3005 address pools and vlan

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Nov 16th, 2006
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I have two questions:

1.Can a 3005 concentrator with a Private interface on a subnet provide a pool of addresses to clients that are on a subnet?

I tried this and could not communicate with anything. I received an address, but could not ping anything on the remote network.

All needed routes were in the concentrator.

2. If a concentrator is providing addresses from a pool (all on the same subnet, concentrator private and clients),and I wanted to VLAN the subnet,

Is all that is needed to make sure the concentrator Private interface is in the VLAN?

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a.kiprawih Thu, 11/16/2006 - 20:52
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1. Yes, you can achieve this as long as Private interface knows how to reach the subnet, i.e route is known/available via router/L3 switch.

Make sure you allow icmp on the filter on the Public interface.

2. You can either put the Private interface to/under that Vlan, or you have a L3 device (router/L3 switch) that enable inter-vlan routing.

HTH. Pls rate all useful post(s).



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