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User Interface for PoE Switches

Models: ES-24-250W, ES-24-500W,

Administration Guide

ES-48-500W, ES-48-750W

EdgeSwitch™ Administration Guide Table of Contents

Table of Contents

About This Document.......................................................... 7

Purpose and Audience............................................................ 7 Document Organization.......................................................... 7 Products and Models............................................................. 7 Related Documents.............................................................. 8 Typographical Conventions....................................................... 8 Chapter 1: Getting Started...................................................... 9 Connecting the Switch to the Network............................................ 9 Understanding the User Interfaces................................................ 9 Using the EdgeSwitch UI...................................................... 9 Accessing the UI........................................................... 9 EdgeSwitch UI Page Layout................................................10 Device View...............................................................10 Navigation Menu..........................................................11 Configuration and Status Fields............................................12 Table Filtering.............................................................14

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About This Document

This section contains the following information about this document:

• “Purpose and Audience” on page 8 • “Document Organization” on page 8 • “Products and Models” on page 8 • “Related Documents” on page 9 • “Typographical Conventions” on page 9 • “Typographical Conventions” on page 9 Purpose and Audience This guide describes how to configure the EdgeSwitch software features using the browser-based EdgeSwitch user interface (UI). The information in this guide is intended for system administrators who are responsible for configuring and operating a network using EdgeSwitch devices.

To obtain the greatest benefit from this guide, you should have an understanding of the base software and should have read the specification for your networking device platform. You should also have basic knowledge of Ethernet and networking concepts.

Document Organization

This guide contains the following sections:

• “Chapter 1: Getting Started” on page 10 contains information about performing the initial system configuration and accessing the user interface.

• “Chapter 3: Configuring System Information” on page 19 describes how to configure administrative features such as SNMP, system users, and port information.

• “Chapter 4: Configuring Switching Information” on page 126 describes how to manage and monitor the Layer-2 switching features.

• “Chapter 5: Configuring Routing” on page 187 describes how to configure the Layer-3 routing features.

• “Chapter 6: Managing Device Security” on page 204 contains information about configuring switch security information such as port access control, TACACS+, and RADIUS server settings.

• “Chapter 7: Configuring Quality of Service” on page 229 describes how to manage the EdgeSwitch software ACLs, and how to configure the Differentiated Services and Class of Service features.

• “Appendix A: Configuration Examples” on page 259 describes how to configure selected features on the switch using either the EdgeSwitch UI, command-line interface, and/or Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

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Related Documents

• EdgeSwitch CLI Command Reference

• EdgeSwitch Quick Start Guide For additional information, refer to the EdgeSwitch community website: community.ubnt.com/edgemax

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Chapter 1: Getting Started This chapter describes how to start the switch and access the user interface. It contains the following

sections:

• “Connecting the Switch to the Network” on page 10 • “Understanding the User Interfaces” on page 10 Connecting the Switch to the Network For detailed instructions on how to connect the EdgeSwitch to your network, refer to the Quick Start Guide that came with the switch.

Understanding the User Interfaces The EdgeSwitch software includes a set of comprehensive management functions for configuring and





monitoring the system using the following methods:

• EdgeSwitch User Interface (UI)

• Command-Line Interface (CLI) Each of the standards-based management methods allows you to configure and monitor the components of the EdgeSwitch UI. The method you use to manage the system depends on your network size and requirements, and on your preference.

This guide describes how to use the EdgeSwitch UI to manage and monitor the system. For information about how to manage and monitor the system by using the CLI, see the EdgeSwitch CLI Command Reference.

Using the EdgeSwitch UI This section describes how to use the EdgeSwitch UI.

Accessing the UI

To access the switch using a web browser, the browser must meet the following software requirements:

• HTML version 4.0, or later

• HTTP version 1.1, or later

• JavaScript® version 1.5, or later

Use the following procedures to log into the EdgeSwitch UI:

1. Open a web browser and enter the IP address of the switch in the web browser address field. The login screen appears, as shown in the following illustration.

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2. Type the User Name and Password into the fields on the login screen, and then click Login.

The user name and password are the same as those you use to log on to the command-line interface. By default, the user name is ubnt, and the password is ubnt. Passwords are case-sensitive.

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3. If this is your first login to the UI, read the license agreement. Then, click the I agree to the terms of this License Agreement check box and click Log In.

4. After the system authenticates you, the System Description page is displayed.

EdgeSwitch UI Page Layout The following illustration shows the layout of a page in the EdgeSwitch UI. Each UI page contains three main areas: the device view, the navigation menu, and the configuration and status fields. Each page also provides buttons that let you perform operations on the displayed information, access a context-specific help page, or log out of the system.

Device View Navigation Menu Logout Button Configuration and Status Fields Command Button Help Page Access EdgeSwitch UI Page Layout Device View The Device View shown in the illustration below is a Java® applet that displays the ports on the switch. This graphic at the top of each UI page provides an alternate way to navigate to port-related configuration and monitoring options. The graphic also provides information about device ports, current configuration and status, table information, and feature components.

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In the Device View, colors indicate status information:

• Gray indicates that the port link is down.

• Amber indicates that the port link is up at 100 Mbps.

• Green indicates that the port link is up at 1 Gbps.

• A white dot indicates PoE output.

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To obtain additional information on the ports:

• Click any port to display the Port Description page (System Port Description on the navigation menu).

• Right-click any port to display a menu with links to the following port configuration-related pages:

• PoE (PoE PoE Configuration)

• Port Summary (System Port Summary)

• Port Description (System Port Description)

• Port Cable Test (System Port Cable Test)

• Multiple Port Mirroring (System Port Mirroring)

• Port Summary Statistics (System Statistics System Port Summary)

• Port Detailed Statistics (System Statistics System Port Detailed)

• Hover over any port to display status information for that port, as shown in the following illustration.

Example of Information Displayed by Hovering over a Port

Navigation Menu The navigation menu, located at the top right of each UI page, lists the device’s main features: PoE, System, Switching, Routing, Security, and QoS. You can access each feature’s UI pages using a series of cascading menus.

To access an individual UI page, click the corresponding feature tab in the navigation menu to display a menu of subcategories. Select a subcategory and repeat this process until you see the desired page, and then select the page to display it in the main window.

For example, the following illustration shows how to access the IPv6 Network Connectivity page: first, select the main feature (System tab); then, the appropriate subcategory (Connectivity); and finally, the desired page (IPv6).

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Each menu option (subcategory or page name) that you select is highlighted (the color changes to a lighter shade of gray). When you select a page, the navigation menus and submenus are again hidden, and the selected page appears in the main window.

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In addition to the navigation menu, you can use the tabs at the top left of each page to quickly navigate among related pages. For example, from the System Resource Configuration page, simply click the ARP Cache or Resource Status tabs to display those pages without having to access the navigation menu, as shown in the following illustration.

Page Selection Tabs

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This is either the text label on a button, or the text that appears when hovering over a button labeled with an icon.

Button names may include additional text, such as: Add Vendor Option, Clear Entries, Remove Last Rule, etc.

Table Sorting All tables on UI pages can be sorted by columns. By default, the information in a table is sorted in ascending order, using the leftmost column as primary sort. To change the default sort order, click the heading above the column you want to sort the table by. Successive clicks on the heading toggle between ascending and descending order.

For example, the following illustration shows the Event Log page in its default sort order (sorted by Log Index).

To sort the table entries (rows) by the Event Time field, simply click the Event Time heading.

Click to sort by Event Time

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Table Filtering This feature allows you to specify a filter that limits which rows are displayed in a table. This is useful to reduce the contents of a long table to a specific set of items or even one particular item. To use this feature, type a string of one or more characters into the Filter field at the upper-right corner of the table, as shown in the following illustration. If any field of a table row contains a match for the filter string, that row is displayed in the table. Matching is not case-sensitive.

Enter filter string here

Filtering the Contents of a Table

Help Page Access The Help icon appears in the upper right corner of each UI page (see the illustration “EdgeSwitch UI Page Layout” on page 11). Click the Help icon to open a new page with information on the various fields and command buttons on the active page. Online help pages are context-sensitive – the help topic is specific to the active page.

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User-Defined Fields User-defined fields can contain 1-159 characters, unless otherwise noted on the configuration UI page.

All characters may be used except for the following (unless specifically noted in the feature’s Help page):

\ / * | ?

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Using the Command-Line Interface The command-line interface (CLI) is a text-based way to manage and monitor the system. You can access the CLI by using a direct serial connection or by using a remote logical connection with Telnet or SSH.

The CLI groups commands into modes according to the command function. Each of the command modes supports specific software commands. The commands in one mode are not available until you switch to that particular mode, with the exception of the User EXEC mode commands. You can execute the User EXEC mode commands in the Privileged EXEC mode.

To display the commands available in the current mode, enter a question mark (?) at the command prompt.

To display the available command keywords or parameters, enter a question mark (?) after each word you type at the command prompt. If there are no additional command keywords or parameters, or if additional

parameters are optional, the following message appears in the output:

cr Press Enter to execute the command For more information about the CLI, see the EdgeSwitch CLI Command Reference Guide.

The EdgeSwitch CLI Command Reference lists each command available from the CLI by the command name and provides a brief description of the command. Each command reference also contains the following



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