06-20-2016 12:11 PM
Ok so I need to get two subnets on the same Layer 3 switch communicating. If I have a subnet 192.168.100.x on vlan 2 and subnet 10.1.1.x on vlan 3, is it as simple as just setting the startup config as follows
vlan 2 name VL2 by port
tagged ethe 1/1/1
vlan 3 name VL3 by port
tagged ethe 1/1/2
and then running a cable from port 1/1/1 and 1/1/2? Alternatively, it would be more ideal for my situation if I could leave the cable out and just handle the routing internally. So could I just tag 1/1/1 in both vlans and leave the cable out of the equation all together?
06-21-2016 09:24 AM
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06-24-2016 01:52 PM
I don't understand the main problem - and even not your first solution attempt.
If you crossconnect two ports with different *tagged* VLANs, no correct traffic flow will happen. Frames egress 1/1/1 will carry a VLAN2 tag and should be droped ingress 1/1/2 because this port is not configured for VLAN2 (and vice versa).
You could try "untagged" instead of "tagged" to link VLAN2 and VLAN3 in to one broadcast domain but I'am in doubt if this is what you want.
On the other hand - how can a client with IP 192.169.100.x ever reach a client with 10.1.1.x without any Layer3 router in between? You said "Layer 3 switch" but it seems you do not have your Layer3 switch configured for routing between this two VLANs. Would you like to have your Layer3 switch do the Layer3 IP routing?
In the end you have to elaborate a little more what you try to do :-).