Changes between Version 31 and Version 32 of Internal/OpenFlow/CLISetup


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02/06/10 00:44:54 (10 years ago)
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    1010 * You know network models (e.g. TCP/IP, OSI)
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     12=== Refrences ===
     13 * The NEC manuals can be found here: http://www.nec.co.jp/ip88n/02.html#manual04
    1214----
    13 == Section 1: The Basics ==
     15== Section I: The Basics ==
    1416
    1517If you are unfamiliar with "smart" switches or how to configure them, this is the place to start. This section covers the following:
    1618 
    17  * Using the serial connection to log in
     19 1. Using the serial connection to log in
    1820  * step-by-step
    1921  * troubleshooting
    20  * User modes and contexts
     22 2. User modes and contexts
     23  * config modes and contexts defined
    2124  * powering the switch off (properly)
    2225  * available commands / help pages
    2326  * switching contexts and autocompletion (a remark)
    24  * Creating and configuring VLANs and VLAN interfaces
    25  * Setting up Telnet
     27 3. Setting up Telnet
     28  * step-by-step
    2629  * Using it
    27   * troubleshooting
    28  
     30 4. VLANs and interface VLANs
     31  * VLANs and interface VLANs defined
     32  * steps -  creating VLANs/ interface VLANs
     33  * configuring trunking
     34 5. Ports
     35  * ports as seen from the switch
     36  * setting port speed
     37 
     38These correspond very roughly to NEC Configuration Guide vol 1 : http://www.nec.co.jp/ip88n/s36_sw/html/cfguide/index.html
     39[[BR]]
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    30 == Using serial to log in (Logging into the switch for the first time.) ==
     41== 1. Using serial to log in (Logging into the switch for the first time.) ==
    3142
    3243Out of the box, the switches are not configured for Telnet. In this case, you need to log into the switch using the serial port, which uses a standard RS-232 cable. You'll also need to have software installed on your PC to be able to establish a serial connection. Kermit is the recommended choice - it's default settings allow you to connect without changing anything.
     
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    112123----
    113 == User modes and contexts ==
     124== 2. User modes and contexts ==
    114125
    115126'''Super user mode.'''
     
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    195206----
    196 == Setting up Telnet ==
     207== 3. Setting up Telnet ==
    197208Setting up telnet on the switch requires several steps that involve a few contexts. The steps can be outlined as the following:
    198209 
     
    226237The username and password are the same for this prompt once you connect.
    227238
    228 === Troubleshooting ===
    229  ...coming soon, if ever.
    230239
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    232 == Creating and configuring VLANs and interface VLANs ==
     241== 4. Creating and configuring VLANs and interface VLANs ==
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    234243Here we cover the VLAN and interface VLAN in greater detail. You should be familiar with the following before going through this section or on to configuration:
     
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    385394----
    386 == Port configurations ==
     395== 5. Port configurations ==
    387396While we have been mentioning ports perpetually via contexts, this section covers them in deeper detail.
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    444453
    445 === Help? ===
    446 ...To be completed.
    447 
    448 ----
    449 ----
    450 == Section 2: Access Lists and SNMP ==
     454== Section II: Access Lists and SNMP ==
    451455Assuming you haven't broken your switch, now you are ready to do fancier things. This section will explain how to configure access control lists (ACLs) to secure your device, and determine who gets to use Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to look up and change information on your switch.
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