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S1720GFR, S2700, S5700, and S6720 V200R010C00 Web-based Configuration Guide

This document describes the configuration and maintenance of device through the web network management system. The web network management system provides the functions of viewing device information and managing the entire system, interfaces, services, ACL, QoS, routes, security, and tools.
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Advanced SVF Config(SVF)

Advanced SVF Config(SVF)

This section describes how to perform advanced SVF configuration.

Advanced SVF configuration is supported only in SVF mode.

Only the S5720HI, S6720EI, and S6720S-EI support SVF mode.

AS Access Mgmt

This section describes how to add AS blacklist and whitelist and an AS group to an SVF system.

Procedure

  • Create AS blacklist and whitelist.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Access Mgmt and click the AS Blacklist And Whitelist tab.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 1-70.

      Figure 1-70  Creating AS blacklist and whitelist

    3. Set a value for AS MAC Address and select blacklist or whitelist from the Manage drop-down list box.
    4. Click to complete the configuration.
  • Delete AS blacklist and whitelist.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Access Mgmt and click the AS Blacklist And Whitelist tab.
    2. Select the required blacklist and whitelist and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Create an AS group.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Access Mgmt and click the AS Group tab.
    2. Click Create and set AS group parameters, as shown in Figure 1-71.

      Figure 1-71  Creating an AS group

      Table 1-55 describes parameters on the page.
      Table 1-55  Parameters for creating an AS group

      Parameter

      Description

      AS Group Name

      Specifies the name of an AS group.

      AS Name

      Specifies the name of an AS. Click Manage and add the specified AS in the Available AS list to an AS group.
      NOTE:

      This parameter is valid only when there is an AS list after you choose SVF Quick Config > AS Addition > Name ASs.

      Administrator Profile

      Allows selecting the corresponding administrator profile.
      NOTE:

      This parameter is valid only when there is an AS administrator profile list after you choose Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt > AS Administrator Profile.

    3. Configure the parameters and click to complete the configuration.
  • Delete an AS group.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Access Mgmt and click the AS Group tab.
    2. Select the AS group to be deleted and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

AS Port Group

This section describes how to add an AS port group to an SVF system.

Procedure

  • Create an AS port group.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Port Group.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 1-72.

      Figure 1-72  Creating an AS port group

      Table 1-56 describes parameters on the page.
      Table 1-56  Parameters for creating an AS port group

      Parameter

      Description

      Port Group Name

      Specifies the name of a port group.

      Whether Connected to AP

      Specifies a port type:
      • Yes: indicates a port connected to an AP.
      • No: indicates a port connected to a user.

      Network Basic Profile

      Specifies the name of a network basic profile to be bound to the port group. Click Manage to select the name of the network basic profile to be bound.
      NOTE:

      This parameter is valid only when there is a network basic profile list after you choose Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt > Network Basic Profile.

      Network Enhanced Profile

      Specifies the name of a network enhanced profile to be bound to the port group.
      NOTE:

      This parameter is valid only when Whether Connected to AP is set to No and there is a network enhanced profile list after you choose Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt > Network Enhanced Profile.

      User Access Profile

      Specifies the name of a user access profile to be bound to the port group.
      NOTE:

      This parameter is valid only when Whether Connected to AP is set to No and there is a user access profile list after you choose Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt > User Access Profile.

    3. Configure the parameters and click to complete the configuration.
  • Delete an AS port group.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Port Group.
    2. Select the required AS port group and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

AS Profile Mgmt

This section describes how to add AS profiles to an SVF system.

Procedure

  • Create a network basic profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt and click the Network Basic Profile tab.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 1-73.

      Figure 1-73  Creating a network basic profile

      Table 1-57 describes parameters on the page.
      Table 1-57  Parameters for creating a network basic profile

      Parameter

      Description

      Profile Name

      Specifies a profile name.

      Default VLAN

      Configures a default VLAN.

      Allowed VLAN

      Configures an allowed VLAN.

      Voice VLAN

      Configures a voice VLAN.

    3. Configure the parameters and click to complete the configuration.
  • Delete a network basic profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt and click the Network Basic Profile tab.
    2. Select the required network basic profile and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Create a network enhanced profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt and click the Network Enhanced Profile tab.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 1-74.

      Figure 1-74  Creating a network enhanced profile

      Table 1-58 describes parameters on the page.
      Table 1-58  Parameters for creating a network enhanced profile

      Parameter

      Description

      Profile Name

      Specifies a profile name.

      Unknown Unicast Traffic Suppression (pps)

      Sets the maximum rate of unknown unicast traffic.

      Broadcast Traffic Suppression (pps)

      Sets the maximum rate of broadcast traffic.

      Multicast Traffic Suppression (pps)

      Sets the maximum rate of multicast traffic.

      DHCP Snooping

      Indicates whether to enable DHCP snooping:

      • ON: Enable DHCP snooping.
      • OFF: Disable DHCP snooping.

      IPSG

      Indicates whether to enable IP packet check:

      • ON: Enable IP packet check.
      • OFF: Disable IP packet check.
      NOTE:

      This parameter is valid only when DHCP Snooping is set to ON.

      DAI

      Indicates whether to enable dynamic ARP inspection.

      • ON: Enable dynamic ARP inspection.
      • OFF: Disable dynamic ARP inspection.
      NOTE:

      This parameter is valid only when DHCP Snooping is set to ON.

      Priority Trust

      Indicates whether to enable the priority trust function.

      • ON: Enable priority trust.
      • OFF: Disable priority trust.

      All Traffic Suppression (kbps)

      Sets the traffic rate limit.

      Edge Port

      Indicates whether to enable the edge port function:

      • ON: Enables the edge port function.
      • OFF: Disable the edge port function.

    3. Configure the parameters and click to complete the configuration.
  • Delete a network enhanced profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt and click the Network Enhanced Profile tab.
    2. Select the required network enhanced profile and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Create a user access profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt and click the User Access Profile tab.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 1-75.

      Figure 1-75  Creating a user access profile

      Table 1-59 describes parameters on the page.
      Table 1-59  Parameters for creating a user access profile

      Parameter

      Description

      Profile Name

      Specifies a profile name.

      Bound Authentication Profile Name

      Specifies the name of an authentication profile to be bound to the user access profile.

      NOTE:

      Choose Security Services > AAA > Authentication Profile to learn how to create an authentication profile.

      Number of Access Users

      Sets the maximum number of access users.

      ARP Packet Rate Limit (kbps)

      Sets the rate limit of incoming ARP packets on an AS port.

      NOTE:

      This parameter is valid when no value is set for Bound Authentication Profile Name.

      DHCP Packet Rate Limit (kbps)

      Sets the rate limit of incoming DHCP packets on an AS port.

      NOTE:

      This parameter is valid when no value is set for Bound Authentication Profile Name.

    3. Configure the parameters and click to complete the configuration.
  • Delete a user access profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt and click the User Access Profile tab.
    2. Select the required user access profile and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Create an AS administrator profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt and click the AS Administrator Profile tab.
    2. Click Create, as shown in Figure 1-76.

      Figure 1-76  Creating an AS administrator profile

      Table 1-60 describes parameters on the page.
      Table 1-60  Parameters for creating an AS administrator profile

      Parameter

      Description

      Profile Name

      Specifies a profile name.

      User Name

      Configures an AS administrator user name.

      Password

      Configures an AS administrator password.

      ARP Rate Limit (kbps)

      Sets the rate limit of outgoing ARP packets on an AS uplink fabric-port.

      DHCP Rate Limit (kbps)

      Sets the rate limit of outgoing DHCP packets on an AS uplink fabric-port.

    3. Configure the parameters and click to complete the configuration.
  • Delete an AS administrator profile.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Profile Mgmt and click the AS Administrator Profile tab.
    2. Select the required AS administrator profile and click Delete.
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

AS Direct Config

This section describes how to directly configure ASs on the parent.

Context

Choose Monitoring > Summary to check Member Device Status. Only normal ASs working in centralized configuration mode can be directly configured on the parent.

Procedure

  • Global AS configuration
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Direct Config to enter the AS Direct Config page.
    2. Click behind AS Name to select the AS to be configured and click OK to enter the configuration page. Click the Global Configuration tab, as shown in Figure 1-77.

      Figure 1-77  Global configuration page

      Table 1-61 describes parameters on the page.
      Table 1-61  Global configuration parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Packet Rate Limit

      Source IP-based ARP rate limit (pps)

      Configures ARP rate limiting based on source IP addresses.

      Source MAC-based ARP rate limit (pps)

      Configures ARP rate limiting based on source MAC addresses.

      NOTE:

      This function is supported only when ASs are S6720S-EIs or S6720EIs.

      PoE
      NOTE:

      You can click PoE parameters to edit these parameters and click to complete the configuration. This information is displayed only on the PoE-supporting switches.

      Slot ID

      Specifies the slot ID of a PoE power module.

      IEEE 802.3af-compliant Power Supply

      Indicates whether IEEE 802.3af-compliant power supply is enabled:

      • ON: Enable IEEE 802.3af-compliant power supply.
      • OFF: Disable IEEE 802.3af-compliant power supply.

      Allow High Inrush Current During Power-on

      Indicates whether to enable a switch to allow high inrush current during power-on:

      • ON: Enable a switch to allow high inrush current during power-on.
      • OFF: Disable a switch from allowing high inrush current during power-on.

    3. Configure the parameters and click Apply to complete the configuration.
  • AS interface configuration
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced SVF Config > AS Direct Config to enter the AS Direct Config page.
    2. Click behind AS Name to select the AS to be configured and click OK to enter the configuration page. Click the Interface Configuration tab and select the interface to be configured, as shown in Figure 1-78.

      Figure 1-78  Interface configuration page

      When Configured as a Stack Port is selected, Table 1-62 describes parameters on the page.
      Table 1-62  Interface configuration parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Logical stack port ID

      Specifies the logical stack port to which physical member ports are added.

      When Configured as a Stack Port is not selected, Table 1-63 describes parameters on the page.
      Table 1-63  Interface configuration parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Ethernet Port

      Auto-Negotiation

      Indicates whether the auto-negotiation function is enabled:
      • ON: Enable the auto-negotiation function.
      • OFF: Disable the auto-negotiation function.

      Interface rate

      Sets the rate in non-auto-negotiation mode.
      NOTE:
      This parameter is valid only when Auto-Negotiation is set to OFF.

      Duplex mode

      Sets the duplex mode for an in non-auto-negotiation mode.
      NOTE:
      This parameter is valid only when Auto-Negotiation is set to OFF.

      Loop detection

      Indicates whether to enable loopback detection:
      • ON: Enable loopback detection.
      • OFF: Disable loopback detection.
      PoE

      Forcible power supply on ports

      Indicates whether forcible power supply is enabled on ports:
      • ON: Enable loopback detection.
      • OFF: Disable loopback detection.

      PD compatibility detection

      Indicates whether PD compatibility detection is enabled:
      • ON: Enable PD compatibility detection.
      • OFF: Disable PD compatibility detection.

      Power supply priority

      Sets the power supply priority of a PoE interface.

      Advanced

      Port bridge

      Indicates whether the port bridge function is enabled:
      • ON: Enable the port bridge function.
      • OFF: Disable the port bridge function.

      Electrical port sleeping

      Indicates whether to enable electrical port sleeping:
      • ON: Enable electrical port sleeping.
      • OFF: Disable electrical port sleeping.

      Loopback detection

      Indicates whether to enable loopback detection:
      • ON: Enable loopback detection.
      • OFF: Disable loopback detection.

      Loopback detection in a specified VLAN

      Performs loopback detection in a specified VLAN.

    3. Configure the parameters and click Apply to complete the configuration.
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