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GbE2c Configuration Woes

Ben Higginbottom
Occasional Contributor

GbE2c Configuration Woes

Hi All,

We've just put in our first blade enclosure, currently using a single GbE2c to talk to the rest of the network.

The switch can be seen on our management VLAN via iLO without problems,and we can see the MAC addresses of the blade servers on the other switches, but while trying to boot and install the OS via iLO, there unable to see the build server.

Could someone sanity check the switch config below, and point out if there's any mistakes I've made.

We have a trunk on ports 23&24, and the blades are on port 1,2,3 and 16. The VLAN with the build server is called Production

Many Thanks,

Ben


script start "HP c-Class GbE2c Switch" 4 /**** DO NOT EDIT THIS LINE!
/* Configuration dump taken 16:14:17 Sun Jan 1, 2006
/* Version 2.0.0, Base MAC address 00:17:ef:e4:c9:00
/* RackId: Default RUID, RackName: F01
/* Enclosure: GB8720F7KF, EnclosureName: PKD
/* Slot: 1
/c/port 1
tag ena
pvid 10
/c/port 2
tag ena
pvid 10
/c/port 3
tag ena
pvid 10
/c/port 16
tag ena
pvid 10
rmon e
/c/port 23
tag ena
pvid 10
/c/port 24
tag ena
pvid 10
/c/l2/vlan 1
def 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 20 21 22
/c/l2/vlan 10
ena
name "production"
def 1 2 3 16 23 24
/c/l2/stp 1/clear
/c/l2/stp 1/add 1 10
/c/l2/trunk 1
dis
rem 17
rem 18
/c/l2/trunk 3
ena
add 23
add 24
/c/l3/if 255
ena
addr 10.10.0.201
mask 255.255.255.0
broad 10.10.0.255
vlan 10
/c/l3/if 256
* addr
* ena
/c/l3/gw 1
ena
addr 10.10.0.1
/c/l3/gw 4
* ena
* addr
/c/l3/route
add 10.10.0.0 255.255.255.0 10.10.0.1
/
script end /**** DO NOT EDIT THIS LINE!