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Vlan aggregation query

Posted on 2010-09-19
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Hi,

We have to design a network where every hotel room needs to have its own vlan mapped to an individual port.

Problem is is that this hotel has over 600 rooms, which means we need to create 600 different vlans and 600 different subnets (nightmare!)

Is there a way to great a super vlan structure or an aggregated vlan design that removes the complexity and tediousness of the standard design?
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by:giltjr
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I don't think so.

If you switch has a CLI you could create a script that generates the needed configuration commands and then just copy and paste into the CLI.
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Not sure what happened here. I did not request to close off this thread, but to complete it. Sorry guys re-closing this properly.
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