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How config vlans on sge2010?

Hi everyone,

My english is a little bad, I appreciate if you can help me.

I wish to have 3 vlans.

vlan 10 interface 192.168.10.1

vlan 20 interface 192.168.20.1

vlan 30 interface 192.168.30.1

Port 5-10 to vlan 10

Port 11-15 to vlan 20

Port 16-20 to vlan 30

But I want that for example the port 5 has access to vlan 20.

I have tried config each port(interface) in mode trunk and general, but it doesn't work.

I hope you can help me.

Thank you.

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Re: How config vlans on sge2010?

Good evening,
What is plugged into port 5? A PC?

The only way for 2 Vlans to be presented to 1 port is to make that port a trunk.

A normal access port can only be a member of 1 vlan. To have a computer access multiple Vlans you will need a router.

A trunk (where you have multiple VLANs) is only used for connecting to either another switch, a router or a device that can read tagged VLAN packets on a switch port, such as a VMware server.

Hope this helps.

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Beginner

Re: How config vlans on sge2010?

Thank you bendatcrox for your answer,

Yes, I have plugged into port 5 a PC.

I understand and I'll buy a router to make visible one port in diferents vlans.

If I just want to make two vlans, what I need to do first?

Create IP interface?

Create the vlans?

Add ports to vlans?

Thank you for your help.

Beginner

Re: How config vlans on sge2010?

Evening Luis.

Ok, so a PC can't be a member of 2 VLANS on the same Network card. You therefore have 2 options.

Option 1- you put a second network card into the PC and have one network adaptor on each VLAN

Option 2 (and the better option) - you need a router in your network.

VLANs are virtual LANs. They are separate broadcast domains. The only way for a PC to get to the devices on another VLAN is via a router (L3) devices.

Hope this helps.
Perhaps if you can let me know what the purpose of having a PC on 2 VLANs is, I may be able to assist you with a network design,

Thanks mate.

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