#6 Doesn't seem to be working for me

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2004-10-19
2004-10-19
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I am having an issue getting this configured.

I am seeing the traffic coming into the server using
snoop (I am using Solaris). However, the port never
gets assigned to the vlan.

See config below:

switch config
vmps server 192.xxx.xxx.xxx primary
int f0/5
switch access vlan dyn

<------------ CONFIG FILE --------------------->
vmps domain mam
vmps mode open
vmps fallback 66
vmps no-domain-req allow

vmps-mac-addrs
address 0004.759c.0f51 vlan-name TestVlan
<----------------------------------------------->

Discussion

  • Dori Seliskar

    Dori Seliskar - 2004-10-22

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    What version are you using?

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I am using version 1.2 on solaris 9

     
  • Dori Seliskar

    Dori Seliskar - 2004-10-26

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    Can you please test if version 1.1 or 1.0 works for you.

     
  • Alex Dawson

    Alex Dawson - 2004-10-27

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    Do you have a switch set up as a VTP server?
    Is the client switch associated with this VTP server?
    Is the VTP domain "mam"? VMPS and VTP use the same domain.
    Does the VTP server have TestVlan and "66" assigned in it?

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I do have the vtp domain setup and the switch is set up to
    get vmps info. I am able to manual assign a machine to vlan
    66 (Rogue Vlan) and Test vlan 240

     
  • Dori Seliskar

    Dori Seliskar - 2004-10-31

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    Today I will release 1.3. It includes a tool to test server without
    switch. You will find it in tools directory. Can you please test
    your config with it.

    And if you can not make any progress please contact me
    directly and we will try to solve your problem.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    My point, it too enlarge your debug level. For your catalyst
    switch you can enter, somethine like "debug vqpc all", and
    you can ran vmpsd not becoming daemon and with more
    logging. Additional options for command line is "-d -l 0x0f07".
    After that post outputs from vmpsd output and "sh log".
    And we can try to find out your problem.

     

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