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The port of the managed switch used to connect eth0 interfaces should be configured in trunk mode in order to allow the following type of vlan traffic:

  • br-mgmt with vlan tag 1199
  • br-storage with vlan tag 1198
  • br-fw-admin that is traffic sended without any tag so you have to set any pvid for these ports(you wrote the pvid 1011 I think)

Using HP/Comware syntax you have to configure each switch port connected to eth0 interfaces as in the following example:

[HP]interface FuelEth0InterfaceName
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]port link-type trunk       # Configure trunk lynk type 
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]undo port trunk permit vlan 1  # Remove default vlan 1
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]port trunk permit vlan 1199    # Allow tagged traffic for vlan 1199
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]port trunk permit vlan 1198    # Allow tagged traffic for vlan 1199
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]port trunk pvid vlan 1011      # Allow untagged packets and assign to it the vlan id 1011
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]undo shutdown
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]quit

You maybe have eth0 switch ports configured in access mode that allow only the packets without vlan tag, indeed you can ping two fuels nodes using br-fw-admin interfaces. You should configure these ports on the switch in trunk mode.

The port ports of the managed switch used to connect connected to eth0 interfaces should be configured in trunk mode in order to allow the following type types of vlan traffic:

  • br-mgmt with vlan tag 1199
  • br-storage with vlan tag 1198
  • br-fw-admin that is traffic sended without any tag so you have to set any pvid for these ports(you wrote the pvid 1011 I think)

Using HP/Comware syntax you have to configure each switch port connected to eth0 interfaces as in the following example:

[HP]interface FuelEth0InterfaceName
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]port link-type trunk       # Configure trunk lynk type 
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]undo port trunk permit vlan 1  # Remove default vlan 1
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]port trunk permit vlan 1199    # Allow tagged traffic for vlan 1199
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]port trunk permit vlan 1198    # Allow tagged traffic for vlan 1199
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]port trunk pvid vlan 1011      # Allow untagged packets and assign to it the vlan id 1011
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]undo shutdown
[FuelEth0InterfaceName]quit

You maybe have eth0 switch ports configured in access mode that allow only the packets without vlan tag, indeed you can ping two fuels nodes using br-fw-admin interfaces. You should configure these ports on the switch in trunk mode.