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Article Number: 000137425


PowerSwitch N Series

Summary: PowerSwitch N-Series switches in the Support Library

Article Content


Symptoms

SLN316270_en_US__1I_switch_n1100_JM_v3


Overview

N series is a family of energy-efficient, cost-effective 1GbE, 2.5GbE, 5GbE and 10GbE Open Networking switches designed for modernizing and scaling campus networks. Customer’s choice includes enterprise-class layer 2, layer 3 feature set with OS 6 or select third-party network operating systems. Delivering a great choice of number of PoE and number of ports, they are ideal for powering wireless access points, voice over IP phones, surveillance cameras, building automation and Internet of Things.

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Getting Started


SmartFabric OS10 Info Hub
Hardware Platforms OS9 Info Hub
How to enable HTTPS/SSH and disable HTTP/Telnet for switch management on N-Series Switches
How to stack N2000 or N3000 switches
Types of console cables used for Dell N-Series and Force10 switches
How to set up Link Dependency on a Dell Networking N-Series Switch
How to configure a LACP Port-Channel on a DNOS 6 Switch
How to configure a static Port-Channel on an N-Series Switch
How to configure Radius or TACACS authentication for switch management on N-Series switches
How to automatically synchronize firmware when adding a N-Series switch to a Stack
Updating firmware using OpenManage Switch Administrator web interface on the N2000, N3000, and N4000 series switches
How to set up management access for N2000, N3000 and N4000 series switches
How to manage Rapid Spanning Tree (RSTP) using Command Line on N Series switches
How to configure MAC based port security on Dell N2000, N3000, and N4000 series switches
How to create Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs) on N-Series switches
How to set a username and password for Web and Telnet access on N Series switches
How to configure Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) on N Series
Performing interface range commands on 7000, 8000, 8100, M6220, M6348, M8024-K N2000, N3000 and N4000 series switches
How to save and back up your configuration on Force10 and N Series switches via CLI
How to use General Switchport Mode on N Series switches

Troubleshooting


N-Series 6.5 mixed stacking technical update
N-series switches and ACL hardware limitation

Cause

Dell Technologies

Resolution

Copyright 2022

Article Properties


Affected Product

PowerSwitch N1500 Series, PowerSwitch N2000 Series, PowerSwitch N2100 Series, PowerSwitch N3000 Series, Dell EMC PowerSwitch N3100 Series, PowerSwitch N4000 Series, Dell Networking S3100 Series

Last Published Date

03 Jun 2022

Version

4

Article Type

Solution