I have a switch(B) that up-links to another switch(A), I can ping and telnet to switch (A) fine but I can't ping or telnet to (B). (B) is accessible from (A) but not from outside. Any help is appreciated.
Hi, the loop-detection shutdown-disable option is not available on my ICX 6450 switches. It is available on a single switch but not a stack. Why is this? Can I enable it somehow? Both switches have the same SW version: 08.0.30hT313
I have the stp-bpdu-guard command on each of my ports. I want the individual port to shut down if it senses a loop, not the layer3 up-link (Cisco) which err-disables it's port, making the switch inaccessible. What commands do I need to add to accom...
ICX6450-48p stack of 6 switches (one uplink port) no longer communicate with cisco layer 3 switch. It was working but just stopped. The only thing that changed was removing a port channel from the cisco and a lag from the ruckus (brocade).
Thanks, it's working now. My switch was indeed missing the default gateway.
However on my switch the command was "ip default-network". The "default ip-gateway" command doesn't exist. Why is this? Older code perhaps?
Thanks for your help.
Thank you for your reply. There are no route statements on the switches. They are up-linked via a trunk port. Her is how they are connected:
Cisco layer 3 switch--->ruckus ICX(A)--->ruckus ICX(B)
B is only accessible (ping/telnet) while re-moted ...
I found the command. Add the loop-detection command to either the individual port or by vlan:(config-vlan-1)#loop-detectionAuto recover err-disable ports by cause:conf t (global config)#errdisable recovery cause loop-detectionor this for all causes#...
Problem solved with your holp. default vlan wasnt being routed added dual-mode and all is well. Thanks for your help. The arp suggestion is what led my to the solution. Not sure of why it was working and then not...Thanks again.