STATIC IP ADDRESS REQUIRE WITHIN A CISCO 4006 SWITCH USING VLAN

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Hi Guys, I have a VLAN configured on a Cisco 4006 switch port, I have already create VLAN 210 on the switch, and assign some of the interface to that VLAN 210, now there is requirement that I need to provide some static ip addresses to couple of devices Now my problem is that I know that I need to reclaim some of the ports that I have used for the VLAN (to be precise 6 interfaces), my question is how do I make that interface to be able to talk to all other devices on the network that are using DHCP or static, further do I need to apply any configuration to that interface after reclaiming it, as I do with the VLAN based interface. Please, step-by-step will be appreciated. Thanks
ASKED: April 27, 2008  10:49 AM
UPDATED: April 30, 2008  8:49 PM

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You will need to provide more details about what other subnets (VLANs) are using this using this switch and where their default gateways are located. Based on what I read here, the “reclaimed” interfaces will belong to a different VLAN and will need to be configured as “access” type ports. There will also need to be a path to these devices DHCP and/or default gateway through this switch. You can turn off the unwanted settings by putting a “no” in front of the command line when in config mode.

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