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vlan routing

I have a scenario (topology attached ) 

 

Current setup:

 all vlan defined on sw1 .If any unknown route Sw1 will give to sw2 .Sw2 will give to firewall FW2 . fw2 will give to r2

Required : 

 

 all vlan except vlan 10  (indicated in green)  has to go to fw1 for unnown route  and go out side  through R1

Other vlan should remain same like i said in current setup 

 

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You want an easy task or you

You want an easy task or you want a complicated one? 

 

Easy answer is to define where your default-gateway is located.   So for GREEN, you put your default gateway in R1 only.  The rest in R2.  

 

You want a complicated task, it's called Policy-Based Routing (PBR).

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All the vlans are on the sw1

All the vlans are on the sw1 (distribution ) and sw2 is core , 

Is it a good idea GREEN vlans are direcltly going to the firewall 

Bronze

When you say 'all vlans are

When you say 'all vlans are on sw1' do you mean as in layer 3?

Also 'unknown route Sw1 will give to sw2' do you mean via static routing?

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