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About the H3C MSR Configuration Guides

The H3C MSR configuration guides describe the software features for the H3C MSR Routers, and guide you through the software configuration procedures. These configuration guides also provide configuration examples to help you apply the software features to different network scenarios.

 

Configuration guide

Content

Fundamentals Configuration Guide

Describes how to use the command line interface of the router, log in to and set up the router, and use the basic management functions. This guide includes:

·       CLI (command line interface overview and how to use the CLI)

·       Login Management

·       Device Management

·       Configuration file management

·       File System Management

·       FTP and TFTP

·       License Management

·       Software upgrade

·       Automatic Configuration

Interface Configuration Guide

Covers the configuration of various interfaces. This guide includes:

·       Ethernet interface

·       WAN interfaces

·       ATM and DSL Interfaces

·       POS interface

·       CPOS interface

·       Loopback and null interfaces

Layer 2—LAN Switching Configuration Guide

Covers Layer 2 technologies and features used on a LAN switched network, such as VLAN technology, port isolation, MSTP. You can use these features to divide broadcast domains, remove Layer 2 loops, isolate users within a VLAN, re-mark VLAN tags, implement VLAN VPNs over the Internet, and so on. This guide includes:

·       MAC Address Table

·       VLAN

·       Spanning Tree

·       Ethernet Link Aggregation

·       GVRP

·       LLDP

·       Port Isolation

·       VLAN Termination

Layer 2—WAN Access Configuration Guide

Covers WAN access technologies. This guide includes:

·       SLIP

·       PPP(PPP and MP, PPPoE)

·       ISDN

·       Frame Relay(Frame Relay, Frame Relay Compression, Multilink Frame Relay, PPPoFR, MPoFR)

·       DCC

·       Modem Management

·       ATM

·       HDLC

·       DLSw

·       L2TP(L2TP, L2TP-Based EAD)

·       Bridging

·       EtoPPP and EtoFR

·       LAPB_and_X.25

Terminal Access Configuration Guide

Covers Terminal Access technologies. This guide includes:

·       Terminal Access

·       POS Terminal Access

·       IP Terminal Access

Layer 3—IP Services Configuration Guide

Describes IP addressing (including static and dynamic IPv4 and IPv6 address assignment), network performance optimization, ARP, and interoperation between IPv4 and IPv6. This guide includes:

·       ARP(ARP, Gratuitous ARP, Proxy ARP, ARP Snooping)

·       DHCP(DHCP Server, DHCP Relay Agent, DHCP Client, DHCP Snooping, BOOTP Client)

·       DNS(IPv4 DNS, IPv6 DNS, DDNS)

·       IP Addressing

·       Fast Forwarding

·       IP Performance Optimization

·       NAT

·       NAT-PT

·       DVPN

·       Tunneling

·       UDP Helper

·       GRE

·       IPv6 Basics

·       DHCPv6(DHCPv6, DHCPv6 Server, DHCPv6 Relay Agent)

·       IPv6 Fast Forwarding

·       IPv6 DNS

·       IP Forwarding Basics

·       NEMO

Layer 3—IP Routing Configuration Guide

Covers the routing technologies for IPv4 and IPv6 networks of different sizes, route filtering, route control, and policy based routing. This guide includes:

·       IP Routing Basics

·       Static Routing

·       RIP

·       OSPF

·       IS-IS

·       BGP

·       Routing Policy

·       Policy-Based Routing

·       IPv6 Static Routing

·       RIPng

·       OSPFv3

·       IPv6 IS-IS

·       IPv6 BGP

·       IPv6 Policy-Based Routing

IP Multicast Configuration Guide

Covers Layer 3 IPv4 multicast protocols IGMP, PIM, MBGP, and Layer 3 IPv6 multicast protocols MLD, IPv6 PIM, MSDP, and IPv6 MBGP), Layer 2 IPv4 multicast protocols (IGMP snooping, and multicast VLAN), and Layer 2 IPv6 multicast protocols (MLD snooping and IPv6 multicast VLAN). This guide includes:

·       Mulitcast Overview

·       IGMP

·       PIM

·       Multicast Routing and Forwarding

·       IGMP Snooping

·       MSDP

·       MBGP

·       Multicast VPN

·       MLD

·       IPv6 PIM

·       IPv6 Multicast Routing and Forwarding

·       MLD Snooping

·       IPv6 MBGP

MPLS Configuration Guide

This guide includes:

·       MPLS Basics

·       MPLS L2VPN

·       MPLS L3VPN

·       MPLS TE

·       L2VPN Access to L3VPN or IP Backbone

ACL and QoS Configuration Guide

Describes how to classify traffic with ACLs, and allocate network resources and manage congestions with QoS technologies to improve network performance and network use efficiency. You can use ACLs to help other function modules (such as QoS and IP routing) classify or filter traffic. This configuration guide includes:

·       ACL

·       QoS(QoS, Priority Mapping, Traffic Policing, Traffic Shaping, and Line Rate, Congestion Management, Congestion Avoidance, Traffic Filtering, Priority Marking, Traffic Redirecting, DAR)

·       FR QoS

·       MPLS QoS

Security Configuration Guide

Covers security features. The major security features available on the router include: identity authentication (AAA and PKI), access security (802.1X, MAC authentication, portal, and port security), secure management (SSH), SSL, and attack protection (IP source guard, ARP attack protection, and URPF). This guide includes:

·       AAA

·       802.1X(802.1X, 802.1X-Based EAD Fast Deployment)

·       MAC Authentication

·       Port Security

·       IPsec(IPsec, IKE)

·       PKI

·       Public Key

·       RSH

·       Portal

·       Firewall

·       SSH2.0(SSH2.0, SFTP)

·       SSL

·       SSL VPN

·       User Profile

·       ARP Attack Protection

·       IP Source Guard

·       Attack Detection and Protection

·       TCP and ICMP Attack Protection

·       Connection Limit

·       Password Control

·       HABP

·       URPF

·       User Isolation

·       Group Domain VPN

·       FIPS

Voice Configuration Guide

Covers Voice features. This guide includes:

·       Voice Overview

·       Voice Entity

·       Voice Subscriber Line

·       Dial Plan

·       SIP(SIP, SIP Local Survival, SIP Trunk)

·       H.323

·       Call Services

·       Call-Watch

·       Fax over IP

·       Customizable IVR

·       VoFR

·       Voice RADIUS

WLAN Configuration Guide

Covers WLAN features. This guide includes:

·       WLAN Interface

·       WLAN Service

·       WLAN RRM

·       WLAN Security

·       WLAN IDS

·       WLAN QoS

High Availability Configuration Guide

Describes high availability technologies and features available on the router for failure detection and failover. Failure detection technologies focus on fault detection and isolation. Failover technologies focus on network recovery. This guide includes:

·       High Availability Overview

·       BFD

·       Interface Backup

·       Track

·       VRRP

Network Management and Monitoring Configuration Guide

Describes features that help you manage and monitor your network, for example, manage system events, collect traffic statistics, sample packets, assess network performance, and test network connectivity. This guide includes:

·       SNMP

·       RMON

·       NTP

·       Cluster Management

·       CWMP

·       IP Accounting

·       NetStream

·       NQA

·       IP Traffic Ordering

·       sFlow

·       Sampler

·       PoE

·       Mirroring(Port Mirroring, Traffic Mirroring)

·       Information Center

·       System Maintenance and Debugging

·       IPv6 NetStream

OAA Configuration Guide

Describes how to log in to an open application platform (OAP) card connected to your device and reset the operating system of the OAP card. OAP cards use the open service architecture design, and enable you to provide custom services.

·       OAP Module

·       ACFP

·       ACSEI

IPX Configuration Guide

Covers IPX features. This guide includes:

·       IPX

Acronyms

Lists the significant acronyms in the configuration guides.


About the H3C MSR Software Version

Softwares on MSR series routers fall into two versions: Basic and Standard. This list introduces to you the types of softwares that each model of MSR Series Routers can accommodate. In the table, “√” means "Supported" and “-" means “Not supported”.

Series

Model

Basic software

Standard software

MSR 900 series routers

MSR 900

-

MSR 920

-

MSR 930 series routers

MSR 930

-

MSR 930-GU

-

MSR 930-GT

-

MSR 930-DG

-

MSR 930-SA

-

MSR 20-1X series routers

MSR 20-10

-

MSR 20-11

-

MSR 20-12

-

MSR 20-13

-

MSR 20-15

-

MSR 20 series routers

MSR 20-20

MSR 20-21

MSR 20-40

MSR 30 series routers

MSR 30-10

-

MSR 30-11

-

MSR 30-11E

-

MSR 30-10F

-

MSR 30-16

MSR 30-20

MSR 30-40

MSR 30-60

MSR 50 series routers

MSR 50-40

MSR 50-60

 

You can find lists of features supported on the two versions and the corresponding volumes of protocols or features you are interested in through feature indexes for these two versions respectively. In the table, “√” means "Supported" and “-" means “Not supported”.

Functional module

Feature

Basic

Standard

Fundamentals

CLI

Logging In to the Router

Device Management

Configuration File Management

File Management

FTP and TFTP

License Management

Software Upgrade

Automatic Configuration

-

Interface

Ethernet

WAN

ATM

POS

CPOS

Loopback

Layer 2 – LAN Switching

MAC Address Table

-

VLAN

MSTP

Ethernet Link Aggregation

-

GVRP

-

LLDP

-

Port Isolation

-

VLAN Termination

-

Layer 2 – WAN Access

SLIP

-

PPP

ISDN

Frame Relay

DCC

Modem Management

ATM

HDLC

DLSw

-

L2TP

Bridging

EtoPPP and EtoFR

-

LAPB_and_X.25

Terminal Access

Terminal

-

POS

-

IP

-

Layer 3 – IP Services

ARP

DHCP

DNS

IP Addressing

Fast Forwarding

IP Performance Optimization

NAT

NAT-PT

-

DVPN

Tunneling

-

UDP Helper

-

GRE

IPv6 Basics

DHCPv6

-

IPv6 Fast Forwarding

-

IPv6 DNS

-

IP Forwarding Basics

Layer 3 – IP Routing

IP Routing Basics

Static Routing

RIP

OSPF

IS-IS

BGP

-

Routing Policy

Policy-Based Routing

IPv6 Static Routing

RIPng

-

OSPFv3

-

IPv6 IS-IS

-

IPv6 BGP

-

IPv6 Based Routing

IP Multicast

IGMP

PIM

Multicast Routing and Forwarding

IGMP Snooping

-

MSDP

MBGP

-

Multicast VPN

-

MLD

IPv6 PIM

IPv6 Multicast Routing and Forwarding

MLD Snooping

-

IPv6 MBGP

-

MPLS

MPLS

-

MPLS

-

MPLS

-

MPLS

-

L2VPN Access to L3VPN or IP Backbone

-

ACL and QoS

ACL

QoS

FR QoS

-

MPLS QoS

-

Security

AAA

802.1X

MAC Authentication

-

Port Security

-

IPsec

-

PKI

Public Key

-

RSH

Portal

Firewall

SSH2.0

SSL

-

SSL VPN

-

User Profile

-

ARP Attack Protection

-

IP Source Guard

-

Attack Detection and Protection

-

TCP and ICMP Attack Protection

-

Connection Limit

-

Password Control

-

HABP

-

URPF

User Isolation

-

Group Domain VPN

FIPS

-

Voice

Voice Entity

-

Voice Subscriber Line

-

Dial Plan

-

SIP

-

H.323

-

Call Services

-

Call-Watch

-

Fax over IP

-

Customizable IVR

-

VoFR

-

Voice RADIUS

-

WLAN

WLAN Interface

-

WLAN Service

-

WLAN RRM

-

WLAN Security

-

WLAN IDS

-

WLAN QoS

-

High Availability

BFD

-

Interface Backup

-

Track

VRRP

Network Management and Monitoring

SNMP

RMON

NTP

DMC

-

Cluster Management

-

CWMP

-

IP Accounting

NetStream

NQA

-

IP Traffic Ordering

-

sFlow

-

Sampler

-

PoE

-

Mirroring

Information Center

-

System Maintenance and Debugging

-

IPv6 NetStream

-

OAA

OAP Module

-

ACFP

-

ACSEI

-

IPX

IPX

-