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5300 routing

 
rob misz
Advisor

5300 routing

Two procurve 5308 connected together on port c1. Switch A and Switch B are connected together on port c1. Switch A and Switch B are procurve 5308s. Also,these 5308 also have layer 2 switch connected to them on port c1.When i do a show ip route i see that vlan 1 is the vlan that the switches are learning there routes from. Do i need RIP enabled on every VLAN or can i just leave RIP enabled on VLAN 100 and have that VLAN be the vlan where the switch learns its routes from

SWITCH A

vlan 1

   name "DEFAULT_VLAN"

   untagged B16,E1-E4,F1-F4,G1-G4,H1-H4

   ip address 172.16.16.1 255.255.255.0

    no untagged A1-A16,B1-B15,C1

   ip igmp

   exit

vlan 10

   name "SERVERS"

   untagged A1-A16,B1-B5,B7,B10-B14

   ip address 172.31.30.254 255.255.255.0

   tagged B6,G1,H3,C1

   ip igmp

   exit

vlan 12

   name "comps"

   ip address 172.31.31.254 255.255.255.0

   ip helper-address 172.31.30.1

   tagged B6,G1-G2,C1

   ip igmp

   exit

vlan 100

   name "Building Connect"

   untagged B8-B9,B15

   ip address 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0

   tagged B6,F1,C1

   ip igmp

spanning-tree
spanning-tree priority 0
router rip
   exit
vlan 1
   ip rip
   exit
vlan 10

   ip rip
   exit
vlan 12

ip rip

exit

vlan 100

ip rip

exit

 

SWITCH B

   vlan 1

   name "DEFAULT_VLAN"

   untagged B16,E1-E4,F1-F4,G1-G4,H1-H4

   ip address 172.16.16.254 255.255.255.0

    no untagged A1-A16,B1-B15,C1

   ip igmp

   exit

vlan 9

   name "SERVERS"

   untagged A1-A16,B1-B5,B7,B10-B14

   ip address 192.168.35.254 255.255.255.0

   tagged B15,C1

   ip igmp

   exit

 

vlan 12

name "comps"

tagged B15 ,C1

untagged A1-A5

 ip igmp

 

vlan 11

   name "comps"

   ip address 192.168.30.254 255.255.255.0

   ip helper-address 192.168.35.1

   tagged B6,F1,G1-G2

   ip igmp

   exit

vlan 100

   name "Building Connect"

   untagged B8-B9,B15

   ip address 192.168.1.254 255.255.255.0

   tagged B6,C1

   ip igmp

exit

vlan 1
   ip rip
   exit
vlan 9

   ip rip
   exit

vlan 11

ip rip

exit

vlan 100

ip rip

exit

 

1 REPLY
John Gelten
Regular Advisor

Re: 5300 routing

If I understood you correctly...

You can do the RIP-stuff in only one of your VLANs, then the switches exchange routes through that VLAN.

 

Drawback might be (depending on your topology) that routing of the traffic will probably also take place over that VLAN, possibly causing more L3 hops than neccessary.

 

Thinking of it: I even suspect you are doing something unsupported if you want to have the switches form a RIP-partnership in every VLAN. After all, the goal of RIP is to exchange routes, and the routing-table is valid for the whole switch, not for just one VLAN.