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Assigning an OSPF Process to a VRF Instance - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Assigning an OSPF Process to a VRF Instance OSPF routes are supported on all VRF instances. See Open Shortest Path First (OSPFv2) for complete OSPF configuration information. Assign an OSPF process to a VRF instance . Return to CONFIGURATION mode to enable th...

Configuring a Static Route - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Configuring a Static Route Configure a static route that points to a management interface. CONFIGURATION management route ip-address mask managementethernet or management route ipv6-address prefix-length managementethernet You can also have the management rou...

Dynamic Route Leaking - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Dynamic Route Leaking Route Leaking is a powerful feature that enables communication between isolated (virtual) routing domains by segregating and sharing a set of services such as VOIP, Video, and so on that are available on one routing domain with other vir...

Debugging the IPv6 DHCP - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Debugging the IPv6 DHCP To debug the IPv6 DHCP, use the following command. Display debug information for IPV6 DHCP. EXEC Privilege mode debug ipv6 dhcp

Configuring Dynamic ARP Inspection - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Configuring Dynamic ARP Inspection To enable dynamic ARP inspection, use the following commands. Enable DHCP snooping. Validate ARP frames against the DHCP snooping binding table. INTERFACE VLAN mode arp inspection Examples of Viewing the ARP Information To v...

Protocol Overview - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Protocol Overview FRRP is built on a ring topology. You can configure up to 255 rings on a system. FRRP uses one Master node and multiple Transit nodes in each ring. There is no limit to the number of nodes on a ring. The Master node is responsible for the in...

Configuring the Control VLAN - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Configuring the Control VLAN Control and member VLANS are configured normally for Layer 2. Their status as control or member is determined at the FRRP group commands. For more information about configuring VLANS in Layer 2 mode, refer to Layer 2. Be sure to f...

Setting the FRRP Timers - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Setting the FRRP Timers To set the FRRP timers, use the following command. NOTE: Set the Dead-Interval time 3 times the Hello-Interval. Enter the desired intervals for Hello-Interval or Dead-Interval times. CONFIG-FRRP mode. timer { hello-interval|dead-interv...

Enabling GVRP Globally - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Enabling GVRP Globally To configure GVRP globally, use the following command. Enable GVRP for the entire switch. CONFIGURATION mode gvrp enable Example of Configuring GVRP Dell(conf)#protocol gvrp Dell(config-gvrp)#no disable Dell(config-gvrp)#show config ! p...

Configuring the VRRP Version for an IPv4 Group - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Configuring the VRRP Version for an IPv4 Group For IPv4, you can configure a VRRP group to use one of the following VRRP versions: VRRPv2 as defined in RFC 3768, Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)  VRRPv3 as defined in RFC 5798, Virtual Router Redundan...

Configure GVRP Registration - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Configure GVRP Registration Configure GVRP registration. There are two GVRP registration modes: Fixed Registration Mode — figuring a port in fixed registration mode allows for manual creation and registration of VLANs, prevents VLAN deregistration, and regist...

Configure a GARP Timer - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Configure a GARP Timer Set GARP timers to the same values on all devices that are exchanging information using GVRP. There are three GARP timer settings. Join — A GARP device reliably transmits Join messages to other devices by sending each Join message two t...

Forcing an Stack Unit Failover - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Forcing an Stack Unit Failover To force an Stack unit failover, use the following command. Use this feature when you are replacing a stack unit and when you are performing a warm upgrade. To trigger a stack unit failover. EXEC Privilege mode redundancy force-...

Recognize an Overtemperature Condition - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Recognize an Overtemperature Condition An overtemperature condition occurs, for one of two reasons: the card genuinely is too hot or a sensor has malfunctioned. Inspect cards adjacent to the one reporting the condition to discover the cause. If directly adjac...

Viewing Physical Port Session Parameters - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Viewing Physical Port Session Parameters BFD sessions are configured with default intervals and a default role (active). Dell Networking recommends maintaining the default values. To view session parameters, use the show bfd neighbors detail command. Example ...

Important Points to Remember - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Important Points to Remember Dell Networking OS supports 128 sessions per stack unit at 200 minimum transmit and receive intervals with a multiplier of 3, and 64 sessions at 100 minimum transmit and receive intervals with a multiplier of 4. Enable BFD on both...

Changing Static Route Session Parameters - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Changing Static Route Session Parameters BFD sessions are configured with default intervals and a default role. The parameters you can configure are: Desired TX Interval, Required Min RX Interval, Detection Multiplier, and system role. These parameters are co...

Displaying an IPv6 Interface Information - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Displaying an IPv6 Interface Information To view the IPv6 configuration for a specific interface, use the following command. Show the currently running configuration for the specified interface. EXEC mode show ipv6 interface interface { slot/port} Enter the k...

Relevant Management Objects - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Relevant Management Objects Dell Networking OS supports all IEEE 802.1AB MIB objects. The following tables list the objects associated with: received and transmitted TLVs the LLDP configuration on the local agent IEEE 802.1AB Organizationally Specific TLVs re...

Microsoft Network Load Balancing - Dell Networking S4048-ON
Microsoft Network Load Balancing Network load balancing (NLB) is a clustering functionality that is implemented by Microsoft on Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003 operating systems (OSs). NLB uses a distributed methodology or pattern to equally split...
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