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FastIron: many vlans
I need to set up ports with 400+ vlans. Is there some way to set this without
manually defining every vlan one at a time?

vlan 200 by port
tagged ethe 1 to 4
!

vlan 201 by port
tagged ethe 1 to 4
!

vlan 202 by port
tagged ethe 1 to 4
!

Blah...

~Randy

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Re: FastIron: many vlans [ In reply to ]
On 10/6/2011 9:16 AM, Randy McAnally wrote:
> I need to set up ports with 400+ vlans. Is there some way to set this without
> manually defining every vlan one at a time?
>
> vlan 200 by port
> tagged ethe 1 to 4
> !
>
> vlan 201 by port
> tagged ethe 1 to 4
> !
>
> vlan 202 by port
> tagged ethe 1 to 4
> !
>
> Blah...
>
> ~Randy
>

VLAN Groups...

vlan-group 1
add-vlan 200 to 600
tagged ethe 1 to 4

/Eric
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Re: FastIron: many vlans [ In reply to ]
I don't know but you could always use perl:

perl -e 'for (200..400) { print "vlan $_ by port\n tagged ethe 1 to
4\n!\n\n"; }'

>j.


On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 7:16 AM, Randy McAnally <rsm@fast-serv.com> wrote:

> I need to set up ports with 400+ vlans. Is there some way to set this
> without
> manually defining every vlan one at a time?
>
> vlan 200 by port
> tagged ethe 1 to 4
> !
>
> vlan 201 by port
> tagged ethe 1 to 4
> !
>
> vlan 202 by port
> tagged ethe 1 to 4
> !
>
> Blah...
>
> ~Randy
>
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Re: FastIron: many vlans [ In reply to ]
How about using a vlan-group:

vlan-group 1
add-vlan 200-600
tagged ethe 1 to 4


--
Ronald Voermans
Global-e Datacenter

Op 6 okt. 2011, om 16:40 heeft Jay Reitz het volgende geschreven:

I don't know but you could always use perl:

perl -e 'for (200..400) { print "vlan $_ by port\n tagged ethe 1 to 4\n!\n\n"; }'

>j.


On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 7:16 AM, Randy McAnally <rsm@fast-serv.com<mailto:rsm@fast-serv.com>> wrote:
I need to set up ports with 400+ vlans. Is there some way to set this without
manually defining every vlan one at a time?

vlan 200 by port
tagged ethe 1 to 4
!

vlan 201 by port
tagged ethe 1 to 4
!

vlan 202 by port
tagged ethe 1 to 4
!

Blah...

~Randy

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Re: FastIron: many vlans [ In reply to ]
On Thu, 6 Oct 2011 07:40:13 -0700, Jay Reitz wrote
> I don't know but you could always use perl:
>
> perl -e 'for (200..400) { print "vlan $_ by port\n tagged ethe 1 to 4\n!\n\n"; }' 

Uhg, I know, was just hoping for something in the CLI I was missing like:

> int eth 1 to 24  <--- works

> vlan 200 to 600 <--- no worky

~Randy
Re: FastIron: many vlans [ In reply to ]
On Oct 6, 2011, at 4:56 PM, Randy McAnally wrote:

> On Thu, 6 Oct 2011 07:40:13 -0700, Jay Reitz wrote
> > I don't know but you could always use perl:
> >
> > perl -e 'for (200..400) { print "vlan $_ by port\n tagged ethe 1 to 4\n!\n\n"; }'
>
> Uhg, I know, was just hoping for something in the CLI I was missing like:
>
> > int eth 1 to 24 <--- works
>
> > vlan 200 to 600 <--- no worky

how about:
vlan-group 1 vlan 200 to 400
tag e 1 to 4

Confirmed on TurboIron, not sure if it is an fastiron command.

Cheers,
Maarten
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Re: FastIron: many vlans [ In reply to ]
Bear in mind that when you need one of those VLANs to have a different characteristic(like tagged to different ports than the others, different spanning-tree priority, etc.) you're going to have to remove it from the group at that point. & re-define everything for that VLAN.

Jonathan Brashear
Brocade Resident Consultant, Americas BRCs, Advanced Services
jbrashea@brocade.com
www.brocade.com


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Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2011 10:12 AM
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Subject: Re: [f-nsp] FastIron: many vlans


On Oct 6, 2011, at 4:56 PM, Randy McAnally wrote:

> On Thu, 6 Oct 2011 07:40:13 -0700, Jay Reitz wrote
> > I don't know but you could always use perl:
> >
> > perl -e 'for (200..400) { print "vlan $_ by port\n tagged ethe 1 to 4\n!\n\n"; }'
>
> Uhg, I know, was just hoping for something in the CLI I was missing like:
>
> > int eth 1 to 24 <--- works
>
> > vlan 200 to 600 <--- no worky

how about:
vlan-group 1 vlan 200 to 400
tag e 1 to 4

Confirmed on TurboIron, not sure if it is an fastiron command.

Cheers,
Maarten
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Re: FastIron: many vlans [ In reply to ]
On Thu, 6 Oct 2011 17:11:36 +0200, Maarten Bollen | Atrato IP Networks wrote
> how about:
> vlan-group 1 vlan 200 to 400
> tag e 1 to 4
>
> Confirmed on TurboIron, not sure if it is an fastiron command.

The CLI accepts this command on my fastirons. Thanks guys, just what I needed!

~Randy

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Re: FastIron: many vlans [ In reply to ]
On Thu, 6 Oct 2011 12:03:14 -0400, Randy McAnally wrote
> On Thu, 6 Oct 2011 17:11:36 +0200, Maarten Bollen | Atrato IP
> Networks wrote
> > how about:
> > vlan-group 1 vlan 200 to 400
> > tag e 1 to 4
> >
> > Confirmed on TurboIron, not sure if it is an fastiron command.

Followup for the foundry experts... now that we have vlan group for the trunk
port, how to add an untagged port?

telnet@fesx(config)#vlan 303
error - L2 vlan 303 was already configured in vlan group 1

~Randy

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Re: FastIron: many vlans [ In reply to ]
I'm guessing that when you create a VLAN group, you are limited to
performing operations against the entire VLAN group. Ie: you tagged e 1 to
4 in the VLAN group.

An untagged port is something that can only be done on a single VLAN.
Chances are you'll have to remove vlan 303 from the vlan group, create it
individually, and then configure the ports appropriately (tagged and
untagged).

Jared Valentine
hidden@xmission.com



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Subject: Re: [f-nsp] FastIron: many vlans

On Thu, 6 Oct 2011 12:03:14 -0400, Randy McAnally wrote
> On Thu, 6 Oct 2011 17:11:36 +0200, Maarten Bollen | Atrato IP
> Networks wrote
> > how about:
> > vlan-group 1 vlan 200 to 400
> > tag e 1 to 4
> >
> > Confirmed on TurboIron, not sure if it is an fastiron command.

Followup for the foundry experts... now that we have vlan group for the
trunk
port, how to add an untagged port?

telnet@fesx(config)#vlan 303
error - L2 vlan 303 was already configured in vlan group 1

~Randy

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