Can S series switches be managed by the U2000

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Only S1720-10GW-2P-E, S12700 series switches, and S9300 series switches can be managed by the U2000.

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An S series switch detects that a member on the U2000 is in another cluster
A member device is in another cluster on the U2000. This is because the mVLAN configured on the member device is different from that configured on the command switch. The solution is to change the mVLAN on the member switch to ensure that the mVLANs of all switches in the cluster are the same. Note: S series switches excluding the S1700 in V200R002 and later versions, and V100R006C05 do not support HGMP.

S series switch SNMP OID
A Management Information Base (MIB) is a database that stores the variables (information that can be queried and set by the agent) on managed devices A MIB defines the attributes of managed devices, including name, status, access permission, and data type. MIB stores information using a tree structure. The leaf nodes of the tree are managed objects (MOs). An MO is identified by the set of nodes along the path from the root to the leaf node. Such a path is called object identifier (OID). An OID consists of positive integers and zero, and it is used to uniquely identify an MO in the MIB. For example, an SNMP object can be identified as { iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).snmpV2(6) }, which can be simplified to 1.3.6.1.6. The identifier is called an OID.

What is SNMP for S series switches
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a standard network management protocol widely used on TCP/IP networks. Devices function as agents and can be managed and monitored by the manager (NMS). A network administrator can query information, modify data, and locate faults on devices through SNMP, greatly improving work efficiency.

Is there any network management software that can be used to centrally manage S series switches
You can use eSight to centrally manage S series switches (except S1700 switches).

Are S series switches manageable
Except the S1700, other S series switches are manageable. S1700 switches are classified into unmanaged, web-managed, and SNMP-managed switches. For details, see .

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