My 3550 software configuration guide release 12.1 (13) page 4-10 shows a ip default-gateway cmd. When I go to my vlan interface and type IP there is no default-gateway cmd listed. The cmd ref guide for os 12.1(13) does not list any type of ip default-gateway command. The 3550 displays the ip
default-gateway cmd when at exec mode, but it notes that it is not needed if the 3550 is configured to route with ip the same as the 3550 software configuration guide does. When I use the ip default-gateway in the exec mode it does not display when I use the sh ip route with an * by it to note it as a default-gateway and it does work for my users to when needed.
I got the ip default-gateway to work and display in the sh ip route by using the exec command "ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.254". Is this the correct way to do this? I realy would like to assign this default-gateway to just one of my vlan interfaces the way the "3550 software configuration guide" shows it on page 4-10.
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