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no int vlan command in fwsm?

Hi,

I can't issue this command,

FWSM(config)# int vlan 100

Unknown interface vlan.

Any ideas why?

Thanks,

vnt

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Re: no int vlan command in fwsm?

Vnt

Have you allocated this vlan (100) to the FWSM eg. something like this should be in your 6500 config

firewall vlan-group 1 100

firewall module vlan-group 1

If you have done this what context mode are you running in on the FWSM ie. single or multiple context ?

Jon

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Re: no int vlan command in fwsm?

Yes. I did allocate the vlan.

I am running in single context.

I also just cleared the fwsm.

vnt

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Re: no int vlan command in fwsm?

Has vlan 100 been created on the L2 switch ie.

sh vlan

Can you post the ouptut of

sh run

sh module

sh vlan

all from the 6500 switch

Jon

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Re: no int vlan command in fwsm?

See attachment

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Re: no int vlan command in fwsm?

New Member

Re: no int vlan command in fwsm?

Thanks.

I can't create vlans on the fwsm.

How can I upgrade the fwsm code?

Any sugguestions?

Regards,

vnt

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Re: no int vlan command in fwsm?

Vnt

You will need a Cisco account that allows OS downloads but as you are with IBM i'm assuming you have or can get that privilege -

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/cat6000-fwsm

The above is a link to the FWSM software. Note that if you upgrade to 3.x version then the config will change as 3.x is equivalent to 7.x Pix/ASA code whereas 2.x is equivalent to Pix 6.x code so you could downgrade if you wanted.

Jon

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