Hi, I have two switches connect by a 3 port grouping. On each side, there is a vlan called Dedicated and the group is tagged 200 on each side.
One switch is an X450a-48t, this is connected to the outside world and has other networks etc. connected to it. The second switch is an X440-48t which is only connected via the 3 port group to the X450a-48t.
I have configured the IP address of the "Dedicated" vlan on the X440 side with an IP address x.x.x.1/24, this IP is pingable and accessable from the internet.
This "Dedicated" vlan is set up as a supervlan on the X440. I have a subvlan configured called "subvlan1" which is a subvlan of "Dedicated". "subvlan1" is set as a loopback vlan and has a server connected to it.
I have configured addresses from the x.x.x.0/24 range of the supervlan on the server, but the server has no external access past the gateway x.x.x.1/24. I can ping the gateway, but nothing beyond it.
The X450 also cannot ping the address of the server.
I am looking for help in getting the server connected to the subvlan to be accessable past the gateway. Can anyone help?
I can remove the server from the subvlan and connect it directly to the "Dedicated" vlan, and it works perfectly. However I want to be able to use the subvlan-address-range feature to restrict IP access on the server if possible.