Wireless Network Manager 3.5 Administration Guide

Managing Switches Using Wireless Network Manager

You can use Wireless Network Manager to manage features of connected SonicWall Switches.

These Switch management features are supported by Wireless Network Manager in this release:

  • Dashboard
  • Network IPv4 Network
  • System Information
  • User Management
  • ARP Global
  • ARP Table
  • Authentication
  • Firmware Images - Upgrade
  • DHCP Snooping - settings
  • DHCP Relay
  • Port Settings - QoS
  • Port Settings - POE
  • Port Settings - Security - 802.1x
  • Port Settings - ACL Binding (IPv4)
  • Port Settings - ACL Binding (IPv6)
  • Port Settings - Advanced
  • STP - Settings - Bridge Priority
  • LBD - Global
  • Link Aggregation
  • Jumbo Frames
  • MAC Address Table - Static MAC address
  • MAC Address Table - Dynamic MAC address
  • LLDP - Global Settings
  • IGMP Snooping
  • Multicast Filtering
  • QoS
  • Port Statistics
  • Static Routes (IPv4)
  • Static Routes (IPv6)
  • IPv6 Neighbor Discovery (ND)
  • IPv6 address of VLAN
  • 802.1x
  • DoS
  • ACL Management
  • 802.1Q
  • Voice VLAN
  • Log

For the Switch to be managed by Wireless Network Manager, the switch firmware must be version 1.0.0.3-12s or higher. It is highly recommended that you upgrade the Switch firmware to version 1.1 once it is being managed by Wireless Network Manager.

To manage a Switch

  1. .Navigate to Network > Devices.
  2. Click Switches.
  3. Select the Switch you want to manage and hover over the far right section of the row to access the management icons.

For more information on configuring and using the SonicWall Switch, refer to the Switch Administration Guide. This and other documentation are available under the product name “Switch” on the SonicWallSonicWall support website at: https://www.sonicwall.com/support/technical-documentation.

 

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