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Cisco 3550 Switch Default Gateway

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Hi,

Does anyone know if it's possible to configure a default gateway for the switch to use.

I'm trying to telnet into the switch, but it's IP address is on a different subnet and I can't connect to it.

If the default gateway option is not possible (it is on 3com switches), then what is the best solution?
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Hi
use the  "ip default-gateway <IP of router>" command under the global configuration mode.

switch(config)# ip default-gateway  <IP of router>
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thats the trick.

i was trying to configure the vlan1 interface and not do it globally.

worked a treat.

thanks.
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