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AytekAy
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N1548 intervlan routing 6.3.2.4

 

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There are 3 vlan and 3 gateways vlan1 1-12 192.168.240.0/20 vlan200 13-24 192.168.224.0/20 vlan300 25/48 192.168.214.0/20 Gateway vlan1 192.168.224.254 vlan200 192.168.224.1 vlan300 192.168.214.1 vlan1 port 1 vlan200 port 13 vlan300 port 25 I want to access vlan200 from vlan1 and vlan300. Can you help me?
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Re: N1548 intervlan routing 6.3.2.4

I believe you need to have your VLAN 1 gateway in the same network as VLAN 1. (192.168.240.0/20, Gateway 192.168.224.254). Then on the device where the gateway IPs are set, there would need to be IP routing to allow communication between the individual VLANs.

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AytekAy
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Re: N1548 intervlan routing 6.3.2.4

vlan1 1-12 192.168.240.0/20
vlan200 13-24 192.168.224.0/20
vlan300 25/48 192.168.214.0/20

It's impossible to be on the same network
As
200 people
vlan200 500 camera 100 people
vlan300 70 people

vlan1 and vlan300 90 people to look at 250 cameras

how to give access to vlan200.
which commands should I enter.

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Re: N1548 intervlan routing 6.3.2.4

The only other thing I would recommend looking into is the potential of assigning a static route. I'll link to the CLI reference guide below.

http://pleiades.ucsc.edu/doc/dell/network/N4000_CLI_Reference_Guide.pdf

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