I have a Cisco 3925 router with a SM-ES3G-16-P Etherswitch module. In order for me to access it, I need to put an IP address on the phyiscal interface its attached to. Then I can access it via the service-module command.
My question is -- does it matter what address I give it? Does it need to be a legitimate management address on my network so that I can access it directly from another switch? Or do I always need to go through the router and issue the service-module command? If I do need to always go through the router, I should just be able to give it a 10.10.10.1 address and that should be enough, right?
Thanks Reza...one more question. how does the switch module actually talk to the 3925 router? Through port 17 or 18? If so, do I need to configure those interfaces as routed ports within the same subnet? Or are they just trunks? All connections within the switching module would need to talk to outside devices.
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