I am wondering if anyone is able to assist with getting 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.
I'm wondering if anyone can give 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?
Hope I'm making sense here. If not please let me know.
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