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Jan 28 2008   4:30PM GMT

Configuring VLAN’s

Tony Bradley Tony Bradley Profile: Tony Bradley

One of the ways to organize your network so that it is easier to manage and protect is to segment it into smaller, interconnected subnets. Using a virtual LAN, or VLAN, you can easily and conveniently set up separate subnets, and connect ports from various switches, or even separate buildings, so that they are a part of the same broadcast domain. You can learn more about the virtues of VLAN’s, as well as how to go about configuring them, by watching the Configuring VLAN’s screencast by David Davis on SearchNetworking.com

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