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TigerSwitch 10/100

16-PortFast Ethernet Switch

16 10BASE-T/100BASE-TXports

Optional 1000BASE-Xor100BASE-FXmodules

8.8 Gbps of aggregate bandwidth

Non-blockingswitching architecture

Spanning Tree Protocol

Up to four port trunks

RADIUS and TACACS+ authentication

Rate limiting for bandwidth management

QoS support for four-levelpriority

Full support for VLANs with GVRP

IP Multicasting with IGMP Snooping

Manageable via console, Web, SNMP/RMON

Management Guide

SMC6716AL2

TigerSwitch 10/100

Installation Guide

From SMC’s Tiger line of feature-richworkgroup LAN solutions

38 Tesla

 

Irvine, CA 92618

July 2004

Phone: (949) 679-8000

Pub. # 150000013500H

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Copyright © 2004 by SMC Networks, Inc.

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Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

1-1

Key Features

1-1

Description of Software Features

1-2

System Defaults

1-5

Chapter 2: Initial Configuration

2-1

Connecting to the Switch

2-1

Configuration Options

2-1

Required Connections

2-2

Remote Connections

2-3

Basic Configuration

2-3

Console Connection

2-3

Setting Passwords

2-4

Setting an IP Address

2-4

Manual Configuration

2-4

Dynamic Configuration

2-5

Enabling SNMP Management Access

2-6

Community Strings

2-6

Trap Receivers

2-7

Saving Configuration Settings

2-7

Managing System Files

2-8

Chapter 3: Configuring the Switch

3-1

Using the Web Interface

3-1

Navigating the Web Browser Interface

3-2

Home Page

3-2

Configuration Options

3-3

Panel Display

3-3

Main Menu

3-4

Basic Configuration

3-8

Displaying System Information

3-8

Displaying Switch Hardware/Software Versions

3-9

Displaying Bridge Extension Capabilities

3-11

Setting the Switch’s IP Address

3-12

Manual Configuration

3-13

Using DHCP/BOOTP

3-14

Managing Firmware

3-15

Downloading System Software from a Server

3-16

Saving or Restoring Configuration Settings

3-17

Downloading Configuration Settings from a Server

3-18

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Console Port Settings

3-19

Telnet Settings

3-21

Configuring Event Logging

3-23

System Log Configuration

3-23

Remote Logs Configuration

3-25

Displaying Log Messages

3-26

Resetting the System

3-27

Setting the System Clock

3-27

Configuring SNTP

3-28

Setting the Time Zone

3-29

Simple Network Management Protocol

3-29

Setting Community Access Strings

3-30

Specifying Trap Managers and Trap Types

3-31

User Authentication

3-32

Configuring User Accounts

3-32

Configuring Local/Remote Logon Authentication

3-34

Configuring HTTPS

3-37

Replacing the Default Secure-site Certificate

3-38

Configuring the Secure Shell

3-39

Generating the Host Key Pair

3-41

Configuring the SSH Server

3-43

Configuring Port Security

3-44

Configuring 802.1x Port Authentication

3-46

Displaying 802.1x Global Settings

3-47

Configuring 802.1x Global Settings

3-48

Configuring Port Settings for 802.1x

3-48

Displaying 802.1x Statistics

3-51

Access Control Lists

3-53

Configuring Access Control Lists

3-53

Setting the ACL Name and Type

3-54

Configuring a Standard IP ACL

3-55

Configuring an Extended IP ACL

3-56

Configuring a MAC ACL

3-58

Binding a Port to an Access Control List

3-59

Filtering Addresses for Management Access

3-60

Port Configuration

3-62

Displaying Connection Status

3-62

Configuring Interface Connections

3-64

Creating Trunk Groups

3-66

Statically Configuring a Trunk

3-67

Enabling LACP on Selected Ports

3-68

Configuring LACP Parameters

3-70

Displaying LACP Port Counters

3-73

Displaying LACP Settings and Status for the Local Side

3-74

Displaying LACP Settings and Status for the Remote Side

3-76

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Setting Broadcast Storm Thresholds

3-77

Configuring Port Mirroring

3-79

Configuring Rate Limits

3-80

Rate Limit Granularity

3-80

Rate Limit Configuration

3-81

Showing Port Statistics

3-82

Address Table Settings

3-86

Setting Static Addresses

3-86

Displaying the Address Table

3-87

Changing the Aging Time

3-89

Spanning Tree Algorithm Configuration

3-89

Displaying Global Settings

3-90

Configuring Global Settings

3-93

Displaying Interface Settings

3-96

Configuring Interface Settings

3-99

VLAN Configuration

3-101

IEEE 802.1Q VLANs

3-101

Enabling or Disabling GVRP (Global Setting)

3-104

Displaying Basic VLAN Information

3-104

Displaying Current VLANs

3-105

Creating VLANs

3-107

Adding Static Members to VLANs (VLAN Index)

3-108

Adding Static Members to VLANs (Port Index)

3-110

Configuring VLAN Behavior for Interfaces

3-111

Private VLANs

3-113

Displaying Current Private VLANs

3-114

Configuring Private VLANs

3-115

Associating Community VLANs

3-116

Displaying Private VLAN Interface Information

3-117

Configuring Private VLAN Interfaces

3-118

Class of Service Configuration

3-120

Layer 2 Queue Settings

3-120

Setting the Default Priority for Interfaces

3-120

Mapping CoS Values to Egress Queues

3-122

Selecting the Queue Mode

3-123

Setting the Service Weight for Traffic Classes

3-124

Layer 3/4 Priority Settings

3-126

Mapping Layer 3/4 Priorities to CoS Values

3-126

Selecting IP Precedence/DSCP Priority

3-126

Mapping IP Precedence

3-127

Mapping DSCP Priority

3-128

Mapping IP Port Priority

3-130

Mapping CoS Values to ACLs

3-131

Multicast Filtering

3-132

Layer 2 IGMP (Snooping and Query)

3-133

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Configuring IGMP Snooping and Query Parameters

3-133

Displaying Interfaces Attached to a Multicast Router

3-135

Specifying Static Interfaces for a Multicast Router

3-136

Displaying Port Members of Multicast Services

3-137

Assigning Ports to Multicast Services

3-138

 

 

Chapter 4: Command Line Interface

4-1

Using the Command Line Interface

4-1

Accessing the CLI

4-1

Console Connection

4-1

Telnet Connection

4-1

Entering Commands

4-3

Keywords and Arguments

4-3

Minimum Abbreviation

4-3

Command Completion

4-3

Getting Help on Commands

4-3

Showing Commands

4-4

Partial Keyword Lookup

4-5

Negating the Effect of Commands

4-5

Using Command History

4-5

Understanding Command Modes

4-5

Exec Commands

4-6

Configuration Commands

4-6

Command Line Processing

4-8

Command Groups

4-9

Line Commands

4-10

line

4-10

login

4-11

password

4-12

timeout login response

4-13

exec-timeout

4-13

password-thresh

4-14

silent-time

4-15

databits

4-15

parity

4-16

speed

4-17

stopbits

4-17

disconnect

4-18

show line

4-18

General Commands

4-19

enable

4-19

disable

4-20

configure

4-21

show history

4-21

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