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Hello,

I am setting up two VLANS for the purpose of putting two SBS 2003 servers on my network. DHCP and internet is provided by my Sonicwall TZ190 device. This device needs to communicate with both networks. Having DHCP provided only to LAN A is fine because thats where the majority of clients are and LAN B can be a static assignments.

How should I set this up on the netgear, as I do not see how to apply one port to both VLANS?
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by:KCTS
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Two SBS servers ?
I assume you are creating two seperate independant domains ?
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by:CorpComp
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I am not sure how to setup the netgear the way you want.  But you could get a small switch, plug the firewall into it, and plug that switch into both VLANs.
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by:tacshose
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Yes, This is two separate SBS 2003 servers for two different companies that are currently sharing the same building and sharing I.T. expenses.

As a simple switch wouldn't that ALLOW transfer between the two VLANS, especially a cheap switch with no ability to read tagging information?????


It looks like I got the Netgear to work by following some additional documentation and untagging the VLANS. packets. Things still seem fully separated and works great. If anyone has additional information, comments, or suggestion for my current situation that would be great!

Thanks
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