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interface vlan1 question

hi,

i have a lan, and no vlans created.

when assigning the interface vlan 1 an IP address, should it be in the same ip subnet as the lan hosts?

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Re: interface vlan1 question

Hi Shadow,

As you say no vlans created which means cisco switches have default vlan 1 so your all ports are in vlan 1.

So your hosts are now a part of vlan 1 and if they are a part of vlan 1 which means the vlan 1 interface ip address should be in same subnet.

But ofcourse if you have different vlans configured on your switch hosts connected to those vlans should have a different subnet.

HTH

Ankur

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Cisco Employee

Re: interface vlan1 question

Hi Shadow,

As you say no vlans created which means cisco switches have default vlan 1 so your all ports are in vlan 1.

So your hosts are now a part of vlan 1 and if they are a part of vlan 1 which means the vlan 1 interface ip address should be in same subnet.

But ofcourse if you have different vlans configured on your switch hosts connected to those vlans should have a different subnet.

HTH

Ankur

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