I have installed the a new aruba 2930f switch in our network , i did all the basic configuration but issue is when i am trying to ping the management vlan from user vlan i wont able to get reply from switch.only management vlans can able to talk with eachother .
is anybody can help me out from this issue??????
From your message I understand that you ping from user VLAN. This is probably also another subnet? If so, did you turn IP routing on?
Yes, it is in different subnet . my management vlan is vlan 5 (188.8.131.52/16),user vlans are vlan 2(184.108.40.206/16),vlan 3(220.127.116.11/16),vlan 4(18.104.22.168/16). i was enable the ip routing in switch so that user vlans can able to communicate with eachother but management vlan(vlan5) is not communicating with user vlans(vlan2,vlan3,vlan4) and vice versa.
so what should i do for communication of management vlan to user vlans????????
You probably need to set default gateway with ip default-gateway command.
I disable the ip routing and trying to set default gateway as (22.214.171.124/16) but its not getting because of its use in switch ip (vlan1) so,i set default gateway as (172.21.0.1/16) then i lost all access, after that i removed vlan 1 ip (126.96.36.199/16) from switch then set default gateway as (188.8.131.52) still i lost all access of other vlans.
i also try to set static route of other vlan subnet in user machines.still not work.
please help me out from this issue.
Is anybody know the solution of these problem ????
no management-vlan xx
based on what you've described that is intended and expected behavior. If you set a management-vlan that vlan is not routed, and is only accessible by other devices on that vlan. It's designed to mimic the behavior of a physical oobm port.
It sounds like that's not the actual desire here, so just get rid of the management-vlan statement. You can lock it down as necessary using "ip authorized-managers" statements (switch management ACLs)
thank you for reply and i got my solution from your information .
Thanks once again.
Those info are really interesting thank you. Does one of you know the goal of the primary-vlan command and its impact? When assigning a vlan as primary (other than the default VLAN 1) will be that vlan prevented from routing like for the management vlan command?
We don't use the default vlan 1 inside our config and I want to get rid of that VLAN.
Also when trying to add a 2930F switch inside AirWave via the amp-server command I noticed that it doesn't work "amp-server: ST1-CMDR: Default, Primary or Management VLAN is not configured with IP or DHCP." which is a quite clear message. As I need routing for the management VLAN I can't use "management-vlan" can I use "primary-vlan"? What is the impact of changing the primary-vlan?
Many thanks in advance,
What is the equivalent command for S2500 switch? It seems that I am having the same issue but the commant doesn't work.
You are looking at this somewhat troublesome,
Set your management-vlan = primary-vlan, this makes it a untagged vlan
Set all your switch neighbors, LAG/Trunks/Vlan, equal, a untagged primary-lan,
And you will be able to access all your devices, all over
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