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HP 2920: Ubiquiti and PoE concerns

 
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besc
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HP 2920: Ubiquiti and PoE concerns

Hello,

I seem to have encountered an odd situation in our test lab.

I've managed to get our Ubiquiti Nanobeam 5AC antenna, up and running, from an unmanaged switch (HP 2524) and through its bundled PoE injector. Executing ping command indicates that the antenna is in our LAN.

However, when connected to a managed switch (HP 2920), the antenna is not seen on the network, though the configuration cites that it is truncated to trk1 and the port is tagged to the appropriate VLAN. LED on the antenna also indicates the antenna is already up.

Any idea why is this so?

Regards,

Bar

 

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16again
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Re: HP 2920: Ubiquiti and PoE concerns

Double check if the appropriate VLAN should be UNtagged, just like on the unmanaged switch.

besc
Advisor

Re: HP 2920: Ubiquiti and PoE concerns

Done that.

J9729A_OLC(config)# sh vlan 4

 Status and Counters - VLAN Information - VLAN 4

  VLAN ID : 4
  Name : nanobeamTest
  Status : Port-based
  Voice : No
  Jumbo : No

  Port Information Mode     Unknown VLAN Status
  ---------------- -------- ------------ ----------
  17               Untagged Learn        Down
  45               Untagged Learn        Down
  Trk1             Tagged   Learn        Up


Antenna is connected to port 17 through its PoE injector but still status is "down". However, testing it out in the field, i.e., outside our test lab, yields good connectivity. 

besc
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Re: HP 2920: Ubiquiti and PoE concerns

PROBLEM SOLVED

successUbi.png

I hope the diagram above will suffice as a solution.

Please take note that if a VLAN is created at the secondary site, that VLAN should also be created at the primary site.

Cheers!