Also See for FlexNetwork EI Series Fundamentals configuration manual - pages Layer 3-ip services configuration manual - pages Command reference manual - pages. Page of Go. Page 28 - Configuration prerequisites Page 29 - Setting the Page 30 - Configuring multicast source port filter Page 67 - Disabling a port from becoming a dynamic Page 71 - Setting the Page 72 - Configuring IPv6 multicast source port f Page 93 - Configuring a port-based IPv6 multicast Page 94 - Setting the maximum number of IPv6 multi Quick Links.
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Page 6: Multicast Overview Multicast overview Introduction to multicast As a technique that coexists with unicast and broadcast, the multicast technique effectively addresses the issue of point-to-multipoint data transmission.
By enabling high-efficiency point-to-multipoint data transmission over a network, multicast greatly saves network bandwidth and reduces network load. Page 7 Broadcast In broadcast transmission, the information source sends information to all hosts on the subnet, even if some hosts do not need the information. If the information is broadcast to the subnet, Host A and Host C also receive it.
Page 8: Multicast Features Figure 3 Multicast transmission Figure 3, the multicast source sends only one copy of the information to a multicast group. The routers on the network duplicate and forward the information based on the distribution of the group members.
A user tunes the TV set to the channel. A receiver joins the multicast group. Page Ip Multicast Architecture multicast sources. In this model, receivers do not know the positions of the multicast sources in advance.
To a multicast source, the two models appear to have the same multicast membership architecture. Page 11 Address block Description group addresses. A packet destined for an address in this block will not be forwarded beyond the local subnet regardless of the TTL value in the IP header. Globally scoped group addresses.We have several hp and 3com switches in our infraestructure and the work as expected regarding vlan and ports configuration.
Now we added a el swith series jga. I'm trying to configure this switch as the others.
The trunk port connected to another hp switch makes the one attached to a mikrotik router to doesn't work, and if a connect a fiber trunk port it makes the other one connected to other hp copper port or mikrotik router to doesnt work. IMHO the given issue description is not very clear sentences like: " Now we added a el swith series jga.
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I agree with you, and I'm sorry about this lack of information, maybe part of this lack is due to the difficulties I have to explain this in English. Now we want to replace this with the two old ones 3C fiber switches. The first thing I did was to manually copy the entire configuration of these two switches to the new one, but the network did not work, perhaps because the VLANS did not get through their trunk ports, so I went to simpler approaches. I made this work, I mean, I recieve IP from DHCP and i can see the traffic from this vlan mirroring the trunk port, with the correct tag with wireshark.
From this point, I have another copper port configured as trunk to connect to another switch and receive a different vlan, and another port access belonging to another vlan, which also works "separately". The things gone "weird" at this point: when i connect this second port to this other switch, It seems that the trunk port connected to the router is blocked, and I can not see any traffic from my port configured as monitor, the only thing I see is STP traffic. Same happens when i connect a fiber trunk port to another switch, even if that fiber port is configured as an access port, it "blocks" the others trunk ports connected to other networking devices.
I know this is really strange, and seems a misconfiguration, but we have so many other hp and 3com switches with the same configuration as that one. You wrote: " Now we want to replace this with the two old ones 3C fiber switches " I'm a little bit puzzled I'm with you I'm not an english mother tongue member Probably you are creating somewhere a Loop and STP is doing the right job seizing the offending link s which are causing the loop Ok, I'll try to answer your questions, the router is connected with cupper to the cupper uplinks port of each switch trough different router interfaces one is for services anf the other one for customers so each of one handle different vlans.
From each fiber switch, hangs the rest of our infraestructure via sfp links. So we have two "different" physical networks from here, so the switches aren't backplaned, and there is no inter-switch communication. The is the one we want to use.
Yes, I've thought about this and it's one of the reasons I've simplified the scenario, but I don't really see where the loop can happen since every trunk port has configured one single and different tagged VLAN. If we are to debug, by any chance, we need to know how your switches are configured. Because a is not just a plug and play switch, is a managed device, and the configuration means everything when it comes to how the device works.
We need to see that configuration. We need you to post for the output of the command :. The has combo interfaces, that means, that you have 8 SFP-containers and 8 RJ Copper connectors where only one of them works at a time.
So we really need you to post the relavant configuration. The logs are also interesting especially when the link goes down. What router is on the other side? How is that router configured? Thanks for helping me, and again, my appologies for this lack of information. First thing I have to say, is the large amounf of "unexpected behaviour" we found in this device: sometimes y ou make changes from the web gui, and sometimes the dialog pops up of applied configuration and others do not, in other occasions they do not occur even after having saved the configuration, you update and the changes are not reflected.
I have enabled ssh and telnet for my administrator user-role 15, network administrator; permited acces type: FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, telnet and I've checked the ports with nmap, and neither of the two services seems to work, the system log says accept my password but after that the server close the session. Same happens with telnet Well, I'll try to give you the information, if I really should go to cli interface, please tell me.
Regarding the router, I do not know what kind of information may be relevant in this case.Also See for EI series Installation manual - 70 pages Configuration manual - 64 pages Configuration manual - pages. Page of Go. Page 13 - Enabling redisplaying entered-but-not-su Page 14 - Understanding command-line error message Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 - Saving the output from a display command Page 20 - Viewing and managing the output from a d Page 21 - Login overview Page 22 - Logging in through the console port for Page 29 - Configuring scheme authentication for co Page 34 - Configuring scheme authentication for te Page 35 Page 36 Page 37 - Using the device to log in to a Telnet s Page 63 - Configuring temporary user role authoriz Page - Enabling automatic configuration archivi Page - Specifying a next-startup configuration Page - Backing up the main next-startup configu Page - Deleting a next-startup configuration fi Page Page - Upgrading software Page - Comware image redundancy and loading pro Page - Upgrade methods Page - Preparing for the upgrade Page - Specifying the startup image file and co Page - Displaying and maintaining software imag Page - Configuration procedure Page - Rebooting the device Page - Scheduling a task Page Page - Schedule configuration example Page Page Page - Disabling password recovery capability Page - Setting the port status detection timer Page Page - Configuring the temperature alarm thresh Page - Verifying and diagnosing transceiver mod Page - Diagnosing transceiver modules Page - Displaying and maintaining device manage Page - Configuration file acquisition process Page - Deploying and configuring servers for au Quick Links.
Table of Contents.Page of Go. Page 13 - Configuring generic flow control on an E Page 14 - Enabling energy saving features on an Et Page 15 - Setting the statistics polling interval Page 16 - Configuring storm control on an Ethernet Page 20 - Testing the cable connection of an Ether Page 21 Page 22 - Configuring loopback, null, and inloopba Page 23 - Configuring an inloopback interface Page 24 - Bulk configuring interfaces Page 25 - Displaying and maintaining bulk interfac Page 32 - Configuring the MAC learning limit on an Page 33 - Assigning MAC learning priority to an in Page 42 - Configuration restrictions and guideline Page 43 Page 44 - Configuring Ethernet link aggregation Page 45 - Operational key Page 46 - Aggregating links in static mode Page 47 - Aggregating links in dynamic mode Page 48 - How dynamic link aggregation works Page 49 Page 50 Page 51 - Edge aggregate interface Page 52 - Configuring an aggregation group Page 53 - Configuring a dynamic aggregation group Page 54 - Configuring an aggregate interface Page 55 - Setting the minimum and maximum numbers Page 56 - Configuring an edge aggregate interface Page 57 - Shutting down an aggregate interface Page 58 - Configuring load sharing for link aggreg Page 59 - Configuring per-flow load sharing algori Page 60 - Enabling link-aggregation traffic redire Page 61 - Displaying and maintaining Ethernet link Page 62 Page 63 - Layer 2 dynamic aggregation configuratio Page 64 Page 65 - Layer 2 aggregation load sharing configu Page 66 Page 67 - Layer 2 edge aggregate interface configu Page 91 - Configuring the current device as the ro Page 92 - Configuring the maximum hops of an MST r Page 93 - Configuring spanning tree timers Page 94 - Configuring the timeout factor Page 95 - Configuring edge ports Page 96 - Specifying a standard for the device to Page 97 - Configuring path costs of ports Page 98 - Configuration example Page 99 - Configuring the port link type Page - Enabling outputting port state transitio Page - Enabling the spanning tree feature in ST Page - Configuration restrictions and guidelinePage of Go.
Page 12 - Configuring and using command hotkeys Page 13 - Enabling redisplaying entered-but-not-su Page 17 Page 18 - Saving the output from a display command Page 19 - Viewing and managing the output from a d Page 20 - Saving the running configuration Page 21 - Login overview Page 22 Page 23 - Logging in through the console port for Page 29 - Configuring password authentication for Page 68 - Assigning user roles to remote AAA authe Page 69 - Assigning user roles to non-AAA authenti Page - Manually archiving the running configura Page - Backing up the main next-startup configu Page - Restoring the main next-startup configur Page - Displaying and maintaining configuration Page - Upgrading software Page - System startup process Page - Upgrade methods Page - Preparing for the upgrade Page - Displaying and maintaining software imag Page - Example of software upgrade through a re Page - Using the emergency shell Page - Loading the system image Page - Reboot the device Page Page - Managing the device Page - Setting the system time Page - Configuring banners Page - Configuration procedure Page - Configuration guidelines Page - Configuration procedure Page - Schedule configuration example Page Page Page Page - Disabling password recovery capability Page - Setting memory thresholds Page - Configuring the temperature alarm thresh Page - Verifying and diagnosing transceiver mod Page - Diagnosing transceiver modules Page - Displaying and maintaining device manage Quick Links.
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Enter user line view to configure login user attributes.We will be stacking 6 of these together, using DAC cables. So we've been told to use two of the front ports as uplinks fibre and then buy an add on module for the tear, to use for stacking. Does this seem to make sense? From what source did you get the information? According to my knowledge, there is no such restrictions as port groups on hpe hi. That is, you may use some SFP plus ports for irf connections and some others for network service.
I should have written "So, yes Hi All, The reason i thought that the ports where grouped was because of something a supplier told me. However, two seperate suppliers have both approached HP and informed me that the HI models don't group the ports, but that other models do. Many thanks. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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IRF member roles IRF uses two member roles: master and standby called subordinate throughout the documentation. When devices form an IRF fabric, they elect a master to manage and control the IRF fabric, and all the other devices back up the master. The split IRF fabrics operate with the same IP address and cause routing and forwarding problems on the network. To copy the file test. In this example, the current working path is the root directory of the flash on member device 3.
Page Irf Multi-active Detection Two members are considered to start up at the same time if the difference between their startup times is equal to or less than 10 minutes. For these members, the next tiebreaker applies.
For the setup of a new IRF fabric, the subordinate devices must reboot to complete the setup after the master election. Set all fabrics to the Recovery state except the one that has the lowest numbered master. Enabling software auto-update for software image software auto-update to ensure synchronization system software image synchronization. Before you do that, back up the configuration and make sure you fully understand the impact on your network.
For example, you have four chassis: A, B, C, and D. Page 24 Follow the restrictions in "IRF physical interface requirements. Start the shutdown operation on the master, and then the member device that has the fewest number of hops from the master.
By default, traffic is distributed automatically based on packet types, including Layer 2, IPv4, and IPv6. Page Configuring A Port-specific Load Sharing Mode Configuring a port-specific load sharing mode Before you configure a port-specific load sharing mode, make sure you have bound a minimum of one physical interface to the IRF port.
The IRF fabric has aggregate links with upstream or downstream devices. The persistence setting prevents transmission delay or packet loss after the address owner leaves. Page Configuration Prerequisites Configuration prerequisites Make sure the device you are adding to the IRF fabric has sufficient storage space for the new software images.