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Updated:December 11, 2018
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Smartport Interface Configuration on ESW2-350G Switches
The use of Smartports give devices an automatic and convenient way of sharing configurations to other connected devices. A macro is a script of Command Line Interface (CLI) commands that are configured on a interface for a particular network device. Smartport macros can be applied on interfaces level or system level. In the Interface settings area, Smartport macros can be applied to all the interfaces or specific interfaces.
The objective of this document is to explain interface based Smartport configuration on ESW2-350G Switches.
• ESW2-350G • ESW2-350G-DC
Smartport Interface Configuration
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility and choose Smartport > Interface Settings. The Interface Settings page opens:
Step 2. Click the radio button that corresponds to the Smartport type to apply a Smartport Macro on all interfaces in the Reapply Smartport Macro field.
• All Switches, Router and Wireless Access points — Apply Smartport macro to all devices.
• All Switches — Only switch macro type.
• All Routers — Only router macro type.
• All Wireless Access Points — Only Wireless access point macro type.
Step 3. Click Apply.
Step 4. (Optional) Choose the interface type from the Interface Type Equals To drop-down list.
Step 5. (Optional) Check the Smartport Type Equals To check box to filter the interfaces with respect to the Smartport type.
Step 6. (Optional) Choose the smartport device type to which the CLI commands are configured from the Smartport Type Equals To drop-down list. Click Go.
Step 7. (Optional) To edit a Smartport macro on each interface click the Interface radio button and click Edit. The Edit Smartport window appears:
Step 8. Click the desired radio button from the interface field.
• Port — If statistics for a single port are to be received. Choose a port from the adjacent drop-down list.
• LAG — Contains group of ports. Choose a LAG from the adjacent drop-down list.
Note: The Smartport Type displays the Smartport type applied for the interface.
Step 9. From the Smartport Application drop-down list choose the smartport application type.
Note: If Auto Smartport is chosen, the Smartport type is automatically applied by detecting the device with the use of CDP and LLDP.
Step 10. (Optional) Check the Enabled check box for the Persistent Status which enables the association between the smartport and interface even the interface is down.
Step 11. Enter the desired parameters in the Macro Parameter field. This section displays the parameter values of the Smartport macro applied or to be applied to the interface.
Step 12. Click Apply.
Step 13. (Optional) Click Copy Settings to copy the settings of one interface to another.
Step 14. (Optional) Enter the interface name/number to which the macro needs to be copied in the To field separated by commas. Click Apply.
Note: To copy/save configuration permanently please refer to the article Copy or Save Configuration on ESW2-350G Switches.