I have a Netware 6.5 server with a Intel PRO1000 NIC. It is plugged into a Cisco 4560 switch. Most of my clients are in VLAN1 right now and I want to start moving users into different vlans. What I would like to do is keep VLAN1 and the IP address of my server the same but add VLAN 160 with another IP address to the same NIC. I am aware that I need to load IANS drivers.
So this is my autoexec.ncf file.
LOAD CE1000.LAN SLOT=10013 FRAME=ETHERNET_II NAME=CE1000_4_EII
LOAD CE1000.LAN SLOT=702 FRAME=Ethernet_II NAME=CE1000_3_EII
LOAD CE1000.LAN SLOT=701 FRAME=Ethernet_II NAME=CE1000_2_EII
load iANS vlanid=1 frame=ethernet_ii name=vlan_1_ii team=1
load iANS vlanid=160 frame=ethernet_ii name=vlan_160_ii team=1
bind iANS CE1000_4_EII team=1
load iANS commit team=1
BIND IP vlan_1_ii addr=192.168.0.7 mask=255.255.240.0 gate=192.168.3.33
BIND IP vlan_160_ii addr=172.26.0.7 mask=255.255.240.0 gate=172.26.0.1
With this setup a PC on VLAN 160 can ping 172.26.0.7 but a PC on VLAN1 CANNOT ping 192.168.0.7. Now if I take out the VLAN1 piece and just tell it to BIND IP CE1000_4_EII addr=192.168.0.7 mask=255.255.240.0 gate=192.168.3.33 I can ping 192.168.0.7 from a PC in VLAN1 but I cannot ping 172.26.0.7 from a PC in VLAN 160.
Any thoughts on this problem? Now I do have a second NIC card in this server. Would it just be best to configure the IP address of this card to be on VLAN 160, then on my switch set the port to static VLAN 160? I guess then all of my clients that know to connect to my server via the ip 192.168.0.7 would have issues? Is this where SLP comes into play?
Any help would be appreciated. I am hitting a wall here.