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Old 03-06-2017, 06:48 PM
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Unhappy VSP 7254XSQ | ERS 4926GTS | SMLT & MLT | How it works

Hi all,

I am setting up a small LAN; The end goal is to have this LAN connected to an existing LAN; The old and new cores will be merged together and routing will be done via VRRP.

The list of things that need to happen before it works is roughly outlined below:
- 2 x VSP 7254XSQ in core. Connected via IST;
~ 35 x ERS 4926GTS PWR+ at the edge; Connected via SMLT to each of the cores.
~ 6 different VLANs present throughout the entire network.

1.) Do I create VLANs before the SMLT?
2.) How do I enable SMLT on ERS 4926GTS? I am looking for the command sequence that will enable the SMLT - or in this case, MLT... Whats the command to enable it in ERS?

I am looking for something like this:

On the VSP 7254, I believe I have the SMLT created:

configure terminal
mlt 21
mlt 21 name SP21
mlt 21 encapsulation dot1q
mlt enable

mlt 21 member 1/1

interface mlt 21
Then, on ERS 4926, I do:

configure terminal
mlt 21 name SP21 enable member 25-26

interface Ethernet 25
no shut
But I am missing something. The port on 4926 glows orange; What am I missing please?

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