I have a hybrid kind of network. I want to create create two VLANs on Cisco SGE2010 so that these two VLANs should not talk each other but at the same time they are able to talk Domain controllers, DHCP and other servers which are on other switches.
I am able to create two separate VLANs but they stop talking with other servers(DC, DHCP, etc) which are on another switch.
I forgot to tell you that other servers(DC, DHCP) resided on HP and nortel switches which are managed switches but i have not configured them. So now servers are connected to default VLAN of respective switches. Does this difference ?
The setup is like this,
I have configured two VLANs - 100 and 200. I have configured g3 port in 100 VLAN as untagged member and g37 port in 200 VLAN as untagged member. Now they don't talk each other which is my requirement. Now I want to talk these two VLANs members with DHCP, DC which are on HP/nortel switches.
It would be great if you give me some direction to achieve this setup.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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