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•Starting the Web-based Switch Configuration Utility
Starting the Web-based Switch Configuration Utility
Launching the Configuration Utility
Logging In
Password Expiration
Logging Out
Quick Start Switch Configuration
Window Navigation
Application Header
Management Buttons
•Viewing Ethernet Interface
Viewing Ethernet Interface
Viewing Etherlike Statistics
To view Etherlike Statistics:
Viewing GVRP Statistics
Viewing 802.1X EAP Statistics
Viewing TCAM Utilization
Managing RMON Statistics
Viewing RMON Statistics
Configuring RMON History
Viewing the RMON History Table
Defining RMON Events Control
Viewing the RMON Events Logs
Defining RMON Alarms
•Setting System Log Settings
Setting System Log Settings
Setting Remote Logging Settings
Viewing Memory Logs
RAM Memory
Flash Memory
Managing System Files
Files and File Types
•Upgrade/Backup Firmware/Language
Upgrade/Backup Firmware/Language
Uploading a New Firmware or Language File
Selecting the Active Image
Downloading or Backing-up a Configuration or Log
Displaying Configuration File Properties
Copying or Saving Switch Configuration File Types
Setting DHCP Auto Configuration
General Administrative Information and
•System Information
System Information
Displaying the System Summary
System information:
Configuring the System Settings
Switch Models
Rebooting the Switch
Monitoring the Fan Status and Temperature
Defining Idle Session Timeout
System Time Options
Configuring System Time
Setting SNTP
Defining SNTP Authentication
To define SNTP authentication:
•Testing Copper Ports
Testing Copper Ports
Displaying Optical Module Status
Configuring Port and VLAN Mirroring
Viewing CPU Utilization
•Configuring Bonjour Discovery
Configuring Bonjour Discovery
Bonjour for a System in Layer 2 Mode
Bonjour for a System in Layer 3 Mode
Configuring LLDP
Setting LLDP Properties
Editing LLDP Port Settings
LLDP MED Protocol
Setting LLDP MED Network Policy
Displaying LLDP Local Information
Displaying LLDP Neighbors Information
Accessing LLDP Statistics
LLDP Overloading
Port Management
Port Management Workflow
Setting the Basic Port Configuration
Configuring LAG Settings
Configuring LACP
Setting Port LACP Parameter Settings
Green Ethernet
Setting Global Green Ethernet Properties
Setting per Port Green Ethernet Properties
Managing Power-over-Ethernet Devices
•PoE on the Switch
PoE on the Switch
PoE Features
PoE Operation
PoE Configuration Considerations
Configuring PoE Properties
Configuring the PoE Power, Priority, and Class
Configuring Default VLAN Settings
Creating VLANs
Configuring VLAN Interface Settings
Defining VLAN Membership
Configuring Port to VLAN
Configuring VLAN to Port
Viewing VLAN Membership
GVRP Settings
Defining GVRP Settings
Assigning MAC-based VLAN Groups
Assigning VLAN Group ID to VLAN Per Interface
To assign a VLAN group ID to a VLAN per interface
Voice VLAN
Voice VLAN Options
Voice VLAN Constraints
Configuring Voice VLAN Properties
To configure Voice VLAN properties:
Configuring Telephony OUI
•STP Flavors
STP Flavors
Configuring STP Status and Global Settings
To set STP status and global settings:
Defining Spanning Tree Interface Settings
Defining Spanning Tree Interface Settings
Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree Settings
Multiple Spanning Tree
•Defining MSTP Properties
Defining MSTP Properties
Mapping VLANs to a MST Instance
Defining MST Instance Settings
Defining MSTP Interface Settings
•Configuring Static MAC Addresses
Configuring Static MAC Addresses
Dynamic MAC Addresses
Configuring Dynamic MAC Address Parameters
Querying Dynamic Addresses
Defining Reserved MAC Addresses
•Multicast Forwarding
Multicast Forwarding
Typical Multicast Setup
Multicast Operation
Multicast Registration
IP Multicast Group Address
IGMP Snooping
MLD Snooping
IGMP/MLD IP Multicast Group
Multicast Router Port
Defining Forward All Multicast
Defining Unregistered Multicast Settings
•Management and IP Interfaces
Management and IP Interfaces
Managing IPv6
IP Addressing
Layer 2 IP Addressing
Layer 3 IP Addressing
Defining IPv6 Global Configuration
Defining an IPv6 Interface
Defining IPv6 Addresses
Defining an IPv6 Default Router List
Configuring IPv6 Tunnels
Defining IPv6 Neighbors Information
Viewing IPv6 Route Tables
Defining IPv4 Static Routing
Enabling ARP Proxy
Defining UDP Relay
DHCP Relay
Defining DHCP Relay Properties
Defining DHCP Relay Interfaces
Configuring ARP
Domain Name Systems
Defining DNS Servers
Mapping DNS Hosts
Configuring Security
Defining Users
Setting User Accounts
Setting Password Complexity Rules
TACACS+ Configuration
Configuring Default TACACS+ Parameters
Adding a TACACS+ Server
Configuring RADIUS Parameters
Adding a RADIUS Server
Management Access Authentication
Access Profiles
Displaying, Adding, or Activating an Access Profile
Defining Storm Control
Configuring Port Security
802.1X Parameters Workflow
Defining 802.1X Properties
Configuring Unauthenticated VLANs
Defining 802.1X Port Authentication
Defining Host and Session Authentication
Viewing Authenticated Hosts
Defining Time Ranges
Defining a Recurring Range
Denial of Service Prevention
Denial of Service Security Suite Settings
•Access Control Lists
Access Control Lists
Defining MAC-based ACLs
Adding Rules to a MAC-based ACL
IPv4-based ACLs
Adding Rules (ACEs) to an IPv4-Based ACL
To add rules (ACEs) to an IPv4-based ACL:
IPv6-based ACLs
Defining an IPv6-based ACL
Defining ACL Binding
Configuring Quality of Service
•QoS Features and Components
QoS Features and Components
QoS Modes
QoS Workflow
Configuring QoS
Displaying QoS Properties
Modifying Interface Default CoS Value
Configuring QoS Queues
Mapping CoS/802.1p to a Queue
Mapping DSCP to Queue
Configuring Bandwidth
Configuring Egress Shaping per Queue
Configuring VLAN Rate Limit
TCP Congestion Avoidance
QoS Basic Mode
Workflow to Configure Basic QoS Mode
Configuring Global Settings
Interface QoS Settings
QoS Advanced Mode
Workflow to Configure Advanced QoS Mode
Configuring Out-of-Profile DSCP Remarking
Defining Class Mapping
QoS Policers
Defining Aggregate Policers
Configuring a Policy
Policy Class Maps
Policy Binding
Managing QoS Statistics
Viewing Policer Statistics
Viewing Queues Statistics
To view Queues Statistics:
•SNMP Versions and Workflow
SNMP Versions and Workflow
SNMP v1 and v2
SNMP Workflow
Supported MIBs
Model OIDs
SNMP Engine ID
Configuring SNMP Views
Creating SNMP Groups
Managing SNMP Users
Defining SNMP Communities
Defining Trap Settings
Notification Recipients
Defining SNMPv1,2 Notification Recipients
Defining SNMPv3 Notification Recipients
SNMP Notification Filters
Console Menu Interface
•Connecting By Using a Terminal Emulation Application
Connecting By Using a Terminal Emulation Application
Communicating by Using a Serial Cable Connection
Communicating By Using a TCP/IP Connection
Connecting By Using Telnet
Console Configuration Menu Navigation
Console Interface Main Menu
•System Configuration Menu
System Configuration Menu
Management Settings
Username & Password Settings
Security Settings
VLAN Management
IP Configuration
IPv6 Address Configuration
HTTP Configuration
Network Configuration
File Management
Delete Startup Configuration
Delete the Startup Configuration
Reboot to Factory Defaults
Port Status
Port Configuration
System Mode
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Cisco 300 Series Switches Admin Guide

Cisco 300 Series Switches Admin Guide

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Published by: Lekshmynarayanan Krishnaiyer on Aug 31, 2011
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