meraki core switch pointing to firewall with unknown sources

Sadamali
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meraki core switch pointing to firewall with unknown sources

meraki core switch pointing to firewall with unknown sources

 

Core switch is MS425

Firewall MX250

 

Port configuration is trunk native vlan 1 and allowed vlan all.

 

Suggestions are much appreciated.

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KarstenI
Head in the Cloud

Re: meraki core switch pointing to firewall with unknown sources

Can you explain in a little more detail what the problem is?

Sadamali
Comes here often

Re: meraki core switch pointing to firewall with unknown sources

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Thanks for your reply.

Can you see the picture arrow mark. Actually the MS425 and MX250 is connected directly. but in topology it shows unknown pointing device.

KarstenI
Head in the Cloud

Re: meraki core switch pointing to firewall with unknown sources

Is there anything visible when you hoover the mouse over that element?

Sadamali
Comes here often

Re: meraki core switch pointing to firewall with unknown sources

When i move my mouse cursor pop up came but no information.

Sadamali
Comes here often

Re: meraki core switch pointing to firewall with unknown sources

any one can help on this?

Bruce
Kind of a big deal

Re: meraki core switch pointing to firewall with unknown sources

@Sadamali unfortunately there is not much we can help with here.

 

The topology is built with CDP and LLDP information that is gathered by the devices and then intelligently interpreted. It appears that sometimes this isn’t too intelligent and it fails, especially where there are dual uplinks from a switch or switch stack, or a pair of MXs involved.

 

If it’s not causing any problems, i.e. it’s just cosmetic, then don’t worry about it. If you do want to worry about it then the best I can say is to contact support and see if they can let you know what it occurring, and if there is a fix.

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