Stratix 5700 Vlans

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    Ricardo Robaudo
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    Hi

    I need to use the 5700 to let two VLANS (1 & 10) see each other. 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.2.1. (the switch IP is 192.168.1.18) I followed Fred’s tutorial, (very clear!, thanks) but:

    1 -I’m not able to configure 0.0.0.0 in routing ( but I can leave the case empty…)

    2 – I configured Port 1 to be in Vlan 1 and Port 2 to be in Vlan 10. My laptop in Vlan 1 (192.168.1.100) and another PC in Vlan 2 (192.168.2.24).

    3 – Port 1, when installed in the field shall be connected to the main network so it will be “Trunk”, for the moment I put it as ‘Dynamic Auto’

    Ping does not work in any sens, I can only ping the switch from both computers. Any suggestion will be appreciated.

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    Ricardo Robaudo
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    sorry should say 192.168.10.1 and 192.168.10.24…

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    Jim Manley
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    Hi Ricardo –

    I’m assuming you’re using Class C address space (24 bit subnet mask)?  If that’s the case your IP addressing scheme doesn’t make sense.  Why would PC2 on VLAN2 have a 192.168.10.24 address if the VLAN is 192.168.2.0/24?

    Is it possible default route may be the default route for the switch?

    Also, do you need to define routes  between the VLANs on the switch?  I’m not that familiar with the 5700 but I know that with regular Cisco switches, if the switch is doing routing, it needs to be running a routing protocol to learn routes or you need to define static routes between the VLANs.

    Jim

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    Ricardo Robaudo
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    Thanks Jim,

    Yes, I use Class C address and i did a mistake in the first post. vlan 10 is 192.168.10.1 and the PC2 is 192.168.10.24, will go on checking about the routes.

    Ricardo

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    Ricardo Robaudo
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    Update: Ping does not pass through Stratix 5700 in my case… but I’m able to share folders between both PCs on each VLAN, so each one “see ” each other even if I’m not able to ping….

    Finally in https://rockwellautomation.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/65566

    Important Notes:

    When pinging between 2 computers consider the following:

    • There may be a firewall setting on the computer that is blocking the ping
    • Other network cards on the computer need to be disabled so the ping isn’t misrouted
    • If you are able to ping the other VLAN on the switch then routing is working

    (Hope this could be useful to others)

    so: Solved, Thanks!

    Ricardo

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