D-Link DES-3028G Fast Ethernet L2+ Switch Firmware 2.00B27

Operating systemsOS : Windows All
ManufacturerManufacturer : D-Link
CreatedCreated : Jul 2, 2013
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Fixes:
- support new model DES-3028G
- 802.1D 2004 edition
- Root Restriction (defined in 802.1Q-2005)
- MLD Snooping v1 and v2 awareness
- DoS attack Prevention
- Asymmetric vlan
- IP-MAC-Port Binding v3.3
- IMPB auto recovery
- ISM VLAN
- IGMP authentication
- VLAN trunking
- Loopback detection v2.0
- Support Port-based QinQ (TPID of outer tag cannot be configured to 0x8100)
- LLDP
- Cable Diagnostics
- Gratuitous ARP
- Password encryption
- Extend trusted host number to 10 entries and add mask function on trusted host
- Support data driven multicast learned automatically
- Support limited IP multicast address ranges
- Product serial number can be displayed on GUI, CLI and be queried via SNMP. (From new shipment and burn-in serial number in H/W)
- Password Recovery v1.1
- Support VLAN batch configuration
- Be able to force the 802.1X client to go offline
- Support 802.1X session timeout attribute
- Can assign ingress/egress bandwidth control and 802.1p priority to the port according to the attributes dispatched from Radius Server
- Support “show tech support” command for troubleshooting
- Support configurable MDI/MDIX, it can be manual configure as Auto, Normal and Cross mode
- Remark DSCP to 802.1p priority tag
- Extend dynamic VLAN groups to 255
- Support three MAC address format: 11-22-33-44-55-66, 11:22:33:44:55:66 or 112233445566
- Add auto complete commands with extra parameter “force_agree”. Instead of popping up (Y/N) message while enter reset and reboot, it will be executed automatically
- Remove all ACL entries by one command in CLI, Web and SNMP
- Remove all trust host entries by one command in CLI, Web and SNMP
- Display remaining ACL rules on Web/CLI
- Add a SNMP MIB to support VLAN advertisement enable/disable function
- Add show memory usage/percentage SNMP MIB
- Add an OID to show port utilization
- Add an OID to clear FDB and ARP table
- Add ping command to user privilege
- Stop contacting to TACAS+ server periodically before logging-in
- Add “show VLAN” command by VLAN ID
- Add "show FDB VLAN" command by VLAN ID
- Support tagged ports column while show VLAN
- Support forbidden router port
- Add the ability to forward the unregistered multicast traffic to router port even when the ‘filter unregistered groups’ option is enabled
- Add RFC2869 RADIUS extension standard to get 64 bits counters from two attribute "Acct-Input-Gigawords & Acct-Output-Gigawords"
- Support to get NAS-ID from switch "system name" and can be configure NAS-ID
- Support DHCP relay option 82 remote ID
- Support DHCP local relay to insert option 82 information on DHCP broadcast packets in client’s VLAN
- Block broadcast packet in DHCP relay
- Ability to set the row number of terminal line
- Add ARP-FDB table for easy set static entry to IP_MAC_Port binding tables
- Extend ACL access id number from 256 to 65535
- Remove the display of MAC address from telnet log
- Support broadcast storm control port shutdown log
- Support port information on STP log event while STP topology changes
- DLF rename to Unicast in storm control feature
- Redirect embedded URL of d-link logo to local OBU web site
- Remove Web-UI welcome page
- If SIM commander switch connects to member switch via tag ports, it is unable to upload/download member’s configuration
- If STP is enabled on ports, ‘show ports’ command will cause screen to freeze
- If STP is disabled, show ports and then reset, it will cause high CPU utilization
- Show port list from left to right via SNMP
- Config ports command lacks learning enable/disable parameter
- While config multicast filter, unregistered groups on all ports cannot be learned as multicast router port
- X authentication process with PEAP protocol takes a long time to complete
- Incorrect display format while execute show current config
- MAC address search issue on FDB monitor function
- System interface cannot change to other VLAN while the switch is set as DHCP client
- CPU high utilization while STP and LBD are enabled at the same time
- Multicast client is unable to send leave packet if new VLAN is created on the switch
- Filter unregistered groups on the port will block multicast control packets
- IF customer uses SNMP module command and then powers off/on, switch will enter exception mode and reboot cyclically
- SIM feature only works on default VLAN
- While enable LACP connection, system interface cannot be accessed
- Different ACL rules sequence will make ACL entries configure fail
- SSH fatal error while running perl script from client
- Dynamic VLAN assignment does not work if the RADIUS server is Juniper Funk Steel
- While enable bandwidth control on port 25 and send packets over the rate limit from port 25 to 26, packet loss will occur from port 26 to 25

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