Need to add new vlan/bridge group to 3560

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Jul 14th, 2009


complete novice here.... just established a new network to add to the mix where do I start ?


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ddecoursey Tue, 07/14/2009 - 04:31

I currently have 3 internal networks

(using the private reserved)

the 3560 routes between all 3 plus 2 other networks that are in the building which are not part of my windows domain

We used to have a Cisco tech do all the support on this box...but as time goes on the service call rate is just about unbearable so I am looking to learn to do some of this setup myself

ddecoursey Tue, 07/14/2009 - 05:23

This new network needs to be reachable from all my other networks... excuse me if I use terms out of context...but in watching the cisco tech.....I think I need to establish a vlan(bridge gropup?) for this new network on the 3560..... so ,for instance, If I am sitting on one of the other existing networks I can talk t odevices on this new netowrk

ddecoursey Tue, 07/14/2009 - 05:33

I have a HP Procureve switch that will be the unit that will be cables tothe 3560.... (trunk )then all me servers will connect to this switch...

what I am doing here is establishing a new network/vlan that will support Out of band (OOB) server management ( HP Integrated Lights out aka ILO)

capabilities all my HP servers have an "integrate mamangment processor" that has its own NIC

ddecoursey Tue, 07/14/2009 - 06:10

I have the web device assitant and the netowrk assistant and i kno there is a command line way...which is preferred (for novice)


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