I have just inheirted a pair of two legged (bridged) CSS11506 (software version 07.50.1.03). My goal is to enable ip communication between two vlans ( Vlan X [172.25.2.0/24] , and Vlan Y[192.168.34.0/24] where CSS sits).
The question is would it be ok if I add an static route entry on CSS to redirect traffics to Vlan X via Cisco3550 (without passing thru CSS)? Servers in Vlan X need not be handeled by CSS in Vlan Y.
It is because if doing so the traffics initiated from Vlan X would not pass thru CSS, but the return traffics from Vlan Y would..would this cause problem with CSS?
Vlan X :192.168.34.252 / 24
Vlan Y :172.25.2.252 / 24
Vlan X : 192.168.34.253 /24
FW : 192.168.34.254 /24
ip route 172.25.2.0/24 192.168.34.252
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.34.254
Vlan X > Cisco3550(intervlan routing) > Vlan Y
Return traffic :
Vlan Y > CSS11506 > Cisco3550(intervlan routing) > Vlan X
I hope I made myself clear, I have more detailed diagram available if needed.
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