What's happened to my switch settings ?!
edited May 26
So when you link a switch up to Nebula, you lose access to all the local functionality, is that right? When logging into switch my menu now only has 6 entries, no port status, no MAC table ect. Is there any way around this?
edited June 1
Welcome to Zyxel community!
The device is fully controlled by Nebula after device connect to Nebula. That's why you only see 6 entries in local.
If you want check port status and MAC table in local, you can login via telnet/SSH and use command "show interfaces status" to check port status and "show mac address-table all" to check MAC table.
Hope it helps.
I would like to mention you also can check port status and MAC table on Nebula.
Below is the step to check these information.
Port status: Please go to Menu>Switch>Configure>Switch ports and you will see the port status of each port.
You also can click the bottom which I use red square to highlight to select more category to see more information.
For more detail, you may click the details to check the bandwidth usage, tx/rx and etc.
MAC table: Please go to Menu>Switch>Monitor>Switches to your switch and scroll down the page to Live tools. Click switch tables and you can find the MAC table. Click Run and wait a few seconds and Nebula will show the MAC table of this switch.
Hope it helps.
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