Dusty Rah's Posts

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We have a m6220 on A1 and m8024 on A2. The ESXi servers can use A1 to access the network. However, they cannot use A2 (m8024) to access the network. Both switches are just default configuration.   ... See more...
We have a m6220 on A1 and m8024 on A2. The ESXi servers can use A1 to access the network. However, they cannot use A2 (m8024) to access the network. Both switches are just default configuration.   Servers with other operating systems other than ESXi are able to use A2 to access the network just like they are able to use A1. Is anything special needed for ESXi to be able to use m8024 on A2? If we put a m6220 into A2 with default configuration, ESXi is able to use it just fine.   The firmware of the switches are updated to latest and the IOMINF also updated through CMC.   We are in the process to upgrade A1 to m8024 as well but want to be sure that things work when we swap out the m6220 to m8024 on A1 before we do that.
Josh, would you know if the Dell HR521  CISCO WS-CBS3130X-S support private vlans?
Thanks for the clarification Josh~    
Hi,   When I try to setup a private vlan in m6220 with firmware 5.1.13.1, it does not accept the command. Has the command changed, I am following the documentation at https://downloads.dell.com/man... See more...
Hi,   When I try to setup a private vlan in m6220 with firmware 5.1.13.1, it does not accept the command. Has the command changed, I am following the documentation at https://downloads.dell.com/manuals/common/powerconnect-m6220_reference%20guide_en-us.pdf   configure (config) vlan 100 (config-vlan100) private-vlan primary % Invalid input detected at '^' marker I have checked using the ? but I can't find any way to use the private-vlan primary command. Could someone please assist?
Management vlan changed to 2 and ip routing enabled. I am trying to split up a /23 range into /29 subnets on the m6220 switch with each port having a vlan with /29 subnet. Range: 162.216.240.0/23 ... See more...
Management vlan changed to 2 and ip routing enabled. I am trying to split up a /23 range into /29 subnets on the m6220 switch with each port having a vlan with /29 subnet. Range: 162.216.240.0/23 Gateway: 162.216.240.1 (upstream provider) I am trying to figure out what "ip route" commands are needed to route traffic back forth to the subnets. Can someone please assist me in setting up the static route or if this whole approach is invalid.
Is there an equivalent command on m6220 switch for "show interfaces trunk" which works on Cisco?   I want to be able to see all the ports associated with trunk mode and which vlans they allow and a... See more...
Is there an equivalent command on m6220 switch for "show interfaces trunk" which works on Cisco?   I want to be able to see all the ports associated with trunk mode and which vlans they allow and are not pruned. The Cisco output looks like below:   m6220ca.example.com>show interfaces trunk Port Mode Encapsulation Status Native vlan Fa0/18 on 802.1q trunking 1 Port Vlans allowed on trunk Fa0/18 1-1005 Port Vlans allowed and active in management domain Fa0/18 1,101 Port Vlans in spanning tree forwarding state and not pruned Fa0/18 1,101 Thank you for your assistance!
Should we use crossover or patch cable when daisy chaining m1000e CMC as shown below? m1000e CMC daisy chain