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3 Table of Contents Preface About This Publication Additional Resources Set Up the Switch Initially with Express Setup Assigning the Smartports Using the Device Manager Web Interface (Optional) Before You Begin What You Need Run Express Setup Before You Begin What You Need Access the Device Manager Web Interface Smartports Configure Smartports Optimize Ports Through Smartports Port Roles Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April
4 Table of Contents Notes: 2 Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April 2014
5 Preface About This Publication This Quick Start provides examples and procedures for configuring Stratix 5700 switches. Additional Resources Use the additional resources listed in this table for more information when using Stratix 5700 switches. Resource Stratix 5700 Industrial Ethernet Switch Product Profile, publication ENET-PP005 Stratix 5700 Ethernet Managed Switches User Manual, publication 1783-UM004-EN-P Stratix Ethernet Switches Specifications, publication 1783-TD001-EN-P Description Overview of features and functionality of Stratix 5700 Switches. Describes the installation, configuration, and troubleshooting of Stratix 5700 Switches. Describes the Specification of Stratix Ethernet Switches. You can view or download publications at To order paper copies of technical documentation, contact your local Allen-Bradley distributor or Rockwell Automation sales representative. Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April
8 Chapter 1 Set Up the Switch Initially with Express Setup Run Express Setup To run Express Setup, follow these steps. 1. Make sure that at least one switch Ethernet port is available for Express Setup. IMPORTANT Do not use the console port for Express Setup. During Express Setup, the switch acts as a DHCP server. If your personal computer has a static IP address, change your personal computer settings before you begin to temporarily use DHCP. 2. Apply power to the switch. When the switch powers on, it begins its power on sequence. The power on sequence takes approximately 60 seconds to complete. 3. Make sure that the power on sequence has completed by verifying that the EIP Mod and Setup status indicators are flashing green. If the switch fails the power on sequence, the EIP Mod status indicator turns red. 4. Press and release the Express Setup button shown in Figure 1. Wait for a few seconds until the status indicator on one of the unconnected switch ports flashes green. Figure 1 - Express Setup Button This button is recessed 16 mm (0.63 in.) behind the front panel. Use a small tool, such as a paper clip, to reach the button. 5. Connect a Category 5 Ethernet cable from the flashing switch port to the Ethernet port on your personal computer. TIP If you wait too long to connect the cable, the Setup status indicator turns off. The port status indicators on your personal computer and on the switch both flash while the switch configures the connection. 6 Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April 2014
9 Set Up the Switch Initially with Express Setup Chapter 1 6. While the Setup status indicator flashes green, start an Internet browser session on the personal computer and navigate to If you have a home page configured, the switch configuration loads instead of your normal home page. The switch prompts you for the default switch username and password. 7. Enter the default switch password: switch. The default user name is admin. IMPORTANT In some scenarios, the switch requires you to enter the switch password multiple times before it accepts the password. 8. If the Express setup window does not appear, do the following: Enter the URL of a well-known website in your browser to be sure the browser is working correctly. Your browser then automatically redirects to the Express Setup web page. Verify that any proxy settings or pop-up blockers are disabled on your browser. Verify that any wireless interface is disabled on your personal computer. 9. Complete the fields shown in Figure 2. To view fields for Common Industrial Protocol (CIP), you must click Advanced Settings (refer to Table 1). Figure 2 - Express Setup Window Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April
10 Chapter 1 Set Up the Switch Initially with Express Setup Table 1 - Express Setup Fields Field Host Name Management Interface (VLAN ID) IP Assignment Mode IP Address Default Gateway (optional) NTP Server User Password, Confirm Password CIP VLAN IP Address Same As Management VLAN Telnet, CIP and Enable Password (optional), Confirm Password Same As Admin Password Description The name of the device. Network Settings The name and ID of the management VLAN through which the switch is managed. Choose an existing VLAN to be the management VLAN. The default ID is 1. The default name for the management VLAN is default. The number can be from Be sure that the switch and your network management station are in the same VLAN. Otherwise, you lose management connectivity to the switch. The management VLAN is the broadcast domain through which management traffic is sent between specific users or devices. It provides broadcast control and security for management traffic that must be limited to a specific group of users, such as the administrators of your network. It also provides secure administrative access to all devices in the network at all times. The IP Assignment mode determines whether the switch IP Information is manually assigned (static) or is automatically assigned by a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server. The default is Static. We recommend that you click Static and manually assign the IP address for the switch. You can then use the same IP address whenever you want to access the Device Manager web interface. The IP address and associated subnet mask are unique identifiers for the switch in a network: The IP address format is a 32-bit numeric address written as four numbers separated by periods. Each number can range between The subnet mask is the network address that identifies the subnetwork (subnet) to which the switch belongs. Subnets are used to segment the devices in a network into smaller groups. The default is This field is enabled only if the IP Assignment mode is Static. Make sure that the IP address that you assign to the switch is not being used by another device in your network. The IP address and the default gateway cannot be the same. The IP address for the default gateway. A gateway is a router or a dedicated network device that enables the switch to communicate with devices in other networks or subnetworks. The default gateway IP address must be part of the same subnet as the switch IP address. The switch IP address and the default gateway IP address cannot be the same. If all of your devices are in the same network and the default gateway is not used, you do not need to enter an IP address in this field. This field is enabled only if the IP assignment mode is Static. You must specify a default gateway if your network management station and the switch are in different networks or subnetworks. Otherwise, the switch and your network management station cannot communicate with each other. The IP address of the Network Time Protocol (NTP) server. NTP is a networking protocol for clock synchronization between computer systems over packet switched, variable-latency data networks. Enter the user name. The password for the switch can have up to 63 alphanumeric characters, can start with a number, is case-sensitive, and can have embedded spaces. The password cannot be a single digit, it cannot contain a? or a tab, and it does not allow spaces at the beginning or the end. The default is switch. To complete initial setup, you must change the password from the default password, switch. This password is also used as the Control Industrial Protocol (CIP) security password. We recommend that you provide a password to the switch to secure access to the device manager. Advanced Settings The VLAN on which Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) is enabled. The CIP VLAN can be the same as the management VLAN or you can isolate CIP traffic on another VLAN that is already configured on this device. The IP address and subnet mask for the CPI VLAN if the CIP VLAN is different from the management VLAN. The format is a 32-bit numeric address written as four numbers separated by periods. Each number can be from Make sure that the IP address that you assign to this device is not being used by another device in your network. Indicates whether the settings for the CIP VLAN are the same as the management VLAN. This is the password used for Telnet and CIP security. Sets the password used for Telnet and CIP security to the same user password specified under Network Settings. 8 Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April 2014
11 Set Up the Switch Initially with Express Setup Chapter Click Submit. The switch initializes its configuration for typical industrial EtherNet/IP applications. The switch then redirects you to the logon page for the Device Manager web interface. You can continue to launch the Device Manager web interface for further configuration or exit the application. 11. Turn off DC power at the source, disconnect all cables to the switch, and install the switch in your network. 12. After you complete Express Setup, refresh the personal computer IP address: For a dynamically-assigned IP address, disconnect the personal computer from the switch, and reconnect the personal computer to the network. The network DHCP server assigns a new IP address to the personal computer. For a statically-assigned IP address, change it to the previously configured IP address. For information on more advanced configuration options, see the Stratix 5700 Ethernet Managed Switches User Manual, publication 1783-UM004-EN-P. Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April
12 Chapter 1 Set Up the Switch Initially with Express Setup Notes: 10 Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April 2014
14 Chapter 2 Assigning the Smartports Using the Device Manager Web Interface (Optional) Access the Device Manager Web Interface To access the Device Manager Web Interface, follow these steps. 1. Launch a Web browser on your workstation. 2. Enter the switch IP address in the Web browser and click Enter. 3. Enter the user name and password. Figure 3 - Device Manager Web Interface 12 Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April 2014
15 Assigning the Smartports Using the Device Manager Web Interface (Optional) Chapter 2 Smartports Smartports are recommended configurations for the switch ports. These configurations, referred to as port roles, optimize the switch connections and provide security, transmission quality, and reliability for traffic from the switch ports. The port roles also help prevent port misconfigurations. TIP Use Smartport roles immediately after the initial setup of the switch to correctly configure the switch ports before they connect to devices. Configure Smartports To assign Smartport roles to switch ports, from the Configure menu, choose Smartports. Figure 4 - Configure Menu Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April
16 Chapter 2 Assigning the Smartports Using the Device Manager Web Interface (Optional) Follow these guidelines when using Smartport roles: Before using Smartport roles, decide which switch port is connected to which device type. Before attaching a device to the port or reconnecting devices that have been moved, verify which Smartport role is applied to a port. IMPORTANT We recommend that you do not change port settings after enabling a Smartport role on a port. Any port setting changes can alter the effectiveness of the Smartport role. When the user attempts to apply a port role to a routed port in the Smartports window, this error message appears: A port role cannot be configured on a routed port. To apply a Smartport role, follow this procedure. 1. From the Configure menu, choose Smartports. 2. Select a port. 3. Choose a Smartport role from the pull-down menu in the Role column. 4. Click Save. Optimize Ports Through Smartports Port Roles The port roles are based on the type of devices to be connected to the switch ports. For example, the Desktop for Automation port role is specifically for switch ports to be connected to desktop and laptop /computers. Refer to Table 2 for a list of available ports. Table 2 - Available Ports Port Automation Device Macro Multiport Automation device Desktop for Automation Description The Automation Device Smartport should be used for any EtherNet/IP devices. This includes controllers, HMI displays, distributed I/O, etc. The Automation Device Smartport enables the following features: Sets the port to host mode Enables MAC flooding attack protection Sets the VLAN number Enables the automation QoS policy Configures the output queues Enables the alarm profile Disables Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) Apply this role to ports connected to multiport EtherNet/IP devices, such as multiport EtherNet/IP devices arranged in a linear or daisy chain topology, the 1783-ETAP module (for connection to the device port only), unmanaged switches (such as the Stratix 2000 ) and managed switches with Remote Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) disabled: Port is set to Access mode No port security Optimize queue management for CIP traffic The Desktop for Automation Smartport should be used for PCs used on the Cell/Area zone EtherNet/IP network. It should not be used for any systems running virtual machines without turning the port security configuration off. The Desktop for Automation Smartport enables the following features: Sets the port in access mode Set the VLAN number Enables MAC flooding attack protection Enables Spanning Tree Portfast Enables Spanning Tree BPDU Guard Enables the automation QoS policy Sets the alarm profile 14 Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April 2014
17 Assigning the Smartports Using the Device Manager Web Interface (Optional) Chapter 2 Table 2 - Available Ports Port VM - Desktop for Automation Switch for Automation Router for Automation Phone for Automation Wireless for Automation Description Apply this role to ports connected to computers running virtualization software. This can be used with devices running up to two MAC addresses. If you want to support more than two image you need to go into port security tab and modify the allowed devices. Important: Do not apply the Virtual Desktop for Automation role to ports that are connected to switches, routers, or access points. Sets the port access mode Portfast is enabled Set the VLAN number CIP-PTP-Traffic Policy enabled The Switch which support STP(Spanning Tree Protocol) for Automation Smartport is used on ports that connect to other managed Ethernet switches. The Switch for Automation enables the following features: Sets the port in trunk mode Sets the native VLAN Sets Spanning Tree to use a point-to-point link Sets the port to trust QoS policy Configures the output queues Sets the alarm profile The Router for Automation Smartport is used on ports that connect to routers such as the Cisco 2800 Series ISR. The Router for Automation Smartport enables the following features: Sets the port in trunk mode Sets the native VLAN Enables Spanning Tree Portfast Enables Spanning Tree BPDU Guard Sets the port to trust DSCP Enables the automation QoS policy Configures the output queues Sets the alarm profile The Phone for Automation Smartport is used on ports that connect to a VoIP phone. The Phone for Automation Smartport enables the following features: Sets the port in access mode Sets the voice and data VLANs Enables MAC Flooding protection Enables Spanning Tree Portfast Enables Spanning Tree BPSU Guard Enables the VoIP QoS policy Configures the output queues Sets the alarm profile The Wireless for Automation Smartport is used on ports that connect to wireless access points or Wireless LAN Controllers. The Wireless for Automation Smartport enables the following features: Sets the port in trunk mode Sets the native VLAN Disables Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP) Enables Spanning Tree BPDU Guard Sets the port to trust COS Enables the Automation QoS policy Configures the output queues Sets the alarm profile Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April
18 Chapter 2 Assigning the Smartports Using the Device Manager Web Interface (Optional) Notes: 16 Rockwell Automation Publication IASIMP-QS040A-EN-E - April 2014
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