Just to start off with I am a Cisco guy that got placed into an HP project.
Basic topology overview from outside in:
- ASA 5505 with two Ethernet connections to a 2610 switch.
- This switch is then trunking* to a 2626 switch passing vlan 1 (untagged) and 100 (tagged) between them. (* - the Cisco definition of trunking rather than the HP definition of trunking)
- I created SVIs on each of the switches for both VLANs for testing purposes.
I cannot get vlan 100 to pass across this link. I also have trunks configured to APs connected to the switch and cannot ping the vlan 100 BVI on the APs but can reach the vlan 1 BVI.
- Port 25 on Access layer 2626 physically connects to port A1 of the Distribution layer 2610.
- STP is not running at all on any switch (this is not my network I can't change this nor did I design this)
Distribution Sw 2610:
MP1-0# show run ip default-gateway 10.100.100.100 vlan 1 name "DATA" untagged 1-22,24-A1,B1 ip address 10.100.100.6 255.255.255.0 no untagged 23 exit vlan 100 name "GUEST" untagged 23 tagged 24-A1 ip address 10.100.102.6 255.255.255.0 exit
Access Sw 2626:
ip default-gateway 10.100.100.100 vlan 1 name "DEFAULT_VLAN" untagged 1-26 ip address 10.100.100.5 255.255.255.0 exit vlan 100 name "GUEST" ip address 10.100.102.5 255.255.255.0 tagged 15,25 exitt
From the ASA I can ping the vlan 100 SVI of the 2610 but not the 2626, i.e. it does not seem to be passing the "trunk" traffic
If I plug into an access port vlan 100 of the 2626 I can ping the SVI for vlan 100 as intended. I cannot ping across the "trunk" over vlan 100 but I can across vlan 1.
There may be something obvious I'm missing but please review my configuration and thank you for the assistance.