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Aruba switch in Cisco network

I just got my first Aruba switch to evaluate it as I’m looking at some switch replacements. From the switch side I’ve worked with Cisco for years and it’s what I know better, but some of my network of IT folks have been singing Aruba/procurve praises so I’m doing some testing.

I think I’ve got a handle in tagged/untagged ports vs trunks. In some testing today I set up my vlans to match my existing setup but I found I couldn’t reach any of them unless I set an IP address on that vlan on the Aruba switch. Is this normal? Is there a guide somewhere I could look at to see how to integrate an Aruba switch into a Cisco environment?

Thanks!

mkk
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Re: Aruba switch in Cisco network

Hi chamunda

Here is the hpe networking vs cisco cli reference guide.

https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=c04793912

If you need some help, put your cisco config example her and look what i can do for you.

Kind Regards Marcel Koedijk
HPE ASE Flexnetwork | ACMP | ACCP - Was this post usefull, Kudos are welcome.
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Re: Aruba switch in Cisco network

To stay a little bit update check this thread which report links to download the very latest 3.3 Edition of the Aruba HPE Networking and Cisco CLI Reference Guide.

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