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IP Route and IP Default Gateway configured on same switch

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  • 1.  IP Route and IP Default Gateway configured on same switch

    Posted 3 days ago

    Is it an issue to have an IP route and IP DGW setup on the same switch?

    I have layer 3 routing setup with RIP enabled.   Will there be a conflict, and do in need to remove the DGW?

    Ip default-gateway
    ip route
    ip routing
    snmp-server community "public" unrestricted
    ip address dhcp-bootp
    router rip
    redistribute connected

  • 2.  RE: IP Route and IP Default Gateway configured on same switch
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    Posted 3 days ago
    As far as I know, the ip default-gateway is used in non-ip routing mode; the ip route is used in routing mode.

    With routing mode enabled, I think you can remove the ip default-gateway as it is not used. It won't hurt either, but may be confusing when someone reads the config, so probably better to take it out.

    Herman Robers
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