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D-Link DGS-3650 L3 Gigabit Switch Firmware 2.80B35 Download

Posted at December 4, 2023 by PCI-DB Team

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Device NameD-Link DGS-3650 L3 Gigabit Switch Firmware 2.80B35
File Size8.5 MB
Supported OSWindows All

D-Link DGS-3650 L3 Gigabit Switch Firmware 2.80B35 Description

- Support the filtering keywords: include/exclude/begin when using “show config” and “upload_config”
- Support “increment” option when downloading cfg_from TFTP if “increment” is specified, then the existing configuration will not be cleared. The new configuration will cover the existing configuration.
- Allow to specify “src_file”/“dst_file”/ “domain_name” in download/upload functions.
- Show memory/flash utilization.
- Show technical_support. This command is especially used by the technical support personnel to
- dump the device overall operation information. The information includes:Basic System information, system log, Running configuration, Layer 1 information, Layer 2 information, Layer 3 information, Application, OS status, Controller’s status.
- Change Stacking priority" can work without reboot
 - Stacking force master role feature : This command ‘config stacking force_master_role state enable is used to ensure the master role is unchanged
- Hot insert/Hot Remove trap/log messages include MAC information
- Add new log/trap about topology change and role change
- Show stack information and show log include information about stacking topology
- Send a trap while firmware upgrade via SNMP is finished.
 - Display user-understandable account level in CLI prompt..
- CLI Command logging: This command can show CLI command setting history.
- 8-level system log
- Password recovery: allows to recover the password if the password is forgotten.
- Enlarge the number of trusted host to 30.
- SNMP-server & syslog source-interface appointment: allows to select an IP interface as the source interface to send syslog or trap message.
- 802.1D 2004 RSTP
- 802.1Q 2005 MSTP
- STP Root Restriction
- Source MAC of BPDUs uses port MAC instead of system MAC
- Support edge port
 - Support BPDU address setting on NNI port when QinQ is enabled
- Logging enhancement: The logs for stp topology changes include port and MAC-address
- Log / show debug Enhancement
- D-LINK Unidirectional Link Detection (DULD) function.
- Source MAC of L2 protocols (ERPS/LACP/STP/LBD) uses port MAC instead of
- system MAC
- LACP support load-balancing with multicast traffic.
- Change "countdown" to "3-30".
- Change "time_interval" to "5 - 600".
- Auto recovery for the shutdown port.
- Add 4 counters to gather statistics of various frame sizes, such as 1519-1522, 1519-2047, 2048-4095, and 4096-9216.
- Multiple sessions of mirroring
- Link aggregation ports can be set as a target port
- Allow to specify IPv6 server. (sFlow enhancement)
- Support TX flow sampling. (sFlow enhancement)
- Microsoft NLB (Network Load Balancing) support.
- Add “data driven group” in IGMP/MLD snooping.
- Support Tag / Untagged member ports. (ISM-VALN enhancement)
- Support Tag / Untagged source ports. (ISM-VALN enhancement)
- Configurable Multicast VLAN priority. (ISM-VALN enhancement)
- Do not limit the number of total multicast addresses per ISM-VLAN entry when using “config igmp_snooping multicast_VLAN_group” (ISM-VALN enhancement)
- Forward protocol packets even the switch is under “filter_unregister_group mode” (Protocol packet: the packets with destination IP address in the range of reserved multicast addresses: 224.0.0.x, such as OSPF hello, PIM hello, and DVMRP probe etc.)
- Support new OID to clear dynamic FDB by port/by VLAN.
- VLAN Trunking
- Subnet-based VLAN.
- BPDU Attack Protection.
- ITU-T G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS) support.
- ACL supports "IPv6 IP + UDP/TCP port" together.
- Per queue egress bandwidth control.
- Identity driven policy assignment: Can assign ingress/egress bandwidth
- control, ACL and 802.1p default priority to the port according to the
- attributes dispatched from RADIUS server
- Added log to record system stop learning and recovery from stop learning status when reaching the maximum entries and to record authentication failure state for IPv4/IPv6
- Support host-based authentication mode : assign ingress/egress bandwidth control for all hosts to the port; assign VLAN or 802.1p default priority to the host after successful authentication in host-based mode(R2.50 only supports assign VLAN in port-based)
- Support IPv6
- Support Per VLAN authentication
- Support virtual IP: used to accept authentication requests from unauthenticated hosts. Only the requests sent to this IP will get response correctly.
- Support time control for authenticated client (e.g. aging time/idle time/block time)
 - Support Authentication Database fail-over: Allows to configure the switch to check local database or bypass authentication when configured RADIUS server fails
 - Obsolete authentication VLAN
- Support compound authentication
- Japanese Web-based Access Control (JWAC) enhancement (support JWAC v2.02)
- Show IP address and user ID in UI and log
- JWAC notification: Show notification to user automatically after passing the authentication.
- Administrator can use FQDN URL to access JWAC login page instead of using IP
- Compound authentication
- ARP Spoofing Prevention.
- Radius server setting supports IPv6.
- Increase “max_learning_addr” number in port security from 16 up to 64.
- IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB) DHCPv6 Snooping
- IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB) IPv6 ND Snooping
- IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB) 3.8 which can prevent the netcut attack
- MAC-based Access Control (MAC) enhancement
- Enlarger the number of local database from 128 to 1024
 - Support Authentication Database fail-over: Allows to configure the switch to check local database or bypass authentication when configured RADIUS server fails
- Support compound authentication
- Support configurable per port/system maximum users
- Delete the log when passing authentication.
 - Add four logs to record whether the port/system reaches to the maximum or recovers port learning.
- IP Directed Broadcast.
- ARP enhancement: show arpentry by mac address, added OIDs to clear ARP table.
- Proxy ARP.
- RIP v1/v2.
- Support secondary IP in L3 interface.
- Expand IP interface number from 32 to 64.
- Allow to configure route preference
- Show IP route “hardware” option : display only the routes written into the chip
- Trace route supports IPv6.
- IP Tunnel enhancement: 6to4 Tunnel, Manual Tunnel, ISATAP Tunnel (Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol)
- Display box and port information in “show ipv6 neighbor_cache”.
- RIPng.
- IPv6 static route supports backup route.
- DHCPv6 Server.
- DHCPv6 Relay.
- DHCPv6 Client.
 - Ping enhancement:Specify source IP address for ping request packet, enable / disable broadcast ping reply
- FQDN support - ping/tracert /tftp/telnet applications support fully qualify
- domain name
- Remote Copy Protocol (RCP) : allow users to copy firmware images,
- configurations and log files between the Switch and RCP Server
- DHCP server: enlarge the DHCP pool entries to 1024 along with 8 pools
- DNS Relay.
- DHCP/BOOTP Relay- Support DHCP local relay function that can insert option 82 information into DHCP broadcast packets from clients
- Block recievied broadcast DHCP discover packets from flooding in localVLAN
- DHCP Relay option 60 & 61
- RSPAN (Remote Switched Port Analyzer) support: Can monitor and analyze the traffic passing through the ports in another switch.
- IGMP Snooping supports Data Driven Learning so the switch will build up the entry in its multicast table when sniffing the multicast traffic from the media server. Typically used in an environment where the multicast server is connected to the switch directly.
- Route redistribution: allows routers on the network, which are running different routing protocols to exchange routing information.
- Enlarge MAC Base Access Control local DB to 1024.
- Add traffic control “countdown” parameter: Timer for shutdown mode (only supported in CLI).
- Update sFlow version from 1.00 (IPv4) to V5 (IPv6).
- Add digital signature in D-View module.
- Via SNMP, the counter value of the port will be 0 when the port is linked down
- When user logins via JWAC and continuously moves client PC on different ports, the switch session table will be full, and then the PC can not get IP address from the DHCP Server. User can see the log "JWAC enters stop learning state".
- After user links up/links down one port on DGS-3400, the SNMP host can not receive SNMP trap about link change from DGS-3400.
- Rebooting the slave stacking unit while JWAC authentication from clients are undertaken will cause the slave unit to show “Device Discovery” after its rebooting.
- DGS-3400 does not erase IGMP Snooping entries for LAG port
- DGS-3400 does not erase MLD Snooping entries for LAG
- Some stacking units are unstable when IMPB and DHCP snooping are enabled
 - Some client's IP addresses are not written to "binding_entry" table when 12 GDS-3400 are in a stack with IMPB and DHCP Snooping enabled.
- DGS-3400 does not flood IPv6 control packets when MLD Snooping is enabled.
- When Topology Change has occurred on the LAG port over stacking units, DGS-3400 sends many SNMP traps and Syslog packets which are related to RSTP Topology change.
- JWAC Customized Page displays error after saving and rebooting the switch
- DGS-3426 may enter exception mode when configuring some SNMP commands
- Clients cannot be authenticated by JWAC, because DGS-3400 JWAC does not respond to the VLAN-tagged packets.
 - If the SNMP manager sends "SNMP get request" about "if Number: 0" to DGS-3400, the value of response is incorrect.
- High CPU utilization issue: When LACP runs across stacking units (total two stacking units),
- powering off the master unit will make LACP re-run and it needs around 5-7 seconds to recover.
- High CPU utilization issue: After powering on the Master and reconnecting the Master back to the
- stack topology, the LACP will lose traffic around 1.7 second.
- High CPU utilization issue: The DGS-3400 CPU utilization is up to 100% when receiving a lot of
- broadcast traffic.
- Device will send out the RADIUS packets with NAS-Identifier not as"D-Link".
- The character in last line of uploaded configuration file is not 0x0D0A
 - When using Windows XP with window size 80*25 to telnet the device and then execute "show config", some command characters are missing if the command length is longer than 80. 
- DGS-3400 series can not recognize Cisco STP packets thus STP port role and status are not changed when DGS-3400 is connected to a Cisco Switch
- Some MAC addresses are recorded as "BlockByMACAuth" even though these MACs are already authorized by MAC Base Access Control (MAC)feature as "Authenticated".
- When STP is enabled, DGS-3400 CPU utilization becomes 100% after unplugging and plugging the port connection between the stack master and slave.
- DGS-3400 CPU becomes high utilization when cleaning the IMPB entry
- When powering off/on a stacking member unit, the STP topology was changed and the stacking unit is sometimes in loop condition for a while.

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