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Unformatted text preview: Configuration — VLANs and Spanning Tree Avaya Virtual Services Platform 9000 3.3 NN46250-500, 04.01 May 2012 © 2012 Avaya Inc. Copyright All Rights Reserved. Except where expressly stated otherwise, no use should be made of materials on this site, the Documentation, Software, or Hardware provided by Avaya. All content on this site, the documentation and the Product provided by Avaya including the selection, arrangement and design of the content is owned either by Avaya or its licensors and is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws including the sui generis rights relating to the protection of databases. You may not modify, copy, reproduce, republish, upload, post, transmit or distribute in any way any content, in whole or in part, including any code and software unless expressly authorized by Avaya. 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For additional support telephone numbers, see the Avaya Web site: . 2 Configuration — VLANs and Spanning Tree Comments? [email protected] May 2012 Contents Chapter 1: Purpose of the document................................................................................ 7 Chapter 2: New in this release........................................................................................... 9 Features.................................................................................................................................................... 9 Other changes........................................................................................................................................... 9 Chapter 3: VLAN fundamentals......................................................................................... 11 Port-based VLANs.................................................................................................................................... 11 Policy-based VLANs................................................................................................................................. 12 SPBM B-VLAN.......................................................................................................................................... 20 VLAN tagging and port types.................................................................................................................... 20 VLAN router interfaces.............................................................................................................................. 23 IP routing and VLANs................................................................................................................................ 23 VLAN implementation............................................................................................................................... 23 VLAN configuration rules.......................................................................................................................... 24 VLAN feature support................................................................................................................................ 25 Microsoft NLB clustering systems............................................................................................................. 25 VLAN MAC-layer filtering database and MAC security............................................................................. 29 Prevention of IP spoofing within a VLAN.................................................................................................. 30 VLAN loop detection and prevention........................................................................................................ 30 Chapter 4: VLAN configuration using ACLI...................................................................... 33 Creating a VLAN....................................................................................................................................... 33 Assigning an IP address to a VLAN.......................................................................................................... 36 Performing a general VLAN action........................................................................................................... 37 Configuring static MAC addresses for a VLAN......................................................................................... 39 Enabling global MAC security................................................................................................................... 40 Limiting MAC address learning................................................................................................................. 41 Configuring auto-learning and allowed MAC addresses........................................................................... 43 Adding or removing ports in a VLAN......................................................................................................... 46 Adding or removing source MAC addresses for a VLAN.......................................................................... 47 Configuring VLAN classification precedence............................................................................................ 47 Configuring NLB support........................................................................................................................... 49 Configuring a tagged port to discard untagged frames............................................................................. 50 Configuring SLPP...................................................................................................................................... 51 Configuring SLPP packet-rx on a port...................................................................................................... 52 Configuring SLPP packet-tx on a VLAN................................................................................................... 54 Viewing SLPP information......................................................................................................................... 56 Viewing SLPP information for a port......................................................................................................... 57 Configuring VLAN loop detection.............................................................................................................. 58 Configuring spoof detection...................................................................................................................... 60 Configuring multiple DSAP and SSAP...................................................................................................... 61 Viewing VLAN information........................................................................................................................ 62 Viewing brouter port information............................................................................................................... 64 Viewing VLAN port member status........................................................................................................... 64 Viewing VLAN source MAC addresses..................................................................................................... 66 Viewing VLAN forwarding database information....................................................................................... 67 Configuration — VLANs and Spanning Tree May 2012 3 Viewing manual edit MAC addresses....................................................................................................... 68 Viewing multicast MAC addresses............................................................................................................ 69 Viewing NLB-mode information................................................................................................................. 70 Viewing port-level MAC security............................................................................................................... 71 Chapter 5: VLAN configuration using EDM...................................................................... 73 Configuring the VLAN feature on a port.................................................................................................... 73 Viewing existing VLANs............................................................................................................................ 75 Viewing ports in the null VLAN.................................................................................................................. 75 Creating a port-based VLAN..................................................................................................................... 76 Configuring an IP address for a VLAN...................................................................................................... 80 Changing VLAN port membership............................................................................................................ 81 Creating a source IP subnet-based VLAN................................................................................................ 82 Creating a protocol-based VLAN.............................................................................................................. 83 Configuring user-defined protocol-based VLANs...................................................................................... 84 Configuring a source MAC address-based VLAN..................................................................................... 86 Configuring source MAC addresses for a source MAC-based VLAN....................................................... 87 Creating an SPBM B-VLAN...................................................................................................................... 88 Configuring advanced VLAN features....................................................................................................... 89 Configuring NLB support........................................................................................................................... 92 Configuring a port to accept tagged or untagged frames.......................................................................... 93 Configuring untagging default VLAN on a tagged port............................................................................. 94 Configuring SLPP globally........................................................................................................................ 94 Configuring the SLPP by VLAN................................................................................................................ 96 Configuring the SLPP by port................................................................................................................... 97 Configuring VLAN loop detection.............................................................................................................. 98 Configuring directed broadcast on a VLAN............................................................................................... 99 Configuring the forwarding database timeout........................................................................................... 100 Viewing VLAN forwarding database information....................................................................................... 101 Viewing the forwarding database for a specific VLAN.............................................................................. 102 Clearing learned MAC addresses by VLAN.............................................................................................. 103 Clearing learned MAC addresses for all VLANs by port........................................................................... 104 Configuring static forwarding..................................................................................................................... 104 Configuring static multicast for a bridge.................................................................................................... 105 Enabling global MAC security................................................................................................................... 106 Configuring multiple DSAPs and SSAPs.................................................................................................. 107 Enabling unknown MAC discard............................................................................................................... 107 Configuring MAC learning parameters...................................................................................................... 108 Configuring MAC address learning........................................................................................................... 110 Modifying auto-learned MAC addresses................................................................................................... 111 Configuring limit learning........................................................................................................................... 112 Chapter 6: Spanning tree fundamentals........................................................................... 115 Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol and Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol....................................................... 116 Chapter 7: Spanning Tree configuration using ACLI....................................................... 121 Configuring Spanning Tree....................................................................................................................... 121 Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol............................................................................................... 122 Configuring Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol for a port............................................................................... 123 Configuring the Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol version............................................................................ 125 4 Configuration — VLANs and Spanning Tree May 2012 Viewing the global RSTP configuration information.................................................................................. 125 Viewing RSTP statistics............................................................................................................................ 126 Viewing the RSTP status.......................................................................................................................... 126 Viewing the RSTP configuration information............................................................................................. 127 Viewing the RSTP status for a port........................................................................................................... 128 Viewing RSTP information for a selected port.......................................................................................... 129 Viewing the RSTP role......................................................................................
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