VLAN VS SVI

A virtual LAN (Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug”) is any broadcast domain that is segregated and isolated at the data link layer (Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug”). Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” reduce the load on a network by  keeping local traffic within a Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug”. However, because each Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” has its own domain, a mechanism is needed for Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” to pass data to other Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” without passing the data through a router.

The solution is Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” i.e. switched virtual interface. An Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” is usually found on Layer 3 switches. With SVIs the switch recognizes the packet destinations that are local to the sending VLAN and then routes packets destined for different Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug”.

An Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” can be created for each Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” that exists but only one Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” can be mapped to each Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug”. An Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” is virtual and has no physical port defined and performs the same functions for the Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” as a router interface. SVI is also called Interface Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug”.

Below table compares Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug” with Post to Post Links II error: Unrecognized type: ”slug”(VLAN Interface) based on various functions enlisted as below –

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