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About the H3C S6861 command references

The H3C S6861 command references describe the commands and command syntax options available for the H3C S6861 Switch Series.

 

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Fundamentals Command Reference

Covers the commands for logging in to and setting up an S6861 switch.

This command reference includes:

·         CLI (command privilege settings and CLI management commands).

·         RBAC.

·         Logging in to the switch.

·         FTP and TFTP.

·         File system management.

·         Configuration file management.

·         Software upgrade.

·         ISSU.

·         Emergency shell.

·         Device management.

·         Tcl.

·         Python.

·         License management.

·         Preprovisioning.

Virtual Technologies Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring IRF and IRF 3.1.

Layer 2—LAN Switching Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring Layer 2 technologies and features in a LAN switched network.

This command reference includes:

·         Ethernet interface.

·         Loopback, null, and inloopback interfaces.

·         Bulk interface configuration.

·         MAC address table and MAC Information.

·         Ethernet link aggregation.

·         Port isolation.

·         Spanning tree.

·         Loop detection.

·         VLAN (including VLAN, super VLAN, private VLAN, and voice VLAN).

·         MVRP.

·         QinQ.

·         VLAN mapping.

·         LLDP.

·         L2PT.

·         Service loopback group.

·         Cut-through forwarding.

·         DRNI.

Layer 3—IP Services Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring and managing IP addressing (including static and dynamic IPv4 and IPv6 address assignment), network performance optimization, ARP, and interoperation between IPv4 and IPv6.

This command reference includes:

·         ARP (including ARP, gratuitous ARP, proxy ARP, ARP snooping, ARP fast reply, and ARP direct route advertisement).

·         IP addressing.

·         DHCP.

·         DNS and DDNS.

·         Basic IP forwarding and load sharing.

·         Fast forwarding.

·         Adjacency table.

·         IRDP.

·         IP performance optimization.

·         UDP helper.

·         IPv6 basics.

·         DHCPv6.

·         IPv6 fast forwarding.

·         Tunneling.

·         GRE.

·         HTTP redirect.

Layer 3—IP Routing Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring routes for IPv4 and IPv6 networks of different sizes, route filtering, route control, and policy based routing.

This command reference includes:

·         Basic IP routing.

·         Static routing.

·         RIP.

·         OSPF.

·         IS-IS.

·         BGP.

·         Policy-based routing.

·         IPv6 static routing.

·         RIPng.

·         OSPFv3.

·         IPv6 IS-IS.

·         IPv6 policy-based routing.

·         Routing policy.

IP Multicast Command Reference

Covers the commands for Layer 2 and Layer 3 multicast protocols.

This command reference includes:

·         IGMP snooping.

·         PIM snooping.

·         Multicast VLAN.

·         Multicast routing and forwarding.

·         IGMP.

·         PIM.

·         MSDP.

·         Multicast VPN.

·         MLD snooping.

·         IPv6 PIM snooping.

·         IPv6 multicast VLAN.

·         IPv6 multicast routing and forwarding.

·         MLD.

·         IPv6 PIM.

MPLS Command Reference

Covers the MPLS commands.

This command reference includes:

·         Basic MPLS.

·         Static LSP.

·         LDP.

·         MPLS TE.

·         Static CRLSP.

·         RSVP.

·         Tunnel policy.

·         MPLS L3VPN and IPv6 MPLS L3VPN.

·         MPLS L2VPN.

·         VPLS.

·         MPLS OAM.

·         MCE and IPv6 MCE.

·         Static SR over MPLS.

ACL and QoS Command Reference

Covers the commands for classifying traffic with ACLs, and allocating network resources and managing congestions with QoS technologies to improve network performance and network use efficiency.

This command reference includes:

·         ACL.

·         QoS (including QoS policy, priority mapping, GTS and rate limit, congestion management, congestion avoidance, and global CAR).

·         Time range.

·         Data buffer.

·         QCN.

Security Command Reference

Covers security feature commands. Available security features include identity authentication (AAA and PKI), access security (802.1X, MAC authentication, portal, and port security), secure management (public key management, SSH, SSL, and IPsec), and attack protection (IP source guard, ARP attack protection, uRPF, attack detection and prevention, and ND attack defense).

This command reference includes:

·         AAA.

·         802.1X.

·         MAC authentication.

·         Portal.

·         Web authentication.

·         Port security.

·         User profile.

·         Password control.

·         Keychain.

·         Public key management.

·         PKI.

·         IPsec, IKE, and IKEv2.

·         SSH.

·         SSL.

·         Attack detection and prevention.

·         TCP attack prevention.

·         IP source guard.

·         ARP attack protection.

·         ND attack defense.

·         uRPF.

·         MFF.

·         Crypto engine.

·         FIPS.

High Availability Command Reference

Covers high availability commands for managing failure detection and failover. Failure detection technologies focus on fault detection and isolation. Failover technologies focus on network recovery.

This command reference includes:

·         Ethernet OAM.

·         CFD.

·         DLDP.

·         RRPP.

·         ERPS.

·         Smart Link.

·         Monitor Link.

·         VRRP.

·         BFD.

·         Track.

·         Process placement.

Network Management and Monitoring Command Reference

Covers the commands 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 command reference includes:

·         System maintenance and debugging (ping, tracert, and system debugging).

·         NQA.

·         NTP and SNTP.

·         SNMP.

·         RMON.

·         Event MIB.

·         NETCONF.

·         CWMP.

·         EAA.

·         Process monitoring and maintenance.

·         Mirroring (including both port and traffic mirroring).

·         sFlow.

·         Information center.

·         Packet capture.

·         VCF fabric.

FCoE Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring FCoE.

OpenFlow Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring OpenFlow.

VXLAN Command Reference

Covers the commands for configuring VXLAN.