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3Com 4500 Quick Reference Manual

SUPERSTACK 3 4500

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About the Web Interface

This guide details the commands available on the Web and the Command Line Interfaces. The tables contained in 
this document reference the CLI commands and the equivalent Web Interface menu items that allow the same 
configuration to be made using the web interface.

About the Command Line Interface

To use the command line interface (CLI) of your unit, please refer to the following points for assistance:

When initially accessing the CLI, press Enter when prompted. The User View displays. This is indicated by the 
chevron brackets around the name of the unit at the prompt, for example, <4500>.

In System View, square brackets appear around the name of the unit at the prompt, for example, [4500].

You must be in the System View menu to access the configurable CLI commands.

Some commands can be entered directly at any prompt from anywhere in the interface.

If you enter part of a command followed by a ? (with no space between), the CLI will show you all the 
commands that begin in that way.

To display command parameters:
At the prompt, enter the name of the command followed by a space and ?. For example: 

<4500>

boot ?

The following parameters are displayed:

boot-loader

bootrom

<4500>

To specify boot loader, enter the command as follows:

<4500>

boot boot-loader ?

You only need to enter ? if parameters exist for the command.

To display parent menus:
At the prompt, enter 

quit

.

To display the User View menu:
Press <CTRL+Z>.

To obtain help:
At the prompt, enter ?.

The term ‘view’ may be used interchangeably with the term ‘menu’.

The 

undo

 command is placed before the command you wish to undo, for example, 

undo set

 

authentica-

tion

 password.

<CTRL+A> places the cursor back to the start of the command line.

Enter the first few characters of a command and press TAB to enter the full command without having to 
input the entire command (where there is only one command that starts with the entered characters).

Use the Up Arrow key at the prompt to repeat the previous command string.

Use Delete to delete the character after the cursor; Backspace deletes the character before the cursor.

When entering physical port numbers, Enter the port number as 

x/0/z

, where x is the unit number and z is 

the physical port number.

 


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Further Information

For further information about how to use the command line interface, refer to the Command Reference Guide and 
the Configuration Guide, which are both available as PDF documents on the CD that accompanied the unit.

Menus

This section provides a summary of menus and commands supported by the agent for each of the supported 
hardware platform variants. Any matching web commands available in the web interface are also shown.

Commands marked with ‘*’ are available on the Switch 4500 PWR only.

Table 1   Command Line Editing 

Table 2   Commands Available in Any View 

<Ctrl+A>

Moves the cursor to the start of the command line

<Tab>

Command completion

Command

Description

Web Command

?

Help

display

Display current system information

display acl 

View detailed configuration information about the ACL

display am 

View the status of access management function 

display arp 

View the ARP mapping table

display arp timer aging

View the current setting of the dynamic ARP map aging timer

display boot-loader 

View the APP file used for this boot and the one that will be 
used at next boot

display channel 

View details about the information channel

display clock

View the date and time

display config-agent 

View statistics of the configuration agent

display connection

View the connection information of all or specified users

display cpu 

Display the occupancy of the CPU

display current-

configuration 

Display the current configuration parameters

display debugging 

View the enabled debugging process

display device 

Display device information

display dhcp client 

View detailed information about address allocation to DHCP 
client

display dhcp-server 

View information about DHCP server group

display dhcp-server 

interface vlan-interface 

View information about the DHCP server group 
corresponding to the VLAN interface

display diagnostic-

information

View the current configuration information about all running 
modules

display domain 

View the configuration of ISP domains

display dot1x 

View the relevant information of 802.1x

display fan 

View the working state of the built-in fans

display fib

View the summary of the Forwarding Information Base

display fib ip_address

View the FIB entries matching a destination IP address (range)

display fib acl

View the FIB entries matching a specific ACL

display fib ip-prefix

View the FIB entries matching a specific prefix list

display fib statistics

View the total number of FIB entries

display ftm route 

Display Fabric topology management route

display ftm information

Display Fabric topology management information

display ftm topology database

Display Fabric topology management database

display ftp-server

View the parameters of the current FTP server

display ftp-user

View the parameters of current FTP user

 


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display history-command 

View the saved history of commands

display icmp statistics

View the statistics information about ICMP packets

display igmp-snooping 

configuration

View IGMP snooping configuration information

display igmp-snooping group 

View IP multicast groups and MAC multicast groups 

display igmp-snooping 

statistics

View the statistics information on IGMP snooping

display info-center 

View the configuration of system log and the information 
recorded in the memory buffer

display interface 

View port configuration information

Port -> Statistics

display interface vlan-

interface 

View the information about specified or all VLAN interfaces 

display ip host

View all the host names and the corresponding IP addresses

display ip interface vlan-

interface 

View the information of an IP interface

display ip ip-prefix 

View the IP address prefix list

display ip socket 

Display the information about the sockets in the current 
system

display ip statistics

View the statistics information about IP packets

display ip routing-table 

View the routing table summary

display ip routing-table 

X.X.X.X

View the routing information of the specified destination 
address

display ip routing-table 

X.X.X.X X.X.X.X

View the routing information in the specified destination 
address range

display ip routing-table acl

View the route filtered through specified basic access control 
list (ACL)

display ip routing-table ip-

prefix

View the route information that passed the filtering rule 
according the input ip prefix list name

display ip routing-table 

protocol

View the route information of specified protocol

display ip routing-table 

radix

View radix tree of routing table

display ip routing-table 

statistics

Summary statistics of all routes

display ip routing-table 

verbose

Detail information of routing table

display isolate port

View port isolation information

display lacp system-id

View actor system ID

display link-aggregation 

interface 

View detailed link aggregation information at a designated 
port

display link-aggregation 

summary

View summary information of all aggregation groups

display link-aggregation 

verbose 

View detailed information of a designated port

display local-user 

View the relevant information of all (or specified) local users 

display local-server 

statistics

View the configuration information of local RADIUS server 
group

display loopback-detection

View if port loopback detection has been enabled and details

display mac-address 

View MAC address table information

display mac-address aging-

time 

View the aging time of the dynamic entry in the MAC 
address table

display mac-authentication

Display the global information on centralized MAC address 
authentication

display memory

Display memory information

display mirror

View port mirroring configuration

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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display ntp sessions

NTP connection

display ntp status

NTP status and configuration information

display ntp trace

Trace the time synchronization information

display packet-filter 

interface

View active ACL interface information

display packet-filter unit id

View active ACL unit identifier

display password-control 

Display password-control information

display password-control 

blacklist 

Display blacklist information

display password-control 

super 

Display super user's password-control information

display poe disconnect*

Display PoE Disconnect Mode

display poe interface* 

Specify interface e1, 0, n

display poe powersupply*

Display PoE Power Supply Status

display port

View ports where link type is Hybrid, Trunk, or a combination

display power 

View the working state of the built-in power supply

display qos cos-local-

precedence-map

View "COS->Local-precedence" map

display qos-interface [x]

View QoS setting information of all interfaces. X = unit 
number or interface information (E1,0,1)

display qos-interface [x] 

line-rate

View the parameter setting of traffic rate limitation in the 
interface output direction. X = unit number or interface 
information (E1,0,1)

display qos-interface [x] 

mirrored-to

View the settings of the traffic mirro X= unit number or 
interface information (E1, 0, 1)r

display qos-interface [x] 

traffic-limit

View the settings of traffic limit. X= unit number or interface 
information (E1,0,1)

display radius 

View the configuration information of all RADIUS server 
groups or a specified one

display radius statistics

View the statistics information of RADIUS packet

display remote ping

Display the remote-ping test historay and the latest test 
results.

display remote-ping history

Display remote-ping history table

display remote-ping results

Display remote-ping results table

display rip

View the current RIP running state

display rmon alarm 

View RMON alarm information

display rmon event 

View RMON events

display rmon eventlog 

View RMON event log

display rmon history 

View the latest RMON history sampling information 

display rmon prialarm 

Display alarm information about extended RMON

display rmon statistics 

View RMON statistics

display route-policy 

View the configured route policy 

display router id

Display the router’s ID

display rsa local-key-pair 

public

Display local key pair and public key of the server

display rsa peer-public-key 

Display a designated RSA public key

display saved-configuration 

View configuration files stored in flash memory of the Switch

display schedule reboot

Display the configuration of the schedule reboot terminal 
service parameters of the current router

display snmp-agent 

View information about the SNMP-agent engine ID of current 
device

display snmp-agent community 

View the currently configured community names

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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Table 3   User View

<4500>

display snmp-agent group 

View group name, safe mode, state of various views and 
storage modes

display snmp-agent mib-view 

View the MIB view configuration information of the Switch

display snmp-agent 

statistics

View current state of SNMP communication

display snmp-agent sys-info 

View the system information of SNMP configuration

display snmp-agent usm-user 

View information of all the SNMP usernames in the group 
username list

display ssh server status

Display the SSH server status information

display ssh server session

Display SSH server session information 

display ssh server-info 

Display SSH Server information

display ssh user-information 

Display information of about the user, including username, 
corresponding key, and authentication type

display startup

Display configuration filenames used for system start-up.

display stop-accounting-

buffer radius-scheme

View the stop accounting buffer radius-scheme requests

display stop-accounting-

buffer session id

Display the stop accounting session identifier

display stop-accounting-

buffer time-range

View the stop accounting time range

display stop-accounting-

buffer user-name

Display the stop accounting user name

display tcp statistics

View the statistics information about TCP packets

display tcp status

View the TCP connection state

display this 

Display the running configuration of the current view

display udp-helper server 

View the information of destination Helper server 
corresponding to a VLAN interface

display udp statistics

View UDP traffic statistic information

display unit 

View information about the port in a specific unit. Specify 
unit number and interface. 

display user-interface 

View information about the user interface

display users 

View information about the current user interface

display version

Display software version, issue date and the basic hardware 
configurations

display voice vlan oui

Display the OUI address supported by the current system

display voice vlan status

Display information about Voice VLAN features 

display vlan 

View information about the specified or all VLANs

display xrn-fabric 

View the information of the entire xrn fabric

quit

Exit from current command view

super

Assign user a higher user level.

return

Return to user view from any view other than user view

tracert

Check the network routes and troubleshoot the network

Command

Description

Web Command

boot boot-loader 

Specify the application file (.app) used for booting the Switch

boot bootrom 

Upgrade bootrom

cd

Change the current directory

clock datetime 

Configure the current date and time 

clock summer-time 

Configure summer time on the Switch

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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clock timezone 

Configure local timezone

copy

Copy from one file to another

debugging

Enable system debugging functions

debugging arp packet

Enable ARP debugging

debugging dhcp client 

Enable DHCP client debugging

debugging dhcp-relay

Enable DHCP relay debugging

debugging lacp packet 

Enable LACP packets debugging at a designated port or ports

debugging lacp state 

Enable LACP state machines debugging on a designated port 
or ports

debugging link-aggregation 

error

Enable link aggregation errors debugging

debugging link-aggregation 

event

Enable link aggregation events debugging

debugging mac-authentication 

event

Enable the centralized MAC address authentication 
debugging switch

debugging ssh server 

Display debugging information in running SSH

debugging udp-helper

Enable UDP Helper debugging

delete

Delete a file

dir

List files on a file system

display snmp-agent local-

engineid

Display the engine ID of the local SNMP entity

display system-guard

Display system-guard module options

fabric save-unit-id

Save Unit ID

format

Format the storage device on the Switch

free user-interface 

Reset a specified user interface

ftp

Establish control connection with the remote FTP Server and 
enter FTP Client View (See 

Table 10, “FTP Client View,” on 

page 13

)

language-mode

Specify the language environment

lock

Lock current user terminal interface

mkdir

Create a new directory

more

Display the contents of a file

move

Move the file

ping

ping another station

pwd

Display current working directory

reboot

Reset switch

Administration -> Reboot

rename

Rename a file

reset acl counter 

Clear ACL statistics 

reset arp 

Reset ARP mapping entries

reset counters interface 

Reset statistical information on the port

reset dot1x statistics 

Reset 802.1x statistics information

reset igmp-snooping 

statistics

Reset IGMP Snooping statistics information

reset ip statistics

Clear IP statistics information

reset lacp statistics 

Clear LACP statistics at a designated port or all ports

reset logbuffer

Reset information in log buffer

reset password-control 

history-record 

Reset password history record

reset password-control 

history-record super 

Reset the super user's password controls

reset password-control 

blacklist 

Delete infomation in blacklist

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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Table 4   System View

<4500>sys

reset radius statistics

Clear the statistic information related to the RADIUS protocol

reset recycle-bin 

Delete contents of recycle bin

reset saved-configuration 

Delete configuration files

Administration -> Initialize

reset stop-accounting-buffer 

Delete the stopping accounting requests from the buffer 
according to the specified RADIUS server name

reset stp 

Clear statistics for STP

reset tcp statistics

Clear TCP statistics information

reset trapbuffer

Reset information in trap buffer

reset udp statistics

Clear UDP statistics information

rmdir

Delete an existing directory

save

Save current configuration

Save Configuration

schedule reboot at 

Schedule a reboot of the Switch at specified time

schedule reboot delay 

Configure the Switch to be rebooted after a specified time 
delay

send

Send information to other user terminal interface

startup bootrom-access 

enable 

Enable BOOTROM access

startup saved-configuration 

Configure the configuration file used for starting the system 

Administration -> Restore 
Configuration

system-view

Enter the system view (See 

Table 4, “System View,” on 

page 7

)

telnet

Establish one Telnet connection

terminal debugging

Configure to display the debugging information on the 
terminal

terminal logging

Enable terminal log information display

terminal monitor

Enable the log debugging/log/trap on the terminal monitor

terminal trapping

Enable terminal trap information display

tftp get

Download a file from the specified directory of the TFTP 
server

Administration -> Restore 
Configuration

tftp put

Upload a file from the Switch to the specified directory on the 
TFTP server

Administration -> Backup 
Configuration

undelete

Recover a deleted file

undo

Cancel the current setting

xmodem

Establish an xmodem connnection 

Command

Description

Web Command

acl number

Define ACL identified by a number or a name, and then enter 
the corresponding ACL view (See 

Table , “[4500]rip ,” on 

page 17

)

Device -> ACL

Security-> Authorized IP

am enable

Enable the access management function

am trap enable

Enable the access management trap 

arp check enable

Enable the checking of ARP entries

arp static 

Configure the static ARP mapping entries in an ARP mapping 
table

arp timer aging 

Configure the dynamic ARP aging timer

change unit-id 

Change the ID of the Switch

change self-unit 

Change the ID of the Switch

command-privilege level

Specify the command level

copy configuration

Copy source port configuration to destination port

cut connection 

Disconnect a user or a category of users by force

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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delete static-routes all

Delete all the static routes

Device -> IP Route

dhcp-server [x] ip

Configure the IP address of the DHCP Server used by the 
DHCP Server group. X= group number

domain

Configure an ISP domain or enter the view of an existing ISP 
domain

dot1x

Specify 802.1x configuration information

dot1x authentication-method

Specify authentication method for 802.1x users

dot1x dhcp-launch

Trigger system authentication when receiving DHCP packet(s)

dot1x max-user 

Specify maximal on-line user number per port

dot1x port-control

Specify port authenticated status

dot1x port-method 

Specify port controlled method

dot1x quiet-period

Enable quiet period timer

dot1x retry

Specify maximal request times

dot1x supp-proxy-check 

Check whether user(s) access the networks by proxy or not

dot1x timer 

Specify timer parameters

dot1x timer handshake-period 

Set the handshake period of 802.1x

end-station polling ip-

address 

Configure the Switch to periodically test specified end-
stations by sending PING packets

execute

Run the batch file

fabric-port [x] enable

Specify the fabric port of the Switch. Specify x = Gig interface Port -> Administration

file prompt

Modify prompt modes of file operations

ftm stacking-vlan

Specify the stacking VLAN of the Switch

Device -> XRN Fabric

ftp server 

Start or shutdown the FTP server

ftp timeout 

Configure the FTP connection timeout interval

header

Define the login banner

igmp-snooping enable

IGMP snooping enable

Device -> IGMP Snooping

igmp-snooping disable

IGMP snooping disable

igmp-snooping host-aging-

time 

Configure the port aging time of the multicast group 
members

igmp-snooping max-response-

time 

Configure the maximum response time for a query

igmp-snooping router-aging-

time 

Configure the router port aging time of IGMP Snooping

info-center channel name 

Rename a channel

info-center console channel 

Configure the channel through which log information is 
output to the console

info-center enable 

Enable the system log 

info-center logbuffer 

Configure to output information to the memory buffer

info-center monitor channel 

Configure the channel to output the log information to the 
user terminal

info-center snmp channel

Specify new channel for transmitting the SNMP information

info-center source 

Add or delete a record to the information channel

info-center switch-on 

Turn on the information synchronization on the specified 
Switch

info-center timestamp 

Configure the timestamp output format in debugging/trap 
information

info-center trapbuffer 

Output information to the trap buffer

interface Gig Ethernet

Enter Ethernet Port View (See 

Table 15, “Ethernet Port View,” 

on page 15

)

interface vlan-interface 

Enable VLAN interface and enter VLAN interface view (See 

Table 14, “VLAN Inteface View,” on page 14

)

Device -> VLAN Interface
Administration -> IP Setup

ip host 

Configure the host name and the host IP address

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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ip http

Configure HTTP

Security -> Authorized IP

ip ip-prefix

Configure an address prefix list or one of its items

ip route-static 

Configure a static route

Device -> IP Route

lacp system-priority 

Configure LACP system priority value

Port -> LACP

link-aggregation group [x] 

description 

Configure a descriptor for an aggregation group

Port -> Link Aggregation

link-aggregation group [x] 

mode

Create a manual or static aggregation group. X=1-32

Port -> Link Aggregation

local-server

Specify local RADIUS server configuration information

local-user

Specify local user configuration and enter local-user view (See 

Table 5, “Local-user View,” on page 11

)

Administration -> 
System Access

local-user password-display-

mode 

Specify password display mode

loopback-detection enable

Enable port loopback detection

loopback-detection interval-

time 

Configure the detection interval for the external loopback 
condition of each port

mac-address

Configure MAC address

mac-address timer 

Configure the aging time of the Layer-2 dynamic address 
table entry

mac-authentication

Enable the centralized MAC address authentication feature on 
a specified port or globally

mac-authentication authmode 

Specify MAC authenticate authmode config

mac-authentication 

authpassword 

Specify the fixed password

mac-authentication 

authusername 

Specify the fixed username

mac-authentication domain

Configure the ISP domain used by the centralized MAC 
address authentication user

mac-authentication timer

Configure timer parameters of the centralized MAC address 
authentication

memory auto-establish

Free memory for routing protocols to run normally

memory limit

Specify the memory limit

memory safety

Display memory safety

ntp-service access

NTP access control

ntp-service authentication

Authenticate NTP timie source

ntp-service authentication-

keyid

Specify NTP authentication keyid

ntp-service max-dynamic-

sessions

Specify the maximum connections

ntp-service reliable

Specify trusted keyid of NTP

ntp-service source-interface

The interface correcponding to the sending NTP packet

ntp-service unicast-peer

Specify the NTP peer

ntp-service unicast-server

Specify the NTP server

password-control 

Specify password controls

password-control super 

Super user's password controls

poe disconnect*

Set PoE disconnect mode

poe legacy enable*

Enable Legacy detection

poe power-management* 

Power Management

poe update*

Update PoE firmware

private-group-id

Tunnel Private Group ID attribute description mode

qos cos-local-precedence-map

Configure “CoS  Local-precedence” mapping table

radius nas-ip 

Specify the source address of the RADIUS packet sent from 
NAS

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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radius scheme 

Specify RADIUS configuration information and enter the 
RADIUS view (See 

Table 11, “RADIUS Server Group View,” on 

page 13

)

remote-ping

Specify the remote-ping test class

remote-ping-agent enable

Enable a remote-ping client

return

Return to user view from any view other than user view

rip

Enable RIP and enter RIP view (See 

Table 17, “RIP View,” on 

page 17

)

rmon alarm 

Add an entry to the alarm table

rmon event 

Add an entry to the event table

rmon prialarm 

Add an entry to the extended RMON alarm table

route-policy

Specify a route policy and enter route policy view (See 

Table 16, “Route Policy View,” on page 16

)

rsa local-key-pair create

Create local RSA host key pair and server key pair

rsa local-key-pair destroy

Remove all RSA key pairs at the server, including host key pair 
and Server key pair

rsa peer-public-key 

Enter the public key view (See 

Table 8, “Public Key Edit 

View,” on page 12

)

set unit “[name]”

Set the unit number name. “[name]”= text string

sftp server enable 

Enable SFTP Server

snmp-agent community 

Configure community access name and access to SNMP

Administration -> SNMP -> 
Community String

snmp-agent group 

Configure an SNMP group

Administration -> SNMP -> 
Group

snmp-agent local-engineid 

Configure a name for a local or remote SNMP engine on the 
Switch

snmp-agent mib-view 

Create or update the view information

snmp-agent packet max-size 

Specify the size of an SNMP packet 

snmp-agent sys-info 

Configure system information of running SNMP

snmp-agent target-host 

Configure destination of SNMP notification

Administration -> SNMP -> 
Traps

snmp-agent trap enable 

Enable/disable the device to send Trap messages

Administration -> SNMP -> 
Traps

snmp-agent trap life 

Configure the timeout of Trap packets

snmp-agent trap queue-size 

Configure the information queue length of Trap packets sent 
to the destination host

snmp-agent trap source 

Configure the source address for sending Trap packets

snmp-agent usm-user 

Configure users in an SNMP group

Administration -> SNMP -> 
Users

ssh2

Establish one telnet connection

ssh client (SSH server IP 

address or name) assign rsa-

key (key name)

Assign the SSH client an RSA Key

ssh client first-time enable 

Set SSH client attribute of authenticating user for the first 
time access

ssh server authentication-

retries (number of retries, 

1-5)

Define SSH authentication retry times value

ssh server timeout (value in 

seconds, 1-120)

Define timeout value for SSH registration authentication

ssh user (username) service-

type sftp

Set SSH User service types, either stelnet, sft, or all. All is both 
stelnet and sftp.

ssh user (sername) assign 

rsakey (key name)

Associate an existing public key with a designated user

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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Table 5   Local-user View

 

[4500]local-user admin

ssh user (username) 

authentication-type 

(authenticaltion type)

Define an authentication type for a designated user; either 
password, RSA, or public key.

stp

Enable Spanning Tree Protocol

Device -> Spanning Tree

stp bpdu-protection

Enable BPDU protection

Device -> Spanning Tree

stp mcheck 

Force the port to work in RSTP mode

stp mode

Configure the RSTP running mode

Device -> Spanning Tree

stp pathcost-standard

Standard to be used for calculating the default Path Cost

stp priority 

Configure the bridge priority of the Switch

Device -> Spanning Tree

stp root primary

Configure the current switch as the primary root of a 
spanning tree

Device -> Spanning Tree

stp root secondary

Configure the current switch as a secondary root of a 
specified spanning tree

Device -> Spanning Tree

stp timeout-factor 

Configure multiple of hello time 

stp timer forward-delay 

Configure the time of forward delay 

Device -> Spanning Tree

stp timer hello 

Configure hello time for Switch

Device -> Spanning Tree

stp timer max-age 

Configure the max age of the Switch for judging stp packets

Device -> Spanning Tree

super password level

Configure a password for changing the user from a lower 
user level to a higher user level

sysname

Specify the name of the Switch

Administration -> SNMP -> 
Setup

system-guard

Configure the System-guard feature

tcp timer fin-timeout

Configure the TCP finwait timer

tcp timer syn-timeout

Configure the TCP synwait timer

tcp window

Configure size of transmission and receiving buffers of 
connection-oriented socket

tftp-server

Configure the TFTP server

udp-helper enable

Enable UDP Helper function

udp-helper port 

Configure the UDP port with relay function

user-interface

Configure the user terminal interface and enter the view (See 

Table 6, “User-interface view,” on page 12

)

vlan

Configure VLAN and enter VLAN view (See 

Table 13, “VLAN 

View,” on page 14

)

Device -> VLAN

voice vlan 

Globally enable the Voice VLAN features of one VLAN

Device -> Voice VLAN

voice vlan aging 

Configure the aging time of Voice VLAN

Device -> Voice VLAN

voice vlan mac_address 

Set the MAC address that the Voice VLAN can control

Device -> Voice VLAN

voice vlan mode auto

Set the Voice VLAN in auto mode

Device -> Voice VLAN

voice vlan security enable

Enable the Voice VLAN security mode

Device -> Voice VLAN

web set-package

Change the default web source file name

xrn-fabric authentication-

mode 

Configure authentication mode of the fabric

Device->XRN Fabric

Command

Description

Web Command

attribute 

Configure some attributes for specified local user

Administration -> System 
Access

level 

Configure user priority level

Administration -> System 
Access

password password-control 

aging

Specify password aging

Administration -> System 
Access

password-control length

Specify password length

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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Table 6   User-interface view

[4500]user-interface 1

Table 7   VTY User-interface View 

[4500]user-interface 1 integer (0-12)

[4500]user-interface 1 aux

[4500]user-interface 1 vty

Table 8   Public Key Edit View

[4500]rsa peer-public-key switchxxx

(where xxx is the Switch number)

 

Table 9   Public Key View

service-type 

Configure a service type for a particular user

state 

Configure the state of the current user

Command

Description

Web Command

acl

Reference ACL and implement the ACL control to the TELNET 
users

Security -> Authorized IP

authentication-mode 

Configure local password authentication method

auto-execute command 

Configure to automatically run a specified command after a 
user logs on

databits 

Configure the data bits for AUX (Console) port

flow-control 

Configure the flow control mode on AUX (Console) port

history-command max-size 

Configure the size of the history command buffer

idle-timeout 

Configure the timeout function

parity 

Configure the parity mode on AUX (Console) port

protocol 

Set user interface protocol

screen-length 

Configure how many lines can be displayed on a screen of 
the terminal

set authentication password 

Configure the password for local authentication

Administration -> System 
Access

shell

Enable terminal service of a user interface

speed 

Specify the transmission rate on the AUX (Console) port in 
bit/s

stopbits 

Configure the stop bits on the AUX (Console) port

user privilege level 

Configure which level of command a user can use after logon 
from a specific user interface

Command

Description

Web Command

protocol inbound 

Configure the protocols supported by a designated user 
interface

Command

Description

Web Command

public-key-code begin

Enter public key edit view (See 

Table 8, “Public Key Edit 

View,” on page 12

)

public-key-code end

Save the configured public key and return to the public key 
view 

Command

Description

Web Command

peer-public-key end

Finish editing peer public key and quit from public key view 
to system view

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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Table 10   FTP Client View

<4500>ftp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

(where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP address of the FTP server) 

Table 11   RADIUS Server Group View

[4500]radius scheme 1

Command

Description

Web Command

ascii  

Configure FTP data transmission mode as ASCII mode

binary

Configure FTP data transmission mode as binary mode

bye

Disconnect with the remote FTP Server and return to user 
view

cd 

Change the working path on the remote FTP server

cdup

change working path on the FTP server to the next level up in 
the directory structure

close

Terminate the control connection and data connection with 
the FTP Server and remain in FTP client view

debugging

Enable the system debugging functions

delete 

Delete a file on the FTP server

dir

Query a file or display the contents of current working 
directory

disconnect

Disconnect FTP client side from FTP server side without exiting 
FTP client view

get

Download a remote file and save it locally

lcd

View local working path of FTP client

ls

Query a file or display the contents of current working 
directory

mkdir 

Create a directory on the FTP server

open 

Open FTP connection

passive

Configure the data transmission mode as passive mode 
(passive mode is the default data transmission mode)

put

Upload a local file to the FTP server

pwd

View the current directory on the FTP server

quit

Terminate the connection with the FTP server and return to 
user view

remotehelp 

View help text about FTP commands

rmdir 

Delete a specified directory from the FTP server

user

Register an FTP user

verbose

Enable verbose (verbose is enabled by default)

Command

Description

Web Command

accounting optional

Enable the selection of RADIUS accounting option

data-flow-format 

Configure the unit of data flow that send to RADIUS Server

key 

Configure encryption key for RADIUS authentication/
authorization or accounting packet

Security -> RADIUS Client

nas-ip 

Set the source IP address of the network access server (NAS, 
i.e: the Switch), so that all packets destined for the RADIUS 
server carry the same source IP address

primary accounting 

Configure the IP address and port number for the primary 
accounting server

primary authentication 

Configure the IP address and port number for the primary 
RADIUS authentication/authorization

retry 

Configure retransmission times of RADIUS request packet

retry realtime-accounting 

Configure the maximum times of real-time accounting 
request failing to be responded

 


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Table 12   ISP Domain View

[4500]domain test

Table 13   VLAN View

[4500]vlan 2

 

Table 14   VLAN Inteface View

[4500]interface vlan 2

                                              

retry stop-accounting 

Configure the maximal retransmission times after stopping 
accounting request 

secondary accounting 

Configure the IP address and port number for the second 
RADIUS accounting server

secondary authentication 

Configure the IP address and port number for the second 
RADIUS authentication/authorization

Security -> RADIUS Client

server-type 

Configure the supported RADIUS server types

state 

Configure the state of RADIUS server

stop-accounting-buffer 

enable

Configure to save the stopping accounting requests without 
response in the Switch system buffer

timer 

Configure RADIUS server response timer

timer quiet 

Specify the wait time for re-activating primary server

timer realtime-accounting 

Configure the real-time accounting interval

timer response-timeout 

Configure the RADIUS server response timer

user-name-format 

Configure the username format sent to RADIUS server

Command

Description

Web Command

access-limit 

Configure a limit to the amount of supplicants in the current 
ISP domain

accounting optional

Enable the selection of RADIUS accounting option

idle-cut

Configure the user template in the current ISP domain

messenger 

Specify messenger service of domain

radius-scheme 

Configure the RADIUS server group used by the current ISP 
domain

scheme 

Configure the AAA scheme to be referenced by the current 
ISP domain

self-service-url

Specify self-service URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of domain

state 

Configure the state of the current ISP domain

Command

Description

Web Command

description

Configure a description for the current VLAN or VLAN 
interface

Device -> VLAN

igmp-snooping 

IGMP snooping

port 

Add ports to or delete ports from VLAN

Device -> VLAN

Command

Description

Web Command

description

Configure a description for the current VLAN or VLAN 
interface

dhcp-server 

Configure corresponding DHCP Server Group of a VLAN 
Interface

enable snmp trap

Enable SNMP traps on an interface

ip address

Configure an IP address for VLAN interface

Administration -> IP Setup 
-> Device -> VLAN Interface

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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Table 15   Ethernet Port View

[4500]interface ethernet 1/0/1

ip address dhcp-alloc

Configure a VLAN interface to obtain IP address using DHCP

Administration -> IP Setup 
-> Device -> VLAN Interface

rip authentication-mode

Configure RIP-2 authentication mode and its parameters

rip input

Allow an interface to receive RIP packets

rip metricin

Configure the additional route metric added to the route 
when an interface receives RIP packets

rip metricout 

Configure the additional route metric to the route when an 
interface transmits RIP packets

rip output

Allow an interface to transmit RIP packets to the network

rip split-horizon

Configure an interface to use split horizon when transmitting 
RIP packets

rip version 

Configure the RIP version of RIP packets on an interface

rip work

Enable the running of RIP on an interface

shutdown

Disable the VLAN interface

Device -> VLAN Interface

udp-helper server 

Configure the relay destination server

Command

Description

Web Command

am ip-pool 

Configure the IP address pool for access management on a 
port

arp static 

Configure the static ARP mapping entries in an ARP mapping 
table

broadcast-suppression 

Configure the broadcast traffic size enabled on port

Port -> Administration

description 

Configure name for a port

dot1x max-user 

Specify maximal on-line user number per port

dot1x port-control

Specify port authenticated status

dot1x port-method 

Specify port controlled method

dot1x supp-proxy-check

Check whether user(s) access the networks by proxy or not

duplex 

Configure the duplex mode of the port

Port -> Administration

enable snmp trap 

Enable/disable current port to transmit the LINK UP and LINK 
DOWN trap information

flow-control

Enable flow control on the Ethernet port 

Port -> Administration

lacp enable

Enable LACP

Port -> LACP

lacp port-priority 

Configure port priority value

Port -> LACP

line-rate 

Limit the total rate of the packets delivered by interfaces

loopback 

Configure the Ethernet port to perform the loopback test 

Tools -> Loopback

loopback-detection 

control enable

Enable loopback detection control function on a trunk or 
hybrid port

loopback-detection enable

Enable port loopback detection

loopback-detection per-

vlan enable

Configure loopback detection on all VLANs on trunk and 
hybrid ports

mac-address blackhole

Backhole entry, no age, can be added or deleted, and is saved 
to the configuration file

mac-address dynamic

Dynamic entry, age, can be added or deleted, and is lost after 
reset

mac-address max-mac-count 

Limit the number of MAC addresses to be learned by an 
Ethernet port

Port -> Administration

mac-address static

Static entry, no age can be added or deleted, and is saved to 
the configuration file

mac-authentication

Enable the centralized MAC address authentication feature on 
a specified port or globally

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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Table 16   Route Policy View

[4500]route-policy policy 1 permit node 1

               Specify name, action and node to see the options below

mdi 

Configure the network cable type of the Ethernet ports

Port -> Administration

mirrored-to 

Enable ACL traffic identification and perform traffic mirror

mirroring-port 

Configure a monitored port

Port -> Mirroring

monitor-port 

Configure a monitor port

Port -> Mirroring

multicast-suppression 

Configure the multicast traffic size enabled on port

packet-filter 

Activate ACL

poe enable*

Enable PoE

poe max-power*

Maximum Power

Device -> PoE

poe mode*

Port Mode

poe priority*

Port Priority

port access vlan 

Join the access port to a specified VLAN

Port -> Administration

port hybrid pvid vlan 

Configure the default VLAN ID of the hybrid port

Port -> Administration

port hybrid vlan 

Join the hybrid port to specified existing VLAN

Port -> Administration

port isolate

Add a port to an isolation group 

Port -> Administration

port link-aggregation 

group 

Add an Ethernet port into a manual or static aggregation 
group

port link-type

Configure the link type of Ethernet port

Port -> Administration

port trunk permit vlan

Join trunk port to specified VLAN

port trunk pvid vlan

Configure the default VLAN ID of trunk port

priority

Configure the priority of Ethernet port

priority trust

Configure system trusting the packet 802.1p priority and not 
replacing the 802.1p priorities carried by the packets with the 
port priority

rmon history

Add an entry to the history control table

rmon statistics

Add an entry to the statistic table

shutdown

Disable the port

Port -> Administration

speed

Configure the port speed

Port -> Administration

stp

Enable Spanning Tree Protocol

Port -> Spanning Tree Per Port

stp cost

Configure the path cost on a spanning tree for the current 
Ethernet port

Port -> Spanning Tree Per Port

stp disable

Disable spanning tree protocol on the port

stp edged-port

Configure the current port as an edge port

Port -> Spanning Tree Per Port

stp loop-protection

Enable loop protection function

Port -> Spanning Tree Per Port

stp mcheck

Force the port to work in RSTP mode

Port -> Spanning Tree Per Port

stp point-to-point

Configure the link to the current port as point-to-point link or 
not point-to-point link

Port -> Spanning Tree Per Port

stp port priority

Configure the priority of the current Ethernet port

Port -> Spanning Tree Per Port

stp root-protection

Enable Root protection  

Port -> Spanning Tree Per Port

stp transmit-limit

Set the maximum number of STP packets the current port can 
send within one Hello time

Port -> Spanning Tree Per Port

unicast-suppression

Configure the limit to unknown unicast flooding

voice vlan enable

Enable the Voice VLAN features on the port

wred

Configure WRED parameters

Command

Description

Web Command

apply cost

Configure the route cost value of route information

apply tag

Set a tag field of the matched route

Command

Description

Web Command

 


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Table 17   RIP View

[4500]rip

 

Table 18   ACL View

[4500]acl number xxxx

(where xxxx  is the acl number)

if-match acl

Configure the IP address range to match the acl

if-match IP

Configure the IP address range to match the IP

if-match IP-prefix

Configure the IP address range to match the IP prefix

if-match tag

Configure the IP address range to match the tag

if-match cost

Configure one of the match rules of route-policy to match 
the cost of the routing information

if-match interface

Set to match route whose next hop is designated interface

if-match ip next-hop

Configure one of the match rules of route-policy on the next 
hop address of the routing information

Command

Description

Web Command

checkzero

Perform the checkzero operation in the zero field of RIP-1

default cost

default routing cost of an imported route

host-route

Enable receiving host-routes

filter-policy

Spcify a route filtering policy

import-route

Import routes from other protocols into RIP

network

Enable routing protocol on the related network or interface

peer

Specify a peer route

preference

Specify an RIP route preference

reset

Reset RIP configuration

summary

Enable RIP-2 automatic route summarization

timers

Config RIP timers

Command

Description

Web Command

description

Specify the ACL description

rule

Add a subrule to an ACL

Device -> ACL
Security -> Authorized IP

Command

Description

Web Command

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Published: January, 2007