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Quick Links. See also: Installation Manual. Table of Contents. GST Smart Switch. Hawking technology network adapter user's guide 38 pages. Information is subject to change without notice. A direct connection to the Internet and a Web browser such as Internet Explorer or Netscape are required.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions: a This device may not cause harmful interference and b This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Page 6 Reset This book describes the software configuration procedures and explains the options available within those procedures.

The PDF version of the chapter you were viewing opens in a browser window. It also leads you through the steps necessary to get started, using the SmartWizard Discovery utility.

This switch will function as a simple switch without using the management software but its use enables you to configure more advanced features and consequently improve switch efficiency and the overall performance of your network.

Select your switch by clicking on the line that shows it. Then click the Web Access button. The discovery utility displays a login window similar to the following Proceed as follows: 1. Page Web Access 1. Set IP address and subnet mask appropriately. The subnet mask value should be identical to that set in the switch.

The PC IP address must be different from that of the switch but lie in the same subnet. Page Password Change 2. Click Set to enable the new password. Page 19 Figure The application software for the GST Smart Switch is upgradeable, enabling your switch to take advantage of improvements and additional features as they become available.

The upgrade procedure and the required equipment are described as follows. This procedure assumes that you have downloaded or otherwise obtained the firmware upgrade and that you have it available as a binary file on your computer. Your GST Smart Switch provides a built-in browser interface that enables you to configure and manage it remotely using a standard Web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.

Page The Navigation Menu Figure 3. Enter the password the factory default is password and click Login. The Navigation Menu As shown below, logging in brings you to the view of the browser interface. Within the various browser interface pages, there are several other buttons that you can use.

The switch will only respond to requests from computers with an IP address in the list, so include your IP address with their corresponding subnet mask to set this feature. Add or remove IP addresses on the IP access list.

A screen similar to that shown below appears. Page 29 Click Apply to add the IP address and subnet mask. Setup The System Setting page lets you give your switch a name and location, as well as other initial configuration settings. Click Set-up in the blue navigation panel. Page 31 Figure 2. System Name: Assign a system name for the switch. This name is enables you to track your switch.

Location Name: Assign a location name for the switch. This field assists you in keeping track of which switch you are connected to when you are connected to your switch remotely.

Password The Password page enables you to change the authentication type and password for the switch. Click Password in the blue navigation panel. Figure 2. Page Radius Server 3. Specify the new password: a. Old Password: Enter the current password to access the switch.

New Password: Enter the new password to access the switch. The maximum length of password is 15 characters. All printable characters are allowed. Page Mac Address Table 1. Click Static Address in the blue navigation panel. Add or remove static addresses on the Static Addresses list. Click Add on the Static Addresses screen. Figure b. Click Remove to remove the table entries.

The result would be the TTL value for the information advertised. Configured values will be applied only to selected ports of the switch. LLDP Statistics 1. Click Statistics in the blue navigation panel.

Page Local Information Local Information 1. Click Local Information in the blue navigation panel. Page 47 If auto-negotiation supported and enabled in both the systems, there should be no speed difference. Maximum Frame Maximum size of a frame that can be transmitted. Size Table MED Set Details Page Logs Logs are used to record various events in the system.

By configuring logging system, you can control how many and what log messages are recorded for later reference. Click Logs Configuration in the blue navigation panel. Click Enable Logging to enable logging. Click the desired severity levels for the RAM and flash logs. See configure the server logs. Page Flash Logs 2. Click Clear Logs to clear the memory logs.

Flash Logs 1. Click Flash Logs in the blue navigation panel. Page Server Logs 2. Click Clear Logs to clear the flash logs. The switch uses the UDP protocol to send log messages to the remote server. Click Server Logs in the blue navigation panel. Page 53 2. Add or remove server logs on the Server Logs list. Adding a server log to the Server Logs list a. Click Add on the Server Logs screen. Page 57 Default Priority: Assigns packet priority for packets arriving at the port without tagging.

If the packet comes in with tag or priority-tag, the priority is retrieved from the priority field of the tag. Click Next Port to set the configuration settings of the next port. Click Apply to update the port configuration settings. Statistics This page shows information from each port's internal counters.

Page 59 Octets: indicates total octets transmitted. Then, assign the IEEE The switch empties the four hardware priority queues in order, beginning with the highest priority queue to the lowest priority queue.

Each hardware queue will transmit all of the packets in its buffer before permitting the next lower priority to transmit its packets. Check or uncheck the Port ID you want to add or remove. Click Apply. To change the PVID: 1. The switch supports 8 port-based VLANs. Any user-assigned VLAN cannot have member ports that belong to different port groups.


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