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    Default How do you assign default gateway to a specific vlan ?

    Using a 2950 switch...How does that work.
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    You can only configure a default gateway for the switch itself, which should be in the same subnet as the active 'VLAN interface' /management VLAN, so you can use Telnet, TFTP etc from and to devices not in the same subnet.
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    Default Re: How do you assign default gateway to a specific vlan ?

    Quote Originally Posted by kenny504
    Using a 2950 switch...How does that work.
    I thought about the same thing when configuring multiple VLANS on a switch and having a trunk link to a router. You need to utilize sub-interfaces on the router interface linked to your 2950 sw, set the encap on each sub-int and beside each encap set the vlan-ID. An excellent cisco article on inter-vlan routing which includes examples:

    http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/473/50.shtml#801.1Q

    That will help you. Enjoy

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