •Module Ports
- •Accessing the ATM Connections Window
- •Adding a New Connection
- •Deleting a Connection
- •FDDI Management
- •Connection Policy
- •Station List
- •Stations Panel
- •The Bridge Status Window
- •Enabling and Disabling Bridging
- •Bridge Statistics
- •Performance Graphs
- •The Bridge Detail Breakdown Window
- •The Bridge Port Detail Breakdown Window
- •The Interface Statistics Window
- •Using Source Addressing
- •Setting the Ageing Time
- •Bridge Spanning Tree
- •Changing Bridge Spanning Tree Parameters
- •Changing Bridge Priority
- •Changing Hello Time
- •Changing Max Age Time
- •Changing Forwarding Delay Time
- •Changing Port Priority
- •Changing Path Cost
- •Filtering Database
- •Altering the Ageing Time
- •Changing the Type of Entry
- •Changing the Receive Port
- •Changing the Port Filtering Action
- •Adding or Deleting Individual Entries
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