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PRIMERGY BX900 Blade Server Systems


PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8
Rev3.0
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PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 User Guide

PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8


User Guide

Rev3.0
February 1, 2010

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PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 User Guide

Table of Contents
1.
Product Overview .............................................................................................................. 4
1.1 Description of Hardware ............................................................................................. 4
1.1.1 Front Panel Description ........................................................................................ 4
1.1.2 Hardware Specifications ...................................................................................... 6
1.2 Description of Software ............................................................................................... 7
2.
Getting Started ................................................................................................................... 9
2.1 Installing Connection Blade in PRIMERGY BX900 Blade Chassis............... 9
2.2 Installing SFP+ Module in Connection Blade...................................................... 9
2.3 Setting up serial console connection ................................................................... 10
2.4 Configuring Connection Blade with connection blade CLI ...........................11
2.5 Command Mode ............................................................................................................. 12
2.6 Changing Switch software and IBP software ................................................... 14
2.7 Checking version and system information ........................................................ 14
2.7.1 Checking version and firmware information ............................................. 14
2.7.2 Checking System information .......................................................................... 15
2.8 Configuration files........................................................................................................ 16
2.8.1 Changing startup configuration file .............................................................. 16
2.8.2 Checking configuration file ............................................................................... 16
2.8.3 Saving configuration............................................................................................ 16
2.8.4 Backup/Restore configuration ........................................................................ 17
2.8.5 Clearing Configuration ........................................................................................ 18
2.9 Updating Firmware ...................................................................................................... 18
2.10 Initializing Connection Blade with Backup Firm.......................................... 19
2.11 Recovery Firmware with Backup Firm ............................................................. 19
3.
Configuring Switch Software ...................................................................................... 20
3.1 Configuring VLAN ......................................................................................................... 20
3.1.1 Configuring untag VLAN ..................................................................................... 20
3.1.2 Configuring tag VLAN .......................................................................................... 20
3.1.3 Configuring protocol VLAN ................................................................................ 21
3.2 Configuring Link Aggregation ................................................................................. 22
3.2.1 Configuring Static Link Aggregation ............................................................. 22
3.2.2 Configuring Link Aggregation with LACP .................................................... 23
3.3 Configuring Backup Port ........................................................................................... 24
3.4 Configuring MAC filtering .......................................................................................... 25
3.4.1 Configuring MAC filter 1 ..................................................................................... 27
3.4.2 Configuring MAC filter 2 ..................................................................................... 28
3.4.3 Configuring MAC filter 3 ..................................................................................... 28
3.4.4 Configuring MAC filter 4 ..................................................................................... 29
3.4.5 Configuring MAC filter 5 ..................................................................................... 30
3.5 Configuring Static MAC forwarding ...................................................................... 31
3.6 Configuring QoS ............................................................................................................ 32
3.6.1 Configuring priority control .............................................................................. 32
3.6.2 Configuring priority control rewrite .............................................................. 33
3.7 Configuring Spanning Tree....................................................................................... 35
3.7.1 Configuring STP ..................................................................................................... 35
3.7.2 Configuring MSTP .................................................................................................. 36
3.8 Configuring IGMP Snooping ..................................................................................... 41
3.9 Configuring IEEE802.1X Authentication ............................................................. 43
3.10 Configuring MAC Authentication ........................................................................ 46
3.11 Configuring Port Mirroring.................................................................................... 49
3.12 Configuring IP Filtering ......................................................................................... 50
3.12.1 Configuring IP filter ......................................................................................... 50
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3.13 Configuring SNMP Agent ....................................................................................... 51


3.14 Configuring System Log ......................................................................................... 53
3.15 Configuring Link DownRelay................................................................................ 54
4.
Switch Software Default Settings ............................................................................. 55
5.
Switch Software Maximum Values ........................................................................... 56
6.
MIB/Trap List .................................................................................................................... 58
6.1 Standard MIB ................................................................................................................. 58
6.1.1 System Group ......................................................................................................... 58
6.1.2 Interface Group ..................................................................................................... 58
6.1.3 Address Translation Group ............................................................................... 59
6.1.4 IP Group .................................................................................................................... 59
6.1.5 IGMP Group ............................................................................................................. 64
6.1.6 TCP Group................................................................................................................. 66
6.1.7 UDP Group ................................................................................................................ 67
6.1.8 Dot3 Group............................................................................................................... 68
6.1.9 SNMP Group............................................................................................................. 69
6.1.10 rmon Group .......................................................................................................... 69
6.1.11 Dot1dBridge Group ........................................................................................... 72
6.1.12 qBridgeMIB Group............................................................................................. 74
6.1.13 ifMIB Group .......................................................................................................... 75
6.1.14 radiusMIB Group ................................................................................................ 76
6.1.15 entityMIB Group................................................................................................. 77
6.2 Fujitsu Private MIB ...................................................................................................... 78
6.3 IEEE802.1MIB ................................................................................................................ 78
6.4 Trap List ........................................................................................................................... 87

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1.

Product Overview

The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 is an integrated 10Gbit Ethernet switch for PRIMERGY
BX900 Blade Server System.
This product has the Switch Software provides Ethernet switching function as well as the Intelligent
Blade Panel (IBP) software provides a simple Ethernet interface option for connecting the PRIMERGY
BX900 Blade Server Systems to the external network.
The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 provides the following hardware configuration
- 18 internal 10GBASE-KR ports connected to servers through chassis backplane (18 downlink ports)
- 8 external Small Form-Factor Pluggable Plus (SFP+) based ports (8 uplink ports)
- 1 internal console port connected to management blades through chassis backplane
- 1 10/100 BASE-T port connected to management blades through chassis backplane

Figure1. PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8

1.1 Description of Hardware


This section shows front panel description and overview of the hardware specifications.

1.1.1 Front Panel Description


Figure2 shows 8 SFP+ based ports, LED and Reset Switch in the Front Panel.

B
C
D

A
Front Panel Items
SFP+
A SFP+
BasedBased
PortsPorts
B ID LED
C Stack LED
D Status LED
E Port LED
F Reset Switch
Figure2. PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 Front Panel

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SFP+ based ports (A)


The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 has 8 SFP+ based ports in front panel the port number is
assigned from 19 to 26. (The downlink port numbers are assigned from 1 to 18 corresponding with
server blade slots number) 10GBASE-SR/LR modules and 10GBASE-CR SFP+ cables are supported.
The following SFP+ modules and cables are supported.
Type
10GBASE-SR

Vendor

10GBASE-LR
(not available from FTS)

P/N
FTS order number:
S26361-F3986-L3
FTLX1471D3BCL
TRS5020EN-S000-W

Finisar
Opnext

10GBASE-CR
(not available from FTS)

Table1. Supported SFP+ Modules

LEDs (B, C, D, E)
The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 has 5 kinds of LED indicating Connection Blade status, port
status and activity and stacking status.
LED
B

ID

Stack LED

Status LED

Port LED

ERR
(LEFT)

Color
Solid Blue
Off
Solid Yellow
Blinking Yellow
Solid Green
Blinking Green
Off
Solid Green
Blinking Altenately
Green/Amber
Off
Solid Amber
Blinking Amber
Off

LINK
(Right)

Solid Green
Blinking Green
Off

Meaning
Identified by MMB
Not identified by MMB
Operating as a stack master
Operating failure as a stack master
Operating as a stack slave
Operating failure as a stack slave
Or during master election process
No stacking
Normal
Connection Blade Failure
Power off
SFP+ module error
SFP+ module not supported
No SFP+ module error
or SFP+ not installed
Link established
Transmitting the data on the port
No link

Table2. LEDs in front panel

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Reset Switch (F)


The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 has a reset switch to restart this Connection Blade (hard
reset) and to boot up backup firmware.
Hard Reset:
Push the reset Switch and then release it soon.
Boot up Backup Firmware:
Push the reset switch until port LEDs start blinking green (about 5sec to 10sec) and then release it.
Note
You can enter the backup firm by pressing Ctrl-B while "Booting ..." message is displayed.

1.1.2 Hardware Specifications


Table 3 shows the hardware specifications of the PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8.
Item
Interface
ETHER(LAN)port
Standard
Downlink portport1-18
Uplink portport19-26
Management blade
connection port
(oob
Console Port
Standard
#of ports
Data transfer rate
Connection mode
Operating Voltage
Power Consumption
External dimensionsH x D x W
Weight
Ambient Requirements

Specifications

IEEE 802.3
18 ports10GBASE-KR
8ports10GBASE-LR/SR/CR (SFP+)
1port
(10/100Base-T,Ethernet connection
via management blade)
RS-232C
1
9600bps
Serial connection via management blade
DC +12 V
Max 36W
29 x 268 x 193 (mm)
1.5 kg
[Temperature]
On operation:5 ~35 degrees C

Table3. Hardware Specifications

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1.2 Description of Software


Table4 shows the supported features by the PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8

Supported Features
Cut through/Store and forward switching selectable
VLAN
Port VLAN
Tag VLAN
Protocol VLAN
Link Down Relay
Link aggregation *5
Static
LACP
Backup port
STP
STP
MSTP
RSTP
QoSincluding DiffServ
Output queue priority control
Strict
DRR
Mapping output queue
CoS value
IPv4 IP Precedence value
IPv6 TC value (high 3 bits)
IPv4 ToS value (using ACLs *2)
IPv6 TC value (using ACLs *2)
IPv4 DSCP value (using ACLs *2)
IPv6 DSCP value (using ACLs *2)
Rewrite priority
IPv4 DSCP value (using ACLs *2)
IPv4 ToS value (using ACLs*2)
IPv6 DSCP value (using ACLs *2)
Security
IP/MAC filtering *2
Log in password
Application filter(per application server)
IEEE802.1x authentication *3
Web authentication *3*4
MAC address authentication *3
Guest VLAN
IPv6 filter
RADIUS client
TACACS+ client
DoS
Broadcast/Multicast storm control
Port mirroring
ether L3 watch
Output rate control
Routing
IPv4
Static
DHCP

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IPv6
Static
DHCPv6
RA
Multicast
IGMP snooping v1,v2,v3(*1)
DHCP/DNS client
SNMPv1,v2,v3 agent
Management configuration
telnet
ssh v2
SerialCLI
WWW browserWeb UI (including https)
Logging
System log
Error log
Automated time adjustment
Scheduling
Table4. Supported Features
*1List of sources filtering by EXCLUDE and INCLUDE defined in IGMP v3 membership
report is not supported in IGMPv3
*2) QoS settings using ACLs have no effect on packets to which IP or MAC filter rules apply.
*3) In case of using the authentication with MAC address-based packet admission control,
packets which input to the authentication-enabled port are always flooded when they are
going out from the switch.
*4) If the web authentication with MAC address-based packet admission control is used,
packets which input to a port VLAN for the authentication procedure are also flooded when
they are going out from the switch.
*5) Link aggregation cannot be configured in the port which IEEE802.1x authentication, Web
authentication or MAC address authentication is configured.

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2.

Getting Started

This chapter describes how to install and configure the PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 for
getting started and how to check the system and maintenance information.

2.1 Installing Connection


BX900 Blade Chassis

Blade

in

PRIMERGY

Install Connection Blade in PRIMERGY BX900 Blade Chassis with the following procedure.
Step1: Insert the Connection Blade with the eject lever open in PRIMERGY BX900 Blade Chassis
Step2: Push the eject lever and close it.

2.2 Installing SFP+ Module in Connection Blade


Install SFP+ module in Connection Blade with the following procedure.
Step1: Insert the SFP+ module with the lever closed in SFP+ port of Connection Blade

Lever

Figure5. Installing SFP+ module

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2.3 Setting up serial console connection


This section shows how to set up serial console connection to access connection blade CLI
Step1: Connect MMB and PC console port with a console cable. Or use a telnet / SSh session to the MMB
Step2: Configure terminal software in PC as follows.
- 8 data bits, 1 stop bit and no parity
- 115200 baud
- No flow control
Step3: Login MMB CLI. (username : admin, password : admin in default)
Step4: Enter 3 in Console Menu.
Console Redirection Table Menu appears.
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Console Redirection Table
page_3
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
(1) Console Redirect Connection Blade
(2) Set Return Hotkey , Ctrl+(a character) : Q
(3) Set Console Redirection Timeout
: 900
Enter selection or type (0) to quit:

Step5: Enter the connection blade number which youd like to configure.
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Console Redirect Connection Blade
page_3_1
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
(1) Console Redirect Connection Blade-1
(2) Console Redirect Connection Blade-2
(3) Console Redirect Connection Blade-3
(4) Console Redirect Connection Blade-4
(5) Console Redirect Connection Blade-5
(6) Console Redirect Connection Blade-6
Enter selection or type (0) to quit: 3

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2.4 Configuring Connection Blade with connection


blade CLI
This section explains how to configure basic settings like IP address, default gateway and password.
Step1: Login to CLI by entering username and password (username:admin, password:admin as
default)
Login: admin
Password:
<WARNING> weak admin's password: contain at least 8 characters
#
Step2: Enter configure to move configuration mode.
# configure
(config)#
Step3: Configure IP address of oob (out of band) port.

Example) assign 192.168.1.10/24 to oob port


(config)# oob ip address 192.168.1.10/24 3

Step4: Configure default gateway

Example) assign 192.168.1.1 to default gateway


(config)# oob ip route 0 default 192.168.1.1 1 1

Step5: Check if oob IP address has been set correctly by show oob command.
(config)#exit
# show oob
IP Address : 192.168.1.10
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
MAC Address : 00:17:42:d1:09:60
MMB Ethernet: MMB1

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Step6: Check if default gateway has been set correctly by show ip route.
# show ip route
FP Destination/Mask Gateway
--- -------------------- --------------*S 0.0.0.0/0
192.168.1.1
*C 192.168.1.0/24
192.168.1.10

Distance
---------1
0

UpTime
Interface
--------- ---------00:00:17
oob0
00:00:17
oob0

Step7: Configure login password


# configure
(config)#password admin set **************

2.5 Command Mode


This section describes the command mode of CLI. Figure6 shows the transition diagram of
command mode.
Power On

Reset Switch

User Login

exit / quit

Logout
Login

Logout
(Initial State)

Reset Command
Admin
Login
quit

enable
User Exec

Privileged Exec
disable / exit
Ctrl + Z

Exec Mode
Configuration Mode
Interface Config

Line Config

configure

Exit / end

exit

interface
<n>
exit

Global Config

line
<name>
Figure6 Transition Diagram of Command Line Interface

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Table5 shows the explanation for each command mode.


Mode
Logout/Login

Description
SBAX2 is to be Logout state after power on, reset
switch, reset command.

User Exec Mode

You can move to User Exec mode with entering user


name and user password in logout state. Only a limited
Exec mode command is available in this mode.
You can move to Privileged Exec Mode with entering
admin and admin password in logout state or entering
enable command and admin password.
All Exec mode command is available in this mode.
You can move to Global Config Mode with entering
configure command in Privileged Exec mode.
Configuration mode command is available except
interface config mode command and Line config mode
command.
You can move to interface config mode with entering
interface command. You can configure Ethernet port
parameter in this mode.
You can move to Line config mode with entering line
command. You can configure terminal.

Privileged Exec Mode

Global Config Mode

Interface Config Mode


Line Config Mode

Table5 Command mode

Table6 shows CLI error message List.


Error Message
<Error>
command
Command

name:

Unknown

<Error>command name: Operation


permitted
<Error>:0: argument too less

not

Description
-Unknown command
-Cannot be execute in the current
command mode
-not permitted to execute the command
-argument is too less

<Error>:0: argument too much

-argument is too much

<Error>:position of argument: format error


<Error>:position of argument: value out of
range
<Error>:position of argument: lack of table
<Error>:position of argument: no such table
<Error>:position of argument: duplicate
value
<Error>:position of argument: fail to request

-Format of argument is not correct


-Value of argument is out o range

<Error>:position
password
<Error>:detected
execute

unique

- Password is not unique

cannot

- cannot execute because of hard error

of

argument:

HARD

ERROR,

-Definition is over limit


-Definition is not found
-Definition is duplicate
-Failed to execute command

Table6 CLI Error message list

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2.6 Changing Switch software and IBP software


The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 boots up with switch software in default.
You can change the mode to IBP software by the following command.
After reboot, the PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 boots up with IBP software.
# boot-system mode ibp
# reset
You can change back mode to switch software with the following command.
# boot-system mode switch
# reset
You can check current mode with <show system information> command.

2.7 Checking version and system information


This section describes how to check version and system information.

2.7.1 Checking version and firmware information


You can check version and firmware information with <show system information> command.
# show system information
Current-time : Sat Apr 11 20:24:33 GMT 2009
Startup-time : Sat Apr 11 20:14:22 GMT 2009
Hardware Version : C0-07
Number of ports : 18/8
Machine Model : PY CB Eth Switch/IBP 10Gb 18/8
ROM Ver. : 2.2
ASIC Firm Ver. : 090203PL1
Firm Ver. : V01.00 NY0013 Mon Mar 9 20:40:36 JST 2009
Startup-firmware : switch_firm
Next-boot : switch_firm
Startup-config : Thu Jan 1 00:00:00 GMT 1970 config1
Running-config : Sat Apr 11 20:14:22 GMT 2009
MAC : 001742d10960
Memory : 128MB

-------1)
-------2)
-------3)
-------4)
-------5)
-------6)
-------7)
-------8)
-------9)
-------10)
-------11)
-------12)
-------13)
-------14)

1) Current time
Current time is displayed
2) Startup time
Time which system booted up on is displayed
3) Hardware Version
Hardware version is displayed
4) Number of ports
The port number of 10GbE is displayed (downlink ports/uplink ports)
5) Machine Model
Machine model is displayed

6) ROM Ver.

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Boot ROM version is displayed.


8) Firm Ver.
Firmware version is displayed
When switch software is operating, switch firmware version is displayed.
When IBP software is operating, IBP firmware version is displayed.
9) Startup-firmware
Current operating software mode (Switch or IBP) is displayed
10) Next-boot
Software mode in next boot is displayed
11) Startup-config
Startup config information is displayed.
12) Running-config
Running config information is displayed
13) MAC
MAC address is displayed
14) Memory
Memory size is displayed

2.7.2 Checking System information


You can check the system information with show system status command.
# show system status
Current-time
: Sat Apr 11 21:03:17 GMT 2009
Startup-time
: Sat Apr 11 20:14:22 GMT 2009
restart_cause
: power on
machine_state
: RUNNING
power_consumption : 24 W
1) Current time
Current time is displayed
2) Startup time
Time which system booted up on is displayed
3) restart cause
System restart cause is displayed
4) machine state
Machine state is displayed
5) power consumption
Current power consumption is displayed

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2.8 Configuration files


The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 has 2 configuration files for each switch software
configuration and IBP software configuration.
PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8

Switch Software

IBP Software

Configuration file1
for switch software

config1

config1

Configuration file1
for IBP software

Configuration file2
for switch software
2

config2

config2

Configuration file1
for IBP software

Figure7 Configuration file structure

2.8.1 Changing startup configuration file


You can change startup configuration file with the following command.
(Changing startup configuration from config1 to config2)
#reset config2

2.8.2 Checking configuration file


You can check the running configuration with show running-config command
#show running-config
You can check the startup-configuration with show startup-config command
#show startup-config

2.8.3 Saving configuration


You can save the current running configuration in startup configuration with save command.
(config)#save
You can save the current running configuration in config2 with the following command.
(config)#save config2

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2.8.4 Backup/Restore configuration


You can backup/restore configuration file to/from a remote console with ftp command

Backup configuration
Get configuration with
ftp command

oob port
192.168.1.10/24

FTP Client
192.168.1.100/24

Restore configuration
Put configuration with
ftp command
Figure8 Backup/Restore Configuration

Backup Configuration
Example) backup config1 in C:<config of FTP client with file name config1-1
C:<config>ftp 192.168.1.10
User (192.168.1.100:(none)): admin
331 Password required for admin.
Password:
230 User admin logged in.
ftp> bin
200 Type set to I
ftp>get config1 config1-1

ftp>bye
221 Goodbye
C:<config>

Connect with FTP to Connection Blade


Enter User Name
Enter Password
Change to binary mode
backup config1 to config1-1 file

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Restore Configuration
Example) Restore config1-1 to config1.
C:<config>ftp 192.168.1.10
Connect with FTP to Connection Blade
User (192.168.1.100:(none)): admin
Enter User Name
331 Password required for admin.
Password:admin
Enter Password
230 User admin logged in.
ftp> bin
Change to binary mode
200 Type set to I
ftp>put config1-1 config1
Restore config1-1 to config1

226 Write complete


2856 bytes sent in 1.10 seconds (2.44 Kbytes/s)
ftp>get reset
Restart connection blade

ftp>bye
221 Goodbye
C:<config>

2.8.5 Clearing Configuration


You can clear configuration with reset clear command.
#reset clear

2.9 Updating Firmware


You can update firmware with the following procedure.
Example) Updating Switch Firmware in figure 8 configuration.
C:<firm>ftp 192.168.1.10
User (192.168.1.100:(none)): admin
331 Password required for admin.
Password:admin
230 User admin logged in.
ftp> bin
ftp> put SBAX2V0100NY11 switch_firm

Connect with FTP to Connection Blade


Enter User Name
Enter Password
Change to binary mode
Update switch firmware

There are 5 kinds of firmware for The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8.
You can update the each firmware with the following put commands.
Firmware
ASIC Firmware
Switch Firmware

Put command
put <firmware filename> asicfirm
put <firmware filename> switch_firm

IBP Firmware
Backup Firmware
ROM

put <firmware filename> ibp_firm


put <firmware filename> bkupfirm
put <firmware filename> bootrom

BIND Firmware

put <firmware filename> bindfirm

*You can update all the needed firmware with BIND Firmware update
Firmware is applied after hard reset.

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2.10 Initializing Connection Blade with Backup Firm


You can initialize The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 and back to factory default with backup
firmware.
Step1: Boot up The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8.
Step2: Press [Ctrl + B] key during displaying Booting
Backup firmware boot up.
Booting ...
Backup firmware mode.
Step3: Enter the following commands
>logon
backup# reset clear

Logon backup firmware


Initialize and reboot

2.11 Recovery Firmware with Backup Firm


You can recovery firmware with backup firm if switch software and IBP software are corrupted.
Step1: Logon backup firmware with 2.10 procedure.
Step2: Configure oob ip address with the following commands
backup# oob ip address 192.168.1.10/24 3
backup# commit
Step3: logout backup firmware
backup# exit
>
Step4: Update firmware with ftp command from ftp client.

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3.

Configuring Switch Software

This chapter describes how to configure switch software functions.

3.1 Configuring VLAN


3.1.1 Configuring untag VLAN
This section describes how to configure untag VLAN.

<Configuration target>
Assign Interface0/1 to untag VLAN(VID10)
Assign Interface0/5 to untag VLAN(VID20)
Assign IP address(192.168.20.1/24) VLAN(VID20).
<Commands>
(config)#interface 0/1
(config-if)#vlan untag 10
(config)#interface 0/5
(config-if)#vlan untag 20
Assign IP address(192.168.20.1/24) to VLAN(VID20)
(config)#lan 0 ip address 192.168.20.1/24 3
(config)#lan 0 vlan20
Save the configuration
(config)#save

3.1.2 Configuring tag VLAN


This section describes how to configure tag VLAN.

<Configuration target>
Assign Interface0/1 to tag VLAN(VID10)
Assign Interface0/5 to tag VLAN(VID20)
Assign VLAN(VID20) to IP address(192.168.20.1/24)
<Commands>
(config)#interface 0/1
(config-if)#vlan tag 10,20
(config)#interface 0/5
(config-if)#vlan tag 10,20
Assign IP address(192.168.20.1/24) to VLAN(VID20)
(config)#lan 0 ip address 192.168.20.1/24 3
(config)#lan 0 vlan20
Save the configuration
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3.1.3 Configuring protocol VLAN


This section describes how to configure protocol VLAN which IP protocol packets are
sent/received with VLAN10 and VLAN20. Packets except IP protocol are sent/received with
VLAN100.
<Configuration target>
Assign Interface0/1 to untag VLAN(VID10,100)
Assign Interface0/5 to untag VLAN(VID20,100)
Assign VLAN10,20 to IPv4 Protocol VLAN
Assign IP address(192.168.20.1/24) to VLAN(VID20)
<Commands>
(config)#interface 0/1
(config-if)#vlan untag 10,100
(config)#interface 0/5
(config-if)#vlan untag 20,100
(config)#vlan 10 protocol ipv4
(config)#vlan 20 protocol ipv4
(config)#lan 0 ip address 192.168.20.1/24 3
(config)#lan 0 vlan20
Save the configuration
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3.2 Configuring Link Aggregation


3.2.1 Configuring Static Link Aggregation
This section describes how to configure link aggregation without LACP with 4 links.
SBAX2#1

SBAX2#2

<Configuration target>
Configure static link aggregation with Interface0/19-0/22
Assign IP address(192.168.20.1/24) to VLAN(VID20)
<Commands>
SBAX2#1
Assign Interface0/19-0/22 to tag VLAN(VID10,20)
(config)#interface range 0/19-0/22
(config-if)#vlan tag 10,20
Configure static link aggregation with Interface0/19-0/22
(config)#interface range 0/19-0/22
(config-if)#type linkaggregation 1
(config-if)#vlan untag 20
Assign VLAN(VID20) to IP address(192.168.20.1/24)
(config)#lan 0 ip address 192.168.20.1/24 3
(config)#lan 0 vlan20
Save the configuration
(config)#save
SBAX2#2
Assign Interface0/19-0/22 to tag VLAN(VID10,20)
(config)#interface range 0/19-0/22
(config-if)#vlan tag 10,20
Configure static link aggregation with Interface0/19-0/22
(config)#interface range 0/19-0/22
(config-if)#type linkaggregation 1
(config-if)#vlan untag 20
Assign IP address(192.168.20.2/24) to VLAN(VID20)
(config)#lan 0 ip address 192.168.20.2/24 3
(config)#lan 0 vlan20
Save the configuration
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3.2.2 Configuring Link Aggregation with LACP


This section describes how to configure link aggregation with LACP with 4 links.
SBAX2#1

SBAX2#2

<Configuration target>
Configure link aggregation with LACP with Interface0/19-0/22
Assign VLAN(VID20) to IP address(192.168.20.1/24)
<Commands>
SBAX2#1
Assign Interface0/19-0/22 to tag VLAN(VID10,20)
(config)#interface range 0/19-0/22
(config-if)#vlan tag 10,20
Configure link aggregation with LACP with Interface0/19-0/22 and set active mode
(config)#interface range 0/19-0/22
(config-if)#type linkaggregation 1
(config)#linkaggregation 1 mode active
Assign IP address(192.168.20.1/24) to VLAN(VID20)
(config)#lan 0 ip address 192.168.20.1/24 3
(config)#lan 0 vlan20
Save the configuration
(config)#save

SBAX2#2
Assign Interface0/19-0/22 to tag VLAN(VID10,20)
(config)#interface range 0/19-0/22
(config-if)#vlan tag 10,20
Configure link aggregation with LACP with Interface0/19-0/22 and set active mode
(config)#interface range 0/19-0/22
(config-if)#type linkaggregation 1
(config)#linkaggregation 1 mode active
Assign IP address(192.168.20.2/24) to VLAN(VID20)
(config)#lan 0 ip address 192.168.20.2/24 3
(config)#lan 0 vlan20
Save the configuration
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3.3 Configuring Backup Port


This section describes how to configure backup port.

Switch

Switch

Master port

Backup Port

<Configuration target>
Configure backup port group with interface0/19,0/26 and set 0/19 to master port and 0/26 to
backup port.
Configure master port to preference port
<Commands>
Configure Interface0/19 to master port of backup port(group1).
SBAX2(config)#interface 0/19
SBAX2(config-if)#type backup 1 master
Configure Interface0/26 to backup port of backup port(group1).
(config)#interface 0/26
(config-if)#type backup 1 backup
Configure backup group1 to master port preference mode.
(config)#backup 1 mode master
Save the configuration
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3.4 Configuring MAC filtering


This section describes how to configure MAC filtering which can limit network traffic and
restrict network for security with combination of MAC address, Packet , Ethernet type, VLAN
ID and CoS value.

Unexpected
Connection

Unexpected access
Wrong access

Allowed Access

Allowed Server

<Filtering Condition>
Packet data flow can be controlled by specifying the following parameter.
1)Specify ACL MAC definition and ACL VLAN definition for filter
- Source MAC InformationMAC address/Packet format /Ethernet Type/LSAP
-

Destination MAC InformationMAC address/Packet format/Ethernet Type/LSAP


VLAN ID
CoS Value
Source IP InformationIP Address/Address Mask

Destination IP InformationIP Address/Address Mask


Protocol
TCP/UDP port number
ICMP TYPEICMP CODE

- TOS valueDSCP value of IP packet


2)Specify the interface for MAC filter
3)Specify action(reject or pass) for MAC filter

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<Filtering design policy>


There are two way for filtering design.
A. Pass the specified packets and reject the others.
B. Reject the specified packets and pass the others.
This chapter explains the following examples for A.
-Pass only packets of the specified source MAC address.
-Pass only packets of the specified destination MAC address.
And explains the following example for B.
-Reject only packets of the specified packet format.

3.4.1 Configuring MAC filter 1


This section describes how to configure MAC filter which passes only packets of the specified
source MAC address and rejects the other packets.
<Filtering Design>
VLAN 10 consists of interface0/1-0/8 and they are untag VLAN.
VLAN 20 consists of interface0/1-0/4 and interface0/9-0/12.Interface0/1-0/4 is tag VLAN and
Interface0/9-0/12 is untag VLAN.
Interface0/4-0/8 in VLAN 10 pass packets of the only source MAC address00:0b:01:02:03:04
and rejects the other packets.
<Commands>
Configure ACL which specifies source MAC address 00:0b:01:02:03:04 and VLAN 10.---(1)
(config)#acl 100 mac 00:0b:01:02:03:04 any any
(config)#acl 100 vlan 10 any
Configure ACL which specifies all packet format of VLAN10. --- 2
(config)#acl 110 vlan 10 any
Configure mac filter which pass packets specified by (1) in interface0/2.
(config)#interface 0/2
(config-if)#macfilter 0 pass 100
Configure mac filter which rejects packets specified by (2) in interface0/2.
(config)#interface 0/2
(config-if)#macfilter 1 reject 110

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3.4.2 Configuring MAC filter 2


This section describes how to configure MAC filter which passes only packets of the specified
destination MAC address and rejects the other packets.
<Filtering Design>
VLAN 10 consists of interface0/1-0/8 and they are untag VLAN.
VLAN 20 consists of interface0/1-0/4 and interface0/9-0/12.Interface0/1-0/4 is tag VLAN and
Interface0/9-0/12 is untag VLAN.
Interface0/4-0/8 in VLAN 10 pass packets of the only destination MAC
address00:0b:01:02:03:04 and rejects the other packets.
<Commands>
Configure ACL which specifies destination MAC address 00:0b:01:02:03:04 and VLAN
10.---(1)
(config)#acl 120 mac any 00:0b:01:02:03:04 any
(config)#acl 120 vlan 10 any

Configure ACL which specifies all packet format of VLAN10. --- 2


(config)#acl 110 vlan 10 any

Configure mac filter which pass packets specified by (1) in interface0/4-0/8


(config)#interface range 0/4-0/8
(config-if)#macfilter 0 pass 120

Configure mac filter which rejects packets specified by (2) in interface0/4-0/8


(config)#interface range 0/4-0/8
(config-if)#macfilter 1 reject 110

3.4.3 Configuring MAC filter 3


This section describes how to configure MAC filter which rejects only packets of the specified
destination MAC address and passes the other packets.
<Filtering Design>
VLAN 10 consists of interface0/1-0/8 and they are untag VLAN.
VLAN 20 consists of interface0/1-0/4 and interface0/9-0/12.Interface0/1-0/4 is tag VLAN and
Interface0/9-0/12 is untag VLAN.
Interface0/1-0/4 rejects IP protocol packets and passes the other packets.
<Commands>
Configure ACL which specifies IP protocol(IP,ARP,Reserve ARP) ---(1)
(config)#acl 130 mac any any ether 0800
(config)#acl 131 mac any any ether 0806
(config)#acl 132 mac any any ether 8035

Configure mac filter which rejects packets specified by (1) in interface0/1-0/4


and rejects packets specified by (2) in interface0/4-0/8
(config)#interface range 0/1-0/4
(config-if)#macfilter 0 reject 130
(config-if)#macfilter 1 reject 131
(config-if)#macfilter 2 reject 132

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3.4.4 Configuring MAC filter 4


This section describes how to configure MAC filter which rejects only the traffic between the specified
MAC addresses.

<Filtering Design>
VLAN 10 consists of interface0/1-0/4 with untag and 0/5-0/8 with tag.
VLAN 20 consists of interface0/1-0/4 with tag and interface0/5-0/8 with tag.
In VLAN10, Only TCP Traffic is rejected between MAC address 00:0b:01:02:03:04 and
00:0b:11:12:13:14

In VLAN20, Only UDP traffic is rejected between MAC address 00:0b:21:22:23:24 and
00:0b:31:32:33:34.

<Commands>
Configure ACL which specifies TCP packets of source MAC address 00:0b:01:02:03:04 and destination
MAC address 00:0b:11:12:13:14. --- (1)
(config)#acl 0 00:0b:01:02:03:04 00:0b:11:12:13:14 any
(config)#acl 0 ip any any 6 any
Configure ACL which specifies TCP packets of source MAC address 00:0b:11:12:13:14 and destination
MAC address 00:0b:01:02:03:04. --- (2)
(config)#acl 1 00:0b:11:12:13:14 00:0b:01:02:03:04 any
(config)#acl 1 ip any any 6 any
Configure ACL which specifies UDP packets of source MAC address 00:0b:21:22:23:24 and destination
MAC address 00:0b:31:32:33:34. --- (3)
(config)#acl 2 00:0b:21:22:23:24 00:0b:31:32:33:04 any
(config)#acl 2 ip any any 17 any
Configure ACL which specifies UDP packets of source MAC address 00:0b:31:32:33:34 and destination
MAC address 00:0b:21:22:23:24. --- (4)
(config)#acl 3 00:0b:21:22:23:24 00:0b:31:32:33:04 any
(config)#acl 3 ip any any 17 any
Configure mac filter which rejects packets specified by (1) and (2) in VLAN10.
(config)#vlan 10 macfilter 0 reject 0
(config)#vlan 10 macfilter 1 reject 1
Configure mac filter which rejects packets specified by (3) and (4) in VLAN20.
(config)#vlan 20 macfilter 0 reject 2
(config)#vlan 20 macfilter 1 reject 3

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3.4.5 Configuring MAC filter 5


This section describes how to configure MAC filter which passes only the traffic between the specified
MAC addresses.

<Filtering Design>
VLAN 10 consists of interface0/1-0/4 with untag and 0/5-0/8 with tag.
VLAN 20 consists of interface0/5-0/8 with untag.
In VLAN10, Only IP protocol packets are passed.
In VLAN20, Only FNA protocol packets are passed.
<Commands>
Configure ACL which specifies IP protocol(IP,ARP,Reserve ARP) ---(1)
(config)#acl 10 mac any any ether 0800
(config)#acl 11 mac any any ether 0806
(config)#acl 12 mac any any ether 8035
Configure ACL which specifies FNA format---(2)
(config)#acl 20 mac any any llc 8080
(config)#acl 21 mac any any llc 0000
(config)#acl 22 mac any any llc 0001
Configure ACL which specifies all packets-----(3)
(config)#acl 30 mac any any any
Configure mac filter which
(config)#vlan 10 macfilter
(config)#vlan 10 macfilter
(config)#vlan 10 macfilter
(config)#vlan 10 macfilter

rejects packets except packets specified by (1) in VLAN10 ---(4)


0 pass 10
1 pass 11
2 pass 12
3 reject 30

Configure mac filter which rejects packets except packets specified by (2) in VLAN20 -----(5)
(config)#vlan 20 macfilter 0 pass 20
(config)#vlan 20 macfilter 1 pass 21
(config)#vlan 20 macfilter 2 pass 22
(config)#vlan 20 macfilter 3 reject 30

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3.5 Configuring Static MAC forwarding


This Section describes how to add MAC address to FDB as static entries.
MAC address can be manually entered in FDB which doesnt age out and you can avoid
flooding of extra frames to network.

Server#1

Server#2

Server#3

VLAN10

VLAN20

<Configuration target>
Assign Interface0/2, 0/5 which Server#1,#2 are connected to VLAN(VID10).
Assign Interface0/10 which Server#3 is connected to VLAN(VID20).
Add MAC address of Servers to FDB as static entry.
Server#1 MAC address: 00:00:00:00:00:11
Server#2 MAC address: 00:00:00:00:00:22
Server#2 MAC address: 00:00:00:00:00:33
<Commands>
Assign Interface0/2 and 0/5 to untag VLAN(VID10)
(config)#interface range 0/2,0/5
(config-if)#vlan untag 10

Assign Interface0/10 to untag VLAN(VID20)


(config)#interface 0/10
(config-if)#vlan untag 20
Add MAC address to FDB in VLAN10.
(config)#vlan 10 forward 0 00:00:00:00:00:11 2
(config)#vlan 10 forward 1 00:00:00:00:00:22 5
Add MAC address to FDB in VLAN20.
(config)#vlan 20 forward 0 00:00:00:00:00:33 10

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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3.6 Configuring QoS


3.6.1 Configuring priority control
This section describes how to configure priority control which assigns egress port queue of
different priority to User priority value (Cos) in VLAN tag.
<Priority Control Design>
Packet Type
Management
Voice
FAX
Movie
Other

<Commands>
(config)#interface 0/1
(config-if)#qos prioritymap
(config-if)#qos prioritymap
(config-if)#qos prioritymap
(config-if)#qos prioritymap
(config-if)#qos prioritymap
(config-if)#qos prioritymap
(config-if)#qos prioritymap
(config-if)#qos prioritymap

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

CoS
Value
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0

0
0
1
1
2
3
4
4

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3.6.2 Configuring priority control rewrite


This section describes how to configure priority control rewrite which rewrites priority control
information of packets specified with combination of Mac address, packet format, Ethernet
type, VLAN ID and CoS value.
<Rewrite Condition>
Priority control information can be controlled by specifying the following parameter.
1)Specify ACL MAC definition and ACL VLAN definition for filter
- Source MAC InformationMAC address/Packet format /Ethernet Type/LSAP
-

Destination MAC InformationMAC address/Packet format/Ethernet Type/LSAP


VLAN ID
CoS Value
Source IP InformationIP Address/Address Mask

- Destination IP InformationIP Address/Address Mask


- TCP/UDP port number
- ICMP TYPEICMP CODE
- TOS valueDSCP value of IP packet
2)Specify the interface for MAC filter
3)Specify action(reject or pass) for MAC filter
- Rewrite DSCP value
- Rewrite ip precedence value
- Change queue which the received packets in ingress port use in egress port.

DSCP value rewrite


This section describes how to configure DSCP value rewrite of all ingress packets in the
specified interfaces in VLAN.
<Rewrite request>
VLAN 10 consists of interface0/1-0/8 and they are tag VLAN.
DSCP value of all packets is rewrite to 40 in interface0/1.
<Commands>
Configure ACL which specifies all packets --- (1)

(config)#acl 120 mac any any any


Configure DSCP value rewrite which rewrites DSCP value of packets specified by (1) to 40
(config)#interface 0/1
(config-if)#qos aclmap 0 dscp 40 120
Save the configuration
(config)#save

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IP Precedence value rewrite


This section describes how to configure IP precedence value rewrite which rewrites IP precedence value
of packets which has the specified CoS value in the specified port in VLAN.

<Rewrite request>
VLAN 10 consists of interface0/1-0/8 and they are tag VLAN.
IP precedence value of packets which have CoS value 5 is rewrite to 40 in VLAN10.
<Commands>
Configure ACL which specifies packets of VLAN ID10 and CoS value 5 ---(1)
(config)#acl 150 vlan 10 5
Configure QoS ACL map which rewrites ip precedence value of packets specified by (1) to 6 in
interface0/1-0/8 in VLAN10.
(config)#interface range 0/1-0/8
(config-if)#qos aclmap 0 tos 6 150

Save the configuration


(config)#save

Change queue of packets in VLAN


This section describes how to configure change queue function which changes queue which the received

packets in ingress port use in egress port.


<Rewrite request>
VLAN20 consists of interface0/1-0/5 and 0/1-0/4 is tag VLAN. 0/5 is untag VLAN.
Queue of packets of source Mac address 00:0b:01:02:03:04 is changed to 3.
<Commands>
Configure ACL which specifies source MAC address 00:0b:01:02:03:04 ---(1)
(config)#acl 100 mac 00:0b:01:02:03:04 any any
Configure QoS ACL map which changes queue of packets specified by(1) in VLAN20.
(config)#vlan 20 qos aclmap 0 queue 3 100

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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3.7 Configuring Spanning Tree


This section describes how to configure STP.

3.7.1 Configuring STP

Switch

Switch

<Configuration target>
Enable STP
Assign Interface0/17 and 0/26 to VLAN(VID10)

<Commands>
Assign Interface0/17 and 0/26 to VLAN(VID10)
(config)#interface range 0/17-0/26
(config-if)#vlan untag 10
Enable STP in Interface0/1 and 0/2.
(config)#interface range 0/1-0/2
(config-if)#stp use on

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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3.7.2 Configuring MSTP


This section describes how to configure MSTP. MSTP can handle frames per VLAN.

<Configuration Target>
Control frames per VLAN by using MSTP in the following VLAN environment.

SBAX2#1

SBAX

SBAX2#2

SBAX2#4

VLAN300

VLAN100,200

[Instance 0]
Bridge Priority:

SBAX2#1 -> SBAX2#2 -> SBAX2#3 -> SBAX2#4

[Instance 1]
Bridge Priority:
VLAN

SBAX2#1 -> SBAX2#2 -> SBAX2#3 -> SBAX2#4


100200

[Instance 2]
Bridge Priority:
VLAN

SBAX2#1 -> SBAX2#3 -> SBAX2#2 -> SBAX2#4


300

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<SBAX2#1>
Connect interface0/19 to SBAX2#2
Connect interafce0/26 to SBAX2#3
Configure STP path cost of interface 0/19 and 0/26 to 20000 for all instances.

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<SBAX2#2>
Connect interface0/19 to SBAX2#1
Connect interafce0/23 to SBAX2#3
Connect interafce0/26 to SBAX2#4
Configure STP path cost of interface 0/19,0/23 and 0/26 to 20000 for all instances.

<SBAX2#3>
Connect interface0/19 to SBAX2#1
Connect interafce0/23 to SBAX2#2
Connect interafce0/26 to SBAX2#4
Configure STP path cost of interface 0/19,0/23 and 0/26 to 20000 for all instances.
<SBAX2#4>
Connect interface0/19 to SBAX2#2
Connect interafce0/26 to SBAX2#3
Configure STP path cost of interface 0/19 and 0/26 to 20000 for all instances.
Connect the servers of VLAN100 to interface0/20-0/21.
Connect the servers of VLAN200 to interface0/22.
Connect the servers of VLAN300 to interface0/24-0/25.

<Command>
SBAX2#1
Configure STP path cost in interface0/190/23.
(config)#interface range 0/19,0/23
(config-if)#stp domain 0 cost 20000
(config-if)#stp domain 1 cost 20000
(config-if)#stp domain 2 cost 20000
Configure VLAN
(config)#interface range 0/19,0/23
(config-if)#vlan tag 100,200,300
Configure STP
(config)#stp mode mstp
(config)#stp domain 1 vlan 100,200
(config)#stp domain 2 vlan 300
(config)#stp domain 0 priority 4096
(config)#stp domain 1 priority 4096
(config)#stp domain 2 priority 4096

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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SBAX2#2
Configure STP path cost in interface0/190/230/26
(config)#interface range 0/19,0/23,0/26
(config-if)#stp domain 0 cost 20000
(config-if)#stp domain 1 cost 20000
(config-if)#stp domain 2 cost 20000
Configure VLAN
(config)#interface range 0/19,0/23,0/26
(config-if)#vlan tag 100,200,300
Configure STP
(config)#stp mode mstp
(config)#stp domain 1 vlan 100,200
(config)#stp domain 2 vlan 300
(config)#stp domain 0 priority 8192
(config)#stp domain 1 priority 8192
(config)#stp domain 2 priority 12288

Save the configuration


(config)#save

SBAX2#3
Configure STP path cost in interface0/190/230/26
(config)#interface range 0/19,0/23,0/26
(config-if)#stp domain 0 cost 20000
(config-if)#stp domain 1 cost 20000
(config-if)#stp domain 2 cost 20000
Configure VLAN
(config)#interface range 0/19,0/23,0/26
(config-if)#vlan tag 100,200,300
Configure STP
(config)#stp mode mstp
(config)#stp domain 1 vlan 100,200
(config)#stp domain 2 vlan 300
(config)#stp domain 0 priority 12288
(config)#stp domain 1 priority 12288
(config)#stp domain 2 priority 8192

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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SBAX2#4
Configure STP path cost in interface0/190/26
(config)#interface range 0/19,0/26
(config-if)#stp domain 0 cost 20000
(config-if)#stp domain 1 cost 20000
(config-if)#stp domain 2 cost 20000
Configure VLAN
(config)#interface range 0/19,0/26
(config-if)#vlan tag 100,200,300
Configure STP
(config)#stp mode mstp
(config)#stp domain 1 vlan 100,200
(config)#stp domain 2 vlan 300
(config)#stp domain 0 priority 32768
(config)#stp domain 1 priority 32768
(config)#stp domain 2 priority 32768

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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3.8 Configuring IGMP Snooping


SBAX2 detects the port which requires multicast packets and transfers multicast packets to just the port
by using IGMP snooping. This constrains the flooding of multicast traffic and avoids transferring
unnecessary multicast packets to servers.
Listener

Listener

Multicast
Router#1

Listener

Multicast
Router#2

Sender

Sender

<Configuration target>
Use IGMP snooping
Listner#1

Port: Interface0/1,0/2
VLAN: 10

Listener#2

Port:Interface0/3,0/4
VLAN:11

Lsitener#3

Port:Interface0/5,0/6
VLAN:12

Multicast router#1 is connected to interface0/25 which VLAN10-12 is assigned with tag VALN.
Multicast router#2 is connected to interface0/26 which VLAN10 is assigned with tag VALN.

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<Commands>
Enable IGMP snooping
(config)#igmpsnoop use on
(config)#interface range 0/1-0/2 vlan untag 10
(config-if)vlan untag 10
(config)#interface 0/3-0/4
(config-if)#vlan untag 11
(config)#interface 0/5-0/6
(config-if)#vlan untag 12
(config)#interface 0/25
(config-if)#vlan tag 10,11,12
(config)#interface 0/26
(config-if)#vlan untag 10
Configure the multicast port for VLAN10 which multiple multicast routers are connected
(config)#vlan 10 igmpsnoop router yes 25,26

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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3.9 Configuring IEEE802.1X Authentication


This section describes how to configure IEEE802.1X authentication.
Note
Dont assign VLAN ID to ports which use IEEE802.1X authentication.
Configure AAA group ID correctly for IEEE802.1X authentication.
Only EAP-MD5 can be used as authentication method for local authentication.
The following accounting information cannot be retrieved correctly in multiple authentication
environment per one physical port
- The number of Tx packet
- The number of Rx packet
- The number of Tx byte
- The number of Rx byte

Supplicant#1

Supplicant#2

Supplicant#3

0/1

0/2

0/3

0/19

0/26

0/22

VLAN123

VLAN10

VLAN11

VLAN100

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<Configuration target>
Use IEEE802.1X authentication in interface0/1-0/3.
Authentication database of Interface0/1-0/3 is following
-Interface0/10/2
: RADIUS Server
-Interface0/3
: Authentication information set locally
AAA Group ID
-Interface0/10/2
:0
-Interface0/3
:1
Authenticated per Supplicant MAC address
Available users in interface 0/3 are following.

User ID
Supp1
Supp2

Password

Assigned VLAN ID

Supp1-pass
Supp2-pass

VLAN123
VLAN100

RADIUS Server IP Address:


172.16.1.100
RADIUS Server is connected to VLAN13.
RADIUS Server secret :radius-secret
Collect authentication and accounting information in RADIUS server used by interface 0/1 and 0/2
Accounting information and Attribute supported by SBAX2 is following.
-Session time
:Acct-Session-Time
- Tx packet number
:Acct-Output-Packets
- Rx packet number
:Acct-Input-Packets
- Tx byte
:Acct-Output-Octets
- Rx byte
:Acct-Input-Packets
Note
Configure the following attributes in RADIUS server in order to assign VLAN ID to users.
Please see user guide of RADIUS server for how to configure.

name
Tunnel-Type
Tunnel-Media-Type
Tunnel-Private-Group-ID

number

Attribute value

64
65
81

VLAN (13)
802 (6)
VLAN ID (coded by ASCII code)

When multiple tunnel attributes are configured by tag, the least available value is assigned to users as
VLAN information.

<Commands>
Enable IEEE802.1X authentication
(config)#dot1x use on
Configure port which RADIUS server is connected to
(config)#interface 0/26
(config-if)#vlan untag 13
Configure VLAN for RADIUS server
(config)#lan 0 vlan 13
(config)#lan 0 ip address 172.16.1.101/16 3
Configure VLAN which supplicants authenticated by IEEE802.1X are connected to
(config)#interface 0/19
(config-if)#vlan untag 10
(config)#interface 0/20
(config-if)#vlan untag 11
(config)#interface 0/21
(config-if)#vlan untag 100

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(config)#interface 0/22
(config-if)#vlan untag 123
Conifgure IEEE802.1X authentication port
(config)#interface 0/1
(config-if)#dot1x aaa 0
(config-if)#dot1x use on
(config)#interface 0/2
(config-if)#dot1x aaa 0
(config-if)#dot1x use on
(config)#interface 0/3
(config-if)#dot1x aaa 1
(config-if)#dot1x use on
Configure AAA group information using RADIUS server.
(config)#aaa 0 name radiusAuth
(config)#aaa 0 radius service client both
(config)#aaa 0 radius auth source 172.16.1.101
(config)#aaa 0 radius client server-info auth secret radius-secret
(config)#aaa 0 radius client server-info auth address 172.16.1.100
(config)#aaa 0 radius client server-info accounting secret radius-secret
(config)#aaa 0 radius client server-info accounting address 172.16.1.100
Configure AAA group information using local authentication information
(config)# aaa 1 name localAuth
(config)# aaa 1 user 0 id Supp1
(config)# aaa 1 user 0 password Supp1-pass
(config)# aaa 1 user 0 supplicant vid 123
(config)# aaa 1 user 1 id Supp2
(config)# aaa 1 user 1 password Supp2-pass
(config)# aaa 1 user 1 supplicant vid 100

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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3.10 Configuring MAC Authentication


This section describes how to configure MAC address authentication.
Note
Dont assign VLAN ID to ports which use MAC address authentication.
Configure AAA group ID correctly for MAC address authentication.

Supplicant#1

Supplicant#2

Supplicant#3

0/1

0/2

0/3

0/19

0/26

0/22

VLAN123

VLAN10

VLAN11

VLAN100

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<Configuration target>
Use MAC address authentication in interface0/1-0/3.
Authentication database of Interface0/1-0/3 is following
-Interface0/10/2
: RADIUS Server
-Interface0/3
: Authentication information set locally
AAA Group ID
-Interface0/10/2
:0
-Interface0/3
:1
Authenticated per Supplicant MAC address
Available users in interface 0/3 are following.

MAC address

Assigned VLAN ID

00:11:11:00:00:01
00:22:22:00:00:02

VLAN123
VLAN100

RADIUS Server IP Address:


172.16.1.100
RADIUS Server is connected to VLAN13.
RADIUS Server secret :radius-secret
Authentication Protocol: MD5-CHAP
Note
Configure the following attributes in RADIUS server in order to assign VLAN ID to users.
Please see user guide of RADIUS server for how to configure.

name
Tunnel-Type
Tunnel-Media-Type
Tunnel-Private-Group-ID

number

Attribute value

64
65
81

VLAN (13)
802 (6)
VLAN ID (coded by ASCII code)

When multiple tunnel attributes are configured by tag, the least available value is assigned to users as
VLAN information.

<Commands>
Enable MAC address authentication
(config)#macauth use on
Configure password for MAC address authentication
(config)#macauth password macauth-pass
Configure authentication protocol to MD5-CHAP
(config)#macauth type chap_md5
Configure port which RADIUS server is connected to
(config)#interface 0/26
(config-if)#vlan untag 13
Configure VLAN for RADIUS server
(config)#lan 0 vlan 13
(config)#lan 0 ip address 172.16.1.101/16 3
Configure VLAN which supplicants authenticated by IEEE802.1X are connected to
(config)#interface 0/19
(config-if)#vlan untag 10
(config)#interface 0/20
(config-if)#vlan untag 11
(config)#interface 0/21
(config-if)#vlan untag 100

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(config)#interface 0/22
(config-if)#vlan untag 123
Conifgure MAC address authentication port
(config)#interface 0/1
(config-if)#macauth use on
(config-if)#macauth aaa 0
(config)#interface 0/2
(config-if)#macauth use on
(config-if)#macauth aaa 0
(config)#interface 0/3
(config-if)#macauth use on
(config-if)#macauth aaa 1
Configure AAA group information using RADIUS server.
(config)#aaa 0 name radiusAuth
(config)#aaa 0 radius service client both
(config)#aaa 0 radius auth source 172.16.1.101
(config)#aaa 0 radius client server-info auth secret radius-secret
(config)#aaa 0 radius client server-info auth address 172.16.1.100
(config)#
(config)#
(config)#
(config)#
(config)#
(config)#
(config)#

aaa
aaa
aaa
aaa
aaa
aaa
aaa

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

name localAuth
user 0 id 001111000001
user 0 password macauth-pass
user 0 supplicant vid 123
user 1 id 002222000002
user 1 password macauth-pass
user 1 supplicant vid 100

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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3.11 Configuring Port Mirroring


This section describes how to configure port mirroring function.
You can monitor the Rx/Tx traffic of source port in the target port by using port mirroring function.
This section explains how to configure source port to interfce0/17 and target port to interface 0/26 and
mirror Rx traffic of source port to target port.

Source
Port

Target
Port

Analyzer

<Configuration target>
Configure interface0/17 to source port(Rx)
Configure interface0/26 to target port.

<Commands>
Configure interface0/17 to mirror port.
(config)#interface 0/17
(config-if)#type mirror 0 26 rx

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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3.12 Configuring IP Filtering


This section describes how to configure IP filtering which controls packets by combination of IP address
and port number for network security.

<IP Filtering Condition>


Packet data flow can be controlled by specifying the following parameter in ACL.
- Source IP InformationIP Address/Address Mask/Port Number
- Destination IP InformationIP Address/Address Mask/Port Number
- Protocol
- TOS valueDSCP value of IP packet
<IP Filtering design policy>
There are two ways for filtering design.
A. Pass the specified packets and reject the others.
B. Reject the specified packets and pass the others.
This chapter explains the following examples for A.
-Pass only packets to access the specified service.
-Pass only packets to the specified server
And explains the following example for B.
-Reject only packets to the specified server
-Reject only ping to the specified server.

3.12.1 Configuring IP filter


This section describes how to configure IP filter which passes access to Web server and DNS sever and
rejects the other accesses.

<Filtering Design>
Pass access to Web server from 192.168.1.0/24
Pass access to DNS server from 192.168.1.0/24
Pass ICMP packets
Reject the other packets

<Commands>
Pass TCP packets to port80 of Web Server
(config)#acl 0 ip 192.168.1.0/24 any 6 any
(config)#acl 0 tcp any 80
(config)#lan 0 ip filter 0 pass acl 0
Pass UDP packets to port53 of DNS server.
(config)#acl 1 ip 192.168.1.0/24 192.168.0.10/32 17 any
(config)#acl 0 udp any 53
(config)#lan 0 ip filter 1 pass acl 1
Pass ICMP packets
(config)#acl 2 ip any any 1 any
(config)#lan 0 ip filter 2 pass acl 2
Reject the other packets
(config)#acl 3 ip any any any
(config)#lan 0 ip filter 3 reject acl 3

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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3.13 Configuring SNMP Agent


This section describes how to configure SNMP agent which informs MIB information of SNMP host.
lan 0
192.168.1.1

Administrator :Suzuki
System name:SBAX2
Agent IP address 192.168.1.1

Inform MIB information against


SNMP request
SNMP host
192.168.1.100

<Configuration target>
Use SNMP agent function
Administrator
suzuki
System name
SBAX2
Location
1F
Agent IP address
192.168.1.1
SNMP host IP address 192.168.1.100
community
public00

<Commands>
Configure SNMPagent information
(config)#snmp agent contact suzuki
(config)#snmp agent sysname SBAX2
(config)#snmp agent location 1F
(config)#snmp agent adress 192.168.1.1
Configure SNMPhost information
(config)#snmp manager 0 192.168.1.100 public00 off disable
Enable SNMP agent function
(config)#snmp service on

Save the configuration


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This section describes how to configure for SNMPv3 access

<Configuration target>
Use SNMP agent function
Administrator
suzuki
System name
SBAX2
Location
1F
Agent address:192.168.1.1
SNMP host address:192.168.1.100
Host address for trap: 192.168.1.100
User name:user00
Authentication protocol:MD5
Password : auth_password
Encryption Protocol : DES
Password: priv_password
MIB view: Only system and interfaces groups are enabled
Only linkDown and linkUp traps are enabled.

<Commands>
Configure SNMP agent information
(config)#snmp agent contact suzuki
(config)#snmp agent sysname SBAX2
(config)#snmp agent location 1F
(config)#snmp agent address 192.168.1.1
Configure SNMPv3 Information
(config)#snmp user 0 name user00
(config)#snmp user 0 address 0 192.168.1.100
(config)#snmp user 0 notification 0 192.168.1.100
Configure Authentication/Encryption protocol
(config)#snmp user 0 auth md5 auth_password
(config)#snmp user 0 priv des priv_password
Configure MIB view information
(config)#snmp user 0 read view 0
(config)#snmp user 0 notify view 0
(config)#snmp view 0 subtree 0 include
(config)#snmp view 0 subtree 1 include
(config)#snmp view 0 subtree 2 include
(config)#snmp view 0 subtree 3 include

system
interfaces
linkdown
linkup

Enable SNMP Agent function


(config)#snmp service on

Savte the configuration


(config)#save

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3.14 Configuring System Log


This section describes how to configure system log function which sends system logs to syslog server.
lan 0
192.168.1.1

Send system logs

Syslog server
192.168.1.10

<Configuration Target>
Configure
-Priority
-Priority
-Priority
-Priority

the following priority


LOG_ERROR
LOG_WARNING
LOG_NOTICE
LOG_INFO

Syslog server IP address 192.168.1.10

<Command>
(config)#syslog server 192.168.1.10
Configure System log
(config)#syslog pri error, warm, notice, info

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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3.15 Configuring Link DownRelay


This section describes how to configure Link DownRelay function.

<Configuration Target>
Configure interface 0/1- 0/5 to downrelay port for interface 0/19.
When interface 0/19 is linkdown, interface 0/1-0/5 is down.

<Command>
(config)#interface 0/19
(config-if)#downrelay port 1-5
(config-if)#exit

Save the configuration


(config)#save

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4.

Switch Software Default Settings

Item
Switching method
Port information
ETHER port

Default Setting
Cut through switching

Data transfer rate

1~18
(Downlink)
10Gbps(fixed)

19~26
(Uplink)
10Gbps(fixed)

Full/half duplex
MDI/MDI-X
Flow control

Full-duplex(Fixed)

Tx:OFF, Rx:ON

Full-duplex(Fixed)

VLAN
Protocol VLAN
Predefined protocol
Link down relay
Link aggregation
Load balancing algorithm
Back up port
Port selection scheme
STP information
STP operating mode
LLDP
Broadcast/Multicast
storm
control
Output rate control
IGMP snooping
IEEE802.1X authentication
Web authentication
MAC address authentication
RADIUS client
TACACS+ client
IP interface
Password information
User name
Password
ACL information
SNMP information
DHCP/DNS client
telnet/SSH auto logoff
Console auto logoff
System log information
System log send
Facility
Priority
Automatically current time set
Schedule information
Host database information
Shell function
Character code

VID 1 (no tag)

oob
MMB connection link
10/100Mbps
(Auto-detect)
Auto-detect

Tx:ON(Fixed)
Rx:ON(Fixed)

IPv4IPv6
Disabled
Destination MAC address, Source MAC address
Master port preferred
MSTP enabled for Uplink ports / Disabled for downlinks
Disabled
Enabled
Threshold value for broadcast storm control: 2Gbps
Threshold value for multicast storm control: 2Gbps
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
In-band = None/OOB = DHCP
admin
admin
None
Disabled
TBD
5 min
8 hours
Disable
23local7
errorwarninfo
Disabled
None
None
EUC

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5.

Switch Software Maximum Values


Item
Bridge information
of blocks registered*1
Of static blocks registered
VLAN definition
# of VLANs
Protocol VLAN*2
Link aggregation
# of member ports
# of groups
Back up ports
# of groups
STP information
# of MSTP instances
of retainable LLDP receive information(*3
MAC filters*4
QoS using ACLs*4
IGMP snooping
# of multicast group address registered
IEEE802.1X authentication
# of simultaneously authentication clients(*5)
# of simultaneously authentication vlans*6
Web authentication
# of simultaneously authentication clients(*5)
# of client registrations not required for
authentication
# of simultaneously authentication vlans*6
MAC address authentication
# of simultaneously authentication clients(*5)
# of client registrations not required for
authentication
# of simultaneously authentication vlans*6
Port mirroring
Target port*8
ARPs registered
IP interfaces
IPv6 interfaces
Routing table(IPv4)
# of routes registered
# of static routes registered
Routing table(IPv6)
# of routes registered
# of RA routes registered
# of static routes registered
IP filtering information(*4)
IPv4 max definitions
IPv6 max definitions
DSCP rewrite information(*4)
IPv4 max definitions
IPv6 max definitions
ACL definitions
Host database definitions
AAA information
# of groups

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Maximum value
16416
400
1000
8
10
10
13
16
26+378
64(per switch)
64(per switch)
400
24(per port)
16
24(per port)
24(per port)
16
24(per port)
24(per port)
16
1 for Tx, 1 for Rx
4000
2
2
4
4

1
4
64(per switch)
64(per switch)
64(per switch)
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# of defined authenticated users


1000
# of defined RADIUS servers
4
SNMP information
# of max. SNMP manager registered
8
Simultaneously connected
5
telnet/ssh/WWW browser sessions*10
System logging
# of System log records
1024 or more
Max.# of system log servers registered
1
Automated time adjustment
Max. # of SNTP servers registered
1
# of schedules defined
20
Application filtering information
10
(per application server)
*1) Includes own entries of the switch blade, static entries, and entries registered by
authentication or IGMP snooping
*2) The number of protocol filters that can be defined by the user.
*3Explanation will be described in the future version
*4Sum of MAC filter, QoS using ACLs, IP filter, IP Precedence/DSCP value rewrite, protocol
VLAN. System maximum value may be less than 64 depending on the setting.
*5Refers to the combined number of clients throughout all the authentication algorithms. The
actual number may not reach 24 if the MAC address of a client does not fall in the allowed
range.
*6Explanation will be described in the future version
*8) Target port for Tx and Rx cannot be set to a port at the same time.
*10) Telnet, ssh and WWW browser logins are not allowed during console connection

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MIB/Trap List

6.1 Standard MIB


6.1.1 System Group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

sysDescr
sysObjectID
sysUptime
sysContact
sysName
sysLocation
sysService

system.1
system.2
system.3
system.4
system.5
system.6
system.7

RO
RO
RO
RW(*)
RW(*)
RW(*)
RO

(*)valid until next reset

6.1.2 Interface Group


No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

ifNumber
ifTable
ifEntry
ifIndex
ifDescr
ifType
ifMtu
ifSpeed
ifPhysAddress
ifAdminStatus
ifOperStatus
ifLastChange ifEntry.
ifInOctets
ifInUcastPkts
ifInNUcastPkts
ifInDiscards
ifInErrors
ifInUnknownProtos
ifOutOctets
ifOutUcastPkts
ifOutNUcastPkts
ifOutDiscards
ifOutErrors
ifOutQLen
ifSpecific

interfaces.1
interfaces.2
ifTable.1
ifEntry.1
ifEntry.2
ifEntry.3
ifEntry.4
ifEntry.5
ifEntry.6
ifEntry.7
ifEntry.8
ifEntry.9
ifEntry.10
ifEntry.11
ifEntry.12
ifEntry.13
ifEntry.14
ifEntry.15
ifEntry.16
ifEntry.17
ifEntry.18
ifEntry.19
ifEntry.20
ifEntry.21
ifEntry.22

RO

RO
RO
RO
RO
RW
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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6.1.3 Address Translation Group


No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5

atTable
atEntry
atIfIndex
atPhysAddress
atNetAddress

at.1
atTable.1
atEntry.1
atEntry.2
atEntry.3

RO
RO
RO

6.1.4 IP Group
ip group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

ipForwarding
ipDefaultTTL
ipInReceives
ipInHdrErrors
ipInAddrErrors
ipForwDatagrams
ipInUnknownProtos
ipInDiscards
ipInDelivers
ipOutRequests
ipOutDiscards
ipOutNoRoutes
ipReasmTimeout
ipReasmReqds
ipReasmOKs
ipReasmFails
ipFragOKs
ipFragFails
ipFragCreates
ipRoutingDiscards

ip.1
ip.2
ip.3
ip.4
ip.5
ip.6
ip.7
ip.8
ip.9
ip.10
ip.11
ip.12
ip.13
ip.14
ip.15
ip.16
ip.17
p.18
ip.19
p.23

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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ipAddr group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

ipAddrTable
ipAddrEntry
ipAdEntAddr
ipAdEntIfIndex
ipAdEntNetMask
ipAdEntBcastAddr
ipAdEntReasmMaxSize

ip.20
ipAddrTable.1
ipAddrEntry.1
ipAddrEntry.2
ipAddrEntry.3
ipAddrEntry.4
ipAddrEntry.5

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

ipRoute group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

ipRouteTable
ipRouteEntry
ipRouteDest
ipRouteIfIndex
ipRouteMetric1
ipRouteMetric2
ipRouteMetric3
ipRouteMetric4
ipRouteNextHop
ipRouteType
ipRouteProto
ipRouteAge
ipRouteMask
ipRouteMetric5
ipRouteInfo

ip.21
ipRouteTable.1
ipRouteEntry.1
ipRouteEntry.2
ipRouteEntry.3
ipRouteEntry.4
ipRouteEntry.5
ipRouteEntry.6
pRouteEntry.7
ipRouteEntry.8
ipRouteEntry.9
ipRouteEntry.10
ipRouteEntry.11
ipRouteEntry.12
ipRouteEntry.13

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

ipNetToMedia group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6

ipNetToMediaTable
ipNetToMediaEntry
ipNetToMediaIfIndex
ipNetToMediaPhysAddress
ipNetToMediaNetAddress
ipNetToMediaType

ip.22
ipNetToMediaTable.1
ipNetToMediaEntry.1
ipNetToMediaEntry.2
ipNetToMediaEntry.3
ipNetToMediaEntry.4

RO
RO
RO
RO

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ipCidrRoute group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

ipCidrRouteNumber
ipCidrRouteTable
ipCidrRouteEntry
ipCidrRouteDest
ipCidrRouteMask
ipCidrRouteTos
ipCidrRouteNextHop
ipCidrRouteIfIndex
ipCidrRouteType
ipCidrRouteProto
ipCidrRouteAge
ipCidrRouteInfo
ipCidrRouteNextHopAS
ipCidrRouteMetric1
ipCidrRouteMetric2
ipCidrRouteMetric3
ipCidrRouteMetric4
ipCidrRouteMetric5
ipCidrRouteStatus

ipForward.3
ipForward.4
ipCidrRouteTable.1
ipCidrRouteEntry.1
ipCidrRouteEntry.2
ipCidrRouteEntry.3
ipCidrRouteEntry.4
pCidrRouteEntry.5
ipCidrRouteEntry.6
ipCidrRouteEntry.7
ipCidrRouteEntry.8
ipCidrRouteEntry.9
ipCidrRouteEntry.10
ipCidrRouteEntry.11
ipCidrRouteEntry.12
ipCidrRouteEntry.13
ipCidrRouteEntry.14
ipCidrRouteEntry.15
ipCidrRouteEntry.16

RO

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

inetCidrRoute group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

inetCidrRouteNumber
inetCidrRouteTable
inetCidrRouteEntry
inetCidrRouteDestType
inetCidrRouteDest
inetCidrRoutePfxLen
inetCidrRoutePolicy
inetCidrRouteNextHopType
inetCidrRouteNextHop
inetCidrRouteIfIndex
inetCidrRouteType
inetCidrRouteProto
inetCidrRouteAge
inetCidrRouteNextHopAS
inetCidrRouteMetric1
inetCidrRouteMetric2
inetCidrRouteMetric3
inetCidrRouteMetric4
inetCidrRouteMetric5
inetCidrRouteStatus
inetCidrRouteDiscards

ipForward.6
ipForward.7
inetCidrRouteTable.1
inetCidrRouteEntry.1
inetCidrRouteEntry.2
inetCidrRouteEntry.3
inetCidrRouteEntry.4
inetCidrRouteEntry.5
inetCidrRouteEntry.6
inetCidrRouteEntry.7
inetCidrRouteEntry.8
inetCidrRouteEntry.9
inetCidrRouteEntry.10
inetCidrRouteEntry.11
inetCidrRouteEntry.12
inetCidrRouteEntry.13
inetCidrRouteEntry.14
inetCidrRouteEntry.15
inetCidrRouteEntry.16
inetCidrRouteEntry.17
ipForward.8

RO

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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ipv6 group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2

ipv6IpForwarding
ipv6IpDefaultHopLimit

ip.25
ip.26

RO
RO

Ipv4Interface group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

ipv4InterfaceTableLastChange
ipv4InterfaceTable
ipv4InterfaceEntry
ipv4InterfaceIfIndex
ipv4InterfaceReasmMaxSize
ipv4InterfaceEnableStatus
ipv4InterfaceRetransmitTime

ip.27
ip.28
ipv4InterfaceTable.1
ipv4InterfaceEntry.1
ipv4InterfaceEntry.2
ipv4InterfaceEntry.3
ipv4InterfaceEntry.4

RO

RO
RO
RO

Ipv6Interface group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Name

Object ID

ipv6InterfaceTableLastChange
ipv6InterfaceTable
ipv6InterfaceEntry
ipv6InterfaceIfIndex
ipv6InterfaceReasmMaxSize
ipv6InterfaceIdentifier
ipv6InterfaceEnableStatus
ipv6InterfaceReachableTime
ipv6InterfaceRetransmitTime
ipv6InterfaceForwarding

ip.29
ip.30
ipv6InterfaceTable.1
ipv6InterfaceEntry.1
ipv6InterfaceEntry.2
ipv6InterfaceEntry.3
ipv6InterfaceEntry.5
ipv6InterfaceEntry.6
ipv6InterfaceEntry.7
ipv6InterfaceEntry.8

MIB ACCESS
RO

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

ipSystemStats group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Name

Object ID

ipSystemStatsTable
ipSystemStatsEntry
ipSystemStatsIPVersion
ipSystemStatsInReceives
ipSystemStatsInHdrErrors
ipSystemStatsInUnknownProtos
ipSystemStatsInTruncatedPkts
ipSystemStatsInForwDatagrams
ipSystemStatsReasmReqds
ipSystemStatsReasmOKs
ipSystemStatsReasmFails
ipSystemStatsInDelivers
ipSystemStatsOutRequests
ipSystemStatsOutNoRoutes
ipSystemStatsOutForwDatagrams
ipSystemStatsOutDiscards
ipSystemStatsOutFragReqds
ipSystemStatsOutFragOKs

ipTrafficStats.1
ipSystemStatsTable.1
ipSystemStatsEntry.1
ipSystemStatsEntry.3
ipSystemStatsEntry.7
ipSystemStatsEntry.10
ipSystemStatsEntry.11
ipSystemStatsEntry.12
ipSystemStatsEntry.14
ipSystemStatsEntry.15
ipSystemStatsEntry.16
ipSystemStatsEntry.18
ipSystemStatsEntry.20
ipSystemStatsEntry.22
ipSystemStatsEntry.23
ipSystemStatsEntry.25
ipSystemStatsEntry.26
ipSystemStatsEntry.27

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MIB ACCESS

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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20
21
22
23

ipSystemStatsOutFragFails
ipSystemStatsOutFragCreates
ipSystemStatsOutTransmits
ipSystemStatsDiscontinuityTime
ipSystemStatsRefreshRate

ipSystemStatsEntry.28
ipSystemStatsEntry.28
ipSystemStatsEntry.30
ipSystemStatsEntry.46
ipSystemStatsEntry.47

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

ipAddressPrefix group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

ipAddressPrefixTable
ipAddressPrefixEntry
ipAddressPrefixIfIndex
ipAddressPrefixType
ipAddressPrefixPrefix
ipAddressPrefixLength
ipAddressPrefixOrigin
ipAddressPrefixOnLinkFlag
ipAddressPrefixAutonomousFlag
ipAddressPrefixAdvPreferredLifetime
ipAddressPrefixAdvValidLifetime

ip.32
ipAddressPrefixTable.1
ipAddressPrefixEntry.1
ipAddressPrefixEntry.2
ipAddressPrefixEntry.3
ipAddressPrefixEntry.4
ipAddressPrefixEntry.5
ipAddressPrefixEntry.6
ipAddressPrefixEntry.7
ipAddressPrefixEntry.8
ipAddressPrefixEntry.9

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

ipAddress group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

ipAddressTable
ipAddressEntry
ipAddressAddrType
ipAddressAddr
ipAddressIfIndex
ipAddressType
ipAddressPrefix
ipAddressOrigin
ipAddressStatus
ipAddressCreated
ipAddressLastChanged
ipAddressRowStatus
ipAddressStorageType

ip.34
ipAddressTable.1
ipAddressEntry.1
ipAddressEntry.2
ipAddressEntry.3
ipAddressEntry.4
ipAddressEntry.5
ipAddressEntry.6
ipAddressEntry.7
ipAddressEntry.8
ipAddressEntry.9
ipAddressEntry.10
ipAddressEntry.11

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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ipNetToPhysical group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

ipNetToPhysicalTable
ipNetToPhysicalEntry
ipNetToPhysicalIfIndex
ipNetToPhysicalNetAddressType
ipNetToPhysicalNetAddress
ipNetToPhysicalPhysAddress
ipNetToPhysicalLastUpdated
ipNetToPhysicalType
ipNetToPhysicalState
ipNetToPhysicalRowStatus

ip.35
ipNetToPhysicalTable.1
ipNetToPhysicalEntry.1
ipNetToPhysicalEntry.2
ipNetToPhysicalEntry.3
ipNetToPhysicalEntry.4
ipNetToPhysicalEntry.5
ipNetToPhysicalEntry.6
ipNetToPhysicalEntry.7
ipNetToPhysicalEntry.8

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

ipv6RouterAdvert group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

ipv6RouterAdvertTable
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry
ipv6RouterAdvertIfIndex
ipv6RouterAdvertSendAdverts
ipv6RouterAdvertMaxInterval
ipv6RouterAdvertMinInterval
ipv6RouterAdvertManagedFlag
ipv6RouterAdvertOtherConfigFlag
ipv6RouterAdvertLinkMTU
ipv6RouterAdvertReachableTime
ipv6RouterAdvertRetransmitTime
ipv6RouterAdvertCurHopLimit
ipv6RouterAdvertDefaultLifetime
ipv6RouterAdvertRowStatus

ip.39
ipv6RouterAdvertTable.1
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.1
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.2
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.3
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.4
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.5
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.6
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.7
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.8
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.9
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.10
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.11
ipv6RouterAdvertEntry.12

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

6.1.5 IGMP Group


Icmp group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

icmpInMsgs
icmpInErrors
icmpInDestUnreachs
icmpInTimeExcds
icmpInParmProbs
icmpInSrcQuenchs
icmpInRedirects
icmpInEchos
icmpInEchoReps
icmpInTimestamps
icmpInTimestampReps
icmpInAddrMasks
icmpInAddrMaskReps
icmpOutMsgs

icmp.1
icmp.2
icmp.3
icmp.4
icmp.5
icmp.6
icmp.7
icmp.8
icmp.9
icmp.10
icmp.11
icmp.12
icmp.13
icmp.14

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

icmpOutErrors
icmpOutDestUnreachs
icmpOutTimeExcds
icmpOutParmProbs
icmpOutSrcQuenchs
icmpOutRedirects
icmpOutEchos
icmpOutEchoReps
icmpOutTimestamps
icmpOutTimestampReps
icmpOutAddrMasks
icmpOutAddrMaskReps

icmp.15
icmp.16
icmp.17
icmp.18
icmp.19
icmp.20
icmp.21
icmp.22
icmp.23
icmp.24
icmp.25
icmp.26

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

icmpStat group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

icmpStatsTable
icmpStatsEntry
icmpStatsIPVersion
icmpStatsInMsgs
icmpStatsInErrors
icmpStatsOutMsgs
icmpStatsOutErrors

icmp.29
icmpStatsTable.1
icmpStatsEntry.1
icmpStatsEntry.2
icmpStatsEntry.3
icmpStatsEntry.4
icmpStatsEntry.5

RO
RO
RO
RO

icmpMsgStats group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6

icmpMsgStatsTable
icmpMsgStatsEntry
icmpMsgStatsIPVersion
icmpMsgStatsType
icmpMsgStatsInPkts
icmpMsgStatsOutPkts

icmp.30
icmpMsgStatsTable.1
icmpMsgStatsEntry.1
icmpMsgStatsEntry.2
icmpMsgStatsEntry.3
icmpMsgStatsEntry.4

RO
RO

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6.1.6 TCP Group


Tcp group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

tcpRtoAlgorithm
tcpRtoMin
tcpRtoMax
tcpMaxConn
tcpActiveOpens
tcpPassiveOpens
tcpAttemptFails
tcpEstabResets
tcpCurrEstab
tcpInSegs
tcpOutSegs
tcpRetransSegs
tcpInErrs
tcpOutRsts

tcp.1
tcp.2
tcp.3
tcp.4
tcp.5
tcp.6
tcp.7
tcp.8
tcp.9
tcp.10
tcp.11
tcp.12
tcp.14
tcp.15

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

TcpConn group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

tcpConnTable
tcpConnEntry
tcpConnState
tcpConnLocalAddress
tcpConnLocalAddress
tcpConnRemAddress
tcpConnRemPort

tcp.13
tcpConnTable.1
tcpConnEntry.1
tcpConnEntry.2
tcpConnEntry.3
tcpConnEntry.4
tcpConnEntry.5

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

TcpConnection group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

tcpConnectionTable
tcpConnectionEntry
tcpConnectionLocalAddressType
tcpConnectionLocalAddress
tcpConnectionLocalPort
tcpConnectionRemAddressType
tcpConnectionRemAddress
tcpConnectionRemPort
tcpConnectionState
tcpConnectionProcess

tcp.19
tcpConnectionTable.1
tcpConnectionEntry.1
tcpConnectionEntry.2
tcpConnectionEntry.3
tcpConnectionEntry.4
tcpConnectionEntry.5
tcpConnectionEntry.6
tcpConnectionEntry.7
tcpConnectionEntry.8

RO
RO

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Tcp Listener group


No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6

tcpListenerTable
tcpListenerEntry
tcpListenerLocalAddressType
tcpListenerLocalAddress
tcpListenerLocalPort
tcpListenerProcess

tcp.20
tcpListenerTable.1
tcpListenerEntry.1
tcpListenerEntry.2
tcpListenerEntry.3
tcpListenerEntry.4

RO

6.1.7 UDP Group


udp group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4

udpInDatagrams
udpNoPorts
udpInErrors
udpOutDatagrams

udp.1
udp.2
udp.3
udp.4

RO
RO
RO
RO

udpLisfener group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4

udpTable
udpEntry
udpLocalAddress
udpLocalPort

udp.5
udpTable.1
udpEntry.1
udpEntry.2

RO
RO

udpEndpoint group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

udpEndpointTable
udpEndpointEntry
udpEndpointLocalAddressType
udpEndpointLocalAddress
udpEndpointLocalPort
udpEndpointRemoteAddressType
udpEndpointRemoteAddress
udpEndpointRemotePort
udpEndpointInstance
udpEndpointProcess

udp.7
udpEndpointTable.1
udpEndpointEntry.1
udpEndpointEntry.2
udpEndpointEntry.3
udpEndpointEntry.4
udpEndpointEntry.5
udpEndpointEntry.6
udpEndpointEntry.7
udpEndpointEntry.8

RO

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6.1.8 Dot3 Group


dot3Sats group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

dot3StatsTable
dot3StatsEntry
dot3StatsIndex
dot3StatsAlignmentErrors
dot3StatsFCSErrors
dot3StatsSingleCollisionFrames
dot3StatsMultipleCollisionFrames
dot3StatsSQETestErrors
dot3StatsDeferredTransmissions
dot3StatsLateCollisions
dot3StatsExcessiveCollisions
dot3StatsInternalMacTransmitErrors
dot3StatsCarrierSenseErrors
dot3StatsFrameTooLongs
dot3StatsInternalMacReceiveErrors
dot3StatsEtherChipSet
dot3StatsSymbolErrors
dot3StatsDuplexStatus
dot3StatsRateControlAbility
dot3StatsRateControlStatus

dot3.2
dot3StatsTable.1
dot3StatsEntry.1
dot3StatsEntry.2
dot3StatsEntry.3
dot3StatsEntry.4
dot3StatsEntry.5
dot3StatsEntry.6
dot3StatsEntry.7
dot3StatsEntry.8
dot3StatsEntry.9
dot3StatsEntry.10
dot3StatsEntry.11
dot3StatsEntry.13
dot3StatsEntry.16
dot3StatsEntry.17
dot3StatsEntry.18
dot3StatsEntry.19
dot3StatsEntry.20
dot3StatsEntry.21

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

dot3Control

group

No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4

dot3ControlTable
dot3ControlEntry
dot3ControlFunctionsSupported
dot3ControlInUnknownOpcodes

dot3.9
dot3ControlTable.1
dot3ControlEntry.1
dot3ControlEntry.2

RO
RO

dot3Pause

group

No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6

dot3PauseTable
dot3PauseEntry
dot3PauseAdminMode
dot3PauseOperMode
dot3InPauseFrames
dot3OutPauseFrames

dot3.10
dot3PauseTable.1
dot3PauseEntry.1
dot3PauseEntry.2
dot3PauseEntry.3
dot3PauseEntry.4

RO
RO
RO
RO

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6.1.9 SNMP Group


No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

snmpInPkts
snmpOutPkts
snmpInBadVersions
snmpInBadCommunityNames
snmpInBadCommunityUses
snmpInASNParseErrs
snmpInTooBigs
snmpInNoSuchNames
snmpInBadValues
snmpInReadOnlys
snmpInGenErrs
snmpInTotalReqVars
snmpInTotalSetVars
snmpInGetRequests
snmpInGetNexts
snmpInSetRequests
snmpInGetResponses
snmpInTraps
snmpOutTooBigs
snmpOutNoSuchNames
snmpOutBadValues
snmpOutGenErrs
snmpOutGetRequests
snmpOutGetNexts
snmpOutSetRequests
snmpOutGetResponses
snmpOutTraps
snmpEnableAuthenTraps

snmp.1
snmp.2
snmp.3
snmp.4
snmp.5
snmp.6
snmp.8
snmp.9
snmp.10
snmp.11
snmp.12
snmp.13
snmp.14
snmp.15
snmp.16
snmp.17
snmp.18
snmp.19
snmp.20
snmp.21
snmp.22
snmp.24
snmp.25
snmp.26
snmp.27
snmp.28
snmp.29
snmp.30

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

6.1.10 rmon Group


rmonEthernetStatistics group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

etherStatsTable
etherStatsEntry
etherStatsIndex
etherStatsDataSource
etherStatsDropEvents
etherStatsOctets
etherStatsPkts
etherStatsBroadcastPkts
etherStatsMulticastPkts
etherStatsCRCAlignErrors
etherStatsUndersizePkts
etherStatsOversizePkts
etherStatsFragments
etherStatsJabbers
etherStatsCollisions
etherStatsPkts64Octets

statistics.1
etherStatsTable.1
etherStatsEntry.1
etherStatsEntry.2
etherStatsEntry.3
etherStatsEntry.4
etherStatsEntry.5
etherStatsEntry.6
etherStatsEntry.7
etherStatsEntry.8
etherStatsEntry.9
etherStatsEntry.10
etherStatsEntry.11
etherStatsEntry.12
etherStatsEntry.13
etherStatsEntry.14

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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17
18
19
20
21
22
23

etherStatsPkts65to127Octets
etherStatsPkts128to255Octets
etherStatsPkts256to511Octets
etherStatsPkts512to1023Octets
etherStatsPkts1024to1518Octets
etherStatsOwner
etherStatsStatus

etherStatsEntry.15
etherStatsEntry.16
etherStatsEntry.17
etherStatsEntry.18
etherStatsEntry.19
etherStatsEntry.20
etherStatsEntry.21

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

rmonHistoryControl group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

historyControlTable
historyControlEntry
historyControlIndex
historyControlDataSource
historyControlBucketsRequested
historyControlBucketsGranted
historyControlInterval
historyControlOwner
historyControlStatus

history.1
historyControlTable.1
historyControlEntry.1
historyControlEntry.2
historyControlEntry.3
historyControlEntry.4
historyControlEntry.5
historyControlEntry.6
historyControlEntry.7

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

rmonEthernetHistory group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

etherHistoryTable
etherHistoryEntry
etherHistoryIndex
etherHistorySampleIndex
etherHistoryIntervalStart
etherHistoryDropEvents
etherHistoryOctets
etherHistoryPkts
etherHistoryBroadcastPkts
etherHistoryMulticastPkts
etherHistoryCRCAlignErrors
etherHistoryUndersizePkts
etherHistoryOversizePkts
etherHistoryFragments
etherHistoryJabbers
etherHistoryCollisions
etherHistoryUtilization

history.2
etherHistoryTable.1
etherHistoryEntry.1
etherHistoryEntry.2
etherHistoryEntry.3
etherHistoryEntry.4
etherHistoryEntry.5
etherHistoryEntry.6
etherHistoryEntry.7
etherHistoryEntry.8
etherHistoryEntry.9
etherHistoryEntry.10
etherHistoryEntry.11
etherHistoryEntry.12
etherHistoryEntry.13
etherHistoryEntry.14
etherHistoryEntry.15

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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rmonAlarm group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Name

Object ID

alarmTable
alarmEntry
alarmIndex
alarmInterval
alarmVariable
alarmSampleType
alarmValue
alarmStartupAlarm
alarmRisingThreshold
alarmFallingThreshold
alarmRisingEventIndex
alarmFallingEventIndex
alarmOwner
alarmStatus

alarm.1
alarmTable.1
alarmEntry.1
alarmEntry.2
alarmEntry.3
alarmEntry.4
alarmEntry.5
alarmEntry.6
alarmEntry.7
alarmEntry.8
alarmEntry.9
alarmEntry.10
alarmEntry.11
alarmEntry.12

MIB ACCESS
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

rmonEvent group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

Name

Object ID

eventTable
eventEntry
eventIndex
eventDescription
eventType
eventCommunity
eventLastTimeSent
eventOwner
eventStatus
logTable
logEntry
logEventIndex
logIndex
logTime
logDescription

event.1
eventTable.1
eventEntry.1
eventEntry.2
eventEntry.3
eventEntry.4
eventEntry.5
eventEntry.6
eventEntry.7
event.2
logTable.1
logEntry.1
logEntry.2
logEntry.3
logEntry.4

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MIB ACCESS
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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6.1.11 Dot1dBridge Group


dot1dBase group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

dot1dBaseBridgeAddress
dot1dBaseNumPorts
dot1dBaseType
dot1dBasePortTable
dot1dBasePortEntry
dot1dBasePort
dot1dBasePortIfIndex
dot1dBasePortCircuit
dot1dBasePortDelayExceededDiscards
dot1dBasePortMtuExceededDiscards

dot1dBase.1
dot1dBase.2
dot1dBase.3
dot1dBase.4
dot1dBasePortTable.1
dot1dBasePortEntry.1
dot1dBasePortEntry.2
dot1dBasePortEntry.3
dot1dBasePortEntry.4
dot1dBasePortEntry.5

RO
RO
RO

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

dot1dStp group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

dot1dStpProtocolSpecification
dot1dStpPriority
dot1dStpTimeSinceTopologyChange
dot1dStpTopChanges
dot1dStpDesignatedRoot
dot1dStpRootCost
dot1dStpRootPort
dot1dStpMaxAge
dot1dStpHelloTime
dot1dStpHoldTime
dot1dStpForwardDelay
dot1dStpBridgeMaxAge
dot1dStpBridgeHelloTime
dot1dStpBridgeForwardDelay
dot1dStpPortTable
dot1dStpPortEntry
dot1dStpPort
dot1dStpPortPriority
dot1dStpPortState
dot1dStpPortEnable
dot1dStpPortPathCost
dot1dStpPortDesignatedRoot
dot1dStpPortDesignatedCost
dot1dStpPortDesignatedBridge
dot1dStpPortDesignatedPort
dot1dStpPortForwardTransitions

dot1dStp.1
dot1dStp.2
dot1dStp.3
dot1dStp.4
dot1dStp.5
dot1dStp.6
dot1dStp.7
dot1dStp.8
dot1dStp.9
dot1dStp.10
dot1dStp.11
dot1dStp.12
dot1dStp.13
dot1dStp.14
dot1dStp.15
dot1dStpPortTable.1
dot1dStpPortEntry.1
dot1dStpPortEntry.2
dot1dStpPortEntry.3
dot1dStpPortEntry.4
dot1dStpPortEntry.5
dot1dStpPortEntry.6
dot1dStpPortEntry.7
dot1dStpPortEntry.8
dot1dStpPortEntry.9
dot1dStpPortEntry.10

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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dot1dTp group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Name
dot1dTpLearnedEntryDiscards
dot1dTpAgingTime
dot1dTpFdbTable
dot1dTpFdbEntry
dot1dTpFdbAddress
dot1dTpFdbPort
dot1dTpFdbStatus
dot1dTpPortTable
dot1dTpPortEntry
dot1dTpPort
dot1dTpPortMaxInfo
dot1dTpPortInFrames
dot1dTpPortOutFrames
dot1dTpPortInDiscards

Object ID
dot1dTp.1
dot1dTp.2
dot1dTp.3
dot1dTpFdbTable.1
dot1dTpFdbEntry.1
dot1dTpFdbEntry.2
dot1dTpFdbEntry.3
dot1dTp.4
dot1dTpPortTable.1
dot1dTpPortEntry.1
dot1dTpPortEntry.2
dot1dTpPortEntry.3
dot1dTpPortEntry.4
dot1dTpPortEntry.5

MIB ACCESS
RO
RO

RO
RO
RO

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

dot1dExtBase group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6

dot1dDeviceCapabilities
dot1dTrafficClassesEnabled
dot1dGmrpStatus
dot1dPortCapabilitiesTable
dot1dPortCapabilitiesEntry
dot1dPortCapabilities

dot1dExtBase.1
dot1dExtBase.2
dot1dExtBase.3
dot1dExtBase.4
dot1dPortCapabilitiesTable.1
dot1dPortCapabilitiesEntry.1

RO
RO
RO

RO

dot1dPriority group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

dot1dPortPriorityTable
dot1dPortPriorityEntry
dot1dPortDefaultUserPriority
dot1dPortNumTrafficClasses
dot1dTrafficClassTable
dot1dTrafficClassEntry
dot1dTrafficClassPriority
dot1dTrafficClass

dot1dPriority.1
dot1dPortPriorityTable.1
dot1dPortPriorityEntry.1
dot1dPortPriorityEntry.2
dot1dPriority.3
dot1dTrafficClassTable.1
dot1dTrafficClassEntry.1
dot1dTrafficClassEntry.2

RO
RO

RO

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6.1.12 qBridgeMIB Group


dot1qBase group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5

dot1qVlanVersionNumber
dot1qMaxVlanId
dot1qMaxSupportedVlans
dot1qNumVlans
dot1qGvrpStatus

dot1qBase.1
dot1qBase.2
dot1qBase.3
dot1qBase.4
dot1qBase.5

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

dot1qVlan group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

dot1qVlanNumDeletes
dot1qVlanCurrentTable
dot1qVlanCurrentEntry
dot1qVlanTimeMark
dot1qVlanIndex
dot1qVlanCurrentEgressPorts
dot1qVlanCurrentUntaggedPorts
dot1qVlanStatus
dot1qVlanStaticTable
dot1qVlanStaticEntry
dot1qVlanStaticName
dot1qVlanStaticEgressPorts
dot1qVlanForbiddenEgressPorts
dot1qVlanStaticUntaggedPorts
dot1qVlanStaticRowStatus
dot1qNextFreeLocalVlanIndex
dot1qPortVlanTable
dot1qPortVlanEntry
dot1qPvid
dot1qPortAcceptableFrameTypes
dot1qPortIngressFiltering
dot1qPortGvrpStatus

dot1qVlan.1
dot1qVlan.2
dot1qVlanCurrentTable.1
dot1qVlanCurrentEntry.1
dot1qVlanCurrentEntry.2
dot1qVlanCurrentEntry.4
dot1qVlanCurrentEntry.5
dot1qVlanCurrentEntry.6
dot1qVlan.3
dot1qVlanStaticTable.1
dot1qVlanStaticEntry.1
dot1qVlanStaticEntry.2
dot1qVlanStaticEntry.3
dot1qVlanStaticEntry.4
dot1qVlanStaticEntry.5
dot1qVlan.4
dot1qVlan.5
dot1qPortVlanTable.1
dot1qPortVlanEntry.1
dot1qPortVlanEntry.2
dot1qPortVlanEntry.3
dot1qPortVlanEntry.4

RO

RO
RO
RO

RO
RO
RO
RO

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RO
RO
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6.1.13 ifMIB Group


ifMIB group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

ifXTable
ifXEntry
ifName
ifInMulticastPkts
ifInBroadcastPkts
ifOutMulticastPkts
ifOutBroadcastPkts
ifHCInOctets
ifHCInUcastPkts
ifHCInMulticastPkts
ifHCInBroadcastPkts
ifHCOutOctets
ifHCOutUcastPkts
ifHCOutMulticastPkts
ifHCOutBroadcastPkts
ifLinkUpDownTrapEnable
ifHighSpeed
ifPromiscuousMode
ifConnectorPresent
ifAlias
ifCounterDiscontinuityTime

ifMIBObjects.1
ifXTable.1
ifXEntry.1
ifXEntry.2
ifXEntry.3
ifXEntry.4
ifXEntry.5
ifXEntry.6
ifXEntry.7
ifXEntry.8
ifXEntry.9
ifXEntry.10
ifXEntry.11
ifXEntry.12
ifXEntry.13
ifXEntry.14
ifXEntry.15
ifXEntry.16
ifXEntry.17
ifXEntry.18
ifXEntry.19

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

ifStack group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5

ifStackTable
ifStackEntry
ifStackHigherLayer
ifStackLowerLayer
ifStackStatus

ifMIBObjects.2
ifStackTable.1
ifStackEntry.1
ifStackEntry.2
ifStackEntry.3

RO

ifMIB group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2

ifTableLastChange
ifStackLastChange

ifMIBObjects.5
ifMIBObjects.6

RO
RO

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6.1.14 radiusMIB Group


radiusAuthClient group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

radiusAuthClientInvalidServerAddresses
radiusAuthClientIdentifier
radiusAuthServerTable
radiusAuthServerEntry
radiusAuthServerIndex
radiusAuthServerAddress
radiusAuthClientServerPortNumber
radiusAuthClientRoundTripTime
radiusAuthClientAccessRequests
radiusAuthClientAccessRetransmissions
radiusAuthClientAccessAccepts
radiusAuthClientAccessRejects
radiusAuthClientAccessChallenges
radiusAuthClientMalformedAccessResponses
radiusAuthClientBadAuthenticators
radiusAuthClientPendingRequests
radiusAuthClientTimeouts
radiusAuthClientUnknownTypes
radiusAuthClientPacketsDropped

radiusAuthClient.1
radiusAuthClient.2
radiusAuthClient.3
radiusAuthServerTable.1
radiusAuthServerEntry.1
radiusAuthServerEntry.1
radiusAuthServerEntry.2
radiusAuthServerEntry.3
radiusAuthServerEntry.4
radiusAuthServerEntry.5
radiusAuthServerEntry.6
radiusAuthServerEntry.7
radiusAuthServerEntry.8
radiusAuthServerEntry.9
radiusAuthServerEntry.10
radiusAuthServerEntry.11
radiusAuthServerEntry.12
radiusAuthServerEntry.13
radiusAuthServerEntry.14

radiusAccClient

MIB
ACCESS
RO
RO

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

group

No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

radiusAccClientInvalidServerAddresse
s
radiusAccClientIdentifier
radiusAccServerTable
radiusAccServerEntry
radiusAccServerIndex
radiusAccServerAddress
radiusAccClientServerPortNumber
radiusAccClientRoundTripTime
radiusAccClientRequests
radiusAccClientRetransmissions
radiusAccClientResponses
radiusAccClientMalformedResponses
radiusAccClientBadAuthenticators
radiusAccClientPendingRequests
radiusAccClientTimeouts
radiusAccClientUnknownTypes
radiusAccClientPacketsDropped

radiusAccClient.1

RO

radiusAccClient.2
radiusAccClient.3
radiusAccServerTable.1
radiusAccServerEntry.1
radiusAccServerEntry.2
radiusAccServerEntry.3
radiusAccServerEntry.4
radiusAccServerEntry.5
radiusAccServerEntry.6
radiusAccServerEntry.7
radiusAccServerEntry.8
radiusAccServerEntry.9
radiusAccServerEntry.10
radiusAccServerEntry.11
radiusAccServerEntry.12
radiusAccServerEntry.13

RO

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

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6.1.15 entityMIB Group


entityPhysical group
No

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Name

Object ID

entityPhysical.1
entPhysicalTable.1
entPhysicalEntry.1
entPhysicalEntry.2
entPhysicalEntry.3
entPhysicalEntry.4
entPhysicalEntry.5
entPhysicalEntry.6
entPhysicalEntry.7
entPhysicalEntry.8
entPhysicalEntry.9
entPhysicalEntry.10
entPhysicalEntry.11
entPhysicalEntry.12
entPhysicalEntry.13
entPhysicalEntry.14
entPhysicalEntry.15
entPhysicalEntry.16

entPhysicalTable
entPhysicalEntry
entPhysicalIndex
entPhysicalDescr
entPhysicalVendorType
entPhysicalContainedIn
entPhysicalClass
entPhysicalParentRelPos
entPhysicalName
entPhysicalHardwareRev
entPhysicalFirmwareRev
entPhysicalSoftwareRev
entPhysicalSerialNum
entPhysicalMfgName
entPhysicalModelName
entPhysicalAlias
entPhysicalAssetID
entPhysicalIsFRU

MIB ACCESS

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

entityMapping group
No

Name

1
2

entPhysicalContainsTable
entPhysicalContainsEntry

entPhysicalChildIndex

Object ID

entityMapping.3
entPhysicalContainsTable.
1
entPhysicalContainsEntry
.1

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MIB ACCESS

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6.2 Fujitsu Private MIB


6.2.1 nonosSystemGroup
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

nosResetSystem

nonosSystem.1

RW

6.2.2 agentPortConfigEntryGroup
No
1
2

Name

Object ID

agentPortDot1dBasePort
agentPortEKeyingStatus

agentPortConfigEntry.1
agentPortConfigEntry.28

MIB ACCESS
RO
RO

6.3 IEEE802.1MIB
6.2.3 LldpMIB Group
lldpConfiguration

group

No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5

lldpMessageTxInterval
lldpMessageTxHoldMultiplier
lldpReinitDelay
lldpTxDelay
lldpNotificationInterval

lldpConfiguration.1
lldpConfiguration.2
lldpConfiguration.3
lldpConfiguration.4
lldpConfiguration.5

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

lldpPortConfig group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6

lldpPortConfigTable
lldpPortConfigEntry
lldpPortConfigPortNum
lldpPortConfigAdminStatus
lldpPortConfigNotificationEnable
lldpPortConfigTLVsTxEnable

lldpConfiguration.6
lldpPortConfigTable.1
lldpPortConfigEntry.1
lldpPortConfigEntry.2
lldpPortConfigEntry.3
lldpPortConfigEntry.4

RO
RO
RO

lldpConfigManAdd group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3

lldpConfigManAddrTable
lldpConfigManAddrEntry
lldpConfigManAddrPortsTxEnable

lldpConfiguration.7
lldpConfigManAddrTable.1
lldpConfigManAddrEntry.1

RO

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lldpStatistics group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5

lldpStatsRemTablesLastChangeTime
lldpStatsRemTablesInserts
lldpStatsRemTablesDeletes
lldpStatsRemTablesDrops
lldpStatsRemTablesAgeouts

lldpStatistics.1
lldpStatistics.2
lldpStatistics.3
lldpStatistics.4
lldpStatistics.5

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

lldpStatsTxPort group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4

lldpStatsTxPortTable
lldpStatsTxPortTable
lldpStatsTxPortNum
lldpStatsTxPortFramesTotal

lldpStatistics.6
lldpStatsTxPortTable.1
lldpStatsTxPortEntry.1
lldpStatsTxPortEntry.2

RO

lldpStatsRxPort group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

lldpStatsRxPortTable
lldpStatsRxPortEntry
lldpStatsRxPortNum
lldpStatsRxPortFramesDiscardedTotal
lldpStatsRxPortFramesErrors
lldpStatsRxPortFramesTotal
lldpStatsRxPortTLVsDiscardedTotal
lldpStatsRxPortTLVsUnrecognizedTotal
lldpStatsRxPortAgeoutsTotal

lldpStatistics.7
lldpStatsRxPortTable.1
lldpStatsRxPortEntry.1
lldpStatsRxPortEntry.2
lldpStatsRxPortEntry.3
lldpStatsRxPortEntry.4
lldpStatsRxPortEntry.5
lldpStatsRxPortEntry.6
lldpStatsRxPortEntry.7

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

lldpLocalSystemData group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6

lldpLocChassisIdSubtype
lldpLocChassisId
lldpLocSysName
lldpLocSysDesc
lldpLocSysCapSupported
lldpLocSysCapEnabled

lldpLocalSystemData.1
lldpLocalSystemData.2
lldpLocalSystemData.3
lldpLocalSystemData.4
lldpLocalSystemData.5
lldpLocalSystemData.6

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

lldpLocManAddr group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

lldpLocManAddrTable
lldpLocManAddrEntry
lldpLocManAddrSubtype
lldpLocManAddr
lldpLocManAddrLen
lldpLocManAddrIfSubtype
lldpLocManAddrIfId
lldpLocManAddrOID

lldpLocalSystemData.8
lldpLocManAddrTable.1
lldpLocManAddrEntry.1
lldpLocManAddrEntry.2
lldpLocManAddrEntry.3
lldpLocManAddrEntry.4
lldpLocManAddrEntry.4
lldpLocManAddrEntry.6

RO
RO
RO
RO

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lldpRem group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

lldpRemTable
lldpRemEntry
lldpRemTimeMark
lldpRemLocalPortNum
lldpRemIndex
lldpRemChassisIdSubtype
lldpRemChassisId
lldpRemPortIdSubtype
lldpRemPortId
lldpRemPortDesc
lldpRemSysName
lldpRemSysDesc
lldpRemSysCapSupported
lldpRemSysCapEnabled

lldpRemoteSystemsData.1
lldpRemTable.1
lldpRemEntry.1
lldpRemEntry.2
lldpRemEntry.3
lldpRemEntry.4
lldpRemEntry.4
lldpRemEntry.6
lldpRemEntry.7
lldpRemEntry.8
lldpRemEntry.9
lldpRemEntry.10
lldpRemEntry.11
lldpRemEntry.12

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

lldpRemManAdd group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

lldpRemManAddrTable
lldpRemManAddrEntry
lldpRemManAddrSubtype
lldpRemManAddr
lldpRemManAddrIfSubtype
lldpRemManAddrIfId
lldpRemManAddrOID

lldpRemoteSystemsData.2
lldpRemManAddrTable.1
lldpRemManAddrEntry.1
lldpRemManAddrEntry.2
lldpRemManAddrEntry.3
lldpRemManAddrEntry.4
lldpRemManAddrEntry.5

RO
RO
RO

lldpRemUnknownTLV group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4

lldpRemUnknownTLVTable
lldpRemUnknownTLVEntry
lldpRemUnknownTLVType
lldpRemUnknownTLVInfo

lldpRemoteSystemsData.3
lldpRemUnknownTLVTable.1
lldpRemUnknownTLVEntry.1
lldpRemUnknownTLVEntry.2

RO

lldpRemOrgDefInfo group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4
5
6

lldpRemOrgDefInfoTable
lldpRemOrgDefInfoEntry
lldpRemOrgDefInfoOUI
lldpRemOrgDefInfoSubtype
lldpRemOrgDefInfoIndex
lldpRemOrgDefInfo

lldpRemoteSystemsData.4
lldpRemOrgDefInfoTable.1
lldpRemOrgDefInfoEntry.1
lldpRemOrgDefInfoEntry.2
lldpRemOrgDefInfoEntry.3
lldpRemOrgDefInfoEntry.4

RO

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lldpXdot3PortConfig group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3

lldpXdot3PortConfigTable
lldpXdot3PortConfigEntry
lldpXdot3PortConfigTLVsTxEnable

lldpXdot3Config.1
lldpXdot3PortConfigTable.1
lldpXdot3PortConfigEntry.1

RO

lldpXdot3LocPort group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3
4
5
6

lldpXdot3LocPortTable
lldpXdot3LocPortEntry
lldpXdot3LocPortAutoNegSupported
lldpXdot3LocPortAutoNegEnabled
lldpXdot3LocPortAutoNegAdvertisedCap
lldpXdot3LocPortOperMauType

lldpXdot3LocalData.1
lldpXdot3LocPortTable.1
lldpXdot3LocPortEntry.1
lldpXdot3LocPortEntry.2
lldpXdot3LocPortEntry.3
lldpXdot3LocPortEntry.4

MIB
ACCESS

RO
RO
RO
RO

lldpXdot3LocPower group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Name

Object ID

lldpXdot3LocPowerTable
lldpXdot3LocPowerEntry
lldpXdot3LocPowerPortClass
lldpXdot3LocPowerMDISupported
lldpXdot3LocPowerMDIEnabled
lldpXdot3LocPowerPairControlable
lldpXdot3LocPowerPairs
lldpXdot3LocPowerClass

lldpXdot3LocalData.2
lldpXdot3LocPowerTable.1
lldpXdot3LocPowerEntry.1
lldpXdot3LocPowerEntry.2
lldpXdot3LocPowerEntry.3
lldpXdot3LocPowerEntry.4
lldpXdot3LocPowerEntry.5
lldpXdot3LocPowerEntry.6

MIB ACCESS

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

lldpXdot3LocLinkAgg group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4

lldpXdot3LocLinkAggTable
lldpXdot3LocLinkAggEntry
lldpXdot3LocLinkAggStatus
lldpXdot3LocLinkAggPortId

lldpXdot3LocalData.3
lldpXdot3LocLinkAggTable.1
lldpXdot3LocLinkAggEntry.1
lldpXdot3LocLinkAggEntry.2

RO
RO

lldpXdot3LocMaxFrameSize group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3

lldpXdot3LocMaxFrameSizeTable
lldpXdot3LocMaxFrameSizeEntry
lldpXdot3LocMaxFrameSize

lldpXdot3LocalData.4
lldpXdot3LocMaxFrameSizeTable.1
lldpXdot3LocMaxFrameSizeEntry.1

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ACCESS

RO

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lldpXdot3RemPort group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3
4
5
6

lldpXdot3RemPortTable
lldpXdot3RemPortEntry
lldpXdot3RemPortAutoNegSupported
lldpXdot3RemPortAutoNegEnabled
lldpXdot3RemPortAutoNegAdvertisedCap
lldpXdot3RemPortOperMauType

lldpXdot3RemoteData.1
lldpXdot3RemPortTable.1
lldpXdot3RemPortEntry.1
lldpXdot3RemPortEntry.2
lldpXdot3RemPortEntry.3
lldpXdot3RemPortEntry.4

MIB
ACCESS

RO
RO
RO
RO

lldpXdot3RemPower group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Name

MIB
ACCESS

RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

Object ID

lldpXdot3RemPowerTable
lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry
lldpXdot3RemPowerPortClass
lldpXdot3RemPowerMDISupported
lldpXdot3RemPowerMDIEnabled
lldpXdot3RemPowerPairControlable
lldpXdot3RemPowerPairs
lldpXdot3RemPowerClass

lldpXdot3RemoteData.2
lldpXdot3RemPowerTable.1
lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry.1
lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry.2
lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry.3
lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry.3
lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry.5
lldpXdot3RemPowerEntry.6

lldpXdot3RemLinkAgg group
No

Name

Object ID

MIB ACCESS

1
2
3
4

lldpXdot3RemLinkAggTable
lldpXdot3RemLinkAggEntry
lldpXdot3RemLinkAggStatus
lldpXdot3RemLinkAggPortId

lldpXdot3RemoteData.3
lldpXdot3RemLinkAggTable.1
lldpXdot3RemLinkAggEntry.1
lldpXdot3RemLinkAggEntry.2

RO
RO

lldpXdot3RemMaxFrameSize group
No
1
2
3

Name

Object ID

lldpXdot3RemMaxFrameSizeTable
lldpXdot3RemMaxFrameSizeEntry
lldpXdot3RemMaxFrameSize

lldpXdot3RemoteData.4
lldpXdot3RemMaxFrameSizeTable.1
lldpXdot3RemMaxFrameSizeEntry.1

MIB
ACCESS

RO

lldpXdot1ConfigPortVlan group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3

lldpXdot1ConfigPortVlanTable
lldpXdot1ConfigPortVlanEntry
lldpXdot1ConfigPortVlanTxEnable

lldpXdot1Config.1
lldpXdot1ConfigPortVlanTable.1
lldpXdot1ConfigPortVlanEntry.1

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MIB
ACCESS

RO

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lldpXdot1ConfigVlanName group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3

lldpXdot1ConfigVlanNameTable
lldpXdot1ConfigVlanNameEntry
lldpXdot1ConfigVlanNameTxEnable

lldpXdot1Config.2
lldpXdot1ConfigVlanNameTable.1
lldpXdot1ConfigVlanNameEntry.1

MIB
ACCESS

RO

lldpXdot1ConfigProtoVlan group
No
1
2
3

Name

MIB
ACCESS

RO

Object ID

lldpXdot1ConfigProtoVlanTable
lldpXdot1ConfigProtoVlanEntry
lldpXdot1ConfigProtoVlanTxEnable

lldpXdot1ConfigProtocol

lldpXdot1Config.3
lldpXdot1ConfigProtoVlanTable.1
lldpXdot1ConfigProtoVlanEntry.1

group

No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3

lldpXdot1ConfigProtocolTable
lldpXdot1ConfigProtocolEntry
lldpXdot1ConfigProtocolTxEnable

lldpXdot1Config.4
lldpXdot1ConfigProtocolTable.1
lldpXdot1ConfigProtocolEntry.1

MIB
ACCESS

RO

lldpXdot1Loc group
No
1
2
3

Name

Object ID

lldpXdot1LocTable
lldpXdot1LocEntry
lldpXdot1LocPortVlanId

lldpXdot1LocalData.1
lldpXdot1LocTable.1
lldpXdot1LocEntry.1

MIB
ACCESS

RO

lldpXdot1LocProtoVlan group
No
1
2
3
4
5

Name

Object ID

lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanTable
lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanEntry
lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanId
lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanSupported
lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanEnabled

lldpXdot1LocalData.2
lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanTable.1
lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanEntry.1
lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanEntry.2
lldpXdot1LocProtoVlanEntry.3

MIB
ACCESS

RO
RO

lldpXdot1LocVlanName group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3
4

lldpXdot1LocVlanNameTable
lldpXdot1LocVlanNameEntry
lldpXdot1LocVlanId
lldpXdot1LocVlanName

lldpXdot1LocalData.3
lldpXdot1LocVlanNameTable.1
lldpXdot1LocVlanNameEntry.1
lldpXdot1LocVlanNameEntry.2

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MIB
ACCESS

RO

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lldpXdot1LocProtocol group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3
4

lldpXdot1LocProtocolTable
lldpXdot1LocProtocolEntry
lldpXdot1LocProtocolIndex
lldpXdot1LocProtocolId

lldpXdot1LocalData.4
lldpXdot1LocProtocolTable.1
lldpXdot1LocProtocolEntry.1
lldpXdot1LocProtocolEntry.2

MIB
ACCESS

RO

lldpXdot1Rem group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3

lldpXdot1RemTable
lldpXdot1RemEntry
lldpXdot1RemPortVlanId

lldpXdot1RemoteData.1
lldpXdot1RemTable.1
lldpXdot1RemEntry.1

MIB
ACCESS

RO

lldpXdot1RemProtoVlan group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3
4
5

lldpXdot1RemProtoVlanTable
lldpXdot1RemProtoVlanEntry
lldpXdot1RemProtoVlanId
lldpXdot1RemProtoVlanSupported
lldpXdot1RemProtoVlanEnabled

lldpXdot1RemoteData.2
lldpXdot1RemProtoVlanTable.1
lldpXdot1RemProtoVlanEntry.1
lldpXdot1RemProtoVlanEntry.2
lldpXdot1RemProtoVlanEntry.3

MIB
ACCESS

RO
RO

lldpXdot1RemVlanName group
No

Name

Object ID

1
2
3
4

lldpXdot1RemVlanNameTable
lldpXdot1RemVlanNameEntry
lldpXdot1RemVlanId
lldpXdot1RemVlanName

lldpXdot1RemoteData.3
lldpXdot1RemVlanNameTable.1
lldpXdot1RemVlanNameEntry.1
lldpXdot1RemVlanNameEntry.2

MIB
ACCESS

RO

lldpXdot1RemProtocol group
No
1
2
3
4

Name

Object ID

lldpXdot1RemProtocolTable
lldpXdot1RemProtocolEntry
lldpXdot1RemProtocolIndex
lldpXdot1RemProtocolId

lldpXdot1RemoteData.4
lldpXdot1RemProtocolTable.1
lldpXdot1RemProtocolEntry.1
lldpXdot1RemProtocolEntry.2

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MIB
ACCESS

RO

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6.2.4 IEEE802.1X Group


dot1xPaeSystem group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Name

Object ID

dot1xPaeSystemAuthControl
dot1xPaePortTable
dot1xPaePortEntry
dot1xPaePortNumber
dot1xPaePortProtocolVersion
dot1xPaePortCapabilities
dot1xPaePortInitialize
dot1xPaePortReauthenticate

dot1xPaeSystem.1
dot1xPaeSystem.2
dot1xPaePortTable.1
dot1xPaePortEntry.1
dot1xPaePortEntry.2
dot1xPaePortEntry.3
dot1xPaePortEntry.4
dot1xPaePortEntry.5

MIB
ACCESS
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

dot1xPaeAuthConfig group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Name

Object ID

dot1xAuthConfigTable
dot1xAuthConfigEntry
dot1xAuthPaeState
dot1xAuthBackendAuthState
dot1xAuthAdminControlledDirections
dot1xAuthOperControlledDirections
dot1xAuthAuthControlledPortStatus
dot1xAuthAuthControlledPortControl
dot1xAuthQuietPeriod
dot1xAuthServerTimeout
dot1xAuthReAuthPeriod
dot1xAuthReAuthEnabled
dot1xAuthKeyTxEnabled

dot1xPaeAuthenticator.1
dot1xAuthConfigTable.1
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.1
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.2
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.3
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.4
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.5
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.6
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.7
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.10
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.12
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.13
dot1xAuthConfigEntry.14

MIB
ACCESS
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

dot1xPaeAuthStats group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Name

Object ID

dot1xAuthStatsTable
dot1xAuthStatsEntry
dot1xAuthEapolFramesRx
dot1xAuthEapolFramesTx
dot1xAuthEapolStartFramesRx
dot1xAuthEapolLogoffFramesRx
dot1xAuthEapolRespIdFramesRx
dot1xAuthEapolRespFramesRx
dot1xAuthEapolReqIdFramesTx
dot1xAuthEapolReqFramesTx
dot1xAuthInvalidEapolFramesRx
dot1xAuthEapLengthErrorFramesRx
dot1xAuthLastEapolFrameVersion
dot1xAuthLastEapolFrameSource

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dot1xPaeAuthenticator.2
dot1xAuthStatsTable.1
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.1
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.2
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.3
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.4
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.5
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.6
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.7
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.8
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.9
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.10
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.11
dot1xAuthStatsEntry.12

MIB
ACCESS
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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dot1xPaeAuthSessionStats group
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Name

Object ID

dot1xAuthSessionStatsTable
dot1xAuthSessionStatsEntry
dot1xAuthSessionOctetsRx
dot1xAuthSessionOctetsTx
dot1xAuthSessionFramesRx
dot1xAuthSessionFramesTx
dot1xAuthSessionId
dot1xAuthSessionAuthenticMethod
dot1xAuthSessionTime
dot1xAuthSessionTerminateCause
dot1xAuthSessionUserName

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dot1xPaeAuthenticator.4
dot1xAuthSessionStatsTable.1
dot1xAuthSessionStatsEntry.1
dot1xAuthSessionStatsEntry.2
dot1xAuthSessionStatsEntry.3
dot1xAuthSessionStatsEntry.4
dot1xAuthSessionStatsEntry.5
dot1xAuthSessionStatsEntry.6
dot1xAuthSessionStatsEntry.7
dot1xAuthSessionStatsEntry.8
dot1xAuthSessionStatsEntry.9

MIB
ACCESS
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO
RO

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6.4 Trap List


The PRIMERGY 10GbE Connection Blade 18/8 supports the following SNMP traps.
-

coldStart
linkDown
linkUp
authenticationFailure
newRoot
topologyChange
lldpRemTablesChange
risingAlarm
fallingAlarm

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