Problem with L3 Routing on 3560G

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Jul 9th, 2008

I work for a school system whose ISP provides routing from a switch on their end we have 35 locations set up as vlans on that switch. I want to break up the private class B address given to us by our ISP. Can I do this without involving a router? All locations have a Cisco 3560G switch at the center of a star topology. So far, the switch provides DHCP and DNS info to clients. I can get InterVLAN routing to work, but I cannot get clients to get outside internet access.

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Correct Answer by Mark Yeates about 8 years 5 months ago

I think the problem that you have is that the 3560G does not do NAT. You will need to get a router to do the NATing for you.

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Mark Yeates Wed, 07/09/2008 - 14:05

I think the problem that you have is that the 3560G does not do NAT. You will need to get a router to do the NATing for you.

Mark

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