When connecting VSP7400 - x450G2 - x440G2 in one line I am having issues.
Phones on the x460 and the x440 cannot find their TFTP server for instance but everything works fine when connected like this:
- VSP7400 - x450G2
- VSP7400 - x440G2
- VSP: 18.104.22.168
- x460 and X440: 22.214.171.124-patch1-17
The VSP7400 is acting as a FA server, the x450G2 as a FA Proxy and FA Client (for the VSP) and the x440 is a FA client again.
- Do I have to map vlans to ISIDs / NSIs on the x440?
- What about the uplink on the x450 to the x440? Do I tag all Vlans or do I use LLDP to advertise / request them?
- Or should I disable LLDP and treat the x440 like any other switch?
- Do I need version 30.x on the x450 and x440 so I can configure FA Proxy?
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Best answer by tfsnetman
Thank you guys,
Turns out this was caused by some configuration mismatch on VSP cluster members.
One of the VSP cluster members is connected to a Cisco core and has static Vlan / I-SID configuration which was missing on the second cluster member.
Our SE told me that cluster members need the same Vlan / I-SID configuration; problem solved.