i'm trying to configure SF302-08P in layer 3 mode.
ports 1 to 8 have ip phones and desktops, port GE1 in connected to a router (not cisco) that links to the internet.
i created vlan 100 and assigned to ports 1 to 8 (untagged)
i created vlan 200 and assigned to port ge1 (untagged)
activated dhcp server , created pool with 192.168.26.0/24 gw 192.168.26.1
|router A| (192.168.16.0/24 gw 192.168.16.1)
| GE1 (192.168.16.14)
| SF302-08P |
SPA504G+DESKTOP | SPA504G+DESKTOP
the problem that i'm facing is that SPA504G and desktops access the internet with their inter address 192.168.26.0/24 and not 192.168.16.14.
is there a way to achieve what i'm looking ? how does routing work in this case ? shouldn't there be some kind of NAT ?
Is there a particular reason that the switch needs to be in Layer 3 Mode?
I think your scenario would work better if you configure NAT on your router and let the router act as the DHCP server. Then, the switch could be in Layer 2 Mode.
i need to use separate vlan for voice/data and provide dhcp .
upstream router is very basic, doesn't support vlan or dhcp options for provisioning.
Please review this topic for all needed information
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