I have this setup up
linux labpc -> Dell switch z9100-on -> other switch
The other switch / device is connnected to 1/7/1 port on Dell switch.
On labpc, there is network interface for example myeth0. There is vlan interface under that e.g. myeth0.10
myeth0 and myeth0.10 has own ip address and different network.
When I ping to other interface. It works perfectly fine.
However, when I ping from myeth0.10, it doesn't reach 'other switch'. I have mirroring of port set up on other switch. Nothing comes.
My question is that, do I need to configure the port 1/7/1 to all the ping to pass through from vlan??
I just find this vlan stuff confusing. There is trunks and vlans and private vlans, tagging and untagging. I would like to know, what is really needed.
thanks for your time,
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How is the port configured? What is the other switch? Does it support VLANs?
Do I need to do something like this ?
I tried above but no success...
At the moment, I have the port switch has not special configuration. ping works ok but not from vlan i/f
interface TenGigabitEthernet 1/10/1
no ip address
from monitoring i.e. monitor interface ten.. 1/10/1, I can see that output packets is incrementing. So perhaps
other switch is not not compatible. But since port is untagged, is it taking something from packet?
If you could clarify how this should really work. Should the packet be fine with this basic config do i need to go
and make a portmode hybrid...and vlan i/f
Try that configuration that you linked and see if it works.