Gi0/17, it is configured as a switchport for vlan 13, which works fine.
Gi0/19, is intended to be a connection to a vlan for IPv6 access, but I am having a troublesome time getting it to function.
The other end of the cable plugged into Gi0/19 is connected to a router which is configured for IPv6 stateless DHCP, with ports 8-15 being part of vlan2. (It's local IPv4 addressing is a /28, it's IPv6 addressing is a /64)
What I would like to see happening is have both vlans accessible off the single internal port Gi0/11, which is at least currently configured as a trunk.
Sorry for such a haphazzard request, but any help or direction is greatly appreciated.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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