having a few issues with RIP, i have always used Cisco equipment and dont really get the Dell RIP set up.
I have 3 Vlans set on switch 1 all of these VLAN can communicate with each other, however on switch 2 i have a VLAN that cannot communicate due to routing.
Routing and RIP is enabled on both switches but they do not share the routing tables?
On Cisco i would type
sw1 router rip
sw2 router rip
I feel its a simple fix although i am not finding it, any help would be appreciated.
To enable RIP on a 6224, the commands should look similar to this.
(Config)# router rip
(Config)# interface vlan 10 (this will be whatever VLAN you need it to be)
(Config-if-vlan10)# ip rip
Some more information can be found on page 562
Hope this helps,
Keep us updated.
Thank for the reply i could ping between hosts n different VLANs i just couldnt get the info to exchange between switches.
I have a new issue, i deleted VLAN 3 and then went to create it as i did with the previous vlans.
I can see that the vlan has been created and has routing enabled and address assigned to it, although this does not show via show ip route?
Any ideas why this would be the case?
Which switch is VLAN 3 on, switch 1 or 2? How are these two switches connected? Are the two switches able to communicate back and forth now?
Has VLAN 3 been made into the management VLAN? A management VLAN cannot be routed, so if VLAN 3 is your management VLAN, you would need to change it to a different VLAN.
Again cheers for the feedback, it was suggested to me to restart the Switch and somehow this done the trick?
Everything seems to be pinging fine again thanks for the replies much appreciated.