HP PROCURVE 2520 Management And Configuration Manual

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Pages 544 Pages
Updated Sep 3, 2021
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Table of Contents

  • Contents

    5
  • Product documentation

    21
  • Contents

    25
  • Introduction

    26
  • Command Prompts

    27
  • Keys

    28
  • Getting Documentation From the Web

    30
  • Command Line Interface

    31
  • Need Only a Quick Start?

    32
  • Selecting a Management Interface

    33
  • Overview

    34
  • Advantages of Using the Menu Interface

    35
  • Advantages of Using the CLI

    36
  • Advantages of Using the Web Browser Interface

    37
  • Or ProCurve Manager Plus

    38
  • And Web Browser Interfaces

    40
  • Configuring and Displaying a Non-Default Banner

    41
  • Operating Notes

    44
  • Using the Menu Interface

    45
  • Starting and Ending a Menu Session

    47
  • How To Start a Menu Interface Session

    48
  • How To End a Menu Session and Exit from the Console:

    49
  • Main Menu Features

    51
  • Screen Structure and Navigation

    53
  • Rebooting the Switch

    56
  • Menu Features List

    58
  • Where To Go From Here

    59
  • Using the Command Line Interface (CLI)

    61
  • Accessing the CLI

    62
  • Privilege Levels at Logon

    63
  • Privilege Level Operation

    64
  • Manager Privileges

    65
  • How To Move Between Levels

    67
  • Listing Commands and Command Options

    68
  • Listing Command Options

    70
  • Displaying CLI "Help"

    71
  • Configuration Commands and the Context Configuration Modes

    73
  • CLI Control and Editing

    76
  • Using a Command Alias

    78
  • CLI Editing Shortcuts

    81
  • Using the ProCurve Web Browser Interface

    83
  • General Features

    85
  • Interface Session with the Switch

    86
  • ProCurve Manager Plus (PCM+)

    87
  • Tasks for Your First ProCurve Web Browser Interface Session

    89
  • In the Browser Interface

    90
  • Entering a User Name and Password

    92
  • Online Help for the Web Browser Interface

    93
  • Support/Mgmt URLs Feature

    94
  • Support URL

    95
  • Using the PCM Server for Switch Web Help

    96
  • Status Reporting Features

    98
  • The Port Utilization and Status Displays

    99
  • Port Status

    101
  • The Alert Log

    102
  • Alert Types and Detailed Views

    103
  • Setting Fault Detection Policy

    105
  • Switch Memory and Configuration

    107
  • Configuration File Management

    109
  • Using the CLI To Implement Configuration Changes

    112
  • Configuration Changes

    115
  • Menu: Implementing Configuration Changes

    116
  • Rebooting from the Menu Interface

    117
  • Web: Implementing Configuration Changes

    118
  • Using Primary and Secondary Flash Image Options

    119
  • Switch Software Downloads

    121
  • Local Switch Software Replacement and Removal

    122
  • Operating Notes about Booting

    124
  • Boot and Reload Command Comparison

    125
  • Setting the Default Flash

    126
  • Using Reload

    127
  • Multiple Configuration Files

    129
  • General Operation

    130
  • Transitioning to Multiple Configuration Files

    132
  • Listing and Displaying Startup-Config Files

    133
  • Displaying the Content of A Specific Startup-Config File

    134
  • Managing Startup-Config Files in the Switch

    136
  • Renaming an Existing Startup-Config File

    137
  • Erasing a Startup-Config File

    138
  • Switch to Its Default Configuration

    140
  • Transferring Startup-Config Files To or From a Remote Server

    141
  • TFTP: Copying a Configuration File from a Remote Host

    142
  • Connected Host

    143
  • CLI Command

    144
  • Log Messages

    145
  • Interface Access and System Information

    147
  • Interface Access: Console/Serial Link, Web, and Inbound Telnet

    149
  • Menu: Modifying the Interface Access

    150
  • CLI: Modifying the Interface Access

    151
  • Sessions

    155
  • System Information

    157
  • Menu: Viewing and Configuring System Information

    158
  • CLI: Viewing and Configuring System Information

    159
  • Web: Configuring System Parameters

    163
  • Configuring IP Addressing

    165
  • IP Configuration

    166
  • Just Want a Quick Start with IP Addressing?

    167
  • IP Addressing with Multiple VLANs

    168
  • Menu: Configuring IP Address, Gateway, and Time-To-Live (TTL)

    169
  • CLI: Configuring IP Address, Gateway, and Time-To-Live (TTL)

    170
  • Web: Configuring IP Addressing

    174
  • How IP Addressing Affects Switch Operation

    175
  • DHCP/Bootp Operation

    176
  • Network Preparations for Configuring DHCP/Bootp

    178
  • IP Preserve: Retaining VLAN-1 IP Addressing Across Configuration File Downloads

    180
  • Time Protocols

    185
  • TimeP Time Synchronization

    186
  • Protocol Operation

    187
  • SNTP: Viewing, Selecting, and Configuring

    188
  • Menu: Viewing and Configuring SNTP

    189
  • CLI: Viewing and Configuring SNTP

    192
  • Configuring (Enabling or Disabling) the SNTP Mode

    194
  • TimeP: Viewing, Selecting, and Configuring

    200
  • Menu: Viewing and Configuring TimeP

    201
  • CLI: Viewing and Configuring TimeP

    202
  • Viewing the Current TimeP Configuration

    203
  • Configuring (Enabling or Disabling) the TimeP Mode

    204
  • SNTP Unicast Time Polling with Multiple SNTP Servers

    209
  • Adding and Deleting SNTP Server Addresses

    210
  • Port Status and Configuration

    211
  • Viewing Port Status and Configuring Port Parameters

    213
  • Menu: Port Status and Configuration

    214
  • Status of Ports

    215
  • Modes

    216
  • Configuring Ports

    217
  • CLI: Viewing Port Status and Configuring Port Parameters

    218
  • Viewing Port Status and Configuration

    219
  • Customizing the Show Interfaces Command

    221
  • Error Messages

    223
  • Viewing Port Utilization Statistics

    224
  • Enabling/disabling ports & configuring port mode

    226
  • Enabling/disabling flow control

    227
  • Configuring a Broadcast Limit on the Switch

    229
  • Web: Viewing Port Status and Configuring Port Parameters

    232
  • Using Friendly (Optional) Port Names

    233
  • Configuring Friendly Port Names

    234
  • Displaying Friendly Port Names with Other Port Data

    235
  • Been Inserted

    238
  • Power Over Ethernet (PoE) Operation

    239
  • Configuration Options

    241
  • Related Publications

    242
  • PoE Operation

    243
  • Power Priority Operation

    244
  • Configuring PoE Operation

    245
  • Configuring the PoE Port Priority Level

    247
  • Controlling PoE Allocation

    248
  • Manually Configuring PoE Power Levels

    249
  • Changing the Threshold for Generating a Power Notice

    251
  • Cycling Power on a Port

    252
  • PoE/PoE+ Allocation Using LLDP Information

    253
  • Displaying the Switch's Global PoE Power Status

    254
  • Displaying/overview poe status on all ports

    255
  • Displaying the PoE Status on Specific Ports

    257
  • Planning and Implementing a PoE Configuration

    259
  • PoE Event Log Messages

    260
  • Port Trunk Features and Operation

    266
  • Menu: Viewing and Configuring a Static Trunk Group

    271
  • CLI: Viewing and Configuring Port Trunk Groups

    273
  • Using the CLI To Configure a Static or Dynamic Trunk Group

    276
  • Web: Viewing Existing Port Trunk Groups

    279
  • Trunk Group Operation Using LACP

    280
  • Default Port Operation

    283
  • LACP Notes and Restrictions

    284
  • Trunk Group Operation Using the "Trunk" Option

    288
  • How the Switch Lists Trunk Data

    289
  • Configuring for Network Management Applications

    293
  • Using SNMP Tools To Manage the Switch

    295
  • SNMP Management Features

    296
  • Configuring for SNMP Version 3 Access to the Switch

    297
  • SNMP Version 3 Commands

    298
  • Enabling SNMPv3

    299
  • Group Access Levels

    303
  • Communities

    305
  • CLI: Viewing and Configuring SNMP Community Names

    307
  • SNMP Notifications

    309
  • General Steps for Configuring SNMP Notifications

    310
  • SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c Traps

    311
  • Enabling SNMPv2c Informs

    313
  • Configuring SNMPv3 Notifications

    315
  • Managing Network Security Notifications

    318
  • Enabling Link-Change Traps

    320
  • Configuring the Source IP Address for SNMP Notifications

    321
  • Displaying SNMP Notification Configuration

    323
  • Advanced Management: RMON

    325
  • LLDP (Link-Layer Discovery Protocol)

    326
  • Terminology

    327
  • General LLDP Operation

    329
  • Options for Reading LLDP Information Collected by the Switch

    332
  • LLDP and LLDP-MED Standards Compatibility

    333
  • Configuring LLDP Operation

    334
  • Viewing the Current Configuration

    335
  • Configuring Global LLDP Packet Controls

    336
  • Configuring SNMP Notification Support

    340
  • Configuring Per-Port Transmit and Receive Modes

    341
  • Configuring Basic LLDP Per-Port Advertisement Content

    342
  • Advertisements

    344
  • LLDP-MED (Media-Endpoint-Discovery)

    345
  • LLDP-MED Topology Change Notification

    348
  • LLDP-MED Fast Start Control

    350
  • Configuring Location Data for LLDP-MED Devices

    354
  • Displaying Advertisement Data

    359
  • Displaying LLDP Statistics

    364
  • LLDP Operating Notes

    366
  • LLDP and CDP Data Management

    368
  • CDP Operation and Commands

    370
  • General Software Download Rules

    377
  • Using TFTP To Download Switch Software from a Server

    378
  • CLI: TFTP Download from a Server to Flash

    381
  • Using Secure Copy and SFTP

    383
  • How It Works

    384
  • Disable TFTP and Auto-TFTP for Enhanced Security

    385
  • Command Options

    387
  • Authentication

    388
  • Troubleshooting SSH, SFTP, and SCP Operations

    390
  • A PC or UNIX Workstation

    391
  • Primary or Secondary Flash

    392
  • Switch-to-Switch Download

    393
  • CLI: Switch-To-Switch Downloads

    394
  • Using PCM+ to Update Switch Software

    396
  • Xmodem: Copying a Software Image from the Switch to a Serially Connected PC or UNIX Workstation

    397
  • TFTP: Copying a Configuration File to a Remote Host

    398
  • TFTP: Copying a Customized Command File to a Switch

    399
  • Connected PC or UNIX Workstation

    400
  • Host, PC or UNIX Workstation

    402
  • Copying Event Log Output to a Destination Device

    403
  • Copying Crash Log Data Content to a Destination Device

    404
  • Status and Counters Data

    408
  • Menu Access To Status and Counters

    409
  • General System Information

    410
  • CLI Access to System Information

    411
  • Switch Management Address Information

    412
  • CLI Access

    413
  • Menu: Displaying Port Status

    414
  • Viewing Port and Trunk Group Statistics and Flow Control Status

    415
  • Menu Access to Port and Trunk Statistics

    416
  • CLI Access To Port and Trunk Group Statistics

    417
  • Viewing the Switch's MAC Address Tables

    418
  • CLI Access for MAC Address Views and Searches

    421
  • Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) Information

    422
  • Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) Status

    423
  • VLAN Information

    424
  • Web Browser Interface Status Information

    426
  • Interface Monitoring Features

    427
  • Menu: Configuring Port and Static Trunk Monitoring

    428
  • CLI: Configuring Port and Static Trunk Monitoring

    429
  • Web: Configuring Port Monitoring

    432
  • Troubleshooting Approaches

    439
  • Browser or Telnet Access Problems

    440
  • Unusual Network Activity

    442
  • Q Prioritization Problems

    443
  • LACP-Related Problems

    444
  • QoS-Related Problems

    447
  • Radius-Related Problems

    448
  • Spanning-Tree Protocol (MSTP) and Fast-Uplink Problems

    449
  • SSH-Related Problems

    450
  • TACACS-Related Problems

    451
  • TimeP, SNTP, or Gateway Problems

    453
  • Fan Failure

    455
  • Using the Event Log for Troubleshooting Switch Problems

    456
  • Menu: Displaying and Navigating in the Event Log

    462
  • CLI: Displaying the Event Log

    463
  • CLI: Turning Event Numbering On

    464
  • Log Throttle Periods

    465
  • Debug/Syslog Operation

    466
  • Debug/Syslog Configuration Commands

    467
  • Configuring Debug/Syslog Operation

    469
  • Displaying a Debug/Syslog Configuration

    470
  • Debug Command

    472
  • Debug Destinations

    474
  • Logging Command

    475
  • Adding a Description for a Syslog Server

    478
  • Adding a Priority Description

    479
  • Messages Sent to a Syslog Server

    480
  • Operating Notes for Debug and Syslog

    481
  • Diagnostic Tools

    483
  • Port Auto-Negotiation

    484
  • Web: Executing Ping or Link Tests

    485
  • CLI: Ping Test

    486
  • Link Tests

    487
  • Traceroute Command

    488
  • Viewing Switch Configuration and Operation

    492
  • CLI: Viewing a Summary of Switch Operational Data

    493
  • Saving show tech Command Output to a Text File

    494
  • CLI: Viewing More Information on Switch Operation

    496
  • Pattern Matching When Using the Show Command

    497
  • CLI: Useful Commands for Troubleshooting Sessions

    500
  • Restoring the Factory-Default Configuration

    501
  • Restoring a Flash Image

    502
  • DNS Resolver

    505
  • With DNS-Compatible Commands

    507
  • Configuring a DNS Entry

    508
  • Example Using DNS Names with Ping and Traceroute

    509
  • Viewing the Current DNS Configuration

    511
  • Event Log Messages

    513
  • Determining MAC Addresses

    517
  • Menu: Viewing the Switch's MAC Addresses

    518
  • CLI: Viewing the Port and VLAN MAC Addresses

    519
  • Viewing the MAC Addresses of Connected Devices

    520
  • Configuring Power-Saving for LEDs

    526

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