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Old 11-04-2009, 07:05 PM
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Default how do I route across vlans?

I have a question about routing between vlans. I have a 2950 switch trunking to a 1721 router (dot1q). The 1721 only has the 1 fastethernet port.

On the 2950 I have 3 vlans(1,2,3). On vlan 1, I have the trunk port and a port going to another router that goes to the internet. Any host in vlan 1 can get to the internet but not hosts in vlan 2 or 3. Hosts in vlan 2 or 3 can ping hosts in vlan 1 so I believe the trunking is working.

How do I allow hosts in vlan 2 or 3 to access the internet?
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