I have a Cisco 3945E with two EtherSwitch modules (
gi 2/0) and a UCSE (
ucse 4/0) server installed in it.
The short of it is i'd like to trunk VLANs to the two EtherSwitch modules, and place the UCSE's IMC on a server VLAN:
VLAN 08 - SERVER: 10.2.8.1/24 - Trunked to EtherSwitches, untagged to UCSE 4/0. VLAN 16 - VOICE: 10.2.16.1/24 - Trunked to EtherSwitches VLAN 24 - DATA: 10.2.24.1/24 - Trunked to EtherSwitches
I'm familiar with configuring a router on a stick, but totally lost as to how to assign the same broadcast domain (and IP address) to multiple interfaces on a router.
I've been able to use BVIs to span the broadcast domain to two of the router's ports, but UCSE is still giving me trouble:
interface GigabitEthernet0/0 no ip address duplex auto speed auto interface GigabitEthernet0/0.8 encapsulation dot1Q 8 native bridge-group 8 interface ucse4/0 ip unnumbered BVI8 imc ip address 10.2.8.2 255.255.255.0 default-gateway 10.2.8.1 interface BVI8 ip address 10.2.8.1 255.255.255.0
I have a device on gi 0/0 with ip 10.2.8.3/24 and can ping it with no issues, but the IMC still cannot be reached. I've tried creating host routes from 10.2.8.2 to bvi 8 and/or ucse 4/0 to no luck...
Any help is appreciated!