Hello, I have fail to connect back to Dell 3448 which was reset as I loss its console cable. I want to know is there are any default IP address for this model after reset? Tried...12/28/2012 | (Forums)
...question you are asking is, "can the other hosts authenticate?". I am not sure, but from your experience I would say no. All current shipping powerconnect switches support "multiple session".
...hired a network engineer that promised to setup Vlans for our office building...he told us to purchase a powerconnect 3448....he then tells us that when we setup Vlans on this switch, they cannot have access to the internet...4/27/2006 | (Forums)
I'm having some trouble with getting a PowerConnect 3448 and a 3424 to stack. I have the switches connected via the Gigabit ports G3 & G4 but when i go to the Stack Management...6/30/2008 | (Forums)
Dell PowerConnect switches does not support Cisco proprietary VTP protocol.Â Instead Dell PowerConnect switches support the standard GVRP (GARP VLAN Registration Protocol) which is functionally the same. You may...
...can they only be uses to stack with 3000 series switches (34XX, 33XX) etc. ? If not, SFP tranceivers from my 2 3448's to my 5324 would be the only option to maintain 1Gbit connectivity between switches ? Thanks for the advice...12/14/2006 | (Forums)
I don't think this will work.Â GVRP has to be running on both the Cisco switch and the PowerConnect switch for this to work.Â Since Cisco has to run either GVRP or VTP but not both at the same time I don't think you can make...
...database, it only advertises port vlan membership. Is there any way to also automatically propagate the VLAN database on a PowerConnect 6248 switches? Thanks.
Hello, we are in the process to replace all our network switches with new Powerconnect switches. Although 802.1x on wired networks might not be the best way to secure our internal network I would like to...Tunnel-Private-Group-ID(81)=VLANID Next I wanted to get the working with our new Dell switches. I configured one 3448 similar to the following whitepaper. http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/products/pwcnt/en...8/23/2007 | (Forums)
On arrival at work today I reconnected my client to the switch to do more testing and get the dot1x output and the client authenticated (as normal) but this time to my amazement I got network access, yet nothing has changed other than a reboot of the client.
What connection method are you using, or are all affected? Console, telnet, http, etc.?
have you checked the cables in another switch/hub? maybe it's the rj45 connectors. Just something to check.
Thanks for your reply. Â I already read all that apply. But, even configuring the switch as told, no request for authentication in sent to the RADIUS server. Â Is there any special configuration needed? Thank you, PS - What RADIUS servers are supported?
Hi Could you please post your config? Thanks Adam
Have you tried 1, 3, 4, 5? Give that a shot and see how that goes. Also, check to see if each switch is running the same firmware.
I believe you can connect the switches via the G3 & G4 port on the 34XX to your 5324 but the switches will not appear as a stack. You'll have to manage each switch individually (an IP address per switch).
The 2 10/100/1000 ports on the 34xx switches have a dual purpose; if the switch has a stack ID set ( so one of the stack ID LEDs is lit ), then these two ports can only be used for stacking with other 34xx switches.
What are your stack IDs set to?
So B can ping A but can't ping C. Here's how I did it: I created all my VLANs and made the ports members of those VLANs through VLAN Membership. Next for my firewall port under Port Settings I changed the VLAN Mode to General, selected the PVID of 2, Admit All and Enable.
Thirdly - while HyperTerminal works great 99% of the time, sometimes it just doesn't work for me. I prefer TeraTerm over HyperTerminal - its old but it works a lot better than HyperTerminal (and its defaults work on 99% of consoles), for me, its response time is faster than HyperTerminal.