X440-G2 intervlan routing

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Could X440-G2 series supports Inter-VLAN routing? is this manageable switch?
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Alok Shukla

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You just mean VLAN A and VLAN B to be routed on a X440-G2?
Yes, of course.

https://learn.extremenetworks.com/rs/641-VMV-602/images/ExtremeSwitching-X440-G2-DS.pdf
"The X440-G2 Series supports sophisticated and intelligent Layer 2 switching, as well as Layer 3 IPv4/IPv6 routing."

http://extrcdn.extremenetworks.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/ExtremeXOS_Feature_License_Requirement...
IPv4 unicast routing, including static routes: All platforms that support the Edge, AdvancedEdge, and Core licenses (see the following table).
Regards Micha
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Andre Brits Kannemeyer

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Hi Alok

Yes this is a fully managed switch.

You can assign IP's to each vlan and then enbale "IP forwarding" to allow routing between vlans.

For more advance routing like OSPF you can add the "Advance Edge" license.

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Yes is manageable via CLI, Telnet, SSH and SNMP, the default XOS license is Edge that support.

•Layer 2 switching with Layer 2-Layer 4 QoS, EAPS-edge, STP, RSTP, PVST+, 802.1s, etc.
•Basic Layer 3 routing capability for IPv4/IPv6 with RIPv1, v2, RIPng

Upgradable 
Advanced Edge, AVB and OpenFlow

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CLaudio
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Does it Support VRRP?
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yes with advanced Edge XOS license
Supported Limits for Advanced Edge License

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