In this video, Russ walks through the router side configuration for the router on a stick deployment. Learn how to configure your router to handle traffic for multiple VLANs.
- [Instructor] Alright we've been talking about…router on a stick, let's show you…what that configuration actually looks like.…It's not that difficult so this is going to be a quick one.…So first thing I want to do is show ip route.…Let's see what's here.…You can see that we have nothing on this router.…But let's say this router was actually…connected to a switch down the stream…and we haven't set up the switch yet…but I have to get it ready…for that trunking protocol, right.…We've talked about this.…We have multiple trunks coming in to a router interface.…I can't trunk a router interface,…what do I do?…We use sub-interfaces.…
So the very first thing is,…let's look at show ip interface brief…and see what we have available to us.…Let's say it's the zero one interface that…the switch is going to be connecting to.…So the first thing I want to do, conf t.…I want to go to interface…fastethernet…zero slash one…and then…did I make a mistake?…Yes indeed I did, let's back up.…We're doing sub-interfaces here folks!…So I have to use a sub-interface.…
- Static routing
- Dynamic routing
- Interior vs. exterior routing protocols
- InterVLAN routing
- OSPF routing
- EIGRP routing
- Other routing protocols
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