SG-3100 LAN1 port as trunk help
I have been trying to get trunking working on between the SG-3100 and a HP v1910 switch. I am 99% sure (never 100% :) ) the HP switch is configured correctly.
So I want to make sure I have the Netgate configured correctly since this is my first time configuring one.
Here are the steps I used to configure the Netgate:
- Create the vlan.
- Assign the interface.
- Enable and configure the IP address (applied the changes as well.
- Enabled 802.1q vlan mode and trunked vlan on 1 and 5 on LAN1. Removed LAN1 from vlan 1.
- Configure firewall rules to allow all traffic (for testing of course ;) ) and applied the rule
I have port 1 connected to my HP on port 7 and have a test laptop connected to a port 6. HP 7 is a trunk point trunking vlan 3, HP port 6 is an access port in vlan 3.
Right now I cannot ping the FW (192.168.3.1)
Did I miss a part of the config???
Nope, that all looks good from what I can see.
Do you have DHCP enabled on OPT2? Can a client pull a lease?
Can you ping from the firewall out to the client?
Are you using any other VLANs on that switch? Have you ever?
I would run a packet capture on LAN with promiscuous mode enabled. With the view set to full you will see the VLAN3 tagged traffic. If you run a few pings you will be able to see if anything is making it that far in either direction. Obviously you should definitely see outgoing ping requests on VLAN3 there.
So, I turned on DHCP and low and behold, that worked. So I went back and put a static in and now that works. Rebooted a couple times to make sure it stayed working and it did.
Have no idea what was hung. But thanks for verifying I had everything above correct. Hopefully someone else can use it for configuring it themselves. The documentation out there is good, but not great for a more top to bottom of the type I needed...
Anyway, thanks for the help....