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Riverbed Steelhead Configuration

Posted on 2014-03-19
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Hello Experts,

I'm practising configuring Riverbed. I can't seem to get the lan interface to come up.

Could someone please take a look at the configuration and let me know what I'm doing wrong?

Cheers

Carlton
22-38-01--Riverbed-Client-Side-1.txt
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by:cpatte7372
ID: 39941051
Experts,

See the following:

servapp # show interfaces lan0_0
Interface lan0_0 state
   Up:                 no
   Interface type:     ethernet
   Speed:              100Mb/s
   Duplex:             full
   MTU:                1500
   HW address:         00:0E:B6:95:A3:0A
   Link:               yes

   RX bytes:           48406
   RX packets:         431
   RX mcast packets:   255
   RX discards:        0
   RX errors:          0
   RX overruns:        0
   RX frame:           0

   TX bytes:           42
   TX packets:         1
   TX discards:        0
   TX errors:          0
   TX overruns:        0
   TX carrier:         0
   TX collisions:      0
servapp #
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Not sure which one but either try connect WAN0 or InPath0 then LAN0 should come up.
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by:cpatte7372
ID: 39941100
Experts,

When I hard code the interface to 100 Full Duplex I get the following:

servapp # show int lan0_0
Interface lan0_0 state
   Up:                 no
   Interface type:     ethernet
   Speed:              UNKNOWN
   Duplex:             UNKNOWN

   MTU:                1500
   HW address:         00:0E:B6:95:A3:0A
   Link:               no
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by:cpatte7372
ID: 39941104
Experts,

Even though I get the following showing speed and duplex UNKNOWN

servapp # show int lan0_0
Interface lan0_0 state
   Up:                 no
   Interface type:     ethernet
   Speed:              UNKNOWN
   Duplex:             UNKNOWN

   MTU:                1500
   HW address:         00:0E:B6:95:A3:0A
   Link:               no

I get the following:

servapp # show interfaces lan0_0 configured
Interface lan0_0 configuration
   Enabled:            yes
   DHCP:               no
   Dynamic DNS DHCP:   no
  Speed:              100
   Duplex:             full

   MTU:                1500
servapp #


Weird
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by:cpatte7372
ID: 39941144
Experts,

Interesting thing is, when its not connected the interface shows up:

servapp # show int lan0_0
Interface lan0_0 state
   Up:                 yes
   Interface type:     ethernet
   Speed:              UNKNOWN
   Duplex:             UNKNOWN
   MTU:                1500
   HW address:         00:0E:B6:95:A3:0A
   Link:               no
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Brilliant mate. You nailed it.
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