• Configure VLANs and trunk

    How do I configure VLANs & trunk?

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  • Can you help with the differences between DSCP and TOSbit?

    Can we use DSCP or TOSBit for 40 IP based VoIP phones on a segmented VLAN?

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  • If we set up QOS without a VLAN is it good enough for VOIP traffic?

    If we set up QOS without a VLAN, should we make it priority over all other network traffic or do we need to setup a VLAN as well?

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  • How to confgure VLAN with DHCP?

    I need to configure VLAN for blade center. I need the VLAN to give IP to all the nodes on the blade center. What are the commands to configure the VLAN with DHCP for the blade?

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  • configure DHCP over VLAN’s windows server 2003

    My question is how to configure DHCP over VLAN's. At present in my company DHCP is running without any VLAN's setup but know as our network extend and also for the security reasons i want to implement VLAN's in the switch. Then what about my DHCP how it works, what is the configuration requirement...

    ITKE352,395 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP by Windows Server 2008 between VLANS

    Hi, I'd like to know how to configure DHCP info to be passed through multiple VLANS to issue addresses to respective clients in all subnets. Right now I am thinking I need to have all proper scopes defined on the dhcp and i would also put the server (which is the AD) in the management VLAN which...

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  • Configuring VLANs on NetGear FS726T Switch

    I am not a trained network specialist, but I'm installing a network at our church. We have a NetGear FS726T switch and a WG102 access point. We want to have to two VLANs: one to be used by the staff with full access to all of the devices on the network and to the Internet; and the other to be used...

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  • Separation of Physical Networks via VLANs and Security Issues Therein

    Our company is looking to redo some networking infrastructure. Previous IT administrators created a daisy chain network topology and all information types, from APs to workstations aggregate on a single network. Lately we have seen some performance issues and wish to rewire much of our network into...

    Schmidtw11,330 pointsBadges:
  • VLAN basics step by step

    Currently have a Windows 2003 environment using DHCP with Cisco switches in a single subnet with no VLANs. I want to take the Layer 3 switch and Layer 2 switches and configure it all with 4 VLANs. (Servers, users, printers, guests). My users will need to access the servers (file, e-mail, etc..) so...

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  • Configuring VLAN’s on two HP procurve switches

    Hi all, Trying to route a new ISP(Microwave link) from one of my out building to my computer room and hence my firewall. Old ISP came direct into firewall. In the outbuilding the Microwave modem connects with cat5 to HP Procurve 2524 switch. Because this ISP is coming through my internal network, I...

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  • How to block internet but allow internal network

    SW0 Vlan 1 - Defalt Vlan fa0/1 Vlan 2 - Sales fa0/2 -5 Vlan 3 - Account fa0/6 -8 Vlan 4 - It fa0/9 -12 VLan 5 - SCM fa0/12 -15 block internet - Vlan2,Vlan3,Vlan 5 Allow Internet - Vlan 4 Ip Address 192.168.1.2 Subnetmask 255.255.255.0 Gateway 192.168.1.1 DNS Server 192.168.12.3 SW1 Vlan 1 - Defalt...

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  • Configuring VLANs

    Hello All; If I'm configuring multiple VLANs on a Layer 3 switch (HP) do I have to setup static routes or will the switch learn them automatically? Also if I have multiple VlAN's on the Layer 2 switches that connect to the Layer 3 do I have to setup port trunking in order for traffic to be able to...

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  • Connecting switches to the router

    hi  david, Ihave five computers connected to switch1 iwant them in Vlan1 and another five computers connected to another switch2  iwant them inVln2 then the2swiths connetd to switch3 then router wht should I do to onfig this network

    Mahmoudkdry5 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring Multiple VLANS on two NetGear FS726T switches Linked

    Hi, I am not a network specialist so hope you can help. I have had a read through the documentation regarding VLANS on the FS726T switch but am unsure whether want want to do is correct. I have a Kaliedescape movie system with the server & one player connected to one switch (SW2) & two more players...

    Hifisi5 pointsBadges:
  • VLAN DHCP problem between Router and Switch

    I have a Cisco SA520 Router connected to a Netgear FS726TP Switch. Router has 3 Vlans.  Management VLAN 1 /29  Hosts VLan 5 /27  VoIP Vlan 10 /27  Router Ports 1 and 2 are setup up identically, in Trunk Mode each port and all VLAN's should be accessible through it.  Port 3 Vlan 5  Port 4 Vlan...

    Sirexilon5 pointsBadges:
  • VLAN routing cisco 2960

    i have 2 vlans in a 2960 switch .my question is that is it possible to use cyberoam firewall to route between the vlans.

    Zeeyar5 pointsBadges:
  • HP Procurve Issue Passing Multiple VLANs over a link

    Hey everyone, just to start off with I am a Cisco guy that got placed into an HP project. Basic topology overview from outside in: ASA 5505 with two Ethernet connections to a 2910-24 port switch. This switch is then (Cisco Trunking) to a 2626 switch passing vlan (1 untagged and 100 tagged)between...

    MichaelRWat5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco switch configuration?

    [strong]I have one distribution switch(Cisco) and linked to many access swtitches(d-link) what type of configuration should I do???[/strong] [strong]No VLAN in my network[/strong]

  • Bind IP subnet to VLAN in Dell L3 switch

    when I bind an IP subnet to dell 6224 switch, does it mean when i plug in a pc within tat particular subnet will directly be in that VLAN? Example: i type in "vlan association subnet 10.0.1.0 255.255.255.0 10" to bind subnet 10.0.1.0 to VLAN 10. so is it when i plug in a PC with IP 10.0.1.30 into...

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  • Fileserver with VLANs

    I am building a network for a client and currently he has 2 different business sharing a files-server (all under the same roof, same owner). Currently in order to separate the two out he is manually adding folder permissions for each workgroup that he has (he doesn't run a domain and this is not...

    Agentcrtr5 pointsBadges:

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