Ok CISCO peeps, here is my issue. I have a network of 7 computers, 4 workstations, 2 windows servers, 1 Solaris servier. I am connecting them to a 2960G Switch. The workstations and Solaris server all have dual NICs. I have two vLans setup on the switch, call them vlan 3 and vlan 10. I want vlan 10 to connect through port 30 on the switch to a core switch. From that core switch to a router, to another switch and finally to a server on the other end. My IP scheme looks like this...
192.168.70.xxx for the vlan 10
211.22.126.xxx for the vlan 3
My local switch is 192.168.70.1 and the remote router is 192.168.70.126.
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