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ERS 4500 Config VLANs withe vpn router

ERS 4500 Config VLANs withe vpn router

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Hello Tech,

I have created 5 VLANs in my ERS 4550T-PWR switch (version: HW:09 / FW:5.1.0.8 / SW:v5.4.0.008 ) as bellow:
VLAN 10 TLAN
VLAN 20 IP_PHONEs
VLAN 30 ELAN
VLAN 40 ERS_Mgmt
VLAN 50 VPN

I want to connect the VPN router "private interface" to vlan 50 , then i will access to all other VLANs.

Could you please help me for realise this object.

thanks in advance,

RE: ERS 4500 Config VLANs withe vpn router


Enable IP routing
# ip routing

Add an IP address to each vlan you want to route between
# vlan <vid>
# ip address <ipaddr> <mask>

Add ports to the vlans
# vlan ports <port> pvid <vid>

Then all you need is routing either static or dynamic (rip, ospf)

Static route, add routes to subnets on the other end of the vpn with the private as the next-hop
# ip route <dest-ip> <mask> <next-hop> <cost> enable

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