Okay, so I've been trying to get some stuff working on the newer gen CRS's. In particular, I *need* to have multiple IP's on this device, one per VLAN.
Traditionally I would just create a bridge per VLAN, and apply the IP address, and this would work fine... Of course it would also be passing all traffic through the CPU.
In the current, newer generation of CRS's, using the latest (6.43.11) ROS, I'm trying to achieve the same, leveraging the hardware offload. Yes, of course any traffic to those IP's has to pass to the CPU, however traffic "on" the VLAN directly, should be able to communicate port to port without being raised to the CPU...
Applying a single IP to the switch is easy enough, and this works fine. How do I raise a second IP to a different VLAN at the same time? What is the "right" way to do this?
Current (non working, at least for vlan969) config looks like this:-
And hopefully this crude diagram helps show what I'm trying... Please tell me this is doable?
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/interface bridge add fast-forward=no name=br.switch1 vlan-filtering=yes /interface vlan add interface=br.switch1 name=br.switch1.vl969 vlan-id=969 /interface bridge port add bridge=br.switch1 ingress-filtering=yes interface=sfp-sfpplus1 add bridge=br.switch1 ingress-filtering=yes interface=ether24 pvid=969 /interface bridge vlan add bridge=br.switch1 untagged=ether24,br.switch1.vl969 vlan-ids=969 /ip address add address=100.126.69.249/24 interface=br.switch1 network=100.126.69.0 add address=10.205.69.249/24 interface=br.switch1.vl969 network=10.205.69.0
Of course traffic on VLAN's works fine. It just how do I "raise" this to layer 3 on the same switch?