Hey everyone...it's been a while since I've been active up here...but now I'm in a bit of a bind and need some help with setting up my new hex.
Situation: I have an older RB750GL that's been running great for a while (ROS 6.40.5) using the older Master/slave port setup. I recently had to change an address on one of my VLAN interfaces, and accidentally changed the wrong interface, locking myself out of the router. Even worse, my backups are all on my storage server, which recently suffered a hardware failure, so I can't get at my backups. Since most of my network was still running, I opted to buy a hex (RB750Gr3 on ROS 6.43.11). I know that the Master/slave switch setup has been replaced with Bridge, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to get it configured correctly such that I can just swap out the RB750GL and hex and get my network fully operational again.
Here's what I remember of the 750GL setup: ether1 was my Internet connection (default config on the hex, so no problem there); ether2 (Master) and ether3 are trunk ports, ether4 and ether5 are access ports. All addresses were on VLAN interfaces assigned to ether2.
What I need: a working config script that puts VLANs 100, 200, 300, 501, 801, and 901 on the router; Management IP address (preferably 172.16.0.30/27) on VLAN 100 (needs functional DHCP server on this interface as well); ether 2 and 3 configured as trunk ports carrying all VLANs, ether 4 and 5 configured as access ports for VLAN 100. The other VLAN interfaces need to have IP addresses, but no DHCP server (actual addresses used for this initial config don't matter as long as routing works; I can change the addresses to suit my network).
Normally, I'd take the time to really learn what I'm doing wrong (I have a feeling it's something obvious, but I'm beyond frustrated at this point), but I just started my own business and I need to get my lab fully functional ASAP. Please help! And big thanks in advance to anyone and everyone who helps me get out of this nightmare.