I require to change interfaces that are in VLAN 10 to VLAN 280,
but when I switch vlan i lose connectivity between servers.
even change the server address to a new segment to the vlan 280. but nothing.
What do I need? or should I reconfigure?
# SHow RUnning-config
version 4.1(3)N2(1a) no feature telnet no telnet server enable feature tacacs+ cfs eth distribute feature udld feature interface-vlan feature lacp feature vpc vpc domain 10 role priority 1 peer-keepalive destination 22.214.171.124 feature fex
role name default-role description This is a system defined role and applies to all users. username admin password 5 $1$fY90Voca$9/fvGrZC/yLYHP5mHtwkD/ role network-admin username nextira password 5 $1$gYtiwF.T$AQV2mtuWr/LuVmbWim.JH/ role network-adm in no password strength-check ip domain-lookup ip domain-name tlcomm.com
ip host NEXUS_A 126.96.36.199 aaa group server tacacs+ tacacs hostname NEXUS_A class-map type qos jumbomtu policy-map type qos jumbomtu policy-map type network-qos jumbo policy-map type network-qos jumbomtu class type network-qos class-default mtu 9216 system qos service-policy type network-qos jumbomtu fex 110 pinning max-links 1 description NEXUS2K_110 type "Nexus 2148T" fex 111 pinning max-links 1 description NEXUS2K_111 type "Nexus 2148T" fex 112 pinning max-links 1 description NEXUS2K_112
type "Nexus 2148T" fex 113 pinning max-links 1 description NEXUS2K_113 type "Nexus 2148T" fex 114 pinning max-links 1 description NEXUS2K_114 type "Nexus 2148T" fex 115 pinning max-links 1 description NEXUS2K_115 type "Nexus 2148T" snmp-server user admin network-admin auth md5 0xda56df7a586c74ce2638690f561fccd2 priv 0xda56df7a586c74ce2638690f561fccd2 localizedkey snmp-server user nextira network-admin auth md5 0x8785744f5044febb932a618ec301be 36 priv 0x8785744f5044febb932a618ec301be36 localizedkey snmp-server host 10.0.10.19 traps version 2c public udp-port 1163 snmp-server host 10.0.10.19 traps version 2c public udp-port 1165
vrf context management vlan 1,10
vlan 130 name Produccion vlan 140 name Administracion vlan 280 name DELL_6248 vlan 290 name REDRESPADO vlan 315 name Almacenamiento vlan 325 name Admin_Virtual_I spanning-tree vlan 280 priority 24576
interface Vlan10 no shutdown ip address 188.8.131.52/16
ip address 172.20.20.25/24
interface Vlan290 no shutdown description REDRESPALDO ip address 184.108.40.206/16
interface port-channel1 description VPC_NEXUS_B switchport mode trunk vpc peer-link spanning-tree port type network speed 10000
I'm not sure if I understand the full picture of what you're trying to do.
I note in your config that on this N5K, you have an SVI configured for VLAN 10 but not for VLAN 280. Where is the routing occuring for the subnets in these VLANs?
Also I note that you are trunking two VLAN's towards a VSS pair, but not VLAN 10 or 280. Again, not really sure where your L3 boundary is supposed to be.
Please explain your L3 topology a bit further and that may help shed light on where your issue is.
If your L3 config/routing is all set up properly somewhere upstream (and the trunk is omitted from this config) -- then theoretically you should be able to change the IP Address of the server from the old subnet on VLAN10 to the new one on VLAN280 (at this point you lose connectivity to server), then change the access VLAN, and the server should be reachable on new IP. If this is the process you're trying to do, keep in mind you will take a service outage per server, as you need to coordinate the IP address change and the VLAN change. Also, keep in mind an SVI will stay down until there is an active port or trunk with it configured. You may need to wait a few seconds for the SVI to come up as well.
Hope this provides some help -- and I hope I will be able to give more concise answers once I better understand your L2/L3 topology.
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