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90 Points

Tue, Sep 3, 2013 11:37 PM

ZD3000 and Cisco 3750 Trunk port with native vlan question

Hello Ruckus Community!

I have typical network topology ISPROUTERL3_SWITCHL2_SWITCHES
L3_SWITCH = WS-C3750X-24S-S does Inter-vlan routing.
My Ruckus ZD3000 is directly connected to L3_SWITCH
ZF Access Points are connected to L2_SWITCHES = WS-C2960S-48FPS-L

Lets say i have 3 VLANs:

254 - IT_MANAGEMENT
10 - WIRELESS_GUEST
11 - WIRELESS_STAFF

I would like to configure port as trunk with allowed vlan 10,11 and native vlan 254 on L3_SWITCHZD3000

trunk with allowed vlan 10,11 and native vlan 254 on L2_SWITCHESZF AP`s

The idea is to manage ZF`s via ZD3000 trough vlan 254 and send regular "user" traffic over vlans 10 and 11.

As of right now when i do trunk with allowed vlan 10,11 and native vlan 254 on L3_SWITCHZD3000 - i and not getting any connection to ZD3000. only if cisco`s port is in access "mode".

Thanks,
Zaur.

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1.2K Points

7 years ago

Hi Zaur,

I think you are not able to access the ZD WebUI from your laptop is what you mean when you say "not getting any connection to ZD 3000". Am I correct? Also, I believe that APs are able to connect to the ZD..right?

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90 Points

7 years ago

No, i mean that ZD is not accepting any traffic from NATIVE VLAN 254

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1.2K Points

7 years ago

so are the APs even unable to join the ZD?

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90 Points

7 years ago

Correct.

I will post port configurations on Switches tomorrow.

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1.2K Points

7 years ago

Sure Zaur. I will wait for your response.

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70 Points

7 years ago

Can you confirm that the native VLAN on each port that is connected to the AP's and the ZD is the management VLAN and also that each port has trunk enabled?

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110 Points

7 years ago

I agree with Nikolaus ,above mentioned things need to be verified.You can post the port configurations on switch to understand this better.

Waiting for your response!!