Hello Dell Support,
I would like to ask what is the same command for with Cisco Layer 2 switch "ip defaul-gateway"
Apart from that, does Dell s4128f-on supports stacking like Cisco?
Page 503, https://downloads.dell.com/manuals/common/os10_enterprise-ug_en-us.pdf you can configure static routes and some are automatically configured for direct attach VLANs.
so we have to configure a static route on a layer 2 device to point towards the layer 3 gateway/core switch? how is that supposed to work? That doesn't make any type of normal networking sense. I do know that as long as the gateway and mgmt ip are in the same subnet, communication will work. However, the device will not be accessible directly from another subnet with a default gateway set. If our snmp, ntp, AAA, and monitoring servers are in another broadcast domain, they will not be able to reach the Dell switch.
What does that even look like?
for example, we would have the Dell s4128 mgmt 1/1/1 ip address 172.18.0.10/24 and the gateway address would be 172.18.0.1