XOS 15.7.1.4 mvrp between BD8806 and SUMMIT X460-G2-48t-10GE4

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Hi,

just testing mvrp between

3 SUMMIT X460-G2-48t-10GE4 configured as a stack
and
1 BD8806 MSM-48c 10G8Xc

The Summit X stack is connected to BD8806 via a 10GE port.

On the BD8806:
create vlan test
configure test tag 500
configure vlan test add ports 6:2 tagged
configure mvrp tag 500 ports 6:2 registration normal
configure mvrp tag 500 ports 6:2 transmit on
configure mvrp vlan auto-creation on
configure mvrp vlan registration normal
enable mvrp ports 6:2
enable mvrp
On the SUMMIT X stack:
create vlan test
configure test tag 500
configure vlan test add ports 2:49 tagged
configure mvrp tag 500 ports 2:49 registration normal
configure mvrp tag 500 ports 2:49 transmit on
configure mvrp vlan auto-creation on
configure mvrp vlan registration normal
enable mvrp ports 2:49
enable mvrp
create vlan mvrptest
configure mvrptest tag 200
configure vlan mvrptest add ports 2:49 tagged

However, a show vlan on BD8806 doesn't show mvrptest.

Any hints would be appreciated.
Thank you
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antonio
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Posted 3 years ago

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Antonio,

There were actually multiple problems with that article.  I have corrected the article (and renamed it something more practical):

Can a VLAN created dynamically by MVRP be renamed?

To preserve your work above, I also created another article pertaining to your issue:

VLAN not propagating across the network after enabling MVRP

Please let me know if you would like me to add or change anything.

Also, I wanted to point out that the following commands are default, you do not have to enter them:
configure mvrp tag 500 ports 2:49 registration normal
configure mvrp tag 500 ports 2:49 transmit on
configure mvrp vlan auto-creation on
configure mvrp vlan registration normal
By default all MVRP enabled ports can join any VLAN and will advertise all VLANs (with a port in them :)).