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Posted on 2011-02-26
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Hi,
We created Private VLAN in our Core swith but we are not able to communicate between same community vlan nodes. is there any specific settings we have to do to enable communication...??

We need only L2 PVLAN

same community vlan between Core1 and Core 2 also not able to communicate.

our config as fallows

In CORE 1:

vtp mode transparent

vlan 803
  private-vlan primary
  private-vlan association 804
!
vlan 804
  private-vlan community


inter Gi1/5

 switchport
 switchport private-vlan host-association 803 804
 switchport mode private-vlan host
 no ip address

 inter Gi1/8

 switchport
 switchport private-vlan host-association 803 804
 switchport mode private-vlan host
 no ip address


In Core2:

vtp mode transparent

vlan 803
  private-vlan primary
  private-vlan association 804
!
vlan 804
  private-vlan community


inter Gi1/5

 switchport
 switchport private-vlan host-association 803 804
 switchport mode private-vlan host
 no ip address

 inter Gi1/8

 switchport
 switchport private-vlan host-association 803 804
 switchport mode private-vlan host
 no ip address

 
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Is there a trunk carrying vlan 804 or a VLAN 804 access port between Core 1 and Core 2?
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that's my first question too. how is the trunk between the switches configured? post both port configs
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by:amitabhg
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Hi

TanQ for your update . This problem got resolved with TAC help

This is Switch hardware limitation in one ASIC we can configure either private vlan or trunk ports.We already have a trunk port in that ASIC so private vlan port went to inactive mode.

We configured this community in separate module and everything working fine.

thanks
Durga
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Don Johnston earned 2000 total points
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You don't have to go to a different line card. Just a different ASIC on the dame line card.
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