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MBR
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Connecting Aruba 3810 WITH 8 NOS OF Aruba 2930F Switch

Hi,

How do i connect 3810 Switch with 8 nos  of 2930f Switch with 10g SFP+ DAC cables.

 

4 Nos of 2930f are connected together with VSF. This stack is Connected to 3810 Through 10G+ DAC cable. 

How do i configure VLANS. Is this Config is correct ??

Contributor I

Re: Connecting Aruba 3810 WITH 8 NOS OF Aruba 2930F Switch

Hi, you didn't post your configuration.

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Re: Connecting Aruba 3810 WITH 8 NOS OF Aruba 2930F Switch

We were able to configure VSF on 4 Switches created VLAN's, connected VSF Stack to 3810 Switch. End user devices are getting DHCP Address as per their VLAN's. I have two Problems

 

1) 3810 Switch is connected to Firewall on port 24.which is configured as tagged for all VLAN's on 3810 Switch. IP Routing is enabled . Only VLAN 10 Devices are able to access Internet. Other VLANS are not able to access Internet

 

3) what should be the IP address for 2930f Swictehs which can be used for web management and where do we configure it.

Thanks for the help in advance

 

Contributor I

Re: Connecting Aruba 3810 WITH 8 NOS OF Aruba 2930F Switch

Hi, try this:

 

1) Untag native vlan (default vid 1) ont the port 24. It will be better if you can post the 3810 conf.

2 or 3) You have to configure an L3 interface using your management vlan.

 

interface vlan xx

 ip address x.x.x.x y.y.y.0

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Re: Connecting Aruba 3810 WITH 8 NOS OF Aruba 2930F Switch

Hi, Please find the 3810 Switch Configuration along with 4 *2930f Switch's in VSF Domain 33 Config file. 

At present L3 Switch Port 2 is connected to Firewall and Network is working with few problems.

1) If we Change the L3 Switch port of firewall to any other port Internet is not working. We want to connect Firewall on port 24 of L3 Switch

 

2) Still not able to understand how and where should i configure IP Address to access VFS Stack or L2 Switches

Would be great help and learning for me if i can get the exact IP Address, Subnet and Gateway to be configured on VFS or L2 Switches

Thanks for the help in advance

Contributor I

Re: Connecting Aruba 3810 WITH 8 NOS OF Aruba 2930F Switch

Hi, I hope this will help

 

1) At first please erase the default gateway command because you are doing routing and your default static route is configured. That is causing the problem.

#

conf t

no ip default-gateway 10.1.12.2

#

After that please erase from port 24 all the tagged vlans just maintain vlan 10 untag. That beause it is not a trunk (dot1q) is an L3 connection through the firewall.

 

2) There is no an exact place to configure the IP address to manage the stack. As I understand from your configuration VLAN 10 is your Management IT LAN so you have to configure an IP address from that VLAN on the switch. The way to do it is:

 

#Enter configuration mode

conf t

#Create an L3 interface (SVI)

interface vlan 10

#Configure an IP address to that SVI VLAN 10 interface

ip address 10.1.12.x 255.255.255.0

# Create a default gateway to your core via vlan 10

exit

ip default-gateway 10.1.12.1

 

After that you will access the VSF cluster management through that vlan 10 ip address.

 

Try and let me know if that helps.

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Re: Connecting Aruba 3810 WITH 8 NOS OF Aruba 2930F Switch

 
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Re: Connecting Aruba 3810 WITH 8 NOS OF Aruba 2930F Switch

Thanks for the help. Every thing is working fine as per our expectations.

Thanks Again

 

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