XG-7100 config switch for 8 single interfaces



  • I have a XG-7100 and the initial config has a WAN (ETH1) and LAN (ETH2-ETH8) and the two OPT1, 2 (IX Ports) as Interfaces.

    I changed the config to 8 individual Interfaces, i need those for CARP SYNC, 2nd WAN Gateway and so on.

    The Switch is configured with 8 VLAN Groups  - every Group contains their corresponding Port

    Interfaces/VLANs have then the corresponding VLAN tags and in interface assignments the corresponding Network ports.

    This config seams logic to me.

    I set up an CARP SYNC Interface with an static ip and an 3G WAN Interface with DHCP - both ports are not working -  I can not ping the SYNC interface of the second pfsense and i do not get an IP address for the 3G WAN port - so something in my switch config might be wrong.

    What can I try?
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  • Netgate

    You showed everything we need to see I think except Interfaces > Switches, VLANs



  • forgot to upload that pic ;-)

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  • Netgate

    VLANs 2003 - 2008 need to have 9T and 10T. They are currently VLANs that talk to nobody. You need to tag them on the uplink ports to get the traffic back to the pfSense (layer 3) VLAN interfaces.



  • perfect! it worked - thank you!!!!



  • Can you reupload your screenshots please.
    Im very interested how you solved the problem.

    Thanks.



  • I just joined and have not purchased an XG-7100 yet. But the documentation of the Marvell switch at https://www.netgate.com/docs/pfsense/solutions/xg-7100/switch-overview.html#vlans might have been created after this thread was created. It may have the screen shots you are looking for. VLANs from the Marvell switch which need to talk to pfSense do so through ports 9 and 10 of the switch which are LAGGed to another two port LAGG on the Denverton SoC. This is facilitated in your configuration by adding 9t and 10t as members of each VLAN. I have not figured out yet what the "t" does. Perhaps it retags with the PVID of ports 9 and 10 which in the example is 1, which I thought is not recommended as a PVID in general.



  • After a short sleep in the night i solved the problem myself.
    Forget to add the members 9T and 10T. :)

    Thanks all.


 

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