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laptop communicating with different vlans

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Hi,

I have a Cisco 3750 and I have added the main vlan from the trunked switch so i can get on the network. Let's call it vlan 800. I plan on also adding another vlan so I can add oracle to it and another vlan for something else. Now I have vlan 800, 801 (oracle), 802 (etc). I now plug in a laptop into the configured 3750. Do I have to do anything else to the vlans or the switch so the laptop will be able to access the network and oracle since it is in a separate vlan or do I need to do something else. I hope it makes sense.

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so let's say the ip address 192.168.82.1 will be used as the dg for the oracle machine..correct? Once this is done the bal once connected to the switch should be able to hit the machines on the different vlans..correct? Thanks much.
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Yes...If the DG on the other hosts are correctly configured.

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thanks don will set it up and let you know.
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