I am looking for some help setting up a VLAN on a Dell 6024 switch (does support Layer 3\Routing).
What I want do, if I can, is just plug the switch into the existing network (192.168.2.x IPs), configure about 8 ports as a VLAN 250 (192.168.250.x IPs) and then allow routing from the 250.x VLAN to the rest of the network including internet access.
Is this possible? In theory I believe it is but I seem to having some issue getting it configured correctly. Right now I have 2 VLANs configured. I also want to disallow DHCP from the regular network (VLAN 20) to the other VLAN 250 network.
192.168.2.x 255.255.255.0 Ports g1-g6
192.168.250.x 255.255.255.0 Ports 13-16
I have the ports set as “General” and “Admit All”, and I have the starting ports(Port 1 and Port 13) for each VLAN set as “Access” and “Admit All”
Thank you for any help you can provide. I have looked at this for quite some time and can reset my switch to default again and start over if needed. I just need some help getting it done. Thank you again.