I'm considering buying the SGE2010 48 port switch. Does anyone know if it can do layer 3 switching? In the administration guide I find references to static routing and VLAN interfaces. But the guide doesn't come out and say "you can do routing like this".
Personally, If I want a SB stacked Layer 3 switch solution, the SG500 series or even the SG300 series (if stacking not a requirement) switches are great switches. The SG300 screen capture below, shows it does come static routing as you can see from a screen capture. But when you add a Vlan to the switch and add a device and a IP address in the associated port, a interface route is automatically created so that Layer 3 switching will occur between VLANs.
The SGx00 series are a couple of generation ahead of the SGE2010 in terms of features and functionality.
SG300 series are a teremndous (non stackable)switch family that can Layer 3 switch between multiple vlans. Just had a software update last week, that expanded the featureset available to our partners and their end users.
Both the 300 and 500 series offer a piece of mind warranty as well.
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