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How do I program a HP procurve 3500y switch through the cil.

I need to set ports to be trunked or port access on a 3500y switch. Our switches are 3com 4500 and have not used HP before,

Cannot find what I need. Help?
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Alberto CortesCommented:
Solution:

For example, you want to create trunk group "trk10" with option "dt-lacp" (recommended) and using 2 ports in each switch:

ProCurve Switch Local(config)# trunk a9-a10 trk10 dt-lacp
ProCurve Switch Remote(config)# trunk a5-a6 trk10 dt-lacp


It is recommended that you do not connect any cable to the ports before the trunk is configured.
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Craig BeckCommented:
To tag all traffic on port 1 and 5 in VLAN 10 you could use the following configuration

vlan 10
tagged 1,5
exit


To set all traffic untagged on port 1 and 8 in VLAN 15 and allow tagged traffic in VLAN 20 you could use:

vlan 15
untagged 1,8
exit
vlan 20
tagged 1,8




So if you had VLANs 1-5 on your 3Com switch and you connected it to your HP switch on port 8 (assuming native VLAN is 1 and you have a 8-port switch) you would configure something like this:

vlan 1
untagged 1-8
exit
vlan 2
tagged 8
exit
vlan 3
tagged 8
exit
vlan 4
tagged 8
exit
vlan 5
tagged 8
exit



exit
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RKinspCommented:
I sent this on another post but I think it will help you out as well. Please note that this is for reference, you should award the answer to another post.

"The guide on this site is pretty good too. It has the Cisco / H3C(3com) / ProCurve command comparisons...

http://h41268.www4.hp.com/live/index.aspx?qid=11116

(you have to register but I'm pretty sure it's all cost free...)'
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molly22Author Commented:
Both of these helped. Thanks.
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