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cannot see to other vlan on switch

cannot see to other vlan on switch

cannot see to other vlan on switch

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i have an 3 extreme 440 48p, stacked. i need to create three vlans and i need for them to be able to talk to each other. here is the script i am trying to run. am i missing something?

config vlan default delete port all
create vlan data
create vlan voice
create vlan security
conf vlan data ipaddress 192.168.31.2/24
conf vlan voice ipaddress 192.168.131.2/24
conf vlan security ipaddresss 192.168.231.2/24
conf vlan data tag 31
conf vlan voice tag 131
conf vlan security tag 231
enable ipforwarding vlan data
enable ipforwarding vlan voice
enable ipforwarding vlan security
conf iproute add default 192.168.31.2

there is more that i need to do, but this is the basic setup. any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks!

RE: cannot see to other vlan on switch

Umm are yo sure you want to default route back to itself? Also you need to actually add ports to the vlans

config data add ports all untag
config voice add ports all tag
config security add ports all tag

Just an example configure however you need to.

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