Cisco 2950 VLAN.

I want to set up a VLAN on a 2950, i want to assign FastEthernet0/1 -> FastEthernet0/8 to a separate VLAN.

So i fired up the CMS, highligted those ports and chose Static Access and VLAN ID 2. But it seems like units on those port still can "see" units on the rest of the ports.

Am i missing something vital here?
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You have not mentioned any routers attached to your switch ?

Each VLAN is considered a logical network, and packets destined for stations that do not belong to the VLAN must be forwarded through a router or bridge. VLANs are identified with a number from 1 to 1001.

Or are u trying something simpler ??
j2Author Commented:
I just want to physically divide the switch between two separate segments. I want it to behave as two separate switches.
Perhaps this docuement will help, assuming you have command line access:

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j2Author Commented:
SOrry for the long overdue answer. I kind of forgot abput this q.
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