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Extreme / Avaya / Nortel Ethernet Switching / Re: 5520 IGMP querier?
« Last post by MatzeKS on Today at 05:02:48 AM »
My config example came from the current BOSS version of ERS-4900/-5900.

Your ERS-5520 does not have this particular option.

Maybe you can try implement the options you have:

ERS-5510-48T(config-if)#ip igmp ?
  last-member-query-interval  Configure last member query interval
  mrouter                     Configure multicast forwarding port(s)
  proxy                       Enable IGMP proxy
  query-interval              Configure query interval time
  query-max-response          Configure Max response time in query message (1/10 of a second)
  robust-value                Configure robustness variable
  router-alert                Configure to accept IGMP packets with router-alert option in IP header
  send-query                  Enable IGMP send query
  snooping                    Enable IGMP snooping
  version                     IGMP protocol version
  <cr>


Unfortunately your ERS-55xx is out of "each" and will never get these options  ;)

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Extreme / Avaya / Nortel Ethernet Switching / Re: 5520 IGMP querier?
« Last post by jahyde on Today at 04:40:15 AM »
I dont think it supports it, unless I am missing a setting somewhere else-
Code: [Select]
SW7(config-if)#ip igmp snoop-querier-addr 10.50.0.251
                            ^
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.
SW7(config-if)#ip igmp ?
  last-member-query-interval  Configure last member query interval
  mrouter                     Configure multicast forwarding port(s)
  proxy                       Enable IGMP proxy
  query-interval              Configure query interval time
  query-max-response          Configure Max response time in query message
                              (1/10 of a second)
  robust-value                Configure robustness variable
  router-alert                Configure to accept IGMP packets with
                              router-alert option in IP header
  send-query                  Enable IGMP send query
  snooping                    Enable IGMP snooping
  version                     IGMP protocol version
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Extreme / Avaya / Nortel Ethernet Switching / Re: 5520 IGMP querier?
« Last post by MatzeKS on Yesterday at 08:49:01 AM »
The IGMP Querier should not have 0.0.0.0 - maybe you can try to set the Mgmt-IP instead


interface vlan 10
ip igmp snooping
ip igmp proxy
ip igmp send-query
ip igmp snoop-querier-addr 10.9.100.1
ip igmp version 3
exit
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Extreme / Avaya / Nortel Ethernet Switching / 5520 IGMP querier?
« Last post by jahyde on January 11, 2019, 12:13:31 AM »
Does it have a querier to keep a group alive?? In the status the Querier box says 0.0.0.0.

Or does anyone recommend a querier service for a windows workstation (unfortunately no nix on this LAN.
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Extreme / Avaya / Nortel Ethernet Switching / Re: Avaya 5520 VLACP
« Last post by Paul L on January 08, 2019, 11:01:57 AM »
VLACP is a link check feature.  it has nothing to do with SMLT/MLT.   
You don't need to enable VLACP to make SMLT/MLT work.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_Link_Aggregation_Control_Protocol

Everything you need is right in the guide. 
https://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100123693

And yes, you will run the same commands and the same MAC address.

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Extreme / Avaya / Nortel Ethernet Switching / Re: Avaya 5520 VLACP
« Last post by AVAGO on January 08, 2019, 07:35:48 AM »
Hi Paul
      Happy New Year to you, Thankyou for the reply, If you have an all Avaya estate 5510/5520 would you use the VLACP or just use the RSTP / MLT ?

On the two client stacks that will be attached - I run the same commands again using the same MAC ?

Best Regards
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Extreme / Avaya / Nortel Ethernet Switching / Re: Avaya 5520 VLACP
« Last post by Paul L on January 07, 2019, 03:56:42 PM »
1 - The MAC address is 01:80:c2:*** is a NORTEL MAC address that isn't used anywhere else.
2- Yes.  repeat the same command.
3- No, use the same MAC
4- No, disable Spanning tree. 

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Extreme / Avaya / Nortel Ethernet Switching / Re: lacp key
« Last post by Paul L on January 07, 2019, 03:51:30 PM »
all switches use LCAP with a key. 

Here is a good guide that explains it. 

https://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100123693
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