3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 21, 2013 12:08 PM by MikeErter

    How to tell if VLAN added to 6248s?

    MikeErter Enthusiast

      We are working to solve a connectivity problem with virtual machines on a Distributed Virtual Switch.

       

      They are connected to a distributed port group that is configured with a VLAN, and the VLAN ID is entered in the distributed port group's properties as you would expect.

       

      When I look in UCS Manager, I see the VLAN exists and of course this maps to the VLAN on the distributed virtual port group in vSphere.

       

      The VMs still have no connectivity, even though things look right in vCenter and in UCS Manager.

       

      How can I check on the 6248s to see if the VLAN has been added to the trunk down from the upstream switches? 

       

      And/or is there any other way I can verify the VLAN is accessible?

       

      Thanks,

      Mike