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Virtual lan Hi i am using fc8 and i want to setup a virtual lan on my pc i have created two guest os and i am using vnet module to create vlan . please anyone assist me what to do

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Is the goal to use a different VLAN for each access point (AP)? If so then you will need to configure each NetGear port to use the same VLAN as the AP that is connected to it. You will then need either a switched virtual interface (SVI) for each VLAN on the NetGear or a trunk port (802.1q) from the NetGear to the Cisco. I'm not sure the NetGear will support SVIs but it will support trunks. An SVI basically creates a gateway for each VLAN's subnet. For example, let's say AP1 uses VLAN 10 and the subnet is 10.0.10.0/24 while AP2 uses VLAN 20 with a 10.0.20.0/24 subnet. The NetGear will need 2 SVIs, one for each VLAN/subnet. The first SVI for VLAN 10 can be configured with IP address 10.0.10.1/24 while the second SVI can be configured with 10.0.20.1/24 for VLAN 20. These IP addresses will be the gateway for each VLAN. Finally, the NetGear would need to act as a router and route each VLAN's subnet to the Cisco device. Once again I don't believe the FS726TP supports this.

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to make a VLAN you would need to log on to the router, get to config mode, and then type vlan [vlan number] name [text name for vlan] and press enter. This creates the vlan in the vlan database (vlan.dat in flash).

Once you have done this, create the actual vlan interface by typing int vlan x and pressing enter, and then configure this like a normal interface with an ip address, etc (don't forget to no shut the interface!).

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