Routing between VLANS
Posted on 2004-09-18
Ok Here is the scenerio,
I am converting a school from a flat class c public IP range to a vlan'd private IP setup. I am using a cisco 3600 router to do my routing between vlans. To try and minimize the impact to the school I am trying to do a phased conversion. I have configured my sub interfaces on my router fastethernet port in the following manner
ip address 204.xx.xx.65
ip adress 10.40.1.1 secondary
ip address 10.40.10.1
I have additional entries such as the dhcp helper address and on my dhcp server I have the default gateway for the subnets set to the ip address on the sub interface.
On the 204.xx.xx.xx network is a server that I have shares setup on for an eduactional program.
The issue is once I place the ports in the new vlans I get my ip address, gateway information and dns and wins servers information on the client ok but when I try to browse to the shares on the server in the 204 network I cannot see them. I have to manually put in the 204.xx.xx.65 gateway address on the client in the 10.xx network to see the shares,which tells me I have a routing issue. but not sure where to go from here?
Thanks for your help