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  • User Guide, v1

    Managed Switch LGS5XX

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    Table of ContentsLinksys


    Chapter 1: Getting Started 1

    Starting the Web-based Configuration Utility 2

    Launching the Configuration Utility 2

    Interface Naming Conventions 2

    Window Navigation 3

    Chapter 2: System Status 4

    System Summary 4

    RMON 5

    Interface Statistics 6

    Chapter 3: Quick Start 7

    Chapter 4: System Management 8

    System Information 8

    Time 8

    Overview 8

    System Time 9

    SNTP Unicast Server 11

    SNMP 12

    Overview 12

    Feature Configuration 12

    Logs 12

    Overview 12

    Log Management 13

    Remote Log Servers 14

    RAM Log 14

    Flash Memory Log 14

    TCAM Resources 15

    Chapter 5: Port Management 16

    Ports 16

    Link Aggregation 17

    Overview 17

    LAGs 18

    Green Ethernet 19

    PoE 22

    Overview 22

    Feature Configuration 24

    Port Limit Power Mode 25

    Class Limit Power Mode 25

    Chapter 6: VLAN Management 26

    Overview 26

    VLANs 26

    Interfaces 28

    VLAN Memberships 29

    Voice VLAN 30

    Overview 30

    Feature Configuration 31

    Telephony Organizationally Unique Identifier Interfaces 31

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    Chapter 7: Spanning Tree Management 32

    Overview 32

    Spanning Tree 32

    STP Interfaces 33

    RSTP Interfaces 34

    Chapter 8: MAC Address Management 36

    Overview 36

    Dynamic MAC Addresses 36

    Chapter 9: Multicast 37

    Overview 37

    Feature Configuration 38

    IGMP Snooping 39

    Multicast Router Ports 40

    Forward All 40

    Unregistered Multicast 41

    IGMP IP Group Addresses 41

    MAC Group Address FDB 42

    IP Group Address FDB 43

    Chapter 10: IP Interface 44

    IPv4 44

    Overview 44

    IPv4 Interface 45

    ARP 47

    IPv6 48

    Overview 48

    IPv6 Interface 48

    IPv6 Interface Addresses 49

    IPv6 Default Routers 49

    Chapter 11: IP Network Operations 50

    Domain Name System 50

    DNS 50

    DHCP 51

    Overview 51

    DHCP Relay and Snooping 55

    DHCP Interfaces 55

    DHCP Snooping Trusted Interface 56

    IP Source Guard 56

    Feature Configuration 56

    IP Source Guard Interfaces 57

    DHCP Snooping Binding Database 57

    ARP Inspection 58

    Feature Configuration 58

    ARP Inspection Interface 60

    ARP Access Control 60

    ARP Access Control Rules 60

    VLAN ARP Inspection 60

    Interface Settings 61

    Chapter 12: Security 62

    Security Management 62

    User Access & Accounts 62

    RADIUS 63

    Network Access Control 64

    Overview 64

    Feature Configuration 68

    Port Authentication 69

    Authentication Hosts 70

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    Port Security 71

    Storm Control 71

    Chapter 13: Access Control List 73

    Access Control Lists 73

    Defining MAC-based ACLs 74

    IPv4-based ACLs 75

    Defining ACL Binding 75

    Chapter 14: Quality of Service 78

    Overview 78

    Feature Configuration 80

    Queue Scheduling 80

    Bandwidth Control 81

    Basic QoS 81

    Advanced QoS 82

    Feature Configuration 83

    Class Mapping 84

    Policy Table 85

    Policy Class Maps 85

    Policy Binding 87

    Port Policy 87

    Chapter 15: Maintenance 88

    System Mode & Reboot 88

    File Management 89

    Overview 89

    Firmware & Boot Code 90

    Active Firmware Image 91

    Configuration & Log 91

    Configuration File Copy 92

    Diagnostics 93

    Optical Module Status 93

    Ping 93

    Port Mirroring 94

    Chapter 16: Support 95

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    CHAPTER 1 Getting StartedLinksys


    CHAPTER 1 Getting Started

    Getting StartedThis section provides an introduction to the Web-based configuration utility, and covers the following topics:

    Configuring with the Console Port

    Starting the Web-based Configuration Utility

    Interface Naming Conventions

    Window Navigation

    To configure with the Console Port, do the following:

    1 Use a provided serial cable to connect to console port

    2 Start a terminal application such as Hyper Terminal on your computer

    3 Configure the utility with 11520 bit per second, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit and no flow control (The firmware supports autobaud detection, the device will detect the speed after pressing Enter )

    4 Type in default user name: admin, and password: admin

    5 Enter to access menu CLI

    The following menu is displayed:

    1 Enter your user name and password

    The main menu is displayed:

    2 Continue configuring the device

    3 Click Logout to log out of the CLI menu

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    Starting the Web-based Configuration UtilityThis section describes how to navigate the Web-based switch configuration utility If you are using a pop-up blocker, make sure it is disabled

    The following browsers are supported:

    Firefox (versions 16 and latest)

    IE version (versions 9, 10)

    Browser RestrictionsIf you are using IPv6 interfaces on your management station, use the IPv6 global address and not the IPv6 link local address to access the device from your browser

    Launching the Configuration UtilityTo open the Web-based configuration utility, do the following:

    STEP 1 Open a Web browser

    STEP 2 Enter the IP address of the device you are configuring in the address bar on the browser, and then press Enter

    NOTE:When the device is using the factory default IP address of 192 168 1 251, its power LED flashes continuously When the device is using a DHCP assigned IP address or an administrator-configured static IP address, the power LED is on solid

    Logging InThe default username is admin and the default password is admin

    To log in to the Web-based GUI:

    STEP 1 Open the GUI The Login page is displayed

    STEP 2 Enter the username/password The password can contain up to 64 ASCII characters

    Logging OutBy default, the application logs out after ten minutes of inactivity

    CAUTION:Unless the Running Configuration is copied to the Startup Configuration, rebooting the device will remove all changes made since the last time the file was saved Save the Running Configuration to the Startup Configuration before logging off to preserve any changes you made during this session

    When you click Quick Start > Save Your Configurations, the Configuration File Copy page appears Save the Running

    Configuration file by copying it to the Startup Configuration file

    To log out, click Logout in the top right corner of any page The system logs out of the device

    When a timeout occurs or you intentionally log out of the system, a message appears and the Login page appears, with a message indicating the logged-out state

    Interface Naming ConventionsWithin the GUI, interfaces are denoted by linking the following elements:

    Interface Number: Port, LAG or VLAN ID

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    Window NavigationThis section describes the features of the Web-based switch configuration utility

    Application HeaderThe Application Header appears on every page It provides the following application links:

    Application Link Name Description

    Logout Click to log out of the Web-based switch configuration utility

    Firmware Version Display the device version number

    Help Click for the link to this administration guide

    Management ButtonsThe following table describes the commonly used buttons that appear on various pages in the system

    Button Name Description

    Add Click to display the related Add page and add an entry to a table Enter the information and click Apply to save it to the Running Configuration Click Close to return to the main page Click Save to display the Configuration File Copy page and save the Running Configuration to the Startup Configuration file type on the device

    Apply Click to apply changes to the Running Configuration on the device If the device is rebooted, the Running Configuration is lost unless it is saved to the Startup Configuration file type or another file type Click Save to display the Configuration File Copy page and save the Runnin...


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