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Router-on-a-stick VLAN possible with SRP547w & SG200-26?

As per the title, I just require 3 to 4 VLANS with inter-VLAN communication enabled. 

In the past I have used this router with each port of the internal switch set to a different VLAN, with each in turn hooked up to an unmanaged switch.  This has work fine for me but I want to dip my toe in the world of .1q VLANS and gain some added flexibility and neatness.

Regards,

Brandon.

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Re: Router-on-a-stick VLAN possible with SRP547w & SG200-26?

Hi Brandon,

Yes, this will be fine for the SRP500.  Just add the port to the VLANs you wish to trunk and the port will automatically be configured as a .1q trunk.

[edit: You can also set the native VLAN for the port on the port configuration page.]

Regards,

Andy

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Re: Router-on-a-stick VLAN possible with SRP547w & SG200-26?

Hi Brandon,

On the SRP, navigate;

  • Interface Setup > LAN > VLAN Setting
  • Create the VLAN with the attribute as desired
  • Further down are 2 sections, available VLAN and Added interface, add the interfaces to the port

On the SX200 switch you will need to assign a port as a native vlan untagged and all additional VLAN tagged.

  • Log the SX200 and navigate VLAN management
  • Create the desired VLAN
  • Navigate to Port VLAN membership, edit the proposed port connecting to the SRP, use the slide arrow to add the VLAN to the port as tagged members

*Ensure the ports connecting are trunk port to allowed multiple VLAN to be carried on the link. An access port permits only 1 VLAN membership.

Hi Andrew! You got me before I can submit

-Tom

Message was edited by: Thomas Watts

-Tom Please mark answered for helpful posts http://blogs.cisco.com/smallbusiness/
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Cisco Employee

Re: Router-on-a-stick VLAN possible with SRP547w & SG200-26?

Hi Brandon,

Yes, this will be fine for the SRP500.  Just add the port to the VLANs you wish to trunk and the port will automatically be configured as a .1q trunk.

[edit: You can also set the native VLAN for the port on the port configuration page.]

Regards,

Andy

Green

Re: Router-on-a-stick VLAN possible with SRP547w & SG200-26?

Hi Brandon,

On the SRP, navigate;

  • Interface Setup > LAN > VLAN Setting
  • Create the VLAN with the attribute as desired
  • Further down are 2 sections, available VLAN and Added interface, add the interfaces to the port

On the SX200 switch you will need to assign a port as a native vlan untagged and all additional VLAN tagged.

  • Log the SX200 and navigate VLAN management
  • Create the desired VLAN
  • Navigate to Port VLAN membership, edit the proposed port connecting to the SRP, use the slide arrow to add the VLAN to the port as tagged members

*Ensure the ports connecting are trunk port to allowed multiple VLAN to be carried on the link. An access port permits only 1 VLAN membership.

Hi Andrew! You got me before I can submit

-Tom

Message was edited by: Thomas Watts

-Tom Please mark answered for helpful posts http://blogs.cisco.com/smallbusiness/
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Router-on-a-stick VLAN possible with SRP547w & SG200-26?

Thank you both for the speedy response! 

Will purchase tomorrow and give it a go.

Regards,

Brandon.

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