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  • 1.  Procurve to Juniper ping issue

    Posted 08-17-2017 08:55

    Hi Everyone.

     

    Equipment: Procurve 5406, Ex4300, and ex2200 ->Device (10.4.10.1).

     

    I'm having problems with the 5406 (Core) pinging a device on the 2200. 2200 can ping the device. 4300 & Core cannot.

     

    Layout looks like this: 5406 -> 4300 ->2200

     

    Looking at this, I think the issue might be the members all config on the 4300. But I do have other devices on the 2200 that work without an issue, just on a different vlan (212).

     

    Maybe a routing issue?

     

    Thanks in advanced.

     

    5406 Config:

    trunk C21 trk17 trunk <----- Link to 4300

    vlan 4

       name "LES Data"

       tagged Trk17

       ip address 10.4.0.1 255.255.0.0

       ip helper-address 10.2.1.4

       ip helper-address 10.2.1.5

       ip helper-address 10.2.1.7

       ip helper-address 10.2.1.17

       ip helper-address 10.2.1.21

       ip igmp

       exit

    spanning-tree Trk17 priority 4

     

    Ex400 Config:

    interface-range Default {

            member xe-0/2/0; <----- LInk to 5406

            member ge-1/0/23;

            member ge-2/0/47; <-------- Link to EX2200

            member-range ge-4/0/22 to ge-4/0/23;

            member-range ge-6/0/22 to ge-6/0/23;

            description "Default Network";

            native-vlan-id 1;

            unit 0 {

                family ethernet-switching {

                    interface-mode trunk;

                    vlan {

                        members all; <----------- I assume this will work....

                    }

                }

            }

        }

     

            unit 4 {

                description "LES Data";

                family inet {

                    address 10.4.1.3/16;

                }

            }

        vlan4 {

            description "LES Data";

            vlan-id 4;                      

            l3-interface irb.4;

        }

     

    EX2200 Config:

    interfaces {

        interface-range LES_Data {

            member-range ge-0/0/14 to ge-0/0/47;

            member-range ge-1/0/14 to ge-1/0/47;

            member-range ge-2/0/14 to ge-2/0/47;

            description "LES Data";

            unit 0 {

                family ethernet-switching {

                    port-mode access;

                    vlan {

                        members vlan4;

                    }

                }

            }

        }

        ge-0/1/3 { <--------Link to 4300

            ether-options {

                802.3ad ae0;

            }

        }

     

        ae0 {

            description "Default Network";

            aggregated-ether-options {

                minimum-links 2;

                link-speed 1g;

            }

            unit 0 {

                family ethernet-switching {

                    port-mode trunk;

                    vlan {

                        members all;

                    }

                    native-vlan-id 1;

                }

            }                               

        }

            unit 4 {

                description "LES Data";

                family inet {

                    address 10.4.1.21/16;

                }

            }

        vlan4 {

            description "LES Data";

            vlan-id 4;

            l3-interface vlan.4;



  • 2.  RE: Procurve to Juniper ping issue
    Best Answer

     
    Posted 08-18-2017 03:03

    The link on the ex2200 is an AE interface with a minimum links of 2.

    What is the second physical link?

    Is ae0 up/up?

    show interface terse ae0

    ae0 {
            description "Default Network";
            aggregated-ether-options {
                minimum-links 2;
                link-speed 1g;
            }


  • 3.  RE: Procurve to Juniper ping issue

    Posted 08-18-2017 07:12

    Yes that solved this problem. I kinda forgot I unplugged it...

     

    But I unplugged it do some troubleshooting for devices with sporadic ping issues.

     

    But that's a discussion for another thread.

     

    Thanks for the help!