Invalid input detected at '^' marker. when portforwarding

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I am new to setting up a network, so this might be a newbe issue.

I have created a new vlan, and would like to enable portforwarding, but when I try to forward:
 enable ipforwarding vlan v10

I get an error:
%% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

The marker is underneath the "f" character.

I have followed this guide:
https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/How_To/How-to-enable-inter-VLAN-routing-in-EXOS

I am using the console input.


We have a Cisco ME3400-2CS with 5 IPs, connected to the summit x350-48t switch. We would like to forward all trafic from one of the IPs to our server, which is on the before created vlan.

Best regards
Dennis 
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Brad Parker, Technical Support Engineer

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Hi Dennis,

The X350 doesn't support ip forwarding. 

Thanks
Brad
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Oh thanks!

Do you have en idea how I can delegate delegate trafic from one of my IPs to a vlan without forwarding, or isn't it possible?

Thanks again!
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Hi Dennis,

Can you tell me more? I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to do.

Thanks
Brad
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I am trying to setup a network where I have a server which needs to be reachable from outside. Then I have a office network, containing a wifi router and some PCs connected through the switch.

I would like if I could (forward) one or more of my static IP to the server. And create a vlan of the office PC, and the two vlans server and office should be reachable from one another.

Again this is my first time trying to setup a more complex system than my home network. I am a software developer with decent *unix experience, but this i a bit out of my reach.

It seems that all the guides I've found involves ipforwarding.

Thanks!
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Hi Dennis

Shoot What you're describing is ipforwarding (or routing) and isn't supported on the x350. The x350 was designed as a purely later 2 switch, with an IP address on it for management. I'm sorry