HP ProCurve series 2500 Management And Configuration Manual

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Updated Sep 3, 2021
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Table of Contents

  • Contents

    7
  • Chapter Contents

    19
  • Overview

    20
  • Advantages of Using the Menu Interface

    21
  • Advantages of Using the CLI

    22
  • Advantages of Using the HP Web Browser Interface

    23
  • Advantages of Using HP TopTools for Hubs & Switches

    24
  • Using the Menu Interface

    27
  • Starting and Ending a Menu Session

    29
  • How To Start a Menu Interface Session

    30
  • How To End a Menu Session and Exit from the Console:

    31
  • Main Menu Features

    33
  • Screen Structure and Navigation

    35
  • Rebooting the Switch

    38
  • Menu Features List

    40
  • Where To Go From Here

    41
  • Using the Command Line Interface (CLI)

    43
  • Accessing the CLI

    44
  • Privilege Levels at Logon

    45
  • Privilege Level Operation

    46
  • Manager Privileges

    47
  • How To Move Between Levels

    49
  • Listing Commands and Command Options

    50
  • Command Option Displays

    52
  • Displaying CLI "Help"

    53
  • Configuration Commands and the Context Configuration Modes

    55
  • CLI Control and Editing

    58
  • Using the HP Web Browser Interface

    59
  • General Features

    61
  • Web Browser Interface Requirements

    62
  • Starting an HP Web Browser Interface Session with the Switch

    63
  • Using HP TopTools for Hubs & Switches

    64
  • Tasks for Your First HP Web Browser Interface Session

    66
  • Creating Usernames and Passwords in the Browser Interface

    67
  • Using the Passwords

    69
  • Online Help for the HP Web Browser Interface

    70
  • Support/Mgmt URLs Feature

    71
  • Support URL

    72
  • Status Reporting Features

    74
  • The Port Utilization and Status Displays

    75
  • Port Status

    77
  • The Alert Log

    78
  • Alert Types

    79
  • Viewing Detail Views of Alert Log Entries

    80
  • The Status Bar

    81
  • Setting Fault Detection Policy

    82
  • Configuring IP Addressing, Interface Access, and System Information

    85
  • IP Configuration

    87
  • Just Want a Quick Start?

    88
  • IP Addressing in a Stacking Environment

    89
  • And Timep

    91
  • Web: Configuring IP Addressing

    94
  • DHCP/Bootp Operation

    95
  • Network Preparations for Configuring DHCP/Bootp

    98
  • Globally Assigned IP Network Addresses

    99
  • Interface Access: Console/Serial Link, Web, and Inbound Telnet

    100
  • Menu: Modifying the Interface Access

    101
  • CLI: Modifying the Interface Access

    102
  • System Information

    105
  • Menu: Viewing and Configuring System Information

    106
  • CLI: Viewing and Configuring System Information

    107
  • Web: Configuring System Parameters

    109
  • Viewing Port Status and Configuring Port Parameters

    112
  • Menu: Viewing Port Status and Configuring Port Parameters

    115
  • CLI: Viewing Port Status and Configuring Port Parameters

    116
  • Web: Viewing Port Status and Configuring Port Parameters

    119
  • Port Trunking

    120
  • Switch 2512 and 2524 Port Trunk Features and Operation

    121
  • Trunk Configuration Methods

    122
  • Menu: Viewing and Configuring a Static Trunk Group

    126
  • Using the CLI To View Port Trunks

    128
  • Using cli to configure trunk group

    130
  • Web: Viewing Existing Port Trunk Groups

    133
  • Trunk Group Operation Using LACP

    134
  • Default Port Operation

    135
  • LACP Notes and Restrictions

    136
  • Trunk Group Operation Using the "Trunk" Option

    137
  • How the Switch Lists Trunk Data

    138
  • Using Password Security

    144
  • Menu: Setting Manager and Operator passwords

    145
  • CLI: Setting Manager and Operator Passwords

    147
  • Web: Configuring User Names and Passwords

    148
  • Configuring and Monitoring Port Security

    149
  • Blocking Unauthorized Traffic

    150
  • Trunk Group Exclusion

    151
  • CLI: Port Security Command Options and Operation

    153
  • CLI: Displaying Current Port Security Settings

    156
  • CLI: Configuring Port Security

    157
  • Web: Displaying and Configuring Port Security Features

    161
  • Reading Intrusion Alerts and Resetting Alert Flags

    162
  • Keeping the Intrusion Log Current by Resetting Alert Flags

    163
  • Resetting Alert Flags

    164
  • Alert Flags

    165
  • Using the Event Log To Find Intrusion Alerts

    167
  • And Resetting Alert Flags

    168
  • Using IP Authorized Managers

    170
  • Access Levels

    171
  • Overview of IP Mask Operation

    172
  • Menu: Viewing and Configuring IP Authorized Managers

    173
  • CLI: Viewing and Configuring Authorized IP Managers

    174
  • Configuring IP Authorized Managers for the Switch

    175
  • Web: Configuring IP Authorized Managers

    176
  • Configuring Multiple Stations Per Authorized Manager IP Entry

    177
  • Additional Examples for Authorizing Multiple Stations

    179
  • Configuring for Network Management Applications

    181
  • SNMP Management Features

    183
  • Configuring for SNMP Access to the Switch

    184
  • SNMP Communities

    186
  • CLI: Viewing and Configuring Community Names

    188
  • Configuring Identity Information

    189
  • Trap Receivers and Authentication Traps

    190
  • CLI: Configuring and Displaying Trap Receivers

    191
  • Configuring Trap Receivers

    192
  • RMON Support

    193
  • Configuring Advanced Features

    195
  • HP ProCurve Stack Management

    199
  • Which Devices Support Stacking?

    200
  • Components of HP ProCurve Stack Management

    201
  • Operating Rules for Stacking

    202
  • Specific Rules

    203
  • Overview of Configuring and Bringing Up a Stack

    205
  • General Steps for Creating a Stack

    207
  • Configure Stacking

    209
  • Using the Menu To Manage a Candidate Switch

    211
  • Using the Commander To Manage The Stack

    213
  • Using the Commander To Access Member Switches for Configuration Changes and Monitoring Traffic

    220
  • Another Stack

    221
  • Monitoring Stack Status

    222
  • Using the CLI To View Stack Status and Configure Stacking

    226
  • Using the CLI To View Stack Status

    228
  • Using the CLI To Configure a Commander Switch

    230
  • Adding to a Stack or Moving Switches Between Stacks

    232
  • Using the CLI To Remove a Member from a Stack

    237
  • Changes and Traffic Monitoring

    239
  • SNMP Community Operation in a Stack

    240
  • Using the CLI To Disable or Re-Enable Stacking

    241
  • Web: Viewing and Configuring Stacking

    242
  • Status Messages

    243
  • Port-Based Virtual LANs (Static VLANs)

    244
  • Overview of Using VLANs

    247
  • Per-Port Static VLAN Configuration Options

    248
  • General Steps for Using VLANs

    250
  • Menu: Configuring VLAN Parameters

    251
  • Adding or Editing VLAN Names

    253
  • Adding or Changing a VLAN Port Assignment

    254
  • CLI: Configuring VLAN Parameters

    256
  • Web: Viewing and Configuring VLAN Parameters

    262
  • VLAN Tagging Information

    263
  • Effect of VLANs on Other Switch Features

    267
  • VLAN MAC Addresses

    268
  • VLAN Restrictions

    269
  • Symptoms of Duplicate MAC Addresses in VLAN Environments

    270
  • GVRP

    271
  • General Operation

    272
  • Per-Port Options for Handling GVRP "Unknown VLANs"

    274
  • Per-Port Options for Dynamic VLAN Advertising and Joining

    276
  • GVRP and VLAN Access Control

    277
  • Planning for GVRP Operation

    278
  • CLI: Viewing and Configuring GVRP

    280
  • Web: Viewing and Configuring GVRP

    283
  • Multimedia Traffic Control with IP Multicast (IGMP)

    285
  • IGMP Operating Features

    286
  • CLI: Configuring and Displaying IGMP

    287
  • Web: Enabling or Disabling IGMP

    291
  • Role of the Switch

    292
  • Number of IP Multicast Addresses Allowed

    295
  • Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

    296
  • Menu: Configuring STP

    297
  • CLI: Configuring STP

    299
  • Web: Enabling or Disabling STP

    302
  • STP Fast Mode

    303
  • STP Operation with 802.1Q VLANs

    304
  • Status and Counters Data

    309
  • Menu Access To Status and Counters

    310
  • General System Information

    311
  • Switch Management Address Information

    312
  • Menu: Displaying Port Status

    313
  • Viewing Port and Trunk Group Statistics

    314
  • Menu Access to Port and Trunk Statistics

    315
  • CLI Access To Port and Trunk Group Statistics

    316
  • Viewing the Switch's MAC Address Tables

    317
  • Menu Access to the MAC Address Views and Searches

    318
  • CLI Access for MAC Address Views and Searches

    320
  • Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Information

    321
  • CLI Access to STP Data

    322
  • Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) Status

    323
  • VLAN Information

    324
  • Web Browser Interface Status Information

    326
  • Port Monitoring Features

    327
  • Menu: Configuring Port Monitoring

    328
  • CLI: Configuring Port Monitoring

    330
  • Web: Configuring Port Monitoring

    332
  • Troubleshooting

    333
  • Troubleshooting Approaches

    335
  • Browser or Console Access Problems

    336
  • Unusual Network Activity

    338
  • IGMP-Related Problems

    339
  • Problems Related to Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP)

    340
  • VLAN-Related Problems

    341
  • Using the Event Log To Identify Problem Sources

    343
  • Menu: Entering and Navigating in the Event Log

    344
  • CLI:

    345
  • Diagnostic Tools

    346
  • Web: Executing Ping or Link Tests

    347
  • CLI: Ping or Link Tests

    348
  • Displaying the Configuration File

    350
  • CLI Administrative and Troubleshooting Commands

    351
  • Restoring the Factory-Default Configuration

    352
  • Appendix Contents

    353
  • Downloading an Operating System (OS)

    354
  • Using TFTP To Download the OS File from a Server

    355
  • Menu: TFTP Download from a Server

    356
  • CLI: TFTP Download from a Server

    357
  • Using the SNMP-Based Software Update Utility

    358
  • CLI: Switch-To-Switch Download

    359
  • CLI: Xmodem Download from a PC or Unix Workstation

    360
  • Troubleshooting TFTP Downloads

    361
  • Transferring switch configurations

    362
  • Appendix B Contents

    365
  • Determining mac addresses

    366
  • Overview of Configuration File Management

    370
  • Using the CLI To Implement Configuration Changes

    372
  • Configuration Changes

    375
  • Rebooting from the Menu Interface

    377

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