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8600 vrp

8600 vrp

8600 vrp

I'm trying to get routing between two subnet vlans working.  I'm using the device manager.  I can ping the interface of the other vlans virtual interface, but I can't get it to forward it.

I'm using RIP and have it turned on at each interface and globally.



RE: 8600 vrp

do you have an active device in each subnet vlan as these vlans will not exist in the route tables unless a device is active with the correct IP address for that subnet.
Why are you using subnet based vlans, could you not use port based and just rely on ip forwarding which is enabled by default.

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