LCSI Industrial Managed Switch Product Guide

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LCSI Industrial Managed Switch product presentation including hardware interface, redundant power input, Din-rail, Wallmount, redundant ring, Management functions include Management(SNMP, Web, Telnet, CLI), Control( Port Based VLAN, 802.1Q Tag VLAN, GVRP, QoS, IGMP, LACP, Rate Limit), Security(IP/MAC & Port Binding, DHCP Server, IP Access List, 802.1X, SNMP V3), Diagnostics(Port Statistics, Port Mirroring, RMON, Trap, E-Mail Alert, Syslog), Redundant recovery ( X-Ring, STP, RSTP), SNTP and SMTP.

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LCSI Industrial Managed Switch Product Guide

  1. 1. Industrial Managed Switches Product Guide www.lcsi.com.tw
  2. 2. Required Features of Industrial Managed Switch • The primary requirement for Industrial Switch is that it is environmentally hardened to operate under extremely operating conditions( temperature, housing, vibration, etc.) by having – High speed redundancy recovery ( Ring ) – Higher Temperature ranges – Rugged design for housing protection – Withstand Vibration, Free fall, and Shock. – Redundant Power input and Isolation design www.lcsi.com.tw
  3. 3. LCSI Industrial Managed Switch • Enclosure protection: – IP-30 rugged design withstand Vibration, – Free fall and Shock • Higher operating temperature range: – -10~60℃ and wide-range up to -40~75℃ • Power design: 1. Input power isolation design for telecom application 2. Hi-Pot test up to 1.5KV ( IFE-802 series ) 3. Wide-range redundant power design: DC12~48V ( PoE only accept 48VDC) 4. Power polarity reverse protect. www.lcsi.com.tw
  4. 4. Industrial Mananged Switches ( 20ms Ring ) 8-Port All GigaBit Ethernet Switch( Din-Rail and Wall Mount) • IGS-M044GBE: 4* 10/100/1000BaseT + 4* Giga SFP • IGS-M062C: 6*10/100/1000BaseT + 2* Giga Copper/SFP Combo 10/18-Port Ethernet Switch ( Din-Rail and Wall Mount) • IESP-M082CE: 8* 10/100TX w/ 8* PoE+ 2* Giga copper/SFP combo • IES-M082C(E): 8* 10/100TX + 2* Giga copper/SFP combo • IES-M162CE: 16 * 10/100TX + 2* Giga copper/SFP combo 8-Port Ethernet Switch( Din-Rail and Wall Mount ) • IES-M062F(E)-MM: 6* 10/100TX + 2* 100FX-MM-2km • IES-M062F(E)-SM: 6* 10/100TX + 2* 100FX-SM-30km Industrial-grade operating at -10 to 60C ; E mean -40 to 75C model available www.lcsi.com.tw
  5. 5. Hardware Introduction example by IES-M082C ( Other models are about the same except Physical Interface )
  6. 6. IES-M082C Series as example 9 1. LED for the switch unit power status. 10 2. LED for R.M (Ring master). When the LED light on, it means that 1 2 the switch is the ring master of X-Ring. 3 4 3. LED for PWR1. When the PWR1 links, the green led will be light on. 5 4. LED for PWR2. When the PWR2 links, the green led will be light on. 6 5. LED for Fault Relay. When the fault occurs, the amber LED will be light on. 6. Console port (RJ-45). 7. 10/100Base-T(X) Ethernet ports. 7 8 8. LED for Ethernet ports status. 9. 10/100/1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet port .(Combo with SFP port) 10. 100/1000 SFP sockets (Combo with 10/100/1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet port ) www.lcsi.com.tw
  7. 7. IES-M082C Two Power Inputs PWR1, PWR2 (12-48V DC) PWR1 DIN-Rail Relay output Power Supply (1A@24VDC) PWR2 Back-up Power Supply Relay Output www.lcsi.com.tw
  8. 8. Hardware Installation Installation Switch on DIN-Rail Metal Spring Push the switch toward the Install the switch on the Slant the switch and mount Din-Rail until you heard a Din-Rail the metal spring to Din-Rail “click” sound www.lcsi.com.tw
  9. 9. Hardware Installation Wall Mounting Installation Use 6 screws to combine Mount the combined switch Remove Din-Rail kit. on the wall the wall mount panel www.lcsi.com.tw
  10. 10. IES-M082C(E) S/W features Management : * Rugged industrial enclosure IP30 SNMP, Web, Telnet and CLI * DIN Rail and Wall Mount Design Reliability : Fiber optic cable is now the * Port-based and tag VLAN to segregate preferred media in the harsh application traffic groups. industry environment, due to its * IGMP Snooping V1/V2 with query high reliability. mode, up to 256 IGMP groups. * STP and RSTP for link redundancy * X-Ring (< 20ms), couple-ring and dual- LEDs to indicate homing crucial parameters * Support 802.1ab LLDP allow switches e.g. PWR, active links, etc. to advise its identification and capability on the LAN. Determinism : * QoS : port base/tage base and type of service priority; IPv4/IPv6 DiffServ. Security : * DC power DC 12 to 48V * 802.1x port-based authentication * Alarm relay contact * Ingress/egress MAC address security and SNMP IP security www.lcsi.com.tw
  11. 11. Summary of LCSI Managed Switch www.lcsi.com.tw
  12. 12. Software Features of Industrial Managed Switch Security System Even Log/ SNMP trap – IP Management Security – System Log Server /Client – Port Security – SMTP e-mail Alert – 802.1x Radius Authentication SNMP trap Bandwidth Control/ Traffic Monitoring – Port Link up/Link down – Broadcast/Multicast Storm Filter Control – Device Cold Start – Port mirroring – Power Status IGMP – Authentication failure – X-Ring topology changed – Support IGMP Query mode for Multi Media Application Misc QoS – DHCP Client/Server IP Relay – 802.1p CoS – SNTP – Port Base, Tag Base and ToS Priority – Firmware upgrade and configuration backup/restore by VLAN TFTP Server – Port Base POE Management ( POE Model ) – 802.1Q Tag – GVRP Port Trunk – 802.3ad Link Aggregation Redundant Network Topology – 802.1d Spanning Tree – 802.1w Spanning Tree – X-Ring Proprietary Recovery Ring at 20ms www.lcsi.com.tw
  13. 13. Redundant Ring Infrastructure Industrial-grade Technology • Managed Redundant Ring Ethernet Fiber Switch • Power-over-Ethernet Option • High availability (Redundant Ring) • Robust construction Redundant Ring • Extended temperature range • Mounting on DIN-rails and Wall-Mounted • Redundant DC power supply • Industrial certifications • Long-term stability www.lcsi.com.tw
  14. 14. Coupling Redundant Ring Redundant Ring Coupling Coupling Redundant Ring Redundant Ring www.lcsi.com.tw
  15. 15. Ring Recovery Link Recovery within 20ms Active Link www.lcsi.com.tw
  16. 16. Automatic Recovery at Fault www.lcsi.com.tw
  17. 17. Normal Transfer of Video www.lcsi.com.tw
  18. 18. Automatic Fault Recovery www.lcsi.com.tw
  19. 19. Multicast with Network Flooding www.lcsi.com.tw
  20. 20. Solving Network Load by IGMP IGMP IGMP IGMP IGMP IGMP www.lcsi.com.tw
  21. 21. IES-M062F(E) 6 10/100TX+ 2 100FX Multimode or Single Mode w/X-Ring Managed Industrial Switch • Input Power Isolation design for Telcom application, Pass Hi-Pot test~1.5KV • Wide-range Redundant Power Design and power Polarity Reverse Protect • IP-30 case protection, DIN Rail & Wall Mountable • Operation temperature: -10℃ to 60℃/ Extended: -40℃ to 75℃ • SNMP v1, v2c, v3/WEB/CLI/Telnet Management • X-Ring proprietary protocol for high-speed redundancy to Ethernet Network <20ms • IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree/ IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree • IEEE802.1ab LLDP • VLAN: port based VLAN/802.1Q Tag VLAN/GVRP/ • IEEE 802.3ad Port Trunk w/LACP • Security : Port Security/ IP Security/ Login Security (IEEE 802.1x Authentication/Radius) • Bandwidth Control: Broadcast storm/ Multicast Packet Filter Control • QoS: 802.1P Class of Service/ Port Base/Tag Base/ Type of Service • IGMP v1, v2, v3 and IGMP query for Multi Media Application, • Port Mirroring: TX /RX / TX & RX Packet • Provide DHCP Client, DHCP Server, IP Relay and DNS functions. • Support SNTP to synchronize system clock in Internet • System Event Log: System Log Server/ SMTP e-mail Alert / Relay Alarm output system alarm • Firmware upgrade-able by TFTP www.lcsi.com.tw
  22. 22. IES-M082C(E) 8 10/100TX+ 2 10/100/1000T/ Mini- GBIC Combo w/X-Ring Managed Industrial Switch • Input Power Isolation design for Telcom application, Pass Hi-Pot test~1.5KV • Wide-range Redundant Power Design and power Polarity Reverse Protect • IP-30 case protection, DIN Rail & Wall Mountable • Operation temperature: -10℃ to 60℃/ Extended: -40℃ to 75℃ • SNMP v1, v2c, v3/WEB/CLI/Telnet Management • X-Ring proprietary protocol for high-speed redundancy to Ethernet Network <20 ms • IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree/ IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree • IEEE802.1ab LLDP • VLAN: port based VLAN/802.1Q Tag VLAN/GVRP/ • IEEE 802.3ad Port Trunk w/LACP • Security : Port Security/ IP Security/ Login Security (IEEE 802.1x Authentication/Radius) • Bandwidth Control: Broadcast storm/ Multicast Packet Filter Control • QoS: 802.1P Class of Service/ Port Base/Tag Base/ Type of Service • IGMP v1, v2 and IGMP query for Multi Media Application, • Port Mirroring: TX /RX / TX & RX Packet • Provide DHCP Client, DHCP Server, IP Relay and DNS functions. • Support SNTP to synchronize system clock in Internet • System Event Log: System Log Server/ SMTP e-mail Alert / Relay Alarm output system alarm • Firmware upgrade-able by TFTP www.lcsi.com.tw
  23. 23. IES-M162CE 16 10/100TX+ 2 10/100/1000T/ Mini- GBIC Combo w/X-Ring Managed Industrial Switch • Input Power Isolation design for Telcom application, Pass Hi-Pot test~1.5KV • Wide-range Redundant Power Design and power Polarity Reverse Protect • IP-30 case protection, DIN Rail & Wall Mountable • Operation temperature: -10℃ to 60℃/ Extended: -40℃ to 75℃ • SNMP v1, v2c, v3/WEB/CLI/Telnet Management • X-Ring proprietary protocol for high-speed redundancy to Ethernet Network <20 ms • IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree/ IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree • IEEE802.1ab LLDP • VLAN: port based VLAN/802.1Q Tag VLAN/GVRP/ • IEEE 802.3ad Port Trunk w/LACP • Security : Port Security/ IP Security/ Login Security (IEEE 802.1x Authentication/Radius) • Bandwidth Control: Broadcast storm/ Multicast Packet Filter Control • QoS: 802.1P Class of Service/ Port Base/Tag Base/ Type of Service • IGMP v1, v2 and IGMP query for Multi Media Application, • Port Mirroring: TX /RX / TX & RX Packet • Provide DHCP Client, DHCP Server, IP Relay and DNS functions. • Support SNTP to synchronize system clock in Internet • System Event Log: System Log Server/ SMTP e-mail Alert / Relay Alarm output system alarm • Firmware upgrade-able by TFTP www.lcsi.com.tw
  24. 24. IESP-M082C(E) 8 10/100TX+ 2 10/100/1000T/ Mini-GBIC Combo With PoE Injector /X-Ring Managed Industrial Switch •IEEE802.3af Fully Power Supported 15.4 w for each 8 PoE inject port • Redundant Power Design and power Polarity Reverse Protect • IP-30 case protection, DIN Rail & Wall Mountable • Operation temperature: -10℃ to 60℃/ Extended: -40℃ to 75℃ • SNMP v1, v2c, v3/WEB/CLI/Telnet Management • X-Ring proprietary protocol for high-speed redundancy to Ethernet Network<20ms • IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree/ IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree • IEEE802.1ab LLDP • VLAN: port based VLAN/802.1Q Tag VLAN/GVRP/ • IEEE 802.3ad Port Trunk w/LACP • Security : Port Security/ IP Security/ Login Security (IEEE 802.1x Authentication/Radius) • Bandwidth Control: Broadcast storm/ Multicast Packet Filter Control • QoS: 802.1P Class of Service/ Port Base/Tag Base/ Type of Service • IGMP v1, v2 and IGMP query for Multi Media Application, • Port Mirroring: TX /RX / TX & RX Packet • Provide DHCP Client, DHCP Server, IP Relay and DNS functions. • Support SNTP to synchronize system clock in Internet • System Event Log: System Log Server/ SMTP e-mail Alert / Relay Alarm output system alarm • Firmware upgrade-able by TFTP www.lcsi.com.tw
  25. 25. Power Over Ethernet Current ( 802.3af) • VoIP Phones • Wireless Access Points • IP Cameras • Lighting Controllers • Clocks Future (802.3at) • Access Control • Pan-Tilt-Zoom Cameras • Industrial Devices • Smoke, Heat Sensors • POS Terminals • Laptops, Printers, etc… www.lcsi.com.tw
  26. 26. IGS-M044GB/E 4 10/100/1000BASET + 4 Dual speed SFP w/X-Ring Managed Industrial Switch • Input Power Isolation design for Telcom application, Pass Hi-Pot test~1.5KV • Wide-range Redundant Power Design and power Polarity Reverse Protect • IP-30 case protection, DIN Rail & Wall Mountable • Operation temperature: -10℃ to 60℃/ Extended: -40℃ to 75℃ • SNMP v1, v2c, v3/WEB/CLI/Telnet Management • X-Ring proprietary protocol for high-speed redundancy to Ethernet Network <20 ms • IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree/ IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree • IEEE802.1ab LLDP • VLAN: port based VLAN/802.1Q Tag VLAN/GVRP • IEEE 802.3ad Port Trunk w/LACP • Security : Port Security/ IP Security/ Login Security (IEEE 802.1x Authentication/Radius) • Bandwidth Control: Broadcast storm/ Multicast Packet Filter Control • QoS: 802.1P Class of Service/ Port Base/Tag Base/ Type of Service • IGMP v1, v2 and IGMP query for Multi Media Application, • Port Mirroring: TX /RX / TX & RX Packet • Provide DHCP Client, DHCP Server, IP Relay and DNS functions. • Support SNTP to synchronize system clock in Internet • System Event Log: System Log Server/ SMTP e-mail Alert / Relay Alarm output system alarm • Firmware upgrade-able by TFTP www.lcsi.com.tw
  27. 27. IGS-M062C 6* 10/100/1000BASET + 2 * 10/100/1000T or 2* Dual speed SFP Combo w/X-Ring Managed Industrial Switch • Input Power Isolation design for Telcom application, Pass Hi-Pot test~1.5KV • Wide-range Redundant Power Design and power Polarity Reverse Protect • IP-30 case protection, DIN Rail & Wall Mountable • Operation temperature: -10℃ to 60℃ • SNMP v1, v2c, v3/WEB/CLI/Telnet Management • X-Ring proprietary protocol for high-speed redundancy to Ethernet Network <20 ms • IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree/ IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree • IEEE802.1ab LLDP • VLAN: port based VLAN/802.1Q Tag VLAN/GVRP • IEEE 802.3ad Port Trunk w/LACP • Security : Port Security/ IP Security/ Login Security (IEEE 802.1x Authentication/Radius) • Bandwidth Control: Broadcast storm/ Multicast Packet Filter Control • QoS: 802.1P Class of Service/ Port Base/Tag Base/ Type of Service • IGMP v1, v2 and IGMP query for Multi Media Application, • Port Mirroring: TX /RX / TX & RX Packet • Provide DHCP Client, DHCP Server, IP Relay and DNS functions. • Support SNTP to synchronize system clock in Internet • System Event Log: System Log Server/ SMTP e-mail Alert / Relay Alarm output system alarm • Firmware upgrade-able by TFTP www.lcsi.com.tw
  28. 28. Power supply of Industrial Switch • Input Power Isolation design for Telecom application , Pass Hi-Pot test ~1.5KV • Wide-range Redundant Power design • Power Polarity Reverse Protect www.lcsi.com.tw
  29. 29. Higher Temperature range • In addition to standard operating temperature model (-10~60℃) Industrial Switch has models for use in extended higher temperature range(- 40~75℃) www.lcsi.com.tw
  30. 30. Management Features • Management features •Security • IP Management Security • Port Security • 802.1x Radius Authentication •Bandwidth Control/ Traffic Monitoring •Broadcast/Multicast Storm Filter Control •Port mirroring •IGMP •Support IGMP Query mode for Multi Media Application www.lcsi.com.tw
  31. 31. Industrial Managed Switch • Management features •QoS •802.1p CoS •Port Base, Tag Base and ToS Priority •VLAN •Port Base •802.1Q Tag •GVRP •Port Trunk • 802.3ad Link Aggregation •Redundant Network Topology •802.1d Spanning Tree •802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree •X-Ring www.lcsi.com.tw
  32. 32. Industrial Managed Switch • Management features •System Even Log/ SNMP trap •System Log Server /Client •SMTP e-mail Alert •SNMP trap •Port Link up/Link down •Device Cold Start •Power Status •Authentication failure •X-Ring topology changed • Misc • DHCP Client/Server, IP Relay, DNS • SNTP • Firmware upgrade and configuration backup/restore by TFTP Server www.lcsi.com.tw
  33. 33. Management features VLAN VLAN 1 VLAN 2 VLAN 3 VLAN Port Base 802.1Q Tag GVRP www.lcsi.com.tw
  34. 34. Management features QoS Managed Message Low Priority Managed Message Control Message Alert Message Control Message Low Priority Mid Priority High Priority Mid Priority Alert Message High Priority QoS Support 802.1p CoS Port Base, Tag Base and ToS Priority www.lcsi.com.tw
  35. 35. Management features Trunk Trunk Port Trunk 802.3ad Link Aggregation www.lcsi.com.tw
  36. 36. Management features Traffic control Broadcast/Multicast Storm Filter Broadcast StormStorm Multicast Rate Limit www.lcsi.com.tw
  37. 37. Management features Port Security MAC Filtering MAC Address: FEFEE:0034:1189:EE24 MAC Address: FFEE:0034:1189:EF23 www.lcsi.com.tw
  38. 38. Management features 802.1x Radius User Authentication Radius Server REJECT User Name: John Password: xxxxx www.lcsi.com.tw
  39. 39. Management features IGMP IP TV Server Multi Media Stream •Support IGMP Query mode for Multi Media Application IP TV www.lcsi.com.tw
  40. 40. High speed redundancy • Industrial Switch support X-Ring protocol that helps protect critical links against failure, protects agonists network loops, and to optimize the network redundancy with a faster recovery time(< 20 ms) . • Noted: recovery time for STP IEEE 802.1D ~=30sec RSTP IEEE 802.1w ~=5sec www.lcsi.com.tw
  41. 41. X-ring Application www.lcsi.com.tw
  42. 42. Couple Ring Application Using the coupling ring function can connect each X-Ring for the redundant backup. It can ensure the transmissions between two ring groups will no failure. www.lcsi.com.tw
  43. 43. Couple Ring Application www.lcsi.com.tw
  44. 44. Dual Home Application www.lcsi.com.tw
  45. 45. Dual Ring www.lcsi.com.tw
  46. 46. Central Ring ( only IES-M162C/E) www.lcsi.com.tw
  47. 47. Software Feature  Spanning Tree  VLAN  X-Ring  Port Trunk with LACP  QoS  Bandwidth Control  Port Mirror  System Event Log  Security  SNMP  IGMP with Query mode for Multi Media Application  TFTP firmware update, system configure restore and backup www.lcsi.com.tw
  48. 48. Spanning Tree • Definition : A link management protocol that provides path redundancy while preventing undesirable loops in the network. www.lcsi.com.tw
  49. 49. Spanning Tree IEEE802.1d Protocol operation • Electing a root bridge. • Find paths to root bridge. • Determine least cost path to root bridge. • Disable all other root paths. www.lcsi.com.tw
  50. 50. Spanning Tree IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree • Definition : An evolution of the STP, and provides for faster spanning tree convergence after a topology change. www.lcsi.com.tw
  51. 51. RSTP Root switch Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  52. 52. RSTP Root switch Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  53. 53. RSTP non-root switch Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  54. 54. RSTP non-root switch Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  55. 55. VLAN Virtual Local Area Network • Definition : A network of computers that behave as if they are connected to the same wire even though they may actually be physically located on different segments of a LAN. www.lcsi.com.tw
  56. 56. VLAN Port Based VLAN • Definition : It’s VLANs where the packet forwarding decision is based on the destination MAC address and its associated port. www.lcsi.com.tw
  57. 57. Port Based VLAN Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  58. 58. VLAN IEEE 802.1q Tag VLAN • Definition : The VLAN information is written into the Ethernet packet itself. Each packet carries a VLAN ID(called Tag) as it traveled across the network. www.lcsi.com.tw
  59. 59. Tag VLAN Topology for access link and trunk link www.lcsi.com.tw
  60. 60. Tag VLAN Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  61. 61. Tag VLAN Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  62. 62. Tag VLAN Topology for hybrid link www.lcsi.com.tw
  63. 63. Tag VLAN Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  64. 64. Tag VLAN Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  65. 65. VLAN GVRP • GARP VLAN Registration Protocol • Topology: www.lcsi.com.tw
  66. 66. VLAN GVRP • Definition : It's a Layer 2 network protocol, for automatic configuration of switches in a VLAN network. • Configuration: www.lcsi.com.tw
  67. 67. X-Ring • Definition : It’s a network topology where each node is connected to two other nodes. www.lcsi.com.tw
  68. 68. X-Ring Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  69. 69. X-Ring Couple Ring www.lcsi.com.tw
  70. 70. Couple Ring Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  71. 71. X-Ring Dual Homing • It prevent the connection lose between X-Ring group and upper level/core switch. www.lcsi.com.tw
  72. 72. Dual Homing Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  73. 73. Port Trunk with LACP Link Aggregate Control Protocol • The ports can be combined together to create a multi-link load-balance trunk. • LACP that automatically negotiate with the ports at the remote end of a link to establish trunk groups. • To allow port redundancy that mean if an operational port fails, then one of the “standby ports” becomes operational without user intervention. www.lcsi.com.tw
  74. 74. Port Trunk with LACP Diagram www.lcsi.com.tw
  75. 75. Port Trunk with LACP Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  76. 76. Port Trunk with LACP Configuration II Remove the line of Port4, then Port1 become a work port. www.lcsi.com.tw
  77. 77. Port Trunk with LACP Configuration III www.lcsi.com.tw
  78. 78. QoS Quality of Service • Definition: To provide different priority to different users or data flows, or guarantee a certain level of performance to a data flow in accordance with requests from the application program. www.lcsi.com.tw
  79. 79. QoS Priority • WRR-weighted round robin • Strict priority scheme-All high before low. • Priority type Port-based, COS only, TOS only, COS first, TOS first www.lcsi.com.tw
  80. 80. QoS WRR of diagram High VOIP Middle Video High VOIP Middle Video Low E-mail 1 2 4 8 Low E-mail Lowest Data Lowest Data www.lcsi.com.tw
  81. 81. QoS Strict priority scheme of diagram VOIP VOIP VOIP High VOIP Video High Video Video Video E-mail E-mail E-mail High E-mail Data Data High Data www.lcsi.com.tw
  82. 82. QoS Priority of Service • Port-based Use in the file server • CoS( IEEE 802.1p) Class of Service Use in VLAN environment • ToS Use in IP priority www.lcsi.com.tw
  83. 83. QoS Port-based Priority Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  84. 84. QoS Port-based Priority Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  85. 85. QoS COS Priority Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  86. 86. QoS COS Priority Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  87. 87. QoS TOS Priority Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  88. 88. QoS TOS Priority Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  89. 89. Bandwidth Control • Definition: Using Rate Limiting to control the bandwidth • Ingress Packet Filter and Egress Rate Limit www.lcsi.com.tw
  90. 90. Ingress/Egress Rate Limit Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  91. 91. Broadcast/Multicast Filter Diagram Broadcast/ Multicast/ www.lcsi.com.tw
  92. 92. Broadcast/Multicast Filter Rate Limit Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  93. 93. Port Mirror • Definition: Traffic through ports can be monitored by one specific port. www.lcsi.com.tw
  94. 94. Port Mirror Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  95. 95. System Event Log • Definition: Collecting the system event in log file. • System Log Server/Client • SMTP email Alert www.lcsi.com.tw
  96. 96. System Event Log System Log Client Only Device cold start Device warm start Authentication Failure X-Ring topology change Port Link up/down Log Table www.lcsi.com.tw
  97. 97. System Event Log System Log Server Only Device cold start Device warm start Authentication Failure X-Ring topology change System Log Server Port Link up/down Log Table www.lcsi.com.tw
  98. 98. System Event Log System Log Server/Client Both Device cold start Device warm start Authentication Failure X-Ring topology change System Log Server Port Link up/down Log Table Log Table www.lcsi.com.tw
  99. 99. System Event Log Client Only Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  100. 100. System Event Log Client Only Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  101. 101. System Event Log Client Only Configuration III www.lcsi.com.tw
  102. 102. System Event Log Server/Client Both Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  103. 103. System Event Log SMTP email Alert Device cold start Device warm start Authentication Failure X-Ring topology change Port Link up/down www.lcsi.com.tw
  104. 104. System Event Log SMTP email Alert Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  105. 105. Security • Definition: To authorize users by IP , MAC Address or login username/password www.lcsi.com.tw
  106. 106. Security MAC Address Filter Port3 001122334459 Port8 000A79601686 Port2 001122334457 www.lcsi.com.tw
  107. 107. Security MAC Address Filter Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  108. 108. Security MAC Address Filter Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  109. 109. Security MAC Address Filter Configuration III www.lcsi.com.tw
  110. 110. Security IEEE 802.1x RADIUS • Definition: IEEE authentication specification that allows a client to connect to a wireless access point or wired switch but prevents the client from gaining access to the Internet until it provides authority. www.lcsi.com.tw
  111. 111. Security IEEE802.1x/RADIUS Ethernet switch or Wireless RADIUS Users EAP over Server access point. RADIUS Database EAPOL Authenticator Network www.lcsi.com.tw
  112. 112. IEEE 802.1x RADIUS Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  113. 113. IEEE 802.1x RADIUS Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  114. 114. IEEE 802.1x RADIUS Configuration III www.lcsi.com.tw
  115. 115. SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol Management entity NMS Agent Agent Agent Management Management Management database database database Management devices www.lcsi.com.tw
  116. 116. SNMP SNMP Basic Commands • Read: It's used by an NMS to monitor managed devices. • Write: It's used by an NMS to control managed devices. • Trap: It's used by managed devices to asynchronously report events to the NMS. www.lcsi.com.tw
  117. 117. SNMP Trap • Definition: A trap manager is a management station that receives traps, the system alerts generated by the switch. www.lcsi.com.tw
  118. 118. SNMP Trap Diagram Device cold start Power status Authentication Failure X-Ring topology change Port Link up/down www.lcsi.com.tw
  119. 119. SNMP Trap Configuration I www.lcsi.com.tw
  120. 120. SNMP Trap Configuration II www.lcsi.com.tw
  121. 121. IGMP Internet Group Management Protocol www.lcsi.com.tw
  122. 122. IGMP Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  123. 123. TFTP • Firmware Update • System Configuration Restore • System Configuration Backup www.lcsi.com.tw
  124. 124. TFTP Update Firmware www.lcsi.com.tw
  125. 125. TFTP Restore Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  126. 126. TFTP Backup Configuration www.lcsi.com.tw
  127. 127. MANAGED POE SWITCH
  128. 128. PoE Product Line Introduction Managed PoE Switch (PoE Software settings) 128
  129. 129. PoE Product Line Introduction Managed PoE Switch (PoE Software settings)  Maximum Power Available: Displays the maximum power supply in watts.  Actual Power Consumption: This column shows the real-time total power consumption  System Power Limit: User can modify the value to this column field to limit the total output power for the system  Main Supply Voltage: This column shows the output voltage of the system for PoE ports  Firmware Version: This column shows the PoE chip’s firmware version  Port Knockoff Disabled: Power Management state where one or more PDs have been powered down so that a higher priority PD may be powered up and yet not exceed the maximum total power available for PDs  AC Disconnect: Tick this checkbox to monitor the AC impedance on the port terminals and removes power when the impedance rises above a certain value, for a certain period  Capacitive Detection: If the port and capacitive detection are enabled, the capacitances state reads in the voltage result from the constant current. This is then subtracted from the pre-capacitance voltage to get a charge rate. If this charge rate is within the window of the PD signatures, the device is considered to be discovered.  Start: Showing with a tick symbol, the system initializes and resets successfully 129
  130. 130. PoE Product Line Introduction Managed PoE Switch (PoE Software settings)  Port: The index of PoE ports.  Enable State: Check it to enable the PoE function to the port.  Power Limit From Classification : Check it to decide the power limit method; when this check box is ticked, the system will limit the power supply to the powered device in accordance with the related class  Legacy: Check it to support the legacy power devices. (PDs may not have IEEE802.3 standard detection signature)  Priority: Pull down the selection menu item to choose the priority of power supplying.  Port Limit (<15400) mW: User can key in the power limit value which is under 15.4 Watts.  Mode: Displays the operating mode of the port.  Current (mA): Displays the operating current of the port.  Voltage (V): Displays the operating voltage of the port.  Power (mW): Displays the power consumption of the port.  Determined Class: Displays the PD’s class. 130
  131. 131. If you have any questions or comments about this topic, email us at service@lcsi.com.tw Skype us at lcsiservice www.lcsi.com.tw

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