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NETGEAR GS752TP VLAN dhcp

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I have purchased a NETGEAR GS752TP, I have 6 VLANs on it, 3 default and 3 i have created.  
1 for our security system, 1 for wireless and 1 for users.

I can not find out how to set up and assign an IP range to each VLAN only to the entire switch.  Can anyone help me out.

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Randy
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You don't assign an ip range In a layer two switch to vlans. You need a layer 3 device like a router to route between vlans and this is where the subnets are defined.
You might have static routing in this switch, I'm not familiar with the exact model, that may be able to do some vlan routing.

With a switch like this you normally setup all vlans as tagged to your layer 3 device, and set each port to a computer/device as the pvid of the vlan it should be in and untagged for that vlan.
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