Inter-VLAN Routing

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NC_Chris
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Inter-VLAN Routing

I thought MS120, MS210, MS225 since they are all L2 switches they cannot do inter-vlan routing.  After one of our architects was saying it can do static routes so it has to be able to do inter-vlan routing.  These 3 switches cannot do inter-vlan routing and must use a L3 switch, MX, or router for the inter-vlan routing right?

 

I know dumb question but not I'm heavily second guessing myself. 

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cmr
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Re: Inter-VLAN Routing

@NC_Chris We have a stack of MS210s at our HQ with 16 VLAN interfaces and they route just fine, we also have added a static route.  The only things that they cannot do is run a DHCP server or participate in dynamic routing.

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UCcert
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Re: Inter-VLAN Routing

Hi @NC_Chris 

 

You can't do static routing on the MS120's but you can on the MS210 and MS225's.  Whilst you can create L3 interfaces you can't undertake L3 routing on them.

 

I would opt to utilise a L3 switch or MX to undertake the inter-lan routing.  

Darren O'Connor | uccert.co.uk
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cmr
Kind of a big deal
Kind of a big deal

Re: Inter-VLAN Routing

@NC_Chris We have a stack of MS210s at our HQ with 16 VLAN interfaces and they route just fine, we also have added a static route.  The only things that they cannot do is run a DHCP server or participate in dynamic routing.

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