Currently I have 2 Cisco/Linksys SRW2024 with 2 fiber links assigned to 1 lag providing my trunk between two locations. I have 12 vlans configured. So my change that I want to accomplish is.... I want to disontinue the use of the Linksys SRW2024 switches and I have bought 3 Cisco SG500-52 which I want to have switch A in my server room using the 2 existing fiber links to connect to switch B that is in a switch closet in another area (existing fiber run is about 100 ft). Switch B and switch C located in switch room, I want connected to each other with the stack function giving me a 5gb connection between the two switches. I want to keep all of these switches in Layer 2 mode. I have bought the SFP-H10GB-CU3 cable that works between two of these switches and my intention is to use it between switch B and C. FYI - If I connect two of these switches together using the SFT-H10GB-CU3 cable everything works fine for stacking (just explaining I have tested the cable).
Once I have this accomplished, I will be adding another switch in Layer 3 mode to provide routing between my various VLANs. The current Netgear SRX5308 randomly becomes confused with DHCP and routing between the various VLANS. A reboot resolves this problem. In the end I will have the switches above and 3 SG500-28P switches. Switches D,E and F. Switches B, C, D and F I want stacked with SFP-H10GB-CU3 cables between them so my trunk between the server room and switch room is 3gb or better and the connections between switches B, C, D and F is 5gb.
Hi every one!!!When you are configuring a remote VPN connection, there
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