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Paul1969
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Routed Port

Hi,

I have a Aruba 3810 which I need to create a routed port to a Cisco Switch.

The Cisco Switch already has an IP of x.x.x.1 and I wish to connect this port with MM fibre to a port on the Aruba.

My underrstaining is that on the 3810 I cannot assigned a ip directly to an interface. Is this correct ?

I have configured a vlan with an ip of x.x.x.2 and put the port in the vlan and connected the fibre between the 2 ports.

Although the ports appear to be active I cannot see / ping either of the ip addresses from either side.

Is this a valid configuration ? Can you directly connect a routed port on a Cisco device to an Aruba Switch with a member port in a SVI ?

 

Thanks

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parnassus
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Re: Routed Port


@Paul1969 wrote: My underrstaining is that on the 3810 I cannot assigned a ip directly to an interface. Is this correct ?

Yes, it is. Correct.


@Paul1969 wrote: I have configured a vlan with an ip of x.x.x.2 and put the port in the vlan and connected the fibre between the 2 ports. Although the ports appear to be active I cannot see / ping either of the ip addresses from either side. Is this a valid configuration ? Can you directly connect a routed port on a Cisco device to an Aruba Switch with a member port in a SVI ?

Yes, you can...is the port uplinked to your Cisco untagged on desired VLAN?

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Paul1969
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Re: Routed Port

Thanks for your reply.

I've sorted this now. I didnt untag the traffic on the desired vlan!

Thought I had but when i checked I had not........

 

Paul