I have a Cisco Catalyst WS-2960-24TT and from my understanding this switch can only do layer 2. Anyway, what make me confused is I can create SVIs for my vlan10 and vlan20 on this switch. In other words, I can assign an IP address to each of my vlan. I thought that the switch only handle layer 2 features and assigning an IP address to a VLAN is more like a multilayer switch feature. Can somebody shed some light? Thx
8 SVIs, 16 static routes (IPv4 only)
The 2960 does not support dynamic routing protocols such as OSPF or EIGRP, or Layer-3 interfaces.
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