I am having 3750 series switch and with this switch 3 servers are connected and these servers are in different IP range. With this 3750 switch 3 ring networks are also connected these ring networks contains clients with are accessing servers. These clients are also in the same IP range as of their corresponding server IP range. All these server and clients are in VLAn1. now i have to separte these rings in different vlans.
If you want to seperate them in different vlan then do you also want clients from different vlans accessing servers in different vlan or simply clients in one vlan should access servers in their vlan?
If you want clients in same vlan to access servers ins ame vlan then you do not need any inter vlan routing but if you want servers from different vlans should be accessible from clients in different vlan then you need inter vlan routing.
First create vlans at layer 2 on your switch
Perform the same commands for number of vlans which you want on your switch.
Once you have created these vlans at layer 2 check via "sh vlan" command. Once done you can create logical interface for those vlans for routing purpose.
Switch(config-if)#ip address x.x.x.x x.x.x.x
Perform the same commands for all vlans you want routing to be enabled and once done assign your clients in respective vlans with gateway ip address what you configured for your logical interfaces.
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