Switched Virtual Interfaces
Create SVI and set access ports into relevant VLAN ID/SVI ID. Standard stuff.. Default gateway for hosts in the VLAN will be the SVI itself. Of course!
Don’t forget to enable ip routing on MLS, directly connected networks/VLANs will now be in routing table and InterVLAN routing will be possible without the requirement for a routing protocol.
When ip routing is enabled, a static route should always be used for default traffic. (Gateway of last resort)
Routed ports are physical L3 switch ports, as opposed to SVIs, which are logical. Another difference – routed ports don’t represent a particular VLAN as does as SVI.
You configure a routed port with a routing protocol such as OSPF or EIGRP in the exact same manner as you would on a router. That goes for protocol-specific commands as well as interface-specific.
Port is converted from a L2 port to a L3 port using the ‘no switchport’ command.
(How good does it feel to already know a lot of this stuff very well? It feels good! This is the 1st recap topic where I am very happy as I do this kind of stuff on a day to day basis)