The DG will be the next hop for any IP traffic that doesn´t match the local network in the IP destination field. This is only for traffic originated or destinated to the switch. Not locally switched frames.
What I wanted to make clear is that in a switch (Layer 2), switched traffic will NOT be affected by the existance of the default gateway, or any other route. Instead, switching decitions will be based on MAC (typically destination) addresses.
I hope this didn´t make just noise for your question.
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