If I put a router and use one interface to create 11 different subinterfaces for my vlans and keep one interface for routing between another network, am I overloading the router? if there is such a thing
yeah it is possible to create vlans on the routers which you hav specified. i have configured nearly 30 vlans on a 1700 series router in my organzation & it workz fine. it is possible by creating sub-interfaces.
eg. interface fastethernet 0/0
no ip address
interface fastethernet 0/0.1
ip address 10.1.1.1 255.0.0.0
in this way you can configure vlans on the router. make sure that ur not setting up any additional parameters on the fasthether 0/0, configurations has to be done only on the sub-interfaces. physcial port connected to the switch from the router should b the trunking port on the switch side also.
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