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Author Topic: DES-3200-28P Configuration help  (Read 6610 times)

Jeff5369

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DES-3200-28P Configuration help
« on: April 26, 2014, 08:52:11 PM »

I need some help
I spoke with a sales engineer extensively about this. He assured me that this switch would work for me.
It has some Layer 3 routing features, but is labeled a layer 2 switch and the more I read about this the more I question if it is possible with these 2 switches.

I have what I hope is a good desciption of what I want to do and how I want to do it.
I am open to suggestions if there is a logical reason to change the configuration if needed.

I have just purchased 2 DES-3200-28P switches to install for a new telephone system.

Switch 1 ports 1-24 VLAN50 (All untagged?)
Switch 2 ports 1-24 VLAN50 (All untagged?)
These are all 100Mb ports all will be voice

Switch 1 and Switch 2 port 25 will be used to link the switches (these 2 ports tagged?)
Switch 1 port 26 will be connected to the phone system 'brain' (NEC-SV8100)

Switch 1 port 27 will be used to mirror, what I want to mirror is the voice ports on both switches
I guess the only way I can accomplish this is to mirror ports 1-25 (25=uplink) on switch 1.
The intent of the mirror port is for a call recording solution.

Switch 1 port 28 will be used to connect to our existing network.
I guess this would be it's own VLAN say VLAN10 and the port would need to be tagged?
I need to assign a static IP of 10.0.1.6 to it so I can set a static route on my existing router.
The phone VLAN50 I plan to have on 10.0.10.0/24

Can someone straighten me out?

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lystor

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Re: DES-3200-28P Configuration help
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2014, 01:11:53 AM »

Hi, Jeff5369

It has some Layer 3 routing features, but is labeled a layer 2 switch and the more I read about this the more I question if it is possible with these 2 switches.
I have ~500 DES-3200 switches and they are good switches.
DES-3200 is not L3 routing switch. It is L2 switch with L3 filtering features.

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Switch 1 port 27 will be used to mirror, what I want to mirror is the voice ports on both switches
I guess the only way I can accomplish this is to mirror ports 1-25 (25=uplink) on switch 1.
The intent of the mirror port is for a call recording solution.

Port Mirrors feature works just fine on DES-3200.

See manuals how to configure this feature.

D-Link DES-3200-28P Web UI Reference Guide ->Port Mirror Settings:
http://dlink-manuals.org/dlink-des-3200-web-ui-reference-guide-4.04/285/

D-Link DES-3200-28P CLI Reference Manual -> Mirror Command List:
http://dlink-manuals.org/dlink-des-3200-cli-reference-manual-4.04/397/

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Switch 1 port 28 will be used to connect to our existing network.
I guess this would be it's own VLAN say VLAN10 and the port would need to be tagged?
I need to assign a static IP of 10.0.1.6 to it so I can set a static route on my existing router.
The phone VLAN50 I plan to have on 10.0.10.0/24

All OK.

Your configuration is quite simple:

Code: [Select]
Switch 1:
* port 1-24 (phones) - untagged vlan 50
* port 25 (switch2) - tagged vlan 10, 50; pvid: 10
* port 26 (pbx) - untagged vlan 50
* port 27 (mirror) - vlan 1 (default)
* port 28 (L3 router) - tagged vlan 10, 50; pvid: 10

Switch2:
* port 1-24 (phones) - untagged vlan 50
* port 25 (switch1) - tagged vlan 10, 50; pvid: 10


D-Link DES-3200-28P Web UI Reference Guide -> 802.1Q VLAN:
http://dlink-manuals.org/dlink-des-3200-web-ui-reference-guide-4.04/65/

D-Link DES-3200-28P CLI Reference Manual -> 802.1Q VLAN Command List:
http://dlink-manuals.org/dlink-des-3200-cli-reference-manual-4.04/26/


Your L3 router must have two L3 interfaces:
Code: [Select]
1) VLAN 10 10.0.1.XXX/24
2) VLAN 50 10.0.10.XXX/24

« Last Edit: May 06, 2014, 01:30:23 AM by lystor »
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