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PowerCube 500 System Configuration Guide (PC500-300H1, PC500-300G1, EG6P-150G1)

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Setting the Basic Attributes of Ethernet Ports

Setting the Basic Attributes of Ethernet Ports

Basic Ethernet port attributes define the physical-layer information, such as the interface mode, encapsulation type, and maximum frame length.

Prerequisites

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Web-based NMS (Internet Explorer 9.0 or later)

Procedure

  1. Set basic Ethernet port attributes.



    NOTE:

    Port Mode indicates the service layer carried by a port. If Port Mode is set to Layer 2, the port can carry native Ethernet services.

    You can set Encapsulation Type to specify how a port processes received packets.

    • This parameter is valid only when Port Mode is Layer 2.

    • If you set Encapsulation Type to Null, the port transparently transmits the received packets.

    • If you set Encapsulation Type to 802.1Q, the port identifies the packets that comply with the IEEE 802.1q standard.

    • If you set Encapsulation Type to QinQ, the port identifies the packets that comply with the IEEE 802.1ad QinQ standard.

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Updated: 2019-04-26

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