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350 East Plumeria Drive
San Jose, CA 95134
USA
February 2013
202-11161-01
ProSafe M4100 and M7100
Managed Switches
Software Administration Manual
10.0.1
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Managed Switches

350 East Plumeria DriveSan Jose, CA 95134USAFebruary 2013202-11161-01ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed SwitchesSoftware Administration Manual10.0.1

Page 2 - Revision History

10 | Contents ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Show Logging Buffered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 343S

Page 3 - Table of Contents

(Netgear Switch) (Config)#ex(Netgear Switch) #show ip ospf neighbor interface all Router ID IP Address Neighbor Interface State----------

Page 4 - Chapter 6 RIP

Chapter 7. OSPF | 101ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the inte

Page 5 - Chapter 9 VRRP

102 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > OSPF > Basic > OSPF Configuration. A screen similar

Page 6 - Chapter 11 CoS Queuing

Chapter 7. OSPF | 103ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Interface Configuration,

Page 7 - Chapter 12 DiffServ

104 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Set the router ID to 2.2.2.2.(Netgear Switch) (Config-router)#router-id 2.2.2

Page 8 - 8

Chapter 7. OSPF | 105ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. For Routing Mode, select the Enable radio button.c. Click Apply to save t

Page 9 - Chapter 18 Syslog

106 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Interface Configuration, scr

Page 10 - Chapter 19 Switch Stacks

Chapter 7. OSPF | 107ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches nssa AreasPort 2/0/11Port 2/0/191Port 1/0/151Layer 3SwitchArea 0 Area 1Layer 3

Page 11 - Chapter 23 DHCPv6 Server

108 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 4. Enable area 0.0.0.1 on port 2/0/19.(Netgear Switch) (Config-router)#exit(Netg

Page 12 - Chapter 28 PIM

Chapter 7. OSPF | 109ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. Click Apply to save the settings.2. Assign IP address 192.168.10.1 to por

Page 13 - Chapter 33 iSCSI

Contents | 11ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Chapter 20 SNMPAdd a New Community. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Page 14 - 14

110 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the Subnet Mask field, enter 255.255.255.0.• In the Admin Mode field

Page 15 - Documentation Resources

Chapter 7. OSPF | 111ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the inter

Page 16 - Virtual LANs

112 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Set the router ID to 2.2.2.2.(Netgear Switch) (Config-router)#router-id 2.2.2

Page 17 - Create Two VLANs

Chapter 7. OSPF | 113ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure Area 1 as an nssa Area on A21. Enable IP routing on

Page 18 - 18

114 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Configuration, scroll down a

Page 19 - Assign Ports to VLAN2

Chapter 7. OSPF | 115ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Enter the following information

Page 20 - Create Three VLANs

116 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Area ID field, enter 0.0.0.

Page 21

Chapter 7. OSPF | 117ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches The M4100 and M7100 Managed Switch operating as a router and running OSPF will

Page 22 - Assign Ports to VLAN3

118 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure VLAN Routing OSPFThis example adds support for OSPF to the configu

Page 23

Chapter 7. OSPF | 119ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Enable OSPF for the VLAN and physical router ports.(Netgear Switch) (Confi

Page 24 - 24

12 | Contents ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Create a Private VLAN Group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Page 25 - Create a MAC-Based VLAN

120 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. Click Unit 1. The ports display:Click the gray box under port 2 until T displ

Page 26 - 26

Chapter 7. OSPF | 121ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > OSPF > Advanced > Interface Configuration. A scre

Page 27

122 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Under Interface Configuration, click VLANS to show all the VLAN interfaces.c.

Page 28 - Create a Protocol-Based VLAN

Chapter 7. OSPF | 123ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Enable OSPFv3, and assign 1.1.1.1 to router ID.(Netgear Switch) (Config)#i

Page 29

124 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 8. Enable OSPFv3 on interface 1/0/13, and set the OSPF network mode to broadcast

Page 30 - 30

Chapter 7. OSPF | 125ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > IPv6 > Advanced > IP Interface Configuration. A s

Page 31 - 10.100.5.1 10.100.5.30

126 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > OSPFv3 > Advanced > Interface Configuration. A scree

Page 32 - 32

Chapter 8. ARP | 12788. ARP Proxy Address Resolution ProtocolProxy ARP allows a router to answer ARP requests when the target IP address i

Page 33 - Voice VLANs

128 | Chapter 8. ARP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: ip proxy-arp(Netgear Switch) (Interface 0/24)#ip proxy-arp ?<cr>

Page 34 - Figure 3. Voice VLAN

Chapter 9. VRRP | 12999. VRRPVirtual Router Redundancy ProtocolThis chapter provides the following examples:• VRRP on a Master Router

Page 35

Contents | 13ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Chapter 29 DHCP L2 Relay and L3 RelayDHCP L2 Relay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Page 36 - 36

130 | Chapter 9. VRRP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches VRRP on a Master RouterThis example shows how to configure the M4100 and M7100 Ma

Page 37

Chapter 9. VRRP | 131ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure VRRP on a Master Router1. Enable IP routing on the s

Page 38 - 38

132 | Chapter 9. VRRP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Global Configuration, next t

Page 39

Chapter 9. VRRP | 133ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 4. Assign virtual router IDs to port that will participate in the protocol.(N

Page 40 - 40

134 | Chapter 9. VRRP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Interfa

Page 41

Chapter 9. VRRP | 135ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click Add to save the settings.

Page 42 - 42

Chapter 10. ACLs | 1361010. ACLs Access Control ListsThis chapter describes the Access Control Lists (ACLs) feature. The following example

Page 43

Chapter 10. ACLs | 137ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches MAC ACLsMAC ACLs are Layer 2 ACLs. You can configure the rules to inspect the

Page 44 - Private VLANs

138 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 4. Apply the ACL to one or more interfaces.Set Up an IP ACL with Two RulesThis

Page 45

Chapter 10. ACLs | 139ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Define the second rule for ACL 101 to set conditions for UDP traffic simi

Page 46 - Community)

14 | Contents ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Set iSCSI Target Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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140 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For ACL ID, select 101.c. Click

Page 48 - (Netgear Switch) #config

Chapter 10. ACLs | 141ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. After you click the Add button in step 3, a screen similar to the followin

Page 49 - (Promiscuous, Host)

142 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the ACL ID list, select 10.• In the Sequence Number field, enter 1.

Page 50 - 50

Chapter 10. ACLs | 143ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 1. Create VLAN 30 with port 0/35 and assign IP address 192.168.30.1/24. (Net

Page 51

144 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Create VLAN 200 with port 0/44 and assign IP address 192.168.200.1/24.(Netge

Page 52

Chapter 10. ACLs | 145ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Create VLAN 40 with port 1/0/24 and assign IP address 192.168.40.1/24.(Ne

Page 53

146 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 4. Create VLAN 200 with port 1/0/48 and assign IP address 192.168.200.1/24.(Net

Page 54 - Link Aggregation Groups

Chapter 10. ACLs | 147ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.n the VLAN Routing Wizard, b. In

Page 55 - Create Two LAGs

148 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the IP Address field, enter 192.168.100.1.• In the Network Mask fie

Page 56 - Add Ports to LAGs

Chapter 10. ACLs | 149ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under IP Configuration, make t

Page 57 - CLI: Add Ports to the LAGs

Chapter 1. Documentation Resources | 1511. Documentation ResourcesBefore installation, read the Release Notes for this switch product. The

Page 58 - 58

150 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Configure Routes, make the

Page 59 - Enable Both LAGs

Chapter 10. ACLs | 151ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the IP ACL Table, in the IP

Page 60 - Port Routing

152 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches The Extended ACL Rule Configuration screen displays.d. Under Extended ACL Rule

Page 61 - Port Routing Configuration

Chapter 10. ACLs | 153ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches The Extended ACL Rule Configuration screen displays.d. Under Extended ACL Ru

Page 62 - Enable Routing for the Switch

154 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. Click Unit 1. The ports display.d. Click the gray box under port 44. A chec

Page 63

Chapter 10. ACLs | 155ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Enter the following informatio

Page 64

156 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click the gray box under port 25 twice until U displays. The U specifies tha

Page 65 - Add a Default Route

Chapter 10. ACLs | 157ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Configure Routes, make t

Page 66 - Add a Static Route

158 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. Click Add.Use ACLs to Configure Isolated VLANs on a Layer 3 SwitchThis examp

Page 67

Chapter 10. ACLs | 159ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure One-Way Access Using a TCP Flag in ACL Commands1. Enter the f

Page 68 - VLAN Routing

Chapter 2. VLANs | 1622. VLANsVirtual LANsThis chapter provides the following examples:• Create Two VLANs on page 17• Assign Port

Page 69 - CLI: Create Two VLANs

160 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Create VLAN 38, add port 1/0/38 to it, and assign IP address 10.100.5.34 to

Page 70

Chapter 10. ACLs | 161ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 9. Deny all traffic with the destination IP address 192.168.48.0/24, and per

Page 71

162 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > VLAN > VLAN Routing Wizard. A screen similar to the fo

Page 72

Chapter 10. ACLs | 163ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the Network Mask field, enter 255.255.255.0.c. Click Unit 1. The po

Page 73

164 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the IP ACL Table, in the IP AC

Page 74

Chapter 10. ACLs | 165ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under IP Extended Rules, in th

Page 75 - Routing Information Protocol

166 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under IP Extended Rules, in the A

Page 76 - Routing for the Switch

Chapter 10. ACLs | 167ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under IP Extended Rules, in th

Page 77 - Routing for Ports

168 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Binding Configuration, make

Page 78 - RIP for the Switch

Chapter 10. ACLs | 169ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Under Binding Configuration, make the following selection and enter the f

Page 79 - RIP for Ports 1/0/2 and 1/0/3

Chapter 2. VLANs | 17ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches The Private Edge VLAN feature lets you set protection between ports located on

Page 80 - 80

170 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Set up a MAC ACL with Two Rules1. Create a new MAC ACL acl_bpdu.(Netgear S

Page 81 - Chapter 6. RIP

Chapter 10. ACLs | 171ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.a. In the ACL Name field, select a

Page 82 - VLAN Routing with RIP

172 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Enter the following information i

Page 83 - Chapter 6. RIP

Chapter 10. ACLs | 173ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches desired traffic with the option mirror to an interface. Any traffic matching

Page 84 - 84

174 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Bind the ACL with interface 1/0/1.(Netgear Switch) (Interface 1/0/1)#ip acce

Page 85 - Chapter 6. RIP

Chapter 10. ACLs | 175ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the IP ACL ID field, enter

Page 86 - Open Shortest Path First

176 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Click Add, and the Extended ACL Rule Configuration screen displays.c. In th

Page 87 - Inter-area Router

Chapter 10. ACLs | 177ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Click Add, and a screen similar to the following displays.c. In the Rule

Page 88 - 88

178 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.ACL RedirectThis feature redirects a

Page 89

Chapter 10. ACLs | 179ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 1. Create an IP access control list with the name redirectHTTP.(Netgear Swit

Page 90 - 90

18 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Create Two VLANS1. Create VLAN2. a. Select Switching > VLAN &g

Page 91

180 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the IP ACL field, enter redire

Page 92 - OSPF on a Border Router

Chapter 10. ACLs | 181ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Click Add, and the Extended ACL Rule Configuration screen displays.c. In

Page 93

182 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Click Add, and the Extended ACL Rule Configuration screen displays.c. In th

Page 94 - 94

Chapter 10. ACLs | 183ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. In the Port Selection Table, click Unit 1 to display all the ports.d. Se

Page 95

184 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Note that the order of the rules is important: When a packet matches multiple ru

Page 96 - 96

Chapter 10. ACLs | 185ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • Permit IPv6 Telnet traffic to the destination network 2001:DB8:C0AB:AC1

Page 97

Rule Number: 3Action... permitProtocol... 6(tcp)Source IP Address...

Page 98 - Stub Areas

Chapter 10. ACLs | 187ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. In the ACL Name list, select ipv6-acl.c. Click Add. d. In the Rule ID f

Page 99

188 | Chapter 10. ACLs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.i. Click Apply. 4. Add Rule 3.a. In

Page 100 - 100

Chapter 10. ACLs | 189ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. In the ACL ID list, select ipv6-acl.c. In the Sequence Number list, sele

Page 101

Chapter 2. VLANs | 19ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Assign Ports to VLAN2This sequence shows how to assign ports to VLAN2, and to

Page 102 - 102

Chapter 11. CoS Queuing | 1901111. CoS Queuing Class of Service QueuingThis chapter describes Class of Service (CoS) queue mapping, CoS Co

Page 103 - (Netgear Switch) #config

Chapter 11. CoS Queuing | 191ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CoS Queue MappingCoS queue mapping uses trusted and untrusted ports.Tr

Page 104 - 104

192 | Chapter 11. CoS Queuing ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CoS Queue ConfigurationCoS queue configuration involves port egress queue

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Chapter 11. CoS Queuing | 193ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Show classofservice Trust Select QoS > CoS > Basi

Page 106 - 106

194 | Chapter 11. CoS Queuing ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Select the Global radio button.3. In the Global Trust Mode list, sel

Page 107 - Figure 13. nssa Area

Chapter 11. CoS Queuing | 195ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches The IP precedence to queue mapping of the interface is displayed.Confi

Page 108 - 108

196 | Chapter 11. CoS Queuing ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. Under Interface Queue Configuration, scroll down and select the inter

Page 109

Chapter 11. CoS Queuing | 197ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Set CoS Trust Mode for an Interface(Netgear Switch) (Interface 1/

Page 110 - 110

198 | Chapter 11. CoS Queuing ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches command to enable traffic shaping by specifying the maximum transmission

Page 111

Chapter 11. CoS Queuing | 199ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click Apply to save the settings.

Page 112 - 112

2 | ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches SupportThank you for selecting NETGEAR products. After installing your device, locate the serial

Page 113

20 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under PVID Configuration, scroll d

Page 114 - 114

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 2001212. DiffServDifferentiated ServicesThis chapter provides the following examples:• DiffServ on page 201•

Page 115

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 201ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • Class. A class consists of a set of rules that identify which packe

Page 116 - VLAN Routing OSPF

202 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure DiffServ1. Ensure that the DiffServ operation is enabled for

Page 117

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 203ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches This policy uses the assign-queue attribute to put each department’s traf

Page 118 - 118

204 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches assign-queue attribute. It is presumed that the switch will forward this tra

Page 119

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 205ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click the finance_dept to configure this class.e. Under Diffserv Cla

Page 120 - 120

206 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click marketing_dept to configure this class.e. Under Diffserv Class Co

Page 121

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 207ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click test_dept to configure this class.e. Under Diffserv Class Conf

Page 122 - CLI: Configure OSPFv3

208 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click development_dept to configure this class.e. Under Diffserv Class

Page 123

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 209ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Policy Configuration

Page 124 - 124

Chapter 2. VLANs | 21ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Enter the following information

Page 125

210 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Policy Configuration, s

Page 126 - 126

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 211ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.c. In the Assign Queue list,

Page 127 - Proxy ARP Examples

212 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.c. In the Assign Queue list, sel

Page 128 - CLI: ip proxy-arp

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 213ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.c. In the Assign Queue list,

Page 129 - Figure 15. VRRP

214 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.c. In the Assign Queue list, sel

Page 130 - VRRP on a Master Router

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 215ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the

Page 131

216 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select QoS > CoS > Advanced > Interface Queue Configuration. A s

Page 132 - VRRP on a Backup Router

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 217ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. In the Queue ID list, select 4.d. In the Minimum Bandwidth field, en

Page 133

218 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches DiffServ for VoIPOne of the most valuable uses of DiffServ is to support Voi

Page 134 - 134

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 219ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Create a DiffServ classifier named class_voip and define a single mat

Page 135

22 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Create VLAN102.a. Select Switching > VLAN > Basic > VLAN Configurati

Page 136 - Access Control Lists

220 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Diffserv for VoIP1. Set queue 5 on all interfaces to use str

Page 137 - ACL Configuration

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 221ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Class Name field, e

Page 138 - 138

222 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Class Name field, ente

Page 139

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 223ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Policy Selector fie

Page 140 - 140

224 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Policy Configuration, s

Page 141

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 225ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the

Page 142 - Step 1: Configure the Switch

226 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches installed to assign the highest priority to VOIP data packets. As soon as th

Page 143

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 227ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. View the auto VoIP information: (Netgear Switch) # show auto-voip int

Page 144 - 144

228 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure Auto-VoIP1. Enable auto VoIP for all the interface

Page 145

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 229ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.DiffServ for IPv6This feature

Page 146 - Configuring the Switch

Chapter 2. VLANs | 23ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Assign Ports to VLAN31. Assign ports to VLAN3.a. Select Switch

Page 147

230 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure DiffServ for IPv6The script in this section shows how to prio

Page 148 - 148

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 231ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure DiffServ for IPv61. Create the IPv6 class class

Page 149

232 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Click the class classicmpv6.

Page 150 - 150

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 233ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.3. Create the policy policyic

Page 151

234 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select QoS > DiffServ > Advanced > Policy Configuration. A scree

Page 152 - 152

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 235ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. In the Assign Queue list, select 6.d. Click Apply.5. Attach the pol

Page 153

236 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.d. Click Apply. A screen similar

Page 154 - 154

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 237ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Color Conform PolicyThis example shows how to create a policy to police t

Page 155

238 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches means these packets will be the last packets to be dropped in the event of c

Page 156 - 156

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 239ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the VLAN ID list, selec

Page 157

24 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Assign VLAN3 as the Default VLAN for Port 1/0/2This example shows how to assign V

Page 158 - 158

240 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. Click Add to create a new class class_vlan.d. Click class_vlan to confi

Page 159 - Commands

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 241ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Enter the following inform

Page 160 - 160

242 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click class_color to configure this class. A screen similar to the follo

Page 161

Chapter 12. DiffServ | 243ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Policy Configuration

Page 162 - 162

244 | Chapter 12. DiffServ ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches h. For Violate Action, select the Drop radio button.i. Click Apply.8. App

Page 163

Chapter 13. IGMP Snooping and Querier | 2451313. IGMP Snooping and Querier This chapter provides the following examples: • IGMP Snoopi

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246 | Chapter 13. IGMP Snooping and Querier ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches IGMP SnoopingThe following are examples of the commands use

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Chapter 13. IGMP Snooping and Querier | 247ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Show igmpsnooping(Netgear Switch) #show igmpsnoopin

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248 | Chapter 13. IGMP Snooping and Querier ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Show mac-address-table igmpsnooping(Netgear Switch) #s

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Chapter 13. IGMP Snooping and Querier | 249ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure the Switch with an External Mul

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Chapter 2. VLANs | 25ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Create a MAC-Based VLANThe MAC-based VLAN feature allows incoming untagged pac

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250 | Chapter 13. IGMP Snooping and Querier ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.2. Under Multic

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Chapter 13. IGMP Snooping and Querier | 251ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches respond. With the built-in IGMP querier feature inside t

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252 | Chapter 13. IGMP Snooping and Querier ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches address in querier packets. See the Command Line Reference

Page 172 - ACL Mirroring

Chapter 13. IGMP Snooping and Querier | 253ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the Admin Mode field, select Enable.c. Click A

Page 173 - CLI: Configure ACL Mirroring

254 | Chapter 13. IGMP Snooping and Querier ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Show IGMP Querier StatusThe example is shown as CLI command

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Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) | 2551414. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration)This chapter provides the following examples:•

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256 | Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches multicast streams for clients in different VLANs. A

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Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) | 257ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure MVR in Compatible Mode1. Create

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258 | Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Note: The receive port can participate in only one

Page 178 - ACL Redirect

Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) | 259ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 5. Show mvr status.(Netgear Switch) #show mvrMV

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26 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Map MAC 00:00:0A:00:00:02 to VLAN3.(Netgear Switch)(Config)#exit(Netgear Swit

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260 | Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays:b. In t

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Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) | 261ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. Click Add.5. Configure a receiver on interf

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262 | Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Under MVR Interface Configuration, scroll down

Page 183 - Configure IPv6 ACLs

Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) | 263ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Configure MVR in Dynamic ModeCLI: Configure MVR

Page 184 - CLI: Configure an IPv6 ACL

264 | Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 5. Configure the receive ports.Note: A receive po

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Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) | 265ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 6. Show the MVR status.(Netgear Switch) #show m

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266 | Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches f. Select Switching > VLAN > Advanced > V

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Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) | 267ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Add multicast group 224.1.2.3 to the MVR.a.

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268 | Chapter 14. MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 5. Configure a source interface.a. Select Switchin

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 2691515. Security Management In this chapter, examples are provided for the following topics:• Port

Page 190 - CoS Queuing

Chapter 2. VLANs | 27ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the VLAN ID list, select 3.c

Page 191 - CoS Queue Mapping

270 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches given in the software Release Notes. After the limit is reached,

Page 192 - Show classofservice Trust

Chapter 15. Security Management | 271ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Port Secu

Page 193 - Set classofservice Trust Mode

272 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Convert the Dynamic Address Learned from 1/0/1 to the Static

Page 194 - -precedence Mapping

Chapter 15. Security Management | 273ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Create a Static Address(Netgear Switch) (Interface 1/0/1)

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274 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches In following example, PC 1 and PC 2 can access the Internet as us

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 275ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Create one VLAN 202 connected to the Internet.(Netgear Swi

Page 197 - Configure Traffic Shaping

276 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure a Protected Port to Isolate Ports on the

Page 198 - CLI: Configure traffic-shape

Chapter 15. Security Management | 277ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the Type of Binding field, select Dynamic.• In th

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278 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Enter the followin

Page 200 - DiffServ

Chapter 15. Security Management | 279ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > Routing Table > Basic > Route Con

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28 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Enter the following information:• In the MAC Address field, enter 00:00:0

Page 202 - CLI: Configure DiffServ

280 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 802.1x Port SecurityThis section describes how to configure the 8

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 281ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Use RADIUS to authenticate the dot1x users.(Netgear Switch

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282 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Routing Mode,

Page 205 - • In the Source IP

Chapter 15. Security Management | 283ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and

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284 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and se

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 285ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. In the Server Address field, enter 10.100.5.17.c. In the

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286 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Create a Guest VLANThe guest VLAN feature allows a switch to prov

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 287ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Create a Guest VLAN1. Enter the following commands:(Netg

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288 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 4. Enable the guest VLAN on ports 1/0/1 and 1/0/24.(Netgear Swit

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 289ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. In the VLAN Type field, select Static.d. Click Add.2. Ad

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Chapter 2. VLANs | 29ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 5. Enable protocol VLAN group 1 and 2 on the interface.(Netgear Switch)(Vlan)

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290 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Make sure that 1/0/12 and 1/0/6 are configured as force authorize

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 291ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Radius S

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292 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • After a port is in an authorized state, if any client initi

Page 216

Chapter 15. Security Management | 293ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Enable dot1x authentication on the switch(Netgear Switch)

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294 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 8. Show the dot1x detail for 1/0/5. (Netgear Switch) #show dot1x

Page 218 - DiffServ for VoIP

Chapter 15. Security Management | 295ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Current Net

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296 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays. b. Under Port Authen

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 297ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Select the defa

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298 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches DAI relies on DHCP snooping. DHCP snooping listens to DHCP messag

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 299ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Configure the port through which the DHCP server is reache

Page 223

Contents | 3Table of ContentsChapter 1 Documentation ResourcesChapter 2 VLANsCreate Two VLANs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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30 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Enter the following information:• In the Group Name field, enter vlan_ip.

Page 225 - Auto VoIP

300 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For DHCP Snooping

Page 226 - CLI: Configure Auto VoIP

Chapter 15. Security Management | 301ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Select the chec

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302 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the VLAN ID fie

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 303ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Note: Make sure the administrator PC has a DHCP snooping entr

Page 229 - DiffServ for IPv6

304 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Configure ARP ACL used for VLAN 1.(Netgear Switch) (Config)#

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 305ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.3. Configure the A

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306 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches within the VLAN to be trusted or untrusted. DHCP servers must be

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 307ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 4. View the DHCP Snooping Binding table.(GSM7328S) #show ip d

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308 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the VLAN ID lis

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 309ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.4. Select Security

Page 235

Chapter 2. VLANs | 31ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Virtual VLANs: Create an IP Subnet–Based VLANIn an IP subnet–based VLAN, all t

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310 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Check to make sure the binding database has the static entry.

Page 237 - Color Conform Policy

Chapter 15. Security Management | 311ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure the Maximum Rate of DHCP Messages1. Control th

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312 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches IP Source GuardIP Source Guard uses the DHCP snooping bindings da

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 313ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Enable DHCP snooping in a VLAN.(Netgear Switch) (Config)#

Page 240 - field, enter 5

314 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. For DHCP Snooping Mode, select the Enable radio button.c. Cl

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Chapter 15. Security Management | 315ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Security > Control > DHCP Snooping Interface C

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316 | Chapter 15. Security Management ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click Apply. A screen similar to the following displays.6. S

Page 243

Chapter 16. SNTP | 3171616. SNTPSimple Network Time ProtocolThis chapter provides the following examples:• Show SNTP (CLI Only) •

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318 | Chapter 16. SNTP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches show sntp client(Netgear Switch Routing) #show sntp clientClient Supported Modes

Page 245 - IGMP Snooping and Querier

Chapter 16. SNTP | 319ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Configure SNTPThe example is shown as CLI commands and as a Web interface pro

Page 246 - Show igmpsnooping

32 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Assign all the ports to VLAN 2000.(Netgear Switch) #show mac-addr-table vlan 2000

Page 247 - CLI: Show igmpsnooping

320 | Chapter 16. SNTP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches command to confirm that the time has been received. The time will be used in all

Page 248 - External Multicast Router

Chapter 16. SNTP | 321ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • Iin the Server Type field, select IPV4 .• In the Address field, ent

Page 249 - Multicast Router Using VLAN

322 | Chapter 16. SNTP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Set the Named SNTP ServerNETGEAR provides SNTP servers accessible by NETGEA

Page 250 - IGMP Querier

Chapter 16. SNTP | 323ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select System > Management > DNS > DNS Configuration. A screen si

Page 251 - Enable IGMP Querier

Chapter 17. Tools | 3241717. ToolsThis chapter provides the following examples:• Traceroute • Configuration Scripting on page 326

Page 252

Chapter 17. Tools | 325ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Traceroute(Netgear Switch) #traceroute?<ipaddr> Enter IP ad

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326 | Chapter 17. Tools ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.Use this screen to tell the switch t

Page 254 - Show IGMP Querier Status

Chapter 17. Tools | 327ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • Application of scripts is partial if a script fails. For example, if t

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328 | Chapter 17. Tools ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches script apply running-config.scr(Netgear Switch) #script apply running-config.sc

Page 256

Chapter 17. Tools | 329ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Pre-Login BannerPre-login banner:• Allows you to create message screens

Page 257

Chapter 2. VLANs | 33ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the VLAN ID list, select 200

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330 | Chapter 17. Tools ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Port MirroringThe port ,irroring feature:• Allows you to monitor network tr

Page 259

Chapter 17. Tools | 331ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.2. Scroll down and select the So

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332 | Chapter 17. Tools ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • When any node is unable to execute the active-image successfully, it atte

Page 261

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334 | Chapter 17. Tools ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Dual Image Configuration,

Page 263 - Configure MVR in Dynamic Mode

Chapter 17. Tools | 335ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: show network(Netgear Switch Routing) >telnet 192.168.77.151Trying 19

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336 | Chapter 17. Tools ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: transport output telnet(Netgear Switch Routing) (Config)#lineconfig ?<c

Page 265

Chapter 17. Tools | 337ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.2. Under Outbound Telnet, for Ad

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338 | Chapter 17. Tools ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.2. Enter the following information:

Page 267

Chapter 18. Syslog | 3391818. SyslogThis chapter provides the following examples:• Show Logging on page 340• Show Logging Buffere

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34 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches management control and that clients attached to the network cannot initiate a dir

Page 269 - Security Management

340 | Chapter 18. Syslog ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Show LoggingThe example is shown as CLI commands and as a Web interface proced

Page 270

Chapter 18. Syslog | 341ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Monitoring > Logs > Command Log. b. Under Command Log, for

Page 271 - Static Address

342 | Chapter 18. Syslog ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Buffer Logs, for Admin St

Page 272 - Create a Static Address

Chapter 18. Syslog | 343ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Show Logging BufferedSelect Monitoring > Logs > Buffer

Page 273 - Protected Ports

344 | Chapter 18. Syslog ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Select Monitoring > Logs > Trap Logs. A screen similar to the following

Page 274 - Figure 28. Protected ports

Chapter 18. Syslog | 345ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Show Logging HostsSelect Monitoring > Logs > Sys Log C

Page 275

(Netgear Switch Routing) (Config)#logging host 192.168.21.253 4 ?<cr> Press Enter to execute the command.<severitylevel> Ent

Page 276

Chapter 18. Syslog | 347ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Email AlertingEmail Alerting is an extension of the logging system. The log

Page 277

348 | Chapter 18. Syslog ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Send Log Messages to admin@switch.com Using Account aaaa@netgear.com1. C

Page 278

Chapter 19. Switch Stacks | 3491919. Switch StacksThis chapter describes the concepts and recommended operating procedures to manage NETGE

Page 279

Chapter 2. VLANs | 35ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Include the ports 1/0/1 and 1/0/2 in VLAN 10.(Netgear Switch) (Config)#int

Page 280 - 802.1x Port Security

350 | Chapter 19. Switch Stacks ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches The Stack Master and Stack MembersA switch stack is a set of up to 8 sw

Page 281

Chapter 19. Switch Stacks | 351ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 1. The switch that is currently the stack master.2. The switch wit

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352 | Chapter 19. Switch Stacks ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches joins a switch stack, its default stack member number changes to the lo

Page 283 - dot1xList

Chapter 19. Switch Stacks | 353ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Install a Switch StackNote: Many models of switches have a Hardware

Page 284

354 | Chapter 19. Switch Stacks ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Code MismatchIf a switch is added to a stack and it does not have the s

Page 285

Chapter 19. Switch Stacks | 355ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 4. Continue with the boot of operational code.5. Once the stack is

Page 286 - Create a Guest VLAN

356 | Chapter 19. Switch Stacks ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure a Stacking Port as an Ethernet Port1. On Switch A, Conf

Page 287 - CLI: Create a Guest VLAN

Chapter 19. Switch Stacks | 357ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. On Switch B, Configure the stack port and reboot(Netgear Switch)

Page 288 - 1. Create VLAN 2000

358 | Chapter 19. Switch Stacks ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Maintenance > Reset > Device Reboot. A screen similar t

Page 289

Chapter 19. Switch Stacks | 359ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Stack Switches Using 10G FiberThis example shows how to stack two sw

Page 290

36 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure Voice VLAN and Prioritize Voice Traffic1. Create VLAN 1

Page 291 - Assign VLANs Using RADIUS

360 | Chapter 19. Switch Stacks ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Since 2/0/28 is in Ethernet mode, it must be changed to stack mode.

Page 292

Chapter 19. Switch Stacks | 361ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and selec

Page 293 - Set the radius server key

362 | Chapter 19. Switch Stacks ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 4. Install the new switches in the rack. This procedure assumes instal

Page 294

Chapter 19. Switch Stacks | 363ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 1. Power off the newly created switch stacks.2. Reconnect them to

Page 295

364 | Chapter 19. Switch Stacks ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches The following table provides switch stack configuration scenarios. Most

Page 296

Chapter 19. Switch Stacks | 365ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 1. Issue the member <unit-id> <switchindex> command. To

Page 297 - Dynamic ARP Inspection

366 | Chapter 19. Switch Stacks ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Renumber Stack MembersNote: When issuing a command (such as move

Page 298

Chapter 19. Switch Stacks | 367ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches e. Now the unit ID of the stacking member is 2.

Page 299

368 | Chapter 19. Switch Stacks ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Move the Stack Master to a Different Unit This example is provided as C

Page 300

Chapter 20. SNMP | 3692020. SNMPThis chapter provides the following examples:• Add a New Community • Enable SNMP Trap on page 370

Page 301

Chapter 2. VLANs | 37ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. In the VLAN Membership table, in the VLAN ID list, select 10.c. Select Po

Page 302

370 | Chapter 20. SNMP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Add a New Community1. Select System > SNMP > SNMP V1/V2 &g

Page 303 - Static Mapping

Chapter 20. SNMP | 371ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Enable SNMP Trap1. Enable SNMP trap for the server 10.100.5.1

Page 304

372 | Chapter 20. SNMP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure SNMP V3(Netgear Switch) #config(Netgear Switch) (Config)#users pa

Page 305 - DHCP Snooping

Chapter 20. SNMP | 373ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select System > Management > User Configuration. A screen similar to

Page 306 - CLI: Configure DHCP Snooping

374 | Chapter 20. SNMP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches The sFlow agent uses two forms of sampling: statistical packet-based sampling of

Page 307

Chapter 20. SNMP | 375ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Here the default maxiumum satagram size is 1400. It can be modified to a

Page 308

376 | Chapter 20. SNMP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches e. In the Receiver Address field, enter 192.168.10.2. A screen similar to the

Page 309

Chapter 20. SNMP | 377ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Time-Based Sampling of Counters with sFlowCLI: Configure Time-Based Sampling

Page 310

Chapter 21. DNS | 3782121. DNSDomain Name SystemThis chapter provides the following examples:• Specify Two DNS Servers • Manually

Page 311 - Messages

Chapter 21. DNS | 379ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.2. Under DNS Server Configuration,

Page 312 - IP Source Guard

38 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.4. Configure Voice VLAN mode in the i

Page 313

380 | Chapter 21. DNS ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.2. Under DNS Host Configuration, ente

Page 314

Chapter 22. DHCP Server | 3812222. DHCP ServerThis chapter provides the following examples:• Figure on page 381• Configure a DH

Page 315

382 | Chapter 22. DHCP Server ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Note: If there is no DHCP L3 relay between client PC and DHCP server, th

Page 316

Chapter 22. DHCP Server | 383ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click the gray boxes under ports 1 and 24 until U displays. The U

Page 317 - Show SNTP (CLI Only)

384 | Chapter 22. DHCP Server ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.e. Under DHCP Pool Configurat

Page 318 - 318

Chapter 22. DHCP Server | 385ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure a DHCP Reservation(Netgear Switch)#config(Netgear Switc

Page 319 - Configure SNTP

386 | Chapter 22. DHCP Server ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.5. Under DHCP Pool Configurat

Page 320 - Web Interface: Configure SNTP

Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server | 3872323. DHCPv6 ServerThis chapter provides the following examples:• CLI: Configure DHCPv6 on page 389•

Page 321 - Set the Named SNTP Server

388 | Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches In the following case, the CPE router requests prefix from the PE route

Page 322 - 322

Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server | 389ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure DHCPv61. Enable IPv6 routing.(Netgear Switch) #confi

Page 323

Chapter 2. VLANs | 39ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Class Name field, enter

Page 324 - Traceroute

390 | Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure an Inter-area Router1. Enable IP routing glob

Page 325 - Web Interface: Traceroute

Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server | 391ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and selec

Page 326 - Configuration Scripting

392 | Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays. b. For Admin Mode, Select

Page 327

Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server | 393ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. From the Pool Name drop-down list, select Pool1.c. Enter 2001:1

Page 328 - Upload a Configuration Script

394 | Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays. Configure Stateless DHCPv6

Page 329 - Pre-Login Banner

Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server | 395ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Note: In this case, you have to configure the command ipv6 nd oth

Page 330 - Port Mirroring

396 | Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. In the IPv6 Mode field, select Enable.d. In the Routing Mode field

Page 331 - Dual Image

Chapter 23. DHCPv6 Server | 397ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays:b. From the Pool Name dr

Page 332

Chapter 24. Double VLANs and Private VLAN Groups | 3982424. Double VLANs and Private VLAN GroupsThis chapter includes the following exampl

Page 333

Chapter 24. Double VLANs and Private VLAN Groups | 399ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches The following example shows how to configure

Page 334 - Outbound Telnet

4 | Contents ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Map Private-VLAN Promiscuous Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Page 335 - CLI: show telnet

40 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.c. In the DiffServ Class Configuratio

Page 336 - CLI: transport output telnet

400 | Chapter 24. Double VLANs and Private VLAN Groups ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Switching > VLAN > Basic > VL

Page 337 - 3. Click Apply

Chapter 24. Double VLANs and Private VLAN Groups | 401ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • Click the gray box under port 48 once u

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402 | Chapter 24. Double VLANs and Private VLAN Groups ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Scroll down and select the Interface 1/0/48

Page 339 - Figure 35. Log Files

Chapter 24. Double VLANs and Private VLAN Groups | 403ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Create a Private VLAN Group1. Enter the

Page 340 - Show Logging

404 | Chapter 24. Double VLANs and Private VLAN Groups ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 5. Add 1/0/16 and 1/0/7 to the private group 1.

Page 341

Chapter 24. Double VLANs and Private VLAN Groups | 405ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Under VLAN Membership, in the VLAN ID lis

Page 342 - Show Logging Buffered

406 | Chapter 24. Double VLANs and Private VLAN Groups ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches e. Click Add.5. Add port 6 and 7 to group1.a.

Page 343 - Show Logging Traplogs

Chapter 24. Double VLANs and Private VLAN Groups | 407ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Security > Traffic Control >

Page 344 - Show Logging Hosts

Chapter 25. Spanning Tree Protocol | 4082525. Spanning Tree ProtocolThis chapter provides the following examples:• Configure Classic S

Page 345 - Configure Logging for a Port

Chapter 25. Spanning Tree Protocol | 409ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure Classic STP (802.1d)1. Enable 802

Page 346

Chapter 2. VLANs | 41ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Policy Name field, enter

Page 347 - Email Alerting

410 | Chapter 25. Spanning Tree Protocol ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Configure Rapid STP (802.1w)The example is shown as CLI comman

Page 348

Chapter 25. Spanning Tree Protocol | 411ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays. b. Under CST P

Page 349 - Switch Stacks

412 | Chapter 25. Spanning Tree Protocol ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure Multiple STP (802.1s)1. Enable 802.1

Page 350 - Stack Master

Chapter 25. Spanning Tree Protocol | 413ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the Priority field, enter 4096.• In the VLAN I

Page 351 - Stack Member Numbers

Chapter 26. Tunnel | 4142626. TunnelThere are two methods for Pv6 sites to communicate with each other over the IPv4 network: 6in4 tunnel

Page 352 - Install and Power-up a Stack

Chapter 26. Tunnel | 415ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Create a TunnelConfigure(Netgear Switch) #config(Netgear Switch) (Conf

Page 353 - Switch Firmware

416 | Chapter 26. Tunnel ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Configure (Netgear Switch) #show interfacet tunnel 0Interface Link Status...

Page 354 - Upgrade the Firmware

Chapter 26. Tunnel | 417ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Create a TunnelConfigure Switch GSM7328S_11. Enable IP rout

Page 355

418 | Chapter 26. Tunnel ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > IP > Advanced > IP Interface Configuration. A scr

Page 356 - After Switch A reboots:

Chapter 26. Tunnel | 419ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > IPv6 > Advanced > Prefix Configuration. A scre

Page 357

42 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Click the Policy PolicyVoiceVLAN. A screen similar to the following displays.

Page 358

420 | Chapter 26. Tunnel ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > IPv6 > Basic > Global Configuration. A screen sim

Page 359 - Switch B

Chapter 26. Tunnel | 421ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > IPv6 > Advanced > Tunnel Configuration. A scre

Page 360

Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration | 4222727. IPv6 Interface ConfigurationThis chapter provides the following examples:• Create

Page 361

Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration | 423ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Assign an IPv6 address to interface 1/0/1.(Netgea

Page 362

424 | Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Create an IPv6 Routing Interface1. Enabl

Page 363 - Replace a Stack Member

Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration | 425ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the

Page 364 - Preconfigure a Switch

426 | Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure the IPv6 Network Interface(Netgear Switch

Page 365 - Renumber Stack Members

Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration | 427ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Add an IPv6 gateway to the network interface.a. S

Page 366 - CLI: Renumber Stack Members

428 | Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. (Netgear Switch) (Config)#interface vlan 0/4/1(Netgea

Page 367

Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration | 429ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Create an IPv6 VLAN Routing Interface1

Page 368

Chapter 2. VLANs | 43ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.d. Click Apply. A screen similar t

Page 369 - Add a New Community

430 | Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under PVI

Page 370 - Enable SNMP Trap

Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration | 431ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Click

Page 371

432 | Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Configure DHCPv6 Mode on the Routing InterfaceThe routin

Page 372 - CLI: Configure SNMP V3

Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration | 433ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Show the ipv6 address assigned from 1/0/23.(Netge

Page 373

434 | Chapter 27. IPv6 Interface Configuration ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll do

Page 374 - Flows with sFlow

Chapter 28. PIM | 4352828. PIMProtocol-Independent-MulticastThis chapter provides the following examples:• PIM-DM • PIM-SM on page

Page 375

Subnet 192.168.1.0/24SourcePortPort 1/0/9PortSubnet 192.168.3.0/24IP 192.168.1.11/0/131/0/1Subnet 192.168.6.0/24Subnet 192.168.2.0/24Subnet 192.168.5.

Page 376 - 376

Chapter 28. PIM | 437ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches received by a router on its RPF interface, the state refresh message causes an

Page 377

438 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 5. Enable PIM-DM on the interface.(Netgear Switch) (Interface 1/0/1)#ip pim dens

Page 378 - Specify Two DNS Servers

Chapter 28. PIM | 439ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches PIM-DM on Switch C(Netgear Switch) #configure(Netgear Switch) (Config)#ip rout

Page 379 - (Netgear Switch)#config

44 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Private VLANsThe Private VLANs feature separates a regular VLAN domain into two o

Page 380 - 380

440 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Enable IGMP on 1/0/24.(Netgear Switch) (Config)#interface 1/0/24(Netgear Swit

Page 381 - DHCP Server

Chapter 28. PIM | 441ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure PIM-DMPIM-DM on Switch A1. Enable IP routing on the

Page 382

442 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Port 1/

Page 383

Chapter 28. PIM | 443ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the IP Address field, enter 192.168.1.2. • In the Subnet Mask fie

Page 384 - Configure a DHCP Reservation

444 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Interface list, select 1/0/

Page 385

Chapter 28. PIM | 445ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. For PIM Protocol Type, select the PIM-DM radio button.c. For Admin Mode,

Page 386

446 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches PIM-DM on Switch B:1. Enable IP routing on the switch.a. Select Routing > IP

Page 387 - DHCPv6 Server

Chapter 28. PIM | 447ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under IP Interface Configuratio

Page 388

448 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Interface list, select 1/0/

Page 389 - CLI: Configure DHCPv6

Chapter 28. PIM | 449ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For PIM Protocol Type, select t

Page 390

Chapter 2. VLANs | 45ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Figure 2 illustrates the private VLAN traffic flow. Five ports A, B, C, D, and

Page 391

450 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Routing Mode, select the Enabl

Page 392

Chapter 28. PIM | 451ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Port

Page 393

452 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Interface list, select 1/0/

Page 394

Chapter 28. PIM | 453ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For PIM Protocol Type, select t

Page 395

454 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Routing Mode, select the Enabl

Page 396

Chapter 28. PIM | 455ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Port

Page 397

456 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > RIP > Advanced > Interface Configuration. A screen s

Page 398 - Double VLANs

Chapter 28. PIM | 457ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. In the Interface list, select 1/0/24.c. For RIP Admin Mode, select the En

Page 399 - CLI: Enable a Double VLAN

458 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Interfa

Page 400

Chapter 28. PIM | 459ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the inte

Page 401

46 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Assign Private-VLAN Types (Primary, Isolated, Community)The example is shown as C

Page 402 - Private VLAN Groups

460 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches PIM-SMProtocol-independent multicast sparse mode (PIM-SM) is used to efficiently

Page 403

Chapter 28. PIM | 461ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches between trees. PIM-SM uses a bootstrap router (BSR), which advertises informat

Page 404

(Netgear Switch) (Interface 1/0/1)#ip pim sparse(Netgear Switch) (Interface 1/0/1)#exit (Netgear Switch) (Config)#interfa

Page 405

Chapter 28. PIM | 463ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Enable the switch to announce its candidacy as a bootstrap router (BSR).(N

Page 406

464 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches PIM-SM on Switch D(Netgear Switch)#configure(Netgear Switch) (Config)#ip multicas

Page 407

Chapter 28. PIM | 465ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches PIM-SM builds the multicast route table on each switch. The following tables s

Page 408 - Spanning Tree Protocol

466 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Routing Mode, select the Enabl

Page 409

Chapter 28. PIM | 467ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the inte

Page 410 - Configure Rapid STP (802.1w)

468 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the IP Address field, enter 192.168.1.2. • In the Subnet Mask field,

Page 411

Chapter 28. PIM | 469ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Select 1/0/13 in the Interface

Page 412

Chapter 2. VLANs | 47ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Assign VLAN 101 as an isolated VLAN.a. Select Security > Traffic Contro

Page 413

470 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. For PIM Protocol Type, select the PIM-SM radio button.c. For Admin Mode, sel

Page 414 - 1/0/1 1/0/13

Chapter 28. PIM | 471ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. Click Apply.2. Configure 1/0/10 as a routing port and assign an IP addres

Page 415 - CLI: Create a Tunnel

472 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the Routing Mode field, select Enable.d. Click Apply to save the settin

Page 416 - Switch GSM7328S_2

Chapter 28. PIM | 473ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays. b. For Admin Mode, select the Ena

Page 417 - Configure Switch GSM7328S_1

474 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Interfa

Page 418

Chapter 28. PIM | 475ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > Multicast > PIM > BSR Candidate Configuration. A

Page 419 - Configure Switch GSM7328S_2

476 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Port 1/

Page 420

Chapter 28. PIM | 477ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > RIP > Advanced > Interface Configuration. A scree

Page 421

478 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Admin Mode, select the Enable

Page 422 - IPv6 Interface Configuration

Chapter 28. PIM | 479ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays. b. Scroll down and select the Int

Page 423

48 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Configure Private-VLAN AssociationThe example is shown as CLI commands and as a W

Page 424

480 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Interface list, select the

Page 425

Chapter 28. PIM | 481ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Inte

Page 426

482 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 4. Configure 1/0/24 as a routing port and assign an IP address to it.a. Select R

Page 427 - Create an IPv6 Routing VLAN

Chapter 28. PIM | 483ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Interface list, select 1

Page 428

484 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Admin Mode, select the Enable

Page 429

Chapter 28. PIM | 485ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Inte

Page 430

486 | Chapter 28. PIM ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Interface list, select 1/0/

Page 431

Chapter 28. PIM | 487ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under IGMP Routing Interface Co

Page 432

Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay | 4882929. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 RelayThis chapter includes the following sections:• DHCP L2 Rel

Page 433

Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay | 489ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches These Layer 2 devices typically operate only as bridges

Page 434

Chapter 2. VLANs | 49ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Configure Private-VLAN Port Mode (Promiscuous, Host)The example is shown as CL

Page 435

490 | Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 6. Enable DHCP L2 relay on port 1/0/5. (Netgear Switch) (

Page 436 - 436

Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay | 491ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Switching > VLAN > Advanced > VLAN M

Page 437 - CLI: Configure PIM-DM

492 | Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays. b. For Admin

Page 438 - PIM-DM on Switch B

Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay | 493ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select System > Services > DHCP L2 Relay >

Page 439 - PIM-DM on Switch D

494 | Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches DHCP L3 RelayThis case has two steps, DHCP server configur

Page 440 - 2. Enable IGMP on 1/0/24

Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay | 495ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Create a routing interface and enable RIP on it so

Page 441 - PIM-DM on Switch A

496 | Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Create a routing interface and assign 10.100.1.1/24 to

Page 442 - 442

Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay | 497ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Admi

Page 443

498 | Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under DHCP

Page 444 - 444

Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay | 499ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under DH

Page 445

Contents | 5ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Enable RIP on the Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Page 446 - PIM-DM on Switch B:

50 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click Apply to save the settings.2. Configure ports 1/0/2-1/0/5 to host port

Page 447

500 | Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Create a routing interface connecting to the client.(N

Page 448 - 448

Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay | 501ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll d

Page 449

502 | Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under IP In

Page 450 - 450

Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay | 503ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the S

Page 451

504 | Chapter 29. DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. In the UDP Port field, enter dhcp.d. Click Add to sav

Page 452 - 452

Chapter 30. MLD | 5053030. MLDMulticast Listener DiscoveryThis chapter provides the following examples:• Configure MLD on page 506•

Page 453 - PIM-DM on Switch D:

506 | Chapter 30. MLD ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Configure MLDIn this case, PIM-DM is enabled on Switch A and Switch B, and MLD is

Page 454 - 454

(Netgear Switch) (Config)#ipv6 unicast-routing(Netgear Switch) (Config)#ipv6 pim dense(Netgear Switch) (Config)#ip routing(Netgear Switch) (Config)#ip

Page 455

508 | Chapter 30. MLD ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 5. Enable IP multicast forwarding on the switch.(Netgear Switch) (Config)#ip rou

Page 456 - 456

Chapter 30. MLD | 509ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > IP > Basic > IP Configuration. A screen similar t

Page 457

Chapter 2. VLANs | 51ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Assign Private-VLAN Port Host Ports 1. Associate isolated port

Page 458 - 458

510 | Chapter 30. MLD ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Interfa

Page 459

Chapter 30. MLD | 511ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 5. Assign an IPv6 address to 1/0/13.a. Select Routing > IPv6 > Advanced

Page 460 - Figure 46. PIM-SM

512 | Chapter 30. MLD ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Interfa

Page 461 - CLI: Configure PIM-SM

Chapter 30. MLD | 513ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays. b. For Admin Mode, select the Ena

Page 462 - PIM-SM on Switch B

514 | Chapter 30. MLD ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Routing Mode, select the Enabl

Page 463 - PIM-SM on Switch C

Chapter 30. MLD | 515ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays. b. Scroll down and select the Int

Page 464 - PIM-SM on Switch D

516 | Chapter 30. MLD ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 5. Assign an IPv6 address to 1/0/24.a. Select Routing > IPv6 > Advanced &g

Page 465 - PIM-SM on Switch A

Chapter 30. MLD | 517ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under OSPFv3 Interface Configur

Page 466 - 466

518 | Chapter 30. MLD ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Admin Mode, select the Enable

Page 467

Chapter 30. MLD | 519ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Admin Mode, select the Enab

Page 468 - 468

52 | Chapter 2. VLANs ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Under Private VLAN Host Interface Configuration, select the 1/0/4 and 1/0/5 i

Page 469

520 | Chapter 30. MLD ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches that want to receive the data, instead of being flooded to all ports in a VLAN. T

Page 470 - PIM-SM on Switch B:

Chapter 30. MLD | 521ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure MLD Snooping1. Create VLAN 300.a. Select Switching &

Page 471

522 | Chapter 30. MLD ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the interfa

Page 472 - 472

Chapter 30. MLD | 523ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Enter the following information:• In the VLAN ID field, enter 300.•

Page 473

Chapter 31. DVMRP | 5243131. DVMRPDistance Vector Multicast Routing ProtocolThe DVMRP is used for multicasting over IP networks without ro

Page 474 - 474

Chapter 31. DVMRP | 525ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches multicast streams are sent from the multicast resource to the host along the

Page 475 - PIM-SM on Switch C:

526 | Chapter 31. DVMRP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Enable DVMRP protocol on the switch.(Netgear Switch) (Config)#ip dvmrp4. E

Page 476 - 476

(Netgear Switch) #show ip mcast mroute summary Multicast Route Table Summary

Page 477

(Netgear Switch) #show ip dvmrp neighbor Interface ... 1/0/13Neighbor IP Address ... 192.168

Page 478 - 478

Chapter 31. DVMRP | 529ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches DVRMP on Switch C:1. Create routing interfaceS 1/0/11, 1/0/3, and 1/0/24.(N

Page 479

Chapter 2. VLANs | 53ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches b. Under Private VLAN Promiscuous Interface Configuration, select the 1/0/1 i

Page 480

530 | Chapter 31. DVMRP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 6. Enable IGMP mode on the interface 1/0/24.(Netgear Switch) (Config)#interfac

Page 481

Chapter 31. DVMRP | 531ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure DVMRPDVMRP on Switch A1. Enable IP routing on the

Page 482 - 482

532 | Chapter 31. DVMRP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > IP > Advanced > IP Interface Configuration. A scre

Page 483

Chapter 31. DVMRP | 533ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click Apply to save the settings.5. Enable IP multicast on the switch.a

Page 484 - 484

534 | Chapter 31. DVMRP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down select the Interface

Page 485

Chapter 31. DVMRP | 535ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Po

Page 486 - 486

536 | Chapter 31. DVMRP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches a. Select Routing > Multicast > Global Configuration. A screen similar to

Page 487 - 1/0/24 check box

Chapter 31. DVMRP | 537ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the In

Page 488 - DHCP L2 Relay and L3 Relay

538 | Chapter 31. DVMRP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the Port

Page 489 - CLI: Enable DHCP L2 Relay

Chapter 31. DVMRP | 539ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click Apply to save the settings.4. Configure 1/0/24 as a routing port

Page 490

Chapter 3. LAG s | 5433. LAGsLink Aggregation GroupsThis chapter provides the following examples:• Create Two LAGs on page 55• Ad

Page 491

540 | Chapter 31. DVMRP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Admin Mode, select the Enabl

Page 492

Chapter 31. DVMRP | 541ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Admin Mode, select the En

Page 493

Chapter 32. Captive Portal | 5423232. Captive PortalThis chapter includes the following sections:• Captive Portal Configuration on pag

Page 494 - DHCP L3 Relay

Chapter 32. Captive Portal | 543ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches You can enable captive portal on all the physical ports on the swit

Page 495

544 | Chapter 32. Captive Portal ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Enable captive portal instance 1.(Netgear Switch) (Config-CP)#conf

Page 496

Chapter 32. Captive Portal | 545ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and sele

Page 497

546 | Chapter 32. Captive Portal ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches captive portal instance is a temporary command executed by the adminis

Page 498

Chapter 32. Captive Portal | 547ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Create Users and Groups1. Create a group whose group ID is 2.

Page 499 - Configure a DHCP L3 Switch

548 | Chapter 32. Captive Portal ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches c. Click Add.2. Create a user.a. Select Security > Control > C

Page 500

Chapter 32. Captive Portal | 549ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches are used to configure captive portal. VSAs are denoted in the ID co

Page 501

Chapter 3. LAG s | 55ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • Better use of physical resources. Traffic can be load-balanced across th

Page 502

550 | Chapter 32. Captive Portal ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.2. Scroll down and select

Page 503

Chapter 33. iSCSI | 5513333. iSCSIThis chapter includes the following sections:• Enable iSCSI Awareness with VLAN Priority Tag on page

Page 504

552 | Chapter 33. iSCSI ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Enable iSCSI Awareness with VLAN Priority TagThe example is shown as CLI comman

Page 505 - Multicast Listener Discovery

Chapter 33. iSCSI | 553ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Enable iSCSI Awareness with DSCPThe example is shown as CLI commands and as

Page 506 - Configure MLD

554 | Chapter 33. iSCSI ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Set the iSCSI Target Port When working with iSCSI that does not use the standar

Page 507 - MLD on Switch B

Chapter 33. iSCSI | 555ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Show iSCSI SessionsThe example is shown as CLI commands and as Web interface

Page 508 - Web Interface: Configure MLD

556 | Chapter 33. iSCSI ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Click Refresh.1. Show iSCSI session details.a. Select Switching > iSCSI

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Index | 557IndexNumerics6to4 tunnels 414802.1x port security 280AACL mirroring 172ACL redirect 178ACLs 136IP ACL configuration 137IPv6 183isolate

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558 | Index ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches IGMP querier 250, 251enable 251, 252status 254IGMP snooping 246, 251 247external multicast r

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Index | 559ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 802.1x port security 280, 281DHCP messages, maxiumum rate 310, 311DHCP snooping 306, 307I

Page 512 - 512

56 | Chapter 3. LAG s ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the Lag Name field, enter lag_1

Page 513

Chapter 3. LAG s | 57ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Add Ports to the LAGs(Netgear Switch) #config(Netgear Switch) (Config)#in

Page 514 - 514

58 | Chapter 3. LAG s ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Add Ports to LAGs1. Add ports to lag_10.a. Select Switching >

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Chapter 3. LAG s | 59ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click the gray boxes under ports 8 and 9. Two check marks display in the b

Page 516 - 516

6 | Contents ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Chapter 10 ACLsMAC ACLs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Chapter 4. Port Routing | 6044. Port RoutingThis chapter provides the following sections:• Port Routing Configuration on page 61•

Page 518 - 518

Chapter 4. Port Routing | 61ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Port Routing ConfigurationThe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switch always sup

Page 519 - MLD Snooping

62 | Chapter 4. Port Routing ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Enable Routing for the SwitchThe example is shown as CLI commands and as a

Page 520 - CLI: Configure MLD Snooping

Chapter 4. Port Routing | 63ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Enable Routing for Ports on the Switch(Netgear Switch) #config(Net

Page 521

64 | Chapter 4. Port Routing ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click Apply to save the settings.2. Assign IP address 192.150.3.1/24

Page 522 - 522

Chapter 4. Port Routing | 65ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Now 1/0/5 appears in the Interface field at the top.c. Enter the follo

Page 523 - 6. Click Add

66 | Chapter 4. Port Routing ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches The Route Configuration screen displays.2. In the Route Type list, select

Page 524

Chapter 4. Port Routing | 67ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches To delete the static route, simply add “no” keyword in the front of the

Page 525 - CLI: Configure DVMRP

Chapter 5. VLAN Routing | 6855. VLAN RoutingThis chapter provides the following examples:• Create Two VLANs on page 68• Set Up VL

Page 526

Chapter 5. VLAN Routing | 69ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches shows the commands that you would use to configure a M4100 and M7100 Ma

Page 527 - DVRMP on Switch B

Contents | 7ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Configure Traffic Shaping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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70 | Chapter 5. VLAN Routing ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Create Two VLANs1. Create VLAN 10 and VLAN20.a. Select Swi

Page 529 - DVRMP on Switch C:

Chapter 5. VLAN Routing | 71ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. In the VLAN ID field, se

Page 530

72 | Chapter 5. VLAN Routing ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select 1/0/

Page 531 - DVMRP on Switch A

Chapter 5. VLAN Routing | 73ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Set Up VLAN Routing for the VLANs and the SwitchThe example is shown as

Page 532

74 | Chapter 5. VLAN Routing ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.2. Enter the following informa

Page 533

Chapter 6. RIP | 7566. RIPRouting Information ProtocolThis chapter provides the following examples:• Routing for the Switch on page 7

Page 534 - DVMRP on Switch B

Subnet 2 Subnet 3 Subnet 5Port 1/0/3192.130.3.1Port 1/0/5192.64.4.1Port 1/0/2192.150.2.2Layer 3 sIwitchacting as a router76 | Chapter 6. RIP Pro

Page 535

Chapter 6. RIP | 77ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 3. Click Apply to save the settings.Routing for PortsThe example is shown as CL

Page 536

78 | Chapter 6. RIP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the Routing Mode field, select Enable.d. Click Apply to save the settings

Page 537 - DVMRP on Switch C

Chapter 6. RIP | 79ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Enable RIP on the SwitchThis sequence enables RIP for the switch. The route

Page 538

8 | Contents ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Configure MVR in Compatible Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .257Web I

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80 | Chapter 6. RIP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches CLI: Enable RIP for Ports 1/0/2 and 1/0/3This command sequence enables RIP for port

Page 540

Chapter 6. RIP | 81ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 4. Select Routing > RIP > Advanced > RIP Configuration. A screen simil

Page 541

82 | Chapter 6. RIP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches VLAN Routing with RIPRouting Information Protocol (RIP) is one of the protocols tha

Page 542 - Captive Portal

(Netgear Switch) (Config)#ip routing(Netgear Switch) (Config)#vlan port tagging all 10(Netgear Switch) (Config)#vlan port tagging all 20(Netgear Switc

Page 543 - Enable Captive Portal

84 | Chapter 6. RIP ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure VLAN Routing with RIP Support1. Configure a VLAN and incl

Page 544

Chapter 6. RIP | 85ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the Network Mask field, enter 255.255.255.0.c. Click Unit 1. The ports

Page 545

Chapter 7. OSPF | 8677. OSPFOpen Shortest Path FirstThis chapter provides the following examples:• Inter-area Router on page 87•

Page 546

Chapter 7. OSPF | 87ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Inter-area RouterThe examples in this section show you how to configure a M4100

Page 547 - CLI: Create Users and Groups

88 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Assign IP addresses to ports.(Netgear Switch) #config(Netgear Switch) (Config)

Page 548

Chapter 7. OSPF | 89ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure an Inter-area Router 1. Enable IP routing on the swit

Page 549

Contents | 9ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Web Interface: Configure Dynamic ARP Inspection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .313Chapter 16

Page 550 - SSL Certificates

90 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the interfac

Page 551

Chapter 7. OSPF | 91ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the RFC 1583 Compatibility field, select Disable.c. Click Apply to sa

Page 552

92 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Now 1/0/3 appears in the Interface field at the top.• In the OSPF Area ID fiel

Page 553

Chapter 7. OSPF | 93ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches Set disable 1583compatibility to prevent a routing loop.(Netgear Switch) (Confi

Page 554 - Set the iSCSI Target Port

94 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. For Routing Mode, select the Enable

Page 555 - Show iSCSI Sessions

Chapter 7. OSPF | 95ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Scroll down and select the inter

Page 556 - 2. Click Refresh

96 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches d. Click Apply to save the settings.5. Specify the router ID, and enable OSPF fo

Page 557 - Index

Chapter 7. OSPF | 97ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches • In the OSPF Area ID field, enter 0.0.0.2.• In the OSPF Admin Mode fie

Page 558 - 558

98 | Chapter 7. OSPF ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches A screen similar to the following displays.b. Under Interface Configuration, scro

Page 559 - Index

Chapter 7. OSPF | 99ProSafe M4100 and M7100 Managed Switches 2. Set the router IDd to 1.1.1.1.(Netgear Switch) (Config)#router ospf(Netgear

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