I have an Aruba JL661A 6300M. It is running OSPF for routing and has several VLANs setup and running its own DHCP-Server on a few of those VLANs.
I have a 2930F JL261A that will be running its own DHCP-Server as well.
I am trying to connect the two, the 2930F will be more of an access switch. I only have 3 VLANs on it. 1, 2 and 3. I have interface 28 configured as a trunk that is untagged on VLAN 1 and tagged on VLAN 2 and 3 (2 and 3 are doing their own DHCP-Server).
On the 6300M, I have a LAG created. VLAN 1 is native and allowed all.
I am able to see the other sides (sho cdp neigh det and sho lldp neighbor-info). I am picking up an IP from my DHCP-Server on the switch so I know that is working. I am not able to get out to the internet or ping the 6300M and vice versa to the 2930F. I think it is something with how I have the connection between the two set up.
interface LAG 1
vlan trunk native 1
vlan trunk allowed all
lacp mode active
On the 2930F:
VLAN 1 untagged trk28 and VLAN 2 and 3 tagged trk28.
I think I am getting confused with terms between the two OS, but I believe I have both setup as a "trunk". The 6300M is running OSPF and I want to say I don't need to do any OSPF config on the 2930F, but I am not sure...
I was trying the OSPF just to see if that would work, I've been going back and forth with this the last 2-3 days...
The plan was that my 6300M JL661A was going to be doing the OSPF. This 2930F JL261A was going to be acting more like an access switch.
I know the cabling and transceivers are good. It is something with my configurations. As of right now I have some connectivity between the two switches....
On the 6300M JL661A I have configured the following:
interface vlan 100
ip address xxx.xxx.xxx.6/30
ip ospf 1 area 0.0.0.0
no ip ospf passive
interface lag 10
vlan trunk native 100
desc XXXX lag 10
On the 2930F JL 261A I have the following configured:
trunk 28 trk28 lacp
ip address xxx.xxx.xxx.5 255.255.255.252
ip ospf xxx.xxx.xxx.5 area backbone
I am able to ping both sides of the vlan. I do not see anything in the routing tables. I cannot ping anything else either....
Original Message:Sent: 11/16/2023 4:40:00 PMFrom: sfpit1202Subject: 2930F JL261A to 6300M JL661A - link not passing data...
I think I am getting confused with terms between the two OS, but I believe I have both setup as a "trunk". The 6300M is running OSPF and I want to say I don't need to do any OSPF config on the 2930F, but I am not sure... If there is a more preferred way to do it, I am open to it. I think part of the reason I am thinking OSPF too is because I have 2 VLANs running on the 2930 that are doing their own dhcp-server as well.
Original Message:Sent: Nov 16, 2023 05:33 PMFrom: parnassusSubject: 2930F JL261A to 6300M JL661A - link not passing data...
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