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SF 300-24 inter VLAN routing

I have a CISCO SF 300-24, layer 2 switch. I have configured first 10 ports as VLAN 10, second 10 as VLAN 20 and rest as VLAN 30. There are three PCs on VLAN 10 and three on VLAN 20. I want one PC on VLAN 10 (IP: 193.156.26.111 mask: 255.255.255.0) to be able to communicate with one on VLAN 20, so I added the IP of the PC on VLAN 20 to access list with following settings:

 

ACL name: ACL1

priority: 1

action: permit

protocol: Any (IP)

source address: User defined

source IP address value: 193.156.26.111

source wild card mask: 0.0.0.0

Destination IP address: Any

Type of service: Any

 

Then I bound this ACL to the interface of the PC on VLAN 10 with following settings:

 

permit any: Enable

 

But still I cannot ping one PC from another. What else do I need to do to make them both communicate with each other..?!

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Hi Amna, the VLANS will not

Hi Amna, the VLANS will not communicate with each other on the switch in layer 2 mode. This will require layer 3 mode on the switch OR whatever connects to the switch to route the VLANS for you.

-Tom Please mark answered for helpful posts http://blogs.cisco.com/smallbusiness/
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