May, Tom | 1 Oct 03:44 2010

Re: LACP

Yes... Be the frog :)

The frog is wise, and even when it rains hard, he is happy...

So tomorrow, take his example and have a drink on the deck even it's just pouring rain.... And smile :)



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On Sep 30, 2010, at 3:15 PM, "Lou H. Goddard" <goddarlh <at> hbcs.org<mailto:goddarlh <at> hbcs.org>> wrote:

Here's how I did mine:

148-L-N7(su)->show conf lacp
This command shows non-default configurations only.
Use 'show config all' to show both default and non-default configurations.


begin
!
# ***** NON-DEFAULT CONFIGURATION *****
!
!
# lacp
set lacp aadminkey lag.0.48 3984
set lacp singleportlag enable
!
end

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Yoram Nissenbaum | 4 Oct 23:29 2010
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RE: LACP

This could be lag egress problem:

Please note:

If you don’t use GVRP then a new lag port will egress only the "default" vlan.

You should set VLAN egress on the new lag same as on the physical member ports,

This way if the lag either fails or exists you will have same egress behavior.   

 

To be able to manage correctly, you should set the SAME aadminkey value on the lag.0.x  and the member ports before connecting

The second port ,this way you can determine in advance the lag port number, and complete all necessary settings.

 Regards

 

Yoram Nissenbaum

Advanced Networking

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From: Greer, Paul [mailto:pgreer <at> spscc.ctc.edu]
Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2010 8:13 PM
To: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Subject: [enterasys] LACP

 

I have lags working between two buildings (N3 to C3) but I ran into some issue when I connected two N3's.

 

One port shows up on the lag but when I connect the other port the N3's drop connections.

 

Is there something unique about the two N3's being connected?

 

I have followed the config guide from the Enterasys Document page for multiple devices as a template.

The config for all Lags appear to be the same and correct.

 

Paul

 

 

Paul Greer

Information Technology Services

South Puget Sound Community College

2011  Mottman Rd Sw

Olympia, WA 98512

360-596-5324

pgreer <at> spscc.ctc.edu

 

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Parker, Jason | 5 Oct 00:11 2010

Re: LACP

Please send in for each unit
Show conf lacp
Show conf port
Show lacp

Jason

On Oct 4, 2010, at 6:03 PM, "Yoram Nissenbaum" <yoramn <at> netcom.co.il<mailto:yoramn <at> netcom.co.il>> wrote:

This could be lag egress problem:
Please note:
If you don’t use GVRP then a new lag port will egress only the "default" vlan.
You should set VLAN egress on the new lag same as on the physical member ports,
This way if the lag either fails or exists you will have same egress behavior.

To be able to manage correctly, you should set the SAME aadminkey value on the lag.0.x  and the member ports
before connecting
The second port ,this way you can determine in advance the lag port number, and complete all necessary settings.
 Regards

Yoram Nissenbaum
Advanced Networking

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From: Greer, Paul [mailto:pgreer <at> spscc.ctc.edu]
Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2010 8:13 PM
To: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Subject: [enterasys] LACP

 

I have lags working between two buildings (N3 to C3) but I ran into some issue when I connected two N3's.

 

One port shows up on the lag but when I connect the other port the N3's drop connections.

 

Is there something unique about the two N3's being connected?

 

I have followed the config guide from the Enterasys Document page for multiple devices as a template.

The config for all Lags appear to be the same and correct.

 

Paul

 

 

Paul Greer

Information Technology Services

South Puget Sound Community College

2011  Mottman Rd Sw

Olympia, WA 98512

360-596-5324

pgreer <at> spscc.ctc.edu

 

Greer, Paul | 5 Oct 00:16 2010

RE: LACP

Your info is correct and I have set the aadminkeys as you suggested things are functioning as desired.

Paul

 

 

From: Yoram Nissenbaum [mailto:yoramn <at> netcom.co.il]
Sent: Monday, October 04, 2010 2:29 PM
To: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Subject: RE: [enterasys] LACP

 

This could be lag egress problem:

Please note:

If you don’t use GVRP then a new lag port will egress only the "default" vlan.

You should set VLAN egress on the new lag same as on the physical member ports,

This way if the lag either fails or exists you will have same egress behavior.   

 

To be able to manage correctly, you should set the SAME aadminkey value on the lag.0.x  and the member ports before connecting

The second port ,this way you can determine in advance the lag port number, and complete all necessary settings.

 Regards

 

Yoram Nissenbaum

Advanced Networking

_______________________________  ______ __________

Tel: 972-3-9278478  |  Fax: 972-3-9229218  |  Mobile: 972-52-2-658024

mailto:yoramn <at> netcom.co.il                                          www.netcom.co.il

 

 

 

 

 

From: Greer, Paul [mailto:pgreer <at> spscc.ctc.edu]
Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2010 8:13 PM
To: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Subject: [enterasys] LACP

 

I have lags working between two buildings (N3 to C3) but I ran into some issue when I connected two N3's.

 

One port shows up on the lag but when I connect the other port the N3's drop connections.

 

Is there something unique about the two N3's being connected?

 

I have followed the config guide from the Enterasys Document page for multiple devices as a template.

The config for all Lags appear to be the same and correct.

 

Paul

 

 

Paul Greer

Information Technology Services

South Puget Sound Community College

2011  Mottman Rd Sw

Olympia, WA 98512

360-596-5324

pgreer <at> spscc.ctc.edu

 

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Greer, Paul | 5 Oct 00:44 2010

RE: LACP

Jason I will send those in asap.
I have the lags up now so I can send you what I have.
I am working on a HiPath Controller issue at the moment.
Thanks
Paul


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From: Parker, Jason [mailto:jparker <at> enterasys.com] 
Sent: Monday, October 04, 2010 3:11 PM
To: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Cc: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Subject: Re: [enterasys] LACP

Please send in for each unit
Show conf lacp
Show conf port
Show lacp

Jason

On Oct 4, 2010, at 6:03 PM, "Yoram Nissenbaum" <yoramn <at> netcom.co.il<mailto:yoramn <at> netcom.co.il>> wrote:

This could be lag egress problem:
Please note:
If you don’t use GVRP then a new lag port will egress only the "default" vlan.
You should set VLAN egress on the new lag same as on the physical member ports, This way if the lag either fails
or exists you will have same egress behavior.

To be able to manage correctly, you should set the SAME aadminkey value on the lag.0.x  and the member ports
before connecting The second port ,this way you can determine in advance the lag port number, and complete
all necessary settings.
 Regards

Yoram Nissenbaum
Advanced Networking

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Filipovsky Kobi | 5 Oct 11:24 2010
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How to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices ?

Hi,

 

I am looking for a way to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices connected to PoE securestack switches B2H124-48P.

Is their a way to do it with SNMP?

 

Port     Type                 Admin   Oper                Priority   Class   Power(W)

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

fe.1.1                        auto    Delivering Power    Low        3       4.90

 

Thanks,

kobi

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Parker, Jason | 5 Oct 13:33 2010

RE:How to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices ?

I have not found anything to monitor these via SNMP

This question was asked before but I do not see the answer

 

I will ask the Product Manager

 

From: Filipovsky Kobi [mailto:Kobi.Filipovsky <at> naharia.health.gov.il]
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 5:25 AM
To: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Subject: [enterasys] How to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices ?

 

Hi,

 

I am looking for a way to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices connected to PoE securestack switches B2H124-48P.

Is their a way to do it with SNMP?

 

Port     Type                 Admin   Oper                Priority   Class   Power(W)

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

fe.1.1                        auto    Delivering Power    Low        3       4.90

 

Thanks,

kobi

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Dennis Roos | 5 Oct 15:35 2010
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Re: How to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices ?

Hi,


If SNMP is not possible, you can always hack a way to retrieve the info:
 * generate an ssh keypair
 * install the public key on the device you want to monitor
 * install the private key on a trusted and secure machine with access to the device
 * create a script that ssh's to the device and runs the command to get the Watt usage per port
 * add that scipt to your monitoring solution (eg: cacti, nagios, openview, etc).

If you want to make it even more flexible, add the script to the net-snmp daemon on the secure machine as an executable script with it's own OID and you can poll the snmp daemon on that machine from your favourite monitoring/metering application.


Best regards,
Dennis Roos
 
On 10/05/2010 01:33 PM, Parker, Jason wrote:
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I have not found anything to monitor these via SNMP

This question was asked before but I do not see the answer

 

I will ask the Product Manager

 

From: Filipovsky Kobi [mailto:Kobi.Filipovsky <at> naharia.health.gov.il]
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 5:25 AM
To: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Subject: [enterasys] How to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices ?

 

Hi,

 

I am looking for a way to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices connected to PoE securestack switches B2H124-48P.

Is their a way to do it with SNMP?

 

Port     Type                 Admin   Oper                Priority   Class   Power(W)

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

fe.1.1                        auto    Delivering Power    Low        3       4.90

 

Thanks,

kobi


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Parker, Jason | 5 Oct 15:49 2010

RE: How to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices ?

All,

I have attached 2  Flexviews that are supported in the 3.3.x version of NetSight and will be included in the 4.0 Netsight in the future.

 

A B (KnowledgeBase) Document will be written up later today

Enjoy,

Jason Parker

 

From: Dennis Roos [mailto:dennis.roos <at> gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 9:36 AM
To: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Cc: Parker, Jason
Subject: Re: [enterasys] How to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices ?

 

Hi,


If SNMP is not possible, you can always hack a way to retrieve the info:
 * generate an ssh keypair
 * install the public key on the device you want to monitor
 * install the private key on a trusted and secure machine with access to the device
 * create a script that ssh's to the device and runs the command to get the Watt usage per port
 * add that scipt to your monitoring solution (eg: cacti, nagios, openview, etc).

If you want to make it even more flexible, add the script to the net-snmp daemon on the secure machine as an executable script with it's own OID and you can poll the snmp daemon on that machine from your favourite monitoring/metering application.


Best regards,
Dennis Roos
 
On 10/05/2010 01:33 PM, Parker, Jason wrote:

I have not found anything to monitor these via SNMP

This question was asked before but I do not see the answer

 

I will ask the Product Manager

 

From: Filipovsky Kobi [mailto:Kobi.Filipovsky <at> naharia.health.gov.il]
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2010 5:25 AM
To: Enterasys Customer Mailing List
Subject: [enterasys] How to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices ?

 

Hi,

 

I am looking for a way to monitor the Watt usage of PoE devices connected to PoE securestack switches B2H124-48P.

Is their a way to do it with SNMP?

 

Port     Type                 Admin   Oper                Priority   Class   Power(W)

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

fe.1.1                        auto    Delivering Power    Low        3       4.90

 

Thanks,

kobi

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Gil Sanchez, Luis Miguel | 5 Oct 19:30 2010

Syslog messages in a device - SNMP traps


Hello all,
I am very interested and I don't know where/how to find information about what syslog messages can send a
device and what triggers the message. I am not particulalry interested just in one device, I would like to
have like a table with "message:triggers when". And the same with SNMP...

Are these tables available for any/none/some... Devices ??

Thanks in advance,
Luis Miguel.

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