Whether the S1700 supports IPSG

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Does the S1700 support IPSG?
SNMP-based S1700 switches (including S1700-28GFR-4P-AC, S1700-52GFR-4P-AC, S1700-28FR-2T2P-AC, S1700-52FR-2T2P-AC, S1720-20GFR-4TP, and S1720-28GFR-4TP switches) support IPSG. NMS-free and web-managed S1700 switches do not support IPSG.
An S1700 switch checks whether to match data packets against binding entries configured on interfaces. The binding entries include the following:
�?IP: The switch matches only IP addresses.
�?MAC: The switch matches only MAC addresses.
�?VLAN: The switch matches only VLAN IDs.
�?IP&MAC: The switch matches IP addresses and MAC addresses.
�?IP&VLAN: The switch matches IP addresses and VLAN IDs.
�?MAC&VLAN: The switch matches MAC addresses and VLAN IDs.
�?IP&MAC&VLAN: The switch matches IP addresses, MAC addresses, and VLAN IDs.

Other related questions:
Whether the S1700 supports SNMP
Does the S1700 support SNMP binding? SNMP-based S1700 switches (including S1700-28GFR-4P-AC, S1700-52GFR-4P-AC, S1700-28FR-2T2P-AC, S1700-52FR-2T2P-AC, S1720-20GFR-4TP, and S1720-28GFR-4TP switches) support SNMP. NMS-free and web-managed S1700 switches do not support SNMP.

Configure IPSG on the S1700-FR or S1700-GFR switch
Configure IPSG on an S1700-FR or S1700-GFR switch as follows: 1. Choose Security > IPSG. 2. Select the interface on which IPSG is configured and click Configure. 3. Set IPSG Status to Enable. 4. Select an IPSG policy bound to the interface from the IPSG Matching Options drop-down list box. 5. Click Apply. Note: If IPSG is enabled on an interface where no binding table is configured, the interface blocks all IP data packets. IPSG cannot be enabled on a DHCP snooping trusted interface. An interface enabled with IPSG cannot be configured as the trusted interface. If an interface joins an aggregation group, IPSG cannot be enabled on the interface. An interface enabled with IPSG cannot join an aggregation group.

Whether S series switches support IPSG
All S series switches except the following support IPSG: S1700 switches S2700-SI switches W series cards of S7700, S9700, and S1270 switches S9300 of earlier versions than V100R002 For switches that do not support IPSG, you can run the mac-address static vlan command to configure static MAC addresses and run the mac-address learning disable command to disable MAC address learning on interfaces to realize a function similar to IPSG.

Whether S1700 switches are GE switches
If you understand the naming rules of the S1700, you can determine whether an S1700 switch is a GE switch or not based on its model.

Whether the S1700 functions as an aggregation switch
Can an S1700 switch function as an aggregation switch? The S1700 mainly applies to individual users and small- and medium-sized enterprises, functioning as the access switch. When a few terminals are connected, the S1700 can function as the aggregation switch. When many terminals are connected and the traffic volume is high, you are advised to use switches with higher specifications than the S1700 as aggregation switches.

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