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  • Ports randomly hang

    This is a firmware related issue. Please contact our Technical support at support@volkte.com for latest firmware.

  • DHCP snooping feature not working.

    This is a firmware related issue. Please contact our Technical support at support@volkte.com for latest firmware.

  • Does MEN-6532 support TACACS/RADIUS?

    MEN-6532 supports only RADIUS.

  • What is the key difference between MEN-9632 and MEN-6532?

    MEN-9632 is an L3 switch (Static Route and Inter-VLAN Routing).
    MEN-6532 is an L2+ switch.

  • Which L3 features are supported by MEN-9632?

    Static Route and Inter-VLAN Routing.

  • Does MEN-9632 support TACACS and RADIUS?

    MEN-9632 supports only RADIUS.

  • How many fans does MEN-9632 have?

    2

  • How many MAC entries does MEN-9632 support?

    32K

  • What is the power consumption of MEN-9632?

    52.8W

  • How can I configure the parameters for 802.1x on Volktek SW? (INS-8648P)

    1. In global configuration

       -   Choose state enable/disable to activate this function

       -   Choose which method you prefer Local/Radius

       -   Guest VLAN: Keep as default “0”, if you config it, pls config on access ports, not apply for trunk ports

       -   Input Primary/Secondary server info

       -   Input Local Users/Passwords

    2. In port setting

        -   You must enable state, and don’t enable all ports at the same time

        -   Control direction: In your prefer

        -   Reauthentication

        #Disable: If you don’t need supplicant to re-enter username/password when re-auth

        #Enable: If you want supplicant enter username/password when re-auth

    >> For convenient: Should disable (Which mean the Authenticator (SW) will do itself)

        -  Port Control: Keep as Auto

        -  Guest VLAN: Depend on your global config

        -  Max-req timer: Base on your prefer

        -  Reauth-period or reAuthWhen: A timer used by the Reauthentication Timer state machine to determine when reauthentication of the 
            
    Supplicant takes place.

        -  Quiet Period or QuietWhile: A timer used by the Authenticator (SW) state machine to define periods of time during which it will not attempt to
            
    acquire a Supplicant.

        -  Supp-timeout or authWhile: A timer used by the Supplicant to determine how long to wait for a request from the Authenticator before timing it
            
    out.

        -  Server-timeout or aWhile: A timer used by the Backend Authentication state machine in order to determine timeout conditions in the
            exchanges between the Authenticator and EAP.

    We have no recommendation for you, but hope all above will help you decide the parameters.