Justice ANANABOUH YARO | 23 Mar 00:35 2015
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Re: SYSLOG, Applications

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On 9 Mar 2015 22:30, "Lucas Hazel" <Lucas.Hazel <at> une.edu.au> wrote:
ec-c3-c34s4(su)->show port trap
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.1.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.2.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.3.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.4.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.5.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.6.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.7.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.8.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.9.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.10.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.11.
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Link traps disabled on port ge.1.13.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.14.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.15.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.16.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.17.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.18.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.19.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.20.
Link traps enabled  on port ge.1.21.
Link traps enabled  on port ge.1.22.
Link traps enabled  on port ge.1.23.
Link traps enabled  on port ge.1.24.

On 6 Mar 2015, at 12:11 pm, Jolyon Ansuz <Jolyon.Ansuz <at> une.edu.au> wrote:

Hello all,

I'm working on refining our syslog settings for switches across our network.

It's my intentions to set the application System to seven to catch the interfaces going up and down. The conflicting information that I don't want is as below:

---8<-- snip ----------------------------------
ec-d2-c34s98(su)->set logging application System level 7
ec-d2-c34s98(su)->
<190>Mar  6 21:31:18     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1005 % dsPacketIntercept : creating a ds binding for vlan 1600 in interface 14
...
<190>Mar  6 21:31:27     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1014 % dsPacketIntercept : creating a ds binding for vlan 1601 in interface 14
<190>Mar  6 21:31:31     172.21.6.197-1 TRAPMGR[53608264]: traputil.c(466) 1015 % Link Down: Unit: 1 Slot: 0 Port: 11
<190>Mar  6 21:31:34     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1016 % dsPacketIntercept : creating a ds binding for vlan 1600 in interface 14
...
<190>Mar  6 21:31:39     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1026 % dsPacketIntercept : creating a ds binding for vlan 1604 in interface 14
---8<-- snip ----------------------------------

I'm using the below templates at the moment.

---8<-- snip ----------------------------------
# Clear any previous logging servers
clear logging server 1
clear logging server 2

# Set external logging servers, levels to be set according to application level requirements.
set logging server 1 ip-addr x.x.x.x facility local7 severity x descr 'syslog01' state enable
set logging server 2 ip-addr x.x.x.x facility local7 severity x descr 'syslog02' state enable

# Set default levels
set logging application all level 6

# Refine levels
set logging application CLIWEB level 5
set logging application SNMP level 4
set logging application STP level 7
set logging application Driver level 7
set logging application System level 6
set logging application Stacking level 5
set logging application UPN level 6
set logging application Router level 6
---8<-- snip ----------------------------------

Is anyone able to shed some light or share an example for/with me please?

Sincerely,

Jolyon Ansuz

Senior Network and Communications Administrator
Communications Infrastructure
Information Technology
University of New England
Armidale NSW 2351

P: +61 2 6773 3568
M: +61 412 735 836

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Lucas Hazel | 9 Mar 23:29 2015
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Re: SYSLOG, Applications

ec-c3-c34s4(su)->show port trap
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.1.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.2.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.3.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.4.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.5.
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Link traps disabled on port ge.1.16.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.17.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.18.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.19.
Link traps disabled on port ge.1.20.
Link traps enabled  on port ge.1.21.
Link traps enabled  on port ge.1.22.
Link traps enabled  on port ge.1.23.
Link traps enabled  on port ge.1.24.

On 6 Mar 2015, at 12:11 pm, Jolyon Ansuz <Jolyon.Ansuz <at> une.edu.au> wrote:

Hello all,

I'm working on refining our syslog settings for switches across our network.

It's my intentions to set the application System to seven to catch the interfaces going up and down. The conflicting information that I don't want is as below:

---8<-- snip ----------------------------------
ec-d2-c34s98(su)->set logging application System level 7
ec-d2-c34s98(su)->
<190>Mar  6 21:31:18     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1005 % dsPacketIntercept : creating a ds binding for vlan 1600 in interface 14
...
<190>Mar  6 21:31:27     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1014 % dsPacketIntercept : creating a ds binding for vlan 1601 in interface 14
<190>Mar  6 21:31:31     172.21.6.197-1 TRAPMGR[53608264]: traputil.c(466) 1015 % Link Down: Unit: 1 Slot: 0 Port: 11
<190>Mar  6 21:31:34     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1016 % dsPacketIntercept : creating a ds binding for vlan 1600 in interface 14
...
<190>Mar  6 21:31:39     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1026 % dsPacketIntercept : creating a ds binding for vlan 1604 in interface 14
---8<-- snip ----------------------------------

I'm using the below templates at the moment.

---8<-- snip ----------------------------------
# Clear any previous logging servers
clear logging server 1
clear logging server 2

# Set external logging servers, levels to be set according to application level requirements.
set logging server 1 ip-addr x.x.x.x facility local7 severity x descr 'syslog01' state enable
set logging server 2 ip-addr x.x.x.x facility local7 severity x descr 'syslog02' state enable

# Set default levels
set logging application all level 6

# Refine levels
set logging application CLIWEB level 5
set logging application SNMP level 4
set logging application STP level 7
set logging application Driver level 7
set logging application System level 6
set logging application Stacking level 5
set logging application UPN level 6
set logging application Router level 6
---8<-- snip ----------------------------------

Is anyone able to shed some light or share an example for/with me please?

Sincerely,

Jolyon Ansuz

Senior Network and Communications Administrator
Communications Infrastructure
Information Technology
University of New England
Armidale NSW 2351

P: +61 2 6773 3568
M: +61 412 735 836

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Armidale NSW 2351

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Mobile +61407569330

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Mir Anjum | 9 Mar 09:54 2015

RE: WCCP in N7

Thanks a lot let me check both on ENS

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From: Erik Auerswald [mailto:auerswald <at> fg-networking.de] 
Sent: 09 March 2015 11:52
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Subject: Re: [enterasys] WCCP in N7

Hi,

On Mon, Mar 09, 2015 at 08:40:10AM +0000, Mir Anjum wrote:
> WCCP method in Enterasys N7 if not any other method for traffic 
> redirection

Did you ask a question?

Perhaps you want to look into TWCB (Transparent Web Cache Balancing) or LSNAT (Load Sharing Network
Address Translation). There are feature guides available in addition to the configuration guide and
command reference via the Extreme Networks web site.

HTH,
Erik
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Erik Auerswald | 9 Mar 09:51 2015
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Re: WCCP in N7

Hi,

On Mon, Mar 09, 2015 at 08:40:10AM +0000, Mir Anjum wrote:
> WCCP method in Enterasys N7 if not any other method for traffic redirection

Did you ask a question?

Perhaps you want to look into TWCB (Transparent Web Cache Balancing) or
LSNAT (Load Sharing Network Address Translation). There are feature guides
available in addition to the configuration guide and command reference via
the Extreme Networks web site.

HTH,
Erik
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Mir Anjum | 9 Mar 09:40 2015

WCCP in N7

WCCP method in Enterasys N7 if not any other method for traffic redirection  

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Jolyon Ansuz | 6 Mar 02:11 2015
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SYSLOG, Applications

Hello all,

I'm working on refining our syslog settings for switches across our network.

It's my intentions to set the application System to seven to catch the interfaces going up and down. The
conflicting information that I don't want is as below:

---8<-- snip ----------------------------------
ec-d2-c34s98(su)->set logging application System level 7
ec-d2-c34s98(su)->
<190>Mar  6 21:31:18     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1005 % dsPacketIntercept : creating
a ds binding for vlan 1600 in interface 14
...
<190>Mar  6 21:31:27     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1014 % dsPacketIntercept : creating
a ds binding for vlan 1601 in interface 14
<190>Mar  6 21:31:31     172.21.6.197-1 TRAPMGR[53608264]: traputil.c(466) 1015 % Link Down: Unit: 1 Slot: 0
Port: 11
<190>Mar  6 21:31:34     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1016 % dsPacketIntercept : creating
a ds binding for vlan 1600 in interface 14
...
<190>Mar  6 21:31:39     172.21.6.197-1 DTL[65189344]: ds_main.c(545) 1026 % dsPacketIntercept : creating
a ds binding for vlan 1604 in interface 14
---8<-- snip ----------------------------------

I'm using the below templates at the moment.

---8<-- snip ----------------------------------
# Clear any previous logging servers
clear logging server 1 
clear logging server 2 

# Set external logging servers, levels to be set according to application level requirements.
set logging server 1 ip-addr x.x.x.x facility local7 severity x descr 'syslog01' state enable
set logging server 2 ip-addr x.x.x.x facility local7 severity x descr 'syslog02' state enable

# Set default levels
set logging application all level 6

# Refine levels
set logging application CLIWEB level 5
set logging application SNMP level 4
set logging application STP level 7
set logging application Driver level 7
set logging application System level 6
set logging application Stacking level 5
set logging application UPN level 6
set logging application Router level 6
---8<-- snip ----------------------------------

Is anyone able to shed some light or share an example for/with me please?

Sincerely, 

Jolyon Ansuz

Senior Network and Communications Administrator
Communications Infrastructure
Information Technology
University of New England
Armidale NSW 2351

P: +61 2 6773 3568
M: +61 412 735 836

"If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old.", Peter Drucker (IEEE)

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Mamabolo, Pheko | 23 Feb 15:26 2015
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RE:switch enters hapiPoeResetandRecovery so no P.O.E delivered

Thanks for the feedback,

 

Please note, I was already running c3-series_06.61.13.0006 . I rolled back to c3-series_06.61.07.0010 this firmware just to test the theory as a possible fix I found on the internet clearly this did not help,

now it has me thinking maybe the hardware board has been affected physically to a point that it is not able to provide/deliver P.O.E as we had a surge that spiked on multiple devices this lead to the switches being affected.

 

Any other suggestions are welcome.

 

 

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From: Bill Handler [mailto:bhandler <at> pcsknox.com]
Sent: 23 February 2015 04:11 PM
To: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Subject: RE:[enterasys] switch enters hapiPoeResetandRecovery so no P.O.E delivered

 

From: Mamabolo, Pheko [mailto:pheko.mamabolo <at> siemens.com]

 

Port     Type                 Admin   Oper                Priority   Class   Power(W)

-------  -----                ------  -----------------   --------   -----   --------

ge.1.1                        auto                        Low        20028988

 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Code used

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

VPD - release major 6 minor 61 maint 7 build 10 alpha -

      Timestamp - Fri Oct 19 18:51:01 2012

      File - c3-series_06.61.07.0010

[Boot Menu] 6

 

Historically, when I’ve seen that the Class field has a multiple digit number, there has been an issue with the POE circuitry.  That being said, I would also updated the firmware to the latest available (6.61.13.xxx I think), then check again.

 

Thanks,

 

Bill

 

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Bill Handler | 23 Feb 15:10 2015

RE:switch enters hapiPoeResetandRecovery so no P.O.E delivered

From: Mamabolo, Pheko [mailto:pheko.mamabolo <at> siemens.com]

 

Port     Type                 Admin   Oper                Priority   Class   Power(W)

-------  -----                ------  -----------------   --------   -----   --------

ge.1.1                        auto                        Low        20028988

--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Code used

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

VPD - release major 6 minor 61 maint 7 build 10 alpha -

      Timestamp - Fri Oct 19 18:51:01 2012

      File - c3-series_06.61.07.0010

[Boot Menu] 6

 

Historically, when I’ve seen that the Class field has a multiple digit number, there has been an issue with the POE circuitry.  That being said, I would also updated the firmware to the latest available (6.61.13.xxx I think), then check again.

 

Thanks,

 

Bill

 

Bill Handler
PCS | Senior Technical Projects Engineer

Technology | Training | Results

Direct: 865.273.8030

Toll-free: 877.690.5999 Ext. 122

Fax: 865.273.1961

Web: http://www.pcsknox.com

 

 

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Mamabolo, Pheko | 23 Feb 15:01 2015
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switch enters hapiPoeResetandRecovery so no P.O.E delivered

Hi
 
Has any one experienced on boot that a switch enters "Entering hapiPoeResetandRecovery"
 
log generated from switch below.
 
<162>Feb 23 15:37:18 0.0.0.0-1 SIM[220007944]: broad_poe.c(5005) 147 %% PoE timeout while in reset and recovery mode
 
show port inlinepower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 
Port     Type                 Admin   Oper                Priority   Class   Power(W)
-------  -----                ------  -----------------   --------   -----   --------
ge.1.1                        auto                        Low        20028988
 
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Switch not delivering power to devices such as VOIP devices and Wireless Access Points.
 
 
Code used
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
VPD - release major 6 minor 61 maint 7 build 10 alpha -
      Timestamp - Fri Oct 19 18:51:01 2012
      File - c3-series_06.61.07.0010
[Boot Menu] 6
 
 
 
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Chairman: KJ Helmrich*
Chief Executive Officer: SU Dall’Omo*
Chief Financial Officer: SJ Mueller*
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Erik Auerswald | 17 Feb 16:58 2015
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Re: 800 Series - insufficient access

Hi,

that looks like either NetSight does not think it has SNMP write access
to the switch, ot that there actually is no SNMP write access configured
on the switch.

You can check the NetSight side via the device access table.

On the switch you can use "show snmp group", "show snmp user", and
"show snmp community" to check.

You should have a device access profile with write credentials configured
in NetSight, and the same credentials configured on the switch.

HTH,
Erik
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On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 03:28:46PM +0000, Geoffroy.HUGUENIN <at> CEA.FR wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> 
> I test a 800-Series with Netsight and I have some problems.
> 
> When I want to add some Vlan, I always have this error : Insufficient Access Level to perform SET with given Profile.
> It's the first time we use this series on netsight.
> 
> Have you some idea ?
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Geoffroy HUGUENIN
> CEA VALDUC
> VA/DSTA/STLI/LSIS
> 21120 IS-SUR-TILLE
> Téléphone : 03 80 23 77 80
> 
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Geoffroy.HUGUENIN@CEA.FR | 17 Feb 16:28 2015
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800 Series - insufficient access

Hi Everyone,

 

I test a 800-Series with Netsight and I have some problems.

 

When I want to add some Vlan, I always have this error : Insufficient Access Level to perform SET with given Profile.

It’s the first time we use this series on netsight.

 

Have you some idea ?

 

Thanks

 

Geoffroy HUGUENIN

CEA VALDUC

VA/DSTA/STLI/LSIS

21120 IS-SUR-TILLE

Téléphone : 03 80 23 77 80

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