Juniper Netscreen 25 & Cisco 2900 Vlan Trunk

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I have Juniper Netscreen 25 and a Cisco 2900 switch with which I’m simply trying to set up a ‘router on a stick’ scenario and I can’t seem get the trunk working.

On the Cisco 2900 I’ve done the following: Created 3 vlans: 10, 20 & 30, assigned 5 ports to each vlan, set fa0/20 as the trunk port using 802.1q and assigned an IP to each vlan so I can ping test once complete.

On the Juniper I’ve: Created 3 sub interfaces eth1.1, 1.2 & 1.3, specified eth1 to use 802.1q, assigned an ip to each interface in the same subnet as the corresponding vlans on the Cisco, specified the same vlan tags as on the Cisco 2900, Made all 3 sub-interfaces members of the trust zone and I can’t get any traffic across the trunk. I’ve even resorted to changing the cable :)

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



Software/Hardware used:
Juniper Netscreen 25, Cisco 2900/2950

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Ok, lets start from the beginning, as it seems the most of the work is already done.

Using the configuration you provided, can you ping the other end of the same subnet in the opposite equipment?

E.g.:
(before trying anything, please confirm that all (sub)interfaces are UP)
On the switch, subnet 1 IF, ping the IP address of netscreen subnet 1. If it succeeds, please do the opposite. (Netscreen -> Cisco)

Repeat on all subnets.

Regarding routing, I think it wouldn’t be possible to make Netscreen route traffic between VLANs. I don’t have personal knowledge with Netscreen 25 device, but I think it isn’t possible to achieve the “router on a stick” scenario with this equipment.

HTH

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After looking over you basic config , you mention you set port fa0/24 to trunk, but have you added the native / allowed VLANs to that trunk?

the commands would look something like this:

<b>Switch(config-if)#switchport mode trunk
Switch(config-if)#switchport trunk native vlan 1
Switch(config-if)#switchport trunk allowed vlans all</b> (or <b>allowed vlans add 2-3</b>)

let us know how things turn out…

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