07-20-2016 11:30 AM
I recently deployed an ICX6610 48 port switch. I copied the config from a 24 port ICX6610 via TFTP. All ports are active.
The problem is: on the new 48 port switch, I can ping any host on our LAN, and even external websites, but I cannot ping the switch from my PC or other switches on our LAN.
I took a look at the switch's config, and the VLANS seem correct.
Can anyone provide any insight? I can provide my config if necessary.
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08-03-2016 06:05 AM
Based on your config, you are depending on your loopback address as the switch address. This is in vlan 1 according to your output. You also have a bad subnet mask - it needs to be a subnet rather than a single IP.
You really shouldn't use vlan 1, but anyway...
Under vlan 1, define it as your management-vlan and give it your default-gateway address for that subnet.
Normally, you would setup a Brocade like so:
SW1(config)#ip address 10.157.252.22/24 <= this needs to be a subnet, not a single host
SW1(config)#vlan 99 name Management
SW1(config-vlan-99)#default-gateway 10.157.252.1 1
This sets the IP of the switch, creates a Management vlan, tells the switch that the IP is now accessed via vlan 99, and sets the gateway for this.
You don't need a ve for this as the management-vlan basically redirects the physical switch IP into the management vlan.
08-03-2016 02:47 PM
When you say that you are unable to ping the switch which interface is not responding. Is it a particular interface or is it all interfaces?
Looking through the configuration, I assume that the PCs are in VLAN 600, but can you confirm?
08-08-2016 09:21 AM
Thanks for the responses everyone.
The solution was: to remove the LAG from the ports. Since this was a lab swith, LAG was not needed. The switch was pingable after removing the LAG.