2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 5, 2013 11:58 AM by noor

    NetVanta Switches in MDU's.

    lanceallison21 New Member



         In the past we have used mainly ADTRAN DSLAMS in our MDU's (Multi Dwelling Units - Apartments - Condos - etc) We decided that Ethernet was a better option for us, rather than xDSL or DOCIS.  Customers BYOD their own wireless device, that DHCPs onto the network and we enable lease persistence. We traffic shape the customer's traffic on an appliance. Each switch has a unique vlan and all customer facing ports are "protected" Each building is fiber fed via two fiber LAGS, and if it's a vertical building we copper feed gig LAG ports to each switch.


        Here is a config snip it from one of our switches and wanted to see if we are missing anything here? We are actively deploying the NV1234/1238 and NV1534 and NV1544F's.


      interface switchport 0/1

        spanning-tree bpduguard enable

        spanning-tree edgeport

        no shutdown

        switchport access vlan XXX

        storm-control broadcast level 10 10

        storm-control action shutdown

        switchport port-security

        switchport port-security violation protect

        switchport protected

        no lldp send



        • Re: NetVanta Switches in MDU's.

          lanceallison21 - Thanks for posting your question on the forum.


          Everything looks okay to me on your configuration. Are you having any issues with the switches?




          • Re: NetVanta Switches in MDU's.

            lanceallison21 -

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