I know this is probably a fairly simple solution, but I have limited Cisco XP
What I have setup is about 20 various switches with 2 Vlans. Unfortunately the gateway router
only has a single interface for me to use so I the vlans on subinterface 0/0.1 and 0/0.2 and I am
using the ip-helper to grab DHCP for both vlans from a Windows server. The trunking and tagging
all seems to be working. Setting access port to Vlan 2 I am grabbing the an address from the
correct DHCP pool.
One subnet is 22.214.171.124 (dont ask, it was here when I got here) and the other is 172.16.0.0, I need
to make sure these vlans cannot talk to one another. One is going to be used for a public wireless
and I dont want them to be able to access any resources on our LAN. Since they are on the same
interface, is there anyway to prevent inter-vlan routing?