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Table of contents Table Of Contents Ip Routing Features Procurve Stack Management Software Feature Index Feature Descriptions By Model Command Syntax Statements Port Identity Examples Sources For More Information Need Only A Quick Start Static Virtual Lans vlans Port-based Virtual Lans static Vlans Overview Of Using Vlans The Primary Vlan Per-port Static Vlan Configuration Options General Steps For Using Vlans Vlan Operating Notes Multiple Vlan Considerations Single-forwarding Database Operation To Correct It Multiple-forwarding Database Operation Configuring Vlan Parameters To Change Vlan Support Settings Adding Or Editing Vlan Names Displaying The Switch’s Vlan Configuration Showing Port Details For Vlans Changing The Primary Vlan Viewing And Configuring Vlan Parameters The Secure Management Vlan Operating Notes For Management Vlans Spanning Tree Operation With Vlans Vlan Mac Addresses Jumbo Packet Support Gvrp And Vlan Access Control Port-leave From A Dynamic Vlan Planning For Gvrp Operation Configuring Gvrp On A Switch Viewing And Configuring Gvrp Gvrp Operating Notes General Operation And Features Igmp Operating Features Configuring And Displaying Igmp Enabling Or Disabling Igmp How Igmp Operates Igmp Operating Notes Displaying Igmp Data Supported Standards And Rfcs Automatic Fast-leave Igmp Using Delayed Group Flush Forced Fast-leave Igmp Configuring Per-port Forced Fast-leave Igmp Using The Switch As Querier How Stp And Rstp Operate Configuring Rapid Reconfiguration Spanning Tree rstp Transitioning From Stp To Rstp Optimizing The Rstp Configuration Enabling Or Disabling Rstp D Spanning-tree Protocol stp Stp Fast Mode Fast-uplink Spanning Tree Protocol stp Operating Rules For Fast Uplink Viewing And Configuring Fast-uplink Stp Enabling Or Disabling Stp Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol mstp How Mstp Operates Mstp Operation With Steps For Configuring Mstp Configuring Basic Port Connectivity Parameters Configuring Mst Instance Parameters Configuring Mst Instance Per-port Parameters Displaying Mstp Statistics And Configuration Displaying Mstp Statistics Displaying The Mstp Configuration Quality Of Service qos: Managing Bandwidth More Effectively Classifiers For Prioritizing Outbound Packets Packet Classifiers And Evaluation Order Preparation For Configuring Qos Planning A Qos Configuration Policy Enforcement Engine Qos Resource Usage And Monitoring Planning And Monitoring Rule Usage Managing Qos Resource Consumption Examples Of Qos Resource Usage Viewing The Qos Configuration Qos Ip-device Priority Of The Tos Precedence Bits Received From Upstream Devices Details Of Qos Ip Type-of-service Qos Vlan-id vid Priority Qos Source-port Priority Differentiated Services Codepoint dscp Mapping Quickly Listing Non-default Codepoint Settings Effect Of “no-override Ip Multicast igmp Interaction With Qos Qos Messages In The Cli Qos Operating Notes And Restrictions Overview Of Ip Routing Ip Tables And Caches Arp Cache Table