I have a query on the Cisco 831 series router. The Cisco 831 series router has 4 10/100 switch port. This router belongs to Ethernet to Ethernet router Category . Now can I connect 4 seperate routers on four 10/100 ports of 831 series router. And also can I do routing between these LAN ports.
What I mean to say is Can I have four different subnet on four ports of the Cisco 831 router? I want to have routing between these LAN subnet. And also can I configure the each port of 831 series router with different subnet.
Any links/Configuration samples would be of great help.
I think, the ports are all layer 2 ports with no capability to configure multiple vlans. Still you should be able to connect PCs or routers on the switch, but all should be on same subnet. They cannot be on a different subnet. As of now I cant seem to locate a link at Cisco website, giving any info about this. I ll let you know if I find something.
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