Ive got a couple question on VLANs. If I have a subnet for a location such as 10.96.100.x, with a mask of 255.255.252.0, and a gateway of 10.96.100.1.
This gives me access to four class C size blocks:
Know lets say that I want to place a layer 3 Switch at the top of my network, turn each of these blocks into their own VLAN (VLAN 2, 3, and 4,) and route between the VLANs.
Question 1: Prior to the VLANs my gateway for my entire subnet was 10.96.100.1. After configuring my VLANs, will each VLAN have a different gateway or do all of them still operate with their original gateway?
Question 2: Again, prior to VLANs I had one DHCP server for the entire subnet. Do I know need a different DHCP server for each VLAN or is there a way I can configure one server to provide DHCP service for all four VLANs?
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