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I'm suspicious that the switchport isn't up - what does "show interface fa0/1 switchport" say? With the exception of DTP (dynamic trunking protocol), trunking is unidrectional, which is to say one side of the trunk doesn't necessarily need to agree with the other side. Not that you'll get proper traffic flows if trunks are mismatched, but a non-trunking ...
Ok well after a lot of frustration I reset the Draytek to factory settings and configured the VLAN section again, this time I only used LAN1 for subnets. Everything worked perfectly... I will be adding subnets soon to test as remote dial-in users will have to be isolated too but happy I got it working. Not sure what caused the strange behavious as I then ...
Either the other side of that link is not configured for trunking, does not support trunking, or you are not matching your encapsulation methods. Is the other side a Cisco switch, or something else?
A port must have a VLAN assignment. If you need it to be completely disconnected, set it to a nonexistent VLAN and shut down the port. interface fa0/1 switchport access vlan 901 no switchport access vlan 1 shutdown (I'm not sure if the "no" is required. Don't have a switch at my fingers with an open port to test). That said, shutdown should be sufficient ...
Here is a 6U wall mount rack that seems to have what you want. I was able to find it by Google searching for vertical wall mount equipment rack bracket 6u. If I didn't specify the 6u on the end, it would just give me 1-6u options.
If i get what you are saying correct you have one network line connected to a computer and you can not get a second network line for your AP, so you decided to use that same line for the computer and for AP at the same time. something like Cisco phones you have one line coming to the Cisco phone then to the computer. if you really cannot get a second ...
you can used cisco built in command 'archive' to backup router and switch configuration but you can only save the archived files to FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, RCP, SCP, TFTP locations. I configured a FTP site for my setup and you can configured it to create backup file after certain time interval or when Write Memory command is issued.
Not unless you install some kind of bridge on the PC with the two NIC's, no. This is a pretty standard setup for a redundant network. Your situation mirrors an example in the ciscopress switch redundancy article.
If it's anything like their storage stuff (and I know it's usually not), it's loosely based on unix. Try typing passwd and see if it lets you reset your password.
Though this post is for Esxi 5.5, you may check whether this solves your issue. You may also check here.
I'm not sure that I understand your network setup. In your management port group you work with a VLAN trunk range of 0-4094. This implies you're working with tagged VLANs on your uplinks, see Edit the VLAN Policy on a Distributed Port Group in the vSphere Web Client. On the other hand, the port group that gives you trouble works untagged. To the best of my ...
Where are the DCs connected - one on each switch, or both on one switch? Where are clients connected? Wondering about how traffic is getting across those switches - trunk/bridge or routed?
Absolutely. In the TACACS configuration, you can restrict the commands you allow, but you would do better to move that logic into a web application, rather than give your customers direct access into the switches. Simply put, you can create very granular access control using TACACS, but it is very easy to screw-up, and keeping the user-> device -> port -> ...
The problem is like this: dmeg says the negotiation is complete but the switch is not ready and the led of the port on the switch is still red and it get a while for it to get green. Your problem seems to be that the switchport isn't configured as a spanning tree edge port. Edge ports are optimized to forward to quickly; otherwise the switch port goes ...
Something like ethtool will show you the settings and negotiation state for your interface. Looking at how they get that information might give you a neater solution than just running ethtool in a loop. Another option would be looking at /var/log/messages - kernel logs there when negotiation complete.
T1-T32 refers to not a switch port, but a Trunk Group which can consist of various combinations of ports that are interconnecting to other switches on the network.
Your switch is stuffed. I believe this switch has a lifetime warranty. Give Netgear a call and get them to send you a replacement.
You need to connect to a local session (with the serial cable and a serial/usb converter if necessary) to create an initial IP configuration. After that, you can use a web interface for further config. All this is outlined in the docs which are easy to find. Why didn't you try this first?
If the switch has correct IP configuration, you can use telnet / web management. http://www.alliedtelesis.com/switches/9000-28 has the documentation for the switch, you can see the details there. Switches don't manage ARP tables, as they are only forwarding Ethernet frames based on MAC addresses. They don't care about the L3 addresses. Serial-to-USB ...
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