Ok, so I created vlan 92 on my 6500 and created vlan interface 92 on the 6500 as well with an IP of 192.168.92.252 255.255.255.0
I then created vlan interface 92 on each 4948 switch giving switch b the ip 192.168.92.251 and switch c the ip 192.168.92.250. I then set the ip default-gateway on both switch b and c to 192.168.92.252. The results were:
- All switches can see one another
- The rest of my network can see 192.168.92.252 on the 6500 but cannot see 192.168.92.251 or 92.250.
- I can use 192.168.92.252 as my point of entry for access to switch b and c - but is this the expected result or should the rest of my devices on the network be able to see the IPs setup on switches B and C as well?
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