3Com WX2200 3CRWX220095A Switch User Manual

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Displaying Port Group Information
To display port group information, use the following command:
display port-group [name group-name]
To display the configuration and status of port group server2, type the
following command:
WX1200# display port-group name server2
Port group: server2 is up
Ports: 2, 5
Interoperating with Cisco Systems EtherChannel
Load-sharing port groups are interoperable with Cisco Systems
EtherChannel capabilities. To configure a Cisco Catalyst
switch to
interoperate with a 3Com WX switch, use the following command on the
Catalyst switch:
set port channel port-list mode on
Configuring and
Managing VLANs
The CLI commands in this chapter configure VLANs on WX switch
network ports. The commands do not configure VLAN membership for
wireless or wired authentication users. To assign a user to a VLAN,
configure the RADIUS Tunnel-Private-Group-ID attribute or the
VLAN-Name vendor specific attribute (VSA) for that user. (For more
information, see Chapter 21, “Configuring AAA for Network Users,” on
page 433.)
VLANs in 3Com MSS
A virtual LAN (VLAN) is a Layer 2 broadcast domain that can span multiple
wired or wireless LAN segments. Each VLAN is a separate logical network
and, if you configure IP interfaces on the VLANs, MSS treats each VLAN
as a separate IP subnet.
Only network ports can be preconfigured to be members of one or more
VLAN(s). You configure VLANs on a WX switch’s network ports by
configuring them on the switch itself. You configure a VLAN by assigning
a name and network ports to the VLAN. Optionally, you can assign VLAN
tag values on individual network ports. You can configure multiple VLANs
on a WX switch’s network ports. Optionally, each VLAN can have an IP