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is there a way to skip the host route limit

Peter Andersén
Occasional Advisor

is there a way to skip the host route limit

Hi.
I have an 9315 that does all my routing, but i want to be able to route all traffice thru two different subnet up to a 2626 all the repsone that comes from the server behind the 2626 is destinated for my 9315 so i do not want to route locally in the switch more then push the packet forward to 9315.
If do this setup we end up with host route table full.
My question is there not just port forwarding that does skip the build up of cam entries since all packets are destinated to the 9315.
I see no need for CAM use since all packets should go and be routed thru the 9315.

Regards
Peter Andersén
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Matt Hobbs
Honored Contributor

Re: is there a way to skip the host route limit

If I understand this right, then what I would do is _not_ enable routing on the 2626, just configure the VLANs required on it, and tag the uplink back to the 9315 which needs to have the same VLAN ID's configured on that port.

That way the 2626 will just switch it's packets back to the 9315 which will do the routing.