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How should I setup my cisco 2950's

Posted on 2008-06-16
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Hello,

i just got 2 cisco 2950's and I would like some input into how I should setup my network.

Current setup:
Cisco PIX 501--------------------------------------Cisco 2950 ----------------------Cisco 2950.
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                                                 10 business users       2 printers                            4 servers

Should I bother to setup separate Vlans on this configuration?

Any other suggestions?
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No need for VLANs.  This is just about as basic a LAN as they get.
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