I am 99% certain that my design will work but just wanted to pose the question to you guys to confirm as I don't have a test lab!
I have a remote site that I have a Cisco 3560 - 24 Port switch installed with IP Services. At present it is a L2 switch only. I want to enable the L3 functionality of the switch. From what I have read the task is accomplished by executing the 'IP ROUTING' command?
Connected to the switch I have two L2 WAN circuits. Everything is in VLAN32.
The WAN circuits are connected to two VLAN sub-interfaces of my Fortigate firewall solution. This has been confirmed to be working. At the HQ site the IP address is 192.168.32.2 and at the DR site the ip address is 192.168.32.3
Behind the HQ interface I have several servers that I want to connect to from devices attached to the Cisco switch. They are 192.168.40.60 and 192.168.40.59
At the DR site I have another network 192.168.31.x/24 that I want to connect to via the 3560, so my plan is the following:
1) enable ip routing on the 3560 switch
2) add a static route to 192.168.40.59 via 192.168.32.2
3) add a static route to 192.168.40.59 via 192.168.32.2
4) add a static route to 192.168.31.x/24 via 192.168.32.3
I then plan to add static routes on the 40.59 and 40.60 devices to get back to the 192.168.32.x network via 192.168.32.2
The Fortigate policies will handle the traffic, etc.
Is this all I need to do on the Cisco switch?