Problem: I want to buy a Cisco 24 port switch that has the ability to have one port that can be a member of two VLANS. VLAN 1 will be on subnet 192.168.3.X and VLAN 2 will be on subnet 192.168.30.X. A MS 2003 Standard server with one NIC assigned with two IP addresses will be attached to a port on the switch that belongs to both subnets. The server's two IP addresses are 192.168.3.10 and 192.168.30.10. The idea here is that all clients on either VLAN need to be able to see this server. Does anyone know if this scenario can be done and if so how and what switch do I need? Note: I can't add another NIC to the server, the software I am using on the server can work with only one NIC but the multiple IP addresses on one NIC are ok though.