I'm new to Cisco switches, but have been trying to configure a SG300-28 (latest firmware and L3) to support my SCVMM/Hyper-V servers. I've created 4 Vlans for CSV, LM, BE (Storage) and FE (Front End). most of these ports are set as trunks so that the virtual switch on the Hyper-V server can use virtual network cards. Which are configured for each vlan.
I'm working with 2 things (Cisco and virtual switch) that could be wrong, so I'm trying at least get the cisco element checked to make sure I've not done anything stupid. Can anyone see anything in the below that would stop communication between the vlans?
Also if anyone has configured ports for Hyper-V servers, can you see anything I;ve missed?
Introduction:Topology Diagram:Configuration Overview:Related
Information: Introduction: This document describes how to connect SG300
with Catalyst switch via STP. Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) is a Layer 2
protocol that runs on mainly on switches. The spec...
The Sx500 Series Stackable Switches offers different port features. You
can add security to a port, make the port more energy efficient, map a
VLAN to a port, make a port available or not to a specific network
portion, and so forth. The next set of articl...
Recently, HP Networking published a blog post attempting to counter the
favorable third party Miercom report on our Cisco® 200 and 300 Series
Smart and Managed switches: