Vlan ports Disappeared

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Sep 22nd, 2007

Hello to all my invisible mentors,

Here today with two problems as follows,

1.Threee Vlans were created and later removed but the interfaces assigned to them does not shows up in the default vlan interfaces,(int fa0/2, fa0/5 and fa0/10 respectfully) please how can i get them back?

2.Just acquired two 2950s and one 2621 router, have endlessly tried configuring vlans and inter-vlan, but the inter-vlans has never worked for a second, can anyone therefore please take the pain to give me a complete configuration that will help me in this practice?

Kind Regars

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Edison Ortiz Sat, 09/22/2007 - 06:17

1. The default Vlan is Vlan1. Basically, go to those ports and type 'sw access vlan 1'

2. 2950 switch is a layer2 switch and you can't perform inter-vlan routing. The 2621 router will need to perform this task.

You need to create a trunk link on the 2950 switch where the 2621 is connected and on the 2621 create subinterfaces.


2950 Switch

interface f0/24

sw tr en do

sw mo tr

2621 router

interface f0/0

interface f0/0.1

en do 1

ip add

interface f0/0.2

en do 2

ip add


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