Need Help for ALcatel Etherchannel, Intervlan Routing and tagged and untagged

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zubairayub
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Need Help for ALcatel Etherchannel, Intervlan Routing and tagged and untagged

Post by zubairayub » 04 Jun 2018 13:28

Hi All,
I am new to Alcatel and my company nowaday proposing Alcatel switches to clients and we are getting more projects for Alcatel and also we are not getting time to get trained for Alcatel as we planned for training in June end. Anyhow, I am having CISCO background so configuring Alcatel is new for me for that I need you guys help.

- I am having 2 6860 core switch in the stack and 5 6400 uplink switches.
- I need to configure inter vlan routing between 3 Vlans. Managment, CCTV, and ACS.
- 4 uplink switches (all ports) need to be in CCTV vlan and 1 switch all ports need to be in ACS Vlan.
- I need to configure EtherChannel (Cisco term ) between core and uplink switches.

If someone can post configuration it would be much appreciated as I spend a whole day to make core switches in the stack from configuration guide so I don't want waste more time on it.
Please Note post configuration with "Tagged and Untagged ports" as well

Thanks

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Re: Need Help for ALcatel Etherchannel, Intervlan Routing and tagged and untagged

Post by devnull » 05 Jun 2018 06:43

it's all in the manuals...
vlan 2 enable
vlan 3 enable
ip interface "vlan-1" address 1.1.1.1 mask 255.255.255.0 vlan 1
ip interface "vlan-2" address 2.2.2.2 mask 255.255.255.0 vlan 2
-> routing between 1 and 2 will work now

set vlans to ports (6860)
vlan 1 members port 1/1/1 untagged
vlan 2 members port 1/1/2 tagged
vlan 3 members port 1/1/2 tagged

set vlans to ports (6400) untagged:

vlan 1 port default 1/1

tagged:
802.1q 2 1/2
802.1q 3 1/2

You can use static Linkagg (Etherchannel mode on) or LACP (recommend cisco: mode active)
see:
http://rohanat76.blogspot.com/2011/12/c ... -6850.html
For 6860 it should be similar enough.

If you need more help get a paid service ;-)

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