Re: disable VLAN or full VLAN pass passthrough (184 Views)
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disable VLAN or full VLAN pass passthrough

Hi

 

Currently I use a HP Procurve 2610,

other switches might be possilbe

 

I have a VLAN-Trunk with more than 256 VLANs

and I did not need the VLAN funtionallity of the Switch.

 

Is it possilbe to deaktive VLAN-funktionallity

to simple forwarding the VLAN-Trunk?

 

 

bye

 Tim

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Re: disable VLAN or full VLAN pass passthrough

If you are using GVRP you can stop specific VLANs from being propagated.

if you are not using GVRP, then just don't tag the VLANs on the uplink/trunk ports.
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Re: disable VLAN or full VLAN pass passthrough

 

Hi

 

INFO:

On my Testing-Switch I did the following previosly:

 

HP-3800-48G-4SFP+(config)# max-vlans
 <16-2048>             Enter an integer number.

HP-3800-48G-4SFP+(config)# max-vlans 2048
-> then reboot

 

 

HP-3800-48G-4SFP+(config)# gvrp
Current VLAN limit exceeds GVRP's allowable 256 limit.

so I think gvrp will not work?!?

 

Tomorrow I will try to set all ports to untagged.

 

bye

 Tim

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Re: disable VLAN or full VLAN pass passthrough

 

Hi

 

I cleaned up the vlan config

and set all ports to untagged.

 

vlan 1
   name "DEFAULT_VLAN"
   untagged 1-52
   no ip address
   exit

no tagged frames pass the switch!

 

any further ideas?

 

bye

 Tim

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Re: disable VLAN or full VLAN pass passthrough

If you only have a single (untagged) VLAN, then the switch will only process untagged packets. If you want it to process tagged packets, you will need to tag them on the trunk port. 

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