We've got a switch setup with vlans on each ethernet port. We're isolating traffic where we do not want one user to have access to another user's network; however, all upstream (internet bound) traffic goes out of one ethernet port (fa0/1). So here is a snipit of the config:
description Uplink for Internet traffic
switchport multi vlan 1-24
switchport mode multi
switchport access vlan 2
switchport access vlan 3
switchport access vlan 24
ip address 192.168.255.2 255.255.255.240
no ip directed-broadcast
no ip route-cache
This vlan config seems to be working. The trouble now is trying to setup MRTG on this switch. We do not have access to this switch. We cannot telnet to it via the ip address specified in int VLAN1.
Re: Trying to setup mrtg on cat2924 config with vlans
have you tried to put one port on the switch to VLAN1, connect a PC to this port and Telnet to 192.168.255.2?
If this works, the problem might be:
1) Some switches consider a VLAN to be down unless there is at least one active port in it. So check if VLAN1 is active on the switch while trying to Telnet.
2) There might be a problem to connect via multi vlan port to the management port. I've never tried it. I always use trunks for this purpose. But you can't use trunks and multi vlan ports at the same time, I'm afraid.
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