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1 Simply Connected User Guide XMS-1024P 24 Port Gigabit Managed PoE/PoE+ Switch Use the XMS-1024P to: Cost-effectively Add 802.3af/at PoE Capability to Your Network Deliver Power and Data for up to 24 PoE-Enabled Network Devices with a Maximum Output of 320 Watts Simplify PoE Device Installation, Including IP Sercurity Cameras, VoIP Devices, and Wireless AP s Future Proof Your Network with Gigabit Speeds (10X Performance of Fast Ethernet) Optimize and Protect Your Network with Advanced VLAN, QoS and Network Security Features

2 XMS-1024P User Guide Model Number: XMS-1024P 24 Port Gigabit Managed PoE/PoE+ Switch No part of this publication may be modified or adapted in any way, for any purposes without permission in writing from Luxul. The material in this manual is subject to change without notice. Luxul reserves the right to make changes to any product to improve reliability, function, or design. No license is granted, either expressly or by implication or otherwise under any Luxul intellectual property rights. An implied license only exists for equipment, circuits and subsystems contained in this or any Luxul product. This product is covered by one or more U.S. and foreign patents. Patents: 7,379,717, 6,606,075, 6,373,448, other patents pending DOCUMENT CONVENTIONS The following graphical alerts are used in this document to indicate notable situations: NOTE: Tips, hints, or special requirements that you should take note of. CAUTION: Care is required. Disregarding a caution can result in data loss or equipment malfunction. WARNING!: Indicates a condition or procedure that could result in personal injury or equipment damage. CONTACT LUXUL Sales P: E: Technical Support P: E: FCC COMPLIANCE This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 2 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

3 User Guide CONTENTS 1 ABOUT THIS GUIDE Intended Readers Conventions Overview of This Guide 6 2 INTRODUCTION Overview of the Switch Main Features Description 12 3 LOGGING ON TO THE SWITCH Login Configuration 15 4 SYSTEM System Settings User Management System Tools 26 5 SWITCHING Port Settings LAG Traffic Monitor MAC Address 57 6 VLAN Q VLAN MAC VLAN Protocol VLAN Application Example for 802.1Q VLAN Application Example for MAC VLAN Application Example for Protocol VLAN GVRP 86 7 SPANNING TREE STP Config Port Config MSTP Instance STP Security 107 Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 3

4 XMS-1024P 7.5 Application Example for STP Function MULTICAST IGMP Snooping Multicast IP Multicast Filter Packet Statistics QOS DiffServ Bandwidth Control Voice VLAN POE PoE Config PoE Time-Range ACL Time-Range ACL Config ACL Policy NETWORK SECURITY IP-MAC Binding ARP Inspection DoS Defense X/RADIUS SNMP SNMP Config SNMP Notification RMON LLDP LLDP Config Device Info Device Statistics LLDP-Media CLUSTER NDP NTDP a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

5 User Guide 15.3 Cluster MAINTENANCE System Monitor System Logs Device Diagnostics Network Diagnostics SAVE CONFIG REGULATORY COMPLIANCE 283 APPENDIX A: SPECIFICATIONS 286 GLOSSARY 287 Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 5

6 XMS-1024P 1 ABOUT THIS GUIDE This User Guide contains information for setup and Management of the XMS-1024P 24 Port Gigabit Managed PoE/PoE+ Switch. Please read this guide carefully. 1.1 Intended Readers This Guide is intended for users or installers familiar with IP concepts and Network terminologies. 1.2 Conventions In this Guide the following conventions are used: The Switch mentioned in this Guide refers to the XMS-1024P Managed PoE Switch Menu Name>>Submenu Name>>Tab indicates the location being illustrated in the menu structure. (i.e. System>>System Settings>>Status is the Status tab under the System Settings menu option that is located under the System menu). Bold font indicates a button, a toolbar icon, menu or menu item. 1.3 Overview of This Guide Chapter Chapter 1 About This Guide Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Login Chapter 4 System Introduction Introduces the guide structure and conventions. Introduces the features, application and appearance of XMS-1024P Switch. Illustrates how to log on to the Web Management page. This chapter will show how to configure system properties of the Switch. System Settings: Configure the Description, System Time and Network parameters of the Switch. User Management: Configure the User Name and Password for users to log on to the Web Management page with the desired level of access. System Tools: Manage the Configuration File of the Switch. Access Control: Provide different security measures for login to enhance Configuration Security. 6 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

7 User Guide Chapter Chapter 5 Switching Chapter 6 VLAN Chapter 7 Spanning Tree Introduction This chapter will show how to configure basic functions of the Switch. Port: Configure the basic features of the Switch Ports. LAG: Configure Link Aggregation Group. A LAG combines a number of Ports together to make a single high-bandwidth Data path. Traffic Monitor: Monitor the traffic statistics of each Port MAC Address: Modify the MAC MAC Table properties of the Switch. This chapter will show how to configure VLANs to control broadcast on the Local Area Network Q VLAN: Configure an 802.1Q VLAN on a Port-per- Port basis. MAC VLAN: Configure Q MAC-based VLAN without changing the 802.1Q VLAN configuration. Protocol VLAN: Create VLANs using the application layer to adjust how some Data is transmitted in the specified VLAN. GVRP: GVRP allows the Switch to automatically add or remove VLAN membership via dynamic VLAN registration information and propagate the local VLAN registration information to other Switches, without having to individually configure each VLAN on every Switch. This chapter will show how to configure Spanning Tree functions on the Switch. STP Config: Configure and view the global settings of Spanning Tree. Port STP Config: Configure the STP parameters of Switch Ports. MSTP Instance: Configure MSTP instances. STP Security: Configure STP protection to prevent devices from any malicious attack against STP. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 7

8 XMS-1024P Chapter Chapter 8 Multicast Chapter 9 QoS Chapter 10 PoE Chapter 11 ACL Introduction This chapter will show how to configure the Multicast functions of the Switch. IGMP Snooping: Configure global parameters of IGMP Snooping, Port properties, VLAN, and Multicast VLAN. Multicast IP: Configure Multicast IP table. Multicast Filter: Configure Multicast Filter to restrict users ordering Multicast programs. Packet Statistics: View the Multicast traffic statistics on each Port of the Switch. This chapter will show how to configure QoS to provide the desired quality of service for various Network applications and requirements DiffServ: Configure priorities, Port priority, 802.1P Priority and DSCP priority. Bandwidth Control: Rate Limit feature to control the traffic rate on each Port; Storm Control feature to filter Broadcast, Multicast and UL frames in the Network. Voice VLAN: Voice VLAN to transmit Voice Data stream within the specified VLAN to ensure the transmission priority of Voice Data stream and Voice quality. This chapter will show how to configure the PoE for the Switch to supply power for PoE capable devices. PoE Config: PoE global functionality. PoE Time-Range: Time window(s) for PoE Port to supply power. This chapter will show how to configure ACL Rules and Policies to filter packets in order to prevent malicious packets from harming the Network. Time-Range: The effective time for ACL Rules. ACL Config: ACL Rules. Policy Config: Policy operational parameters. Policy Binding: Bind the policy to a Port or VLAN. 8 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

9 User Guide Chapter Chapter 12 Network Security Chapter 13 SNMP Chapter 14 LLDP Chapter 15 Cluster Introduction This Chapter will show how to configure the multiple protection measures in Network Security. IP-MAC Binding: Bind the IP Address, MAC address, VLAN ID and the Connected Port of the Host together. ARP Inspection: ARP Inspection feature prevent ARP attacks on the Network. DoS Defend: DoS Defense features to prevent DoS attack X/RADIUS: Covers the use of 802.1X/RADIUS and Radius Servers. This chapter will show how to configure SNMP to provide a Management frame to monitor and maintain the Network devices. SNMP Config: Global settings of SNMP. SNMP Notification: SNMP Notification options and configuration for the to monitor and process the events. RMON: RMON (Remote Monitoring) options and configuration. This chapter will show how to configure LLDP to provide information for SNMP applications. Basic Config: The LLDP parameters of the device. Device Info: View the LLDP information of the local device and its neighbors Device Statistics: View the LLDP statistics of the local device LLDP-MED: Configure LLDP-MED parameters of the device. This chapter will show how to configure the Cluster function to allow central Management of devices in the Network. NDP: NDP setup to get the information from the directly connected neighbor devices. NTDP: NTDP functions of the commander Switch to collect NDP information. Cluster: Cluster setup to establish and maintain the Cluster. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 9

10 XMS-1024P Chapter Chapter 16 Maintenance Appendix A Specifications Appendix B Configure the PCs Appendix C Load Software Using FTP Appendix D 802.1X/RADIUS Client Software Appendix E Glossary Introduction This chapter will show how to use the common system tools to manage the Switch. System Monitor: The memory and CPU usage of the Switch. Log: View system events. Device Diagnostics: Test the connection status of the cable connected to the Switch. Network Diagnostics: Ping and Traceroute utilities to test connection at the Switch. Lists the hardware specifications of the Switch. Introduces how to configure the PCs. Introduces how to load software of the Switch using FTP function. Introduces how to use 802.1X/RADIUS Client Software provided for Authentication. The glossary of the manual.z 2 INTRODUCTION Thanks for choosing the Luxul XMS-1024P Managed PoE/PoE+ Switch 2.1 Overview of the Switch Designed to meet Commercial Grade requirements, the XMS-1024P from LUXUL provides wire-speed performance and IP Layer 2 Management features to give you the best service and security available. The EIA Standardized framework and smart configuration capacity provides a flexible solution for any scale of Network. ACL, 802.1X/RADIUS and Dynamic ARP Inspection provide robust security. QoS and IGMP Snooping/Filtering help optimize Voice and video applications. Link Aggregation (LACP) increases aggregated bandwidth, optimizing the transport of critical Data. SNMP, RMON, Web Management/CLI/Telnet Log-in options give you maximum Management flexibility. The XMS-1024P Managed PoE Switch is also a Power Source Equipment device. All the Auto-Negotiating RJ45 Ports on the Switch support Power over Ethernet, which can automatically detect and supply power to Powered Devices complying with the IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at standards. 10 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

11 User Guide 2.2 Main Features Resiliency and Availability Link Aggregation (LACP) increases aggregated bandwidth, optimizing the transport of critical Data. IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree provides high link availability. Multicast Snooping automatically prevents flooding of IP Network when using Multicast. Layer 2 Switching GVRP (GARP VLAN Registration Protocol) allows automatic learning and dynamic assignment of VLANs. Supports up to 4094 VLANs. Quality of Service Supports L2 and L3 based CoS (Cost of Service) with 4 priority queues per Port. Rate Limiting controls the traffic flow according to the configured values. Security Supports industry standard user Authentication methods such as 802.1X/RADIUS, RADIUS. Dynamic ARP Inspection blocks ARP packets from unauthorized hosts, preventing man-in-the-middle attacks. L2/L3/L4 Access Control Lists restrict untrusted access to protected resources. Provides SSHv1/v2, SSL 2.0/3.0 and TLS v1 for Management access encryption. Manageability IP Clustering provides flexible scalability and easy Single-Switch-Management. Telnet, CLI, SNMP v1/v2c/v3, RMON and Web Management access provides excellent Administration flexibility. Port Mirroring enables monitoring of selected Ingress/Egress traffic. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 11

12 XMS-1024P 2.3 Description Front Panel Figure 2-1 Front Panel The following parts are located on the front panel of the Switch: 24 10/100/1000Mbps Ports: Designed to connect client devices with a bandwidth of up to 1000Mbps. 4 SFP Ports: Designed to allow the use of an SFP module for fiber interlinking. NOTE: When using the SFP Port with a 100Mbps module or a Gigabit module, you need to configure its corresponding Speed and Duplex mode in Switching>>Port Settings>>Port Config page. For 100Mbps module, please select 100MFD while selecting 1000MFD for Gigabit modules. By default, the Speed and Duplex mode of any installed SFP module is 1000MFD. 1 Console Port: Designed to allow connection to the serial Port of a computer or terminal for monitoring and configuring the Switch. 24 Port LEDs The XMS-1024P has a LED mode button which is for Switching the LED status type. When the Speed LED is lit, the Port LED indicates link/link activity. When the PoE LED is lit, the Port LED indicates the power supply status. By default the Speed option is on. Pressing the Mode button will toggle between Speed and PoE. When selected, the PoE display will remain active for 60 seconds and then default back to Speed display. When the Speed display is active, the Port LED will indicate the Link/Link Activity status of the Port. 12 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

13 User Guide LED Status Indication Power On The Switch is powered on Off Flashing The Switch is powered off or power supply has failed Indicates a Power fault System Flashing The Switch booted without error and is running 10/100/1000 Mbps Port LED On The Switch encountered a boot error Green On A 1000 Mbps device is connected to the corresponding Port Flashing Data is being transmitted or received on the corresponding Port Yellow On A 10/100 Mbps device is connected to the corresponding Port Flashing Data is being transmitted or received on the corresponding Port Off No device is connected to the corresponding Port When the PoE display is active, the Port LED indicates the PoE status of the Port. LED Status Indication Power On The Switch is powered on Off The Switch is powered off or power supply has failed Flashing Indicates a Power fault System Flashing The Switch booted without error and is running On The Switch encountered a boot error PoE Max On The remaining PoE power available is 7W Flashing The remaining PoE power available stays at 7W the LED will remain on for 2 minutes Off The remaining PoE power available is > 7W 10/100/1000 Green On The Port is supplying power normally Mbps Port LED Flashing The supply power exceeds the correspond PD s (Powered Device) maximum power Yellow On Overload or short circuit is detected Flashing PD Power-On self-test has failed Off No PoE power is being provided on the Port Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 13

14 XMS-1024P Rear Panel The rear panel of XMS-1024P features a power socket and a Grounding Terminal V-50/60Hz 5.0A Figure 2-2 Rear Panel 1 Grounding Terminal: The XMS-1024P already comes with a grounding mechanism in the provided three prong power cable and power supply. You can also ground the Switch with the provided Ground Cable. For detailed information, please refer to Installation Guide. 1 AC Power Socket: Connect the female connector of the power cord to the Switch, and the male connector to the AC power outlet. Please make sure the voltage of the AC power source meets the requirements of the input voltage ( V~ 50/60Hz 0.6A). 3 LOGGING ON TO THE SWITCH 3.1 Login 1. To access the Web Management configuration, open a web-browser and type in the default address in the address field of the browser, then press the Enter key. Figure 3-1 Web-browser NOTE: To log in to the Switch, the IP Address of your PC should be set in the same subnet of the Switch. The IP Address should be x (where x is any number from 1 to 254 excluding of the Switch or the IP of any other device on the Network), The Subnet Mask is For the detailed instructions as to how to do this, please refer to Appendix B. 2. A login window will appear, as shown in Figure 3-2. Enter admin for the User Name and Password. Then click the Login button or press the Enter key. 14 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

15 User Guide Figure 3-2 Login 3.2 Configuration After a successful login, the main System page will appear (Figure 3-3). Figure 3-3 Main Setup-Menu CAUTION: By clicking Apply the current configuration changes will be applied to the running configuration. If the Switch is rebooted the configuration will be lost. To save the configuration to nonvolatile memory please click Save Config link in the left-hand menu. We strongly recommend clicking Save Config before cutting the power or rebooting the Switch to avoid losing the new configuration. If the Switch becomes inoperable after an Apply action you can reboot the Switch to return it to the previous state. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 15

16 XMS-1024P 4 SYSTEM The System menu offers the various system configuration options of the Switch, and includes four submenus: System Settings User Management System Tools Access Control. 4.1 System Settings The System Settings submenu includes the: Status, Device Description, System Time, Daylight Saving Time and System IP tabs Status This page allows you to view the Port connection status and the System Info. The Port status diagram shows the status of the 24 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 Ports and 4 SFP Ports of the Switch. Ports labeled as 1-24 are 10/100/1000Mbps Ports and Ports labeled as 21F-24F are SFP Ports. Choose System>>System Settings>>Status to load the following page. Figure 4-1 Status 16 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

17 User Guide Port Status Indicates the Port is not connected to a device. Indicates the Port is connected at the speed of 1000Mbps. Indicates the Port is connected at the speed of 10Mbps or 100Mbps. Indicates the SFP Port is not connected. Indicates the SFP Port is connected at the speed of 1000Mbps. Indicates the SFP Port is connected at the speed of 100Mbps. When the cursor is used to highlight the Port, the detailed information of the Port will be displayed. Figure 4-2 Port Information Port Information Port: Displays the selected Port number of the Switch. Type: Displays the configured type of the Port Speed: Displays the maximum transmission rate of the Port. Status: Displays the connection status of the Port. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 17

18 XMS-1024P You may click a Port to display the bandwidth utilization chart for the Port. The actual rate divided by theoretical maximum rate is the bandwidth utilization. Figure 4-3 displays the bandwidth utilization monitored every four seconds. Monitoring the bandwidth utilization on a Port allows you to monitor the Network traffic and analyze the Network for any abnormalities. Figure 4-3 Bandwidth Utilization Bandwidth Utilization Rx: Select Rx to display the bandwidth utilization of received packets on this Port. Tx: Select Tx to display the bandwidth utilization of sent packets on this Port Device Description On this page you can configure the description of the Switch, including Device Name, Device Location and System Contact. Choose System>>System Settings>>Device Description to load the following page. Figure 4-4 Device Description 18 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

19 User Guide The following entries are displayed on this screen: Device Description Device Name: Device Location: System Contact: A name for the Switch is entered here. Location information is entered here to help identify the location and purpose of the Switch. Support or Admin contact information is entered here. NOTE: The Device Description settings will be restored to defaults if the Switch is restarted and you have not selected Save Config from the main menu and saved your running configuration to nonvolatile memory System Time System Time displays the current time settings of the Switch. On this page you can configure the System Time settings. The settings here will be used for other time-based functions like Access Control List (ACL). You can manually set the System Time, automatically aquire time from an NTP Server or synchronize with your PC s clock. Choose System>>System Settings>>System Time to load the following page. Figure 4-5 System Time The following entries are displayed on this screen: Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 19

20 XMS-1024P Time Info Current System Date & Time: Current Time Source: Time Config Manual: Get Time from NTP Server: Synchronize with PC S Clock: Displays the current date and time of the Switch. Displays the current time source of the Switch. When this option is selected, you can set the date and time manually. When this option is selected, you can configure the time zone and the IP Address for the desired NTP Server. The Switch will get time from NTP Server automatically if it has connected to a NTP Server. Time Zone: Select your local time zone. Primary/Secondary NTP Server: Enter an IP Address for the NTP Server(s). Update Rate: Specify in hours how often the Switch will check for an NTP time update. When this option is selected, the administrator PC s clock is used to set the System Time. NOTE: The System Time settings will be restored to defaults if the Switch is restarted and you have not selected Save Config from the main menu and saved your running configuration to non-volatile memory. NOTE: When Get Time from NTP Server is selected and no time Server is configured, the Switch will get it s time from the time Server of the Default Gateway in the Network Daylight Savings Time On this page you can configure the Daylight Savings Time settings of the Switch. 20 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

21 User Guide Choose the menu System>>System Settings>>Daylight Savings Time to load the following page. Figure 4-6 Daylight Savings Time The following entries are displayed on this screen: DST Config DST Status: Predefined Mode: Recurring Mode: Enable or Disable DST. Select a predefined DST configuration. USA: First Sunday in April, 02:00 ~ Last Sunday in October, 02:00. Australia: First Sunday in October, 02:00 ~ First Sunday in April, 03:00. Europe: Last Sunday in March, 01:00 ~ Last Sunday in October, 01:00. New Zealand: First Sunday in October, 02:00 ~ Last Sunday in March, 03:00. Allows you to specify a DST configuration that will run in recurring pattern. Unless changed this mode will run each Start and End Time configured. Offset: Specifies the change of time in minutes when a DST event occurs. Start Time/End Time: Set the Starting and Ending week, day and month for DST in your geographical location. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 21

22 XMS-1024P DST Config Date Mode: Allows you to specify the DST configuration using a Date format instead of a week, day and month format. This configuration will not run in a recurring mode and must be set each year. Offset: Specifies the change of time in minutes when a DST event occurs. Start Time/End Time: Set the Starting and Ending dates for DST in your geographical location. NOTE: The DST settings will be restored to defaults if the Switch is restarted and you have not selected Save Config from the main menu and saved your running configuration to non-volatile memory. NOTE: When DST is disabled the various modes cannot be configured. NOTE: When DST is enabled the default daylight savings time will be set to USA in predefined mode System IP Each device in an IP Network must have a unique IP Address. You log in to the Web Management page of the Switch using the Switches IP Address. The Switch supports three modes to set the IP Address: Static IP, DHCP and BOOTP. The IP Address set using the new mode selected will replace the current IP Address. On this page you can configure the system IP of the Switch. Choose the menu System>>System Settings>>System IP to load the following page. 22 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

23 User Guide Figure 4-7 System IP The following entries are displayed on this screen: IP Config MAC Address: IP Address Mode: Management VLAN: IP Address: Subnet Mask: Default Gateway: Displays MAC Address or Hardware Address of the Switch. Allows you to select the desired mode for setting the IP Address of the Switch. Static IP: When this option is selected you set the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway manually. DHCP: When this option is selected the Switch will obtain all IP Address settings from the DHCP Server in your Network. BOOTP: When this option is selected the Switch will obtain all IP Address settings from the BOOTP Server in your Network. Enter the ID of Management VLAN this will be the only VLAN through which you can access the Management page of the Switch. By default VLAN1 is the Management VLAN and you can access the Switch via any Port on the Switch. However, if another VLAN is created and set to be the Management VLAN, you may have to reconnect the Management station to a Port that is a member of the Management VLAN. The IP Address of the Switch. The default IP is , if you have selected the Static IP option you will be able to modify this address as desired. If DHCP or BOOTP is selected they will configure the IP Address. The Subnet Mask of the Switch. The default Mask is , if you have selected the Static IP option you will be able to modify this address as desired. If DHCP or BOOTP is selected they will configure the Subnet Mask. The Default Gateway of the Switch. The default Gateway is blank, if you have selected the Static IP option you will be able to modify this address as desired. If DHCP or BOOTP is selected they will configure the Default Gateway. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 23

24 XMS-1024P NOTE: The System IP settings will be restored to defaults if the Switch is restarted and you have not selected Save Config from the main menu and saved your running configuration to non-volatile memory. NOTE: Changing the IP Address to a different IP subnet (i.e. from XXX to XXX) will interrupt Network communication. Please keep the new IP Address in the same IP subnet as the rest of the local Network. NOTE: The Switch only requires one IP Address. Any new IP Address configured will replace the original default IP Address. NOTE: If the Switch gets an IP Address from the DHCP Server, you can find the IP configuration information of the Switch in the DHCP Server connected clients list. If DHCP option is selected but no DHCP Server exists, the Switch will keep trying to obtain the IP Address from DHCP Server until successful. 4.2 User Management User Management allows you to configure the User Name and Password for log in to the Web Management page with the desired access level to protect the settings of the Switch from being changed by unauthorized users. The User Management function can is implemented in the User Table and User Config pages User Table On this page you can view the information about the current configured users of the Switch. Choose the menu System>>User Management>>User Table to load the following page. Figure 4-8 User Table 24 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

25 4.2.2 User Config User Guide On this page you can configure the Access Level of the user allowed to log in to the Web Management page. The Switch provides two access levels: Guest and Admin. The Guest user can only view the settings and status with no rights to actually configure the Switch; the Admin user can configure all functions of the Switch. Choose the menu System>>User Management>>User Config to load the following page. Figure 4-9 User Config The following entries are displayed on this screen: User Info User Name: Access Level: User Status: Password: Create a Name for a new User login. Select the access Level to Apply to the User. Admin: Admin can edit, modify and view all the settings of the Switch. Guest: Guest only can view the settings and status of the Switch. Enable or Disable the User configuration. (Typically you would use this function on a previously configured user.) Enter a Password for the Users login. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 25

26 XMS-1024P User Info Confirm Password: User Table Select: User ID, Name, Access Level and status: Operation: Confirm the Password for the Users login. Select the desired entry to delete or edit the corresponding user information. If selecting multiple entries the only option available is Delete. Displays the current User ID, User Name, Access Level and User Status. Click the Edit link of the desired entry to edit the corresponding user information. After modifying the settings, please click the Modify button to save the modification. CAUTION: The User Config settings will be restored to defaults if the Switch is restarted and you have not selected Save Config from the main menu and saved your running configuration to non-volatile memory. CAUTION: The default Admin user can be deleted please take care when selecting multiple users for deletion. CAUTION: The User Name and Password can contain only 16 characters, if more than 16 characters are entered they will be truncated. 4.3 System Tools The System Tools menu allows you to manage the system functions of the Switch including; Config Restore, Config Backup, Firmware Upgrade, System Reboot and Restore Factory Defaults. 26 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

27 User Guide Config Restore On this page you can upload a previous backup configuration file to restore your Switch to the desired configuration. Choose the menu System>>System Tools>>Config Restore to load the following page. Figure 4-10 Config Restore The following entries are displayed on this screen: Config Restore Config File: Restore Config: Browse to the configuration backup file you would like to Restore. Click the Restore Config button to restore the backup configuration file. The Switch will automatically reboot as part of the Restore process and will load the Restored Config file after reboot. NOTE: It can take a few minutes to restore the configuration. Please wait for the operation to complete normally. CAUTION: To avoid damage to the Switch please do not power down the Switch while a Restore operation is in process. CAUTION: As part of the Restore process the current settings of the Switch will be lost. A corrupt or bad configuration file may cause the Switch to become unresponsive, if this occurs please power down the Switch and power back up to restore to the previous settings. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 27

28 XMS-1024P Config Backup On this page you can download the current configuration of the Switch and save it as a file to your computer for your future configuration restore or to configure future installations. Choose the menu System>>System Tools>>Config Backup to load the following page. Figure 4-11 Config Backup The following entries are displayed on this screen: Config Backup Backup Config: Click the Backup Config button to save the current running configuration as a file on your computer. We recommend making a Config Backup before all Firmware Upgrades. NOTE: It may take a few minutes to Backup the configuration. Please wait without any operation. Please wait for the operation to complete normally Firmware Upgrade The Switch Firmware can be upgraded via the Web Management page. Upgrades to the system Firmware can add more functionality, better performance, and/or resolve any known issues. Visit to download the current firmware. 28 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

29 Choose the menu System>>System Tools>>Firmware Upgrade to load the following page. User Guide Figure 4-12 Firmware Upgrade The following entries are displayed on this screen: Firmware Upgrade Firmware File: Current Firmware Version: Hardware Version: Upgrade: Browse to the downloaded Firmware file and select it. Visit luxul.com to download the current firmware. Displays the current running version of Firmware on the Switch. Displays the version of Hardware the Switch is running as new revisions are released they may not support all Firmware versions. Visit for more information. Click the Upgrade button to Upgrade the current running Firmware of the Switch. We recommend making a Config Backup before all Firmware Upgrades. NOTE: We recommend making a Config Backup before all Firmware Upgrades. CAUTION: Do not interrupt the upgrade. To avoid damage to the Switch please do not power down the Switch while an Upgrade operation is in process. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 29

30 XMS-1024P CAUTION: Please select the proper Firmware version matching your Hardware version. Visit for more information. NOTE: After the Upgrade process is complete the Switch will reboot automatically System Reboot On this page you can Reboot the Switch. Please save the current running configuration before rebooting to avoid losing the configuration. Choose the menu System>>System Tools>>System Reboot to load the following page. Figure 4-13 System Reboot The following entries are displayed on this screen: System Reboot Save Config: Reboot: Leaving this checkbox checked will cause the Switch to save the Configuration to non-volatile RAM prior to Reboot. We recommend leaving this option checked. Click the Reboot button to reboot the Switch. NOTE: We recommend making a Config Backup before any Reboot. CAUTION: To avoid damage to the Switch please do not power down the Switch while a Reboot operation is in process. 30 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

31 User Guide Restore Factory Defaults On this page you can restore the Switch to the Factory Default settings. The Switch will reboot as part of this operation once rebooted all settings will return to their default values. Choose the menu System>>System Tools>>Restore Factory Defaults to load the following page. Figure 4-14 Restore Factory Defaults The following entries are displayed on this screen: Restore Factory Defaults Reset: Click the Reset button to restore the Switch to Factory Default settings. The Switch will reboot as part of this operation once rebooted all settings will return to their default values CAUTION: If the Switch is restarted and you have not selected Save Config from the main menu and saved your running configuration to non-volatile memory all custom configuration settings will be lost. CAUTION: To avoid damage to the Switch please do not power down the Switch while a Reboot operation is in process. NOTE: After the system reboots, the Switch will be reset to default settings. 4.4 Access Control Access Control provides different security measures for remote login to enhance Management security. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 31

32 XMS-1024P Access Control On this page you can control the users logging on to the Web Management page. The definitions of Admin and Guest refer to section 4.2 User Management. Choose the menu System>>Access Control>>Access Control to load the following page. Figure 4-15 Access Control The following entries are displayed on this screen: Access Control Control Mode: Select the control mode for users to log on to the Web Management page. IP-based: Limit the IP-Range of the Users allowed to login. MAC-based: Limit the MAC Addresses of the Users allowed to login. Port-based: Limit the Ports of the Users allowed to login. 32 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

33 User Guide Access Control IP Address & Mask: MAC Address: Port: Session Timeout Timeout Limit: User Limits Limit Users: Admin Users: Guest Users: hese fields are available for configuration only when IP-based mode is selected. Only the users within the IP-range you configure are allowed to login. This field is available for configuration only when MAC-based mode is selected. Only the device with the configured MAC Address is allowed to login. This field is available for configuration only when Port-based mode is selected. Only the Users connected to these Ports configured are allowed to login. The default Timeout Limit is 10 minutes this may configured anywhere in the 5-30 minute range if desired. If you do nothing within the Web Management page during the timeout period the system will log you out automatically. Enable or Disable the User Limits function. Enter the maximum number of allowed Admin User simultaneous logins. Enter the maximum number of allowed Guest User simultaneous logins SSL Config SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a security protocol designed to provide a secure connection using the application layer protocol (i.e. HTTP) communication based on TCP. SSL is widely used to secure Data transmission between Web Browsers and Servers. SSL provides the following services: 1. Authentication of Users and Servers based on certificates to ensure the Data is transmitted to the correct User and Server. 2. Encryption of all Data transmission to prevent the Data interception. 3. To maintain the integrality of the Data to prevent Data alteration during transmission. Utilizing asymmetrical encryption technology, SSL uses key pairs to encrypt/decrypt Data. A key pair refers to a public key (contained in the certificate) and its corresponding private key. By default the Switch has a self-signed certificate and a corresponding private key. The Certificate/Key Upload function enables the user to replace the default key pair. After SSL is enabled you can log on to the Web Management page via Secure HTTP at The first time you use an HTTPS connection to log onto the Switch with the default certificate you will be prompted The security certificate presented Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 33

34 XMS-1024P by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority or Certificate Errors. Please choose add this certificate to trusted certificates or continue to this website. On this page you can configure SSL. Choose the menu System>>Access Control>>SSL Config to load the following page. Figure 4-16 SSL Config The following entries are displayed on this screen: SSL Config SSL: Enable or Disable the SSL function. Certificate Upload Certificate File: Select the desired Certificate to Upload to the Switch. The certificate must be BASE64 encoded. Key Upload Key File: Select the desired SSL Key to Upload to the Switch. The key must be BASE64 encoded. CAUTION: SSL Configuration settings will be restored to defaults if the Switch is restarted and you have not selected Save Config from the main menu and saved your running configuration to nonvolatile memory. 34 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

35 User Guide CAUTION: The SSL Certificate and Key uploaded must be a matching pair. If the Certificate and Key are not a matching pair HTTPS access to the Switch will fail.. CAUTION: The SSL Certificate and Key uploaded will not take effect until the Switch is rebooted. NOTE: To establish a secured connection to the Switch using https, please enter before the IP Address of the Switch in your Web Browser. CAUTION: HTTPS connections will be slower than http connections, as https connections involve Authentication, Encryption and Decryption processes SSH Config SSH (Secure Shell) is a security protocol established on application and transport layers. An SSH-encrypted-connection is similar to a telnet connection, but with telnet remote Management method not having any inherent safety we offer this options for remote command line configuration. SSH provides information security and Authentication when you log on to the Switch remotely through any Network environment. It encrypts all transmitted Data to prevent the Data during Remote Management being compromised. SSH has two versions, V1 and V2 which are not compatible with each other. During initial communication the SSH Server and Client auto-negotiate the SSH version and the encryption algorithm. After a successful negotiation the Client sends an Authentication request to the Server for login. Once the login process is complete the two can communicate with each other. The Switch can be configured to run an SSH Server to allow Users to log on to the Switch via SSH connection using any readily available SSH client software (we recommend the PuTTY SSH Client). The SSH key can be Uploaded to the Switch. If the key is successfully Uploaded, Certificate Authentication will be preferred for SSH all connections to the Switch. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 35

36 XMS-1024P Choose the menu System>>Access Control>>SSH Config to load the following page. Figure 4-17 SSH Config The following entries are displayed on this screen: Global Config SSH: Protocol V1: Protocol V2: Idle Timeout: Max Connect: Key Upload Key Type: Key File: Upload: Enable or Disable SSH. Enable or Disable SSH V1 support. Enable or Disable SSH V2 support. Set the connection idle timeout time. The system will automatically release the connection when the time has expired the default timeout is 500 seconds. Set the maximum number of allowed connections to the SSH Server. No new connection will be allowed when the number of the connections reaches the maximum, the default value is 5. Select the type of SSH Key to upload, the Switch supports three types: SSH-1 RSA, SSH-2 RSA and SSH-2 DSA. Select the desired key file to upload. Click the Upload button to upload the desired key file to the Switch. 36 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

37 User Guide CAUTION: SSH settings will be restored to defaults if the Switch is restarted and you have not selected Save Config from the main menu and saved your running configuration to non-volatile memory. CAUTION: Please ensure the key length of the upload file is between bits. CAUTION: After the Key File is uploaded the default key of the same type will be replaced. A failed or corrupt upload will result in SSH access to default to Password Authentication. Application Example 1 for SSH: SSH Login In the example below we will outline a typical connection using the Windows 7 version of the PuTTY SSH Client. 1. Open PuTTY, enter the IP Address of the Switch into Host Name (or IP Address) field, keep the default value of 22 in the Port field and select SSH as the Connection type. Figure 4-18 SSH Login Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 37

38 XMS-1024P 2. Click the Open button to log on to the Switch. Enter the User Name and Password used to access the Web Management page of the Switch. 5 SWITCHING Switching menu is used to configure the basic functions of the Switch, including: Port Settings, LAG, Traffic Monitor and MAC Settings. 5.1 Port Settings The Port Settings menu allows you to configure the features of the Ethernet Ports of the Switch, the available options include: Port Config, Port Mirror, Port Security, Port Isolation and Loopback Detection pages Port Config Here you can configure the basic parameters for the Ethernet Ports of the Switch. When the Port is disabled, all packets received on the Port will be discarded. Disabling unused Ports will reduce the power consumption but will require you to Enable them if a new device is connected. The parameters you set will affect the operating mode of the Port, please set the parameters appropriately according to your needs and the capability of connected devices. 38 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

39 User Guide Choose the menu Switching>>Port Settings>>Port Config to load the following page. Figure 5-1 Port Config Here you can view and configure the Port parameters. Port Config Port Select: Select: Port: Description: Status: Speed and Duplex: Flow Control: LAG: Enter a port number and click the Select button to quick-select the corresponding Port. Place a check mark to select the desired Port(s) to be configured. Displays the Port number. Will be blank when selecting multiple ports. Description of the Port for easy identification. Allows you to Enable or Disable the Port. Select the Speed and Duplex mode for the Port. The device connected to the Switch should be in the same Speed and Duplex as the port it is connected too. When Auto is selected Speed and Duplex will be determined by auto-negotiation. For the SFP adapters the Switch does not support auto-negotiation you will be required to set the port to 1000MFD. Allows you to Enable or Disable the Flow Control feature. When Flow Control is enabled the Switch will attempt to synchronize the speed with its peer to avoid the packet loss caused by congestion. Displays the LAG Group number the Port belongs to. Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 39

40 XMS-1024P CAUTION: Port Config settings will be restored to defaults if the Switch is restarted and you have not selected Save Config from the main menu and saved your running configuration to nonvolatile memory. CAUTION: After the Key File is uploaded the default key of the same type will be replaced. A failed or corrupt upload will result in SSH access to default to Password Authentication. NOTE: The parameters of the Ports in a LAG Group should be set the same for optimal operation Port Mirror Port Mirror can be used to forward copies of packets from one or multiple Ports (Mirrored Port or the source Port(s)) to a specified Port (Mirroring or destination Port). The mirroring Port is connected to a Data diagnosis device, which is used to analyze the mirrored packets for monitoring and troubleshooting the Network. Choose the menu Switching>>Port Settings>>Port Mirror to load the following page. Figure 5-2 Mirroring Port 40 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

41 User Guide The following entries are displayed on this screen. Mirror Group List Group: Mirroring: Mode: Mirrored Port: Operation: The Mirror Group number. The Mirroring Port number (destination Port). Indicates the traffic mirroring options of Ingress or Egress sources. Displays the Mirrored Ports and whether they are mirroring Ingress, Egress or Both. Click Edit to configure the mirror group. Edit to displays the following page. Figure 5-3 Mirroring Port Other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners 41

42 XMS-1024P The following entries are displayed on this screen. Mirror Group Number: Mirroring Port Mirroring Port: Mirrored Port Port Select: Select: Port: Ingress: Egress: LAG: The mirror group number you want to configure. The Mirroring Port (destination Port) number. Enter a Port number and click the Select button to quick-select the corresponding Port. Place a check in the check box to select the desired Port(s) as a Mirrored Port (source Port(s)). Displays the Port number. Enable or Disable the Ingress feature. When Ingress is enabled the incoming packets received by the Mirrored Port will be copied and forwarded to the Mirroring Port. Enable or Disable the Egress feature. When Egress is enabled the outgoing packets received by the Mirrored Port will be copied and forwarded to the Mirroring Port Displays the LAG Group number the Port belongs to. A LAG Group member cannot be selected as a Mirrored Port or Mirroring Port. CAUTION: Port Mirror settings will be restored to defaults if the Switch is restarted and you have not selected Save Config from the main menu and saved your running configuration to nonvolatile memory. NOTE: LAG Group members cannot be selected as a Mirrored Port or Mirroring Port. CAUTION: A Port cannot be set as a Mirrored Port and a Mirroring Port simultaneously. NOTE: The Port Mirror function will span multiple VLANs. 42 a: Minuteman Drive, Suite 201, Draper, UT luxul.com LUX-UG-XMS-1024P Vers:

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