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PDF Content Summary: Operation Manual For Menu Interface Switch-M24eGLPWR+ Model Number: PN28248

● Thank you for purchasing our product. ● This manual provides important information about safe and proper operations of this Switching Hub. ● Please read the "Important Safety Instructions" on pages 3 to 6. ● If you disassemble this Switching Hub for any reason, damage is not covered by warranty. The target model for this Operation Manual is as follows. Model name Model number Firmware version PN28248-ID

Switch-M24eGLPWR+ 2.0.0.00 and higher PN28248-TH PN28248-MY PN28248-SG 2

Important Safety Instructions Please Follow the Instructions This chapter contains important safety instructions for preventing bodily injury and/or property damage. You are required to follow them. ■Severity of bodily injury and/or property damage, which could result from incor rect use of the Switching Hub, are explained below. This symbol indicates a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death. This symbol indicates safety instructions.Deviation from these instructions could lead to bodily injury and/or property dam age. ■The following symbols are used to classify and describe the type of instructions to be observed.

This symbol is used to alert users to what they must not do. This symbol is used to alert users to what they must do.

●Do not use power other than AC 100-240 V. Deviation could lead to fire, electric shock, and/or equipment failure. ●Do not handle the power cord with wet hand. Deviation could lead to electric shock and/or equipment failure. ●Do not handle this Switching Hub and connection cables during a thun derstorm. Deviation could lead to electric shock. ●Do not disassemble and/or modify this Switching Hub. Deviation could lead to fire, electric shock, and/or equipment failure. ●Do not damage the power cord. Do not bend too tightly, stretch, twist, bundle with other cord, pinch, put under a heavy object, and/or heat it. Damaged the cord could lead to fire, short, and/or electric shock. ●Do not put foreign objects (such as metal or combustibles) into the opening (such as twisted pair port, console port, SFP extension slot), and do not drop them inside the Switching Hub. Deviation could lead to fire, electric shock, and/or equipment failure. ●Do not connect equipment other than 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/ 1000BASE-T to a twisted pair port. Deviation could lead to fire, electric shock, and/or equipment failure. 3

●Do not insert any modules other than the optional SFP modules (PN54021K/PN54023K) into the SFP extension slot. Deviation could lead to fire, electric shock, and/or equipment failure. For the latest information about compatible SFP extension modules, check our website. ●Do not please this Switching Hub in harsh environment (such as near water, high humid, and/or high dust). Deviation could lead to fire, electric shock, and/or equipment failure. ●Do not place this Switching Hub under direct sunlight and/or high tem perature. Deviation could lead to high internal temperature and fire. ●Do not install any module other than the separately sold SFP module (PN54021K/PN54023K) to SFP extension slot. Deviation could lead to fire, electric shock, and/or equipment failure. ●Do not install this Switching Hub at the location with continuous vibra tion or strong shock, or at the unstable location. Deviation could lead to injury and/or equipment failure. ●Do not put this Switching Hub into fire. Deviation could lead to explosion and/or fire. ●Do not use the bundled power cord for anything other than this prod uct. Deviation could lead to fire, electric shock, and/or equipment failure. 4

●Use the bundled power cord (AC 100 - 240V specifications). Deviation could lead to electric shock, malfunction, and/or equipment failure.The warranty does not cover any problems resulting from the use of any power cord other than the one supplied. ●Unplug the power cord in case of equipment failure. Deviation such as keeping connected for a long time could lead to fire. ●Connect this Switching Hub to ground. Deviation could lead to electric shock, malfunction, and/or equipment failure. ●Connect the power cord firmly to the power port. Deviation could lead to electric fire, shock, and/or malfunction. ●Unplug the power cord if the Status/ECO LED (Status/ECO mode), FAN LED (fan sensor), or TEMP LED (temperature sensor), blinks in orange (system fault). Deviation, such as keeping connected for a long time, could lead to fire. ●Handle the Switching Hub carefully so that fingers or hands may not be damaged by twisted pair port, console port, or power cord hook block. ●To connect a power receiving equipment supporting IEEE802.3at to this Switching Hub, use a cable rated Cat5e or higher. Using other cables may result in heat generation, ignition, and/or equipment failure. 5 Important Notice for Measures against Failures Caused by Lightning Strikes ●When connecting devices (especially outdoor devices) prone to lightning strikes, such as network cameras or wireless access points, to a twisted pair port of this Switching Hub, overcurrent and/or overvoltage caused by lightning may affect this Switching Hub through a twisted pair cable, causing equipment failure. When connecting such devices, we strongly recommend installing a lightning arrester (SPD; Surge Protective Device) at the twisted pair port side of the Switching Hub. ●Overcurrent and/or overvoltage caused by lightning may affect this Switching Hub through a power source connected to the power port and/or a grounding line, causing equipment failure. When there is a possibility of overcurrent/over voltage from lightning affecting this Switching Hub from a power source and/or a grounding line, we strongly recommend installing a lightning arrester (SPD; Surge Protective Device) at the power port side of the Switching Hub. ●In case this Switching Hub fails due to lightning strikes, repair charges will apply even during the warranty period. 6 Basic Instructions for the Use of This Product ●For inspection and/or repair, consult the retailer. ●Use commercial power supply from a wall socket, which is close and easily accessible to this Switching Hub. ●Unplug the power cord when installing or moving this Switching Hub. ●Unplug the power cord when cleaning this Switching Hub. ●Use this Switching Hub within the specifications. Deviation could lead to mal function. ●Be sure to confirm that this Switching Hub does not move or fall under the weight of the cables when mounting with magnets. ●Connect cables while holding the Switching Hub down. ●Do not move this Switching Hub when attached to the desk. Deviation could lead to scratches on the painted surface. ●Do not touch the metal terminal of the RJ45 connector, the modular plug of connected twisted pair cable, or the metal terminal of the SFP extension slot. Do not place charged objects in the proximity of them. Static electricity could lead to equipment failure. ●Do not put the modular plug of the connected twisted pair cable on objects that can carry static charge, such as carpet. Do not place it in the proximity. Static electricity could lead to equipment failure. ●Do not put a strong shock, including dropping, to this Switching Hub. Deviation could lead to equipment failure. ●Before connecting a console cable to the console port, discharge static electric ity, for example by touching metal appliance (do not discharge by touching this Switching Hub). ●Do not store and/or use this Switching Hub in the environment with the charac teristics listed below.(Store and/or use this Switching Hub in the environment in accordance with the specification.) - High humidity. Possible spilled liquid (water). - Dusty. Possible static charge (such as carpet). - Under direct sunlight. - Possible condensation. High/low temperature exceeding the specifications environment. - Strong vibration and/or strong shock. 7 ●Please use this Switching Hub in place where ambient temperature is from 0 to 50 degrees C. Failure to meet the above conditions may result in fire, electric shock, breakdown, and/or malfunction. In addition, do not cover the bent hole of this Switching Hub.Deviation could lead to high internal temperature, equip ment failure and/or malfunction. If used at a temperature out of the operating temperature range, the protection equipment becomes activated and PoE power supply stops. ●Do not stack Switching Hubs. When placing Switching Hubs side by side, leave a minimum of 20 mm space them. ●When mounting Switching Hubs in a rack, leave a minimum of 20 mm space between them. ●Please note that operation will not be guaranteed if any module other than the separately sold SFP extension modules (PN54021K/PN54023K) is installed into SFP extension slot. For the latest information about compatible SFP extension modules, check our website. 1. Panasonic will not be liable for any damage resulting from the operation not in accordance with this operation manual, or loss of communications, which may or may not be caused by failure and/or malfunction of this device. 2. The contents described in this document may be changed without prior notice. 3. For any questions, please contact your dealer. * Brands and product names in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. 8 Table of Contents Important Safety Instructions ............................................................................. 3 Basic Instructions for the Use of This Product ..................................................... 7 1. Product Outline ........................................................................................ 12 1.1. Features ............................................................................................... 12 1.2. Accessories .......................................................................................... 13 1.3. Optional Accessories ............................................................................ 14 1.4. Part Names and Functions .................................................................... 15 1.5. LED Behavior ........................................................................................ 17 1.5.1. LED Behavior at Starting-up .......................................................... 17 1.5.2. LED Behavior while Operating ...................................................... 18 1.5.3. Loop Detection and Blocking Function .......................................... 20 1.5.4. Operation Overview of PoE Power Supply Function ...................... 21 2. Installation ............................................................................................... 22 2.1. Installing in Rack .................................................................................. 22 3. Connection .............................................................................................. 23 3.1. Connecting a Twisted Pair Port ............................................................. 23 3.2. Connecting an SFP Extension slot ......................................................... 24 3.3. Connecting to Power ........................................................................... 25 4. Configuration ........................................................................................... 26 4.1. Login .................................................................................................... 27 4.2. Basic Operations on the Screen ............................................................ 29 4.3. Main Menu .......................................................................................... 31 4.4. General Information Menu ................................................................... 32 4.5. Basic Switch Configuration ................................................................... 34 4.5.1. System Administration Configuration ........................................... 36 4.5.2. System IP Address Configuration .................................................. 38 4.5.3. SNMP Configuration .................................................................... 40 4.5.3.a. SNMP Management Configuration ....................................... 41 4.5.3.b. SNMP Trap Receiver Configuration ....................................... 43 4.5.3.c. Enable/Disable Individual Trap Menu .................................... 45 4.5.4. Port Configuration Basic ............................................................... 48 4.5.5. Port Configuration Extend ............................................................ 51 4.5.6. Port Configuration Power Saving .................................................. 53 4.5.7. System Security Configuration ...................................................... 55 4.5.7.a. Telnet Access Limitation Configuration ................................. 59 4.5.7.b. RADIUS Configuration .......................................................... 61 4.5.7.c. Syslog Transmission Configuration ........................................ 63 4.5.7.d. SSH Server Configuration ..................................................... 65 4.5.7.e. LED Base Mode Configuration .............................................. 67 9 4.5.8. Forwarding Database ................................................................... 68 4.5.8.a. Addition or Deletion of MAC Address ................................... 69 4.5.8.b. MAC Address Learning Mode Configuration ......................... 71 4.5.8.c. Display of MAC Address Table by Port .................................. 73 4.5.8.d. Display of All MAC Addresses ............................................... 74 4.5.8.e. Display of MAC Address Table by VLAN ................................ 75 4.5.9. SNTP Configuration ...................................................................... 76 4.5.10. ARP Table Configuration .............................................................. 78 4.5.11. LLDP Configuration ...................................................................... 80 4.5.11.a. Display of Neighbor Table ..................................................... 82 4.5.11.b. Display of Detailed Information of Neighbor Table ................ 83 4.6. Advanced Switch Configuration ........................................................... 84 4.6.1. VLAN Management ...................................................................... 86 4.6.1.a. Special Features .................................................................... 86 4.6.1.b. VLAN Management Menu .................................................... 87 4.6.1.c. VLAN Creation Menu ............................................................ 90 4.6.1.d. VLAN Modification Menu ..................................................... 92 4.6.1.e. VLAN Port Configuration Menu ............................................ 94 4.6.2. Link Aggregation .......................................................................... 96 4.6.2.a. About Link Aggregation ....................................................... 96 4.6.2.b. Trunk Configuration Menu ................................................... 97 4.6.2.c. Set Port Priority for LACP ...................................................... 99 4.6.2.d. LACP Group Status ............................................................. 100 4.6.3. Port Monitoring Configuration ................................................... 102 4.6.4. Rapid Spanning Tree Configuration ............................................ 104 4.6.4.a. Basic Port Configuration ..................................................... 108 4.6.4.b. Advanced Port Configuration ............................................. 110 4.6.4.c. Designated Topology Information ....................................... 112 4.6.5. Quality of Service Configuration ................................................. 113 4.6.5.a. Traffic Class Configuration Menu ........................................ 114 4.6.5.b. Scheduling Method ............................................................ 115 4.6.5.c. Egress Rate Limiting Configuration Menu ........................... 116 4.6.5.d. DiffServ Configuration Menu .............................................. 118 4.6.6. Storm Control Configuration Menu ............................................ 119 4.6.7. Port Based Access Control Configuration Menu .......................... 121 4.6.8. IGMP Snooping Configuration .................................................... 124 4.6.8.a. Set Leave Mode Menu ........................................................ 126 4.6.8.b. VLAN Filter Configuration ................................................... 128 4.6.8.c. Router Port Table Configuration ......................................... 129 4.6.9. Power Over Ethernet Configuration ............................................ 131 4.6.9.a. PoE Port Configuration Menu ............................................. 132 4.6.9.b. PoE Global Configuration Menu ......................................... 135 4.6.9.c. PoE Schedule Configuration Menu ...................................... 137 4.6.10. Ring Redundant Protocol Configuration ..................................... 150 10 4.6.10.a. RRP Domain Creation Menu ............................................... 152 4.6.10.b. RRP Domain Modification Menu ......................................... 154 4.6.10.c. RRP Domain information Menu .......................................... 156 4.6.11. Loop Detection Configuration Menu .......................................... 158 4.6.11.a. Loop History Information .................................................... 160 4.6.12. Digital Diagonostic Monitoring Menu ......................................... 161 4.7. Statistics ............................................................................................. 163 4.8. Switch Tools Configuration ................................................................. 167 4.8.1. TFTP Software Upgrade .............................................................. 168 4.8.2. Configuration File Upload/Download .......................................... 170 4.8.3. System Reboot ........................................................................... 172 4.8.4. Exception Handler ...................................................................... 174 4.8.5. Ping Execution ............................................................................ 176 4.8.6. System Log ................................................................................ 178 4.8.6.a. Enable/Disable Individual System Log ................................. 181 4.8.7. Watch Dog Timer Menu ............................................................. 182 4.9. Save Configuration to Flash ................................................................ 183 4.10.Command Line Interface (CLI) ............................................................ 185 4.11.Logout ............................................................................................... 186 5. Appendix ............................................................................................... 187 5.1. Specifications ..................................................................................... 187 5.2. Procedures for Configuration Using ZEQUO assist .............................. 189 5.3. Easy IP Address Setup Function .......................................................... 190 5.4. Network Configuration Example and Notes Using Loop Detection and Blocking Function 191 6. Troubleshooting ..................................................................................... 193 7. After-sales Service .................................................................................. 195 11 1. Product Outline Switch-M24eGLPWR+ is an Ethernet Switching Hub with management function having 24 ports of 10/100/1000BASE-T and two pairs of 10/100/1000BASE-T ports and SFP extension slot, one of which is selectable. Ports 1 to 24 support IEEE802.3at PoE power supply function. 1.1. Features * Ports 1 to 26 are 10/100/1000BASE-T ports corresponding to auto negotiation. Also their speed and communication mode can be switched by configuration. Ports 25 and 26 can be used as a 10/100/1000BASE-T port corresponding to auto negotiation or an SFP extension slot exclusively. * Ports 1 to 24 can supply power conforming with IEEE802.3at. Supplying power up to 30 W per port, and up to 185 W in total is possible. * All twisted pair ports support straight/cross cable auto sensing function. Simply connect devices with straight cables, whether it is a terminal or a network device. (This function does not work if the port communication configuration is set at Fixed or Link Aggregation. Ports 1 to 24 are set at MDI-X. (default)) * Equipped with energy efficient Ethernet (EEE) conforming to IEEE802.3az (LPI). When there is no data transmission at link up, the energy-saving state automati cally starts so that power consumption can be reduced on each port. * Telnet/SSH allows remote configuration changes and verifications of the Switching Hub. Remotely configure the PoE settings for each port (Ports 1 to 24). * Embedded power saving mode detects the connection status automatically and saves power consumption to minimum. * The IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol is supported, allowing to build a system with redundancy. * The IEEE802.1p compatible QoS function is supported. * The IEEE802.1X compatible user authentication function (EAP-MD5/TLS/PEAP) is supported. * Has an Internet Mansion function, which ensures security between each door. * Due to the loop detection/blocking function, a port where loop has occurred can be automatically shut off to prevent loop failures. When a port is shut off and recovered automatically, SNMP trap can be sent to notify the incident to the administrator. Moreover, the port with a loop can be identified by loop noti fication on the LEDs on the main unit and referring the history of loop on the setting screen. * The PoE scheduler function enables scheduling of PoE power supply control. 12 1.2. Accessories Please be sure to confirm the contents. Please contact our distributor if any of the contents are insufficient. Quantity * Switch-M24eGLPWR+............................................................................... 1 * Installation Guide ..................................................................................... 1 * CD-ROM (PDF version of Operating Instructions) ...................................... 1 * Rubber foot ............................................................................................. 4 * Mounting bracket (for 19-inch rack) ......................................................... 4 * Screw (for 19 inch rack) ........................................................................... 4 * Screw (for fixing the main unit and the 19-inch rack mount bracket) ........ 8 * Power cord ............................................................................................. 1 (The bundled power cord is dedicated for AC 100 - 240 V use.) 13 1.3. Optional Accessories * PN54021K SFP-1000SX 1000BASE-SX SFP Module * PN54023K SFP-1000SX 1000BASL-SX SFP Module 14 1.4. Part Names and Functions Figure 1-1 Part names 15 ● Power port Connect the supplied power cord to this point and connect the other end into an electric outlet. ● Power cord hook block Hooking the supplied power cord on the block makes the cord less likely to be unplugged from the power port. ● Ground terminal Connect the ground terminal screw and grounding surface using the ground wire. ● MAC address label Displays the MAC address of this Switching Hub. ● Serial number label Displays the serial number of this Switching Hub. ● 10/100/1000BASE-T port (ports 1 to 24) supporting PoE power supply Supports IEEE802.3at PoE power supply. Connect a Powered Device supporting IEEE802.3at. Devices such as 10/100/1000BASE-T terminal, hub, repeater, bridge, and Switching Hub can be connected to this port. The length of the twisted pair cable (CAT5e or above) connecting this Switching Hub and a device must be 100 m or shorter. ● 10/100/1000BASE-T port (ports 25 and 26) Devices such as 10/100/1000BASE-T terminal, hub, repeater, bridge, and Switching Hub can be connected to this port. The length of the twisted pair cable (CAT5e or above) connecting this Switching Hub and a device must be 100 m or shorter. ● SFP extension slot (ports 25 and 26, exclusive usage with twisted pair port) The supported SFP modules (sold separately) can be attached to the slots. ● Console port Connect a VT100 compatible terminal, etc. with this port to configure or man age this Switching Hub. Transmission mode : RS-232C Emulation mode : VT100 Transmission speed : 9,600 bps Data length : 8 bits Stop bit : 1 bit Parity control : None Flow control : None Transmission connector : RJ45 16 1.5. LED Behavior 1.5.1. LED Behavior at Starting-up When power is supplied, all the LEDs are turned ON. Then, self-diagnosis of hardware is executed. On completion of self-diagnosis, POWER LED (Power), STATUS/ECO LED (Status/ ECO mode), FAN LED (Fan sensor), TEMP LED (Temperature sensor) light in green, and the Switching Hub starts operation as a Switching Hub. 17 1.5.2. LED Behavior while Operating This Switching Hub has a set of LEDs for each port. These LEDs indicate the opera tion status of each port. ● System LED LED Behavior Description

Power LED (POWER) Status/ECO mode LED (STATUS/ECO) PoE limit LED (PoE LIM.) Fan sensor LED (FAN) Temperature sensor LED (TEMP) Loop History mode LED (LOOP HISTORY) Green Light Power is On Off Power is Off Green Light Operating in the Status mode. Green Blink Operating in the ECO mode. All port LEDs (Left) are turned off. Orange Light Booting. Orange Blink Malfunction. (Contact the seller.) Off Power is Off Off Supplying power in the range from 0 to 170 W. Green Light Supplying power in the range from 170 to 185W. Orange Blink A single port's power supply is exceeding the upper limit, or the total power supply of the Switching Hub is exceeding 185W Green Light The fan is operating normally. Orange Blink Fan error. Green Light Within the threshold setting of the internal temperature sensor. Orange Blink Exceeding the threshold setting of the internal tempera ture sensor. (For details, refer to Section 4.5.3.c.) Green Blink Loop is occurring, or occurred within the last 3 days. Off No loop detection history.

18 ● Port LED Port LED Display mode Behavior Description

Left STATUS/ECO (when the LOOP HISTORY LED is off) STATUS/ECO (when the LOOP HISTORY LED is blinking) Green Light Link is established at 10/100/1000 Mbps. Green Blink Transmitting and receiving data. Orange Light Shut off by the loop detection/shutoff function. Off No device connected, or set to ECO mode. Green Light Within three days after a loop has been elimi nated. Off No loop detection history.

Right PoE Orange Light Power is supplied normally. (ports 1-24 only) Orange Blink Overload power supply or overload in a single port. (ports 1-24 only) Off Power is not supplied or PoE receiving equipment is not connected. * port 25 and 26 are always off. Figure 1-1 Port LEDs 19 1.5.3. Loop Detection and Blocking Function When a port causes a loop, the corresponding port LED (Left) lights up in orange. In this case, the port is automatically blocked (Default setting: 60 seconds) to pre vent a loop. If the loop is not recovered, the port will be blocked again. Recover the loop while the port is blocked. During loop is occurring, or if loop has occurred within the latest 3 days, LOOP HIS TORY LED blinks to notify this. You can change the loop detection function set tings (Enable/Disable) on the configuration screen. For details about settings on the configuration screen, refer to Section 4.6.11. If you want to turn off the Loop History LED display, turn the Switching Hub off and on. Up to 64 saved loop history entries can be retained in the Switching Hub. 20 1.5.4. Operation Overview of PoE Power Supply Func tion Ports 1-24 can support IEEE802.3at PoE power supply. The Switching Hub can sup ply power up to 30 W per port, and up to 185 W in total. ● Power supply operation when the PoE limit LED is blinking orange (the whole unit is overloaded) When the whole unit is overloaded because power request exceeds the limit, you can verify a port that stopped supplying power by the corresponding port LED (Right). To keep power request less than maximum power supply on the whole unit, unplug the cable connected to the port blinking orange. ● Power supply operation when a single port is overloaded When power request exceeds the maximum on a single port, the port is over loaded and stops supplying power. You can verify a port that stopped supplying power by the corresponding port LED (Right). Unplug the cable on the port blink ing orange. Note: Power consumption may be greatly different between during normal opera tion and during maximum power consumption depending on the PoE power receiving device. Configure the Switching Hub not to exceed the limit. Note: If power request exceeds the limit of the whole unit, a port with higher prior ity is blocked and stops supplying power.(If other ports have same priority, a port with a larger port number is blocked and stops supplying power.) 21 2. Installation Switch-M24eGLPWR+ can be installed on a 19-inch rack. Use the bundled mount ing brackets on installing. 2.1. Installing in Rack Use the supplied two 19-inch rack mount brackets and eight screws (for fixing the mount brackets to the Switching Hub) to fix the mount brackets to the four holes on each side of the Switching Hub. Then securely install the Switching Hub on the rack using the supplied four screws (for a 19-inch rack mount) or screws supplied with the rack. Figure 2-1 Bottom face 22 3. Connection 3.1. Connecting a Twisted Pair Port ● Connection Cable Use a CAT5e-compliant straight cable (twisted pair) with 8P8C RJ45 modular plugs when connecting. ● Network Configuration 100 m or shorter 100 m or shorter 100 m or shorter Figure 3-1 Connection configuration example The length of the cable connecting this Switching Hub and a device must be 100m or shorter. When a terminal or a LAN device with auto negotiation function is con nected to this Switching Hub, the port is automatically configured at the highest performance mode. When a terminal or a LAN device without auto negotiation function is connected to this Switching Hub, this Switching Hub automatically determines and sets the communication speed; however, the full-duplex/half duplex configuration is set at half-duplex because the full-duplex/half-duplex capa bility cannot be determined. When connecting a terminal or a LAN device without auto negotiation function, a fixed-mode port configuration needs to be set. For detailed configuration procedure, refer to Section 4.5.4. Note: If a fixed-mode port configuration mode is set, Auto MDI/MDI-X function does not work. Therefore, use a cross cable to connect them. 23 3.2. Connecting an SFP Extension slot 1000BASE-SX: 550 m or shorter, 1000BASE-LX: 10 km or shorter 100 m or shorter 100 m or shorter Figure 3-2 Optical fiber cable connection example Plugging an SFP module (optional) into an SFP extension slot enables an optical fiber connection. By factory default, the twisted pair port is enabled, but the SFP extension port is automatically enabled when a link is established. Connect this Switching Hub's TX port to the RX port of the connected device and this Switching Hub's RX port to the TX port of the connected device. The following SFP modules are optionally available: * 1000BASE-SX SFP module (Part number: PN54021K) * 1000BASE-LX SFP module (Part number: PN54023K) 24 3.3. Connecting to Power Connect the bundled power cord to the power port of this Switching Hub and con nect the power plug into an electric outlet. The Switching Hub operates on AC 100-240 V (50/60 Hz). This Switching Hub does not have a power switch. Plugging the power cord turns on this Switching Hub's power and it starts operating. To power off, unplug the power plug from the electric outlet. 25 4. Configuration Upon power on, this Switching Hub starts working as a normal Switching Hub. To use the SNMP functions and other functions, you need to configure the Switching Hub by using the console, Telnet, SSH, or WEB control screen. In this chapter, the configuration of this Switching Hub is explained. Note: To access this switching Hub via Telnet, SSH or WEB control screen, this Switching Hub must have an IP address. Therefore, before accessing this Switching Hub via Telnet, SSH or WEB control screen, configure an IP address by accessing this Switching Hub via console. For details on configuring an IP address, refer to Section 4.5.2 of Operation Manual for Menu Screens. 26 4.1. Login If you access the Switching Hub via console, the screen displays as shown in Figure 4-1. If no similar window is displayed, make sure the transmission mode of console is correct or hit the enter key. ============================================================================== PN28248 Local Management System Version x.x.x.xx MAC Address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx ============================================================================== Login Menu Login: Figure 4-1 Login screen (Console) If you access the Switching Hub via Telnet or SSH, the screen displays "Remote Management System", similar to Figure 4-2. ============================================================================== PN28248 Remote Management System Version x.x.x.xx MAC Address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx ============================================================================== Login Menu Login: Figure 4-2 Login screen (Telnet/SSH) 27 On the login screen, similar to Figure 4-1 or Figure 4-2, enter the login name. The Switching Hub's default login name is set to "manager". Enter "manager" and press the Return key. Then, you need to enter a password, as Figure 4-3 displays. The Switching Hub's default password is the same as the login name ("manager"). Enter the password correctly and press the Return key. ============================================================================== PN28248 Local Management System Version x.x.x.xx MAC Address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx ============================================================================== Login Menu Login: manager Password: ******* Figure 4-3 Entering password Both the login name and password can be changed. For the detailed change pro cedure, refer to Section 4.5.7. Note: When entered, the password is displayed in asterisks(*). Note: Up to four users for Telnet or up to two users for SSH can access the Switch ing Hub concurrently. Note: For the SSH login method, follow the operating procedures for each SSH cli ent. 28 4.2. Basic Operations on the Screen The console screen of this Switching Hub is organized as follows: 1. Title 2. parent menu name 3. Current menu name PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> System Admin. Configuration Menu Description: Switch-M24eGLPWR+ Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.396.5.4.2.28

Name: Location: Contact: 4. Description

-------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Set System [N]ame

Set System [L]ocation Set System [C]ontact Information [Q]uit to previous menu 5. Command

6. Prompt 7. Command entry line 8. Explanation Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Figure 4-4 Screen structure 29 Screen Description 1. Title The title of this screen. Displays "Local Management System" while being accessed via console. Displays "Remote Manage ment System" while being accessed via Telnet or SSH. 2. Previous menu name Displays the name of the parent menu. Entering the "Q" com mand opens the parent menu screen. 3. Current menu name Displays the name of the current screen. 4. Configuration Displays the current configuration. 5. Command Displays the commands available on this screen. Available com mands differ on each screen. Select a command from the list. 6. Prompt Changes as you enter a command, indicating what you need to enter next. Follow this instruction. 7. Command entry line Enter a command or settings. 8. Explanation Displays the explanation and/or status of this screen. Also, dis plays an entry error message if applicable. All operations on this screen are done by entering letters. Using a cursor or other operations are not available. Available commands (letters) differ on each screen. They are shown in the command section. One letter of each command is enclosed in square brackets ([]). If you enter a command or setting not available, an error message is shown in the explanation field. 30 4.3. Main Menu After the login process, the main menu, similar to Figure 4-5, appears. This Switching Hub has a main menu and multiple sub-menus. These menus has a tree structure, with the main menu as its root. To move to a sub-menu, enter a command letter. To return to the previous menu, press the "Q" command. The sec ond line from the top displays the current menu name. PN28248 Local Management System Main Menu [G]eneral Information [B]asic Switch Configuration... [A]dvanced Switch Configuration... [S]tatistics Switch [T]ools Configuration... Save Configuration to [F]lash Run [C]LI [Q]uit Command> Figure 4-5 Main menu Screen Description General Information Displays this Switching Hub's hardware, firmware and IP address settings. Basic Switch Configuration Configures this Switching Hub's basic functions (such as IP address, SNMP and port). Advanced Switch Configuration Configures this Switching Hub's advanced functions (such as VLAN, Link Aggregation, Spanning Tree, QoS, IEEE802.1X authentication, IGMP Snooping, and PoE). Statistics Displays this Switching Hub's statistical information. Switch Tools Configuration Set this Switching Hub's additional tools (such as firmware update, saving/reading settings, Ping, and system log). Save Configuration to Flash Saves this Switching Hub's settings into its internal flash memory. Run CLI Switches to a command line interface (CLI). Quit Logouts and returns to the login screen. 31 4.4. General Information Menu On the Main Menu, pressing "G" opens the General Information Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-6. This screen displays this Switching Hub's basic information. You cannot edit shown information on this screen. PN28248 Local Management System Main Menu -> General Information System up for: 000day(s), 00hr(s), 00min(s), 00sec(s) Boot / Runtime Code Version: x.x.x.xx / x.x.x.xx Hardware Information Version: Version1 CPU Utilization: xx.xx % DRAM / Flash Size: 128MB / 32MB DRAM User Area Size: Free: xxxxxxxx bytes / Total: xxxxxxxx bytes System Fan Status: Good System Temperature: CPU/xx ,System/xx degree(s) Celsius Administration Information Switch Name: Switch Location: Switch Contact: System Address Information MAC Address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx IP Address: 0.0.0.0 Subnet Mask: 0.0.0.0 Default Gateway: 0.0.0.0 DHCP Mode: Disabled Press any key to continue... Fig. 4-6 General Information Menu of Switch 32 Screen Description System up for Displays the cumulative time since the power on of this Switching Hub.

Boot / Runtime Code Version Hardware Information Displays this Switching Hub's firmware version. The left side displays the Boot Code, and the right side displays the Runtime Code. (”Firmware Upgrade” described in Section 4.8.1 is about Runtime Code upgrade.) Displays the hardware information. Version Displays the hardware version information. CPU Utilization Displays the CPU utilization.

DRAM / Flash Size DRAM User Area Size System Fan Status System Temperature Displays the sizes of the installed DRAM and FLASH memories. Displays the sizes of the user area memory and unused memory. Displays the operation status of the installed fan. Displays "Good" when the fan is operating normally and "Fail" when it fails or stops. Displays the internal temperatures of the Switching Hub. The sensors measure the temperatures of the CPU and system.

Administration Information System Address Information Items shown here are configured in accordance with Section 4.5.1 "System Administration Configuration". Switch Name Displays the Switching Hub name. The factory default setting is blank. For configuration details, refer to Section 4.5.1. Switch Location Displays the Switching Hub's location. The factory default setting is blank. For configuration details, refer to Section 4.5.1. Switch Contact Displays the contact information. The factory default setting is blank. For configuration details, refer to Section 4.5.1. Items shown here are configured in accordance with Section 4.5.2 "System IP Configuration". MAC address Displays the MAC address of this Switching Hub. This value is uniquely assigned to each device and cannot be changed. IP Address Displays the Switching Hub's current IP address. "0.0.0.0" is the factory default setting. For configuration details, refer to Section 4.5.2. Subnet Mask Displays the Switching Hub's current subnet mask. "0.0.0.0" is the factory default setting. For configuration details, refer to Section 4.5.2.

Default Gateway Displays the IP address of the router for the default gateway. "0.0.0.0" is the factory default setting. For configuration details, refer to Section 4.5.2.

DHCP Mode Displays whether to get an IP address using DHCP. For configuration details, refer to Section 4.5.2. 33 4.5. Basic Switch Configuration On the Main Menu, pressing "B" opens the Basic Switch Configuration Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-7. On this screen, you can configure the basic configura tion settings, such as IP address, SNMP, and ports. PN28248 Local Management System Main Menu -> Basic Switch Configuration Menu System [A]dministration Configuration System [I]P Configuration S[N]MP Configuration [P]ort Configuration Basic Port Configuration [E]xtend Port Configuration P[o]wer Saving [S]ystem Security Configuration [F]orwarding Database [T]ime Configuration A[R]P Table [L]LDP Configuration [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-7 Basic Switch Configuration Menu 34

Screen Description System Administration Configura tion Configures the management information settings, such as Switching Hub name, place, and contact used for SNMP.

System IP Configuration Configures the IP-address-related network information. SNMP Configuration Configures the SNMP-related settings. Port Configuration Basic Configure the basic settings for each port. Port Configuration Extend Configures the extended port settings, such as port name. Port Configuration Power Saving Configures the MNO series power saving mode. System Security Configuration Configures the security settings, such as access limitation for this Switching Hub. Forwarding Database Displays the MAC address table. Time Configuration Configures the time settings, such as the SNTP-based time syn chronization function. ARP Table Displays the ARP table. LLDP Configuration Configures LLDP-related settings. Quit to previous menu Returns to the main menu. 35 4.5.1. System Administration Configuration On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "A" opens the System Adminis tration Configuration Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-8. On this screen, you can set administrative information, such as device name. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> System Admin. Configuration Menu Description: Switch-M24eGLPWR+ Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.396.5.4.2.28 Name: Location: Contact: -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Set System [N]ame Set System [L]ocation Set System [C]ontact Information [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-8 System Administration Configuration 36 Screen Description Description Displays the system information. This item is not editable. Object ID Displays the ID, corresponding to MIB. This item is not editable. Name Displays the system name. The factory default setting is blank. Location Displays the device installation location. The factory default setting is blank. Contact Displays the contact information. The factory default setting is blank. Available commands are listed below. N Set/edit the system name. Press "N." The command prompt changes to "Enter system name>." Enter a Switching Hub name in 50 characters or less. L Set/edit the device installation location information. Press "L." The command prompt changes to "Enter system location>." Enter a Switching Hub location in 50 characters or less. C Set/edit the contact information. Press "C." The command prompt changes to "Enter system contact>." Enter contact information in 50 characters or less. Q Return to the parent menu. 37 4.5.2. System IP Address Configuration On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "I" opens the System IP Config uration Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-9. On this screen, you can set IP-address related settings for this Switching Hub. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> System IP Configuration Menu MAC Address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx IP Address: 0.0.0.0 Subnet Mask: 0.0.0.0 Default Gateway: 0.0.0.0 DHCP Mode: Disabled -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Set [I]P Address Set Subnet [M]ask Set Default [G]ateway Set IP P[a]rameter Set [D]HCP Status Set DHCP [R]enew [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-9 System IP Address Configuration Screen Description MAC Address Displays the MAC address of this Switching Hub. This value is uniquely assigned to each device and cannot be changed. IP Address Displays the current IP address. "0.0.0.0" is the factory default setting. Subnet Mask Displays the current subnet mask. "0.0.0.0" is the factory default setting.

Default Gate way Displays the current IP address of the router, set as a default gateway. "0.0.0.0" is the factory default setting.

DHCP Mode Displays the DHCP mode. If enabled, the Switching Hub requests an IP address to the DHCP server. "Disabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled Requests an IP address to the DHCP server when starting up. Disabled Does not request an IP address to the DHCP server when starting up. DHCP Renew Renews an IP address from the DHCP server. 38 Available commands are listed below. I Set/edit the IP address. Press "I." The command prompt changes to "Enter IP address>." Enter the IP address for the Switching Hub. M Set/edit the subnet mask. Press "M." The command prompt changes to "Enter subnet mask>." Enter the subnet mask for the Switching Hub. G Set/edit the IP address of the router for the default gateway. Press "G." The command prompt changes to "Enter new gateway IP address>." Enter the IP address of the router, used as the default gateway. A Set the IP address, subnet mask and default gateway in succession. 1. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Enter IP address>." Enter the IP address of the Switching Hub. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter subnet mask>." Enter the subnet mask. 3. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter new gateway IP address>." Enter the IP address of a router, used as a default gateway. D Disable/enable the DHCP mode. If enabled, an IP address is automatically obtained from the DHCP server. E Enable the DHCP mode. (A DHCP server must be operating on the network.) D Disable the DHCP mode. R Renew an IP address from the DHCP server. Press "R." The command prompt changes to "Renew DHCP (Y/N)." To renew, press "Y." Oth erwise, press "N." Q Return to the parent menu. Note: Unless you configure these settings, you cannot use the SNMP management functions and remotely connect to the Switching Hub via Telnet, SSH or Web control screen. Be sure to configure them. If you are unsure, consult the net work administrator. All IP addresses on the local network must be unique, and no duplications are allowed. In addition, you need to set the subnet mask and the default gateway, which are the same for other devices on the same subnet using this Switching Hub. These are used for identifying a specific device on the network in combination with IP address. 39 4.5.3. SNMP Configuration On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "N" opens the SNMP Configura tion Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-10. On this screen, you can configure the SNMP agent settings. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> SNMP Configuration Menu SNMP [M]anagement Configuration SNMP [T]rap Receiver Configuration [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-10 SNMP Configuration Screen Description SNMP Management Configuration Configures the SNMP manager settings. For details, refer to the next section (4.5.3.a). SNMP Trap Receiver Configuration Configures the SNMP trap sending settings. For details, refer to the next section (4.5.3.b). Quit to previous menu Return to the parent menu. Available commands are listed below. M Configure the SNMP manager settings. Press "M" to move to the SNMP Management Configuration Menu. T Configure the SNMP trap settings. Press "T" to move to the SNMP Trap Receiver Configuration Menu. Q Quit the SNMP Configuration Menu and return to the parent menu. 40 4.5.3.a. SNMP Management Configuration On the SNMP Configuration Menu, pressing "M" opens the SNMP Management Configuration Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-11. On this screen, you can config ure the SNMP manager settings. PN28248 Local Management System SNMP Configuration -> SNMP Management Configuration Menu SNMP Manager List: No. Status Privilege IP Address Community ---- -------- ----------- --------------- ---------------------------- 1 Enabled Read-Write 0.0.0.0 private 2 Enabled Read-Only 0.0.0.0 public 3 Disabled Read-Only 0.0.0.0 4 Disabled Read-Only 0.0.0.0 5 Disabled Read-Only 0.0.0.0 6 Disabled Read-Only 0.0.0.0 7 Disabled Read-Only 0.0.0.0 8 Disabled Read-Only 0.0.0.0 9 Disabled Read-Only 0.0.0.0 10 Disabled Read-Only 0.0.0.0 -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Set Manager [S]tatus Set Manager [I]P [Q]uit to previous menu Set Manager P[r]ivilege Set Manager [C]ommunity Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-11 SNMP Management Configuration Screen Description

SNMP Manager List: Displays the current SNMP manager settings. No. Displays the entry number on the SNMP Manager List. Status Displays the SNMP manager status. Enabled The SNMP manager is enabled. Disabled The SNMP manager is disabled. Privilege Displays the access privilege of the SNMP manager. Read-Write Both the read and write operations are allowed. Read-Only Only the read operation is allowed. IP Address Displays the IP address of the SNMP manager. Community Displays the current community name.

41 Available commands are listed below. S Set the SNMP manager status. 1. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter the entry number for the SNMP manager you wish to configure. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable SNMP manger (E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the SNMP manager. Press "D" to disable it. I Set the IP address for an SNMP manager. 1. Press "I." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter the entry number for the SNMP manager you wish to configure. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter IP address for manager>." Enter the IP address. R Set the access privileges for an SNMP manager. 1. Press "R." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter the entry number for the SNMP manager you wish to configure. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter the selection>." Press "1" for read-only per mission. Press "2" for read-and-write. C Set the community name for an SNMP manager. 1. Press "C." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter the entry number for the SNMP manager you wish to configure. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter community name for manager>." Enter the community name. Q Return to the parent menu. 42 4.5.3.b. SNMP Trap Receiver Configuration On the SNMP Configuration Menu, pressing "T" opens the SNMP Trap Receiver Configuration Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-12. On this screen, you can config ure the SNMP Trap settings. PN28248 Local Management System SNMP Configuration -> SNMP Trap Receiver Configuration Menu Trap Receiver List: No. Status Type IP Address Community ---- -------- ----- --------------- ---------------------------- 1 Disabled v1 0.0.0.0 2 Disabled v1 0.0.0.0 3 Disabled v1 0.0.0.0 4 Disabled v1 0.0.0.0 5 Disabled v1 0.0.0.0 6 Disabled v1 0.0.0.0 7 Disabled v1 0.0.0.0 8 Disabled v1 0.0.0.0 9 Disabled v1 0.0.0.0 10 Disabled v1 0.0.0.0 -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Set Receiver [S]tatus Set Receiver [I]P In[d]ividual Trap Config Set Trap [T]ype Set Receiver [C]ommunity [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-12 SNMP Trap Receiver Configuration Screen Description Trap Receiver List: Displays the IP addresses and the community names for the current trap receivers. No. Displays the entry number for the trap receiver. Status Displays the trap sending setting. Enabled Sends traps. Disabled Does not send traps. Type Displays the type of traps. V1 Sends traps of SNMP v1. V2 Sends traps of SNMP v2. IP Address Displays the IP address of the trap receiver. Community Displays the current community name, set for sending traps. 43 Available commands are listed below. S Enable/disable the trap receiver. 1. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter the entry number for the trap receiver you wish to configure. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable Trap Receiver (E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the trap receiver. Press "D" to disable it. I Set the IP address for the trap receiver. 1. Press "I." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter the entry number for the trap receiver you wish to configure. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter IP address for trap receiver>." Enter the IP address. D Set trap sending when the link status is changed. Press "D." The screen changes to the Enable/Disable Individual Trap Menu. For detailed configuration, refer to the next section (4.5.3.c). T Set the type of traps. 1. Press "T." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter the entry number for the trap receiver you wish to configure. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter the selection>." Press "1" for SNMP v1. Press "2" for SNMP v2. C Set the community name for the trap receiver. 1. Press "C." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter the entry number for the trap receiver you wish to configure. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter community name for trap receiver>." Enter the community name. Q Return to the parent menu. 44 4.5.3.c. Enable/Disable Individual Trap Menu On the SNMP Trap Receiver Configuration Menu, pressing "D" opens the Enable/ Disable Individual Trap Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-13. On this screen, you can set the trap sending settings. PN28248 Local Management System SNMP Trap Receiver Configuration -> Enable/Disable Individual Trap Menu SNMP Authentication Failure : Disabled Enable Link Up/Down Port: 1-26 PoE Trap Control: Enabled Temperature Trap Control: Disabled Temperature Threshold: 67 degree(s) Celsius FAN Failure: Enabled -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Enable/Disable [A]uth Fail Trap Add Link Up/Down Trap [P]orts [D]elete Link Up/Down Trap Ports Enable/Disable Po[E] Trap Enable/Disable [T]emperature Trap [S]et Temperature Threshold Enable/Disable [F]AN Fail Trap [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-13 Enable/Disable Individual Trap 45 Screen Description

SNMP Authenti cation Failure: Enabled Link Up/Down Port: PoE Trap Con trol: Temperature Trap Control: Temperature Threshold: Displays the trap sending settings for an SNMP authentication failure. Enabled Enables the trap sending. Disabled Disables the trap sending. (Factory default setting) Displays the port number to which a trap is sent, when its link status changes. All ports are assigned in factory default setting. Displays the PoE trap control settings. Enabled Enables the trap sending. (Factory default setting) Disabled Disables the trap sending. Displays the trap sending settings when the internal temperature is above or below the preset temperature. Enabled Enables the trap sending. Disabled Disables the trap sending. (Factory default setting) Displays the threshold temperature value to send the trap. The factory default setting is 67 degrees C.

FAN Failure: Displays the trap sending settings for an internal fan failure. Enabled Enables the trap sending. (Factory default setting) Disabled Disables the trap sending. 46 Available commands are listed below. A Enable/disable the trap sending when an SNMP authentication fails. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable SNMP Authentication trap(E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the trap sending. Press "D" to disable it. P Add a port for which the trap is sent when its link status changes. Press "P." The command prompt changes to "Enter port number>." Enter a port number. The trap is sent for this port. D Delete a port for which the trap is sent when its link status changes. Press "D." The command prompt changes to "Enter port number>." Enter a port number. The trap is not sent for this port. E Enable/disable the trap sending when the power usage percentage exceeds the Power Usage Threshold For Sending Trap, as set on the PoE Global Configuration Menu. Press "E." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable PoE trap (E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the trap sending. Press "D" to disable it. T Enable/disable the trap sending when the internal temperature exceeds the preset temperature. Press "T." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable Temperature trap (E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the trap sending. Press "D" to disable it. S Set the temperature threshold value to send the trap for a high device internal temperature. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Enter temperature threshold>." Enter a tem perature threshold value in the range from 0 to 67 degrees C to send the trap. F Enable/Disable the trap sending when the internal fan fails. Press "F." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable Fan Failure trap (E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the trap sending. Press "D" to disable it. Q Return to the parent menu. Note: There are no individual setting items for loop detection and blocking trap. Traps are sent according to the SNMP trap sending settings (SNMP Trap Receiver Configuration). 47 4.5.4. Port Configuration Basic On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "P" opens the Port Configura tion Basic Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-14. On this screen, you can display port status and configure port settings. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> Port Configuration Basic Menu Port Trunk Type Admin Link Mode Flow Ctrl Auto-MDI ---- ----- ----------- -------- ---- ------------ --------- -------- 1 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 2 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 3 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 4 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 5 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 6 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 7 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 8 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 9 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 10 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 11 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled 12 --- 1000T Enabled Down Auto Disabled Disabled -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [N]ext Page Set [M]ode [Q]uit to previous menu [P]revious Page Set [F]low Control Set [A]dmin Status [S]et Auto-MDI Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-14 Port Configuration Basic Menu 48 Screen Description Port Displays the port number. Trunk Displays the group number for a trunked port. Type Displays the port type. 1000T The port type is 10/100/1000BASE-T. 1000X The port type is 1000BASE-X (SFP port). Admin Displays the current port status. For all ports, "Enabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled The port is available. Disabled The port is not available. Link Displays the current link status. Up A link has been established successfully. Down A link has not been established. Mode Displays the communication speed and full-duplex/half-duplex settings. For all ports, "Auto" is the factory default setting. Auto Auto negotiation mode 100-FDx(100F) 100 Mbps full-duplex 100-HDx(100H) 100 Mbps half-duplex 10-FDx(10F) 10 Mbps full-duplex 10-HDx(10H) 10 Mbps half-duplex Flow Ctrl Displays the flow control settings. For all ports, "Disabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled The flow control is enabled. Disabled The flow control is disabled. Auto-MDI Displays the Auto MDI/MDI-X function settings. Ports 1 to 24 are set to "Disabled," and Ports 25 to 26 are set to "Enabled" at factory default setting. Enabled The Auto-MDI/MDI-X function is enabled. Disabled The Auto-MDI/MDI-X function is disabled. 49 Available commands are listed below. N Display the next page. Press "N" to display the next page. P Display the previous page. Press "P" to display the previous page. A Enable/disable a port. 1. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Select port number to be changed>." Enter a port number you wish to configure. (To configure all ports at once, enter "0" as the port number.) 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable port # (E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the port. Press "D" to disable it. As the change is applied, the display on the upper screen is updated automatically. M Configure the speed and full-duplex/half-duplex settings for each port. 1. Press "M." The command prompt changes to "Enter port number>." Enter a port number you wish to configure. (To configure all ports at once, enter "0" as the port number.) 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter mode for port # (A/N)>." Press "A" to enable the auto negotiation mode. Press "N" to disable it. 3. If "N" is selected, the command prompt changes to "Enter speed for port #(10/100)>." Select a desired communication speed. 4. Upon setting, the command prompt changes to "Enter duplex for port #(F/H)>." Select "F" for full-duplex or "H" for half-duplex. As the change is applied, the display on the upper screen is updated automatically. Mode: A: Enable the auto negotiation mode. N: Disable the auto negotiation mode. (Fixing the speed at 1000BASE-T is not supported) Speed: 10: Set at 10 Mbps. 100: Set at 100 Mbps. Duplex: F: Set at full-duplex. H: Set at half-duplex. F Enable/disable the flow control. 1. Press "F." The command prompt changes to "Select port number to be changed>." Enter a port number you wish to configure. (To configure all ports at once, enter "0" as the port number.) 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable flow control for port # (E/ D)>." Press "E" to enable the function. Press "D" to disable it. As the change is applied, the display on the upper screen is updated automatically. S Enable/disable the Auto MDI/MDI-X function. 1. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Enter port number >." Enter a port number you wish to configure in the range of 1 to 26. (To configure all ports at once, enter "0" as the port number.) 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable Auto-MDI for port # (E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the function. Press "D" to disable it. As the change is applied, the display on the upper screen is updated automatically. Q Return to the parent menu. Note: The screen displays the port status; however, the status is not automatically updated. To display the latest status, press any key. 50 4.5.5. Port Configuration Extend On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "E" opens the Port Configura tion Extend Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-15. On this screen, you can display port status and configure extended port settings. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> Port Configuration Extend Menu Global Jumbo Status: Disabled Port Trunk Type Link Port Name EAP Pkt FW ---- ----- ----------- ---- --------------- ------------ 1 --- 1000T Down Port_1 Disabled 2 --- 1000T Down Port_2 Disabled 3 --- 1000T Down Port_3 Disabled 4 --- 1000T Down Port_4 Disabled 5 --- 1000T Down Port_5 Disabled 6 --- 1000T Down Port_6 Disabled 7 --- 1000T Down Port_7 Disabled 8 --- 1000T Down Port_8 Disabled 9 --- 1000T Down Port_9 Disabled 10 --- 1000T Down Port_10 Disabled 11 --- 1000T Down Port_11 Disabled 12 --- 1000T Down Port_12 Disabled -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [N]ext Page Set [J]umbo Status [P]revious Page Set [E]AP Packet Forwarding Set Port N[a]me [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-15 Port Configuration Extend Menu Screen Description

Global Jumbo Status Displays the jumbo frame settings. "Disabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled The jumbo frame is enabled. Disabled The jumbo frame is disabled.

Port Displays the port number. Trunk Displays the group number for a trunked port. Type Displays the port type. 1000T The port type is 10/100/1000BASE-T. 1000X The port type is SFP extension port. Link Displays the current link status. Up A link has been established successfully. Down A link has not been established. Port Name Displays the port name. EAP Pkt FW Displays the EAP Packet Forwarding function settings. For all ports, "Disabled" is the factory default setting. Set this item to "Enabled" to send EAP frames used in IEEE802.1X authentication or "Disabled" to discard them. Enabled The EAP Packet Forwarding function is enabled. Disabled The EAP Packet Forwarding function is disabled. 51 Available commands are listed below. N Display the next page. Press "N" to display the next page. P Display the previous page. Press "P" to display the previous page. A Assign a name to each port. 1. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Select port number to be changed>." Enter a port number you wish to configure. (To configure all ports at once, enter "0" as the port number.) 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter port name string>." Enter a name in 15 characters or less. As the change is applied, the display on the upper screen is updated automatically. J Enable/disable the jumbo frame. Press "J". The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable jumbo status (E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the jumbo frame. Press "D" to disable it. As the change is applied, the display on the upper screen is updated automatically. E Enable/disable the EAP Packet Forwarding function. 1. Press "E." The command prompt changes to "Enter port number>." Enter a port number you wish to configure. (To configure all ports at once, enter "0" as the port number.) 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable EAP forward status for port # (E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the function. Press "D" to disable it. As the change is applied, the display on the upper screen is updated automatically. Q Return to the parent menu. Note: The screen displays the port status; however, the status is not automatically updated. To display the latest status, press any key. 52 4.5.6. Port Configuration Power Saving In this Switching Hub, it is possible to reduce power consumption by utilizing our original function "MNO series power saving mode" that detects the connection sta tus of ports automatically and saves power consumption to minimum, and the Energy Efficient Ethernet (hereinafter referred to as EEE) of IEEE802.3az respec tively. In addition, the MNO series power saving mode supports two modes: "Half mode" to prioritize connection with other devices and "Full mode" to save more power consumption. On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "o" opens the Port Configura tion Power Saving screen, as shown in Fig. 4-16. On this screen, you can display port status and configure various power saving mode settings. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> Port Configuration Power Saving Menu Port Link Trunk Type Mode Power-Saving EEE(802.3az) ---- ------ ----- ------ ----------- ------------ ------------- 1 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 2 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 3 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 4 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 5 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 6 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 7 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 8 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 9 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 10 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 11 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled 12 Down --- 1000T Auto Half Enabled -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [N]ext Page Set Power [S]aving Mode Set [E]EE Status [P]revious Page [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-16 Port Configuration Power Saving Menu Screen Description Port Displays the port number. Link Displays the current link status. Up A link has been established successfully. Down A link has not been established. Trunk Displays the group number for a trunked port. Type Displays the port type. 1000T The port type is 10/100/1000BASE-T. 1000X The port type is SFP extension port. 53 Mode Displays the communication speed and full-duplex/half-duplex settings. For all ports, "Auto" is the factory default setting. Auto Auto negotiation mode 100-FDx(100F) 100 Mbps full-duplex 100-HDx(100H) 100 Mbps half-duplex 10-FDx(10F) 10 Mbps full-duplex 10-HDx(10H) 10 Mbps half-duplex Power-Saving Displays the status of the MNO series power saving mode. For all ports, "Half" is the factory default setting. Half The MNO series power saving mode status is enabled (Half). Full The MNO series power saving mode status is enabled (Full). Disabled The MNO series power saving mode status is disabled. EEE(802.3az) Displays the EEE (Energy Efficient Ethernet) status. For all ports, "Enabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled The EEE is enabled. Disabled The EEE is disabled. Available commands are listed below. N Display the next page. Press "N" to display the next page. P Display the previous page. Press "P" to display the previous page. S Configure the MNO series power saving mode for each port. 1. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Select port number to be changed>." Enter a port number you wish to configure. (To configure all ports at once, enter "0" as the port number.) 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter Power Saving mode for port (F/H/D)>." Press "F" to enable the mode. Press "D" to disable it. Press "H" to select the MNO series power saving mode that prioritizes connection with other devices. As the change is applied, the display on the upper screen is updated automatically. E Configure the EEE settings for each port. 1. Press "E." The command prompt changes to "Select port number to be changed>." Enter a port number you wish to configure. (To configure all ports at once, enter "0" as the port number.) 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enable, Disable for Energy Efficient Ether net(EEE 802.3az) (E/D)>." Press "E" to enable the EEE. Press "D" to disable it. Q Return to the parent menu. 54 4.5.7. System Security Configuration On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "S" opens the System Security Configuration screen, as shown in Fig. 4-17. On this screen, you can configure the various settings for accessing this Switching Hub for configuration and manage ment. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> System Security Configuration Console UI Idle Timeout: 5 Min. Telnet UI Idle Timeout: 5 Min. Telnet Server: Enabled SNMP Agent: Disabled Web Server Status: Disabled IP Setup Interface: Enabled Local User Name: manager Syslog Transmission: Enabled Login Method 1: Local Login Method 2: None -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Set [C]onsole UI Time Out Change Local [P]assword Set [T]elnet UI Time Out Enable/Disable [S]NMP Agent Enable/Disable Te[l]net Server [I]P Setup Interface [W]eb Server Status Telnet [A]ccess Limitation LED [B]ase Mode Configuration Syslo[g] Transmission Configuration Page [R]ADIUS Configuration SS[H] Server Configuration Enable/Disable S[y]slog Transmission L[o]gin Method Change Local User [N]ame [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-17 System Security Configuration 55 Screen Description

Console UI Idle Time Out: Telnet UI Idle Time Out: Displays the idle timeout settings (in minutes) for terminating a console-con nected session if no input is made. The factory default setting is 5 minutes. Displays the idle timeout settings (in minutes) for terminating a Telnet-connected session if no input is made. The factory default setting is 5 minutes.

Telnet Server: Displays the Telnet access settings. "Enabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled: Access is enabled. Disabled: Access is disabled. SNMP Agent: Displays the SNMP access settings. "Disabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled: Access is enabled. Disabled: Access is disabled.

Web Server Sta tus: IP Setup Inter face: Local User Name: Syslog Transmis sion: Login Method: 1/2 Displays whether access by the Web browser is enabled or disabled. "Disabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled: Access is enabled. Disabled: Access is disabled. Displays the access settings for the Web browser. "Disabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled: Access is enabled. Disabled: Access is disabled. Displays the current login username. "manager" is the factory default setting. Displays the settings for sending system logs to the Syslog server. "Disabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled: Sends system logs to the Syslog server. Disabled: Does not send system logs to the Syslog server. Displays how to check the username and password for login. The factory default setting is "Local" for 1 and "None" for 2. Local Login with the username and password set for this Switching Hub. RADIUS Login with authentication from the RADIUS server. None Not used. (Only Login Method 2 can be configured.)

56 Available commands are listed below. C Configure the idle timeout settings for automatically terminating a console-connected session if no input is made. Press "C." The command prompt changes to "Enter console idle timeout>." Enter a value from 0 to 60 (minutes). Entering "0" disables the automatic termination. T Configure the idle timeout settings for automatically terminating a Telnet-connected session if no input is made. Press "T." The command prompt changes to "Enter telnet idle timeout>." Enter a value from 1 to 60 (minutes). L Configure the Telnet access settings. Press "L." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable telnet server(E/D)>." Enter "E" to enable the access. Enter "D" to disable it. W Configure the Web browser access settings. Press "W." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable web server (E/D)>." Enter "E" to enable the access. Enter "D" to disable it. B Configure the LED base mode settings. Press "B" to move to the LED Basic Mode Configuration page. For configuration details, refer to the next section (4.5.7.e). R Configure the settings to access the RADIUS server. The RADIUS is used in the IEEE802.1X authentication. Press "R" to move to the RADIUS Configuration page. For configuration details, refer to the next section (4.5.7.b). Y Configure the settings for sending system logs to the Syslog server. Press "Y." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable Syslog Transmission (E/D)>." Enter "E" to enable the Syslog transmission to the Syslog server. Enter "D" to disable it. N Edit the login username. 1. Press "N." The command prompt changes to "Enter current password>." Enter the cur rent password. 2. After entering the correct password, the command prompt changes to "Enter new name>." Enter a new username in 12 characters. P Edit the login password. 1. Press "P." The command prompt changes to "Enter old password>." Enter the current password. 2. If the password is correct, the command prompt changes to "Enter new password>." Enter a new password in 12 characters. 3. After entering the password, the command prompt changes to "Retype new password>" for confirmation. Enter the new password again. S Configure the SNMP access settings. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable SNMP Agent(E/D)>." Enter "E" to enable the access. Enter "D" to disable it. I Configure the access settings for the IP address configuration software, bundled with the Pana sonic network cameras. Press "I." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable IP setup interface (E/D)>." Enter "E" to enable the access. Enter "D" to disable it. A Configure a terminal accessible via Telnet. Press "A" to move to the Telnet Access Limitation Menu. For configuration details, refer to the next section (4.5.7.a). G Configure the settings for sending system logs to the Syslog server. Press "G" to move to the Syslog Transmission Configuration page. For configuration details, refer to the next section (4.5.7.c). 57 H Configure the SSH server settings. Press "H" to move to the SSH Server Configuration page. For configuration details, refer to the next section (4.5.7.d). O Configure the location to check the login username and password. 1. Press "O." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Press "1" to change the first location to check. Press "2" to change the second location to check. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Select the login method (L/R)>." Press "L" to use the username and password set for this Switching Hub. Press "R" to use the RADIUS authentication. Q Return to the parent menu. 58 4.5.7.a. Telnet Access Limitation Configuration On the System Security Configuration Menu, pressing "A" opens the Telnet Access Limitation screen, as shown in Fig. 4-18. On this screen, you can configure limita tion of equipment accessing to this Switching Hub via Telnet. PN28248 Local Management System System Security Configuration -> Telnet Access Limitation Menu Telnet Access Limitation : Disabled No. IP Address Subnet Mask --- --------------- --------------- 1 <empty> <empty> 2 <empty> <empty> 3 <empty> <empty> 4 <empty> <empty> 5 <empty> <empty> -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [E]nable/Disable Telnet Access Limitation [A]dd IP Address and Subnet Mask [D]elete IP Address and Subnet Mask [M]odify IP Address and Subnet Mask [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-18 Telnet Access Limitation Configuration Available commands are listed below. E Enable/disable the access limitation via Telnet. E Enable the access limitation. D Disable the access limitation. A Set accessible IP addresses. Five ranges can be set up. 1. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Enter IP address entry number>." Enter an IP address entry number between 1 and 5. 2. The command prompt changes to "Enter IP address>." Enter an IP address to be accessi ble. 3. If the IP address is correct, the command prompt changes to "Enter subnetwork mask>." Enter a range of IP address to which you wish to permit access with mask. (Setting example) No. IP Address Subnet Mask    Accessible IP Address --- ------------------ -------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- 1 192.168.1.10 255.255.255.255 192.168.1.10 (Only one unit can be accessed) 2 192.168.1.20 255.255.255.254 192.168.1.20、192.168.1.21 (Two units can be accessed) 3 192.168.2.1 255.255.255.128 192.168.2.1 ~ 192.168.2.127 (127 units can be accessed) 4 192.168.3.1 255.255.255.0  192.168.3.1 ~ 192.168.3.254 (254 units can be accessed) 59 D Delete a range of IP address that has been set up. Press "D." The command prompt changes to "Enter IP address entry number>." Enter an IP address entry number you wish to delete. M Change a range of IP address that has been set up. 1. Press "M." The command prompt changes to "Enter IP address entry number>." Enter an IP address entry number between 1 and 5. 2. The command prompt changes to "Enter IP address>." Enter an IP address that has been set up. 3. The command prompt changes to "Enter subnet mask>." Enter a range of IP address to which you wish to permit access with mask. Q Return to the parent menu. 60 4.5.7.b. RADIUS Configuration On the System Security Configuration Menu, pressing "R" opens the RADIUS Con figuration Page screen, as shown in Fig. 4-19. On this screen, you can configure access to the RADIUS server that is used in IEEE802.1X authentication. PN28248 Local Management System System Security Configuration -> RADIUS Configuration Menu NAS ID: Nas1 Index Server IP Address Shared Secret Response Time Max Retransmission ----- ----------------- -------------------- ------------- ------------------ 1 0.0.0.0 10 seconds 3 2 0.0.0.0 10 seconds 3 3 0.0.0.0 10 seconds 3 4 0.0.0.0 10 seconds 3 5 0.0.0.0 10 seconds 3 -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Set [N]AS ID Set Server [I]P Set Shared Se[c]ret Set [R]esponse Time Set [M]ax Retransmission [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-19 RADIUS Configuration Screen Description NAS ID Displays the authentication ID (NAS Identifier).

Server IP Address Displays the IP address of the RADIUS server. "0.0.0.0" is the factory default set ting.

Shared Secret Displays the common key (Shared Secret) that is used in authentication. The same key must be set in the server and the RADIUS client. In general, the system manager sets this secret key. The factory default setting has no secret key. Displays "encrypted" if the key is encrypted. Response Time Displays the maximum response time for the authentication request to the RADIUS server. The factory default setting is 10 seconds.

Maximum Retransmission Displays the number of times of retransmission for the authentication request to the RADIUS server. The factory default setting is 3.

Available commands are listed below. N Set the NAS ID (NAS Identifier). Press "N." The command prompt changes to "Enter NAS ID>." Enter the NAS ID in 16 charac ters or less. I Set the IP address of the RADIUS server. Press "I." The command prompt changes to "Enter IP Address for RADIUS server>." Enter the IP address. 61 C Set the common key of the RADIUS server. Press "C." The command prompt changes to "Enter secret string for server>." Enter the secret string in 20 characters or less. R Set the response time until the RADIUS server responds to the authentication request. Press "R." The command prompt changes to "Enter response time>." Enter the response time with a value of 1 to 120 (seconds). M Set the maximum number of times an authentication request is retransitted. 1. Press "M." The command prompt changes to "Enter RADIUS server index>." Enter the applicable index. 2. The command prompt changes to "Enter maximum retransmission>." Enter an integer number of 1 to 254. Q Return to the parent menu. 62 4.5.7.c. Syslog Transmission Configuration On the System Security Configuration Menu, pressing "G" opens the Syslog Trans mission Configuration Page screen, as shown in Fig. 4-20. On this screen, you can configure the settings of the Syslog server to which a system log is sent. PN28248 Local Management System System Security Configuration -> Syslog Transmission Configuration Menu Syslog Server List: No. Status IP Address Facility Include SysName/IP ---- ----------- --------------- ---------- ------------------ 1 Disabled 0.0.0.0 Facility0 2 Disabled 0.0.0.0 Facility0 -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Set Server [S]tatus Set Server [I]P [Q]uit to previous menu Set Server [F]acility Set S[y]sName/IP Include [C]lear Server Information Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-20 Syslog Transmission Configuration Screen Description Status Displays the status of each entry. Enabled Setting of the entry is enabled. Disabled Setting of the entry is disabled. IP Address Displays the IP address of the Syslog server. Facility Displays the value of Facility.

Include Sys Name/IP Displays information to be added. SysName Adds the SysName of this Switching Hub to the system log to be transmitted. IP address Adds the IP address of this Switching Hub to the system log to be transmitted.

Available commands are listed below. S Set the status of Syslog Transmission. 1. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter a num ber you wish to set. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable Server (E/D)>." Enter "E" to enable the server. Enter "D" to disable it. 63 F Set Facility. 1. Press "F." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter a num ber you wish to set. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter Server Facility>." Enter a value of 0 to 7 (Local0 to Local7). I Set the IP address of the Syslog server. 1. Press "I." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter a num ber you wish to set. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter IP address for manager>." Enter the IP address of the Syslog server. Y Set information that is added to the system log to be transmitted. 1. Press "Y." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter a num ber you wish to set. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter Include Information>." Enter "S" to add the SysName of this Switching Hub, "I" to add the IP address, or "N" not to add the IP address. C Delete setting information of Syslog Transmission. 1. Press "C." The command prompt changes to "Enter manager entry number>." Enter a num ber you wish to delete. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Clear Syslog Server information>." Enter "Y" to delete the server information. Enter "N" not to delete it. Q Return to the parent menu. 64 4.5.7.d. SSH Server Configuration On the System Security Configuration Menu, pressing "H" opens the SSH Server Configuration screen, as shown in Fig. 4-21. On this screen, you can configure the SSH server settings. This Switching Hub only supports SSHv2. Use a client that supports SSHv2 and connect to it. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> SSH Server Configuration SSH UI Idle Timeout: 5 Min. SSH Auth. Idle Timeout: 120 Sec. SSH Auth. Retries Time: 5 SSH Server: Disabled SSH Server key: Key exists. -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [G]enerate SSH Server key Enable/Disable SS[H] Server Set SSH UI Time [O]ut Set SSH [A]uthentication Time Out Set SSH Authentication [R]etries Time [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-21 SSH Server Configuration Screen Description SSH UI Idle Timeout: Displays the idle timeout settings (in minutes) for terminating a SSH connected session if no input is made. The factory default setting is 5 minutes. SSH Auth. Idle Timeout: Displays the time to wait for a response to SSH authentication. The factory default setting is 120 seconds. SSH Auth. Retries Time: Displays the number of times of retransmission of SSH authentication. The factory default setting is 5. SSH Server: Displays the SSH access settings. "Disabled" is the factory default setting. Enabled(SSH) Access is enabled. Disabled Access is disabled. SSH Server key: Displays the SSH server key status. Key exists. The server key exists. Key does not exist. The server key does not exist. 65 Available commands are listed below. G Create an SSH server key. Press "G" to create the SSH server key. H Configure the SSH access settings. Press "H." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable SSH server (E/D)>." Enter "E" to enable the access. Enter "D" to disable it. O Configure the idle timeout settings for automatically terminating a SSH-connected session if no input is made. Press "O." The command prompt changes to "Enter SSH UI idle timeout>." Enter a value from 1 to 60 (minutes). A Configure the time to wait for a response to SSH authentication. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Enter SSH authentication idle timeout>." Enter a value from 1 to 120 (seconds). R Configure the number of times a SSH authentication is retransmitted. Press "R." The command prompt changes to "Enter SSH authentication retries time>." Enter a value from 0 to 5 (times). Q Return to the parent menu. 66 4.5.7.e. LED Base Mode Configuration On the System Security Configuration Menu, pressing "B" opens the LED Base Mode Configuration screen, as shown in Fig. 4-22. On this screen, you can config ure the LED base mode settings. PN28248 Local Management System System Security Configuration -> LED Base Mode Configuration LED Base Mode: Status Note: Save Configuration to Flash will be executed when LED Base Mode changed. -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Set LED [B]ase Mode [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-22 LED Base Mode Configuration Screen Description LED basemode Displays the current LED base mode. For all ports, the factory default setting is set to the Status mode (Status). Status Operating in the Status mode. Eco Operating in the ECO mode. Available commands are listed below. B Change the current LED base mode. Press "B." The command prompt changes to "Select LED Base Mode (S/E)>." Press "S" to change the LED base mode to the Status mode. Press "E" to change to the ECO mode. Q Return to the parent menu. Note: When you change the LED base mode, all configuration information will be saved into the internal memory. 67 4.5.8. Forwarding Database On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "F" opens the Forwarding Data base Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-23. On this screen, a list of MAC address tables required for transferring packets that have been learned and recorded is dis played. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> Forwarding Database Menu [S]tatic Address Table M[A]C Learning Display MAC Address by [P]ort Display MAC Address by [M]AC Display MAC Address by [V]ID [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-23 Reference to MAC Address Table Screen Description Static Address Table Adds or deletes MAC addresses. For details, refer to the next section (4.5.8.a). MAC Learning Configures the Auto/OFF settings of the MAC Learning function by port. When it is OFF, only the MAC addresses registered in "Static Address Table" can be communicated. For details, refer to the next section (4.5.8.b).

Display MAC Address by Port Display MAC Address by MAC Displays the MAC address table by port. For details, refer to the next section (4.5.8.c). Displays all registered MAC addresses. For details, refer to the next section (4.5.8.d).

Display MAC Address by VID Displays the MAC address table by VLAN. For details, refer to the next section (4.5.8.e). Quit to previous menu Return to the parent menu. 68 4.5.8.a. Addition or Deletion of MAC Address On the Forwarding Database Menu, pressing "S" opens the Static Address Table Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-24. On this screen, you can add or delete MAC addresses statically. PN28248 Local Management System Forwarding Database Menu -> Static Address Table Menu MAC Address Port VLAN ID ----------------- ------ ------- Database is empty! -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [N]ext Page [D]elete Entry [P]revious Page [Q]uit to previous menu [A]dd New Entry Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-24 Addition or Deletion of MAC Address Screen Description MAC Address Displays all the entries in the MAC address table. Port Displays the port to which the MAC address belongs. VLAN ID Displays the VLAN ID to which the MAC address belongs. Available commands are listed below. N Display the next page. Press "N" to display the next page. P Display the previous page. Press "P" to display the previous page. A Execute additional registration of MAC address. 1. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Enter MAC Address(xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx)." Enter a MAC address to be added. 2. The command prompt changes to "Add new entry->Enter port number>." Enter the port number to which the MAC address belongs. 3. The command prompt changes to "Add new entry->Enter VLAN ID>." Enter the VLAN ID to which the MAC address belongs with a value of 1 to 4094. 69 D Delete a MAC address that has been registered. 1. Press "D." The command prompt changes to "Enter MAC Address(xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx)." Enter a MAC address to be deleted. 2. The command prompt changes to "Delete entry->Enter VLAN ID>." Enter the VLAN ID to which the MAC address belongs with a value of 1 to 4094. Q Return to the parent menu. 70 4.5.8.b. MAC Address Learning Mode Configuration On the Forwarding Database Menu, pressing "A" opens the MAC Learning Menu screen, as shown inFig. 4-25. On this screen, you can configure the learning mode settings of the MAC address by port. PN28248 Local Management System Forwarding Database Menu -> MAC Learning Menu Port MAC Learning ------ ------------ 1 Auto 2 Auto 3 Auto 4 Auto 5 Auto 6 Auto 7 Auto 8 Auto 9 Auto 10 Auto 11 Auto 12 Auto -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [N]ext Page [S]et MAC Learning Mode [P]revious Page [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-25 MAC Address Learning Mode Configuration Screen Description Port Displays the port number. MAC Learning Displays the learning method of the MAC address. "Auto" is the factory default setting. Auto The MAC address is automatically learned, and the packet trans mission is executed. Disabled Auto-learning of MAC address is disabled, and packet transmis sion is not executed unless the MAC address is registered stati cally. Note: When the MAC address auto-learning is disabled, communication cannot be executed unless the MAC address is registered statically. Available commands are listed below. N Display the next page. Press "N" to display the next page. P Display the previous page. Press "P" to display the previous page. 71 S Switch the learning mode of the MAC address. 1. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Select Port Number to be changed>." Enter a port number for which you wish to change the setting. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Change MAC Learning Mode for port #(specified port number) (A/D)>." Enter "A" for MAC address auto-leaning. Otherwise, enter "D." Q Return to the parent menu. Note: When IEEE802.1X port-based authentication is activated, the MAC address learning mode for a port cannot be disabled in the MAC Learning Menu. 72 4.5.8.c. Display of MAC Address Table by Port On the Forwarding Database Information Menu, press "P." The command prompt changes to "Enter Port Number>." Specifying a port number opens the Display MAC Address by Port screen as shown in Fig. 4-26. On this screen, you can display the MAC address table by port. PN28248 Local Management System Forwarding Database Menu -> Display MAC Address by Port Age-Out Time: 300 Sec. Selected Port: 1 MAC Address Port ----------------- ---- -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [N]ext Page [S]elect Port No [P]revious Page [Q]uit to previous menu Set [A]ge-Out Time Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-26 Display of MAC Address Table by Port Screen Description Age-Out Time: Displays the time to store the MAC address table. It is equal to the time after receiving the last packet. The factory default setting is 300 seconds (5 minutes). Select Port: Displays the selected port number. MAC Address Displays all the entries in the MAC address table. Port Displays the port to which the MAC address belong. Available commands are listed below. N Display the next page. Press "N" to display the next page. P Display the previous page. Press "P" to display the previous page. A Set the time to store the MAC address. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Enter Age-Out time>." Enter the age-out time with a value of 10 to 1000000 (seconds). S Switch the port to be displayed. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Enter Port Number>." Enter a port number you wish to display. Q Return to the parent menu. 73 4.5.8.d. Display of All MAC Addresses On the Forwarding Database Menu, pressing "M" opens the Display MAC Address by MAC screen, as shown in Fig. 4-27. On this screen, you can display all the MAC address tables in this Switching Hub. PN28248 Local Management System Forwarding Database Menu -> Display MAC Address by MAC Age-Out Time: 300 Sec. MAC Address Port ----------------- ---- xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx CPU -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [N]ext Page Set [A]ge-Out Time [P]revious Page [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-27 Display of All MAC Addresses Screen Description Age-Out Time: Displays the time to store the MAC address table. It is equal to the time after receiving the last packet. The factory default setting is 300 seconds (5 minutes). MAC Address Displays all the entries in the MAC address table. Port Displays the port to which the MAC address belongs. Available commands are listed below. N Display the next page. Press "N" to display the next page. P Display the previous page. Press "P" to display the previous page. A Set the time to store the MAC address. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Enter Age-Out time>." Enter the age-out time with a value of 10 to 1000000 (seconds). Q Return to the parent menu. 74 4.5.8.e. Display of MAC Address Table by VLAN On the Forwarding Database Menu, press "V." The command prompt changes to "Enter VLAN ID>." Specifying a port number opens the Display MAC Address by VLAN ID screen as shown in Fig. 4-28. On this screen, you can display the MAC address table by VLAN. PN28248 Local Management System Forwarding Database Menu -> Display MAC Address by VLAN ID Age-Out Time: 300 Sec. Selected VLAN ID:1 MAC Address Port ----------------- ---- -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [N]ext Page [S]elect VLAN ID [P]revious Page [Q]uit to previous menu Set [A]ge-Out Time Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-28 Display of MAC Address Table by VLAN Screen Description Age-Out Time: Displays the time to store the MAC address table. It is equal to the time after receiving the last packet. The factory default setting is 300 seconds (5 minutes). Select VLAN ID: Displays the selected VLAN ID. MAC Address Displays all the entries in the MAC address table. Port Displays the port to which the MAC address has been belongs. Available commands are listed below. N Display the next page. Press "N" to display the next page. P Display the previous page. Press "P" to display the previous page. A Set the time to store the MAC address. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Enter Age-Out time>." Enter the age-out time with a value of 10 to 1000000 (seconds). S Switch the VLAN to be displayed. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Enter VLAN ID>." Enter a VLAN ID you wish to display. Q Return to the parent menu. 75 4.5.9. SNTP Configuration In this Switching Hub, it is possible to set the time accurately by synchronizing the internal clock to an external SNTP server's clock via SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol). On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "T" opens the Time Configura tion Menu screen, as shown in Fig. 4-29. On this screen, you can configure the SNTP settings. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> Time Configuration Menu Time ( HH:MM:SS ) : xx:xx:xx Date ( YYYY/MM/DD ) : xxxx/xx/xx xxxxxx SNTP Server IP : x.x.x.x SNTP Polling Interval : 1440 Min Time Zone : (GMT+09:00) Osaka,Sapporo,Tokyo Daylight Saving : N/A -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- Set SNTP Server I[P] Set SNTP [I]nterval Set Time [Z]one S[e]t Daylight Saving [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-29 SNTP Configuration Menu Screen Description Time(HH:MM:SS): Displays the time of the internal clock. Date(YYYY/MM/DD): Displays the date of the internal clock. SNTP Server IP: Displays the IP address of the SNTP server that executes time synchroni zation. SNTP Polling Interval: Displays the interval of time synchronization with the SNTP server. Time Zone: Displays the time zone. Daylight Saving: Displays the application status of Daylight Saving (Summer time). 76 Available commands are listed below. P Set the IP address of the SNTP server. Press "P." The command prompt changes to "Enter new IP address>." Enter the IP address of the SNTP server. I Set the interval time for SNTP synchronization. Press "I." The command prompt changes to "Enter Interval Time>." Enter the interval of time synchronization with the SNTP server with a value of 1 to 1440 (minutes). The factory default setting is 1440 minutes (1 day). E Set the application of Daylight Saving (Summer time). Press "E." The command prompt changes to "Enable or Disable Daylight Saving (E/D)>." Enter "E" to apply Daylight Saving. Enter "D" not to apply it. However, in case the set time zone is a zone where Daylight Saving is not applied, this con figuration is not available. Z Set the time zone. Press "Z" to open a list of time zones. Specify a time zone you wish to set. The factory default setting is "(GMT+09:00) Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo." Q Return to the parent menu. Note: In case the SNTP server is located outside of the firewall, connection with the SNTP server may not be possible depending on settings by the system admin istrator. For details, ask your system administrator. If you wish to disable the time synchronization function, set the SNTP server IP to "0.0.0.0." 77 4.5.10. ARP Table Configuration On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "R" opens the ARP Table screen, as shown in Fig. 4-30. On this screen, you can refer to and configure the ARP table. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> ARP Table Sorting Method : By IP ARP Age Timeout : 7200 seconds IP Address Hardware Address Type --------------- ----------------- ------- -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [N]ext Page [A]dd/Modify Static Entry [P]revious Page [D]elete Entry Set ARP Age [T]imeout [Q]uit to previous menu [S]orting Entry Method Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-30 ARP Table Screen Description Sorting Method Displays the order of displaying. By IP Displays in the order of IP address. By MAC Displays in the order of MAC address. By Static Type Displays addresses set manually. By Dynamic Type Displays addresses learned automatically. ARP Age Timeout Displays the age-out time of the ARP table. IP Address Displays the IP address entries on the ARP table. Hardware Address Displays the hardware address on the ARP table. Type Displays the type of the registered ARP entry. Static Indicates that the ARP entry has been set manually. Dynamic Indicates that the ARP entry has been learned auto matically. 78 Available commands are listed below. N Display the next page. Press "N" to display the next page. P Display the previous page. Press "P" to display the previous page. T Set the age-out time of the ARP table. Press "T." The command prompt changes to "Enter ARP age timeout value >." Enter the age out time of the ARP table with a value of 30 to 86400 (seconds). S Select the order of displaying ARP table. Press "S." The command prompt changes to "Select method for sorting entry to display (I/ / M/T)." Enter "I" to display the order of IP Address, "M" to display the order of Hardware Address, or "T" to display the order of Type. When you enter "T," the command prompt changes to "Select type for sorting entry to dis play (S/D)>." Enter "S" to display addresses set manually or "D" to display addresses learned automatically. A Add or correct an entry of the ARP table. 1. Press "A." The command prompt changes to "Enter IP address>." Enter an IP address. 2. Then, the command prompt changes to "Enter Hardware address>." Enter MAC Address in such way as "**:**:**:**:**:**." D Delete an entry of the ARP table. Press "D." The command prompt changes to "Enter IP address>." Enter an IP address. Q Return to the parent menu. 79 4.5.11. LLDP Configuration On the Basic Switch Configuration Menu, pressing "L" opens the LLDP Configura tion screen, as shown in Fig. 4-31. On this screen, you can configure the LLDP set tings. PN28248 Local Management System Basic Switch Configuration -> LLDP Configuration LLDP Status : Disabled Port Admin Status Port Desc Sys Name Sys Desc Sys Cap Mgmt Addr ---- ------------ --------- -------- -------- -------- --------- 1 Both Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled 2 Both Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled 3 Both Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled 4 Both Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled 5 Both Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled 6 Both Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled 7 Both Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled 8 Both Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled 9 Both Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled 10 Both Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled -------------------------------- <COMMAND> ----------------------------------- [N]ext Page [S]et LLDP Status Enable/Disable TL[V] [P]revious Page [L]LDP Port Admin Status N[e]ighbor Table [Q]uit to previous menu Command> Enter the character in square brackets to select option Fig. 4-31 LLDP Configuration Screen Description LLDP Status Displays the LLDP settings. Enabled Enables the LLDP. Disabled Disables the LLDP.(Factory default setting) Port Displays the port number. Admin Status Displays the LLDP status. TX Only Executes only LLDP transmission. RX Only Executes only LLDP receiving. Both Executes LLDP transmission and receiving. (Factory default set ting) Disabled Does not execute LLDP transmission and receiving. Port Desc Displays whether or not interface information is included in the frame of the LLDP. Enabled Included in the LLDP. Disabled Not included in the LLDP. (Factory default setting) Sys Name Displays whether or not the host name is included in the frame of the LLDP. Enabled Included in the LLDP. Disabled Not included in the LLDP. (Factory default setting) 80


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