I have a netgear managed switch and a cisco 1750 router. I would like to set up 2 vlans. the first one is a wan, with a residential cable model connected to it. the other vlan is for my private lan. I will then have the cisco router connected to one port on the switch set up as a trunk. I'm no pro, but from what I've read so far, it should work that way, right? the part I need help with is setting up the cisco router as a gateway and dns proxy, accepting the dynamic ip, gateway, and dns addresses from the cable modem.
router in a stick *write that down* so my setup should work if I can figure out the router configuration. a good online tutorial or something would be helpful for this. I have plenty of cisco books, but maybe something for dummies would help me get started, before digging into the tough stuff.
Lastly you may want to check the Cisco IOS feature Navigator. I was looking at it and I did not see that the 1750 has IEEE 802.1q VLAN Support. It looks like the 1751 is the first platform in the 1700 series that does.
The image you are currently using doesn't appear to support dot1q encapsulation. I believe you need atleast an IP Plus image for this feature. Use the software advisor tool to choose the appropriate IOS. You may have to login to access this tool.
sounds like you're right. I read a website that said something about IP Plus. I wanted to set this up for my home network to replace the cheap newbie router and have something more reliable. I didn't want to spend hundreds of dollars on getting it to work. is there someplace I can get the image cheaper?
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