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Can VLAN's Traverse P2P T1?

I have two 1841's with T1 HWIC's, I am wondering if it possible to have VLAN's traverse the T1 connection from our 6513 switch at our main campus to a 3550 switch at a remote site. I would like to be able to setup different VLAN's on the 3550. I am not very advanced in Cisco routing and I have looked through Cisco's site without luck. Any help pointing me in the right direction would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Re: Can VLAN's Traverse P2P T1?

Although it is possible to achieve that, the real question is, do you 100% positively need that ?

A sane network design calls for separate subnets and routing at remote locations, not bridging. I would recommend you do that and leave the VLANs in a campus environment only.

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Re: Can VLAN's Traverse P2P T1?

It is what we would to see, client's on one vlan, printer's on another, wireless access on another. Would you happens to have a url explaining how to acheive this? Thanks!

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Can VLAN's Traverse P2P T1?

Hi, routing does not prevent that in any way.

Really there is no document about, such is the nature of networking, recommend perhaps some "primer" book.

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