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TOPIC: Intervlan Routing on a Multilayer Switch

Intervlan Routing on a Multilayer Switch 6 years 1 week ago #35453

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This is actually very odd for me; i know how 2 configure intervlan routing using the 'router-on-a-stick method but HOW do i configure intervlan routing on a multilayer switch that is connected to a layer 2 switch with multiple vlans? See attachment[img]
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Re: Intervlan Routing on a Multilayer Switch 6 years 6 days ago #35489

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First of, you need to enable ip routing command. This will activate layer 3 routing functionality of your layer 3 switch. Tell us if you need more help or if you have any specific questions.
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