Sorry about my english, I'm french so everything may not be understood :-)
I'm new to NAV and this software seems very interesting for my needs.
I'm managing the network in an Engineer School (IOGS) and CNRS Labs (LCF
and LP2N) based in 2 sites (near Paris and near Bordeaux).
I've got an heterogeneous group of switches because we begin to change
our 100Mb switches by 1Gb and 10Gb ones.
For the moment we own :
- Dell S4048-ON (force10) used for routing
- Dell N2048
- Dell N4064
- Cisco 2960s
- Cisco 3750
My switches are recognized pretty well after some tweaking.
For Cisco 2960, everything works. Sometimes I've got timeout and
"failed" changes so I need to wait before trying again (especialy vlan
For Cisco 3750, it's the same
For Dell N2048, I'm a bit confused because if I have this command
"switchport access vlan 524" already set in the switch and I ask to
change the vlan from 524 to 525 with NAV, it adds this command
"switchport general pvid 525" but doesn't delete the old one.
So why change a "switchport access" by a "switchport general" ? Is it
better to have a "switchport mode general" in default config ?
Switchport mode access is the default mode, the 2 combined commands will
not work as intended I think ?
I've not yet tested S4048 and N4064.
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