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Offline andrewm659

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Trying to setup VLAN routing on Baytack 5510-48T
« on: December 28, 2014, 03:29:37 PM »
I am running into some issues trying to set up VLANs and routing on this switch.  I may be over complicating the issue. 

Here is the commands i've used to configure this so far.  Using Michael McNamera's blog

! *** Interface ***
5510-48T(config-if)#ip address 10.150.1.10 255.255.255.0 1
% Cannot modify settings
% IP address already assigned
5510-48T(config-if)#exit
5510-48T(config)#vlan create 1010 name "10-150-100-0/24" type port
5510-48T(config)#v;an
5510-48T(config)#vla
5510-48T(config)#vla
5510-48T(config)#vlan mem
5510-48T(config)#vlan members
5510-48T(config)#vlan members ?
  add     Add ports to a VLAN
  LINE    VLAN list
  remove  Remove ports from a VLAN
5510-48T(config)#vlan mem
5510-48T(config)#vlan members ad
5510-48T(config)#vlan members add ?
  LINE  VLAN list
5510-48T(config)#vlan members add 13-24
                                       ^
% Incomplete command.  See '^' marker.
5510-48T(config)#vlan members add 1010 13-24
% Cannot modify settings
% VLAN Configuration Control is 'Strict'
5510-48T(config)#


Offline pat2012

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Re: Trying to setup VLAN routing on Baytack 5510-48T
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2014, 03:49:12 PM »
Can you explain what configuration you are trying to program? It would seem from looking at some of the errors you're getting that this switch was not defaulted before you attempted to program it.

% IP address already assigned

Start by defaulting the switch

#boot default

As for the last error you got

% Cannot modify settings
% VLAN Configuration Control is 'Strict'


You first need to remove ports 13-24 from any other VLAN they maybe members of. I'm assuming they are untagged ports.  Again, the configuration you require would be helpful.

Then you would be able to add them to the VLAN 1010.

There is more to it but we would really need to understand what it is you are trying to program. If you want to route between the VLANs then each would require an IP etc.