I will give an example of setting up the HP 5800 switch.Continue reading “Configuring HP 5800”
I will give an example of aggregation of two links into one on the HP 5800, in order to increase throughput. 1 Gbit/s + 1Gbit/s = 2Gbit/s. In the test on VLAN 400 without a tag, the Internet comes, and on a VLAN with tags other services.Continue reading “Configuring Link Aggregation on HP 5800”
Connect to the switch via telnet and enter the first command to switch to configuration mode:Continue reading “Configure super VLAN on HP 5800”
Authorized IP on the HP 5800 switch is used to allow telnet and http to connect to the switch only from specified IP addresses.Continue reading “Configuring Authorized IP on HP 5800”
On the test, I reset the configuration on the HP A5800 Series Switch JC103A.
And so, connect to the device and see what files are in the device’s memory:
By default, the configuration is saved in the file config.cfg, let’s say that it is, so we’ll delete it:
We removed the configuration file, now we will reboot the device:
On the offer to keep the configuration we will refuse and on the next issue agree to the reboot:
This command will reboot the device. Current configuration will be lost, save current configuration? [Y/N]:n This command will reboot the device. Continue? [Y/N]:y
Done, the switch will start with the default configuration, after which you can begin to configure, for example, as I described in the article – Настройка HP 5800
You can also try to reset the configuration as follows:
reset saved-configuration reboot
Either through the Boot menu, to open it, when you turn on the device, press Ctrl+D and pressing the number 5, we select in the menu the reset of the configuration:
5. Restore to factory default configuration
Then, press 0 to select the reboot:
When starting the switch, make sure that the configuration is reset:
display current-configuration display saved-configuration
File size: ~ 7 MB
Official site: www.hp.com
First make a copy of the configuration file on the tftp server:
backup startup-configuration to 192.168.1.100
To configure the PIM on the HP A5800 switch, connect to the switch via telnet and enter the following commands:
1) Enable the multicast routing switch and pim-sm in vlan 963 which comes from the provider.
system-view multicast routing-enable interface Vlan-interface 963 ip address 172.24.24.158 255.255.255.252 pim sm quit
2) Turn on pim-sm and igmp in vlan 964 on which IPTV will be broadcast to the local network.
interface Vlan-interface 964 ip address 172.25.25.25 255.255.192.0 pim sm igmp enable quit
3) We’ll assign the static ip from which the multicast is broadcast.
pim static-rp 10.0.200.200 quit
4) Add the route to ip from which the multicast is broadcast.
ip route-static 10.0.200.200 255.255.255.255 Vlan-interface963 172.24.24.157
5) Suppose that we accept multicast on vlan 963 tag.
interface Bridge-Aggregation1 port hybrid vlan 963 tagged
6) We will configure any free port for iptv verification and connect to it a computer for example with a playlist in the VLC player.
interface GigabitEthernet1/0/5 port access vlan 964
To test the health and diagnostics, you can use for example the following commands:
display pim interface display pim interface verbose display pim rp-info display pim bsr-info display pim neighbor display pim routing-table display igmp interface display pim control-message counters display pim claimed-route
The example will use the version of the HP A5800 Series Switch JC103A switch.Continue reading “HP A5800 Firmware Upgrade”
I’ll list some of the OIDs I used:
Determine the OID of the processor load by running the command in Linux:
snmpwalk -v 2c -c сommunity host .18.104.22.168.4.1.25506.2.6.1.22.214.171.124 snmpwalk -v 2c -c сommunity host .126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206
As a result of the execution of the first command, a list of OIDs will be displayed, those in which a value greater than 0 means CPU loading. If the switches are stacked, then the OID with a value greater than zero will be greater than one. The second team is looking at the description, ours will be “Board”.
Determine the OID of memory usage:
snmpwalk -v 2c -c сommunity host .220.127.116.11.4.1.25506.2.6.1.18.104.22.168
Determine the OID of the temperature:
snmpwalk -v 2c -c сommunity host .22.214.171.124.4.1.25506.2.6.1.126.96.36.199
OID to view the ARP list:
We look in what vlan are ip:
SNMP OID and MIB for interfaces