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Offline adohen

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SPB Connected Network, ? Propagating VLAN's/ Subnet Routes
« on: June 17, 2014, 03:09:22 PM »
Quick question for everyone, I currently have a setup as such:

VSP 4000 --fabric-- VSP 7000 --fabric-- VSP 4000

I have SPB running between them and I have my layer 3 VLAN interfaces(Addressed .1) on the 4000's and once I plug a device and make it an access vlan port on the 4k, I can see the network route on the other side, as I should.   So my question becomes, the following:

ERS 4000 STACK --trunk--VSP4000 --fabric -- VSP 7000 ---fabric -- VSP4000 --- trunk ---ERS 4000 Stack

Same situation, except I move my VLAN access ports to the stacks. This does not seem to bring up the VLAN across the network, so is it a requirement to have at least one device plugged into each VLAN on the VSP 4000 to see the route/subnet across the SPB Network???

My configuration on  the uplink between the ERS and the VSP are very similar:

This is the ERS trunk side:   

vlan ports 1/49 tagging tagall filter-untagged-frame enable

Frustrated that the command structure between the VSP4000 is different than that of the VSP7000 and ERS4850, kind of silly to me.   

Any help would be much appreciated. 

Offline Théo

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Re: SPB Connected Network, ? Propagating VLAN's/ Subnet Routes
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2014, 09:41:26 AM »
Hi Adohen,

can you share your configurations ?


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