pix vlan interfaces and routing

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Bill F, Sep 17, 2004.

  1. Bill F

    Bill F Guest

    I know this has been covered numerous times, but, I'm revisiting the
    question, I to implement this feature. The question is whether the only
    limitations to inter-vlan routing are those that affect non-logical
    interface routing on the pix, i.e. no redirects. Any other limitations?
    I was considering using it to route between one vox and one data vlan
    probably connecting pix to a 3524 series switch with a ipphone--desktop
    daisy chain scenario.
     
    Bill F, Sep 17, 2004
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  2. In article <jeu2d.765$>,
    Bill F <> wrote:
    :I know this has been covered numerous times, but, I'm revisiting the
    :question, I to implement this feature. The question is whether the only
    :limitations to inter-vlan routing are those that affect non-logical
    :interface routing on the pix, i.e. no redirects. Any other limitations?


    You cannot set MTU's independantly for the logical interfaces.
    That could in theory have an effect on vlan connectivity -- if one
    of the hops further along for one of the VLANs needed a different
    MTU, you would not be able to configure that.
    --
    Warhol's Second Law of Usenet: "In the future, everyone will troll
    for 15 minutes."
     
    Walter Roberson, Sep 17, 2004
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