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4402 Network Routes

I am having a tough time with setting up the "Network Routes" on our 4402. I am trying to add our ohter subnets but I get the "gateway needs to be on the service port" message?

My Service Port interface is on a dot 3 so why when I add a dot 8 to the "Network Routes" would I put a dot 3 as the Gateway IP Address? the gatewy should be dot 8.

I also noticed that the Service Port is optional, perhaps I will not configure this for now?


Re: 4402 Network Routes

Perhaps it is because that the management and dynamic ports are actually on a switchport that it itself does not "understand" routing. You are basically trying to tell the controller to use the same physical interface for trunking and routing.

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Re: 4402 Network Routes

What i'm saying is if I add a dot 8 to the network routes the gateway HAS to be dot 8, not a dot 3 just because that is the subnet that the service-port is on.

How do I get around this?

Re: 4402 Network Routes

You may need to implement router(s) between the two in order to make the route tables meet your needs.

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