06-24-2013 07:47 AM
Apologies if this is documented somewhere, I did a good amount of searching and couldn't find how to do it.
Basically I am setting up a "no switchport" equivalent with a 6610, base layer 3 image. I'm able to assign the port an IP, but my problem comes in when I attempt to create a router interface for the default VLAN - I get the error: IP routing, ip policy or route-only was configured on ports 1/1/24.
I know that I can simply set it to a different VLAN, but is there a way to completely remove it from all VLANs? What is best practice in this situation? My port configuration is as follows:
interface ethernet 1/1/24 route-only ip address 10.105.0.2 255.255.255.252
Thanks in advance for any help!
06-24-2013 10:19 AM
Thank you for the idea. Unfortunately I have tried this and it does not make a difference, same error when I try to create a virtual interface, and can't use "no untagged e1/1/24" while in the VLAN configuration.
06-24-2013 11:18 AM
Sure, here's the current configuration:
ICX6610-24 Router#sh run Current configuration: ! ver 07.4.00cT7f3 ! stack unit 1 module 1 icx6610-24-port-management-module module 2 icx6610-qsfp-10-port-160g-module module 3 icx6610-8-port-10g-dual-mode-module stack-trunk 1/2/1 to 1/2/2 stack-trunk 1/2/6 to 1/2/7 stack disable ! global-stp ! ! trunk ethe 1/1/21 to 1/1/22 port-name "iSCSI" ethernet 1/1/21 port-name "iSCSI" ethernet 1/1/22 ! vlan 2 name GUEST by port tagged ethe 1/3/1 to 1/3/8 spanning-tree ! vlan 10 name CLOSET1 by port tagged ethe 1/3/1 spanning-tree ! vlan 20 name CLOSET2 by port tagged ethe 1/3/2 spanning-tree ! vlan 30 name CLOSET3 by port tagged ethe 1/3/3 spanning-tree ! vlan 40 name CLOSET4 by port tagged ethe 1/3/4 spanning-tree ! vlan 50 name CLOSET5 by port tagged ethe 1/3/5 spanning-tree ! vlan 60 name CLOSET6 by port tagged ethe 1/3/5 to 1/3/6 spanning-tree ! vlan 70 name CLOSET7 by port tagged ethe 1/3/1 spanning-tree ! vlan 100 name WIRELESS by port tagged ethe 1/3/1 to 1/3/8 router-interface ve 100 ! vlan 150 name iSCSI by port untagged ethe 1/1/21 to 1/1/22 ! vlan 200 name DEFAULT-VLAN by port spanning-tree priority 0 ! vlan 201 name MGMT by port tagged ethe 1/3/1 to 1/3/8 router-interface ve 201 ! vlan 1000 by port ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! default-vlan-id 200 ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 ethernet 1/1/24 ! ! ! interface ethernet 1/1/24 ip address 10.105.0.2 255.255.255.252 ! interface ethernet 1/3/1 port-name Closet1 dual-mode 10 ! interface ethernet 1/3/2 port-name Closet2 dual-mode 20 ! interface ethernet 1/3/3 port-name Closet3 dual-mode 30 ! interface ethernet 1/3/4 port-name Closet4 dual-mode 40 ! interface ethernet 1/3/5 port-name Closet5 dual-mode 50 ! interface ve 100 ip address 10.101.0.1 255.255.254.0 ! interface ve 201 ip access-group MGMT in ip address 10.100.200.1 255.255.255.0 ! ! ! ip access-list standard MGMT permit 10.100.0.0 0.0.240.255 ! ! ! ! ! ! ! end
And my problem is this:
ICX6610-24 Router(config-vlan-200)#router-interface ve 200 error - IP routing, ip policy or route-only was configured on ports 1/1/24
Happens with or without route-only on the interface. From what I can see there isn't a way to remove it from all VLANs (but I thought that route-only was supposed to work like "no switchport").
06-24-2013 01:59 PM
Thankyou for sharing the config. Inorder to create VE on a VLAN, all the VLAN ports should not have any ip configuration , route-only cfg & ip policy configurations. You may remove the ip address & try again.
06-24-2013 06:34 PM
Thank you for the help. However, the main thing I'm trying to figure out is if I can have an interface that is not part of any VLAN (like "no switchport" acts on Cisco switches). I know that I can move it to a different VLAN, but the ideal solution would be to disassociate it from any VLANs at all. Just wondering if this is possible. Thanks!
06-25-2013 02:32 PM
Mrpbro, If route-only OR ip address is configured, switch functionality will be disabled on that particular port and will be considered as a router port. In 'show vlan', you can see those ports. Functionality-wise, those ports wont be associated to that VLAN as well if that is what you are looking for.
06-27-2013 07:20 PM
You may find the following doc usefull as well. http://community.brocade.com/docs/DOC-2347
I did note that you are also using the default vlan (that you changed to 200) - you should not use the default for any thing other then holding ports that are not used at all.