network issue help

Jason Biel jason at biel-tech.com
Wed Aug 10 17:51:52 CDT 2011


TBH, this thread has made the hour preceding my Juniper upgrades *way* more
enjoyable.

On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 5:15 PM, Chaim Rieger <chaim.rieger at gmail.com>wrote:

> replied inline, with a summary below
>
>
> On 8/10/2011 2:35 PM, Deric Kwok wrote:
>
>> Hi
>>
>> There is problem in our network. The connection is disappearing.
>>
> From this i take is that you are using the avaya networking gear with the
> fcoe protocol enabled, this is a big no-no. you need to disable ipsec, then
> enable dns, your connection should come right back
>
>
>> ls it about lop ing?
>>
> it is not about lops at all, nor is it about looping, its all about the
> trees dude, there is a hidder feature called, treehugger protocol. and this
> will help prevent looping in the long term, its hidden behind the power
> chord, unplug the power cable from your switch, and you will see it between
> the three prongs. no that you can see this, test for excessive looping
>
>
>> How can I check it in switch?
>>
> if the step above failed, i would take the cable that is plugged into port
> 7 of your switch and plug the other end into port 13, it might help, i would
> also leave in there for a while, and go grab a cup of coffee
>
>
>> ls spammingtree disable by default?
>>
> only if there are branches
>
>>
>> Thank you so much
>>
> welcome
>
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-- 
Jason



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