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We have several VLANs within our network. We have fiber comming into our building which connects to a netgear managed switch, I have configured several of the ports to be 'Trunk' ports (opening all VLANs) I ran a cable from one of the Trunk ports to a dell managed Switch and need some help configuring it.

For some reason I can get it to work, but I cannot web access it. I am not sure how to type the problem I am having but would like some help in terms of VLAN membership (tagged to a particular vlan) VLAN port settings, and I know I am missing something.
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What type of Dell switch? Can you access it though the console port?

Here is a cli reference for dell. While it states for a specific model,  the command should work for your switch also, if it is a managed dell switch.

http://docs.us.dell.com/support/edocs/network/pc6024/en/cli/pdf/6024CLI4.pdf


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Dell PowerConnect 2724, yes I can access it through Port 1 but If I connect through that port I cannot surf the web.
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Could you post the config. The port connecting to your netgear needs to be a set as a trunk also. You will also need to create the vlans on the dell switch.
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Config for the Trunk Port on the Netgear
interface  0/24
vlan participation exclude 1
vlan participation include 550
vlan tagging 550
vlan participation include 3901
vlan tagging 3901
vlan participation include 3902
vlan tagging 3902
vlan participation include 3903
vlan tagging 3903
vlan participation include 3904
vlan tagging 3904
vlan participation include 3905
vlan tagging 3905
vlan participation include 3906
vlan tagging 3906
vlan participation include 3907
vlan tagging 3907
vlan participation include 3908
vlan tagging 3908
vlan participation include 3909
vlan tagging 3909
exit

I also have attached a word Doc with some screen shots of the dell switch.
Dell-VLAN-Config.doc
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We decided to not do VLAN's.
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Thank you for your help
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On the dell screen shot, the port that you want to have as a trunk needs to be set to tagged.  For the other ports leave untagged, but select what vlan you want the specific ports to be in on the Vlan Port Settings page. Sorry for the late response. I somehow missed the email notifying me of your comment.
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