Good day everyone I have a quick question here...I thought in order for a vlan to route you would need to define that vlan on the switch. I went on my sw1 and saw an interface configured for vlan12 but when I looked to see if it was configured on the switch it wasn't
How is this working? I can do a show IP route and it knows its next hope which goes to sw2 then on to a ASA.
Sorry for the dumb question it was right in front of my face. Yes I when I do a sh vlan I see it there but when I do a sh inter vlan 12 it never showed up. It was in the database but no one ever defined it on the switch. Sorry for about that and thank you Edison for your help
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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