Question about VLAN Routing on SG200

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Mar 15th, 2012
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I know that the SG200 series has VLAN support but was wondering it would support VLAN routing within the switch itself.


Hypothetically if I wer eto configure the ports as following:


Ports 1-10 on VLAN 1

Ports 11-20 on VLAN 2

Ports 21-30 on VLAN 3


Can devices on all the ports talk to each other without needing to purchase additional networking equipment?


Thanks in advance for the help.

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David Hornstein Thu, 03/15/2012 - 23:06
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Hi Tony,


The 200's can segment traffic into VLANs, but IP switching between VLANs can be achieved on the SG300 series and the older Sx500 series switches.


regards Dave

tonynguyen1 Thu, 03/15/2012 - 23:33
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Thanks David.


If I go with the SG200, can I use the Cisco RV220W to route traffic between all the VLANS?

David Hornstein Fri, 03/16/2012 - 05:26
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Hi Tony,


That is a solution, use a VLAN aware router such as a RV220W  to route between the SG200 VLANs.


For your information, if you are a Cisco Partner, you should have access to the Rv220W GUI emulator.


This is a great page for you to check out the management interfaces for both the 200 series switches and the RV220W.


https://supportforums.cisco.com/community/netpro/small-business/onlinedemos


The RV220W is a vlan aware product that can work with four configured VLANs. Hopefully that is enough.



regards Dave

David Hornstein Mon, 03/19/2012 - 07:21
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Hi Tony,


I responded to that posting you referenced.


regards Dave

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