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Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

 have a switch Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)  But i have a problem about configuration CLI in HP

 

1) i know this commande  in Ciscobut i don't know in Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3) 

interface  ethernet  1===> link with switch layer 2 ( DLINK)

switch trunk enpasulation dot1Q

switchport mode trunk

 

how i can configure this CLI  in switch layer 3  HP 2930F:  traduction to HP 

 

thanks in advance i a answer ASAB


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Contributor I

Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

Hi,

 

see the file in attachment, CLI reference Guide. (equivalance between aruba and cisco)

Mathias Troncoso-Aballay
ACMP, ACCP, ACSA | Aruba Partner Ambassador

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MVP Guru

Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

Personally, given your Cisco versus ArubaOS-Switch commands translation doubts (especially against VLAN tagging and Link Aggregation),...I think this is always illuminating.

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Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

I'm not used to work with D-Link Switches (no matter if Layer 2 or 3), said so...what is the port configuration where the PC (set DHCP or Static IP on VLAN 10) you're using for testing (I suspect with desired IP Addressing 10.10.10.40)?

 

D-Link Switch side that port should be untagged (and only untagged) in VLAN 10.

 

If you set that PC with temporarily with a Static IP Addressing: 10.10.10.40, Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 and Default Gateway 10.10.10.1 (which is the IP Address given to VLAN 10 Interface on Aruba 2930F Switch) then you should be able to perform successfully a ping to 10.10.10.1 and also to 20.20.20.1 (because Aruba 2930F if responsible for IPv4 Routing on its VLANs).

 

Your DHCP issue (which should be, as far as I understood, D-Link access hosts are not receiving IP Addressing from DHCP Server set on Aruba 2930F) shoudl be fixed after the above step is verified...that's essential...why? because you first need to verify and be sure that Switch A (Aruba 2930F) and Switch B (D-Link) have a well formed interconnection and also that an host connected to an access port on Switch A (untagged on VLAN 10 or untagged on VLAN 20) is able to ping a corresponding host connected to an access port on Switch B (untagged on VLAN 10 or untagged on VLAN 20) and vice-versa.

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MVP Guru

Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

Never seen a Network Engineer writing so many "?" and "!" in a thread...by the way...check this D-Link article (I suspect that "Asymmetric VLAN" should be disabled and you should go down the Static VLAN configuration path): https://eu.dlink.com/uk/en/support/faq/switches/layer-2-gigabit/dgs-series/uk_dgs_1210_setup_static_vlans

 

D-Link Port 1 (interlink) MUST me set to be Untagged on VLAN 1, Tagged on VLAN 10 and Tagged on VLAN 20.

D-Link Port 3 (example of access port) MUST be Untagged on VLAN 10 (your "RH") ONLY (remove the actual tagging on VLAN 1).

D-Link Port 4 (example of access port) MUST be Untagged on VLAN 20 (your "office") ONLY (remove the actual tagging on VLAN 1).

 

Try to connect a PC on Port 3 of D-Link (try first setting a free IP Address compatible with subnet of VLAN 10, as described on my previous post) and verify ping against Aruba 2930 VLAN 10 IP Address 10.10.10.1.

 

Do the same on Port 4 of D-Link (try first setting a free IP Address compatible with subnet of VLAN 20, as described on my previous post) and verify ping against Aruba 2930 VLAN 20 IP Address 20.20.20.1.

 

D-Link DGS-1210-28 Manual: https://media.dlink.eu/ftp/products/dgs/dgs-1210/documentation/DGS-1210_man_revF_v6-10_eu_multi_20180110.pdf

 

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Contributor I

Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

int X untag vlan Y

 

where X is the interface identifier in the Aruba switch, Y is the vlan or list of VLANs you want tagged in 802.1q to traverse that port.

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Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

Hi,

 

see the file in attachment, CLI reference Guide. (equivalance between aruba and cisco)

Mathias Troncoso-Aballay
ACMP, ACCP, ACSA | Aruba Partner Ambassador

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MVP Guru

Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

Personally, given your Cisco versus ArubaOS-Switch commands translation doubts (especially against VLAN tagging and Link Aggregation),...I think this is always illuminating.

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Occasional Contributor II

Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

Hello

 

i have a problem that switch Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP don't give any address dhcp to PC : i have two vlan 10 and vlan 20 

 

this switch is link to switch DLINK1210-28p

 

so i need a help why pc don't recive any address from pool vlan 10 ?,

 

i give scrpit about HP layer 3 and i need answer ASAB 

 

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Occasional Contributor II

Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

PLease some one can access with team viwer to have idea about problem swith as preffer 

 

please i nees answer urgent about switch layer 3 don't give any pool to desktop 

thanks in advance

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Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP# show dhcp-server

Configuration and Status - DHCP Server

DHCP Server Enabled : Yes
DHCPv4 Operational Status : Enabled
Traps Enabled : Yes
Persistent Lease Database : No
Conflict Logging Enabled : No
DHCP VLAN Interfaces :

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Contributor I

Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

seems that u don't have configured properly the dhcp configuration... missed some configuration

 

Please follow these steps and let me know

 

https://www.networktasks.co.uk/environments/hp/provision/dhcp-server-on-hpe-aruba-switch

 

 

Thanks

Mathias Troncoso-Aballay
ACMP, ACCP, ACSA | Aruba Partner Ambassador
Occasional Contributor II

Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

help me and give me commands missing that allow DHCP switch to give desktop 

i wait to answer urgent 

 

thanks in advance

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Contributor I

Re: Aruba-2930F-24G-4SFP ( Layer 3)

you have to create your vlan and assign that vlan the dhcp-server enable

 

 

but before that, your config of the dhcp-server should look like that

 

dhcp-server pool "VLAN-NAME"
authoritative
default-router "192.168.0.1"
dns-server "8.8.8.8,8.8.4.4"
domain-name "test.local"
lease 00:01:00
network 192.168.0.0 255.255.254.0
range 192.168.0.21 192.168.1.149

Mathias Troncoso-Aballay
ACMP, ACCP, ACSA | Aruba Partner Ambassador
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