You need to add a 'router interface ve<x>' statement to the VLAN in question, where x is an unused integer number.Sorry newbie again, but how do I add a VE on the 7150?
vlan 4 name LAN by port tagged ethe 1/3/1 untagged ethe 1/1/1 to 1/1/12 ethe 1/2/2 ethe 1/3/2 router-interface ve 4 spanning-tree ! ... interface ve 4 port-name VLAN4 IP Interface ip address 192.168.0.249 255.255.255.0 !
Most of the ICX switches with 16+ 10G ports are not what I would classify as quiet. A 6610 will have 16 total 10G ports, using the front 8 SFP+ and the 2x breakouts on the back. Other than that, you're looking at an ICX-6650, or the 76/77/7850 series. There's also the VDX family, but I'm not really familiar with those, but I believe they also fall in the "not quiet" category. Most of these switches are datacenter or aggregation use where quiet is not a consideration.Good afternoon group this is my first dip into the 10gig pool and wanted to know how to get started with the brocades. Looking for at least 16 ports 10 gig, quiet and cheap if I could get a wish list.
Where do you see it showing unsupported? Did you set the port to 4x10g breakout? You'll need to do that. iirc a qsfp to sfp adapter in a breakout port is the first 10g channel of the breakout groupHi all...I've read through several discussions regarding the ICX7000-1x40GQ and splitting it off to 10Gb, but it was mainly for connecting to a server or workstation. I'd like to get the following working:
ICX7540 40Gb (slot 3) to uplink to another switch (Ubiquiti w/ 10Gb SFP+). I have QSFP+ to SFP+ adapters, but the twinax I've tried so far do not work (shown as unsupported). Is a QSFP+ breakout cable the only way to do this or is there a QSFP+ to single SFP+ cable available? I haven't had luck finding such a thing and don't need the extra cable mess of the breakout unless it's the only option.
I see the following with the QSFP+ to SFP+ adapter with a Ubiquiti twinax connected:Where do you see it showing unsupported? Did you set the port to 4x10g breakout? You'll need to do that. iirc a qsfp to sfp adapter in a breakout port is the first 10g channel of the breakout group
SW2>show media validation Port Supported Vendor Type ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1/3/1 No OTHER Sti Inc. Type : 10GE Passive Twinax 1m (SFP+) SW2>show media eth 1/3/1 Port 1/3/1: Type : 10GE Passive Twinax 1m (SFP+) Vendor: OTHERSti Inc. Version: A2 Part# : UC-DAC-SFP+ Serial#: AH21108001599
It's a HP 40G adapter, part # 746962-001Good gravy, prices on those have gotten ridiculous. I bought mine for $29/each in 2020. Supply has been obliterated.
What QSFP+ to SFP+ adapter are you using?
The ICX7450 hardware guide shows it as supporting 4x10g:It's a HP 40G adapter, part # 746962-001
It seems to "work" since the switch can read the SFP+ module details that I posted above, unless there is more to it than that. I suspect it's that the 7450 simply cannot do this. I have a 7150 that I can use in its place, but I really wanted the redundant power supplies.
Confirmed here as well..commands not an option.Breakout is not an available command at global or interface level. I wonder if it auto-configures if you plugin a 4x10G breakout DAC.
Edit: right below where it says 4x10G, it says no. Is that row indicating the support in a given slot?
did you follow the instructions in the very first post of this thread and specifically for the 6450? Including "Brocade Overview" and then "Setting up Brocade ICX6450" ?I just got the Brocade ICX 6450-48p from eBay. I am able to log in but can't seem to erase the username and password and factory set-default command does nothing, I cannot confirm it with the command Y. I followed the setup guide and all worked well in the beginning until I went to type Enable and it asked me for a username and password.
That's exactly what I'm talking about. I followed it but when I type in the command factory set-default I get a blank response.