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Comware Permitted but not Passing

techiej
Occasional Visitor

Comware Permitted but not Passing

Hi

 

Sorry Comware isn't something I have to deal with all that much but I can't seem to find the answer to this.

I have a switch port that I've permitted the VLAN 2822 on and appears as permitted but isn't "Passing" it 

Port link-type: Trunk
VLAN Passing: 1(default vlan), 101, 108, 290-292, 3097
VLAN permitted: 1(default vlan), 101, 108, 290-292, 2882, 3097

 

I can't really find what the difference between passing and permitted is and how it's best to resolve the issue 

 

any help would bre appreciated 

 

Thanks 

3 REPLIES
HP-Browniee
Trusted Contributor

Re: Comware Permitted but not Passing

How did you configure the port?

it should be somthing like this:

port link-type trunk
port trunk permit vlan 2882

 

techiej
Occasional Visitor

Re: Comware Permitted but not Passing

That's the commands I used to set this up

parnassus
Honored Contributor

Re: Comware Permitted but not Passing

Can you provide the output of display port trunk command?
Do you have an host on that permitted VLAN you added to test VLAN passing through that port trunk?