We have a multi-tenant building for which I provide voice/data solutions. We decided to implement VLANs to segregate the tenants on the network for security/management purposes and still allow them access to the Internet. I have installed (6) 2950 routers trunked together via the GigabitEthernet ports, routing through a 2801, through a firewall, and out to the Internet. The VLANs have been configured to receive IP addresses from a Win2K DHCP server and all scopes are set up and working properly. When everyone was connected to the new switches straight out of the box, they defaulted to the native VLAN1 and there were no issues. I went in to assign FastEthernet0/10 on Switch5 to Static Access VLAN 16 to place that tenants uplink connection from their switch in VLAN16. All of their PCs received their new IP addresses (192.168.16.X) and they continued to function correctly. The problems arose when they tried to send an email with any size attachment. The send would time out and error with unable to connect to their POP email server. All emails without attachments send/receive without errors. The attachments were only 800k pdf documents. I tested down to a 20k attachment before finally getting the email to pass through. This is occurring in all VLANs regardless of POP, switch, or port.
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