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Carry 2 vlans on one unmanaged switch

Sameer Vashisth
Beginner
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Hello All,

I have a Cisco 3560 V2 Switch connected to Cisco 2811 router, all the bandwidth capping, IP assignments has been done on router and the corresponding vlans created on switch.

I have configured 2 ports for a customer (vlan 301 and vlan 302 with different IP) and carry both vlan over a RF connection, I can't use trunk port as customer is having unmanaged switch. 

 

Regards

Sameer 

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Jon Marshall
Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame

Sameer

What is the actual question ?

If you want to have one connection to the unmanaged switch but with two vlans then you can't do it because you need a trunk and you say it isn't supported

Jon

Jon,

I have connected 2 ports fa 0/4 (vlan 301) and fa 0/5 (vlan 302) to an unmanaged switch and connected RF radio poe on the same switch. On the other end the poe is connected to an unmanaged switch and two routers.

Now if I connect both ports there is a loop detected. How can I solve this.

Regards

Sameer

Reza Sharifi
Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame

Hi,

In this case, you can use 2 physical links from the switch to the router and used them as access ports. One for vlan 301 and for vlan 302.

HTH

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