|If you only have one the two VLAN's on port 2 (ie: VLAN 1 and VLAN 101) then how do you expect traffic from any other VLAN's to get across that port to the remote firewall?|
A port can only pass VLAN traffic that has been assigned to it.
Again, not being familiar with your switches I can tell you this. On any Cisco switches I've worked on, you have to set an uplink port as a "trunk" port. Once you do so, this adds all VLAN's on that switch to the trunk port so that all traffic can be passed. Typically a trunk port is one that links network appliances together.
On the Avaya switches we're using here in my environment, I would set the port as "trunk" and the traffic as "tag all" and the PVID (primary VLAN ID would be VLAN 1).
So in your case, my trunk port setting would be:
PVID = 1
Allowed VLAN's = 1, 100, 101, 102
Any VLAN's not added to the trunk port would not be passed.
We use VLAN 1 for what it was intended. It's the default "management" VLAN and all network appliances in our environment have IP addresses on that subnet. Only network appliances (core switches, edge switches, routers, firewalls) have IP's in that VLAN (subnet) and all other VLAN's are carried over that one as they pass through trunk ports.
While it is entirely possible the firewall at the other end is blocking your traffic. I don't see that you have that uplink port designated as a trunk and more importantly, I don't see those other VLAN's attached to that port. If it were me (and again, I stress, I'm not familiar with the equipment you're using) I would try adding the other VLAN's to that uplink port. You may have to change the traffic tagging as well to make it work. It's certainly one avenue worth investigating before talking to the IT people at the far end. Mind you, asking them to monitor the traffic flowing from you to them would let you know if those particular VLAN's traffic is even making it to there end.
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