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Config translation from Procurve 1800 1810 and 1820 To 2930F

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  • 1.  Config translation from Procurve 1800 1810 and 1820 To 2930F

    Posted Mar 05, 2021 09:21 AM

    Hello ,

    I will replace some Old procurve switches 1800 1810 and 1820 by 2930F switches.
    The old switches have only Web access (GUI interface). So I need to translate the Gui to CLI.

    Could you please confirm / correct if the translation bellow are goode ?

    Thank you

    ********** Switch 1800 ***********

    Switch 1800.png
    int 9
    untagged 40
    !
    int 10
    untagged 1
    !
    int 13
    tagged 80
    !
    int 21
    tagged vlan 1,40,80
    !
    trunk 12,14 trk1 lacp
    interface trk1
    tagged vlan 1,40,80


    ************ Switch 1810 *******************

    Switch 1810.png
    int 1-20,22-24
    untagged 111
    !
    int 21,25
    untagged 1
    tagged 111
    !
    int 26
    untagged 1

     

    *********  Switch 1820******************

    Switch 1820.png
    int 1-4,6-7
    untagged 1
    !
    int 5
    untagged 104
    !
    int 8

    untagged 1
    tagged 8
    !



  • 2.  RE: Config translation from Procurve 1800 1810 and 1820 To 2930F

    Posted Mar 16, 2021 04:18 AM
    With any ArubaOS-Switch (such as the 2930F) you configure the untagged, tagged, excluded ports from the VLAN context and not the other way around.

    Example:
    vlan 13
       name "Storage_replication"
       untagged 1/23,2/23-2/24
       tagged Trk1
       no ip address
       exit​


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