HP 445946-001 Application Manual

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Pages 198 Pages
Updated Sep 3, 2021
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Table of Contents

  • Introduction

    9
  • Additional references

    10
  • Connecting through the console port

    11
  • Using the command line interfaces

    12
  • Using the Browser-based Interface

    13
  • Using Simple Network Management Protocol

    14
  • User configuration

    15
  • View based configurations

    16
  • CLI oper equivalent

    17
  • SNMPv2 trap host configuration

    19
  • Secure access to the switch

    20
  • Configuring an IP address range for the management network

    21
  • Configuring RADIUS on the switch (CLI example)

    22
  • Configuring RADIUS on the switch (BBI example)

    23
  • RADIUS authentication features

    24
  • RADIUS attributes for user privileges

    25
  • How TACACS+ authentication works

    26
  • Accounting

    27
  • Configuring TACACS+ authentication on the switch (CLI example)

    28
  • Configuring TACACS+ authentication on the switch (BBI example)

    29
  • Secure Shell and Secure Copy

    30
  • Configuring SSH and SCP features (CLI example)

    31
  • Using SSH and SCP client commands

    32
  • SSH and SCP encryption of management messages

    33
  • SSH/SCP integration with RADIUS and TACACS+ authentication

    34
  • Setting up user IDs

    35
  • Ports on the switch

    36
  • Port trunk groups

    37
  • Trunk group configuration rules

    38
  • Port trunking example

    39
  • Configuring trunk groups (CLI example)

    40
  • Configuring trunk groups (BBI example)

    41
  • Configurable Trunk Hash algorithm

    44
  • Configuring LACP

    46
  • Port-based Network Access and traffic control Port-based Network Access control

    47
  • X authentication process

    48
  • X port states

    49
  • Supported RADIUS attributes

    50
  • EAPoL configuration guidelines

    51
  • Configuring port-based traffic control

    52
  • Overview

    53
  • Viewing VLANs

    54
  • VLAN tagging

    55
  • VLANs and IP interfaces

    58
  • VLAN configuration rules

    59
  • Multiple VLANS with tagging

    60
  • Configuring the example network

    61
  • Configuring ports and VLANs on Switch 2 (CLI example)

    63
  • Configuring ports and VLANs on Switch 1 (BBI example)

    64
  • FDB static entries

    66
  • Trunking support for FDB static entries

    67
  • Bridge Protocol Data Units

    68
  • Determining the path for forwarding BPDUs

    69
  • Adding a VLAN to a Spanning Tree Group

    70
  • Assigning cost to ports and trunk groups

    71
  • VLAN participation in Spanning Tree Groups

    72
  • Configuring Multiple Spanning Tree Groups

    73
  • Configuring Switch 1 (BBI example)

    74
  • Port Fast Forwarding

    76
  • Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol

    77
  • Port type and link type

    78
  • Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (BBI example)

    79
  • Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol

    80
  • MSTP configuration guidelines

    81
  • Configuring Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (BBI example)

    82
  • Using ACL filters

    87
  • Summary of ACL actions

    89
  • Using ACL Groups

    90
  • ACL Metering and Re-marking

    91
  • ACL configuration examples

    92
  • Configure Access Control Lists and Groups (BBI example 1)

    93
  • Using DSCP values to provide QoS

    97
  • QoS levels

    98
  • P configuration (CLI example)

    100
  • Queuing and scheduling

    105
  • IP routing benefits

    106
  • Example of subnet routing

    109
  • Using VLANs to segregate broadcast domains

    110
  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

    112
  • DHCP relay agent configuration

    113
  • Stability

    114
  • RIPv1

    115
  • Multicast

    116
  • RIP configuration example

    117
  • IGMPv3

    119
  • IGMP Filtering

    120
  • Static multicast router

    121
  • Configuring IGMP Filtering (CLI example)

    122
  • Configuring IGMP Snooping (BBI example)

    123
  • Configuring IGMP Filtering (BBI example)

    125
  • Configuring a Static Multicast Router (BBI example)

    129
  • Types of OSPF areas

    131
  • Types of OSPF routing devices

    132
  • Neighbors and adjacencies

    133
  • Internal versus external routing

    134
  • Defining areas

    135
  • Using the area ID to assign the OSPF area number

    136
  • Electing the designated router and backup

    137
  • Virtual links

    138
  • Authentication

    139
  • Host routes for load balancing

    140
  • OSPF features not supported in this release

    141
  • Example 1: Simple OSPF domain (BBI example)

    142
  • Example 2: Virtual links

    150
  • Configuring OSPF for a virtual link on Switch B

    151
  • Other Virtual Link Options

    152
  • Verifying OSPF configuration

    154
  • RMON group 1—statistics

    155
  • Configuring RMON Statistics (CLI example)

    156
  • RMON group 2—history

    158
  • History MIB objects

    159
  • RMON group 3—alarms

    161
  • RMON group 9—events

    165
  • Configuring RMON Events (BBI example)

    166
  • Uplink Failure Detection

    167
  • Failure Detection Pair

    168
  • Configuration guidelines

    169
  • Configuring UFD on Switch 1 (CLI example)

    170
  • Configuring Uplink Failure Detection (BBI example)

    171
  • VRRP overview

    173
  • Master and backup virtual router

    174
  • Failover methods

    175
  • HP 10GbE switch extensions to VRRP

    176
  • Virtual router deployment considerations

    177
  • High availability configurations

    178
  • Task 2: Configure Switch B

    180
  • Task 1: Configure Switch A (BBI example)

    181
  • Port Mirroring

    191
  • Configuring Port Mirroring (CLI example)

    192
  • Configuring Port Mirroring (BBI example)

    193
  • Other network troubleshooting techniques

    195

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