No Internet Access to VLANs

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Greetings..

Dear Friends,

We created two VLANs in X440. How could I get the Internet access to all vlans?
Right now, the internet is getting to a specific vlan members like, if we connected the internet in a port that belongs to vlan1, then all the members in that vlan would get the internet. No other vlan can access the internet,.
I have enabled ipforwarding in all vlans.

Thanks in advance..
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please post the output of "show vlan"
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Now, I got the internet access to the vlans. I configured private-vlan and got the internet access.
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Could you please provide me the basic NAT commands of Extreme x440.
I need to change the IP range of the clients.
now I am getting same IP range for both VLANs.
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Extreme switches (EXOS) do not have NAT.
They have routing, but all depends on hardware and license.

You should do NAT on your router.

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So. How could I change the ip range of vlans?
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Why you want to change IP ranges ?
Could you be more specific, what do you want to do ?
Any network diagram, etc ?

Are you trying to do something like bellow ?

For example, you have 4 departments and you create 4 vlans + you have one router then create vlan to router.

Vlan lan1 192.168.10.0/24, vlan lan2 - 192.168.11.0/24, vlan lan3 - 192.168.12.0/24, vlan lan4 - 192.168.13.0/24, vlan toRouter 192.168.9.0/30

Network ASCII
                                                                                             /====> vlan lan1
Router (192.168.9.1/30) <===> (192.168.9.2/30) X440 | ====> vlan lan2
                                                                                            \ ====> vlan lan3
                                                                                               \===> vlan lan4

On X440 you set default route to 192.168.9.1 and enable ipforwarding on this 5 vlans

On the router you set route to network 192.168.10.0/24 via 192.168.9.2  and so on for rest of lan IP's. You configure also NAT for this networks on the router.

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