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VLAN Policy 10 years 7 months ago #14123

  • taq
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For a dynamic VLAN, in the core switch can we assign a range of ip addresses to a VLAN? For an example :

VLAN 1 : 10.1.1.2 until 10.1.1.20
VLAN 2 : 10.1.2.1 until 10.1.2.20, etc..

So, when a PC with an ip address of 10.1.2.2 plugged to any port in the network, will become a member of VLAN 2.

Is this possible?

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Re: VLAN Policy 10 years 7 months ago #14126

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dont know If you have the correct meaning of what a dynamic vlan is??

It is a mapping of Mac to Ip address where in a switch (the vmps server) must download a mac to ip to vlan database hosted ina tftp server, once the database is in teh vmps server memory it starts to dynamically assings each new host who enter a switchport by reading the source mac address, the mapped vlan.

So the correct operation is that every frame that enters the switch has no ip address.
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Re: VLAN Policy 10 years 7 months ago #14148

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So, the MAC to IP mapping is done in the server. What if a new mobile user gets connected. Will the server assigns a new ip address?

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Re: VLAN Policy 10 years 7 months ago #14150

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exactly! in the vmps server who is indeed a switch device.
so if the new mobile devic is plugged into a switch it is again forwarded to the vmps server and cheked if there exist an mac to ip - to vlan if there exist it is applied.
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