InterVLAN routing for S4810 VLT

Hello

I just want to clarify things because I get confused all intervlan routing if it is possible to implement if I used VIDEO Lottery devices

First of all when I configured the VLT field in sweetheart two switches (S4810), I need to have an itinerary for my VLAN

-what I used intervlan routing is my favorite, but when the peer routing, active in VLT intervlan routing is applicable or supported in routing peers. ?

-also all configurations of the two peer switches must be identical or same

  • example: when I configured intervlan routing in Peer-1, also, I need to configured intervlan routing in Peer - 2

I want to have an answer if I need intervlan or OSPF configuration with this problem

Thank you very much

BRENT

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This technical guide I think answer all your questions. Yes, you can have VLAN routing enabled on the switches. The guide goes through many examples, including examples of switches that is configured to perform the VIRTUAL LAN routing. It also includes examples of configuration that you can use as a reference.

http://Dell.to/1wfDl3n

Let us know if this helps out.

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