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  • 1.  8320 series

    Posted Feb 21, 2024 11:11 AM

    hello 

    I have connected a 6100 (1/1/25)  series on 10GBs SFP to a 8320 (1/1/1)

    the interfaces are configured as below 

    interface 1/1/1
        no shutdown
        no routing
        vlan trunk native 1
        vlan trunk allowed all

    I have no IP connectivity between the switches  on VLAN 1 or a test VLAN 2 

    VLAN 1 & 2 will not come up on the 6100 unless I connect to another port as an access 

    the VLAN will not come up using a trunk interconnect only 

    software version on the 6100 is shown below 

    rubaOS-CX
    (c) Copyright 2017-2023 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Version      : PL.10.10.1100
    Build Date   : 2023-12-11 18:30:33 UTC
    Build ID     : ArubaOS-CX:PL.10.10.1100:b4b52a6a46ff:2023121118

    8320 series software version is below

    uild Date   : 2023-12-11 18:31:10 UTC
    Build ID     : ArubaOS-CX:TL.10.10.1100:b4b52a6a46ff:202312111821
    Build SHA    : b4b52a6a46ffe674f326481629c70082b24aeb95
    Active Image : primary
     
    Service OS Version : TL.01.08.00

    intra connectivity on the 8320 is ok -- the core switches are configured for vsx  with full IP connectivity 



  • 2.  RE: 8320 series

    Posted Feb 21, 2024 11:46 AM

    What is the status of the physical interface on both switches? Admin UP and Status UP? 

    Are the VLANs configured on both switches?

    What kind of test are you running that fails?



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  • 3.  RE: 8320 series

    Posted Feb 21, 2024 03:35 PM
    hello
    the interfaces are up

    I can see each device on lldp neighborship 

    I am trying to ping from VLAN 1 or VLAN 2 

    the VLAN state is down – 

    thank you 





  • 4.  RE: 8320 series

    Posted Feb 21, 2024 03:37 PM
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    VLAN  Name                              Status  Reason                  Type        Interfaces
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1     DEFAULT_VLAN_1                    down    no_member_forwarding    default     1/1/2-1/1/28
    2     VLAN2                             down    no_member_forwarding    static      1/1/1,1/1/25-1/1/26
    3     VLAN3                             down    no_member_forwarding    static      1/1/25
    mcc-phone-sw#






  • 5.  RE: 8320 series

    Posted Feb 21, 2024 03:52 PM

    What does Spanning Tree look like? Any of the ports in question blocked/inconsistent? 



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  • 6.  RE: 8320 series

    Posted Feb 21, 2024 04:22 PM
    it is a single link 

    6100 – 1/1/25 --> 8320 ->1/1/1

    the neighbors show up on LLDP 

    the vlans will not come up if I have only the links above connected 

    I am trying to ping from VLAN 1 to VLAN 1





  • 7.  RE: 8320 series

    Posted Feb 21, 2024 04:40 PM

    Are there no other cables plugged in to this switch? No possible loops? or rogue stacking links?

    Run a "show vlan port 1/1/1" or "show vlan port 1/1/25" to confirm the VLAN presence

    Also run a "show spanning-tree summary port" to ensure nothing is in a "blocking" state. 

    Do either of these switches have an IP address on VLAN 1 themselves? or are you pinging other hosts on VLAN 1?



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  • 8.  RE: 8320 series

    Posted Feb 21, 2024 04:45 PM

    the vlan IP Addresses are on the switches 

    there are no redundant links 

    please see below 

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    VLAN  Name                              Status  Reason                  Type        Interfaces
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1     DEFAULT_VLAN_1                    down    no_member_forwarding    default     1/1/2-1/1/28
    2     VLAN2                             down    no_member_forwarding    static      1/1/1,1/1/25-1/1/26
    3     VLAN3                             down    no_member_forwarding    static      1/1/25
    mcc-phone-sw#






  • 9.  RE: 8320 series

    Posted Feb 21, 2024 04:55 PM

    Just that VLAN table above doesn't give me quite enough information.

    I would need to see the output of the commands I sent earlier - as well as the individual interface configs and the LLDP output. 



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  • 10.  RE: 8320 series

    Posted Feb 21, 2024 05:00 PM

     

    Hello

     

    I have not got access to the CLI –I will have to try and get you the commands at a later date

     

    The interface is up

     

       exit

    mcc-phone-sw# sh interface 1/1/25

     

    Interface 1/1/25 is up

    Admin state is up

    Link state: up for 12 minutes (since Wed Feb 21 15:20:32 UTC 2024)

    Link transitions: 9

    Description:

    Persona:

    Hardware: Ethernet, MAC Address: 38:bd:7a:24:48:e7

    MTU 1500

    Type 10G-SR / 10G SFP+ SR

    Full-duplex

     

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