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BPDU conflict between Cisco meraki and Dell Switch force10

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BPDU conflict between Cisco meraki and Dell Switch force10

Hi Guys,

 

I have BPDU Conflict between Dell Switch (force10) and cisco meraki ms210, as you can see in the pecture attached

I have configued the lacp port and stp. is anyone had the same issue ? could help me please ?

 

Thank you

 

 

 

IMG_20181124_2206512_edited.jpg

 

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Re: BPDU conflict between Cisco meraki and Dell Switch force10

What version of STP are the F10's running? Are all ports configured as trunks? Are native VLANs consistent?

 

Edit: Oh, some of that is in there.. Just upside down. Can you fix the picture?

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Re: BPDU conflict between Cisco meraki and Dell Switch force10

Fixed the image

 

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Can you provide how you have Te0/24 on the DELL switches configured, as well as how you have the x/28 ports configured on the Meraki switches

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Re: BPDU conflict between Cisco meraki and Dell Switch force10

Did you use the vlt-peer-lag port-channel command on the Dells?

 

This setup guide for Dell looks good.  Ignore the VMWare side, and the MTU change.

https://www.dell.com/support/article/nz/en/nzdhs1/sln295213/sample-configuration-of-link-aggregation...

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Re: BPDU conflict between Cisco meraki and Dell Switch force10

Hi, 

 

Yes, I have configured trunk and vlan natative ...... on both

 

the VLT port lag has added already. here is the configuration on 2 dell switchs : 

 

# interface Port-channel 100
 no ip address
 portmode hybrid
 switchport
 channel-member TenGigabitEthernet 0/24
 vlt-peer-lag port-channel 100
 no shutdown 

 

 

I have tried with dynamique LACP, static LACP. unfortunately I have same erreur

 

 

 

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Re: BPDU conflict between Cisco meraki and Dell Switch force10


Hi,

On dell :

interface TenGigabitEthernet 0/24
description "TEST-RE-MERAKI"
no ip address
mtu 12000
!
port-channel-protocol LACP
port-channel 100 mode active
no shutdown


Port channel 100
interface Port-channel 100
no ip address
portmode hybrid
switchport
vlt-peer-lag port-channel 100
no shutdown

On Cisco meraki :

Port aggregate : Switch_1/28, Switch_2/28 (trunk, port native 2500)
STP configuration : 4096 priority




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Re: BPDU conflict between Cisco meraki and Dell Switch force10

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Hi,

On dell :

interface TenGigabitEthernet 0/24
description "TEST-RE-MERAKI"
no ip address
mtu 12000
!
port-channel-protocol LACP
port-channel 100 mode active
no shutdown


Port channel 100
interface Port-channel 100
no ip address
portmode hybrid
switchport
vlt-peer-lag port-channel 100
no shutdown

On Cisco meraki :

Port aggregate : Switch_1/28, Switch_2/28 (trunk, port native 2500)
STP configuration : 4096 priority
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Re: BPDU conflict between Cisco meraki and Dell Switch force10


@jdsilva wrote:

What version of STP are the F10's running?


 

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Re: BPDU conflict between Cisco meraki and Dell Switch force10

RSTP on F10
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