Well, you have more than one VE, so you're effectively using thoseThank you for the response. I am not using ve on the Brocade side. I have issued enable command on the eth 1/3/1, assigned in an IP address and enabled OSPF on it. I figured that it is easier than messing with vlans and virtual interfaces. On the Edgerouter side I have not done any changes what so ever. It looks like the Edge router does not have the route back to Brocade for traffic destined for the switch. It is a point to point connection. So I am at a loss here. Not that I really need the switch to access the internet directly, but having the time sync would be good.
P.S. I have not configured loop back interface on the Brocade. Lowest VE interface would be ve 2. I'm not using vlan 1 at all. There is OSFP running on ve 2 interface. So it should be routing correctly...
There are all the VEs I have configured:
interface ve 2
ip address 192.168.0.11 255.255.255.0
ip ospf area 0
Ensure on the edgerouter that it knows where to route the packets for 192.168.0.11/24 via 192.168.29.1.
But please ensure that the multiple IPs that you've given to the switch belogs to different VLANs, otherwise some nasty things might occour...
Also, if you're lost, some PCAP is always useful