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Creating isolated Vlan on 4500 switch

Hi everyone,

We have core switch 4507 which is VTP server mode.

Its Flat layer 2 network  where core connects to layer 2   3750 and this 3750 connects to access switch where user connects there switch.

We have 2 standlone PC  that need to talk to each other only and they should be separate from each other.

if i make layer 2 vlan say

Core switch config

vlan 10 **********

there is no need for svi vlan right?

on core switch and then this vlan info will go to the access switch

access switch config

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 10

and if users can then assign any IP to both machines as long as they are in same subnet this should work right?

Regards

Mahesh

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Creating isolated Vlan on 4500 switch

Yes, assuming the access switch is a client in the core switch VTP domain and connected via a trunk. No Layer 3 SVI is required.

Hosts on access ports of that new VLAN can communicate to each other using a common locally configured IP addresses from a subnet that doesn't need to be configured on any network equipment as a layer 3 interface.

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Creating isolated Vlan on 4500 switch

Yes, assuming the access switch is a client in the core switch VTP domain and connected via a trunk. No Layer 3 SVI is required.

Hosts on access ports of that new VLAN can communicate to each other using a common locally configured IP addresses from a subnet that doesn't need to be configured on any network equipment as a layer 3 interface.

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Creating isolated Vlan on 4500 switch

Many Thanks Marvin for reply back.

Regards

Mahesh

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