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I am about to purchase a Cisco 3750 layer 3 switch to segment my LAN.  What is the difference between LAN BASE and IP BASE?
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Lan base is typically for L2 switches and it doesn't support routing. IP Base supports routing - static and RIP. If you want to use dynamic IP routing protocols (EIGRP, OSPF), you will need IP Services.
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GREAT!!  Thx
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