Have a Cisco 3550 switch that I am trying to set up with two VLANs in addition to the management VLAN.
VLAN2 is for data and has a DHCP scope assigned to it.
VLAN3 is for voice and has a DHCP scope assigned to it.
Port 17 has been tagged as VLAN2, and the devices plugged into that port do receive their DHCP provisioning appropriately, but those devices cannot access the Internet.
All other devices plugged into any other ports -- members of the default management VLAN, can get to the Internet.
Obviously, the 3550 itself can also access the Internet and all internal devices.
To me, this seems like an inter-VLAN routing issue since devices in VLAN2 are not able to route through the management VLAN. I have checked the config and I believe I have programmed the 3550 to allow inter-VLAN routing.
I am attaching the config file.
Anyone have any suggestions?