We have one SGE2000P switch that we are testing in Layer 3. We have a very simple configuration with some vlans that we want to route to our corporate network, but I want to test if there is actually traffic coming out from the up-link port first.
1- Created the vlans:
VLAN1: 10.10.1.12 /16 (native)
VLAN10: 172.16.10.1 /24
VLAN20: 192.168.0.1 /24
2- Assigned ports to VLans:
Port g3 is in Vlan 10
Port g22 is in Vlan 20
Port g1 is by default on Vlan 1 (native)
3 - Connected PCs to Vlans:
PC connected at g3 has Vlan 10 IP as gateway (172.16.10.1)
PC connected at g22 has Vlan 20 IP as gateway (192.168.0.1)
4 - Looks like intervlan routing is working 'cause both PCs can ping each other.
5 - I added a default route to another testing machine's IP, ie, 0.0.0.0 /0 10.10.0.1 connected to port g1, but the ping doesn't work.
Now the questions:
1 - How can I test if there is traffic being routed to port g1 from the vlans ???
2 - What else do I need to add in the switch config to take traffic out from the vlans to Port g1 ???
In order for a vlan to be active, you will have to have something connected to a port on that vlan. In this case you should be able to add a PC to port g1 and set it to be 10.10.1.1 with gateway of 10.10.1.12.
If you are looking to add a router in place as the main way out to the internet, you will:
have to have the router IP be 10.10.1.1
add a static route in the router for each subnet pointing back to 10.10.1.12
With the ip route already in there for 0.0.0.0 to 10.10.1.1, you should be able to get online.
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