HP V1910 - How to Enable Full Command Line Access for SSH or Telnet Management

The HP V1910 switches are powerful and economical switches. By default, you can only manage them through the web interface. Even if you enable SSH or Telnet, the commands available are minimal. Here is how to configure SSH or Telnet, enable it for your user account, and enable the full range of commands that are disabled by default. The model in this example is an HP V1910-48G:

Log into the web interface, and go to Network > Service. Enable SSH or Telnet and click apply (please don't enable telnet, really, just use SSH...):

HP V1910-48G Switch Command Line Access 1

Go to Authentication > Users. Enable SSH or Telnet for the user account you will be connecting with:

HP V1910-48G Switch Command Line Access 2

You can now log into the switch using your favorite SSH or Telnet client. As you see, there are only 7 command available, and none of them are going to help you configure the switch:

HP V1910-48G Switch Command Line Access 3

How to Mirror Ports on HP V1910 Series Switch - Tutorial on How to Configure

HP V1910 series switches are capable of performing "one-to-one" or "many-to-one" port mirroring. This means you can choose to have one or several ports mirrored to another port. In my example, I am using an HP V1910-48G switch.

  • Log into the web interface of the switch. Click on Device > Port Mirroring > Create > Enter 1 for the Mirroring Group ID > Click Apply

HP V1910 Port Mirroring 1

  • Click on Modify Port > Select Mirroring Group ID > Set Port Type to Monitor Port > Select a single port for the Monitoring Port > Click Apply (In my example, I chose port 2):

HP V1910 Port Mirroring 2

  • Change the Port Type to Mirror Port > Choose Inbound, Outbound, or Both for Stream Orientation > Select 1 or more ports to be mirrored > Click Apply (In my example, I chose ports 1 & 3):

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List of 800+ Default Router and Switch Usernames and Passwords - Cisco Linksys D-Link Netgear Sonicwall 3COM and More

Here is a list of over 800 default passwords and default usernames for a wide variety of routers and switches. If you see any that aren't listed or aren't correct, feel free to leave a comment:

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