Hi! Currently in my network env, I'm running on flat network (on the default vlan1)with all the svrs and client connected to that segments. However I'm planning to have another segments for wifi n ip phones with new vlans for that. My question is that can I not change the vlan of the existing svrs n clients? But I would add a new vlan 10 n 20, for the clients connect thru wifi n ip phone. Can I leave the existing wired client n svr to continue using vlan 1 on the access port?
hi the reason to hv new vlan for wifi is that the ip is limited in the client/svr segment, and I do not want to change the ip of the svr because of the ip rearrangement. So will adding new vlans for other purposes while m
The reason of having new vlans for other purposes is because the client/svr segments' ip is limited and I do not want to change the ip of the svrs. So will adding new vlan while maintaining the svr on vlans 1 work?
With RoAS config you must either put an ip address on the physical interface which will be receiving frames in the native VLAN or configure a subinterface and assign it the native VLAN with the keyword native.
if you don't specify a VLAN membership on an access port of a switch by default it is a member of VLAN 1.
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