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Intervlan Routing

I am doing routing on a stick. I have three subinterfaces defined in my router config. Sub1 = 10.10.1.0, Sub2 = 10.10.2.0, Sub3 = 10.10.3.0, and I am trunking between the router and the switch using dot1Q. My question is do I need to have a routing protocol to do intervlan routing or are these sub interfaces considered directly connected networks and therefore the routing protocol is not required? Thanks...AC

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Re: Intervlan Routing

Hi Arnold

There is no requirement for a routing protocol to implement intervlan routing.

Best Regards,

Michael

Re: Intervlan Routing

Hi,

Michael said it right no need of routing protocols.

You too have said it right the interface ip address range will be directly connected.

Hope this helps,

Regards,

Pravin

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