Cisco Switches :: SG30028P - Implementing QOS For Over Multiple Switches For Two Vlans
Jul 17, 2012
I was looking for configuring QOS for two VLANS i have created. these will be for voice traffic vlan 22 and video traffic vlan23. i also have three other vlans for pc's, wireless devices and our cnc machines. we have 5 switches that are all SG30028P's with a single switch doing the intervlan routing (operating at layer 3). all of the switches are trunked back to the main switch and ive been through the guide written on how to do this on a single switch which i dont think is layer 3.
1) For managing the switches via IP, will LAN1 be the default management network? Should I create a seperate VLAN for managing the switches?
2) For uplinking the switches together, I plan to trunk a port to connect the switches together. What's the configuration on the trunk port to forward all vlans from one switch to another?
3) On some ports, I want to configure a trunk for two vlans (Data and Voice) where the phone has a pass through for PC. The phone supports tagging for the PC and the VoIP traffic. For example on port 10, would VLAN 100 and 300 be set to tagged?
I have 2 SG300-10 switches, and I need two VLANs, one for internal network and one for WiFi APs.I need ports 1->4 on both switches to be part of 1st VLAN and ports 5->8 on 2nd VLAN; and port 10 uplink to 2nd switch.How I set up the VLANs and interface VLAN mode?
I am having problems accomplishing these tasks with my new SG 200-18.
I have a LinkSys WRT54G2 connected to port 1. I would like ports 2-8 to be in one VLAN with access to the Internet and to be able to share their printers, hard drives, etc. with other computers on ports 2-8. I would like each of ports 9-16 to be on a separate VLAN with access only to the Internet and no other ports on the switch. I would like to be able to manage the switch from any of the ports 2-8.
After I create the VLAN 1009 (see screenshot below), port 9 can browse the Internet and cannot see the other ports on the switch which is correct. However, ports 2-8 can no longer access the switch at 192.168.1.20 in order to manage the switch.
I have to configure multiple vlans served with a unique DCHP server . As first step, I just will The DHCP server to serve 2 vlans. The following is the hardware and configuration that I implemented :
But If I connect the DHCP server on a trunked switch port and adapt the DHCP server gateway 172.16.0.1 to 172.16.0.254, hosts receive ip address properly.I have to connect the DHCP server directly to the router. How can I do that, what is wrong in the configuration?
I can't figure out how to configure a port membership with multiple VLANs. My setup:
- VLAN10 - VLAN20 - port settings tab: port24 in general mode - ports to VLANs tab: untagged everywhere, when I set port 24 membership to VLAN10 I can't set port 24 membership in VLAN20 because when I do that port 24 membership in VLAN10 dissapears and vice versa - but I can set port 24 membership to both VLANs in VLANs to port tab, but I think it doesn't work because: - when I connect hosts to ports 23 (port 23 is a member of VLAN10 only) and 24 (member of VLAN10 and VLAN20) there are not any connectivity between them - but connectivity is working when I set the same PVID for both ports 23 and 24 in port setting tab, I can't set multiple PVID in here.
So, is it possible to configure port membership for multiple VLANs on this linksys. [URL]
I have 8 apartments that have a single internet connection coming into the building, I then have a PoE Access Point in each of the 8x apartments.
What I would like to be able to do is to have each apartment within its own vlan, but to be able to use the internet via one of the non-PoE ports (port 9 say) but do not want residents in different flats to be able to see each others devices on the same network.
I have a Cisco SG 300-10MP which has 8x PoE ports and 2x Ethernet ports, one of which my Internet connection is plugged into (using WiMax).
We have a Cisco 887 router and a Cisco SG-200 switch.We'd like to setup trunking between these 2 devices for multiple VLANs on the switch to be made available on the router.
With previous routers, you could set the router up in the configuration 'router-on-a-stick' and VLANs worked like a charm but the 887 no longer support sub-interfaces.So how can you get trunking working between the 2 devices?
Is there a VTP configuration menu for the SG-200 which we can setup in order for it to talk 'VTP' with the 887 router??
We have been set the task of securing a small managed office system which is currently set up with a standard switch allowing each of the offices (containing different companies) to see each other, and in some cases, access each others documents across the network.
Obviously this is a far from adequate set up and our aim is to isolate each office using VLAN's but share a common internet connection provided by the managed offices. We have two Cisco SGE2000-G5 layer 3 switches but we are new to Cisco equipment and VLAN's so we are not quite sure on how to implement this. DHCP would need to be provided by a Router, there is no Server. We are open to suggestions on the Router as we have yet to purchase one.
I am aware that private-vlans are not supported on edge switches like 2960 series - so my question is would it be possibel to ceate private vlans on say just the core switch which would be a 3570 or 4506 that supports private vlans and then just trunk these to the edge like normal vlans?
what I need to achive is to have edge port not able to communicate to each other even across switches - which cannot be done using 'protected' port so need the private vlan feature
Vlan 10 is the management VLAN, and it uplinks to our border router.Vlan 20 is the workstation VLAN, and all workstations point to the switch as their default GW? Vlan 30 is the ip phone VLAN, and all phones use this as their gateway.
I would like to put a LAG between said switches, we have some servers on the ip phone switch that need to be accessed by the workstation clients, and the single 100mb link through the router is probably not going to be enough.As I understand it, because the switches have different networks on them, a simple lag will not work. I did create a lag, and assign ip addresses to each side, however in that mode, it doesn't appear I can block vlan 10 from transiting the LAG, and with out that block I will end up with a logical loop, and spanning-tree will block one of the uplinks, or the LAG itself.
I am trying to set up three vlans across two switches. The switches are Cisco SG200 and SG 300 series. There are 20 devices connected to the two switches including a router for Internet. Among these devices are five wireless access points all hardwired to the LAN. If I understand correctly the first thing I have to do is aggregate the two switches. I ran two cat5 cables to ports 1 and 2 of each switch. As I understand it all I need to do is to create SAG with the two ports on each switch. I think I need to use tagging but I don't really understand how to do this. Once I get the trunking set up correctly I want to create one vlan to which all devices will belong for Internet access. The other two would be for data and VoIP. Do I create vlans with the same name on both switches? When I assign the devices (by port) do I need to enable tagging? Which type of port setting should I use? I am assuming that by including the acess points in the vlans will mean that any wireless device connected to them will have acess to the Internet and the devices in the same vlan.
I want to implement VoIP on my client network, currently the data network is using SG300-28P small business switches for user access. According to my design the IP Phones (Cisco 9971 and 7942G IP Phones) are to connect to the small business access switches while the user PCs connects to the IP Phones.
My concern is I really don't understand how the small busness switches will advertise the voice VLAN to the IP Phones. I understand that the switches are suppouse to use LLDP/CDP for this but it seems the model I have can only do LLDP. The IP Phones and the PCs connected to them will be recieving IP addresses from an uplink L3 managed switch.
how LLDP works (particularly regarding this scenario)? Does it matter if the small business switch is in L2 or L3 mode for the VoIP implementation?
I want to setup an home network with a wireless router and use multiple switches for wired connections through out my home. I currently have an Airport extreme hooked up to a cable modem and a leviton gateway hooked up to the Airport. The 2 computers connected to the Leviton are on a windows 7 homegroup and share fine, but won't share or discover any wireless device connected to Airport. My main goal is to have a wireless/wired network with all computers sharing information with each other. I want 2-3 wired switches/gateways with a min of 2 devices connected to each, connected to my wireless router whiich is connected to cable modem.
I am implementing QoS on our MPLS network. Our environment exists of a mix of Cisco 2960 and 3560 switches. The IPT system is Avaya CM with Avaya phones.The WAN network is a MPLS network.Ports are configured for access and voice vlan (no trunking), one vlan for voice, one for data (vlan 1 is disabled).I dont have Qos coonfigured on LAN just wanted to configure on WAN Router where my Mpls link is connected.I have 45 Mb Mpls links on all sites connected to each other.
I have multiple sites connected via MPLS and i have control at both sides.Current config is mentioned below in which DSCP marking is not done for signaling. What is the best config with example.Current Config on all Cisco Router where MPLS link is terminated at all sites. [code]
I'm having alot of trouble trying to connect more that one LAG between two SG300-52 switches.Basically i have configured both switches with the same vlans. For 2 of the vlans i would like to connect them together between the two switches using LAG. Switch1 has Vlan 5 (ports 1-12) & Vlan 10 (Ports 25-36) with LAG configured on ports 1-2 and ports 25-26. I have setup the second switch identical to the first. But when i connect the LAG's there is no connectivty. If i disconnect one LAG the other starts working.Can you only have i interconnect LAG between switches?
My internet router acts as an IGMP Proxy for the LAN and distributes IPTV there. The router is connected to one of my three SG 300 10 Cisco switches (connected to one another via uplink port). Now I want all switches to send multicast traffic to only the recipients of such traffic (PCs with VLC and Network Media Players) connected to either one of them. How do I have to configure the switches to do so and not flood the LAN with multicast traffic, is it enough to enable IGMP Snooping on each switch?
I am trying to get WOL working across different VLANS on a SG-300-10 Switch in Layer 3 Mode. To achieve this, I've setup an UDP-Relay (GUI menu IP Configuration) for UDP-Port 7 to 255.255.255.255 (this should flood all interfaces with the paket), however, WOL doesn't work across different VLANS. When I am connected directly to the corresponding VLAN, WOL works fine within the same subnet.
Trunk from 3500 going into SF300-8 #1 QNQTrunk from SF300-8 #1 going into trunk SF300-8 #2QNQ from SF300-08#2 going into Trunk SF300-24, All Vlans from Network 1 seem to be communicating properly between the 3550 and SF300-24 and is isolated from the Transport Network by QnQ. I am having one problem, I can not ping the SF300-24 or get to the management interface. I am able to access other devices on the SF300-24 Vlan1 from devices on the 3550 Vlan1 and vice versa.
At the moment i have 2 internetconnentions with 2 different modems/routers. The computers are currently direct connected to the router.I'm considering adding a switch in the network and i hope i can make 2 different vlans each for one internet connection. The two networks should not be able to connect eachother.But i dont know what switch i need to do that. Do i need a Sg-200 or a SG-300 switch?
My ISP is providing me with 1 public IP on a /30 network and 14 public IPs on a /28 network. In this example the 10.0.0.1 is the default gw provided by my ISP and 10.0.0.2 is my SF300-08. If I setup my router to route to 10.0.0.2 as the default gw through the interface between the switch and router, can I configure the static routes in the switch to route further to 10.0.0.1?
is it possible to have these 2 networks on different VLANs and configure inter-VLAN routing? I don't want the switch accessible from the 10.0.0.2 IP.
I am IT teacher at a middle school in Nuremberg, Germany. We have in our school 5 VLANs, 4 Switchtes, 1 L3 switch and 1 router.
2 months ago the old L3 switch (Catalyst 3550-12T) is broken. In the short term I've borrowed a Catalyst 3750G-24, so that the network continues to function. Now a SG 300-10 switch was purchased. This should be configured the same as the 3550-12T or 3750-24G.The network looks like this (there are much more PCS than in this image):
VLAN ID VLAN Interface DHCP DHCP-pool [Code]....
The DHCP server in VLAN 30 is also a FOG server. The Fog server images all PCs in school. PCs in VLAN 10, 20 and 30 boot from PXE. The MS Server in VLAN 10 has been configured by the DHCP options 66 and 67.
The Catalyst 3750G-24 routes the multicast, but the SG 300-10 I do not have the option of using the commands ip multicast-routing distributedip pim sparse-dense-modeto work and must configure igmp. I'm having problems with the igmp-configuration on the SG 300-10. Therefore, I have uploaded the configuration of the 3750G-24 and the configuration of the SG 300-10 (without ACL).
I am a novice at setting up Cisco routers, I have a few years of networking form the server side of things just beginning to work on the switch side. I am trying to configure a sg200-8 to have three VLANs.
Router (with Internet Connection) is plugged into port 24 of the 1810.My asterisk server is plugged into Port 1 of the 1810.The 2520 is plugged into Port 2 of the 1810, and all of the VoIP phones are plugged into the 2520.Rest of the office computers are plugged into the remaining ports on the 1810.
After setting up the subnet and assigning an ip to the 1810, everything else just worked out of the box. I would imagine that I should segment and prioritize the network so that the VOIP traffic is isolated and is higher priority from everything else.
I tried playing around a bit, but the phones lost connectivity, so I just defaulted everything back for now.
What would the suggestions be for setting up the VLANS properly to do this?I would also need one of the office PC's (say the one plugged into port 13 of the 1810) to be able to access the asterisk server.Also, would it be more optimal to have the asterisk server on the PoE switch or the main switch?
I have successfully set up a VLAN on my primary switch which is an SGE2010. I have 3 other switches is other buildings connected in series. The next in line is another SGE2010 and then a SLM2024 and an SGE2010. Each are connected with Fiber and I'm not sure how to set up the switches so that the router controlling VLAN 2 will push IP addresses to the clients on that VLAN and allow internet access. We're using it as a guest VLAN for our customers to have internet access. I have those GBIC ports set up as trunks right now except for the SLM2024...I'm not quite sure how to set that up. The VLAN is set up on each switch exactly the same though.
I have two cabinets in a datacenter with four available cross connect cables. I would like to set up two LAGs between the two switches each of which will carry one vlan across to the other. My default vlan contains all of my servers on it (10.0.0.0/8), and my backup vlan (192.168.200.0/24) will only be used for iscsi traffic and data backups. At the moment, I have one cable connecting the two switches and it works fine for the default vlan. When I add in a second cable and set it to vlan 200, no matter what settings I try it just doesn't pass traffic. I've made several attempts to get the second connection working, tagged, untagged, trunk, access, etc.