I am attempting to configure routing on a Catalyst 3650 running LAN Base to meet a particular set of criteria. For context: the switch is being configured as part of a lab environment that will allow for pre-configuration of equipment that will ultimately reside in another facility.
The switch has been configured with 4 VLAN's, each with an IP address and corresponding DHCP pool (DHCP running on switch).
ip routing has been enabled and inter-VLAN routing is working as expected.
The final requirement is that the internet be reachable from within each VLAN. I expected that by having a hosts default-gateway set to the VLAN interface IP and a default route in the routing table to the upstream router that this would be achievable, assuming there was at least one interface on the same network as the upstream router. I have attempted the following to no avail:
- Configured a VLAN with an IP address on the same network as the upstream router.
- Configured a physical interface Gi1/0/1 with
no switchportand assigned it an IP address on the same network was the upstream router.
In both cases I can ping the IP address of the VLAN interface (first case) or the physical interface (second case), but cannot ping the upstream router.
How might I achieve my objective?