I recently had to configure abovementioned router with Ethernet switch network module.
However, I do not seem te be able to route from a port (1/0 - 1/15) on the NM-16ESW module to the router ports (0/0 and 0/1).
Software is IP BASE 12.3 (5b)
I'm trying to connect local users to the NM-16ESW module (several ports per VLAN) and then perform both inter-VLAN routing and routing to the in-built router ports.
I did so by declaring the ports as "switchport mode access" and "switchport access vlan NNN" and then defining "interface vlan NNN" with "ip address XXX Mask". Can anyone declare what is wrong ? The command formats used are similar as for C3550 L3 switches.
Another attempt involved declaring a port on the NM-16ESW as a trunk port. "switchport mode trunk", "switchport encapsulation dot1q", "switchport trunk allowed vlan NNN" for several values.
When doing "show run" afterwards, the trunk characteristics had all disappeared.
As it is the first time that I try to configure ports on such a module, I am not sure whether I'm using the correct commands, or that the software is supporting these features.
I too am going to have the configuration that was specified in this question. Although the document you specified has all the questions, I am very new at this and need to route between networks I create on the switch. Do you have a example of the code to accomplish this?
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