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[Ruijie Cloud] Device-managed by Ruijie Cloud - Switch

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Select MONITORING > DEVICE to display the Devices page, and select a network on the top to filter devices.

1. Switch List
The Switch List displays basic device information, including the online/offline status, SN, MAC, alias, management IP & public IP, offline time, network, model, firmware version and description.
The Switch List automatically refreshes every minute. Click to enable/disable the auto refresh function.
Above the list is the Add function. Click to display the Move to, Delete, and Reboot  functions. For more information, refer to Basic Switch Operations.
The Search function supports fuzzy queries based on the serial number, alias and description, and also supports queries based on online/offline status.

2. Device Details
Click the SN in the Switch List to open the details page of a single device. The page displays detailed device information, including the port panel, basic information, overview, ports, config, PoE and diagnosis.
l Port Panel
The port panel imitates the actual switch panel, displaying the port type, status and speed.
When you point to a port, the traffic, speed and other information of the port will be displayed.
l Switch Info
Switch information includes the alias, model, SN and other information. Alias and Description can be edited.
l Overview > CPU & Memory Usage
l Overview > Connectivity
Connectivity refers to the connectivity (online status) between Switch and Cloud Service within a period (1 day or 7 days).
l Overview > Uplink
Uplink information includes the port, speed, duplex, uplink/downlink speed and uplink/downlink traffic.
l Overview > Speed Summary
Speed summary includes the uplink/downlink speed summary over the past 24 hours.
l Overview > Device Log
The device log records the historical operations, including online/offline, restart, upgrade, and VLAN change, and supports queries based on log type and time.
l Overview > Config Log
The config log records the historical configuration delivery, and supports queries based on status and time.
l Overview > Port Log
The port log records the changes of port configuration, and supports queries based on port ID and time.
l Ports > Port Settings
Select one or multiple ports in the port panel to display and edit the port configuration, including admin status, duplex mode and speed.
l Ports > Port List
Port list includes the information of all ports, including port ID, admin status, port status, duplex mode, port type, VLAN ID and PoE status, and support queries based on admin status, port type and PoE status.
l Config > VLAN List
VLAN list includes the VLAN ID and the correspondingly ports.
l Config > SVI & DHCP
SVI & DHCP information includes VLAN ID, SVI and DHCP pool name. You can add, edit or delete the SVI or DHCP configuration.
Click Add to configure the IP and subnet mask of a VLAN, and configure the name, IP segment, subnet mask and gateway of DHCP service.
l Config > DHCP
Enable DHCP Snooping Status, select ports and click Save. The uplink port is selected by default if it is not routed port. If the port connecting to the DHCP server is not an uplink port, please select it manually.
l Config > RLDP
Enable Status, select one or multiple ports, choose the troubleshooting method for a loop, and click Save. The troubleshooting methods include Detection Disabled, Warning, Block, Shutdown-port and Shutdown-SVI. If Warning is chosen, the Switch loop alarm should be enabled in the Alarm Settings page.
Click Auto Config to enable the default configuration.
l Config > Service List
Configure the admin status and login password of the eWeb service.
l Config > Configuration Backup List
The backup records include configuration file name, size, time, mode and MD5.
Click Current to display the current configuration. Click Backup in the Config Details page to back up the current configuration.
Select one record, and click Download to download the configuration file.
Select one record, and click Restore to restore the current configuration.
Select one or multiple records, and click Delete to delete the backup record.
Select two records, and click Compare to compare the differences.
Description can be edited. Click Details in the Action column to check the backup configuration.
l PoE > PoE Port List
PoE statistics are displayed above PoE Port List, including the total power, current power and time.
PoE configuration includes the port, PoE-capable, PoE status, power, PD class and description.
l Diagnose > Fault Diagnosis
There are two types of fault diagnosis: PoE Power Supply and SFP Port. Select a port in the panel, click Diagnose, and the diagnosis procedure is displayed as below.
Click History, and the diagnosis history is displayed.
Select a port in the panel, click Deep Diagnose, and click Diagnose in the PoE Diagnosis page.
Normal diagnosis: The Cloud server delivers CLI commands to collect the switch information, and the diagnosis occurs on the Cloud server.
Deep diagnosis: The diagnosis occurs on the switch, and the results are reported to the Cloud server.

3. Basic Switch Operations
l Add
Select the network, and click Add. Both batch import and manual add are supported.
Click Download Template to download the template, enter switch information, and click ‘.xls’ File to import the template.
Click Add a Device, enter SN and alias of the switch, and click OK. Click to add multiple switches.
l Move to
Select one or multiple devices in the Switch List, click More > Move to, select the new network and click OK.
l Delete
Select one or multiple devices in the Switch List, click More > Delete and click OK.
l Reboot
Select one or multiple devices in the Switch List, and click Reboot.
l Web CLI
Select one or multiple devices in the Switch List, and click Web CLI. The Web CLI dialog box is displayed, and device information can be queried via the menus in this dialog box. The menus vary with the products.
In addition, in the command entry box, the TAB key and question mark (?) both can complete a command.


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