I am trying to configure vlans on a 2911 ISR and trunk them to a 4948-10GE-W Switch. I am following this tutorial.
and have posted about it here.
I have the trunk configured and I can ping between the two devices.
The router will be providing dhcp. From what I gather this is all I need to do to assign a vlan to a switchport?
What I'm trying to do is a little backwards from the tutorial.
Say my native vlan is 192.168.1.1 and I can ping 1.1 from 1.2. and everything appears to be trunking between the two. Should I be able to ping 192.168.22.1 or it simply won't route because it's only switching over a trunk and I have no address within that address space? or do I have to apply a 22.2 address to my secondary vlan on this side?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Tested. Checks Out.
I need to configure DHCP pools on vlans and route them to my WAN and configure DNS stuff now. This has been a learning experience.
Is there a way I can assign switch port ranges to make my config files on my switch cleaner?
Ports 1 to 12 / 13 to 24 / 25 to 36 / 37 to 48?
That's where I am at now.
I was just wanting to bulk assign vlans to interfaces rather than one by one so it looks nicer on my config file? I dunno how it works.
I am configuring my excluded-address ranges now but am not sure how it works.
Does "ip dhcp excluded-address 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.60" look correct as a range? or will it just exclude .1 and .60?
Coming along here on my end. What's this "R1(config-subif)#ip helper-address"? From what I understand its a dhcp forwarder? So in my use case it isn't necessary correct?
I got it all configured for the most part. All ports and vlans pull a dhcp address from the trunk to the router. It took some time, wasn't instant but that's something I can fine tune?
Thank you for your help by the way.
It took time to configure. I'm trying to get it to route now.