Routing Tip for Switch 220 Series

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how to configure Routing Between VLAN's on a 220 Series Switch.

I have a new 220 Series Switch and i have configured 2 VLans ( 100 + 200 )

Every VLAN is Routing enabled and has the IP . 192.168.100.1 /24  and 192.168.200.1 /24

The Internet Gateway is on the VLAN 100 with the IP 192.168.100.254/24

I have a DHCP Server activatet and created a pool for the VLAN 200. The Gateway for DHCP Clients was set to the VLAN IP . 192.168.200.1/24


When i connect a PC on a Port that is Untagged into VLAN 200, the PC get his IP Adress

..example 192.168.200.14/24 with Gateway 192.168.200.1


At the end i have created a Default route with :

0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0  192.168.100.254 (Internet Router)  VLAN 100  (next Hop Interface)


Result: from a PC into the VLAN 200 i can ping his own Gateway and i can ping the Gateway of the VLAN 100 ... but i can not ping an other address into VLAN 100 and i can not ping a public IP.

The packets will be routet but only to the Gateway of the next vlan into the Switch . and they will not leave the Switch ...


Where is my Brain Block ...  :-)


Perhaps, someone of you has already made some Routing games with the 200 Series....


Regards

Christian









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Posted 5 months ago

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Andre Brits Kannemeyer

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Hi


You are misaing your reverse route from the gateway.

On 192.168.100.254 to get to the 192.168.200.x network goto 192.168.100.x. x would be the vlan 100 interface on your 200 series switch.


Hope this helps
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Hi Mate,

many thx .. that was my brain blocker .. it was to late yesterday.

I configured the reverse route from Internet router and all was fine.

Chris