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Offline cboueid

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NEW to Avaya - Please assist in VLAN Configuration
« on: February 04, 2017, 12:54:26 PM »
Hello all,
I am sorry to open a new topic as i am sure this same topic was discussed many time before, however since i am very new to Avaya and i have been only working on Cisco, i would to get some assistance from you please on configuring VLAN on Avaya ERS 3510GT-PWR+. I have consulted the forum and the manuals but i could not understand some of the commands, maybe because Cisco uses some different terminology than Avaya (and others).
I have attached a pdf file showing the network diagram and the info on the VLAN names and Interfaces IP Address (as well as DHCP = no), however i am not too sure of the commands i included in the txt file, and i still do not understand how to configure:
1- sw2 to be the gateway for each of the 3x VLANs
2- the uplink ports
3- the mgmt VLAN
4- Inter-VLAN Routing. Option 1: No Inter-VLAN Routing / Option 2: Inter-VLAN Routing
i will be glad if you could assist in checking the txt file and update it to complete the above please.
Thank you,
Charbel
 


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Re: NEW to Avaya - Please assist in VLAN Configuration
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2017, 12:18:47 PM »
Welcome to the forums!

There are plenty of examples here on this forum and on the Internet;

https://blog.michaelfmcnamara.com/2011/01/vlans-ip-routing-ethernet-routing-switch/

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Offline cboueid

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Re: NEW to Avaya - Please assist in VLAN Configuration
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2017, 04:00:54 PM »
Thanks Michael.
Kindly do clarify on Mgmt VLAN. Do i need to add all the ports to this VLAN or the CLI command "vlan mgmt xx" is sufficient to define all the ports to be part of the management VLAN?

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Re: NEW to Avaya - Please assist in VLAN Configuration
« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2017, 05:08:55 AM »
vlan mgmt XX - Management VLAN on the switch
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vlan members add XX 3
vlan port 3 tagging disable
vlan port 3 pvid XX
vlan port 3 filter-untaged-frames disable
vlan port 3 filter-unregistered-frames disable
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show vlan interface info 3
show vlan interface vids 3
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Then you can connect your mgmt host into port 3 and reach the switch via mgmt ip (which shows you the command: "show ip")
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Re: NEW to Avaya - Please assist in VLAN Configuration
« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2017, 03:51:03 PM »
I think you are confused... or at least you've confused me...

The command "vlan mgmt xx" simply stipulates which VLAN the switch will place the IP management address into. This is only needed if you are using the switch as a simple Layer 2 device, if you are routing then you will place the IP address on the VLAN interface.

If you are going to use VLAN 100 as your management VLAN, then you need to create VLAN 100, assign an IP address to the mgmt interface, assign VLAN 100 as your management VLAN, add VLAN 100 to your uplinks/downlinks so you can reach the management IP address from your network.


vlan mgmt 100
ip address switch 10.1.100.10 netmask 255.255.255.0 default-gateway 10.1.200.1 (single standalone switch)
ip address stack 10.1.100.10 netmask 255.255.255.0 default-gateway 10.1.200.1 (stack of switches managed as single device)


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