I want to allow multiple ip on Windows server using VLAN concept on Switch.
But I have problem with deciding scenerio which will be non-problematic.
I tried two network diagram for my scenerio but i am not sure which is best. So
please help me to suggest best network diagram from your side and explain also
denied network diagram ( why it Rejected) . If any changes need in network diagram,
do from your end. Please see the attached two network diagram ( diag01.jpg, diag02.jpg).
Question1 = PC1 (172.25.20.10) can ping/access Laptop1 three ip ( 172.25.17.5, 172.25.18.5, 172.25.19.5)
Question2 = Laptop1 ( 172.25.17.5, 172.25.18.5, 172.25.19.5) can ping/access PC1 (172.25.20.10) through three ip's.
For 3 different subnets, some choices...
1. Use multiple NIC cards; one per subnet
2. Run VMWare on the server - and configure a trunk from the VMWare server to the switch. It does allow you to configure a trunk with multiple subnets.
3. It may be possible to run a trunk without VMWare - but I have never come across it. Trunking implies there is a way to set up the Ethernet card with VLAN tagging.
It looks like Windows server 2012 does have VLAN capability - basically what you do is set up Teaming capability on the NIC card, then underneath that set up vlans; THEN you add the IP address to the appropriate VLAN interface within the teaming interface.