Quanta LB6M (10GbE) -- Discussion

Talonaz

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lm6m1.PNG lm6m2.PNG SO I know this Discussion is 4 years old and hope I can get feed back on what I need. So I've played with 10gbe peer to peer and decided to get a LB6M switch from UNIXPLUS. And thanks for the $50.00 discounted price with the code. I try to do my research before I buy some thing. I've previewed the manual on UNIXPLUS website for the LB6M (Quanta LB6M 24-Port 10GbE SFP+ 4x 1GbE L2/L3 Switch)

So here are some of my questions.

1. Is LB6M a CLI only or is there a GUI like shown on page 51 and 52 on the manual

2. The switch pulls a IP address from the router. should I not be able to access the above GUI from the network?
I 'm not at a point where I want to convert it.
Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks Tim
 

MathieuP

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as far as i know, the lb6m out there are cli only. the fasthpath image does not contain a webgui.
 

Nikol

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Hi i am new with quanta switch ...i have Quanta LB4M and LB6M..on the LB4M is the swiching firmware ..on the LB6M is Routing firmware, i canot understand how to make trunk port? switchport comand dont work ?
 

Makton

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Greeting everyone.. resurrecting an old thread as it's still relevant today. Nikol, it does not use switchport like a CISCO. you add your vlans to the interface and set their tagging.

vlan participation include 2-6,66
vlan tagging 2-6,66

All, I need some help on the routing side of the LB6M. I have my vlans, with IPs and are routing.. The problem is, traffic between vlans is stuck around 7Mpbs instead of the full 10Gbps. I am using jumbo frames and they are set on the switch and the servers (mtu 9216). Is this switch supposed to be able to route L3 effectivelly? is there a setting I'm missing for the "cross-vlan" traffic?

-Mike
 
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pjaneiro

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Hey all, anyone knows if the switch supports IGMP snooping ? Everything seems to work except this, i get flooded, even after i type the command set igmp

I need to enable it on all ports, my wifi is going nuts
With my cisco sg500x no issues


Thanks
 

Networker

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Hello I have a quanta LB6M.

I create vlan 2 and i assign to it some ports and now i want to give that vlan an Ip address But I can't find the interface vlan id.
Can Anyone Please Help Me.

Thanks.
 

error00242

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Hi guys, I've just bought myself Delta 7024, however I'm having issue with setting up the switch. By right, after you plug in the copper ** RJ45 10gbps to 10gbps, it should have link right? Apparently, mine isn't working at all. Nothing is plugged into the SFP+ slot at all. Btw I didn't change/switch into dell firmware is because of the SFP+ transceivers... many mentioned only accept DELL. Can anyone advise?

Thanks!
 

i2like

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I got a LB9A, I want to flash the LB9A to 1.2.xx, does anyone can share the firmware.
Thanks
 
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K Minh

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Does Quanta LB6m support to show interfaces transceiver ? All commands I tested. It didnt work. Can u guys give me some ideas to solve this ?
Thanks u guys so much
 

Terry Kennedy

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Does Quanta LB6m support to show interfaces transceiver ? All commands I tested. It didnt work. Can u guys give me some ideas to solve this ?
Thanks u guys so much
In the Broadcom FASTPATH software (like on the Dell 8024x) it is "show fiber-ports optical-transceiver <interfacename>", like this:
Code:
switch2#show fiber-ports optical-transceiver 

                                    Output    Input
Port      Temp  Voltage  Current     Power    Power   TX     LOS
           [C]   [Volt]     [mA]     [dBm]    [dBm]   Fault
--------  ----  -------  -------   -------  -------   -----  ---
Te2/0/1   38.6    3.293     13.0    -5.126  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/2   43.0    3.291     13.0    -5.014  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/3   40.2    3.294     13.0    -5.275  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/4   41.3    3.284     13.5    -5.160  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/5   45.3    3.280     12.7    -7.007  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/6   43.7    3.277     13.0    -7.167  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/7   43.9    3.278     12.7    -6.972  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/8   45.3    3.300     13.1    -7.095  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/9   39.8    3.262     11.5    -2.809  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/10  40.7    3.291     11.6    -3.012  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/11  40.4    3.254     11.1    -3.595  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/12  41.0    3.237     11.2    -3.983  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/13  28.7    3.226     24.2    -2.011   -1.511   No     No
Te2/0/14  25.7    3.238     24.6    -1.938  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/15  27.7    3.246     24.9    -1.445  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/16  25.6    3.228     23.8    -2.300  -40.000   No     Yes
Te2/0/17  35.0    3.255      5.6    -2.261   -2.953   No     No
Te2/0/18  36.0    3.250      5.5    -1.840   -3.413   No     No
Te2/0/19  38.2    3.326      5.9    -2.000   -2.622   No     No
Te2/0/20  39.4    3.282      6.2    -2.005   -2.372   No     No

 Temp - Internally measured transceiver temperatures.
 Voltage - Internally measured supply voltage.
 Current - Measured TX bias current.
 Output Power - Measured optical output power relative to 1mW.
 Input Power - Measured optical power received relative to 1mW.
 TX Fault - Transmitter fault.
 LOS - Loss of signal.
Of course, your optics need to support Digital Optical Monitoring (DOM) for this to show anything.