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E5500 VLAN routing

 
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E5500 VLAN routing

Hello,

I hope you can help me after pulling my hair out for two days!

 

From the ISP I have range of 83.244.170.192 /26 subnet 255.255.255.192

Gateway is 83.244.170.193

Usables .194 - .254 inclusive

 

i will plug this in to port 1 of the E5500

 

static route is 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 83.244.170.193

 

I will be creating VLAN subnets for each of the ports to access the internet, they will look like this

 

VLAN 197

83.244.170.196 - destination

83.244.170.197 - 

83.244.170.198 - 

83.244.170.199  -broadcast

 

VLAN 197 assigned to port 1/0/2

 

Basic ethernet router plugged in to port 1/0/2 with an IP of 83.244.170.198 and gateway of 83.244.170.197

Vlan 201 will be:

83.244.170.200 - destination

83.244.170.201 - 

83.244.170.202 - 

83.244.170.203  -broadcast

 

VLAN 201 assigned to port 1/0/3

 

Basic ethernet router plugged in to port 1/0/3 with an IP of 83.244.170.202 and gateway of 83.244.170.201

 

and so on until I have used all of the addresses.

 

Very simple, each vlan has access to the internet on gateway 83.244.170.193

 

None of the VLAN's can access the internet, what have I missed?

 

Any help and pointing in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.

 

Many thanks

 

Bruce

 

 

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Re: E5500 VLAN routing

Check if vlan tagging / untagging is proper between uplink ports 

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Re: E5500 VLAN routing

@network_king
the OP wrote 7 Years ago...you arrived a bit too late.