SONiC is a network operating system that is open source and based on Linux. It is designed to be scalable and flexible, and it is used by a wide range of organizations, including hyperscalers, cloud providers, and enterprises.
One of the key features of SONiC is its support for inter-VLAN routing. Inter-VLAN routing allows devices on different VLANs to communicate with each other. This is important because VLANs are often used to isolate different types of traffic, such as voice, data, and management traffic.
This guide will show you how to configure inter-VLAN routing in SONiC. It is intended for network administrators who are responsible for configuring and managing SONiC networks. It is assumed that the reader has a basic understanding of networking concepts such as VLANs and routing.
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