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Nortel Ethernet Routing Switch 5000 Series

Conguration VLANs, Spanning Tree, and Link AggregationRelease: 6.2 Document Revision: 06.01

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NN47200-502 .

Nortel Ethernet Routing Switch 5000 Series Release: 6.2 Publication: NN47200-502 Document release date: 28 June 2010 Copyright 2008-2010 Nortel Networks. All Rights Reserved. While the information in this document is believed to be accurate and reliable, except as otherwise expressly agreed to in writing NORTEL PROVIDES THIS DOCUMENT "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OR CONDITION OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. The information and/or products described in this document are subject to change without notice. THE SOFTWARE DESCRIBED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS FURNISHED UNDER A LICENSE AGREEMENT AND MAY BE USED ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THAT LICENSE. Nortel, Nortel Networks, the Nortel logo, and the Globemark are trademarks of Nortel Networks.

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ContentsNew in this ReleaseFeatures 11 Split Multi-link Trunk consistency with the Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 Virtual Local Area Networks Scaling 11 Link Aggregation Control Protocol over SMLT 12 SMLT with Routing protocol support 12 Autodetection and Autoconfiguration Uplink Enhancements 12 Other changes 13 Enterprise Device Manager 13

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IntroductionNNCLI command modes 15

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VLAN FundamentalsVirtual Local Area Networks 17 IEEE 802.1Q Tagging 18 VLANs Spanning Multiple Switches 24 VLAN Summary 27 VLAN Configuration Rules 28 VLAN Configuration Control 29 Multinetting 30

Spanning Tree Protocol FundamentalsSpanning Tree Protocol groups 31 STG Configuration Guidelines 32 Spanning Tree Fast Learning 34 STG port membership mode 34 802.1t path cost calculation 35 Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol 35 Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol 35 Interoperability with legacy STP 36 Differences in STP and RSTP port roles 36 Rapid convergent 37 Spanning Tree BPDU Filtering 39 Configuring Spanning Tree using the Console Interface 41

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4 Spanning Spanning Spanning Spanning Tree configuration in STPG mode 41 Tree configuration in RSTP mode 50 Tree configuration in MSTP mode 57 Tree VLAN Membership screen in MSTP mode 65

Multi-Link Trunking FundamentalsMulti-Link trunks 67 Client-server configuration using Multi-Link trunks 67 Before configuring trunks 68 Multi-Link Trunking Configuration Rules 69 Adding and deleting links from existing Multi-Link trunks 71 How a Multi-Link trunk reacts to losing distributed trunk members Spanning Tree Considerations for Multi-Link trunks 72 Port membership in Multi-Link Trunking 75 SMLT 76 Overview 76 Advantages of SMLT 77 How does SMLT work? 78 SLT 104 Using SMLT with SLT 105 SMLT and SLT Configuration steps 107 SLPP 121 Link Aggregation Control Protocol over SMLT 121 SMLT with Routing protocol support 122 SMLT consistency with the Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 122 IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation 122 Link aggregation rules 124 LACP port mode 125

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VLACP FundamentalsVLACP 127 Virtual LACP (VLACP) overview VLACP features 129 127

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ADAC FundamentalsADAC operation 132 Auto-Detection of Nortel IP Phones 132 Auto-Detection by MAC address 133 Auto-Detection by LLDP (IEEE 802.1ab) 134 Auto-Configuration of Nortel IP Phones 135 Initial user settings 136 Operating modes 138 ADAC and stacking 143 ADAC and LACP enabled on an Uplink port 144 ADAC and EAP configuration 144

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5 ADAC user Restrictions 145

Configuring VLANs using the NNCLICreating and Managing VLANs using the NNCLI 147 Displaying VLAN information 147 Displaying VLAN interface information 149 Displaying VLAN port membership 149 Setting the management VLAN 149 Resetting the management VLAN to default 149 Creating a VLAN 150 Deleting a VLAN 151 Modifying VLAN MAC address flooding 151 Configuring VLAN name 152 Enabling automatic PVID 152 Configuring VLAN port settings 152 Configuring VLAN members 153 Configuring VLAN Configuration Control 154 Managing the MAC address forwarding database table 156 IP Directed Broadcasting 159

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Configuring STP using the NNCLISetting the STP mode using the NNCLI 161 Procedure steps 161 Configuring STP BPDU Filtering using the NNCLI 161 Procedure steps 161 Variable definitions 162 Creating and Managing STGs using the NNCLI 162 Configuring path cost calculation mode 163 Configuring STG port membership mode 163 Displaying STP configuration information 163 Creating a Spanning Tree Group 164 Deleting a Spanning Tree Group 164 Enabling a Spanning Tree Group 165 Disabling a Spanning Tree Group 165 Configuring STP values 165 Restoring default Spanning Tree values 166 Adding a VLAN to a STG 167 Removing a VLAN from a STG 168 Configuring STP and MSTG participation 168 Resetting Spanning Tree values for ports to default 169 Managing RSTP using the NNCLI 170 Configuring RSTP parameters 170 Configuring RSTP on a port 171 Displaying RSTP configuration 172 Displaying RSTP port configuration 173Nortel Ethernet Routing Switch 5000 Series Configuration VLANs, Spanning Tree, and Link Aggregation NN47200-502 06.01 28 June 2010Copyright 2008-2010 Nortel Networks. All Rights Reserved.

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6 Managing MSTP using the NNCLI 173 Configuring MSTP parameters 174 Configuring MSTP on a port 175 Configuring MSTP region parameters 176 Configuring MSTP parameters 176 Disabling a MSTP bridge instance 177 Deleting a MSTP bridge instance 177 Displaying MSTP status 178 Displaying MSTP Cist port information 178 Displaying MSTP MSTI settings 179

Configuring MLT using the NNCLIDisplaying MLT configuration and utilization 181 Procedure steps 181 Configuring a Multi-Link trunk 181 Procedure steps 181 Variable definitions 182 Disabling a MLT 182 Procedure steps 182 Displaying MLT properties 182 Procedure steps 182 Configuring STP participation for MLTs 183 Procedure steps 183 Variable definitions 183 Configuring SMLT using the NNCLI 183 Setting command mode to MLT Interface mode Creating a SMLT 184 Creating a IST 185 Creating a SLT on a port 186 Disabling SMLT 186 DIsabling IST 186 Disabling a SLT on a port 187 Resetting SMLT to default 187 Resetting a IST to default 188 Resetting a SMLT to default 188 Displaying IST parameters 188 Displaying IST statistics 189 Displaying SLT and SMLT configurations 189 Configuring SLPP using the NNCLI 189 Configuring SLPP transmitting list 190 Enabling SLPP 190 Configuring SLPP PDU transmit interval 190 Configuring SLPP PDU ether type 191 Configuring SLPP port auto enable 191

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7 Enabling SLPP PDU receive function per port 191 Configuring the SLPP PDU receipt threshold 192 Link Aggregation Control Protocol over SMLT using the NNCLI 192 LACP over SMLT using the NNCLI Navigation 192 Configuring an SMLT MAC address 192 Configuring the default SMLT MAC address 193 Binding an MLT group to an administrative key and to an SMLT 193 Freeing an MLT group 194 Troubleshooting IST problems 195 Procedure steps 195

Configuring LACP and VLACP using the NNCLIConfiguring Link Aggregation using the NNCLI 197 Displaying LACP system settings 198 Displaying LACP per port configuration 198 Displaying LACP port mode 198 Displaying LACP port statistics 199 Clearing LACP port statistics 199 Displaying LACP port debug information 199 Displaying LACP aggregators 200 Configuring LACP system priority 200 Enabling LACP port aggregation mode 200 Configuring the LACP administrative key 201 Configuring LACP operating mode 201 Configuring per port LACP priority 202 Configuring LACP periodic transmission timeout interval 203 Configuring LACP port mode 203 Configuring VLACP using the NNCLI 204 Enabling VLACP globally 204 Configuring VLACP multicast MAC address 204 Configuring VLACP port parameters 205 Displaying VLACP status 207 Displaying VLACP port configuration 208

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Configuring ADAC using the NNCLIConfiguring ADAC for Nortel IP Phones using the NNCLI 209 Configuring global ADAC settings 209 Restoring default ADAC settings 210 Configuring ADAC per port settings 211 Resetting ADAC per port settings to default 212 Configuring autodetection method 212 Resetting autodetection method to default 213 Configuring autodetection for ports 214 Restoring ADAC port settings 214 Adding a range to ADAC MAC address table 214Nortel Ethernet Routing Switch 5000 Series Configuration VLANs, Spanning Tree, and Link Aggregation NN47200-502 06.01 28 June 2010Copyright 2008-2010 Nortel Networks. All Rights Reserved.

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8 Restoring ADAC MAC range table 215 Displaying global ADAC settings 215 Displaying ADAC port settings 215 Displaying ADAC MAC ranges 216 Displaying configured detection mechanism ADAC UFA configuration example 217 ADAC configuration commands 218 Verifying new ADAC settings 218

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Configuring VLANs using Enterprise Device ManagerVLAN Basic configuration 222 Creating a VLAN 223 Modifying a VLAN 224 Deleting VLANs 225 Clearing DHCP statistics counters on a VLAN 226 Configuring VLAN Snoop 227 Configuring VLAN Ports 228 VLAN NSNA Configuration 229 Viewing VLAN NASA 230 Configuring NSNA per VLAN 231 Deleting an NSNA VLAN 232 Filtering an NSNA VLAN 233 Enabling AutoPVID 233 MAC addres

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