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muhammadusman77
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routing on two different switches with two different vlans.

i want  to communicate on other vlan other switch how i can do this using trunk.

10.1.1.2 cannot ping 30.1.1.2

30.1.1.1 can ping 30.1.1.1

how i can ping from 10.1.1.2 to 20.1.1.2 ?

 

 

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mohseen patel
Beginner

Hi Muhammadusman,

 

At very basic you use static routes if your switch have routing licence can you routing protocol (Rip , Eigrp or OSPF).

You can just use vlan 1 for peering between to switches.

 

Br.

Mohseen Patel 

devils_advocate
Rising star

I am not sure what routing abilities the Dell switch has but I suspect the Cisco 3750 will be capable of static (intervlan) routing.

Firstly you need to enable the Routing feature on the 3750, if it has not been done already:

#ip routing

Then if you do a #show ip route command, you should see two connected routes:

10.1.1.0 /24 and 30.1.1.0 /24 should show as connected routes on the Cisco.

Assuming you enabled IP routing on the Cisco, you should then be able to ping between both of these subnets. I would try this as a first step before confusing anything by integrating the Dell Switch.

If it were me, I would use only one device to route between your Vlans (the Cisco).'
If you create interface Vlan 20 on the Cisco with address 20.1.1.1 /24 and remove it from the Dell, you should then be able to ping between all three subnets on the Cisco.

If you then want to be able to connect devices to the Dell and extend the Vlans across, you will simply need to create the three Vlan ID's on the Dell and create a Trunk link between the Dell and the Cisco.

This should work if you do it exactly as above.

Thanks