06-04-2015 01:06 PM
I'm not a network savy person but I have configured a few cisco switches a few years back. We inhereted a foundry FESX448 switch running ver 07.4.01T3e5. We have a cisco 3750 (L3) that has ports 1-4 trunked with 4 vlans and it's feeding into ports p1-4 on the X448 (L2).
I configured p1-4 as trunked ports and it looks as follows from the sho run:
trunk ethe 1 to 4
port-name "VLANS 192-195 e1-4" ethernet 1
I've been trying to create only one vlan on this beast for testing, and every trick I know has failed. I did the following to create a 14 port vlan of 12 untagged ports and 2 tagged ports (the trunked ones).
vlan 101 name SERVER by port
tagged the 1 to 4
untagged ethe 9 to 21
ip-subnet 10.10.10.0 255.255.255.0
NOTE: I'm putting in false info for my vlans.
Now, after reading it looks like what this is suppose to do is pull all traffic in the 10.10.10.0/24 vlan out of my trunked ports from the cisco switch. the trunk is actually carrying 4 subnets, so my goal is to carve up the switch into 4 pieces using the tagged ports e1-4 in each of the vlans.
I did this and stuck a laptop on p17 and configured an ip of 10.10.10.10/24 and nothing is pingable.
A show span command shows e1-4, and p17 in the forwarding state.
I configured int e 17 to be enabled and to auto negotiation. A sho run shows:
interface ethernet 17
spanning-tree 802-1w admin-edge-port
Any suggestions you could make to point me in the right direction would be appreciated.
06-05-2015 05:05 AM
For anyone who's interested. The solution turned out to be that I needed to use the vlan ID's defined on the L3 (Cisco 3750) switch and not create my own and try to assign an ip-subnet.
Everything else was the same and now things work.....