Why Are IP and DHCP Packets Isolated When Only Layer 2 Isolation Is Configured o

Created: Mar 30, 2016 02:23:14Latest reply: Mar 30, 2016 04:32:19 1155 1 0 0
Why Are IP and DHCP Packets Isolated When Only Layer 2 Isolation Is Configured on the Switch?
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yolanda_turner     Created Mar 30, 2016 04:32:19 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The Layer 2 isolation function isolates packets that are forwarded based on the MAC address table, while the Layer 3 isolation function isolates packets that are forwarded based on the routing table.

When IP and DHCP packets are transparently transmitted in the switch based on the MAC address table but no the routing table, Layer 2 isolation takes effect on IP and DHCP packets.

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