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Dell PowerConnect 6248, Mutiple IP/Subnet Vlans

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Hello,

We currently have a number of XenServer Hosts/Virtual Servers and as a result we have a number of different IP/Subnet VLans. As several Virtual Servers on the same physical host are setup to use different IP/SubNets we were wondering if it is possible to set a IP/Subnet VLan on the the 6248 switch? At the moment we can only see a way to setup a port based Vlan which wont work for the scenario above.

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I don't have one of these but according to dell it should work just fine as either a "trunk" or "general" depending on if you want vlan1 or not
http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/network-switches/f/866/t/19229081.aspx
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