Cisco SGE 2000 Switch VLAN Configurations
Posted on 2014-08-17
I currently have a Cisco SGE 2000 Switch. The switch has been reset to factory default. All ports were on VLAN 1 but I created a new VLAN 5 and put all ports on VLAN 5 instead. All the ports are set as Untagged Access ports under VLAN 5. I configured the new IP, Subnet, and Gateway of the Switch to point to the SonicWALL TZ215 Firewall which connects to the Modem for internet. The SonicWALL has already been configured correctly using Port 4 to connect the Switch with DHCP, etc…
I then plugged an Ethernet cable into Port 1 of the Switch which connects to the SonicWALL on Port 4. I then plugged a spare laptop into Port 2 of the Switch to see if I could get internet. Everything worked correctly for getting an IP automatically from the SonicWALL.
I decided to then create a new VLAN 10 and dedicate Ports 13-23 on the Switch to be part of VLAN 10 instead of VLAN 5. So as of right now Ports 1-11 on the Switch are part of VLAN 5 and Ports 13-23 are part of VLAN 10. Also remember that Port 1 on VLAN 5 connects to the SonicWALL which goes out to the internet.
If I try to connect to Ports 2-11 with the spare laptop, it gains access to the internet. When I try to connect to Ports 13-23 it doesn’t get access to the internet.
How am I able to connect to Ports 13-23 and be able to gain access to the internet just like Ports 2-11?
I’m using the GUI Interface for configuring everything on here for the Switch as I find it easier. If someone could please assist me with what needs to be done through the GUI if possible that would be great.