I bought S6800 Fiberhome switches at an auction, and I'm trying to get them to work properly and I can't get them to route to the default gateway configured on the static route 0.0.0.0/0 from any VLAN. Brazil support doesn't even answer my emails.
Does someone know this product and can provide me with a little help?
To resolve routing issues with your Fiberhome 40G S6800 switches and their default gateway configuration, you may consider the following steps:
Check your hardware connections and ensure that all physical connections, including cables and interfaces, are correctly connected and functional.
Access your switch configuration by logging into the switch's management interface using the appropriate credentials.
Verify that the static route 0.0.0.0/0 is correctly configured with the correct next-hop IP address for your default gateway.
Double-check the VLAN configurations on your switches to confirm that each VLAN is associated with the correct IP subnet.
Inspect the routing table to ensure the switch has learned the routes correctly and the default route is listed.
Confirm that Inter-VLAN routing is enabled and configured correctly to allow traffic to flow between VLANs.
Review any firewall or security policies that may be blocking traffic between VLANs or to the default gateway.
Check for any firmware or software updates available for your switches and consider upgrading if necessary.
Additional recommendations are found below:
For troubleshooting guidance, search for user manuals, documentation, or online forums related to Fiberhome 40G S6800 switches.
If the issue persists, consider consulting with third-party support services.
I have a specific question about a FiberHome S6800 switch (40G/100G configuration) as I'm not able to find any "How To's" about this switch.
My question is simple: does this switch support bi-directional SFP modules? If so, how can I enable it?Thank you very much for your help.
It is reported that the FiberHome S6800 switch (40G/100G configuration) supports bi-directional SFP modules. To enable bi-directional SFP modules on the FiberHome S6800 switch, it may be best to follow these steps:
Log in to the switch's web console.
Go to Configuration > Interface > Optical Interface.
Select the interface that you want to configure for bi-directional SFP.
Under SFP Transceiver, select Bi-Directional.
Once you have enabled bi-directional SFP on the interface, you could insert a bi-directional SFP module into the interface for the switch to detect the module and configure it for bi-directional operation automatically.
Here are some additional points to keep in mind when using bi-directional SFP modules on the FiberHome S6800 switch:
Bi-directional SFP modules could be more expensive than standard SFP modules.
Bi-directional SFP modules could be more difficult to troubleshoot than standard SFP modules.
Bi-directional SFP modules may not be compatible with all devices.
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