I've recently purchased a Cisco catalyst 2960S-24TS-L & setup 3 VLANS 10 (no current IP),20 (192.168.2.1) and 30 (192.168.3.1) to reflect the router VLAN configuration & ip information. When conntecing my PC to the switch to test connectivity on (2.1 & 3.1) I'm unable to connect to the the net but can sucessfully ping GW (int FE0.20 & FE0.30) 192.168.2.1 & 3.1.
The router is an Cisco 1801 & it seems this is where the confuration issue is but I'm unable to figure out how to complete the setup. It has been quite awhile since I've configured a Cisco router & would appreciate any help.
Ive never had this router connected to a switch so all router switch ports are in the default VLAN1 (192.168.1.2), with FE0 disabled. In trying to get the switch to communicate with the router I made the following router config modifcations.
FE0 enabled with subinterfaces configured
FE0.10-currently no ip
I have two issues I want to resolve:
1) I do not know what additional steps are required to allow 2.1.& 3.1 VLANs to access the net.
2) I want to disbale VLAN1 if possible & use the network IP for VLAN10 (192.168.1.0). I'm unsure how to do this as any change on VLAN1 immediately breaks router access and the router reconfiguration becomes more complicated with chages to the FW ACL etc.
Any help with explicit detailed directions(including commands) to complete issues 1 & 2 would be very appreciated.
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