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VLAN Question?

What would be a logical application for a VLAN network. If you had VLAN1 and VLAN2 and a backbone connected the two switches that the hubs and the workstations ran into?
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Andy36
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stevenlewisCommented:
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stevenlewisCommented:
You have this twice, delte the other one befor e someone comments in it
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Andy36Author Commented:
Which one should I delete, There are comments on both already and How do I delete?
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Andy36Author Commented:
Also my question is what type of situation would you use a VLAN, like what kind of business would you use a VLAN?
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stevenlewisCommented:
Andy36 It is my feeling that this is a homework question, and I will not just give you the answer, I will however point you in a direction. Read my link all the way thruogh. It should give you some ideas
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Andy36Author Commented:
Thanks that was helpful.
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