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how to use different Vlans outside another gateway in sg-300 28?

dear all

how shall i use different vlans outside another gateway in sg-300 28?

Example:

vlan2 192.168.2.0/24 gateway 192.168.2.1 outside router gateway 192.168.2.254

vlan3 192.168.3.0/24 gateway 192.168.3.1 outside router gateway 192.168.3.254

should me doing in sg-300 28?

thanks.

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Re: how to use different Vlans outside another gateway in sg-300

Hi Amin,

  • Leave the switch in Layer 2 mode 

  • Cable  VLAN2  to the to the outside router gateway 192.168.2.254 interface

  • cable  VLAN3  to the to the outside router gateway 192.168.3.254 interface

diagram.jpg

Excuse the rough diagram

Make the port going to the outside router gateway,  untagged in the vlans they will be transporting. (I am assuming that the router gateway is not vlan aware.)

IP hosts will most likely get DHCP from the router gateway.  The IP hosts will then automatically send IP traffic to the router gateway.

VLAN 1 in my switch,  could  then be the only interface within the switch  that has a IP address associated  with it,  for management purposes.

I can see from you post,  that English is not your first language,  if you want to speak to someone,  you can ask a question by going to;

www.cisco.com/go/sbsc

regards Dave

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