Network Security Management Administration Guide

Edit Port

You can choose a single or multiple switch(es) and click the icon on any field or click Edit Port icon on the top.

Edit Port - General

PORT SETTINGS

  • Status - Toggle the status to enabled or disabled.
  • Port Description - Enter a port description to identify.
  • Link Speed - Choose the link speed from the list. The default option is Auto Negotiate.
  • Portshield Interface - Choose the options from the dropdown list. Portshield options maybe disabled for External switch options.
  • VLAN Mode - Choose the mode from Access and Trunk.
  • VLAN - By default, this option is Unassigned.

802.1X SETTINGS

  • Mode - Select Auto, Force Authorized or Force Unauthorized from the list.
  • Guest VLAN - Status whether it is enabled or disabled on the Switch. The Default is disabled.
  • Radius VLAN Assign - Toggle to assign Radius VLAN.

Edit Port - Advanced

  • STP - Toggle the STP to enabled or disabled.

    STP has to be enabled on switch before editing port STP.

  • Port Isolation - Toggle to enable or disable port isolation.
  • Post security max count - Default is 0, which disables port security. Range is 0-256. This is the maximum number of MAC addresses that can be learned on the port. Network security can be increased by limiting access on a specific port to users with specific MAC addresses.
  • B/W Ingress Rate (Kbps) - Default is 0, which disables ingress bandwidth control. Allowed values are multiples of 16 between 0 and 1,000,000.
  • B/W Egress Rate (Kbps) - Default is 0, which disables egress bandwidth control. Allowed values are multiples of 16 between 0 and 1,000,000.

Voice LAN settings

  • Voice LAN State - Toggle to enable or disable Voice LAN State.
  • Voice VLAN CoS mode - Default is Source. Selections for the Class of Service mode include Source or All.

QOS SETTINGS - Quality of Service allows certain traffic types, such as voice or video streaming, to be prioritized.

  • Trust - Toggle this to enable or disable Trust mode for incoming packets by clicking the slider. Enable this to classify traffic based on the IEEE 802.1p standard (using the 8 CoS priority tags).
  • CoS - Select the CoS priority to set the priority for packets entering on this port. Default is 0. Range is 0-7 for Class of Service tags, with 0 (background) and 1 (best effort) the lowest priority and, 7 being the highest priority in the traffic forwarding queue.

STORM CONTROL SETTINGS - Storm Control limits the amount of Broadcast, Unknown Multicast, and Unknown Unicast frames accepted and forwarded by the Switch. Storm Control can be enabled per port by defining the packet type and the rate of packet transmission. The Switch discards the frames when the rate exceeds the defined rate.

  • Broadcast Rate (Kbps) - Default is 0, which disables port broadcast. Allowed values are multiples of 16 between 0 and 1,000,000.

  • Unknown Multicast Rate (Kbps) - Default is 0, which disables port unknown multicast.Allowed values are multiples of 16 between 0 and 1,000,000.

  • Unknown Unicast Rate (Kbps) - Default is 0, which disables port unknown unicast. Allowedvalues are multiples of 16 between 0 and 1,000,000.

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