Does the console interface support traffic control


AR120&AR150&AR160&AR200&510 series and AR2220E&AR2220L do not support this function.
The flow-control command is used to configure a flow control mode.
Configure flow control based on the hardware in the system view.
[Huawei] user-interface console 0
[Huawei-ui-console0] flow-control hardware

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Is traffic of broadcast packets controlled by bandwidth percentage on S series modular switches and is the interface shut down when the threshold is reached
Traffic cannot be controlled by bandwidth percentage on S series modular switches. However, you can use the following methods to control traffic. In the interface view, run the storm-control { broadcast |multicast | unicast } min-rate min-rate-value max-rate max-rate-value command to specify the upper and lower thresholds of the rate. If min-rate-value is specified, the interface forwards only the packets of which the rate is smaller than the value of min-rate-value within the detection interval. If max-rate-value is specified, the interface is blocked or shut down when it receives packets of which the rate is larger than the value of max-rate-value. Run the storm-control action { block | error-down } command in the interface view to set the action to shutdown.

Do S series switch support access control on outbound interfaces?
S series switches (except S1700) support access control on inbound and outbound interfaces.

Whether support traffic control by EFS0 of OSN3500
1.Auto-Negotiation:support port traffic control (FE port not supportable) 2、Not Auto-Negotiation:support port traffic control (cooperate EFF8 card ,not support

Does an outdoor AP provide a console port
The AP6510DN, AP6610DN, or AT815SN provides a built-in console port, which is used only for maintenance. The console port login is as secure as Telnet login. To ensure an effective water-proof effect, you are not advised to disassemble an AP.

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