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How to migrate configuration from EOS to EXOS??

How to migrate configuration from EOS to EXOS??

Marek_Konopinsk
New Contributor III
I need to configure my x440-g2 with exos to use in my network.
all switches that i have are c5 and b5 witch eos ... now i need to translate eos config file to exos....

and this is my base config to migrate:

set ip address 172.16.0.XXX mask 255.255.240.0 gateway 172.16.0.1

#SNMP
clear snmp access ro security-model v1
clear snmp access ro security-model v2c
clear snmp access public security-model v1
clear snmp access public security-model v2c
clear snmp access public security-model usm
clear snmp group ro ro security-model v1
clear snmp group ro ro security-model v2c
clear snmp group public public security-model v1
clear snmp user public
clear snmp group public public

set snmp user USER authentication md5 PASSWORD encryption des privacy PASSWORD nonvolatile
set snmp group read_write user USER security-model usm
set snmp access read_write security-model usm privacy exact read All write All notify All nonvolatile

#global
set length 24
set width 150 default
set summertime enable CEST
set summertime recurring last Sunday March 02:00 last Sunday October 03:00 60
set timezone 'CET' 1 0
set ssh enabled
set sntp client unicast
set sntp server 172.16.XX.XX
set sntp server 172.16.XX.XX precedence 2
set prompt XXXXXXX
set system name XXXXXX
set system location XXXXX
set logout 60
set logging default severity 6
set logging application STP level 7
set logging server 1 ip-addr 172.16.XX.XX state enable
set gvrp disable
set ciscodp status disable
set banner login "LOL"
set system login USER super-user enable local-only yes
set system login admin super-user enable local-only yes
clear system login ro
clear system login rw

set password admin
set password USER

#ports
set spantree mstcfgid cfgname 'SPT-NAME' rev 1
set spantree adminedge ge.1.1-46 true
set lldp port tx-tlv sys-name mgmt-addr ge.1.47-48
set igmpsnooping interfacemode ge.1.1-48 enable
set dhcpsnooping trust port lag.0.1 enable
set dhcpsnooping trust port ge.1.47-48 enable
set dhcpsnooping enable
#jesli jest LAG
set lacp aadminkey lag.0.1 100
set lacp singleportlag enable
set port lacp port ge.1.47-48 aadminkey 100 enable

#NAC
set vlanauthorization enable
set policy maptable response tunnel
set multiauth precedence dot1x mac

set eapol auth-mode forced-auth ge.1.47-48
set eapol auth-mode auto ge.1.1-46
set multiauth port mode force-auth ge.1.47-48
set multiauth port mode auth-reqd ge.1.1-46
set macauthentication port enable ge.1.1-46
set eapol enable

please help me or i'll broke that ...#$@$! x440....

7 REPLIES 7

Erik_Auerswald
Contributor II
Hi Marek,

on EXOS, IGMP snooping is enabled by default, you may not need additional configuration.

I have not tested DHCP snooping on EXOS, so I cannot comment on that part.

When adding a switch to NAC (ExtremeControl), NAC can be used to configure the RADIUS servers. After the switch is added, NAC can be used to configure authentication on the switch. This needs a working SNMP configuration.

You can add the RADIUS server configuration manually, if you prefer that.

Erik

Thank you very much ! 🙂

Marek_Konopinsk
New Contributor III
Thank you

and what about these lines ?:

set igmpsnooping interfacemode ge.1.1-48 enable

set dhcpsnooping trust port lag.0.1 enable
set dhcpsnooping trust port ge.1.47-48 enable
set dhcpsnooping enable

my translation:

configure igmp snooping filters per-port
enable igmp snooping

configure trusted-ports 51-52 trust-for dhcp-server
enable ip-security dhcp-snooping vlan VLAN_0XXX ports 51-52 violation-action drop-packet

and how aobout if i would add radius servers (my 2 nac gateways)? or it will be added by nac (when i will configure SNMPv3 on switches and i will add IPs of my new switches to NAC Console and NAC manager) ??

regards
Marek (Mark)

Erik_Auerswald
Contributor II
Hi Marek,

your SNMP commands look OK.

EXOS does not use STP by default. It needs to be enabled to use it. On EXOS, VLANs and/or ports need to be added to STP to use it for this VLAN / port. The Default VLAN 1 is the only VLAN added to EXOS STP by default. You do not need to add a new VLAN for STP, but rather all new VLANs need to be added to STP.

The RADIUS and MAC auth / dot1X config can be created by ExtremeControl (formerly known as NAC).

Erik
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