How to check whether a user can access the network on an S series switch

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You can run the ping command on an S series switch to check whether a user can access the network.

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How can I check whether a loop exists on an S series switch
The simplest way to check the existence of a loop on an S series switch (except the S1700) is to check whether a MAC address flapping alarm exists on the switch. If the alarm exists, you can quickly locate the loop based on the information in the alarm. Run the display mac-address flapping record command to check whether MAC address flapping exists, or run the display trapbuffer command to check whether the alarm contains The mac-address has flap value or MAC move detected. For more information, visit Layer 2 Loop Troubleshooting.

Configure NAT outbound on S series switches to allow private network users to access public networks
S7700, S9700, and S9300 series modular switches use SPUs to support the NAT outbound function.

Configure NAT server on S series switches to allow public network users to access servers on the private network
S7700, S9700, and S9300 series modular switches use SPUs to support the NAT server function.

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