Ethernet Switching
Ethernet Switching

Connecting to Cisco Device

‎05-11-2014 02:49 PM



I am attempting to connect to a Cisco WAP that has the setting depicted in the image below:.

Cisco WAP


That device is connected to an EX3300 switch, on a port configured thusly:

show interfaces ge-0/0/19

unit 0 {
family ethernet-switching {
port-mode trunk;
vlan {
members all;
native-vlan-id 10;


One of the vlans on the EX3300 has the vlan-id 10.


Earlier today, the Cisco device had been configured as depicted below:



And the EX3300 port had been port-mode access, and communication had been successful.  Now I can't communicate with it, and I am not onsite (not console access to the Cisco device).  Classic!


Any help is, of course, very much appreciated.

Ethernet Switching
Accepted by topic author Joebocop
‎08-26-2015 01:27 AM

Re: Connecting to Cisco Device

‎05-12-2014 09:46 AM

So you will need to create a vlan for your management with a vlan-id 1. Set the appropriate IP on the vlan.1 interface and associate the vlan.1 interface with the vlan with ID 1 using the l3-interface command.

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