I would like to communicate between VLAN's on my switch configuration but unfortunately I can't do the following:
- ping between vlans (my default gateways on each host are correct)
- from a VLAN that is not the native VLAN 1 i can not access the internet router on port 1 but can from the native VLAN.
I noticed that via the CLI, I can see the routes created as ports are activated. for example:
S 0.0.0.0/0 [1/1] via 192.168.1.1 0:13:10 vlan 1
C 192.168.1.0/24 is directly connected vlan 1
C 192.168.30.0/24 is directly connected vlan 30
C 192.168.40.0/24 is directly connected vlan 40
Unfortunately I can not see them in the Web UI for the switch. I understand that they are supposed to be automatically updated in the UI.
also...Show arp output:
VLAN Interface IP address HW address status
--------------------- --------------- ------------------- ---------------
vlan 1 gi1/1/1 192.168.1.1 e0:5f:b9:0c:c6:d6 dynamic
vlan 1 gi1/1/9 192.168.1.4 f4:ce:46:fe:d7:0d dynamic
vlan 1 gi1/1/10 192.168.1.91 f4:6d:04:41:e7:a6 dynamic
vlan 30 gi1/1/14 192.168.30.11 00:04:4b:17:34:a3 dynamic
vlan 40 gi1/1/8 192.168.40.92 00:d0:b7:6b:49:14 dynamic
Any suggestions on what setting to adjust to get this working?
Hi Roger, the switch has handled the intervlan routing completely. The issue you're experiencing is the second and third subnet has no path back to the switch. When the traffic is egress from the switch port, it will make it to the router. However, the router does not know how to send it back to the switch as it doesn't know where that subnet belongs. So, this means you need to configure the router with the trunk and tags or add a static route on the router directing the 192.168.30.x and 192.168.40.x traffic to the vlan interface of the switch.