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3550: When 2 use VLAN INT vrs.Routed Port

Greetings and thank you,

Under what circumstaces would you use a 'routed port' instead of a logical Layer 3 VLAN interface on the 3350?

I am particularly interested in the following implications:

1. General architectural issues.

2. Security issues

3. CPU issues

4. Memory issues

If the explanations are to lengthy for the forum I will be happy to study at any focused links you can suggest.

Best Regards,

Art

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Re: 3550: When 2 use VLAN INT vrs.Routed Port

A SVI(routed port) represents a VLAN of switch ports as one interface to the routing or bridging function in the system. When you wish to route between VLANs, fallback-bridge nonroutable protocols between VLANs, or to provide IP host connectivity to the switch only, you have to configure an SVI for that VLAN.

Please refer the following doc for more information..

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/473/145.html

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