We have a 7750 as our core router and remotes sites with either a 7750 or 7450 as their router. The configurations were set up by an outside vendor and they only answer about half my questions.
The core 7750 has routes something like:
ip route 10.10.0.0/16 ip_address_1
ip route 10.20.0.0/16 ip_address_2
ip route 10.30.0.0/16 ip_address_3
ip route 10.40.0.0/16 ip_address_4
ip route 10.41.0.0/16 ip_address_4
Each site has a wired network (10.10, 10.20, etc) and a wireless network (10.11, 10.21, etc).
My confusion comes from why some of the sites only have the wired route while others have both a wired route and a wireless route but everything works just fine.
As I understood it, having 10.10.0.0/16 as an ip route means that any packet with a 10.10.x.x address gets routed to ip_address_1. So how do the 10.11.x.x addressed packets end up in the same place? If I set up a 10.12.0.0 vlan, would it need it's own route?
Any explanation/clarification would be appreciated.