wondering if someone could advise on issue.... basically i have two vlans on switch voice and data both belong to diff subnet... they have svi configured ... they going to service provider router and port thats going into service provider router is access port for vlan x only.... as both belong to different subnets and router diesnt look at vlan id and access port doesnt put that info into frame would that work or i need to implement private vlans thank in advance
Thanks mahmood but prob is internal vlan are subnetted and service provider inward route doesnt cover whole range and i still can ping all device in both range....may be its finding route based on longest match
ip add 10.x.x.4 255.255.255.128
int vlan y
ip add 10.x.x.129 255.255.255.128
service proivder route
S 10.x.x.0/25 via gig 0/1 ( service proivder router pointing internally not covering full range should be /24 unless looking for route and choosing one on longest match
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