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Link vlan between 2 SG200 switches

Hi,

Trying to figure this one out...

I have 2 SG200 50port switches connected together by fibre modules on port 50. The fibre is linking the switches between different buildings.

I'm hoping to create the following connection route...

Device -- SG200 Switch B Port 25 -- SG200 Switch B Fibre Port 50    ---Fibre Cable Between Buildings---    SG200 Switch A Fibre Port 50 -- SG200 Switch A Port 25 -- Cisco RV320 Router Port 3

All ports are on the same vlan (20), untagged.

Ultimately I'm trying to achieve a direct connection between 'Device' and 'RV320 router port 3', and have 'Device' pick up the DHCP configured for port 3's vlan (20).

I've tried different configs of tagged and untagged, but no luck.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks

 

 

 

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Hi Tregothnan. My name is

Hi

 

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Hi Iamael,Thanks for getting

Hi Iamael,

Thanks for getting back to me.

Only ports 25 and 50 on both SG200 switches are on vlan20. All other ports are on the default vlan.

I can't seem to achieve 20U on those 4 ports... only 20UP. The tick box to disable PVID is greyed out.

Is the SG200 capable of routing vlan traffic between ports? Or would an SG300 L3 switch be required?

Many thanks

 

Hi  Tregothnan,Regarding your

Hi  Tregothnan,

Regarding your question for the inter-Vlan routing, yes we need Sx300 or Sx500 ... L3 Capability because Sx200 only Layer 2 

Thanks

Mehdi

 

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