Cisco 2960G setting up a Vlan to grab 2 public ip's from modem?
I am looking to use ports 1-3 in a Vlan to grab 2 public ip's from a cable modem. So, for example, the cable modem would be plugged into port 1 and the other devices plugged into port 2 and port 3. Because the cable modem only has one port, I need the switch to grab 2 public ip's from it. Does anyone have a simple example to guide me?
You really just need to have those ports in the same VLAN. As for receiving 2 DHCP leases you need to make sure your ISP is allowing you to receive 2 leases on your network. It wouldn't be recommended that your layer 3 management interface for the switch itself is in this "public" VLAN.
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