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S600-E V200R013C00 Web-based Configuration Guide

This document describes how to configure and maintain devices through the web NMS client, including device status statistics, SVF, interface, Ethernet switching, IP service, IP routing, security, ACL, AAA, system management, QoS, diagnosis service, and EasyDeploy.
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Stack

Stack

Context

For device support for stack, see Stack Support and Version Requirements in "Stack Configuration" in the S600-E V200R013C00 Configuration Guide - Device Management.

Procedure

  1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > Stack in the navigation tree to open the Stack page, as shown in Figure 5-97.

    Figure 5-97  Stack configuration page

  2. Click the data line below Configure Stack Members to configure Master switch, Standby switch, or Slave switch, as shown in Figure 5-98. Set parameters and click .

    NOTE:
    Standby switch or Slave switch is displayed only when the switch joins a stack.
    Figure 5-98  Stack member configuration page

  3. Click Master switch, Standby switch, or Slave switch below Configure Stack Members to open the Configure Stack Ports (Slot ID) page, select the appropriate data line, and Manage appears, as shown in Figure 5-99.

    Figure 5-99  Stack port configuration page

  4. Click Manage. In the displayed page, select stack member ports and click .

    NOTE:
    To withdraw a stack member port, click Manage and deselect this port on the displayed page, and click .

  5. Specify the MAD mode under MAD Configuration to configure multi-active detection (MAD), as shown in Figure 5-100.

    Figure 5-100  Configuring MAD

    Table 5-55 describes the parameters on the page.

    Table 5-55  Configuring MAD

    Configuration Item

    Description

    MAD mode

    Specifies a MAD mode.
    • Direct mode: MAD in direct mode
    • Relay mode: MAD in relay mode
    • No MAD

    Selected ports

    Configures the ports to be detected.

    Selected ports is configurable only when the MAD mode is set to Direct mode.

    CSS/Stack Eth-Trunk is configurable only when the MAD mode is set to Relay mode.

    CSS/Stack Eth-Trunk

    Reserved port

    Specifies a reserved port, which is not disabled during subsequent MAD.

    This parameter is configurable only when the MAD mode is set to Direct mode or Relay mode.

    MAD recovery

    Specifies whether to recover all the disabled ports of the device that enters the recovery state after stack splits.
    • ON: Recover all the disabled ports of the device that enters the recovery state after stack splits.
    • OFF: Recover no disabled ports of the device that enters the recovery state after stack splits.

    This parameter is configurable only when the MAD mode is set to Direct mode or Relay mode.

  6. Click Apply. In the dialog box that is displayed, click OK. Check stack information below Display Information.
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