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cisco switch vlan and Router configuration needed

Hi,

In our new Head office we have to set up a Network connectivity.

Total our office 4 floors.In each floor we kept  three cisco 2950 switch.

We have L3 switch(cisco 3560) to connect the all the other switch.

In our office total 5 departments.we have to create VLan for each departments in the switch.

We want to all user to communicate to each other.

We have WAN connectivity in the router(cisco 2900) to connect the other office.

First i want know how to physically connect all the swiches and finally with  the L3 switch.

How to configure the VLAN in both L2 and L3 switch.

In our other client office one router to connect the both office.

In the router how to configure and which protocol to use to communication.

Ip address:10.10.40.0/22

WAN IP :192.168.214.65/30

Any one give me the configuration.

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New Member

cisco switch vlan and Router configuration needed

I think you should pay a local IT company to do this for you. If not, you will create over time a lot of downtime because of lack of knowledge.

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Re: cisco switch vlan and Router configuration needed

How to configure the VLAN in both L2 and L3 switch.

A simple search of the phrase "vlan configuration example" in the Cisco website will yield you the link.

First i want know how to physically connect all the swiches and finally with  the L3 switch.

This is not easy to answer because we don't know what or how each floor is cabled up?  We don't know how each floor can "see" each other via cabling?  Copper?  Fibre?  Co-Ax (Groan!)

I agree with Daniel's last post:  You want to do this right for the first time?

If you want this done right for the first time, then get a IT Consultant or a Systems/Network integrator.  If you want to learn then ask them alot of questions and watch how they did things.  Not everything they do is "right" so follow your instinct:  If something does not seem right then ask until reason and logic satisfies you.

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cisco switch vlan and Router configuration needed

Thank u for your advice

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