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  • Vlan trunking, L3 switch + L2 switch problem

    Hi, I have now successfully got my PowerConnect 6224 configured, to host and route between 4 Vlans, I have internet access and can ping what I need to, it's all working great. The next thing on my list is configuring my L2 netgear router to work with port based Vlans, I want to connect the L2...

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  • Trunking and VLAN’s with Procurve

    I have 2 ProCurve switches (2848 & 4104) that I'm running 2 VLAN's on. I'm trying to connect the two via a 5 port trunk. Can I setup this trunk to share the 2 VLANs, or must I define 2 trunks? If I can do it with a single trunk, how is that done? I've already defined the trunk as tagged in both...

    Wholesome0 pointsBadges:
  • Allowing Vlans between Cisco L3 switch and 3 com Layer2 switch.

    Hello All, I have a cisco Cat 3560G switch trunked to a 3com 4200 L2 switch. I have 4 Vlans created on the Cisco L3 switch like Vlan 10, 20, 30 and 40 and created only 20 and 30 on the 3 COM. All the trunk port configurations are fine. However when i assign a PC to any existing Vlan in the 3 COm...

    AmeenM5 pointsBadges:
  • How to configure inter vlan routing on a router, vlans on two cisco switches, creating a trunk between two cisco switches attached to a router on each

    I have a scheme of two switches connected to each other, three routers, one router is connected to a switch and two routers are connected two another switch. How I'm i supposed to configure vlanX, vlanY on two different switches and trunking between them, inter.vlan routing on a router and trunking...

    MossIT5 pointsBadges:
  • Reconfiguring network switches as 802.1q VLAN trunks for VMware ESX implementation

    My data center network switches are configured as access ports, but we are soon implementing VMware ESX. Is there an easy way to reconfigure the switches to operate as 802.1q VLAN trunks to take advantage of VMware's VLAN management support?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • 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:
  • vlan trunking commands

    sir can u please tell me can we able to trunk one vlan to another vlan in same switch.switch is cisco 3560 series switch.if so what will the commands..

    Jimsanand5 pointsBadges:
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