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DVAN + VMPS - help!

Hi!

I have a problem with subj on Catalyst 5505 without

UPLINK module.

If connect computer with MAC 0060.08C8.498F and ip 1.8.7.214 to ports 2/24 èëè 3/24 then ...nothing

Console> (enable) sh vmps mac

MAC Address VLAN Name Last Requestor Port ID Last Accessed Last Response

----------------- --------- --------------- ------- ------------- -------------

00-60-08-c8-49-8f DV1 0.0.0.0 0,00:00:00 Success

Console> (enable)

Configs and other:

------------------------

Console> (enable) sh ver

WS-C5505 Software, Version McpSW: 6.4(4) NmpSW: 6.4(4)

Copyright (c) 1995-2003 by Cisco Systems

NMP S/W compiled on Jun 3 2003, 23:48:21

MCP S/W compiled on Jun 03 2003, 23:43:25

System Bootstrap Version: 3.1.2

Hardware Version: 1.0 Model: WS-C5505 Serial #: 066536104

Mod Port Model Serial # Versions

--- ---- ---------- --------- ----------------------------------------

1 0 WS-X5530 006807147 Hw : 1.5

Fw : 3.1.2

Fw1: 3.1(2)

Sw : 6.4(4)

WS-F5520 007617024 Hw : 1.0

2 24 WS-X5224 010094435 Hw : 1.4

Fw : 3.1(1)

Sw : 6.4(4)

3 24 WS-X5224 010921869 Hw : 1.4

Fw : 3.1(1)

Sw : 6.4(4)

4 24 WS-X5224 008170018 Hw : 1.3

Console> (enable)

onsole> (enable) sh config

begin

!

# ***** NON-DEFAULT CONFIGURATION *****

!

!

#time: Fri Dec 5 2003, 10:45:35

!

#version 6.4(4)

!

set option fddi-user-pri enabled

set config mode text nvram

!

#frame distribution method

set port channel all distribution mac both

!

#vtp

set vtp domain TMP1

!

#ip

set interface sc0 2 1.8.7.221/255.255.255.240 1.8.7.223

set ip route 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 10.10.10.1

set ip alias default 0.0.0.0

!

#vmps

set vmps server 1.8.7.221 primary

set vmps downloadserver 1.8.7.211 vmps.db

set vmps state enable

!

# default port status is enable

!

!

#module 1 : 0-port Supervisor III

!

#module 2 : 24-port 10/100BaseTX Ethernet

set vlan 2 2/2-5,2/7-12

set vlan 3 2/6

set vlan 8 2/13

set vlan 9 2/14

set vlan 10 2/15

set vlan 11 2/16

set vlan 12 2/17

set vlan 14 2/18

set vlan 15 2/19

set vlan 20 2/20

set vlan 21 2/21

set vlan 22 2/22

set vlan 23 2/23

set port speed 2/24 100

set port duplex 2/24 full

set port membership 2/24 dynamic

set spantree portfast 2/24 enable

!

#module 3 : 24-port 10/100BaseTX Ethernet

set port membership 3/24 dynamic

set spantree portfast 3/24 enable

!

#module 4 : 24-port 10/100BaseTX Ethernet

!

#module 5 empty

end

Console> (enable)

vmps.db contents

------------------------------

!VMPS File Format, version 1.1

! Always begin the configuration file with

! the word "VMPS"

!

!vmps domain <domain-name>

! The VMPS domain must be defined.

!vmps mode {open | secure}

! The default mode is open.

!vmps fallback <vlan-name>

!vmps no-domain-req { allow | deny }

!

! The default value is allow.

vmps domain DV

vmps mode open

vmps fallback default

vmps no-domain-req deny

!

!

!MAC Addresses

!

vmps-mac-addrs

!

! address <addr> vlan-name <vlan_name>

!

address 0060.08C8.498F vlan-name DV1

!

!Port Groups

!

!vmps-port-group <group-name>

! device <device-id> { port <port-name> | all-ports }

!

vmps-port-group DV1pg

device 1.8.7.214 port 2/24

device 1.8.7.214 port 3/24

!

!

!VLAN groups

!

!vmps-vlan-group <group-name>

! vlan-name <vlan-name>

!

vmps-vlan-group DV1vg

vlan-name DV1

!

!

!VLAN port Policies

!

!vmps-port-policies {vlan-name <vlan_name> | vlan-group <group-name> }

! { port-group <group-name> | device <device-id> port <port-name> }

!

vmps-port-policies vlan-group DV1vg

port-group DV1pg

------------------------

TFTP Server - Cisco Tftp Server - i see in log

following records:

Thu Dec 04 19:03:50 2003: Sending 'vmps.db' file to 1.8.7.221 in binary mode

Thu Dec 04 19:03:50 2003: Successful.

Then in 5505 console

Console> (enable) 2003 Dec 04 15:51:52 %VMPS-2-PARSEMSG:PARSER: 54 lines parsed, Errors 0

VMPS configuration file downloaded.

I think that DB is loaded but not work - WHY ?

Help me, plz

Evgen

3 REPLIES
Bronze

Re: DVAN + VMPS - help!

Try removing all the port-group and port-policies stuff and see if it works then. The port-group appears to be wrong: the line "device 1.8.7.214 port 3/24" specifies the IP of the host when it should specify the IP of the switch. The switch is the device: the "device y port x" command tells VMPS to associate the port-group with port x on device (switch) y.

New Member

Re: DVAN + VMPS - help!

I try, but nothing....

!VMPS File Format, version 1.1

! Always begin the configuration file with

! the word "VMPS"

!

!vmps domain

! The VMPS domain must be defined.

!vmps mode {open | secure}

! The default mode is open.

!vmps fallback

!vmps no-domain-req { allow | deny }

!

! The default value is allow.

vmps domain DV

vmps mode open

vmps fallback default

vmps no-domain-req allow

!

!

!MAC Addresses

!

vmps-mac-addrs

!

! address vlan-name

!

address 0060.08c8.498f vlan-name DV1

!

and try

!VMPS File Format, version 1.1

! Always begin the configuration file with

! the word "VMPS"

!

!vmps domain

! The VMPS domain must be defined.

!vmps mode {open | secure}

! The default mode is open.

!vmps fallback

!vmps no-domain-req { allow | deny }

!

! The default value is allow.

vmps domain DV

vmps mode open

vmps fallback default

vmps no-domain-req deny

!

!

!MAC Addresses

!

vmps-mac-addrs

!

! address vlan-name

!

address 0060.08C8.498F vlan-name DV1

!

!Port Groups

!

!vmps-port-group

! device { port | all-ports }

!

vmps-port-group DV1pg

device 1.8.7.221 port 2/24

device 1.8.7.221 port 3/24

!

!

!VLAN groups

!

!vmps-vlan-group

! vlan-name

!

vmps-vlan-group DV1vg

vlan-name DV1

!

!

!VLAN port Policies

!

!vmps-port-policies {vlan-name | vlan-group }

! { port-group | device port }

!

vmps-port-policies vlan-group DV1vg

port-group DV1pg

nothing too....

Plz mail me functioning

config and vmps db

My mail kneg@mail.ru

Thank you!

New Member

Re: DVAN + VMPS - help!

Its ELEMENTary, My Dear Watson

VMPS domain name must be the same as the VTP domain of the network.

It working well now - thanks for all!

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