That title is kind of cluttered so let me try and clear it up.
IP Codecs(I'll just refer to them as hosts from here on out)
- Cisco 3560-x Catalyst Switch
I work in radio IT, and I have one main AOIP switched network (
192.168.87.0/24) for the majority of our end devices (nodes, automation machines, consoles, etc...), but (and had I been here when the network was designed, I would not have done it this way) there are two devices, our AOIP STLs that take audio from the studio to the transmitter. Those are my two hosts in question. Their network is
192.168.100.0/24, with the two hosts being
192.168.100.101/24. I want to ping
192.168.87.0. The management VLAN is VLAN 1 with the ip address
What I've tried:
I know intervlan routing is probably the answer here, but I'm not sure how to implement it with just a lone switch.
I tried just a simple:
en conf t vlan 50 name Trango exit int vlan 50 descr Vlan for the Trango systems ip add 192.168.100.105 255.255.255.0 no sh
And obviously I wasn't able to ping
192.168.100.105. What part of the process am I missing?