Re: 6500 series: Clients connect to vlans intermittently, or not
Being on the same module will not allow different VLANs to see each other. Here are your choices.
1. Purchase the appropriate MSFC card for your switch to perform multlilayer switching.
2. Purchase an external router to perfrom inter-VLAN routing (although I'm not sure if this is support on the 6000's.)
3. Bridge between the VLANs, which basically defeats the purpose of creating VLANs anyway, which is to create separate broadcast domains.
4. Put all of the ports in the same VLAN.
Remember, VLANs are implemented at layer 2 of the OSI model, along with switching/bridging. In order for traffic to move between VLANs, which should be separate IP subnets, you need a device that operates at layer 3 of the OSI model. That means a router (MSFC).
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