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quick question...re layer 3 with routing

quick question...re layer 3 with routing

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Hi All.

I am having trouble wrapping my head around something. Maybe a different explanation would help.

On a layer 3 switch I have 3 different plans with layer 3 ip addresses in different subnets. That is
vlan 10: 192.168.10.1 /24
vlan 20: 192.168.20.1 /24

The ports in each vlan have a voice and data vlan and are setup as access ports.
both are set as voice vlans. I want the pbx equipment at either end to see their compatriot, so I can switch calls between sites.

I have turned on ip routing.

Is there anything else I have to do to get the two clans to communicate between each other? I.e. ping from one vlan to the other?

Regards

RE: quick question...re layer 3 with routing

I'm guessing, given the late response here, that you have solved the issue.....

But, just in case, is layer two VLAN configured?

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