I hope this will be an easy question to answer but I'm running into a major stumbling block.
I am setting up vlans to break up our ip ranges at our main office as I've just run out of IP addresses. As we have some external partners that have equipment located on premise the dicision was made to add vlans to inable us to implement our virtual desktop environment. The equipment on hand is all cisco. Routers 2811 and 2600, switches 2960's 3750G's and new SG-300's.
What I've found is that 2960's and 3750's play nice with VTP but do not support GVRP. The SG-300's support GVRP but not VTP so everything will be configured manually.
I am trying not to configure (or at least minimumly) the 2811 branch router. I've added a 2621XM to be the vlan router.
Main switch is a 2960 (2 48ports and 1 24port), all servers and SAN's are on the 3750G's, all workstations and VDI's will be on the 2960's and SG-300's, IP phones are on the 2960's.
On the SG-300's Cisco has changed how to access the switch and it appears that I can not look at the familiar IOS settings and have to use the GUI which is fine except I can not upload the config file for you to see. I've included the files for the two routers and the main switch. As I'm not concerned with the 3750's at this time I didn't include them.
The one thing I didn't include on the network drawing is I'm also trying to use DHCP on these vlans and and the DHCP server is on vlan1.
I've modified the configurations for berevity (i.e. removing extra switch ports)