I planned to create several VLANs and route them using our Cisco 3560G. I'm new to Cisco (sadly). When I were using the Cisco Network Assistant to manage the network, we only have one 3560g (24 port) and a couple of 2960G (8 ports). I changed the subnet of everything in the network to a non typical one (ie 192.168.201.0/24). After changing all the computers and the router, I thought I had to change the switch IP adress to the 126.96.36.199 (it was 192.168.1.254 before). After chnaging the IP of the switch, I created a couple of VLANs and assigned them to two ports (for testing purposes), the first port it was mine, and the second one it was a NAS disk. Well, after that I never managed to get into the switch again, I can't even ping it from the same subnet, I changed my cable to a different port but I can't ping or log in into the switch... what can be happening?, I'm sorry if this is a too noob question...
Does my switch remember that I was assignet to a different VLAN (he remember the MAC address of something?)
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