Just to add to Mahmood's notes. If you are using windows OS, then then you would use the term teaming for the NICS. If you are using LINUX then you would bond the interfaces.
If the reason for having VLAN 1 and VLAN 2 is to have diffierent IP sunbets assigned to each NIC then you do not want to TEAM or BOND the interfaces and having two VLANS is correct. If they are going to be on the same IP subnet then you only need the single VLAN.
I would leave VLAN 1 as native and use VLAN 2 for your active traffic.
You definately want to set a trunk between the switches so the VLAN tag will be added to the Frames/Packets going between the switches.
You got it correctly, we cant use NIC teaming for the servers as the deployment is for Cisco IPCC and ICM and CVP doesnt support nic teaming.
That the reason we are using more than one VLAN's..
I am not running any voice on the switches so why do we require trunking to connect access switch to core? as yesterday i pull one cross over cable from core switch and terminated to my access switch and after doing the basic connectivity i was able to reach internet(Please note the ports on both the access and core switches were access not trunk)
And right now i have only one switch configured where i have two vlans to segregate two nic traffic..but now i want to configure another switch in rack two. So want to verify how to make these switches communicate,
As far as my understanding goes, i just have to extend my VLAN's to new switch and all will work fine. What say?
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