I have two offices one in Class A IP addressing 10.200.X.X/ 255.255.0.0 & other office is using class B IP addressing 172.17.2.x/ 255.255.255.0. Can I use one 24 port switch and use 12 ports for office A & 12 ports for office B using VLANs
can its possibe to create two different class IP addresses to be used to create VLAN on a single switch. And also what IP and subnet mask in each case I should give for example for VLAN5 for class A & VLAN10 for class B IP address
I have a L2 switch with fiber module & I want to trunk both Class A 10.200.x.x/16 & Class B 172.17.3.x/24 IP onto the fiber cable & connect to other building switch.Also If I use L3 switch can I enable intervlan routing between these Class A & Class B IPs.thanks
Yes on your l2 switch you can define 2 vlans and configure your ports for those vlans.
Connect your machines on respective vlans and assign them 2 subnet.
You can configure your fiber interface as trunk and extend your vlans to your other building and in other building if you have layre 3 switch you can configure intervlan routing for these 2 vlans to cimmunicate between each other.
Also the two offices are at the same physical location which are connected with their own respective routers. I just wanted to use a 24 gigabit switch for both the offices which are on different Class A 10.200.X.X/ 255.255.0.0 & other office is using class B 172.17.3.x/255.255.255.0 IPs. both offices are connected to different Internet gateway & servers of their respective offices
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