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How to enable inter-VLAN routing in EXOS

Information
Title
How to enable inter-VLAN routing in EXOS
Objective How to enable inter-VLAN routing in EXOS
Environment
 EXOS all
 Summit
 BlackDiamond
Procedure 1. Configure an IP address on each VLAN that is participating in routing
 configure vlan <vlan_name> ipaddress <ip_address>/<subnet_mask>
2. Enable IP forwarding on each VLAN
 enable ipforwarding vlan <vlan_name>
3. Make sure port's are configured as untagged for end devices (PC's).
 configure vlan <vlan_name> add ports <port-list> untagged
4. Check PC's NIC configuration for:
 correct IP address
 correct subnet mask
 correct default gateway

Please note that inter-VLAN routing is not supported on the Summit X430 platform.
Additional notes Example:
In this example, we will create two VLANs on a switch that can communicate with each other. Port 1 will be
VLAN v10 untagged, and port 2 will be in VLAN v20 untagged. Inter-VLAN routing or "ipforwarding" will be
enabled on both VLANs. When done, both PC's should be able to ping their gateways and each
other. Example PC configurations are provided.

Switch configuration:
# remove ports 1 and 2 from default vlan
configure vlan default delete port 1-2
#
#create vlan v10 with a 802.1q tag of 10
create vlan v10 tag 10
#apply IP address to vlan v10
configure vlan v10 ipaddress 10.10.10.1/24
#add port 1 untagged to VLAN v10
configure vlan v10 add port 1 untagged
#
#create vlan v20 with a 802.1q tag of 20
create vlan v20 tag 20
#apply IP address to vlan v20
configure vlan v20 ipaddress 20.20.20.1/24
#add port 2 untagged to VLAN v10
configure vlan v20 add port 2 untagged
#enable inter-VLAN routing on vlan v10 and v20
enable ipforwarding vlan v10
enable ipforwarding vlan v20

PC on port 1 configuration:
IP address: 10.10.10.10
subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
default gateway: 10.10.10.1

PC on port 2 configuration:
IP address: 20.20.20.20
subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
default gateway: 20.20.20.1