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How can i see other computer in VLAN network using netbios?
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enable ports 137 thru 139
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doh, nevermind, I have VPN on the brain
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You can double click network neighborhood and get there.
you can open internet explorer and type "\\computername\c$"

from dos
you can type "net use q: \\Computername\c$" then type "q:" and the do a dir.

Not sure what you are asking.
Is it related to the computers being in different vlans?
You must enable inter-vlan routing to let other vlans "see" each other.

Is it security related?  You must let ports 137-139 thru on your vacls.

Be more specific and we can pinpoint the problem (if there is one)
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802.1q is sometimes used for intervlan routing.
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artgayoso: Please define problem more clearly.

t1n0m3n: 802.1q is a layer 2 trunking protocol.  Inter-vlan routing would occur at layer 3.
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You are correct, I actually meant vlan spanning...

I.E. it lets the vlans talk to each other.
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