Say I have a person named Mike who belongs to vlan 2 on switch A with ip 192.168.1.5. Mike moves to another department but needs to stay in vlan 2. Mike is given an IP address of 10.0.10.5. How does Mike stay in vlan 2 when he is now in a different subnet? I thought that vlans where supposed to be designed so that a single vlan usually shares a single subnet.
Can vlans span multiple subnets? Should you do it that way?
If the new location is within the same VTP domain, and is not segmented by a router interface it should be possible for "Mike" to stay in the same VLAN. The switch in the new department should see VLAN 2. Use the show vtp status & show vlan commands to verify that the vlan is visible within the vtp domain. If it is visible set mike's switch port to be a member of vlan 2.
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