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multi-vlan port

i have a cisco switch cat 3524, and i make vlan1,2,3.

f0/1-8 ports are in vlan1 in subnet 10.200.1.0/24,

f0/9-16 ports are in vlan2 in subnet 10.200.2.0/24,

f0/17-23 ports are in vlan3 in subnet 10.200.3.0/24.

and if i make port f0/24 a multi-vlan(vlan 1,2,3) port,

what should i config ip address of the PC which connect to f0/24?

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Cisco Employee

Re: multi-vlan port

Which ever VLAN you want the PC to be in. Also is there any particular reason you want this PC port to be a multi VLAN port. You can find more info on CCO

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/793/lan_switching/3.html#catalyst2935

New Member

Re: multi-vlan port

I just want this PC which connet to multi-vlan port f0/24 can access vlan1,vlan2 and vlan3.

am i right?

Cisco Employee

Re: multi-vlan port

OK..assign it an IP address from any subnet(vlan1, 2 or 3) and you should be fine

New Member

Re: multi-vlan port

thanks,i have another question:

if i have 4 switches,i connect them,so i must use trunk,thus i can not create multi-vlan on any port,am i right?

if i still want to create multi-vlan port,what should i do?stack these 4 switches?

or any other solution?

Cisco Employee

Re: multi-vlan port

True..All GigaStack GBIC interfaces in the cascaded stack should be configured as trunk interfaces. If daisy chaining using regular GBICs is an option, configure these interfaces as Multivlan ports as well and it should work

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