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Offline crybrook

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vlan and ping
« on: November 04, 2013, 03:17:24 PM »
Hello folks, 
1st time typer  multi time viewer.  Great forum. 
I have an avaya 8010 that i have an issue with.  I have several ip ranges going through the 8010.
all end devices can get to where they need to go. I have 10... and 132... i can manage the 10... including ping but i can not ping the 132 or manage. Any one with some basic "where to start" comments.

Thanks. look forward to more inter action with all of you.


Offline Michael McNamara

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Re: vlan and ping
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2013, 08:29:20 PM »
Hi crybrook and welcome to the forums!

Do you have a Layer 3 interface on that VLAN?

In order to be able to ping anything in those VLANs you either need a route to that VLAN or an interface in that VLAN.

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Offline Johan Witters

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Re: vlan and ping
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2013, 03:27:20 AM »
Hi Crybrook,

as Michael already pointed out the vlans need a L3 interface, and routing needs to be active for that interface as well. You can check in Java Device Manager/Enterprise device manager in the menu under IP -> IP -> addressses (if I'm not mistaken).

You could always to a traceroute to see were your traffic is routed to, perhaps a problem with the routing table of the 8010 or your own machine might be causing the problem.
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Offline cielo

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Re: vlan and ping
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2013, 01:05:47 PM »
First of all check the routing part ... Step by step.
Keep in mind that an interface VLAN will not become up if non of the assigned ports are up. So, at least one port which is member of that VLAN has to be in up state.

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Re: vlan and ping
« Reply #4 on: June 01, 2014, 10:34:51 PM »
Check the VLAN state, it should be up. Also, check if the addresses were assigned to the interfaces correctly and check the routing table.