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The varnish is environmentally-friendly, and the inks are vegetable-based with a low heavy-metal content. Configure global parameters and stack ports, and display global 3 IRF settings, port settings, and topology summary of a stack.
Display the basic system information, port information, system 4 Summary resource state, and recent system operation logs. Display and configure the system name and idle timeout period for 5 Device Basic Information logged-in users.
Clear system logs, display and configure the loghost, display and refresh system logs. Back up the configuration file or upload the configuration file to be used at the next startup from the host of the current user to the device.
Restore the factory default settings. Configure to upload upgrade file from local host, and upgrade the system software. Configure to reboot the device. Generate diagnostic information file, and view or save the file to local host. Manage files on the device, such as displaying the file list, 10 File Management downloading a file, uploading a file, and removing a file. Set an interval for collecting traffic statistics on interfaces, and display 16 Flow Interval the average rate at which the interface receives and sends packets within a specified time interval.
Display, create, modify, and remove the port traffic threshold, and 17 Storm Constrain display or set the interval for collecting storm constrain statistics. Add, modify, remove, and display ARP entries. Configure Configure a port isolation group, and display port isolation group 40 Port Isolation Group information.
Conventions The manual uses the following conventions: Command conventions Convention Description Boldface The keywords of a command line are in Boldface. Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars.
Optional alternative items are grouped in square brackets and [ x y One or none is selected. Many or none can be selected. A line starting with the sign is comments. Window names, menu items, data table and field names are inside  square brackets. For example, pop up the [New User] window. Multi-level menus are separated by forward slashes. Symbols Convention Description Means reader be extremely careful. Improper operation may cause bodily injury.
Means reader be careful. Improper operation may cause data loss or damage to equipment. Means a complementary description. These configuration methods are suitable for different application scenarios. To perform other configurations not supported by the CLI, use the web interface. Through this function, the administrator can visually manage and maintain network devices through the Web-based configuration interfaces.
Figure shows a Web-based network management operating environment. You can use the default information to log in to the Web interface. The default subnet mask is You can log in to the device through the console port, and execute the summary command to view the information of its default IP address.
Select an IP address for the PC from network segment On the PC, open the browser it is recommended to use IE 5. Input the username admin and the verification code, leave the password blank, select the language English and Chinese are supported at present , and click Login. A Web-based network management terminal is a PC used to log in to the Web interface and is required to be reachable to the device.
For detailed configuration, refer to the corresponding configuration manuals of these modules. Logging Out of the Web Interface Click Logout in the upper-right corner of the Web interface, as shown in Figure to quit the web console. The system does not save the current configuration automatically. Therefore, you are recommended to save the current configuration before logout. Introduction to the Web Interface The Web interface is composed of three parts: navigation tree, title area, and body area, as shown in Figure The result is displayed in the body area.
The Web network management functions not supported by the device will not be displayed in the navigation tree. Web User Level Web user levels, from low to high, are visitor, monitor, configure, and management. A user with a higher level has all the operating rights of a user with a lower level.
They can neither access the device data nor configure the device. Management Display global settings and port settings of a stack. Configure Setup Configure global parameters and stack ports. Configure Summary Device Display the control panels of stack members.
Configure Summary System Display the basic system information, system Monitor Information resource state, and recent system operation logs. Summary Device Display the port information of the device. Monitor Information System Display and configure the system name. Software Configure to upload upgrade file from local host, Management Upgrade and upgrade the system software.
Device Reboot Configure to reboot the device. Management Mainten Electronic ance Display the electronic label of the device. Monitor Label Diagnostic Generate diagnostic information file, and view or Management Information save the file to local host. Devi ce System System Display and configure the system date and time. Configure Time Time Display and refresh system logs.
Monitor Loglist Clear system logs. Configure Syslog Loghost Display and configure the loghost. Configure Display and configure the buffer capacity, and Log Setup Configure interval for refreshes system logs. Back up the configuration file to be used at the next Backup startup from the device to the host of the current Management user.
Configur ation Upload the configuration file to be used at the next Restore startup from the host of the current user to the Management device. Initialize Restore the factory default settings. Configure File File Manage files on the device, such as displaying the Manage Manageme file list, downloading a file, uploading a file, and Management ment nt removing a file. Summary Display port information by features. Monitor Port Detail Displays feature information by ports. Display the configuration information of a port Summary Monitor mirroring group.
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