I'm having trouble configuring a VLAN across two switches (switch A is Cisco 3750G and switch be is a HP Procurve 2824) with Win2k8 R2 servers set up with teamed NIC ports and Gb1 landing on switch A and Gb2 landing on switch B.
VLAN 101 is configured on switch A like this:
! interface Vlan101 ip address 10.0.101.100 255.255.255.0 no ip redirects no ip unreachables no ip proxy-arp load-interval 30
and on switch B like this:
vlan 101 name "VLAN101" ip address 10.0.101.99 255.255.255.0 tagged 1,3,5,7,21 exit
Is this the correct way to set up the same VLAN on 2 switches?
I then configured a trunking port that connects both switches:
! interface GigabitEthernet1/0/21 description "sw1-sw2" switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q switchport trunk allowed vlan 2,100-103 switchport mode trunk switchport nonegotiate spanning-tree bpdufilter enable spanning-tree bpduguard enable
on switch B I think the trunking is simply configured by putting the trunk port into the VLAN config like I did above.
Now, one server's Gb1 NIC port is connect to switch A and Gb2 NIC port is connected to switch B. I'm using the BACS3 manager to configure SLB teaming of those 2 ports.
A router is connected to switch A (IP: 10.0.101.252) which I set as the gateway address on the servers.
From switch A I can ping 10.0.101.99 (the switch B VLAN 101 address). From switch B I can ping 10.0.101.100 and 10.0.101.252 just fine.
From the server I can ping all addresses just fine as long as Gb1 is up. However, when I shut down Gb1, Gb2 does not take over. Even when I set the gateway address to 10.0.101.99, I'm not able to ping it.
Am I'm kind of clueless as to what I might be doing wrong here, so any help is greatly appreciated.