The existing VLAN before--VLAN 1 can connect now to VLAN 2. After doing all your suggestions, I still cannot ping from VLAN 1 to VLAN 2 because the default-gateways of switches in and hosts in VLAN 1 is pointed to the router's FastEth interface. Since this vLAN is already existing, and it would be impractical to change all hosts' default-gateway setting, I added a default route in the router for the new VLAN:
ip route (VLAN2 subnet) (subnetmask) (L3 switch's FastEth interface)
is this just OK? since after doing this set-up, both VLANS can now communicate bidirectionally.
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