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HB9FND
VLAN Netgear Switch GS108

Dear all. VLAN is tricky..
 
Running here a Netgear GS108E switch. We have 3 mesh nodes connected on port 1, 4 and 6. On the system the mesh nodes appear as DTD, which is correct. The mesh node on port 1 is hosting our PBX PC, this pc is plugged in to Port 2. A phone we have plugged in on port 3.
The funny thing is, that on the setup the mentioned mesh node gives an IP for the PBX PC and one for the phone. Out from our aredn network the PXB and the phone are accessible, but the phone do not connect to the PBX. Do I have to change something at the VLAN config?
In addition, we have plugged in our WAN on Port 8, all three nodes do not show the wan connection (IP from WAN Router). Any suggestions?
 Running this config on the Switch:   GS108E 3 Node 4 LAN 1 WAN | Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network (arednmesh.org)
Vy 73 HB9FND
Alex

 

nc8q
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but the phone do not connect to the PBX.

Hi, Alex:
 
 Please explain more about the IP phone connecting to the PBX.
If the phone and the PBX had IP addresses on the same LAN, then they should be 'connected'.
The phone 'registers' with a PBX.
Periodically the PBX tests the connection to see if the phone is still available.
If your phone has a display, its IP address could be shown.

"In addition, we have plugged in our WAN on Port 8, all three nodes do not show the wan connection (IP from WAN Router).
Any suggestions?"

Interesting.
I also have a GS-108E-v2 VLAN switch with the same configuration settings. (I think)
WAN plugged into port 8.
2 of 3 nodes have  WAN gateway, 1 of 3 does not!
Port 1 is Nightly 1844 on a Mikrotik LHG HP5 XL, WAN
Port 4 is Nightly 1853 on a Ubiquiti PBE M5-400 XW, WAN
Port 6 is Stable 3.22.8.0 on a Ubiquiti loco M2 XW, no WAN

Weird.

73, Chuck


 

HB9FND
Outsourcing VLAN Problem

Hi Chuck and thanks for your feedback. We climb up to the nodes Place next friday and will check the settings again. Its a bit confusing. PBX Node is on port 1, PBX PC on port 2 and the phone is on port 3. PBX and phone got an IP but no connect. Will outsource the problem by hooking in a dump switch for only PBX Node, PBX and the phone. If there is still no connection then its not the smart switch. I let you know. Regards Alex
 

nc8q
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Show: phone does not connect to PBX

Hi, Alex:

Please show how your phone does not connect to your PBX.


 gelmce@nc8q-mesh:~$ ping -c 1 nc8q-phone-1009 <-- My workstation can ping my IP phone.
PING nc8q-phone-1009.local.mesh (10.93.84.247) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from nc8q-phone-1009.local.mesh (10.93.84.247): icmp_seq=1 ttl=62 time=1.37 ms

--- nc8q-phone-1009.local.mesh ping statistics ---
1 packets transmitted, 1 received, 0% packet loss, time 0ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 1.374/1.374/1.374/0.000 ms

gelmce@nc8q-mesh:~$ ping -c 1 nc8q-raspbx <-- My workstation can ping my PBX
PING nc8q-raspbx.local.mesh (10.174.162.45) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from nc8q-raspbx.local.mesh (10.174.162.45): icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.618 ms

--- nc8q-raspbx.local.mesh ping statistics ---
1 packets transmitted, 1 received, 0% packet loss, time 0ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.618/0.618/0.618/0.000 ms
gelmce@nc8q-mesh:~$ ssh nc8q-raspbx

Welcome to RasPBX - Asterisk for Raspberry Pi

...

gelmce@nc8q-raspbx:~ $ sudo ping -c 1 nc8q-phone-1009 <-- My PBX can ping my IP phone.
PING nc8q-phone-1009.local.mesh (10.93.84.247) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from nc8q-phone-1009.local.mesh (10.93.84.247): icmp_seq=1 ttl=62 time=1.28 ms

--- nc8q-phone-1009.local.mesh ping statistics ---
1 packets transmitted, 1 received, 0% packet loss, time 0ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 1.282/1.282/1.282/0.000 ms
gelmce@nc8q-raspbx:~ $

73, Chuck
 

HB9FND
Problem solved

Hello Chuck, finally we found the bug. The PBX was in use at home and has not been offline since. After putting it up on the hill it was not working (as i mentioned). Took some times uphill and checking the things i found out, that the switch was installed correctly according to the guidelines on arendmesh.org. The bug was in the setup of the phones; Port issue! After changing it to Port 5160 all is running. 
Many thanks for your effort and help = hamspirit. vy 73 HB9FND, Alex

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