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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Switches

February 2012 202-10484-04 v1.0350 East Plumeria DriveSan Jose, CA 95134USAGS716T and GS724T Smart Switches Software Administration Manual

Page 2 - Revision History

10 | Chapter 1: Getting Started GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Getting Started with the GS716T and GS724T Gigabit Smart Sw

Page 3 - Table of Contents

100 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table describes the CST S

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 101GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Click Refresh to update the informati

Page 5 - Table of Contents

102 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Rapid STPUse the Rapid STP page to view

Page 6 - Chapter 8 Help

Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 103GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Click Refresh to update the informati

Page 7 - Table of Contents

104 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • VLAN ID. The menu contains all VLA

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 105GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual

Page 9 - Getting Started

106 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Note: If no MST instances have been con

Page 10 - Smart Switches

Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 107GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Click Refresh to update the screen wi

Page 11 - Switch Management Interface

108 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table describes the infor

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 109GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual MulticastMulticast IP traffic is traf

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Chapter 1: Getting Started | 11GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Switch Management Interface The NETGEAR GS716T and GS724

Page 14 - Interface on page 24

110 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual IGMP Snooping Internet Group Management

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 111GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure IGMP Snooping:1. Enabl

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112 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table displays information

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 113GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure IGMP Snooping interface

Page 18 - Web Access

114 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Fast Leave Admin Mode. Select the

Page 19 - Network Utilities

Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 115GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Use the buttons at the bottom of the

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116 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Click Refresh to update the information

Page 21 - Firmware Upgrade

Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 117GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table describes the in

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118 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure IGMP snooping settings for

Page 23 - Viewing and Managing Tasks

Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 119GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 3. To disable IGMP snooping on a VLA

Page 24 - Using the Web Interface

12 | Chapter 1: Getting Started GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Connecting the Switch to the NetworkTo enable remote manage

Page 25 - Figure 2. Menu Hierarchy

120 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 1. From the Querier Admin Mode field, e

Page 26 - Device View

Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 121GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Disabled. Upon seeing another q

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122 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Click Refresh to redisplay the page with

Page 28 - Using SNMP

Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 123GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To access this page, click Switching

Page 29 - Interface Naming Convention

124 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table describes the inform

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 125GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Note: IEEE 802.1D recommends a defau

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126 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual

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Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 1274. Configuring Quality of Service4 Use the features in the QoS tab to configure Quality of

Page 33 - IP Configuration

128 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Class of ServiceThe Class of Service (CoS)

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Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 129GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure global CoS settings: 1. S

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Chapter 1: Getting Started | 13GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Switch Discovery in a Network with a DHCP ServerThis sec

Page 36 - Time Configuration

130 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure CoS settings for an interface

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Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 131GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Interface Queue ConfigurationUse the Int

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132 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Queue ID. Use the menu to select the

Page 39 - SNTP Server Configuration

Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 133GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual If you map 802.1p priorities to individu

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134 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To map DSCP values to queues: 1. For each

Page 41 - Denial of Service

Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 135GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Differentiated ServicesThe QoS feature c

Page 42 - DoS Configuration

136 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Diffserv ConfigurationUse the Diffserv Conf

Page 43 - Disable

Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 137GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Class ConfigurationUse the Class Configu

Page 44 - Host Configuration

138 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure the class match criteria: 1.

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Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 139GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 2. Define the criteria to associate wit

Page 46 - Green Ethernet Configuration

14 | Chapter 1: Getting Started GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Use your Web browser to manage your switch. The default pas

Page 47 - License Key

140 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Destination IP Address. Requires a pa

Page 48 - Community Configuration

Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 141GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure a DiffServ policy: 1. To

Page 49 - Trap Configuration

142 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The policy name is a hyperlink. The follow

Page 50 - Trap Flags

Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 143GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 2. Select the queue to which packets w

Page 51 - SNMP v3 User Configuration

144 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Simple Policy. Use this attribute to

Page 52 - LLDP Configuration

Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 145GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Mark IP DSCP. These packets are ma

Page 53 - LLDP Port Settings

146 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 4. Select the check box next to the port o

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Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service | 147GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Click Refresh to update the page with th

Page 55 - LLDP-MED Network Policy

148 | Chapter 4: Configuring Quality of Service GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual

Page 56 - LLDP-MED Port Settings

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 1495. Managing Device Security5Use the features available from the Security tab to configure managem

Page 57 - Local Information

Chapter 1: Getting Started | 15GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Switch Discovery in a Network without a DHCP ServerThis

Page 58 - Ports on page 70

150 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Management Security SettingsFrom the Management S

Page 59

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 151GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Note: In the case of a lost password, press t

Page 60 - Neighbors Information

152 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual configured as the primary server. If no servers a

Page 61

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 153GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure a RADIUS server:1. To add a RAD

Page 62 - Port ID field

154 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Use the buttons at the bottom of the page to perf

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Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 155GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure the RADIUS accounting server: 1.

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156 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table describes RADIUS accounting s

Page 65 - Services — DHCP Filtering

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 157GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The TACACS+ protocol ensures network security

Page 66 - Interface Configuration

158 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure TACACS+ server settings: 1. To add

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Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 159GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Authentication List ConfigurationUse the Authe

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16 | Chapter 1: Getting Started GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 9. Click Apply to configure the switch with the network se

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160 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 3. Use the menu in the 2 column to select the au

Page 70 - Port Configuration

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 161GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Configuring Management AccessFrom the Access p

Page 71 - To configure port settings:

162 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual This timeout is unaffected by the activity level

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Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 163GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The currently configured value is shown when t

Page 73 - Flow Control

164 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure the certificate download settings f

Page 74 - Link Aggregation Groups

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 165GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Access Profile ConfigurationUse the Access Pro

Page 75 - LAG Configuration

166 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The Profile Summary table shows the rules that ar

Page 76 - LAG Membership

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 167GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure access profile rules:1. To add a

Page 77 - LACP Configuration

168 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Port AuthenticationIn port-based authentication m

Page 78 - LACP Port Configuration

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 169GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure global 802.1X settings:1. Select

Page 79

Chapter 1: Getting Started | 17GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To modify the network settings on your administrative sy

Page 80 - VLAN Configuration

170 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure 802.1X settings for the port:

Page 81 - VLAN Membership Configuration

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 171GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 1. Select the check box next to the port to c

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172 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Supplicant Timeout. Defines the amount of t

Page 83 - Port VLAN ID Configuration

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 173GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 4. Click Initialize to begin the initializati

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174 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table describes the fields on the P

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Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 175GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Security MAC Address on page 181• Pr

Page 86 - Voice VLAN

176 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual e. Click the orange bar under the Destination Po

Page 87 - Voice VLAN Port Setting

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 177GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Storm ControlA broadcast storm is the result o

Page 88 - Voice VLAN OUI

178 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Disable. Do not use storm control.• Unk

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Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 179GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 3. If you change the mode, click Apply to app

Page 90 - Auto-VoIP

18 | Chapter 1: Getting Started GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Web AccessTo access the GS716T or GS724T management interfa

Page 91

180 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure port security settings: 1. To conf

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Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 181GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 7. If you make changes to the page, click App

Page 93 - Spanning Tree Protocol

182 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To display the Protected Ports Membership page, c

Page 94

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 183GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Configuring Access Control ListsAccess Control

Page 95 - CST Configuration

184 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To use the ACL Wizard:1. Determine the type of

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Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 185GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 1. Use the MAC ACL page to create the ACL ID.

Page 97 - CST Port Configuration

186 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual MAC RulesUse the MAC Rules page to define rules f

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Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 187GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Deny: Drops packets that meet the ACL cr

Page 99 - CST Port Status

188 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual the value given for that bit. The valid format is

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Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 189GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual A low number indicates high precedence order.

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Chapter 1: Getting Started | 19GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Smart Control Center UtilitiesIn addition to device disc

Page 102 - Rapid STP

190 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table describes the information dis

Page 103 - MST Configuration

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 191GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The IP ACL area shows the current size of the

Page 104 - MST Port Configuration

192 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure rules for an IP ACL:1. To add an I

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Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 193GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual subnet mask. A wildcard mask is in essence the

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194 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure rules for an IP ACL:1. To add an IP

Page 107 - STP Statistics

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 195GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Protocol Type. Requires a packet’s proto

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196 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual DSCP value from the menu. To specify a numeric va

Page 109 - Multicast

Chapter 5: Managing Device Security | 197GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure IP ACL interface bindings:1. Se

Page 110 - IGMP Snooping

198 | Chapter 5: Managing Device Security GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual IP Binding TableUse the IP Binding Table page to

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Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 1996. Monitoring the System6Use the features available from the Monitoring tab to view a variety of inf

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2 | GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual ©2012 NETGEAR, Inc. All rights reserved.No part of this publication may be reprod

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20 | Chapter 1: Getting Started GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 4. Click OK.5. Enter the switch password and click Apply

Page 114 - IGMP Snooping Table

200 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual PortsThe pages available from the Ports link contain

Page 115 - Field Description

Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 201GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Switch StatisticsThe Switch Statistics page displ

Page 116 - MFDB Statistics

202 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Multicast Packets Received The total number of packe

Page 117

Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 203GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Use the buttons at the bottom of the page to perf

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204 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Use the buttons at the bottom of the page to perform

Page 119 - IGMP Snooping Querier

Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 205GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Port Detailed StatisticsThe Port Detailed Statist

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206 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Port Channel ID If the port is a member of a port ch

Page 121

Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 207GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Packets RX and TX 128-255 OctetsThe total number

Page 122 - Forwarding Database

208 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Unicast Packets Received The number of subnetwork-un

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Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 209GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Reserved Address Discards The number of frames di

Page 124 - Dynamic Address Configuration

Chapter 1: Getting Started | 21GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Firmware UpgradeThe application software for the GS716T

Page 125 - Static MAC Address

210 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Broadcast Packets TransmittedThe total number of pac

Page 126

Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 211GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Use the buttons at the bottom of the page to perf

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212 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table describes the EAP statistics dis

Page 128 - Class of Service

Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 213GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual System LogsThe switch may generate messages in re

Page 129 - CoS Interface Configuration

214 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Memory LogsThe in-memory log stores messages in memo

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Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 215GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The Memory Log table also appears on the Memory L

Page 131 - Interface Queue Configuration

216 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • The second log type is the system operation lo

Page 132 - 802.1p to Queue Mapping

Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 217GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Critical (2): The third highest warning lev

Page 133 - DSCP to Queue Mapping

218 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure local log server settings:1. Use the r

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Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 219GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 3. To modify the settings for an existing host,

Page 135 - Differentiated Services

22 | Chapter 1: Getting Started GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 7. When the process is complete, the switch automatically

Page 136 - Diffserv Configuration

220 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Click Clear Counters to clear all the counters. This

Page 137 - Class Configuration

Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 221GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Use the buttons at the bottom of the page to perf

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222 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Port MirroringThe page under the Mirroring link allo

Page 139

Chapter 6: Monitoring the System | 223GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure Port Mirroring:1. Select the check

Page 140 - Policy Configuration

224 | Chapter 6: Monitoring the System GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual

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Chapter 7: Maintenance | 2257. Maintenance7Use the features available from the Maintenance tab to help you manage the switch. The Maintena

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226 | Chapter 7: Maintenance GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual ResetThe Reset menu contains links to the following options:•

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Chapter 7: Maintenance | 227GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To reset the switch to the factory default settings:1. Se

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228 | Chapter 7: Maintenance GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Upload File From SwitchThe switch supports system file uploads

Page 145 - Service Configuration

Chapter 7: Maintenance | 229GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 5. In the Transfer File Path field, specify the path on th

Page 146 - Service Statistics

Chapter 1: Getting Started | 23GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Viewing and Managing TasksFrom the Tasks tab, you can vi

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230 | Chapter 7: Maintenance GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Download File To SwitchThe switch supports system file downloa

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Chapter 7: Maintenance | 231GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual while the other image stores a second copy. The device boot

Page 149 - Managing Device Security

232 | Chapter 7: Maintenance GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To activate a software image that you download to the switch,

Page 150 - Management Security Settings

Chapter 7: Maintenance | 233GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • SSL DH Strong Encryption Parameter PEM File: SSL Diff

Page 151 - RADIUS Configuration

234 | Chapter 7: Maintenance GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual File ManagementThe system maintains two versions of the GS716T

Page 152 - RADIUS Server Configuration

Chapter 7: Maintenance | 235GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Note: After activating an image, you must perform a system

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236 | Chapter 7: Maintenance GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Click Refresh to display the latest information from the switc

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Chapter 7: Maintenance | 237GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual TroubleshootingThe Troubleshooting menu contains links to t

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238 | Chapter 7: Maintenance GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • If successful, you will see “Reply From IP/Host: icmp_se

Page 156 - Configuring TACACS+

Chapter 7: Maintenance | 239GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • MaxFail. Specify the maximum number of failures allow

Page 157 - TACACS+ Server Configuration

24 | Chapter 1: Getting Started GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Understanding the User InterfacesThe switch software includ

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240 | Chapter 7: Maintenance GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual

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Chapter 8: Help | 2418. Help8Use the features available from the Help tab to connect to online resources for assistance. The Help tab cont

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242 | Chapter 8: Help GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual User GuideUse the User Guide page to access the GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3

Page 161 - Configuring Management Access

Chapter 8: Help | 243GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual

Page 162 - Secure HTTP Configuration

Appendix A: Hardware Specifications and Default Values | 244A. Hardware Specifications and Default ValuesAGS716T and GS724T Gigabit Smart

Page 163 - Certificate Download

Appendix A: Hardware Specifications and Default Values | 245GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual GS716T and GS724T Switch Pe

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246 | Appendix A: Hardware Specifications and Default Values GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Traffic ControlQuality Of Serv

Page 165 - Access Profile Configuration

Appendix A: Hardware Specifications and Default Values | 247GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual System SetupManagementFeatu

Page 166 - Access Rule Configuration

248 | Appendix A: Hardware Specifications and Default Values GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Other FeaturesFeature Sets Sup

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Appendix B: Configuration Examples | 249B. Configuration ExamplesBThis chapter contains information about how to configure the following f

Page 168 - Port Authentication

Chapter 1: Getting Started | 25GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Figure 1. Administrative Page LayoutNavigation Tabs, Fe

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250 | Appendix B: Configuration Examples GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) A local area n

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Appendix B: Configuration Examples | 251GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Packets leaving the switch are either tag

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252 | Appendix B: Configuration Examples GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Access Control Lists (ACLs)ACLs ensure that only a

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Appendix B: Configuration Examples | 253GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Destination MAC Mask: 00:00:00:00:FF:FF•

Page 173 - Port Summary

254 | Appendix B: Configuration Examples GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual departments. Traffic from the Finance department i

Page 174 - Traffic Control

Appendix B: Configuration Examples | 255GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Differentiated Services (DiffServ)Standard IP-b

Page 175 - MAC Filter Configuration

256 | Appendix B: Configuration Examples GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • IP Service Type octet (also known as: ToS bi

Page 176 - MAC Filter Summary

Appendix B: Configuration Examples | 257GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Dropping: drop a packet upon arrival. Thi

Page 177 - Storm Control

258 | Appendix B: Configuration Examples GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual DiffServ Example ConfigurationTo create a DiffServ

Page 178 - Port Security Configuration

Appendix B: Configuration Examples | 259GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual All UDP packet flows destined to the 192.12.2.0

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26 | Chapter 1: Getting Started GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Configuration and Status OptionsThe area directly under the

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260 | Appendix B: Configuration Examples GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 802.1XLocal Area Networks (LANs) are often deploye

Page 181 - Protected Ports Membership

Appendix B: Configuration Examples | 261GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual A Port Access Entity (PAE) is able to adopt one

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262 | Appendix B: Configuration Examples GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 3. In the Guest VLAN field for ports e1–e8, enter

Page 183 - ACL Wizard

Appendix B: Configuration Examples | 263GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual MSTPSpanning Tree Protocol (STP) runs on bridge

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264 | Appendix B: Configuration Examples GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual An MST Region comprises of one or more MSTP Bridge

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Appendix B: Configuration Examples | 265GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Perform the following procedures on each switch

Page 186 - MAC Rules

266 | Appendix B: Configuration Examples GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Since the edge ports are not at risk for network l

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Appendix B: Configuration Examples | 267GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual

Page 188 - MAC Binding Configuration

Appendix C: Notification of Compliance | 268C. Notification of ComplianceNETGEAR Wired ProductsCCertificate of the Manufacturer/ImporterIt

Page 189 - MAC Binding Table

Appendix C: Notification of Compliance | 269GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Europe – EU Declaration of ConformityMarkin

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Chapter 1: Getting Started | 27GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual If you click the graphic, but do not click a specific p

Page 191 - IP Rules

270 | Appendix C: Notification of Compliance GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual FCC Requirements for Operation in the United S

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Index | 272IndexNumerics802.1X 151, 168example configuration 260Aaccess controlACL example configuration 252ACLs 183management interface 161authe

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Index | 273GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual EEAP 211EAPOL 212Ffile management 234firmware 21firmware download 230Ggetting

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28 | Chapter 1: Getting Started GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Help Page AccessEvery page contains a link to the online he

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Chapter 1: Getting Started | 29GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Interface Naming ConventionThe switch supports physical

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Table of Contents | 3Table of ContentsChapter 1 Getting StartedGetting Started with the GS716T and GS724T Gigabit Smart Switches. . 10Switch Ma

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 312. Configuring System Information2Use the features in the System tab to define the switch’s

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32 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual ManagementThis section describes how to disp

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 33GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To define system information:1. Open the

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34 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure the network information for th

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 35GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual port VLAN ID (PVID) of the port to be con

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36 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual SNTP time definitions are assessed and deter

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 37GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure the time by using the CPU c

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38 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 2. Use the menu to select the Coordinated U

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40 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Priority . Specifies the priority of t

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 41GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Click Refresh to refresh the page with th

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42 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure the Auto-DoS feature:1. Select

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 43GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual to drop packets that have a TCP header sm

Page 215 - FLASH Log Configuration

44 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure the global DNS settings:1. Sp

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 45GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To add a static entry to the local DNS t

Page 217 - Server Log Configuration

46 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Green Ethernet ConfigurationUse this page to

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 47GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual License KeyThis page provides information

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48 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Community ConfigurationTo display this page,

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 49GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Community String. Specify a communi

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50 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 2. To modify information about an existing

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 51GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual SNMP v3 User ConfigurationThis is the con

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52 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual LLDPThe IEEE 802.1AB-defined standard, Link

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 53GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure global LLDP settings:1. Co

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54 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure LLDP port settings:1. Change

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 55GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Tx and Rx: Enable both transmitting

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56 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Click Refresh to refresh the page with the m

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 57GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 3. From the Notification field, specify

Page 230 - Download File To Switch

58 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table describes the LLDP loca

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GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 6 | Table of Contents Chapter 6 Monitoring the SystemPorts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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60 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Neighbors InformationUse the LLDP Neighbors

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 61GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual The following table describes the inform

Page 235 - Dual Image Status

62 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Field Description Port Details Local Port Di

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 63GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Address Specifies the advertised manageme

Page 237 - Troubleshooting

64 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Asset ID Displays the asset ID advertised by

Page 238 - Traceroute

Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 65GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Services — DHCP FilteringDHCP Filtering i

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66 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Interface ConfigurationUse the DHCP Filterin

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Chapter 2: Configuring System Information | 67GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 3. To configure DHCP filtering settings

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68 | Chapter 2: Configuring System Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 693. Configuring Switching Information3Use the features in the Switching tab to define Laye

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70 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual PortsThe pages on the Ports tab allow you

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 71GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure port settings:1. To con

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72 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 3. To configure settings for both physic

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 73GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 6. Click Cancel to cancel the configu

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74 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Link Aggregation GroupsLink aggregation g

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 75GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual LAG ConfigurationUse the LAG (Port Cha

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76 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Active Ports. A listing of the port

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 77GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 4. Click the box below each port to i

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78 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 3. Click Cancel to cancel the configurat

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80 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual VLANsAdding Virtual LAN (VLAN) support to

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 81GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure VLANs:1. To add a VLAN,

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82 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To display the VLAN Membership Configurat

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 83GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Tag All: Select the ports on whi

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84 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure PVID information:1. To con

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 85GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 6. Specify how you want the port to h

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86 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Voice VLANConfigure the Voice VLAN settin

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 87GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 5. From the Voice VLAN Aging Time fie

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88 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure Voice VLAN port settings:1.

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Chapter 1: Getting Started | 91. Getting Started1The NETGEAR® GS716T and GS724T Smart Switch Software Administration Manual describes how t

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90 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Auto-VoIPThe Auto-VoIP automatically make

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 91GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure Auto-VoIP settings:1. Se

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92 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure OUI settings:1. To add a ne

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 93GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual Spanning Tree ProtocolThe Spanning Tre

Page 270 - FCC Declaration Of Conformity

94 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure STP settings on the switch:

Page 271 - PY306100037

Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 95GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 6. If you make any configuration chan

Page 272 - Numerics

96 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure CST settings:1. Specify val

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 97GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual 3. If you make any configuration chan

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98 | Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual To configure CST port settings:1. To co

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Chapter 3: Configuring Switching Information | 99GS716Tv2 and GS724Tv3 Software Administration Manual • Fast Link. Specifies if the spec

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