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Can someone help me configure VLANs in a switch 800 series ??I created a VLAN 'phone' in addition to the VLAN 'default' but I can not figure out how to make them communicate.

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Userlevel 6
Hi I believe this should help you: http://youtu.be/SFn-9fdEOv0 Search on youtube for 800 vlan configuration Regards Zdenek
Userlevel 7
Make sure to configure the GVRP port settings or it will not work....

https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/How_To/How-to-Assign-a-Port-To-a-Vlan-on-the-800-...
ok, I configured the vlan but how can I do to communicate the two vlan ??
Userlevel 6
If you need to communicate between VLANs, you need routing and configure default gateway on the endsystems to use the ip address of the vlan interface. Routing is supported on 800series. I do not have screenshots with me 😞
I'm sorry... what you mean by 'endsystems' ?? Thank you
Userlevel 7
I don't think that the 800series could route - AFAIK you'd only configure one IP for mgmt of the switch but not different VLAN interfaces.

https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/Q_A/Does-the-800-Series-support-Layer-3-switching
Can you tell me the steps to enable VLAN to communicate ??
Userlevel 6
Ron wrote:

I don't think that the 800series could route - AFAIK you'd only configure one IP for mgmt of the switch but not different VLAN interfaces.

https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/Q_A/Does-the-800-Series-support-Layer-3-switching

Based on datasheet it does support routing. It does have Routing section... It is quite confusing.
I have 2 VLAN (dafault, phone).'Default' has the interface ip 192.168.253.22 gateway with firewall (192.168.253.1)
'Phone' has Cooma interface ip 192.168.250.1

I created a static route 192.168.253.1 with 192.168.250.0/24 gateway but not working
Userlevel 5
Hello Losi,

The 800 - as already established - supports static routing.

Forwarding should be enabled by default.

I think we can help you out - but the configuration info given is confusing.

Can you label a simple diagram with addresses, gateway etc?

Stick figure simple. xx-----XX-----x or something similar? We should be able to clear up some of the muddle.

This

static route 192.168.253.1 with 192.168.250.0/24 gateway

seems wrong. but much depends on what was intended.

If you can describe what you would like to have happen for routing (vs the route statement above) I'm sure the community can help.

By the way, is the route being entered into the 800 series?

Regards,

Mike

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