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Configure VLAN's on Cisco SG500

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I need to configure 4 VLAN's each with 12 ports on a Cisco SG500 switch.  All ports will be access ports.  What commands can I use to accomplish this?

VLAN 10    Ports 1-6 and 25-30

VLAN 20    Ports 7-12 and 31-36

VLAN 30     Ports 13-18 and 37-42

VLAN 40     Ports 19-24 and 43-48
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Question by:NytroZ
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VLAN 10    Ports 1-6 and 25-30

config t
int range (port1-6)
switchport access vlan 10
exit

int range (port25-30)
switchport access vlan 10
exit

VLAN 20    Ports 7-12 and 31-36

config t
int range (port7-12)
switchport access vlan 20
exit

int range (port31-36)
switchport access vlan 20
exit

VLAN 30     Ports 13-18 and 37-42

config t
int range (port13-18)
switchport access vlan 30
exit

int range (port37-42)
switchport access vlan 30
exit


VLAN 40     Ports 19-24 and 43-48
config t
int range (port19-24)
switchport access vlan 40
exit

int range (port43-48)
switchport access vlan 40
exit


Fort the port numbers, run "sh int status" to check the interface names.

If you can post the "sh int status" and I can complete the command for you.
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by:NytroZ
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How does this affect the VLAN1?  I think this wsa the management vlan.  Does that need to change?  When I tried to add port 1-6 I lost connectivity through web access.
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by:Infamus
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You will have to have layer 3 devices to handle inter-vlan routing.

For example a router on a stick configuration if you have a router.

Layer 2 devices will divide the vlans in to different networks but will not route the traffic through.

All interfaces are belong to vlan 1 unless you specify the vlan on the interface.
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by:NytroZ
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Does the configuration look correct?  What is needed to put int 1-3 in VLAN 10 and then make VLAN 10 the management interface.
ciscosg500.txt
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by:Infamus
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All you need to do is remove IP address on the interface vlan 1 and assign IP address on the interface vlan 10.

When you say port 1-48, are y ou refering to int gi2/1/1-48?

What are int gi1/1/1-10?  Are these stacked switches?
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