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Old 09-14-2015, 05:32 AM
rcyril rcyril is offline
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Unhappy SLT between VSP7k and ERS5k


I've tried to configure an slt link between 1 stack of 5632 and 2 VSP 7k connected with an IST link.

When i shutdown the link between 5632 and VSP7k the ping is OK, but when i "no shut" the port all my network access is down and I can't connect to my VSP nor my ERS5k. The SLT link is in NORM mode.

To resolve this issue I just have to do an "NO SMLT" and SMLT smltId on the port ...

Have you got any ideas ?

Old 10-15-2015, 10:12 AM
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What SW Versions are you running on the VSP7k and the 5632 Stack? Is the SLT jumping to Running Type SMLT when both Links are up?


Old 10-15-2015, 11:31 PM
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I solve this issue using "reset factory" on the ers 5600.

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