Cisco Switching/Routing :: 3560x - Running IP Services And Error When Disabling EIGRP Stub
Jan 15, 2013
I have A 3560x running 12.2(58)SE2 and jus tupgraded to IP services to allow Enhanced EIGRP as found on feature navigator. I need to run full EIGRP and disable Stub.
however, when I try to disable it, I get this error:
dist2-3560x(config-router)#do sho licenseIndex 1 Feature: ipservices Period left: Life time License Type: Permanent License State: Active, In Use License Priority: Medium License Count: Non-Counted
Index 2 Feature: ipbase Period left: 0 minute 0 second Index 3 Feature: lanbase Period left: Life time License Type: Permanent License State: Active, Not in Use License Priority: Medium License Count: Non-Counted
dist2-3560x(config-router)#no eigrp stub connected summaryEIGRP is restricted to stub configurations only on this platform.
I have installed the license and rebooted. by all indications th elicense is installed and should allow for Full EIGRP routing.
we have 5 sites connected with a combination of direct fiber and Service Provider Ethernet. The equipmet consists of 3750 stacks with IP Services. Currently each site runs full EIGRP and is a EIGRP neightbor to all the other sites. Everything is working fine right now.
We would like to upgrade the R5 site to a 3750x stack with IP Base (cheaper than IP Services) and configure it as EIGRP Stub. My concern is with the following statement in the IOS command reference guide.
Note Multi-access interfaces, such as ATM, Ethernet, Frame Relay, ISDN PRI, and X.25, are supported by the EIGRP Stub Routing feature only when all routers on that interface, except the hub, are configured as stub routers.
I have a 3560 with IP base that is acting as a true EIGRP stub router today. It advertises local routes to the upstream service provider router and receives a default route.
Now I want to connect a 3900 ISR as a voice gateway. The 3560 does not seem to be advertising any routes to the 3900. Ok the EIGRP stub doc says this:
Only specified routes are propagated from the remote (stub) router. The router responds to queries for summaries, connected routes, redistributed static routes, external routes, and internal routes with the message "inaccessible." A router that is configured as a stub will send a special peer information packet to all neighboring routers to report its status as a stub router.
# Any neighbor that receives a packet informing it of the stub status will not query the stub router for any routes, and a router that has a stub peer will not query that peer. The stub router will depend on the distribution router to send the proper updates to all peers.
I guess I don't understand why the stub advertises local routes to the upstream ISP router but does not seem to advertise routes to the 3900. Does the stub identify the ISP router as the distribution router somehow, thus differentiating it from the 3900? If so, how is this done?
show ip eigrp neighbor detail on the 3900:
EIGRP-IPv4 Neighbors for AS(100) H Address Interface Hold Uptime SRTT RTO Q Seq (sec) (ms) Cnt Num
I am trying to configure EIGRP on my ASA DMZ Interface - topology as follows: [code] The ASA is currently configured for EIGRP with the inside 3560x switch and passing routing updates properly.However, the ASA will not send/receive routing updates to/from the DMZ 3560x switch - the two devices do establish eigrp neighbor relationship. [code]
I am looking to implement 25 Cisco 3750 switches with IPBASE image at the edge, across many cabinets. I understand I am limited to EIGRP Stub on the 3750 switches (with IPBase) and cannot acheive funding to upgrade to IPServices. Though I am not fully aware on the limitations, in terms of what I am trying to acheive.
Broadly speaking I want to install 2 x 3750 switches at the edge, with point-to-point links to two 6500 core switches (at the data centre) and then have HSRP interfaces on the 3750's, tracking the up links to the core switches. I am presuming this will be the best solution to ensure reliability.My 6500 switches run EIGRP and have many VLANs and other L3 networks advertised, which will need advertising to the 3750 switches. I would be looking to advertise two or three HSRP networks on the 3750 switches, up to the core switches.At the moment, the entire network is Layer 2 (VLANS + STP).
how to configure EIGRP across the 3750 switches and 6500 switches to allow for the 3750's to see the whole network and also advertise back up it's directly connected (HSRP) networks to the core. At the moment, after configuration, none of the switches see each other as EIGRP neighbours but can ping the L3 addresses on each end.
Im planning to install a WAN Switch on our network basically this WAN switch will be the core WAN switch in our WAN segments where all WAN connections coming in and will use EBGP peering to every CE WAN router.
I installed LMS 4.0.1 and every module works from the local server. Http login from a remote system, topology services does not start, complains about java version. I followed the link to install the java version, it then complains about some Ansiserver stuff.
the client os is win7 64 bits, eplorer version is 7.
I'm trying to configure load balancing on a network that is using 4 3750 L3 switches. The network is comprised of two sites with two switches at each site running HSRP and the virtaul IP is the gateway for a server between the two switches. The sites are connected by two independant 200meg ethernet connections (technically they are GigE limited to 200meg) p2p circuits. The switches at site A are connected together via a GigE port and the server I have connects to each switch at its respective site using a GigE port and the same for site B.
The problem I'm running into is that I've noticed that one of the 200meg circuits is always idol unless the primary goes down, so I'd like to be able to load balance the traffic from site A to site B using both p2p circuits. I think the problem that I'm running into has to do with the fact that HSRP is putting one of the links from the server to switch in standby unless the WAN link goes down and therefore traffic is not taking the "longer route" to the 2nd 200meg circuit.The only traffic going across this network is only the two servers sending traffic to one another. how I can get load balancing to work or if it is a possiblity with this network topology?
My management has tasked me to give them a high level overview of the different switching we can choose for our new building.
This is what I know so far.4 Closets, each closet has 450 ports,One MDF room that is will contain one UCS Chassis and a Nimble iSCSI SAN.
I am working on the spreadsheet and it looks like this (Not totally filled):
2960s3560x3750x45064510Approx cost (Each, 48PORT, POE+, 10G uplink, Dual PS, IP BASE) 6K7K8K45K75KMax Capacity192432432192384Backplane speed206464520520ProLeast ExpensiveStackable to 9Stackable to 9ProDual PSDual PSDual PSDual PSDual PSProLayer 3 opt Layer 3 optDual SupsDual SupsConExpensiveExpensiveConNo Dual PSConLayer 2 OnlyCannot stack more than 4 For the MDF I would like to use 2 Nexus 5548's with FEX's, and the layer 3 daughter board. For the IDF's I was thinking of two 4010's.
i cant find any difference in these two devices when i am trying to compare throughput.I need upgrade our new POP and there will be around 4900 MAC adresses in VLAN 150 and 130 MAC adresses in vlan 200.Uplink is 1 gig routed internet connection and there is 14 downlinks to separate villages.i found a few differences for eg stack interface on 3750x but i dont need it.
I unpacked a new 3560x and went to put our standard code version on it c3560e-ipbasek9-mz.122-53.SE2. Everything seemed to upgraded fine but it won't boot to a console prompt. It seems like it loads the IOS image fine but can't get passed the Front-end Microcode IMG MGR: Programming device 0. [code]
Our Exchange 2010 hub servers run multiple services/ports: smtp, www, pop3,135, 143, https, 993, 995, 6001,6002,6003,60200,60201,8400, and 8402 what is the best way of balancing these servers so that if only one of the services failed on a server, it would switch only the failed service to remaining servers. At present I only use an smtp probe, so as log as that sevrice is running the server is marked good.
I have seen a similar post here from last year about a 10/half connection, but this is different. I have a provider using a 2950 switch (they left CDP on so we can see it). And we have to be set to 10/full to make this connection (as you know 10/half connected here would be or is horrible). I have had this connection running on my 2921 router w/o issue but when I connect it to my 3560X, then I get no link light (shows down/down, not connected).
What else to know about what has been tried: Connecting link to switch with switch set to auto/auto (sp/dup). Speed is 10 (as it should be) but of course w/o the other side pulsing the voltage to know what to auto to, it defaults to half so this is unacceptabel, but, I do get a link light and can pass traffic, it's just a horrible experience.
Also tried the same setting speed and duplex vs. auto disco speed and duplex on other ports of the switch, no difference, same results. Also different patch cables, same results.
My current work around is to connect the providers 2950 (10/full) to my 2921 router @ (10/full) with a BVI to another port on the router which continues on to my 3560X at 1G/full. And this works just fine. Here's more info from my 3560X and the providers 2950:
If the 3560 or 3750 "X" series support GRE.I am pretty certain the older 3750-E does not support GRE (both in hardware and software)Was hoping the new super duper X series do. If not, it could get expensive
I have a 3560X switch with interfaces 36-48 on the same LAN. All interfaces are switchports. Hosts on 38, 39 and 40 are multicast senders: all sending to the same single multicast address. Hosts on 36 and 37 are receivers, having joined that multicast group. I created an SVI for the LAN and put it in ip pim passive. (That is the only PIM mode allowed for an SVI with my IOS.) Show ip igmp snooping groups shows that 36 and 37 are the only interfaces in this group. I attach a laptop to interface 42 and Wireshark, and the laptop is receiving the multicast traffic. The laptop does not join the group. I expect it would not see the traffic.
last week we have changed the connection of small town from licensed radio to direct fiber with clasic 1gig sfp.After that we have connected the new fiber , we can see 5 min outages of customer internet connection. If we are conncted on the same subnet anywhere on network, we can ping the customer all the time. But if we try to ping the customers public IP it is each 5 min for 5 min unreachable. I have tryed to sho logg in all switches but there are no mesasages. I just see, when comunication have lost, the MAC and IP of customer will disapear from routers ARP tabbel. What is going on?When i enter sho mac address-table i can see customers MAC address in all switches. There are exactly 5 min outages. 5min it runs ok, 5 min outage and it repeats agan.
I looks like the swith blocks the ARP packets from customers to their default gateway.The routers are connected to catalyst 3560x lan base ios, This switch is connected to another 3560x lan base ios and it is connected with fiber to ME3400 where are customers connected.
I have 3560X-24T-S switches with IP Services loaded at remote sites that I have been having troubles with. Originally, they had IOS 12.2(58)SE1 on them. I have up to four diverse paths via point-to-point microwave at the remote sites. The Microwave equipment is by Microwave Networks and is a Prodeus M series which Ethernet support. The original issue manifested itself as hardware loopback errors on some of the ports that were connected to the microwave links.
My experience in the past has been that when a hardware loopback error occurred it is usually a bad switch port. In this case however, if I disconnected all of the microwave Ethernet links and rebooted the switch and then connected the Ethernet connections to the microwave links again, everything works fine. No hardware loopback errors. That is, until the next switch reboot. Then the hardware loopback error would return. Interestingly, it would come back on different ports connected to the microwave links every time. So if a reboot was done without disconnecting the microwave Ethernet links the hardware loopback error would change from one microwave link to another after each reboot.
I then went through and read the lengthy release notes for IOS version 15.0(2)SE and found several fixes that I thought could fix my issue. So I downloaded it and updated a couple of the offending switches (not all of them were having this problem). After going through the second update required to resolve the 'open file error' that happens going between 12.2(58)SE1 and 15.0(2)SE the problem seemed to be resolved on the offending switches. So, I went ahead and updated the IOS on all of the switches with point-to-point microwave connections.
I now have one switch that was updated that is crashing and rebooting continuously when the Ethernet links for the point-to-point microwave are connected. Again, if I disconnect all the microwave links and reboot, it comes up fine ands stays fine when the microwave links are connected back up. It will work fine until the next reboot and then the crash and reboot loop starts over again. Below is a portion of the putty log when the crash occurs:
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- previous memory block, bp = 0x59BF838, memorypool type is Processor data check, ptr = 0x59BF860 ========= Dump bp = 0x59BF87C ====================== 59BF77C: 0 0 0 FD0110DF AB1234CD FFFE0000 56 383FDB4 59BF79C: 212AC68 59BF838 59BF6F4 80000042 1 0 A504F53 543A2050 59BF7BC: 6F727441 53494320 506F7274 204C6F6F 70626163 6B205465 73747320 3A20456E
Im going to be ordering a new 3560X L3 switch (ws-3560x-48pf-s). We currently have a 3560 V2 switch and I've read it supports stacking, but looking at the back I just see a console port. Is there an extra card I have to get for this 3560V2 to make it stakable with the 3560X?
I currently use L3 switches as edge routers to my WAN. I want to use a pair of 3560x switches with IPbase to provide a failover path to my WAN using HSRP at one location but had some problems testing the configuration. My plan is use a virtual address on the LAN interface (VLANx which port gi0/1 accesses) and the WAN interface (VLANy which port gi0/24 accesses). I want switch 1 to be primary since it will have an IPS attached to it, and switch 2 will be backup and used only when switch 1 or the IPS requires maintenance. On both the LAN and WAN sides there is no advanced routing going on, the various hosts just depend on the availability of their respective default gateways, so HSRP should be sufficient to provide a failover in either direction.
In my testing I got 1 or the other link to fail over but not the entire switch. What should my config look like to achieve failover of the entire switch in the event 1 or the other interface goes down, and fail back when the primary links are again available?
I am stuck at a very early stage in the configuration of 3560x switch. It seemed very unusual and that is the reason, I configured basic config for line con 0 with login local. And then I had just put "enable secret xxxxxx."
Now I simply logged out and when i tried logging in, it is asking for a username. Now the thing is that I had not programmed any username. I tried using just "." followed by my secret password, but it did not work.
I have a Cisco 3560X series 48 port PoE switch which im using to try to power a Axis Q6032E PoE+ PTZ camera that requires 25W of power. Although when I plug the camera into the switch it power as PoE Class 4 but will only assign the port 15.4W of power. I have tried going into the switch and manaually assigning the port to 30W of power but no luck. I have talked with the Axis vendor and they stated that Cisco does not turn on 802.3at protocol by default? This does not seem correct. I am running a single 1100W power supply as well. See output below. Gi0/43 is port in question.
Gi0/41 auto on 15.4 Ieee PD 4 30.0 Gi0/42 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 30.0 Gi0/43 auto on 15.4 Ieee PD 4 30.0
i bought a cisco 2950 series switch to play around with and im trying to set it up to SSH. I have google'd a bit on how to do this and i've sort of hit a wall... i have downloaded the cryptographic image from cisco's website, installed a TFTP server (think this is where my issue lies) but when i do the copy tftp flash global command i keep getting the error accessing "xxxx" message.I have tried allowing the server through windows firewall, disabling windows firewall, allowing access through the router..
I have a brand new 3650x switch that I was configuring via console and left it on overnight; this was friday night ( I forgot to keep the air conditioner on). When I returned Sunday afternoon and checked the switch I realized that the SYS and STAT lights on the front were not on, however the Leds on the PS module were still on. I powered it down and turn it on again but still there are no lights on the front. The PS OK and AC OK leds on the PS module are on but I noticed the leds on the two fan modules are not green or even amber; they are off.When I first turned on the switch I remembered distinctly that there were loud noice and if all fans were in overdrive mode for a few seconds then the went to normal. I'm not gettgin this loud noise phenomenom.