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Multiple Subnets on Native VLAN (MX Firewall)

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Multiple Subnets on Native VLAN (MX Firewall)

Hi all,

 

I have a subnet that I need to specify but can't since duplicate VLAN IDs are not allowed. I need subnets 10.0.0.0/12 and 10.41.0.0/23 to be on default native VLAN.

 

The issue is I have static routes set that sits in between those two subnets (subnets 10.34.0.0/16, 10.35.0.0/16, etc).

 

How can I tackle this?

 

Thanks for any advice you all can offer

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Re: Multiple Subnets on Native VLAN (MX Firewall)

@nixnexus Why can you now have the two subnets on separate VLANs?  Having two subnets on one VLAN, though possible for a number of simple network devices, is highly not recommended as it will not operate as you anticipate on many more complex devices.

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Re: Multiple Subnets on Native VLAN (MX Firewall)

You can't do this.

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