• Associate Vlan with subnet

    Hi, I can't figure out how to associate a VLAN with a Subnet. For subnets you need to have a router in between. For VLAN's trunking...but how do I associate these 2 so when a port on the switch is change from VLAN 1 to VLAN 2 to get IP address from a different subnet DHCP. Thank you!

    Alan Dala30 pointsBadges:
  • Why would my L3 switch drop 20-80% of my pings?

    Hi all, We are moving from a Linux based router to a L3 switch, Dell 6224. I've never configured a router before but I have experience with the Linux firewall, DHCP, DNS, etc. configuration so I was picked to configure the new router/ switch. We have 8+ subnets (labs) in the current configuration...

    Zork62615 pointsBadges:
  • IPv6 subnet size?

    In IPv4 we normally design our subnets (with direct relationship to Vlan for ease of use as well) to 255 hosts using a /24 subnet mask. i.e. 10.10.10.0/24 is Vlan 10 with 10.10.10.1 being the default gateway. In IPv6 what is the thought process of creating “subnet” on a LAN and VLans? I know...

    Bakergarry5 pointsBadges:
  • Subnetting

    Hi! am having problems in calculating a number of hosts a particular IP would produce

    080326413325 pointsBadges:
  • what is network to site mapping?

    assigning subnets to the network

    Dsag5 pointsBadges:
  • Subnet mask question for a test

    The IP address space of 128.107.7.0/24 has been allocated for all devices on this network. All devices must use the same subnet mask and all subnets are usable. There is a picture showing 3 switchs connected to a router. One switch has 16 users connected to it, one has 32 users connected to it, and...

    Sanguard5 pointsBadges:
  • Using ip helper-address on a vlan with two subnets

    I am trying to get ip helper-address to be able to pull DHCP addresses from a super scope. Right now it will only pull from the subscope that matches the subnet of the primary subnet for the vlan. Does anyone know of a way around this? Or if there would be an adverse affect on the current DHCP...

    Jfenton5 pointsBadges:
  • performance evaluation of subnetting LAN or without subnetting LAN

    i have two LAN one is without subnetting and another one is with subnetting , now i have to check the performance of with subneting LAN with respect to without subnetting LAN

    MY5 pointsBadges:
  • Multi-Vpn Setup: can access all subnets when in office, while vpn’d can only access local subnet

    I am having troubles with vpn users being able to see other subnets. It is set up as follows Any computer locally on the domain can see / ping/ access any other computer on any subnet / location. When someone vpn's into any of the routers they can only see the local subnet of the router they are...

    Rowley61320 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP Weirdness Across Subnets

    I'm currently an active participant in the tasks that will ulitmately cost me my job due to a recent acquisition and subsequent restructuring. Our network is 192.168.8.0/24 while the acquiring company's network is 192.168.1.0/24. They're connected by a Cisco 1721 router across a frame relay circuit...

    MoveOver15 pointsBadges:
  • Nortel switch subnet floating Ip HACMP software implementation

    Hi Please confirm if someone can prompt me on the following We have an App with a server in 2 buildings connected on the same subnet with the same IP range and a virtual/floating IP in the same IP range working 100% connected to Nortel switches. Both servers are active set upo as bi-drectional.The...

    LionITconsult5 pointsBadges:
  • how to subnet in a useful way

    sir, I am in a engineering college. In this we 25 labs each with 35 systems. we have one internet server.Each lab with unique workgroup name. For example if the system in lab1, the workgroup name is lab1 for all systems in the lab1. We have one internet server with two nics eth0 for isp and eth1...

    Jpd25 pointsBadges:
  • number of hosts

    what is the maximum number of hosts you can have on a class B subnet

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  • Connecting Separate LAN’s Through Routers

    I have two LAN's in my office, each with its own internet connection. I'll call them LAN A and LAN B. Each LAN has an inexpensive ADSL modem router (with wireless and wired connections) to which the computers attach and which attach to the internet. I want to share information and printers etc....

    RtX0 pointsBadges:

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