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3com Superstack 3250 - VLan creation

Okay.

    I have been batting this for a few days now.   I have Vlan 1 - which is 10.10.10.x and vlan 2 which is 10.52.50.x.. now with these two vlan's they shared 10.10.10.5 as a gateway.   Now how do I go about in a Superstack 3250 to create an ip route to the gateway, 10.10.10.5.   I can ping both ethernet interfaces and I have internet access from Vlan1.  I cannot get Vlan 2, to goto the gateway.

Any ideas?
Mike
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ITDharamCommented:
Telnet to your switch.

Go to:

Protocol>IP>Route>Add and then follow the simple steps.  If you do a route summary it should look like this.

Default Route   --              --     10.10.10.5     Indirect Static     --
10.10.10.0      255.255.255.0   1      10.10.10.x      Direct   Local      1
10.52.50.0      255.255.255.0   1      10.52.50.x      Direct   Local      2

The two IPx ending in X should be IPs assigned to your SS3250

If this doesn't do the trick, and you past a route summary, and also provide the IP addresses you assigned to your switch for each VLAN?

Thanks,
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Eagleeye55Author Commented:
Select menu option (protocol/ip/route): add
Enter IP address: 10.52.50.0
Enter subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Enter gateway IP address: 10.52.50.1
Enter route metric (1-16)[1]: 1

Fail to add the specified route.

Select menu option (protocol/ip/route):

any ideas??  here is the current summary, which the switch created on its own.  It will not let me remove either entry to add the new entries in????

Destination     Subnet Mask      Metric    Gateway          Status
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Default Route   --               --        10.10.10.2       static
10.10.0.0       255.255.0.0      1         --               local
10.52.50.0      255.255.255.0    1         --               local

Select menu option (protocol/ip/route):
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ITDharamCommented:
Is 10.10.10.5 a router?

Can you past the route statements from that as well?

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Eagleeye55Author Commented:
Actually I ended up finding that a every port on the router must be part of one untagged Vlan... After I created another VLAN, leaving it all untagged, I could create my routes and such.

Mike
I will give ITDharam, the points, because he helped get me on the right track.
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