I need start with a VLAN/Layer3 implementation in a quite big site currently completely flat. (only layer2 switch in place)
In order to reduce and segment the impact for this upgrade it's possible using a Cat4006 with EngineIII to start with a 5 IP-subnet in the same Vlan.
In this way the local routing will work fine between the local 5 subnet? The only bad is that I loose the benefit of the VLAN isolation or there is other problem.Then step by step we will procede creating the other 4 VLAN and moving on it the own subnet.
i had to migrate a flat network where the routing was done by a linux server have 3 nics when i implemented vlans i had to use proxy arp as linux couldnt be removed from the network as the users logged into the linux server to use the network i m not doing any routing i just have a default gatewar for the linux server u could try the same use proxy arp
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