Multilayer switch and router

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  1. avianu123

    avianu123

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    Is there a need for router and a switch, if I use a multilayer switch??
    avianu123, Oct 18, 2007
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    kelvin_team

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    As for route between vlan for your internal network, you can use the router processor on your multilayer switch to route the traffic without needed separate router devices.
    kelvin_team, Oct 27, 2007
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