By default, although VLANs can span the entire Layer 2 switched network, hosts in one VLAN cannot communicate directly with hosts in another VLAN. In order to do so, traffic must be routed between the different VLANs. This is referred to as interVLAN routing. The three methods of implementing interVLAN routing in switched LANs, including their advantages and disadvantages, will be described in the following sections:
- InterVLAN Routing Using Physical Router Interfaces
- InterVLAN Routing Using Router Subinterfaces
- InterVLAN Routing Using Switched Virtual Interfaces
InterVLAN Routing Using Physical Router Interfaces
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