I currently have 3 Cisco routers, 2 L3 Switches and 4 L2 Switches. I ran a cable from my home Cisco wireless E3000 router to one of my L3 Switches. I converted the switch port that its plugged into as a routed port and to obtain an address using dhcp, which it did grab one. I tested connectivity to the internet by pinging various domains and had success. I created 5 vlans for different functions in my home lab and configured dhcp pools for them as well, and I also excluded the proper amount of addresses. When I connect a PC host into a port configured for that host subnet, it grabs an IP address and I am able to ping the entire multi-area ospf network. I can't however ping the Wireless E 3000 gateway. How can I merge the routed port on the L3 Switch so that all of the vlans can access the internet?
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