When I session # into the router blade on a 4006 and create a vlan interface and give it an IP, I can ping it immediately . . . so I think I'm missing something here.
And when I try to make port channels, such as
I get an error. It only allows me to make a port channel as a whole number, for example 41, but on the 4006 blade, I can make port-channels with 1.41, 1.100, 1.241, etc. etc.
I'm having a hard time finding documentation on the 4515 that explains how to make a pingable virtual lan interface, or that deals with port channels aside from the regular command reference info, but that doesn't help me much.
Well, I did read over the documentation there, but I found it sparse in terms of explaining really how ip addresses attached to vlan interfaces function. In any case, I figured I probably just needed to add ports to the vlans and connect the ports to something, so I threw in an LX/LH gbic, setup the trunk options on the port, then attached it to a 3524 switch, and it all started working. Now I have the routing setup, and the 4506 completely configured and ready to install as soon as the fiber is ready in the new building (hah).
I guess I should have tried that sooner, I just thought you could ping vlan interfaces without having any real hardware there to begin with, my mistake !
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