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Old 02-04-2013, 07:30 PM
bikhwa bikhwa is offline
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Default VSP9000 inter VLAN routing

Hi,

Was looking for some suggestion/help on this. We few servers having VLAN 82, 83 and 84. Let say we have seomthing like this.


Machine-A
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1) VLAN 82 (act as default gw)
2) VLAN 83

Machine-B
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1) VLAN 82 (act as default gw)
2) VLAN 83
3) VLAN 84

Machine B have extra VLAN 84 on it. In order to go to Machine-B from A, the network guys told us to put static route of VLAN 84 inside Machine A. It works. But the question is, could this be handle by VSP9000 instead?
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Old 09-17-2013, 11:58 PM
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Hi, the problem description is not clear.

I am not sure how have you assigned multiple VLANs to single machine. Do they have multiple NIC cards?

Now if the question is of Inter VLAN routing on VSP 9K then it is very much supported.

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RV
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