This may seem pretty redimentery but I just spent the last hour looking at google results on my search. I am hooking a Cisco 3560 switch to a 2811 rtr. Here is my current configs from the switch & RtR. Should I have any special setting on switch or router? It just seems like I should have more config paremeters on the switch
Your config looks pretty straight forward. By default all ports of a switch falls on vlan 1. So your port fa0/48 is also on vlan 1. Now i assume all the rest of the ports on the switch are also on vlan 1. If then the clients falling in subnet 10.1.34.0 subnet should be able to ping 10.1.34.2 (router).
Are you able to do this ?
I see you have helper-address, for getting DHCP for clients. Are you getting an ip address leased on each PC ?
Yes All the rest of the ports are on vlan1. All clients do get and ip address from the 10.1.34.0 subnet. If the DCHP server is busy the do go across the 10.1.35.0 subnet and get an ip sitting on the DHCP server there.
So I am assuming all looks good and there is nothing else to configure on the switchport fa0/48 which connects to the router?
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