Cisco Switching/Routing :: 3750X - VTP Not Working With Switch Not Directly Connected
Sep 9, 2012
We have a 3750X VTP Server and the rest of the switches are clients.
Due to cabling issues, we have a switch (Switch F) that we can't connect directly to the 3750X so we have it connected through another switch. Everything is set to VTP client with the correct domain and password but this not-directly-connected switch isn't receiving any VTP VLANs.
Anything I need to do on Switch D so that Switch F can receive the VTP updates?
I have an Cisco 6500 CS and there is a Cisco Unified Communication Manger Server connected directly to the Core Switch.I tried to change duplex and speed ( fix and auto ) for both sides, but the same problem.
In change network topology, we are going to assign PC's Gateway as Switch (3750X) IP Address rather than server IP Address. Currently we have configured all Sytems's Gateway is Internet Server IP Address which we are going to replace with Switch IP as Gateway.Issue is while connecting specific application like team viewer in which application tried to send keepalive message to the live server and in case of switch/router IP as gateway. Connection doesn't established. However it is working fine when Internet Server IP treated as gateway.
In change network topology, we are going to assign PC's Gateway as Switch (3750X) IP Address rather than server IP Address. Currently we have configured all Sytems's Gateway is Internet Server IP Address which we are going to replace with Switch IP as Gateway. [code]
Issue is while connecting specific application like team viewer in which application tried to send keep alive message to the live server and in case of switch/router IP as gateway. Connection doesn't established. However it is working fine when Internet Server IP treated as gateway.
I have a CAT 3560 connected to a ISR 2911 The 3560 has 2 subnets ( 192.168.1.0 /24 and 10.10.10.0 /24) The 2911 has interface GigabitEthernet0/1 on the 192.168.1.0 /24 and another GigabitEthernet0/0 on a WAN connection 172.16.7.246 I need to NAT both the 192.168.1.0 /24 and the 10.10.10.0 /24 to the single address 172.16.7.246 I have to use route-maps . I have IPSec VPN's and ZBF on the 2911 My problem is the NAT does not work for the 10.10.10.0 /24 network!Why?is my only option to use trunking between the 3560 and 2911 and subinterfaces on the 2911? I want to avoid sub-interfacing.
============================================================= On the Cat 3560=====================!vlan 40name the 192.168.1.0 /24 subnet!vlan 60name the 10.10.10.0 /24 subnet!interface FastEthernet0/7description Connection to Router Gig0/1switchport access vlan 40!interface FastEthernet0/16description Connection pc host on the 10.10.10.0 /24 subnetswitchport access vlan 60!interface Vlan1no ip address!interface Vlan40ip address 192.168.1.4 255.255.255.0!interface Vlan60ip address 10.10.10.10 255.255.255.0!ip classlessip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.1 =========================
The host on the 10.10.10.0 /24 network has the 10.10.10.10 address as it's default gateway The host can not access the WAN thru NAT....
My Data Center has one single core switch where is connected several servers, one port is the link to the router wan and other port is the link to the FW, my boss wants to install 2 nexus in order to replace the single switch. All my network has only one address, for example 192.168.10.0/24 if I connect two nexus 7010 in VPC and Domain, each nexus is going to has 2 modules with 48 port 10/100/1000 rj45 and i wan to connect servers directly to each nexus, with this figure i'm going to have a group of servers connected in two different nexus, Do they can have the same network 192.168.10.0/24 considering that the nexus are in the same vdc and vlan and have only one gateway for both groups? If the answer is positive, which nexus would be the gate way for that address, the primary or secondary? Or i must have a different address for both group of servers, i mean for example 192.168.10.0/24 and 192.168.12.0/24?thus each nexus would be the gateway for that new address?
To have two nexus connected by VPC in a Domain mean that one computer connected to one nexus can share the same address or vlan with other computer connected to the other nexus????
A specific switch port which happens to be part of a 2 switch 3750 Switch Stack is seeing multiple CDP packets from 3 extra switch port interfaces that are not directly connected. Noteworthy is that the far end devices have the correct CDP entries and I physically confirmed at least two of those connections that lead to the switch "upstream to the culprit switch". Tricky part is that its production so room for maneuvering is limited. At some point I disabled all Ports save for the real uplink and the problem momentarily disappeared. Re-enable the interfaces problem resurfaces. Is there an explanation, technique to eliminate the culprit with minimal disruption?
I have a Cisco 7206VXR running 12.4(24)T3 IOS. It is configured with WCCPv2 using L2 mask redirection. I am using service groups and associated extended ACLs to select which subnets I want to redirect port 80 traffic from.
It is working fine for the subnet 192.168.1.0/24....
int gi0/2 ip wccp 10 redirect in ip address 192.168.1.99 255.255.255.0
... however, there is OSPF running between the router and a Mikrotik device directly connected to this interface. The gateway addresses for all the client subnets are on the Mikrotik. Traffic from other subnets, e.g. 192.168.2.0/24, 192.168.3.0/24 come in on this interface and I want to redirect those too. But it appears that the redirection doesn't work for those subnets (I don't see any hits on the relevant ACL for any subnet except 192.168.1.0/24).
It seems like the router only wants to redirect traffic for subnets that it has an IP address in itself. Admittedly, all of the example configs i've found on cisco.com are for redirecting traffic from directly connected subnets but I can't find anything that denies thie possibility of redirecting any traffic that comes in on a given interface.
The question is, is this how WCCPv2 redirection works? i.e., the router must have an IP address in the subnet to be redirected?
Since last week we started noticing this problem that the branch users started to complain of slow application response.. After verifying it with the ISP and middle network we noticed that if i ping from my machine (ie usernetwork) to the WAN Router interface (facing the ASA) , i get time outs.. which is strange cause this is directly connected to it via ethernet cable.
We have bought four Cisco 3750X-24 Switches with IP Base license for 2 offices (2 switches at each office). The offices are connected with 1 fiber pair and 2 CWDM units. We have 6 CWDM SFP (2x 1470nm, 2x 1490nm and 2x 1510nm). All the switches are up and running with 1 problem: the SFP's in the SFP+ position didn't work.
Only the gigabit port 1/1/1 and 1/1/3 are connected. Gigabit 1/1/2 stay disconnected. I already did some test with other SFP's and labels. Do I need to disable the ten gig ports in the configuration?
How to get vlans working properly between sub-interfaces on a ASA and a trunk port on a switch.There seems to be issue with the VLAN's being assigned to the correct VLAN and this information being properly sent to the ASA over the trunk.
We seem to be unable to ping most of the interfaces except for one on the switch. Sometimes if we are lucky we are able to ping a host on a different vlan that is on the switch. This seems sparadic at best.
Logs on the ASA show traffic does not seem to be assigned properly to the correct sub interface. We have access rules on the ASA disallowing traffic not part of the same vlan. For example you will see networkA blocked on networkB when it really should be directed through networkA's sub interface.
Any example commands for the ASA and Switch for at least the basic requirements to enable all the VLAN's to communicate properly with the ASA?
It seems I have seen this before (and even done it once a few years ago).. but it has been a while. I have a stack with a Cisco 3750 stack that I have to replace a member.The replacement switch is a 3750X.
I think I have to upgrade the IOS of the older switch to be the same as the 3750X.
Current switch: WS-C3750G-48TS 12.2(46)SE TO BE ADDED WS-c3570X-48 15.0 (1)SE2
It seems to me there was a way to upgrade the older switch IOS from the newer switch or downgrade the newer switch with the older IOS.I dont have the Cisco account to download updated IOSs.
We purchased a number of 3750X 48 and 24 port switches for the College Campus. Am finally getting around to getting them inserted on the network. Working with a WS-3750X-48PF-S and a WS-3750X-24P-L. Have them stacked with the 10Gb uplink on the 48 port switch. Have not been having fun.In the boot sequence, the switches recognize they are stacked, but as soon as they finish boot, I get the message on the 48 port switch: “Stack Port 1 Switch 1 has changed to state down.” Then “Stack Port 2 Switch1 has changed to state down.” Am noticing that I have a message preceding that: “Major version mismatch with stack neighbor.”The 48 port is running c3750e-universalk9-mz.150-1.SE3, HBOOT 12.2(53r)SE2.The 24 port is running c3750e-unversalk9-mz.122-55.SE3, HBOOT 12.2(53r)SE2Most of our 3750X and older switches are running 122-55 or 122.58 code. IP base or Universal. There is speculation that the problem is the 24 Port is Lan base, as the part number might indicate. (WS-C3750X-24-P-L.... I think that is the part number) and the 48 is IP base. Both switches are Universal, and my understanding is that they don't care about LAN or IP Base until you enable a function that falls in the IP Base domain. Then I have to call Cisco Licensing.For these switches, LAN Base is fine, based on the boot message, I feel the real problem is 122-55 versus 150-1 in the stack. So.. the question is: Do I downgrade the 48 port to match what we have in our environment, and what is on the 24 port switch. Or... Upgrade the 24 port switch to match the 48 port switch and have an installation that is not consistent with our environment? I do have two more edge closets to install with this purchase of 3750X 48 port switches.
I have a 3750X 24 port switch (with NM-1G network module) running IOS 15.0(1). Is there any benefit or reason to plug in the included Stack Wise cable and loop it back to itself in a single switch installation?
I don't see any recommendation in the documentation. The data sheet indicates a single switch is a non-blocking device so I'd think there's no bandwidth advantage like there is when connecting an actual multi-switch stack and needing to close the loop for the full 32 Gbps stack bandwidth.
About an hour ago I had the master switch on one of my 3750x (WS-C3750X-48PF-S) stacks crash. The only two items we've found that could have caused this issue are the roughly 1.3 million big buffer misses and several of the following in the syslog
SLT:WARN:No exporter configured for smartlog! I do not have smartlogging turned on, nor is there a netflow exporter configured
sh logging smartlogsmartlog is disabledsmartlog exporter:smartlog pkt length: 64 Total pkts processed: 0Total DHCP Snooping pkts processed: 0Total DAI pkts processed: 0Total IPSG pkts processed: 0Total ACL pkts processed: 0
I did not see any traffic spikes prior to the crash.
This stack has been stable since it's last IOS upgrade from 12.2(58)SE1 to 12.2(58)SE2 back in October 2011 so this has me a little worried.
I've 3750X switch that isn't loading email. then I went to rommon mode and accidently for "format flash". after that I loaded 15.0 SE2 s/w on it using tftp server but it doesn't boot up with that image. flash had only .bin file after I loaded it from tftp server.
since it wasn't booting up, I did format flash again and thought to load image again from tftp server but now, it doesn't load image from tftp server.
I have a 3750X four-switch stack acting as the core of a fairly simple LAN. All I need to achieve (and this seems inordinately hard, but it is entirely likely that I'm just being dense) is to get access to the internet through my core switch, through the firewall and out through my VSAT. I've spoken at some length with the firewall providers (Cyberoam) and they tell me all I need to do when I migrate onto my new system (Cyberoam is currently in place at the entrance to our existing LAN) is change the local IP address of the Firewall, plug in the new switch to the LAN port, and away I go. Tried that, didn't work, so obviously I'm missing something.
I am looking for a way to bind between a switch interface (cat 3750X) and a DHCP server reply.The switch can operate as the DHCP server .a PC connected to interface Gi 1/0/1 will lways get IP address 10.0.0.1 because it is connected to interface Gi 1/0/1, a PC connected to interface Gi 1/0/5 will lways get IP address 10.0.0.5 because it is connected to interface Gi 1/0/5 and so on... (no matter the source MAC address who sends the DHCP request).
i am seeing very high utilization on a random basis on the stack. and the logs indicate me that there is a pattern where there is a stack power cable shows inserted (which was never unplugged) followed by sudden spike in the utilization.
001018: *Mar 6 16:21:22.138: %PLATFORM_STACKPOWER-6-CABLE_EVENT: Switch 4 stack power cable 1 inserted 001019: *Mar 6 18:18:37.982: %SYS-1-CPURISINGTHRESHOLD: Threshold: Total CPU
I work at a hospital and we have 3750X-48P switches in stacks in various locations throughout the hospital. We have noticed that when an EKG machine is plugged into one of the ports on some of these switches and the EKG machines are set manually to 100/Full, the ports are no longer usable until the switch is restarted. The switch is configured for auto. If the EKG machine is set to auto, it will work and not cause problems. The link on the interface will show up/up and there will be output packets increasing. However, there will be no inputs on the link and the port is unusable. Unfortunately, even when the device is removed, the port becomes unusable for any device. Is there any way to fix this problem without rebooting the switch?
I have a LIII Switch Cisco 3750x ,with diffrent Vlans , Some users are in Vlan 102 (10.10.2.0) and Some Users are in Vlan1 (10.10.1.0) , now i want to restrict the Vlan102 users to access Vlan1 , i am pasting my configuration below , how to create a access list .
interface Vlan1 ip address 10.10.1.36 255.255.255.0 ip helper-address 10.10.1.36
In my environment we have 3750x switches running ios 15.0 (1) SE2. We have port security mac address sticky configured on all our switch ports. I noticed that we have several interfaces (on different switches) that are up but have not captured the MAC address from the workstation. Here is one example:
I want to limit the bandwidth going to remote site on the switch connecting to our netapp.We have a 4 port channel group setup on our 3750x switch going to our netapp storage. We have a Wan 100mb link to our remote site and we want only 60MBs of that link to be used for Netapp traffic all other local traffic needs to use the full amount of the bandwidth to the netapp.
Is possible to allocate bandwidth in this way and how would I go about this? We dont have access to the routers for the link and they plug directly into a port on our cisco.
I have a 3750x 48port POE switch that I installed a second power supply in. But it doesnt power on. Am I supposed to enable it in the switch somewhere? I've plugged it into a couple different outlets so I know that's not the problem.