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Cisco 1548M Connecting VLANs Together

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I've been able to create separate VLANs w/ my Cisco 1548M switch, but how can I interconnect these separate VLANs?
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u have to use a router...
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I'm not quite sure if I understand... where does the router hook up to...

For example... 1 side of the router in Port 1 (VLAN #1) of the switch and the other side of the router in Port 2 (VLAN #2) of the switch?  Then I can connect any nodes to any other ports that are either VLAN 1 or 2 and they'll be able to communicate thru the router?
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yes but As long as uconfigured to use the router address on VLANs as their gateway, the router will happily excahnge packets with the other VLANs -- which it knows about because it has interfaces on those VLANs, too.
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