Hi there. I have what is hopefully a very easy/newbie question. I work for a nonprofit that received a WS-C2960S-24TS-L as a donation. We want to create a VLAN on a single port that is connected to a 5-port switch to segment the computers used by our participants from our office computers.
I believe I followed the steps correctly to telnet to the device, create the VLAN and then assign a port to the VLAN. However when I plug the switch (or even just a single computer) into the jack connected to that port the computer is unable to resolve an IP address (Windows 7 reports that it won't connect tho my location network or the Internet). I have tried creating the VLAN on a different port, tried different cables but the same results. The VLAN port on the Cisco lights up green when I connect to it, but the computer/s on the receiving end don't get a conection. Am I missing a command I should issue once the VLAN is created and the port is assigned? It seems like it should be a straight-forward process but it just doesn't seem to work.
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