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Table 6-2 lists default settings for more switches Table 6-2: Switch Default Settings
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Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Static address assignment Network view VLAN membership Performance Auto-negotiation of duplex mode Auto-negotiation of port speeds Flooding control Broadcast storm control Flooding unknown unicast and multicast packets Network port Cisco Group Management Protocol (CGMP) Network Redundancy Spanning Tree Protocol Port grouping Diagnostic SPAN port monitoring Console, buffer, and file logging Security Password Addressing security Trap manager Community strings Port security
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Enabled Enabled None assigned Always enabled All ports are members of VLAN1 Enabled Enabled Disabled Enabled Disabled Enabled Enabled None assigned Disabled Disabled None assigned Disabled 0000 public Disabled
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It's important to designate at least a subset of the default switch settings (specifically the security settings), and more than likely you'll want to modify other defaults to take advantage of the switch's functions Use the following checklist to gather needed information beforehand, so you can easily and properly configure your switch Switch host name Switch IP address Switch IP mask Switch default gateway Domain Switch DNS server Identified active ports
Identified VLANs and port members SNMP community strings Passwords Port speeds Port duplex mode Ports requiring security Although every setup won't need every item in this checklist, it helps to have a starting point for collecting the information you'll need for configuration More complex configurations will require additional information, including parameters for Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), Cisco Group Multicast Protocol (CGMP), and Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) Each of these protocols and their options are discussed later in this chapter
Switch Setup and Installation
The setup and installation of a switch is relatively painless You can pretty much just plug the nodes into a switch, power it up, and walk away, and the switch will work You'll have to do a little more work, however, in order to maximize the switch's capabilities
Cisco IOS Versions
Switches use a special release of the Cisco IOS software Because the software needs to be modified to support switches, the software is not released on the same eight-week maintenance cycle that is used for routers A switch can be ordered with Standard Edition or Enterprise Edition software The following are key features of Standard Edition software for release 112(8)SA6, which supports a subset of the Catalyst series including the 2900 Series XL: Automatic discovery and creation of clusters of up to 16 switches that can be managed through a single IP address Cluster support includes Unified management and authentication of clustered switches HTML, the Cisco IOS command-line interface (CLI), and SNMP management interfaces for cluster, switch, and port management Browser-based tools to upgrade all the cluster switches Support for between 64 and 250 virtual LANs (VLANs), depending on the model (for 2900 Series XLs, it's 64) IEEE 8021D Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) support on a per-VLAN basis Network Time Protocol (NTP) to provide an external source for time-of-day information Fast and Gigabit EtherChannel support for high-speed connections between switches and servers Auto-negotiation of speed, and half- or full-duplex operation on 10/100 ports Cisco Group Management Protocol (CGMP) to limit the flooding of IP multicast traffic The Enterprise Edition software for Cisco IOS includes all the features of the Standard Edition software, as well as the advanced VLAN functionality The following additional features are included in the Enterprise Edition software: VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP) version 2 Inter-Switch Link (ISL) and IEEE 8021Q Trunking Dynamic-access VLANs
Load sharing and redundancy over parallel trunks During the writing of this book, the Cisco IOS Enterprise Edition software was at Release 112(8) SA6 The majority of switches can be upgraded to the Enterprise Edition, and some of the high-end switches can only run the Enterprise software You can upgrade to the Enterprise Edition by purchasing the Enterprise Edition Software Upgrade Kit and downloading the file to your PC or workstation; then do a TFTP transfer of the files to the switch NoteIf you previously configured your system to support Cisco's Web-based management software, it might be a good idea to delete existing HTML files and disable access to the HTML pages before you do the upgrade This will eliminate disruption of the upgrade by users accessing the manager software pages during the transfer of the new software Maintenance releases and future versions of Cisco IOS are posted to Cisco Connection Online (CCO) in the Cisco IOS Software area
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