I want to use 3560G (SMI) for routing between two subnets. This is the only cisco switch we have on the network. Other switches are unmanaged netgear/3com. Currently windows 2003 server is doing routing between primary lan (192.168.2.x) and new subnet (192.168.11.x). Problem with current setup is that from 192.168.11.x subnet I can only cummunicate with clients on 192.168.2.x that has static route to new subnet and I can't go to the internet from new subnet. I added static route to our netscreen 25 firewall which is default gateway for primary lan(192.168.2.x), still can go out to internet but I can ping firewall 192.168.2.250 from any client on 192.168.11.x. This may be because of the way netscreen interfaces are configured(NAT or Route mode).
Bottom line is should I use 3560G switch to route traffic or buy a router? Need simple instructions.