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i can't setup a trunk because i don't have a high speed ethernet port on any of my routers but can i deticate one router with two ports just to route between the 2 vlans?(each port goes to each vlan)
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Yes, if you have a router with 2 Ethernet ports, you can simply plug one port into each VLAN..
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