VLAN Trunk

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Adrian1981
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VLAN Trunk

Post by Adrian1981 » 19 Jul 2016 10:51

Hi All,

I am completely new to the Alcatel 7210 equipment so apologise in advance.
I am am trying to transfer services from an Omniswitch 6855 to a 7210 SAS-M.

The 7210 is to accept trunked traffic on port 1/1/1 and be able to ping the different pc devices in the topology below.

Image

I have created port 1/1/1 as follows.

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config
port 1/1/1
description "TEST*
ethernet
mode hybrid
access
exit
encap-type dot1q
exit
no shutdown
exit
I then configured the router interfaces as follows

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router
interface vlan90
address 172.16.0.1/24
port 1/1/1:90
no shu
exi

interface vlan10
address 10.10.10.1/24
port 1/1/1:10
no shu

interface vlan20
address 10.10.20.1/24
port 1/1/1:20
no shu
I am struggling to find how configure a port to accept all trunked vlan traffic.

This is the configuration that was on the Omniswitch , which is shown in the drawing.

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! Stack Manager :
! Chassis :
system name MerseyTest
system timezone WET
! Configuration:
! VLAN :
ethernet-service mode vstk
vlan 1 1x1 stp disable flat stp disable name "VLAN 1"
vlan 10 enable name "VLAN 10"
vlan 20 enable name "VLAN 20"
vlan 30 enable name "VLAN 30"
vlan 40 enable name "VLAN 40"
vlan 50 enable name "VLAN 50"
vlan 60 enable name "VLAN 60"
vlan 90 enable name "VLAN 90"
vlan 90 port default 1/1
vlan 90 port default 1/2
vlan 90 port default 1/3
! VLAN SL:
! IP :
ip service all
ip interface "10" address 10.10.10.1 mask 255.255.255.0 vlan 10 ifindex 1
ip interface "20" address 10.10.20.1 mask 255.255.255.0 vlan 20 ifindex 2
ip interface "30" address 10.10.30.1 mask 255.255.255.0 vlan 30 ifindex 3
ip interface "40" address 10.10.40.1 mask 255.255.255.0 vlan 40 ifindex 4
ip interface "50" address 10.10.50.1 mask 255.255.255.0 vlan 50 ifindex 5
ip interface "60" address 10.10.60.1 mask 255.255.255.0 vlan 60 ifindex 6
ip interface "90" address 172.16.0.1 mask 255.255.255.0 vlan 90 ifindex 7
! IPX :
! IPMS :
ip multicast status enable
ip multicast querying enable
ip multicast vlan 10 status enable
ip multicast vlan 20 status enable
ip multicast vlan 30 status enable
ip multicast vlan 40 status enable
ip multicast vlan 50 status enable
ip multicast vlan 60 status enable
ip multicast vlan 90 status enable
! AAA :
aaa authentication console "local"
aaa authentication telnet "local"
aaa authentication http "local"
aaa authentication ssh "local"
! PARTM :
! AVLAN :
! 802.1x :
! QOS :
qos port 1/1 trusted
qos port 1/2 trusted
qos port 1/3 trusted
qos port 1/4 trusted
qos port 1/5 trusted
qos port 1/6 trusted
qos port 1/7 trusted
qos port 1/8 trusted
qos port 1/9 trusted
qos port 1/10 trusted
qos port 1/11 trusted
qos port 1/12 trusted
qos port 1/13 trusted
qos port 1/14 trusted
qos port 1/15 trusted
qos port 1/16 trusted
qos port 1/17 trusted
qos port 1/18 trusted
qos port 1/19 trusted
qos port 1/20 trusted
qos apply
! Policy manager :
! Session manager :
session timeout cli 60
session prompt default "MG-Test->"
! SNMP :
! RIP :
! OSPF :
load ospf
ip ospf area 0.0.0.0
ip ospf area 0.0.0.1
ip ospf area 0.0.0.2
ip ospf area 0.0.0.3
ip ospf area 0.0.0.4
ip ospf interface "10"
ip ospf interface "10" area 0.0.0.1
ip ospf interface "10" cost 10000
ip ospf interface "10" status enable
ip ospf interface "20"
ip ospf interface "20" area 0.0.0.2
ip ospf interface "20" cost 10000
ip ospf interface "20" status enable
ip ospf interface "30"
ip ospf interface "30" area 0.0.0.3
ip ospf interface "30" cost 10000
ip ospf interface "30" status enable
ip ospf interface "40"
ip ospf interface "40" area 0.0.0.4
ip ospf interface "40" cost 10000
ip ospf interface "40" status enable
ip ospf interface "50"
ip ospf interface "50" area 0.0.0.2
ip ospf interface "50" cost 10000
ip ospf interface "50" status enable
ip ospf interface "60"
ip ospf interface "60" area 0.0.0.4
ip ospf interface "60" cost 10000
ip ospf interface "60" status enable

ip ospf status enable
! ISIS :
! IPv6 :
! IP multicast :
ip load pim
ip pim sparse status enable
ip pim dense status disable
ip router router-id 1.1.1.1
! RIPng :
! OSPF3 :
! BGP :
! Health monitor :
! Interface :
! Udld :
! Netsec :
! Port Mapping :
! Link Aggregate :
! VLAN AGG:
! 802.1Q :
vlan 10 802.1q 1/1 "TAG PORT VLAN 10"
vlan 20 802.1q 1/1 "TAG PORT VLAN 20"
vlan 30 802.1q 1/2 "TAG PORT VLAN 30"
vlan 40 802.1q 1/2 "TAG PORT VLAN 40"
vlan 50 802.1q 1/3 "TAG PORT VLAN 50"
vlan 60 802.1q 1/3 "TAG PORT VLAN 60"


! Spanning tree :
bridge mode 1x1
! Bridging :
! Bridging :
! Port mirroring :
! UDP Relay :
ip helper pxe-support disable
! Server load balance :
! System service :
swlog output socket 10.10.10.10
swlog console level info
! SSH :
! VRRP :
VRRP 10 10 DISABLE
VRRP 10 10 PRIORITY 1 PREEMPT INTERVAL 1
VRRP 10 10 ADDRESS 10.10.10.254
VRRP 10 10 ENABLE
VRRP 20 20 DISABLE
VRRP 20 20 PRIORITY 1 PREEMPT INTERVAL 1
VRRP 20 20 ADDRESS 10.10.20.254
VRRP 20 20 ENABLE
! Web :
! AMAP :
! LLDP :
! Lan  Power :
! NTP :
! RDP :
! VLAN STACKING:
! Ethernet-OAM :
Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

Kind Regards
Adrian

paramount
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Re: VLAN Trunk

Post by paramount » 20 Jul 2016 11:07

Hi Adrian,

So you need to configure it exactly as per the 6850? I mean with multicast info and ospf?

Reason for the question is how we go about building these interfaces on the 7210. We either build as you have done as network interfaces, which I think we need to do in order to support ospf. I know the 7210 has/had many more limitations than 7750 so some things may not be possible.

So is ICMP not working from what you have done? Have you configured a system interface address?

You would need a .* to allow any vlan but don't think this would work on a layer 3 network interface as any outgoing packets would have no vlan tag to add. This would normally be a customer service instance.

Can you confirm exactly your question and the status of what works currently.

Cheers
Paramount

vasudha202
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Re: VLAN Trunk

Post by vasudha202 » 21 Jul 2016 20:57

Is there a reason you have port 1/1/1 configured as a hybrid port? If you are looking to configure dot1q interfaces each associated with a specific vlan, then you can just use network mode and dot1q encapsulation:
configure port 1/1/1
ethernet mode network
ethernet encap dot1q

And your interface configuration would be the same as what you have.

If you want ALL vlan tags to be accepted, then you can have one interface as:
configure router interface trunk
port 1/1/1:*
address x.x.x.x/y
BUT this will match any vlan tag, including ones that you probably don't use in your LAN.

Adrian1981
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Re: VLAN Trunk

Post by Adrian1981 » 29 Jul 2016 04:14

Thanks all for the help.

In the end we configured the interface as an IES and tagged this to the port using r-vpls and allowed IP binding.

we then tagged the ports in the vpls config i.e 1/1/1:<vlan-no>

Thanks again
Adrian

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