Archive: December, 2015

EXOS – DefaultFilter / Debuging

30th December 2015 by Martin Flammia

Filed under Extreme Networks EXOS

Last modified 4th January 2016

The best way to debug is with the use of the filter, please refer the logging section for more detail on how to set this up. To get started the ‘DefaultFilter’ has a bunch of events that are enabled by default, these are identified as a ‘Y’ under the column ‘In’, and can be listed with the following command:

If you want to know exactly what all …

EXOS – Logging / Syslog

29th December 2015 by Martin Flammia

Filed under Extreme Networks EXOS

Last modified 4th January 2016

Below is a basic configuration for configuring two different syslog servers that gives the correct format for NetSight. Both use the “DefaultFilter”, but one is set to a severity of ‘Debug-Data’ (and higher) and the other is set to ‘Info’ (and higher). In addition, an exclude has been added to the “DefaultFilter” to remove DM.Notice messages. More on the use of the “DefaultFilter” later.

EXOS – Session Logging

29th December 2015 by Martin Flammia

Filed under Extreme Networks EXOS

Last modified 4th January 2016

Turn on display logging for the current session:

 

EXOS – Display Logging

29th December 2015 by Martin Flammia

Filed under Extreme Networks EXOS

Last modified 4th January 2016

Turn on the display logging on the console:

 

EXOS – ACL’s

29th December 2015 by Martin Flammia

Filed under Extreme Networks EXOS

Last modified 7th April 2016

ACL’s can be created in two ways. The first is to create a policy (static ACL) with “if”, “then” statements the other is to use the ‘Dynamic’ ACL format. The former you are able to create a list of ACL’s and apply them as a whole to a selection of ports, the later ‘dynamic’ you create singular rules and apply each to a port. I typically configure …

EXOS – CLI Logging

29th December 2015 by Martin Flammia

Filed under Extreme Networks EXOS

Last modified 4th January 2016

To enable cli logging, be it to syslog, console, session etc

 

EXOS – VRRP

29th December 2015 by Martin Flammia

Filed under Extreme Networks EXOS

Last modified 4th January 2016

Below is an example configuration that includes 4 participating routers, with 2 VRID’s. VRRP default is 100. If the VRRP router is the IP address owner (which means that the VRRP router IP address matches the VRRP VLAN IP address), the priority is 255 and cannot be changed Highest priority makes the router the IP address owner In the case of VRID 1, this will …

EXOS – OSPF

29th December 2015 by Martin Flammia

Filed under Extreme Networks EXOS

Last modified 4th January 2016

To configure OSPF:

 

EXOS – Helper / Bootprelay

29th December 2015 by Martin Flammia

Filed under Extreme Networks EXOS

Last modified 10th January 2016

To create a helper / bootprelay

 

EXOS – LAG

29th December 2015 by Martin Flammia

Filed under Extreme Networks EXOS

Last modified 4th January 2016

To create a static lag:

To create a dynamic lag: