can a new vr be created in a summit x250e

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When I use the command   

* X250e-24t.50 # create virtual-router vr2      
%% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

when i type "show version"
primary ver:      12.0.0.7

if that is any help

Iam trying to set up two vlans with separate ip addresses
10.10.10.1/24
192.168.1.1/24
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Brandon Clay, Escalation Support Engineer

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Hi Doug,

The X250e does not support user-created VRs. However, based on your description, it sounds like you just need to set up two vlans, and give them IP addresses.

create vlan v100
create vlan v200
configure vlan v100 tag 100
configure vlan v200 tag 200
configure vlan v100 ipaddress 10.10.10.1/24
configure vlan v200 ipaddress 192.168.1.1/24
Then, you can add ports to the vlans as desired.

configure vlan v100 add port 1-5 untagged
configure vlan v200 add port 6-10 untagged
configure vlan v100 add port 48 tagged
configure vlan v200 add port 48 tagged

If you want the X250e to route traffic between these vlans, you will also need to enable IP forwarding on both of the vlans. If there is another device that will be routing traffic, then this is not needed.

enable ipforwarding vlan v100
enable ipforwarding vlan v200
-Brandon
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Hi,

EXOS 12.0.0.7 is very very old. You might want to upgrade it if it's not in production yet.
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I would love to update this. I bought it used so i could play with it at home. I dont believe I have the option to update it.
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It may be somewhat expensive for home use, but you could contact GTAC regarding a one-time paid software upgrade. The fee for that would be $750 USD for a Summit.

-Brandon
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