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Layer 3 Rollout - Management VLAN - IP Spoofing

Hi all,

 

I am deploying an MX with an 8 stack of MS switches.

 

I plan to deploy to them using Layer 3 routing on the MS switches.

 

Following this guide 

 

However I am curios where the management VLAN comes into play. As you have access VLAN in the demonstration of VLAN 50. How do you set the management VLAN.


Thanks in advance

 

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It seems reading around and in this post

 

That the management IP needs to be from the access VLAN to the MX.

 

So in the case of the documentation the management IP would be in the 192.168.50.0/30 range. Making the management IP of the switch 192.168.50.2

 

Do I have this correct?

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Each switch in the stack needs to have an IP address in the VLAN which is the uplink.  I didn't read the document, but if you have that many switches I would just use a /24 for the uplink VLAN.

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Re: Layer 3 Rollout - Management VLAN - IP Spoofing

Hi Philip,

 

Thanks - what I am trying to lock down is that the access VLAN between the MX and Layer 3 MS devices is also the management VLAN the switches take their IP from?

 

Thanks

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Thanks Philip!

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