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Dose 3com 4200 26 port support vlans ?

Dose 3com 4200 26 port support vlans ? i did not find anything related to vlans in its documentation.

could you please help?
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Suliman Abu Kharroub
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agriesserCommented:
I don't have such a switch at hand right now, but according to Google, quite a lot of people have successfully configured VLANs on the 4200 series of 3COM switches, but that might also depend on the firmware version you're running on the switch.
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rochey2009Commented:
Hi,

The following document suggests that it does support vlans.

http://support.3com.com/infodeli/tools/switches/ss/fast/dna1730-0aaa02rev02.pdf
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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Author Commented:
How?? Nether  the web interface nor the CLI  commands show that I can configure VLANs.

I dont know from where can I do that.

any idea is highly appreciated.
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agriesserCommented:
After digging a bit deeper, it SEEMS that only the following models of the 4200 series support VLANs, because out of the management user guide for firmware release 3.0:

This section applies to the Switch 4226T, Switch
4250T and Switch 4228G only.

But on the other hand, did you already have a look at all the possible options in the CLi interrface? Sometimes, VLAN stuff is buried below Bride configurations, so in your screenshot above, try to highlight the Bridge configuratino options and see if you can configure VLANs in there. You possibly need to create the VLANs on your switch first before you can assign them to one physical interface or one specific port.
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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Author Commented:
I dont see "vlan" work anywhere :S

If I remain all switch ports in VLAN1, can they communicate with other vlans  throw a layer switch ?
in other words, I want to connect this port to a VLAN environment, if I configured all clients connected to this switch with vlan1 ip address ( supposed that it is 10.0.0.1 which is configured in a layer 3 switch)  as a default gateway  can they communicate with each other?  
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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Author Commented:
sorry i meant >> I didn't see "vlan" word anywhere :S
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agriesserCommented:
yes, untagged traffic (on switches tgat do not support 803.1q) will always be routed ibto tagged vlans if a vkan capable switch or router is used.
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rochey2009Commented:
Have a look under the bridge menu for vlans.
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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Author Commented:
Thanks
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