I am trying to route communications between two vlans. Vlan10 is a DMZ and only accepts http traffic to the reverse proxy. VLAN4 is internal and only houses my webservers. Now I need to route data between the two VLANs to make the reverse proxy feature work. I know that VLANs as a standard do not route between each other without a router. My question is can the 3750 route the VLANs w/o a router and if so how? Also if this can be accomplished using the PIX that would be even better.
I have enabled ip routing and configured the VLANs with addresses. I can ping the VLANs from the switch but cannot ping VLAN10 from VLAN4 or VLAN4 from VLAN10 using the webservers. I used the sh ip route command and can see the routes.
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