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kepademus
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Configuring VLANs

Hi,

 

I'm scratching my head when trying to configure VLANs. I know this is simple question but I'm just starting to learn :)

 

When I configure new VLANs to switch I lose the connection to the management IP (configuring with SSH connection via network ) immediately after I put the ports to untagged VLAN 10. 

 

VLAN ID 1 DEFAULT_VLAN

VLAN ID 10  INTRA

VLAN ID 20    VOIP

VLAN ID 30    GUEST

 

I want the management to be available from VLAN 10. Btw. do I need  VLAN 1 for something? 

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Pete W
Valued Contributor

Re: Configuring VLANs

If by changing the tagging, you are removing the SSH client's visibility of the management address, then that is probably your issue. 

 

Can you provide :

  • Which IP address are you initially SSHing to?
  • On which VLAN interface is that IP address?
  • Where is the SSH client attached to the network?

PRW

Pourl
Frequent Advisor
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Re: Configuring VLANs

Hi,

I believe u gave default vlan your managment ip address. U have to configure vlan 10 also with a managment ip address.

try this:

conf t

vlan 1

ip address <another ip than your wish ip, from the same subnet> <subnetmask>

Now connect to that new ip.

conf t

vlan 10

ip address <your wish ip> <subnetmask>

vlan 10 untagged <portnumber>

if you r connected to that port you r now able to connect via ssh to your swich, if not plug your networkcable to that port and connect.

no you can erase the old vlan 1 ip.

conf t

vlan 1

no ip add

 

vlan1 cant be deleted, you dont have to use it, just clear every port from vlan1

 

Pourl

kepademus
Occasional Contributor

Re: Configuring VLANs

Pourl:
That was the problem. I figured it out by myself yesterday when I plugged console cable to switch and opened the menu in CLI.