Within the next few weeks i'll be setting up trunking between my Switches and to the Router to work with ROAS. I'll also be looking into routing between VLANS but i dont have enough machines to stick in each VLAN to ping and test. I know of the 'no keepalive' on a ethernet interface on a router but no sure how i can acomplish this on a switch on a VLAN.
I guess this must be possible but i dont have the kit yet to play around with, its on route.
Well yes - you could use 2 x routers, and 1 x switch.
Use the switch as the layer 3 device, and create various vlans. The on the 2 routers, create layer 3 interfaces - some on one router, some on the other and run a routing protocol or just static routes to config pings?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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