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S600-E V200R011C10 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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STP

STP

A spanning tree protocol can trim a network with loops into a loop-free tree network. It prevents infinite looping of packets to ensure packet processing capabilities of the switch.

STP Summary

Procedure

  • Enable STP globally.
    1. Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > STP Summary to access the STP Summary page.
    2. Set Global STP status to ON to enable STP globally.

      NOTE:
      The STP Global Setting and Interface Status parameters are available only when the STP is enabled globally.

  • Configure Global STP.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > STP Summary to access the STP Summary page, as shown in Figure 5-65.

      Figure 5-65  STP configuration

      Table 5-33 describes the parameters on the STP Summary page.

      Table 5-33  Description of parameters on the STP Summary page

      Parameter

      Description

      STP working mode

      Working mode of STP:

      • MSTP: The switch sends MSTP BPDUs.
      • RSTP: The switch sends RSTP BPDUs.
      • STP: The switch sends STP BPDUs.
      • VBST: The switch sends VBST BPDUs.

      BPDU protection

      Whether BPDU protection is enabled:

      • ON: BPDU protection is enabled.
      • OFF: BPDU protection is disabled.

    2. Set parameters and click Apply.
  • Configure the port status.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > STP Summary to access the STP Summary page, as shown in Figure 5-65.
    2. Enter the instance ID in the Instance text box.
    3. Select a port to be configured.

      Perform either of the following operations.

      • Click the port icon to select one or more ports.
      • Drag the mouse to select consecutive ports in a batch.
      • Select the device panel to select all ports.

    4. Click Enable STP, Disable STP, Enable Edge Port, or Disable Edge Port to configure selected ports.

MST Region Configuration

Context

NOTE:

This function is supported only when STP working mode is set to MSTP.

Procedure

  • Configure an MST region.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > MST Region Configuration to access the MST Region Configuration page, as shown in Figure 5-66.

      Figure 5-66  MST Region Configuration page

      Table 5-34 describes the parameters on the MST Region Configuration page.

      Table 5-34  Description of parameters on the MSTP Region Configuration page

      Parameter

      Description

      Name

      Enter the name of an MST region.

      Revision level

      Enter the MSTP revision level.

      The MST region name, VLAN mapping table, and MSTP revision level identify the MST region that the switch belongs to.

    2. Set parameters and click Apply.
  • Create an MSTI list.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > MST Region Configuration to access the MST Region Configuration page.
    2. Click Create to access the Create MSTI page, as shown in Figure 5-67.

      Figure 5-67  Create MSTI page

      Table 5-35 describes the parameters on the Create MSTI page.

      Table 5-35  Description of parameters on the Create MSTI page

      Parameter

      Description

      MSTI ID

      Enter the ID of the MSTI.

      Mapped VLAN

      Enter the range of VLAN IDs mapping to a specified MSTI.

      MSTI priority

      Select the priority of the device in the specified MSTI.

    3. Set parameters and click OK.
  • Delete an MSTI.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > MST Region Configuration to access the MST Region Configuration page.
    2. Select an MSTI to be deleted and click Delete. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Refresh an MSTI list.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > MST Region Configuration to access the MST Region Configuration page.
    2. Click Refresh to refresh the MSTI list.

VBST Configuration

Context

NOTE:

This function is supported only when STP working mode is set to VBST.

Procedure

  • Enable VLAN-based Spanning Tree (VBST) in a VLAN.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > VBST Configuration to display the VBST Configuration page.
    2. Click Enable to display the Enable VBST in VLANs page, as shown in Figure 5-68.

      Figure 5-68  Enabling VBST in a VLAN

      Table 5-36 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 5-36  Parameters for enabling VBST in a VLAN

      Parameter

      Description

      VLAN

      Indicates the ID of the VLAN in which VBST needs to be enabled.

    3. Set the parameters, and click OK.
  • Change the VLAN priority.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > VBST Configuration to display the VBST Configuration page.
    2. In the VBST list, click the ID of the VLAN whose priority needs to be changed. The Modify VLAN priority page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-69.

      Figure 5-69  Changing VLAN priority

      Table 5-37 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 5-37  Parameters for changing VLAN priority

      Parameter

      Description

      VLAN

      Indicates the ID of the VLAN whose priority needs to be changed. The value cannot be modified.

      VLAN priority

      Indicates the priority of the VLAN. A smaller value indicates a higher priority.

    3. Set the parameters, and click OK.
  • Disable VBST in VLANs.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > VBST Configuration to display the VBST Configuration page.
    2. Select the VLANs for which VBST needs to be disabled, and click Disable. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Update the VBST list.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > VBST Configuration to display the VBST Configuration page.
    2. Click Refresh to update the VBST list.

Multi-instance

Procedure

  • Check global information about CIST.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > Multi-instance to access the Multi-instance page, as shown in Figure 5-70.

      Figure 5-70  Multi-instance page

    2. Click Refresh above Current root bridge to refresh CIST information.
  • Check the current root bridge.
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > STP > Multi-instance to access the Multi-instance page.
    2. Click Refresh under Current root bridge to refresh information about the current root bridge.

      NOTE:

      Enter the MSTI ID next to MSTI ID and click to query MSTI information.

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