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OEAP 600 bridging dual-rlans?

I have established dual-rlans on different segments.

I have a 2960g switch.  I created vl2 (management) and vl3 (data).

I connected rlan1 (port4) to vl2 and rlan2 (port3) to vl3.

My laptop receives a dhcp address on vl3 and the switch (in dhcp mode) receives it's proper address on vl2.

Unfortunately a MAC is assigned to each vl and to the management interface.  Thats 3 out of the 2 sets of 4.

So a managed switch is NOT the desired device to have on the back side of an OEAP600.

In any case doing a show mac address-table revealed that all the vl2 MAC addresses were duplicated on vl3.

To the tune of 216 addresses.  108 in each vlan.  Which is a close match to the current host counts for each segment

98 + 18.

Obviously this application is not what was envisioned by the OEAP team during work-up.

The goal of 4 host devices on the rlan is proving difficult to achieve.

The client wants 2 pc's and 2 digi-port servers.

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OEAP 600 bridging dual-rlans?

OK switched to a 3560 and routed mode...

and with just the link to the 600 the switch reports:


and err-disables the port.

I set no keepalives and the problem is gone.  So the 600 is looping back..

I wonder just what type of Switch or Hub the design team had in mind.

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