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Do different CISCO switches on the same vlan have the same vlan interface IP?

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I have two cisco switches with ports configured to reach the same VLAN.  I can see each of the switches with CDR neigbor command, but i cannot host attached to the physical switches even though their IP's are on the same subnet.  Should the int vlan IP be the same for both switches?

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The VLAN should be the same, but the IP address should be unique (but on the same subnet).
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