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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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Summary (Standalone)

Summary (Standalone)

This chapter describes information about the components in standalone mode, including device panel, system information, system status, bandwidth usage, and system log.

Panel

The panel diagram displays the panel of a switch.

Context

The panel section displays information about interfaces on a switch panel, including the number of interfaces and status of each interface. When you move the mouse to an interface, the interface number and status are displayed.

Procedure

  1. Click Monitoring on the toolbar. The panel diagram is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-25.

    NOTE:

    For an S5720HI, choose Monitoring > Summary in the NAC unified mode.

    Figure 1-25  Panel diagram

System Description

The System Description page displays information about a switch, such as the product model, device name, running time, and serial number of the switch.

Procedure

  1. Click Monitoring on the toolbar. The system description of the switch is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-26.

    NOTE:

    For an S5720HI, choose Monitoring > Summary in the NAC unified mode.

    Figure 1-26  System Description section

    NOTE:

    The product model, software version, and other product information provided here are only for reference and may differ from actual device information.

Switch Status

The Switch Status section displays status monitoring information of a switch.

Context

To view the real-time status of a switch, refresh the page.

Procedure

  1. Click Monitoring on the toolbar. The switch status is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-27.

    NOTE:

    For an S5720HI, choose Monitoring > Summary in the NAC unified mode.

    Figure 1-27  Switch Status section

  2. Click the CPU Usage, Memory Usage, and Temperature tabs to view detailed status information, as shown in Figure 1-28.

    Figure 1-28  Detailed status information

    You can click to switch between different status information.

  3. For a battery switch, the battery status is also displayed, as shown in Figure 1-29. When you move the mouse to a battery status icon, the battery status represent by the icon is displayed. Table 1-13 shows the status of different batteries and the corresponding icons.

    NOTE:
    • Battery switches include S5700-28P-LI-BAT and S5700-28P-LI-24S-BAT.
    • The preceding product models support the following batteries: lead-acid battery (used with the PBB-12AHA lead-acid battery charger module), 4AHA lithium battery, and 8AHA lithium battery.
    Figure 1-29  Switch Status section

    Table 1-13  Battery status and status icons

    Battery Type

    Battery Status

    Icon

    Lead-acid battery

    Absent



    Charging

    Full power

    Discharging

    Abnormal

    Lithium battery

    Absent



    NOTE:

    A lithium battery is discharging, and the displayed status icon depends on the remaining power of the battery. If the remaining power is less than 20% of the full power, the red discharging icon is displayed, indicating that the power is too low. If the remaining power is more than 20% of the full power, the green discharging icon is displayed.

    When a lithium battery is charging or discharging, the current power percentage is displayed above the status icon. For example, if a lithium battery is fully charged, "Lithium battery 100%" is displayed. If the remaining power of a discharging lithium battery is too low, "Lithium battery 18%" is displayed.

    Charging

    Full power

    Discharging

    The remaining power is normal (higher than or equal to 20%).

    Discharging

    The remaining power is too low (lower than 20%).

    Abnormal

    Upgrading

TOP5 Bandwidth Utilization

This section describes operations you can perform on the TOP5 Bandwidth Utilization.

Procedure

  1. Click Monitoring to open the Monitoring page, and click on the left of Interface Bandwidth Utilization, Log, Alarm, etc. The top 5 interface bandwidth utilization is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-30.

    NOTE:

    For an S5720HI, choose Monitoring > Summary in the NAC unified mode.

    Figure 1-30  Top 5 Bandwidth Utilization

  2. If you want to view the bandwidth utilization of a specific interface, click the interface below Port Name. The Bandwidth Utilization is displayed. On the page, you can view the real-time bandwidth utilization of this interface, as shown in Figure 1-31.

    Figure 1-31  Bandwidth Utilization

  3. If you want to view the bandwidth utilization of other interfaces, click More in the lower right corner of the Top 5 Bandwidth Utilization. The Port List is displayed. You can view detailed information about other interfaces on the Port List, as shown in Figure 1-32.

    Figure 1-32  Port List

    You can use the following method to search and view detailed information about a specific interface on the Port List.
    1. Select an interface type from the drop-down list.
    2. Enter the interface number in the second search box.
    3. Click .
    On the Port List, you can perform refresh, clear, and clear all operations.
    • Click Refresh to obtain the latest bandwidth utilization.
    • Click Clear to clear the bandwidth utilization of a specified interface and refresh the page.
    • Click Clear All to clear the bandwidth utilization of all interfaces and refresh the page.

    Table 1-14 describes the parameters on the Port List.

    Table 1-14  Port List

    Item

    Description

    Interface Name

    Bandwidth utilization of an interface with a specified type and number.

    Inbound Bandwidth Usage

    Bandwidth utilization of the incoming traffic.

    Outbound Bandwidth Usage

    Bandwidth utilization of the outgoing traffic.

    Inbound Error Packets

    Number of error packets received by an interface.

    Outbound Error Packets

    Number of error packets sent by an interface.

    Inbound Broadcast Packets

    Number of broadcast packets received by an interface.

    Outbound Broadcast Packets

    Number of broadcast packets sent by an interface.

    Operation

    Click Details to obtain the running status of the interface and interface statistics.

Log

The Log section displays five latest logs with highest severities, providing the generation time and contents of each log.

Context

You can click More to view more logs.

Procedure

  1. Click Monitoring to open the Monitoring page, and click on the left of Interface Bandwidth Utilization, Log, Alarm, etc. Logs are displayed in the Log section, as shown in Figure 1-33.

    NOTE:

    For an S5720HI, choose Monitoring > Summary in the NAC unified mode.

    Figure 1-33  Log section

  2. Click More to display the Log Management page. You can view latest logs with highest severities on this page.

Alarm

The Alarm section displays five latest alarms, providing the generation time and contents of each alarm.

Context

You can click More to view more alarms.

Procedure

  1. Click Monitoring to open the Monitoring page, and click on the left of Interface Bandwidth Utilization, Log, Alarm, etc. Alarms are displayed in the Alarm section, as shown in Figure 1-34.

    NOTE:

    For an S5720HI, choose Monitoring > Summary in the NAC unified mode.

    Figure 1-34  Alarm section

  2. Click More to display the Alarm Management page. You can view latest alarms on this page.

Power status

The Power status section displays power module presence information and working status, total power of PoE powers, and available PoE power.

Context

For a non-PoE device that provides only internal power modules, the Power status section is not displayed on the Monitor page. If the device does not support PoE power supply, total available PoE power and total PoE output power are not displayed in the Power status section.

Procedure

  1. Click Monitoring to open the Monitoring page, and click on the left of Interface Bandwidth Utilization, Log, Alarm, etc. The Power Status is displayed, as shown in Figure 1-35.

    NOTE:

    For an S5720HI, choose Monitoring > Summary in the NAC unified mode.

    Figure 1-35  Power Status section

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