I've the below scenario, and just wondering can it be done :
3 VLANs, VLAN A (10.1.1.0/24), VLAN B (10.1.2.0/24) and VLAN C (10.1.3.0/24), with the limitations :
- VLAN B & VLAN C can communicate to VLAN A and vice-versa
- members in VLAN B and VLAN C cannot communicate with each other
- each VLAN will have L3 ip address as above
I know PVLAN can performed on first 2 points, but I can't find anthing on the last point, where I can define L3 ip address for all the 3 VLANS.
Yes it does - as far as I know/remember you can have only one vlan with a layer 3 IP address, normally used for management. The metro version is a layer2 switch and layer3 combined. What is your exact model??
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