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Quick Links. Table of Contents. This manual describes the software configuration procedures and explains the options available within those procedures. It also leads you through the steps to use the Smart Control Center utility. For more information, see Smart Control Center Utilities on page The DHCP client on the switch is enabled by default. You will need this value to access the switch directly from a Web browser without using the Smart Control Center. Select your switch by clicking the line that displays the switch, then click the Web Browser Access button.
Start the Smart Control Center. The utility broadcasts Layer 2 discovery packets within the broadcast domain to discover the switch. Tip: You must enter the current password every time you use the Smart Control Center to update the switch setting. The default password is password.
You must be able to ping the IP address of the GST management interface from your administrative system for Web access to be available. Figure 2. Login Screen Smart Control Center Utilities In addition to device discovery and network address assignment, the Smart Control Center includes several maintenance features. For more You can backup the configuration by uploading the configuration file from the switch to an administrative system.
You can download a saved configuration file from the administrative system to the switch. Page Firmware Upgrade Firmware Upgrade The application software for the GST Smart Switch is upgradable, enabling your switch to take advantage of improvements and additional features as they become available. The upgrade procedure and the required equipment are described in this section. This procedure assumes that you have downloaded or otherwise obtained the firmware upgrade and that you have it available as a binary file on your computer.
Page 21 Run this FW after download option is clear. From the Select new firmware window that appears, navigate to and select the firmware image to download to the switch.
Page Viewing And Managing Tasks GST Smart Switch Viewing and Managing Tasks From the Tasks tab, you can view information about configuration downloads and firmware upgrades that have already occurred, are in progress, or are scheduled to take place at a later time. You can also delete or reschedule selected tasks. The method you use to manage the system depends on your network size and requirements, and on your preference.
Menu Hierarchy Configuration and Status Options The area directly under the feature links and to the right of the page menu displays the configuration information or status for the page you select. On pages that contain configuration options, you can input information into fields or select options from drop-down menus.
Click the port you want to view or configure to see a menu that displays statistics and configuration options. Page Using Snmp Web page. Interfaces are identified by their type and the interface number.
Ports 47—48 are Combo ports and ports 49—50 will support dedicated SFP modules. Use this page to configure and view general device information. Field Description Serial Number The serial number of the switch.
Click Cancel to cancel the configuration on the screen and reset the data on the screen to the latest value of the switch. Enable or disable the IPv6 network interface on the switch. The default value is Enable. The IPv6 address for the IPv6 network interface is set in auto configuration mode if this option is enabled. The table is repopulated as the IPv6 neighbors are discovered on the network. Click Refresh to refresh the screen with most recent data. Page Time Time since the address was confirmed to be reachable.
You can also set the system time manually SNTP assures accurate network device clock time synchronization up to the millisecond. If no message has been received from a server, a status of Other is displayed. Configuration changes take effect immediately. The type of DoS attacks the switch can detect and prevent are described in DoS Configuration on page Auto-DoS is disabled default.
Auto-DoS is enabled. When an attack is detected, a warning message is logged to the buffered log and is sent to the Syslog server. At the same time, the port is shut down and can be enabled only manually by the admin user. The factory default is disabled. When the system is performing a lookup on an unqualified host name, this field is provided as the domain name for example, if default domain name is netgear.
Page Host Configuration GST Smart Switch Click Cancel to cancel the configuration on the screen and reset the data on the screen to the latest value of the switch. Click Apply to send the updated configuration to the switch. The following table describes the dynamic host fields: Field Description Host Lists the host name you assign to the specified IP address.
When the port link is down, the PHY will automatically go down for a short period of time and then wake up to check link pulses. The Green Ethernet modes must be administratively enabled on the switch for the mode enabled on the port to take effect.
The switch allows the port to transition to low-power mode during link idle conditions. Short cable mode and EEE mode cannot be enabled on the same port simultaneously.
The following table describes the information available on the Green Mode Statistics Summary page. Specify the maximum number of LPI samples to store on the switch. The default is , and the range is 1 to Specify the IP address of the management station.
This information is viewed by a network manager to identify system topology and detect bad configurations on the LAN.
Specify the interval at which frames are transmitted. The default is 30 seconds, and the valid range is 5— seconds. When notifications are enabled, LLDP interacts with the Trap Manager to notify subscribers of remote data change statistics.
The default is Disabled. Enable or disable the transmission of optional type-length value TLV information from the interface. The TLV information includes the system name, system description, system capabilities, and port description. Application Specifies the media application type associated with the policy, which can only be Voice. Page 70 GST Smart Switch The following table describes the detailed local information that displays for the selected port.
Address Displays the address used to manage the device. A popup window displays information for the selected port. Address Specifies the advertised management address of the remote system. Interface SubType Specifies the port subtype. Interface Number Identifies the port on the remote device that sent the information. For example, 45th St. The field value length range is 6— characters. Select the check box next to the port or LAG to configure.
You can select multiple ports and LAGs to apply the same setting to the selected interfaces. Indicates whether the Link is up or down. This object determines whether or not to send a trap when link status changes. The factory default is Enable. Page Link Aggregation Groups If you change the mode, click Apply to apply the changes to the system. When a cable is plugged into the RJ port, copper mode is used. Select Enable or Disable from the menu. You may enter any string of up to 15 alphanumeric characters.
A valid name has to be specified to create the LAG. You can select multiple ports to apply the same setting to all selected ports. VLAN 1 is created by default, and all ports are untagged members. You can enter data in this field only when you are creating a new VLAN. Click the lower orange bar to display the LAGs on the switch. If the switch does not handle traffic from IP phones, the status should be disabled.
You can select multiple check boxes to apply the same setting to all selected ports. Select the Auto-VoIP administrative mode for the interface. This selector lists the two options for administrative mode: Enable and Disable. The administrative mode of Auto-VoIP is disabled by default. STP also provides one path between end stations on a network, eliminating loops.
Click Cancel to cancel the configuration on the screen and reset the data on the screen to
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