Catalyst 2950 Desktop Switch Software Configuration Guide, 12.0(5.2)WC(1)
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X -

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A

AAA

configuring4-107

managing4-101

aaa accounting command4-106

aaa authorization command4-105

aaa authorization exec tacacs+ local command4-106

aaa new-model command4-104, 4-107

abbreviations

char, variable fieldA-3

chars, variable fieldA-3

dec, variable fieldA-3

hex, variable fieldA-3

inet, variable fieldA-3

accessing

CMS2-2

command modes2-25

member switches5-6, 5-28

MIB files2-35

MIB objects2-34, 2-35

MIB variables2-35

accounting in TACACS+4-102

adding

Ethernet VLAN to database5-25

member switches to standby group3-24

secure addresses4-52, 4-54

static addresses4-55, 4-57

switches to cluster3-12

address

count, secure4-60

resolution4-47

security violations4-59

see also addresses

addresses

dynamic

accelerated aging4-83

aging time4-50, 4-51

default aging4-83

described4-49

removing4-52

MAC

adding secure4-52

aging time4-50

discovering4-47, 4-50

tables, managing4-49

secure

adding4-52, 4-54

described4-49, 4-52

removing4-55

static

adding4-55, 4-57

configuring (EtherChannel)4-57

described4-49, 4-55

removing4-58

Address Management window4-50

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)

see ARP table

address table

aging time, configuring4-51

dynamic addresses, removing4-52

MAC4-49

secure addresses

adding4-54

removing4-55

static addresses

adding4-57

removing4-58

administrative information, displaying3-33

advertisements, VTP5-9

aggregation

enterprise workgroup1-6

small to medium business workgroup1-7

aging, accelerating4-83

aging time, changing address4-50, 4-51

alarms group, in RMON2-38

allowed-VLAN list5-34

AppleTalk Remote Access (ARA)4-105

Apply button2-4

ARP table

address resolution4-47

illustrated4-48

managing4-47

authentication, enabling NTP4-26

authentication in TACACS+4-102

authorization in TACACS+4-102

autonegotiation

connecting to devices without3-41

mismatches7-1

B

bandwidth, graphing2-19

BPDU message interval4-92

broadcast client mode, configuring4-26

broadcast messages, configuring for4-26

broadcast storm control

disabling4-21

enabling4-18, 4-20

broadcast traffic and protected ports4-101

buttons, CMS window2-4

bytes, graphing6-2

C

C2900/C3500 traps3-63, 4-45

cabling, redundant3-17

Cancel button2-4

candidates

adding3-12

automatically discovering3-6

changing management VLAN for3-37

displaying all3-14

requirements3-3

suggested3-6

why not added3-13

Caution describedxvii

caveats

password and privilege level3-11

CDP

configuring4-62, 4-63

disabling for routing device4-67, 4-68

discovering candidates with3-6

Cisco Discovery Protocol

see CDP

Cisco Systems access page3-29

CiscoWorks, as an example of CMS2-36

Class of Service

see CoS

CLI

accessing1-5

command modes2-25

error messages2-31

managing cluster members with2-29

using2-24

client mode, VTP5-8

Cluster Builder

changing the polling interval3-31

device and link icons2-7

illustrated3-13

interface2-5

label meanings2-9

menu options2-7

overview1-5

pop-up menus2-11, 2-12

saving configuration changes3-33

starting2-20

toolbar icons2-6

using2-9

Cluster management described3-1

Cluster Management Suite

see CMS

Cluster Management Suite (CMS)2-35

Cluster Manager

menu options2-15

overview1-4

pop-up menus2-17, 2-18

toolbar icons2-19

using2-14

clusters

accessing3-5

adding switches to3-12, 3-14

configuring3-5, 3-8

creating2-9

creating performance graphs6-1

described3-1, 5-4

disqualification code3-13

host name changes3-10

inventory, displaying3-33

management tasks3-27

management VLAN, changing3-35

managing2-29, 2-37, 3-1

password changes3-11

planning3-2

redundancy3-2, 3-17

removing switches from3-12, 3-14

settings, configuring initial3-30

see also candidates, command switch, member switches, standby groups

cluster setup command3-14

cluster tree2-19

Cluster View

device and link icons2-7

device menu options2-14

displaying3-13

interface2-5

menu options2-7

overview1-5

toolbar icons2-6

using2-13

CMS2-35

accessing2-2, 3-28

overview1-4

privilege level2-28

using2-3

windows, using2-3

colors

devices in CMS2-9

command-line error messages2-31

command-line interface

see CLI

command modes2-25, 2-26

commands

?2-30

aaa accounting4-106

aaa authorization4-105

aaa authorization exec tacacs+ local4-106

abbreviating2-30

cluster setup3-14

copy running-config startup-config2-34

default2-31

dir flash2-33

help2-30

list of available2-27, 2-30

name3-22

no2-31

preempt3-22

rcommand2-29

redisplaying2-30

redundancy-enable3-22

resetting to defaults2-31

show cluster candidates3-14

show cluster members2-29, 3-14

spanning-tree root guard4-99

stp-list4-80

undoing2-31

command switch

and management1-5

and managing with SNMP2-37

configuration conflicts7-14

defined1-3, 3-1

enabling3-5, 4-10

privilege levels2-29

recovery

from failure3-19, 7-8

from failure without HSRP3-19

from lost member connectivity7-14

redundant (standby)3-17

removing from standby group3-25

replacing

with another switch7-12

with cluster member7-9

requirements3-3

standby3-17, 3-18, 3-20

see also candidates, member switches

command variables, listing2-30

community strings

added to new members3-10

configuring3-10, 3-60, 4-42

SNMP2-37, 3-10

compatibility

cluster3-2

feature4-2

config trap3-63, 4-45

configuration

changes

saving3-33

conflicts, managing4-2, 7-14

default VLAN5-21

files, saving to an external server2-33

guidelines

port3-41

VLANs5-20

VTP5-10

VTP version5-11

saving to Flash memory2-34

VTP, default5-12

see also configuring

configuring

802.1p class of service5-37

AAA4-107

aging time4-51

broadcast messages4-26

broadcast storm control4-19

CDP4-62, 4-63

clusters3-5, 3-8

cluster settings, initial3-30

community strings3-10, 3-60, 4-42

date and time4-22

daylight saving time4-23

DNS4-39

duplex3-38, 3-49

flooding controls4-18

flow control3-49

hello time4-92

hops4-64

HSRP groups3-22

IP information4-26

load sharing5-45, 5-48

login authentication4-104

management VLAN3-37

multicast router port4-79

native VLANs5-36

NTP4-24

passwords2-27

Port Fast3-38

ports3-42

multiple mixed3-43

protected port4-100

through Cluster Manager2-17, 3-38

through VSM2-21

privilege levels2-27

redundant clusters3-17

RMON groups2-38

SNMP3-59, 4-41

speed3-38, 3-41, 3-49

standalone switches4-9

standby group3-22

standby groups3-19, 3-22

static addresses (EtherChannel)4-57

STP4-80

path costs5-48

port priorities5-45

root guard4-98, 4-99

switches

member2-29

overview4-1

standalone4-9

TACACS+4-101

trap managers3-63, 4-44

trunk port5-31

trunks5-30, 5-33

VLANs5-1, 5-5, 5-20, 5-24

voice ports4-108

VTP5-10, 5-12

VTP client mode5-15

VTP server mode5-14

VTP transparent mode5-6, 5-16

configuring a multicast router port4-76

conflicts

configuration4-2, 7-14

upgrade3-55

consistency checks in VTP version 25-10

conventions

commandxvi

for examplesxvi

Note and Cautionxvii

textxvi

copy running-config startup-config command2-34

CoS3-39

configuring5-37

configuring priority queues5-42

defining5-39

D

database, VTP5-19, 5-24

date, setting4-22

daylight saving time4-23

default configuration

VLANs5-21

VTP5-12

defaults, resetting to2-31

default settings, changing4-3

deleting VLAN from database5-27

deployment examples1-6

destination-based forwarding4-14

destination-based port groups4-12, 4-57

device arrangement3-32

device pop-up menu2-18

DHCP4-29

configuring

DHCP server4-32

DNS4-33

example4-37

relay device4-34

TFTP server4-33

dir flash command2-33

disabling

broadcast storm control4-21

port security4-62

SNMP4-42

SNMP agent3-60

STP4-83, 4-84

Switch Port Analyzer (SPAN)4-18

trunking on a port5-34

trunk port5-34

VTP5-16

VTP version 25-18

disqualification code3-13

DNS

configuring4-39

described4-39

enabling4-41

documentation, relatedxvii

domain name

described4-39

specifying4-39, 4-40, 5-10

Domain Name System server

see DNS

domains for VLAN management5-7

DTP5-33

duplex

configuration guidelines3-41

configuring3-49

dynamic addresses

see addresses

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

see DHCP

Dynamic Trunk Protocol (DTP)5-33

E

egress port scheduling5-38

eligible switches3-20

enable password

see passwords

enable secret password

see passwords

enabling

broadcast storm control4-18, 4-20

command switch3-5, 4-10

DNS4-41

HSRP3-22

NTP authentication4-26

Port Fast4-95, 4-97

port security4-58, 4-61

SNMP4-42

SNMP agent3-60

STP Port Fast4-95, 4-97

Switch Port Analyzer (SPAN)4-15, 4-17

traps3-63

UplinkFast4-87

VTP version 25-17

encapsulation5-37

enterprise workgroup aggregation1-6

error messages2-31

errors, graphing6-2

EtherChannel port groups

configuring static address for4-57

creating4-11, 4-15

Ethernet VLAN

adding to database5-25

defaults and ranges5-21

modifying5-26

events group, in RMON2-38

examples

conventions forxvi

deployment1-6

extended discovery4-63

F

facility codesA-1

Fast EtherChannel port groups, creating4-11

Fast Ethernet trunks5-29

FDDI-Net VLAN defaults and ranges5-22

FDDI VLAN defaults and ranges5-21

features

configuration conflicts between2-25

default settings4-2

incompatible4-2

IOS1-2

Flash memory, files in2-33, 2-34

flooding controls

configuring4-18

illustrated4-19

flow control, configuring3-49

forwarding

controlling (SNMP)2-37

delay4-89, 4-93

port groups4-12

restrictions4-14

source-based, illustrated4-12

see also broadcast storm control

forwarding window, static address4-55

FTP, accessing MIB files with2-35

G

get-next-request operation2-36, 2-37

get-request operation2-36, 2-37

get-response operation2-37

Gigabit Ethernet

ports, configuring flow control on3-50

settings3-42

trunks5-29

global configuration mode2-26

graphing bytes6-2

graphs

bandwidth2-19

link utilization6-1

percent utilization6-2

poll result2-36

H

hardware

supported switches1-3

hello BPDU interval4-92

hello time

changing4-92

defined4-89

help, getting2-20, 2-30

Help button2-4

history group, in RMON2-38

home page, VSM4-10

hops, configuring4-64

host names

abbreviations appended to3-21

changes to3-10

changing3-32

to address mappings4-39

Hot Standby Router Protocol

see HSRP

HSRP3-17, 3-22

see also standby group

I

icons

Cluster Builder2-7

Cluster Manager toolbar2-19

Cluster View2-7

IEEE 802.1Q

configuration considerations5-30

interaction with other features5-30

native VLAN for untagged traffic5-36

overview5-29

IEEE 802.1Q trunks5-30

IGMP snooping4-64

configuring a multicast router port4-69

disabling4-66

enabling4-66

joining a multicast group4-70

leaving a multicast group4-76

Immediate Leave4-68

defined4-68

disable4-69

enable4-69

ingress port scheduling5-37

interface configuration mode2-27

interfaces

Cluster Builder2-5

Cluster View2-5

IOS supported1-4

Internet Group Management Protocol

see IGMP snooping

inventory, displaying3-33

IOS

see software and upgrading3-2

IP addresses

and admittance to standby groups3-20

candidate3-4

discovering4-47

management VLAN3-4

point of access3-1

in redundant clusters3-18

removing4-29

see also IP information

IP information

assigning4-28

configuring4-26

displaying3-33

removing4-29

IP Management window4-27

IP setup program7-10, 7-12

IPX server time-out, and Port Fast4-95

L

LEDs, monitoring3-39, 3-41

line configuration mode2-27

link

graph, illustrated6-3

utilization graphs6-1

link icons, Cluster Builder and Cluster View2-7

link information, displaying3-34

load sharing

STP, described5-43

using STP path cost5-46

using STP port priorities5-44

location of displayed switches3-32

location of switches, displaying3-33

login authentication, configuring4-104

M

MAC addresses

adding secure4-52

aging time4-50

discovering4-47, 4-50

MAC address tables, managing4-49

management interface features2-1

management options1-4

management VLAN

changes, understanding3-4

changing3-4, 3-34

configuring3-37

described5-4

IP address3-4

Management VLAN window3-36

map

see also network map

membership mode, VLAN port5-3

member switches

accessing5-6, 5-28

adding

with Cluster Builder3-12

from the command line3-14

to standby group3-24

assigning host names to3-10

defined1-3

displaying inventory of3-33

managing2-29

order3-31

passwords, inherited3-11

recovering from lost connectivity7-14

removing

from standby group3-25

upgrading3-57, 3-58

see also candidates, command switch

menu options

Cluster Builder2-7

Cluster Manager2-15

Cluster View2-7, 2-14

VSM2-22

see also pop-up menus

messages, CLI error2-31

message severity levels

descriptionA-2

tableA-2

MIB files, accessing2-35

MIB objects, accessing2-34

MIB variables, accessing2-35

mismatches, autonegotiation7-1

mnemonic codeA-2

Mode button2-21, 3-39, 3-40

model numbers, displaying3-33

modes

command2-25

VLAN port membership5-3

VTP

see VTP modes

Modify button2-4

modules

installed, displaying3-33

monitoring

devices with Cluster Manager2-14

LEDs3-39, 3-41

ports3-38, 4-15

traffic4-15

VTP5-18

multicast groups

joining4-70

leaving4-76

multicast traffic, and protected ports4-101

N

name command3-22

NAT3-9

native VLANs5-36

NCPs4-105

Network Address Translation

see NAT

Network Control Protocols (NCPs)4-105

network map

creating3-30

saving3-30

Network Time Protocol. See NTP

no commands, using2-31

Note describedxvii

NTP

authentication, enabling4-26

broadcast-client mode4-26

client4-25

configuring4-24

described4-24

illustrated4-25

O

OK button2-4

online help, displaying2-4

order, switch3-31

P

packets

graphing6-2

parallel links5-43

passwords

candidate switch3-6

changing4-11

community strings4-42

member switch, inherited3-11

recovery of3-19, 7-6

setting2-27

TACACS+ server4-102

VTP domain5-11

path cost4-96, 4-97, 5-46

polling interval3-31

poll results, graphing2-36

pop-up menus

Cluster Builder candidate2-11

Cluster Builder link2-12

Cluster Builder member2-12

Cluster Manager device2-18

Cluster Manager port2-17

port-connection information, displaying3-34

Port Fast

configuring3-38

enabling4-95, 4-97

port groups

and trunks5-31

configuring3-38

configuring static addresses (EtherChannel)4-57

creating EtherChannel4-11, 4-15

destination-based4-12, 4-57

forwarding4-12

restrictions on forwarding4-14

source-based4-12, 4-57

see also ports

port membership modes, VLAN5-3

port-monitoring conflicts with trunks5-30

port pop-up menu2-17

ports

configuration guidelines3-41

configuring

through Cluster Manager3-38, 3-42

multiple mixed3-43

with port pop-up menu2-17

protected ports4-100

trunk5-31

voice4-108

through VSM2-21

Gigabit Ethernet

configuring flow control on3-50

monitoring3-38, 5-30

priority4-98, 5-37, 5-44

protected ports4-100

secure4-60, 5-31

security

described4-58

disabling4-62

enabling4-61

speed, setting and checking3-38, 3-41

static-access5-3, 5-5, 5-28

STP parameters, changing4-93

trunk

configuring5-31

disabling5-34

trunks5-3, 5-29

VLAN, displaying3-50

VLAN assignments5-5, 5-28

see also port groups

port scheduling5-37

preempt command3-22

priority

assigning standby3-22

modifying switch4-91

port

described5-37

modifying4-96, 4-98

standby group member3-20

privileged EXEC mode2-26

privilege levels

command switch2-29

inherited3-11

mapping on member switches2-29, 3-11

setting2-27

specifying2-28

web-based management application2-2

properties, displaying switch3-33

protected ports, configuring4-100

publications, relatedxvii

Q

QoS

egress port scheduling5-38

ingress port scheduling5-37, 5-42

R

rcommand2-29

recovery procedures7-4

redundancy

cluster3-2, 3-17

STP4-83

path cost5-46

port priority5-44

UplinkFast4-84

redundancy-enable command3-22

remote devices without autonegotiation, connecting to3-42

remove vlan-list parameter5-34

removing

dynamic address entries4-52

IP information4-29

secure addresses4-55

standby group from network3-26

static addresses4-55, 4-58

switches from a standby group3-25

Requested and Actual settings3-41

RMON

configuring4-108

supported groups2-38

root guard4-98, 4-99

S

saving

cluster configuration3-33

network map3-30

secure address count4-60

secure addresses

adding4-52, 4-54

described4-52

removing4-55

secure ports

address-security violations4-59

disabling4-62

enabling4-58, 4-61

maximum secure address count4-60

and trunks5-31

security

port4-58

TACACS+4-102

violations, address4-59

Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP)4-105

serial numbers, displaying3-33

server, domain name4-41

server mode, VTP5-8

server time-out, and Port Fast4-95

set-request operation2-36, 2-37

setting

see configuring

settings

cluster, initial3-30

default, changing4-3

duplex3-38, 3-41, 3-49

multiple mixed port3-43

port, monitoring3-39

Requested and Actual3-41

speed3-49

user, changing3-31

setup program7-10, 7-12

severity levels

descriptionA-2

tableA-2

show cluster candidates command3-14

show cluster members command2-29, 3-14

SLIP4-105

small to medium-sized business workgroup aggregation1-7

SNMP3-59

accessing MIB variables with2-35

agent3-60

community strings

changes to3-10

configuring3-60, 4-42

configuring for

cluster members3-59

single switches4-41

disabling3-60

enabling3-60

enabling and disabling4-42

management, using2-34

managing clusters with2-37

network management platforms1-5

RMON groups2-38

trap managers, configuring3-63, 4-44

trap types3-63, 3-64, 4-45

SNMP Configuration window, displaying2-20

SNMP Manager, illustrated3-61, 3-62

software

recovery procedures7-5

reloading3-59

requirements for

changing management VLAN3-36

joining standby groups3-20

to support clustering3-2

upgrading switch3-51

version numbers, displaying3-33

see also upgrading

Software Upgrade window2-20

source-based forwarding4-14

source-based port groups4-12, 4-57

SPAN

described4-15

disabling4-18

enabling4-17

ports, restrictions4-2

Spanning-Tree Protocol

see STP

spanning-tree rootguard command4-99

speed, setting3-38, 3-41, 3-49

splash screen, displaying at startup3-31

standalone switches

configuring4-9

Standby Command Configuration window3-20, 3-21

standby command switch requirements3-20

standby group

adding switches to3-24

configuration guidelines3-22

configuring3-17, 3-19, 3-22

priority, configuring3-20

removing from network3-26

removing switches from3-25

startup configuration, copying to PC or server3-52

static-access ports

assigning to VLAN5-5, 5-28

described5-5

VLAN membership combinations5-3

static addresses

adding4-55, 4-57

configuring for EtherChannel port groups4-57

described4-49, 4-55

removing4-58

see also static address

static address forwarding restrictions4-14

static address forwarding window4-55

statistics, VTP5-18

statistics group, in RMON2-38

status, monitoring port3-38

STP

BPDU message interval4-92

configuring4-80

disabling4-83, 4-84

forwarding delay timer4-93

hello BPDU interval4-92

implementation type4-90

load sharing

overview5-43

using path costs5-46

using port priorities5-44

number of supported instances5-2

parameters4-80

path cost

changing4-97

configuring5-48

Port Fast

enabling4-95, 4-97

port grouping parameters4-13, 5-31

port parameters, changing4-93

port priority4-98, 5-45

redundant connectivity4-83

redundant links with UplinkFast4-84

root guard4-98, 4-99

supported number of spanning-tree instances4-80

switch priority4-91

UplinkFast4-84, 4-87

VLAN parameters described4-87

stp-list parameter4-80

Sun Microsystems

URL for required plug-in4-9

switches

see candidates, command switch, member switches

Switch Port Analyzer (SPAN)

disabling4-18

enabling4-15, 4-17

illustrated4-16

switchport command5-33

system date and time4-22

T

tables

message severity levelsA-2

variable fieldsA-3

TACACS+

AAA accounting commands4-106

AAA authorization commands4-105

configuring4-101

initializing4-104

server, creating4-103

tacacs-server host command4-103

tacacs-server retransmit command4-103, 4-107

tacacs-server timeout command4-103

Telnet, starting from browser2-33

TFTP server, upgrading multiple switches with3-52

time

daylight saving4-23

setting4-22

time zones4-22

TLV5-10

Token Ring VLANs

overview5-20

TrBRF5-10, 5-22

TrCRF5-10, 5-23

toolbar icons

Cluster Builder2-6

Cluster Manager2-19

Cluster View2-6

topology3-30

see also network map

traceback reportsA-4

traffic

forwarding, and protected ports4-100

monitoring4-15

reducing flooded4-18

transmit queue5-38

transparent mode, VTP5-8, 5-16

trap managers

adding4-44, 4-47

configuring3-63, 4-44

supported3-63

traps2-37, 3-63, 4-45

TrBRF VLAN defaults and ranges5-22

TrCRF VLAN defaults and ranges5-23

troubleshooting

IOS7-1

with CiscoWorks20002-36

trunk ports

configuring5-31

disabling5-34

trunks

allowed-VLAN list5-34

configuration conflicts5-30

configuring5-33

disabling5-34

IEEE 802.1Q5-30

interacting with other features5-30

load sharing using

STP path costs5-46

STP port priorities5-44

native VLAN for untagged traffic5-36

overview5-29

parallel5-46

VLAN, overview5-29

VLAN membership combinations5-4

TTY traps3-63, 4-45

U

UDLD4-100

unicast traffic, and protected ports4-101

UniDirectional Link Detection

see UDLD

Unrecognized Type-Length-Value (TLV) support5-10

upgrading

1900 and 2820 member switches3-58

2900, 2950, and 3500 member switches3-57

conflicts while3-55

multiple switches with TFTP3-52

software

with CLI3-55

with VSM3-59

standalone switches3-55

switch software3-51

UplinkFast

enabling4-87

redundant links4-84

user EXEC mode2-26

user settings3-31

User Settings window, displaying2-20

utilization graphs6-1

V

variable fields

definitionA-3

tableA-3

version-dependent transparent mode5-10

virtual IP address

HSRP3-18

standby group member3-21

see also IP addresses

VLAN

port membership modes5-3

trunks, overview5-29

VLAN database mode2-26

VLAN ID, discovering4-47, 4-50

VLAN membership

combinations5-3

described5-4

displaying3-50

modes5-3

port group parameters4-13

traps3-63, 4-45

see also dynamic ports VLAN membership

VLAN membership combinations5-3

VLAN Membership window2-20

VLANs

802.1Q considerations5-30

adding to database5-25

aging dynamic addresses4-83

allowed on trunk5-34

changing5-26

configuration guidelines5-20

configuring5-1, 5-5, 5-24

default configuration5-21

deleting from database5-27

described5-1

displaying3-50

illustrated5-2

MAC addresses4-50

modifying5-26

native, configuring5-36

number supported5-2

static-access ports5-5, 5-26, 5-28

STP parameters, changing4-87

supported5-2

Token Ring5-20

trunks configured with other features5-30

see also trunks

VTP database and5-19

VTP modes5-8

See also management VLAN

voice ports, configuring4-108

VSM

accessing4-9

conflicts while upgrading3-55

home page2-21, 4-10

menu options2-22

overview1-4

privilege level2-28

using2-20

VTP

advertisements5-9

configuration guidelines5-10

configuring5-12

consistency checks5-10

database5-19, 5-24

default configuration5-12

described5-6

disabling5-16

domain names5-10

domains5-7

modes

client5-8

configuring5-15

server5-8, 5-14

transitions5-8

transparent5-6, 5-8, 5-16

monitoring5-18

statistics5-18

Token Ring support5-10

transparent mode, configuring5-16

traps3-63, 4-45

using5-6

version, determining5-11

version 15-10

version 2

configuration guidelines5-11

disabling5-18

enabling5-17

overview5-10

VLAN parameters5-19

W

web-based management, using2-2

Weighted Round Robin

see WRR

WRR

configuring5-43

defining5-39

description5-39

X

Xmodem protocol7-5