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Administration Guide

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Configuring an LLDP profile for the port

Configure an LLDP profile for the port. By default, the port uses the default LLDP profile.

Using the GUI:
  1. Go to Switch > LLDP-MED > Profiles.
  2. Select Add Profile.
  3. Enter a name for your LLDP profile.
  4. If needed, select Port VLAN ID.
  5. If needed, select one or more of the 802.3 TLVs: Efficient Energy Ethernet Config, PoE+ Classification, and Maximum Frame Size.
  6. If needed, select Enable for Auto-ISL.
  7. Enter the number of seconds for the Auto-ISL Hello Timer.
  8. Enter the port group number for the Auto-ISL Port Group.
  9. Enter the number of seconds for the Auto-ISL Receive Timeout.
  10. If needed, select one or more of the MED TLVs: Inventory Management, Location Identification, Network Policy, and Power Management.
  11. Select Add.
Using the CLI:

config switch lldp profile

edit <profile>

set 802.1-tlvs port-vlan-id

set 802.3-tlvs max-frame-size

set auto-isl {active | inactive}

set auto-isl-hello-timer <1-30>

set auto-isl-port-group <0-9>

set auto-isl-receive-timeout <3-90>

set auto-mclag-icl {enable | disable}

set med-tlvs (inventory-management | location-identification | network-policy | power-management)

config custom-tlvs

edit <TLVname_str>

set information-string <hex-bytes>

set oui <hex-bytes>

set subtype <integer>

next

config med-location-service

edit address-civic

set status {enable | disable}

set sys-location-id <string>

next

edit coordinates

set status {enable | disable}

set sys-location-id <string>

next

edit elin-number

set status {enable | disable}

set sys-location-id <string>

next

config med-network-policy

edit <policy_type_name>

set status {enable | disable}

set assign-vlan {enable | disable}

set dscp <0-63>

set priority <0-7>

set vlan <0-4094>

next

end

Configuring an LLDP profile for the port

Configure an LLDP profile for the port. By default, the port uses the default LLDP profile.

Using the GUI:
  1. Go to Switch > LLDP-MED > Profiles.
  2. Select Add Profile.
  3. Enter a name for your LLDP profile.
  4. If needed, select Port VLAN ID.
  5. If needed, select one or more of the 802.3 TLVs: Efficient Energy Ethernet Config, PoE+ Classification, and Maximum Frame Size.
  6. If needed, select Enable for Auto-ISL.
  7. Enter the number of seconds for the Auto-ISL Hello Timer.
  8. Enter the port group number for the Auto-ISL Port Group.
  9. Enter the number of seconds for the Auto-ISL Receive Timeout.
  10. If needed, select one or more of the MED TLVs: Inventory Management, Location Identification, Network Policy, and Power Management.
  11. Select Add.
Using the CLI:

config switch lldp profile

edit <profile>

set 802.1-tlvs port-vlan-id

set 802.3-tlvs max-frame-size

set auto-isl {active | inactive}

set auto-isl-hello-timer <1-30>

set auto-isl-port-group <0-9>

set auto-isl-receive-timeout <3-90>

set auto-mclag-icl {enable | disable}

set med-tlvs (inventory-management | location-identification | network-policy | power-management)

config custom-tlvs

edit <TLVname_str>

set information-string <hex-bytes>

set oui <hex-bytes>

set subtype <integer>

next

config med-location-service

edit address-civic

set status {enable | disable}

set sys-location-id <string>

next

edit coordinates

set status {enable | disable}

set sys-location-id <string>

next

edit elin-number

set status {enable | disable}

set sys-location-id <string>

next

config med-network-policy

edit <policy_type_name>

set status {enable | disable}

set assign-vlan {enable | disable}

set dscp <0-63>

set priority <0-7>

set vlan <0-4094>

next

end