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Author Topic: Need help Trunk & VLAN with DGS-1100-08  (Read 2410 times)

omidi

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Need help Trunk & VLAN with DGS-1100-08
« on: September 03, 2017, 04:03:47 AM »

Hi. I try to make a trunk link between a DGS-1100-08 (H/W ver: B1) and an SMC TigerSwitch SMC8024L2 http://www.smc-australia.com.au/SMC8024L2.
The smc switch support Trunk and LACP with simple settings but I dont know how get it work with DGS-1100-08.
My goal is to have access to 3 different VLAN on both switch. Also I have 2 cable between this 2 switch and try to make an aggregation link between switches.

these are screenshot of smc config pages in case it help.




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Re: Need help Trunk & VLAN with DGS-1100-08
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2017, 10:45:53 AM »

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Is there any information in the user manual about this for the DGS?
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Re: Need help Trunk & VLAN with DGS-1100-08
« Reply #2 on: September 07, 2017, 05:06:52 PM »

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Is there any information in the user manual about this for the DGS?

According to this manual:

  • VLANs, see pages 24ff
  • Link aggregation, see page 32

Looks like LACP isn't supported, hence you have to configure a static LAG.

The VLAN configuration for any port that is a member of the LAG must be identical! Just configure any port of the LAG to be a tagged member of any of the three desired VLANs. Set the PVID value of any LAG member port to a dummy VLAN that is different from any of the three VLANs (PVID doesn't matter here, because there is no untagged ingress traffic to the LAG member ports).

For VLANs use 802.1Q and don't activate "Port-Based VLAN"

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