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HP 5406, vlan routing issues

John Bilm
Occasional Visitor

HP 5406, vlan routing issues

HP 5406, asa 5510

Is it possible to route between vlans via static routes and not turning on the 'ip routing' feature?

I am trying to route between 2 VLANs on the 5406 with the following static routes:

ip route 172.90.0.0/16 vlan 101
ip route 172.91.0.0/16 vlan 102


vlan 101: ip address 172.91.0.1/16
vlan 102: ip address 172.90.0.1/16
1 REPLY
hiskia
Occasional Advisor

Re: HP 5406, vlan routing issues

No. If you want your switch to route between this vlans you need a "ip routing" command in your config.

As long as you don't turn on RIP, OSPF or something like that, it is just static routing. You don't need the commands

ip route 172.90.0.0/16 vlan 101
ip route 172.91.0.0/16 vlan 102

The switch knows about that if it has a correct ip address in the vlan.