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Destribute Addresses At Vlans


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#1 fatiha

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Posted 30 October 2007 - 08:49 AM

hello
I am searching a tools (logiciel)wich can help me to associate a good address at each Vlan i create.
for eg: if i have 192.168.0.0/22 and I want to create 5 Vlans and i have no idea of the numbers of Hosts in each vlan; how can I distribute addresses?
thanks in advance

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Posted 30 October 2007 - 12:22 PM

This almost sounds like you are trying to set up Vlans for a Corporate network.
Your router needs to be able to provide this functionality or you need to give your
Hosts a Static IP Address. You could use CIDR Blocks but, again this is typically for
Large Commercial Networks. you could type in CIDR in google or Network Tools "CIDR"
and get some type of CIDR Calculator.

Do you kow if you Router Supports CIDR?

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Posted 04 November 2007 - 09:31 AM

This almost sounds like you are trying to set up Vlans for a Corporate network.
Your router needs to be able to provide this functionality or you need to give your
Hosts a Static IP Address. You could use CIDR Blocks but, again this is typically for
Large Commercial Networks. you could type in CIDR in google or Network Tools "CIDR"
and get some type of CIDR Calculator.

Do you kow if you Router Supports CIDR?


Hello
My router is Cisco Pix !!!!

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Posted 04 November 2007 - 10:57 AM

This almost sounds like you are trying to set up Vlans for a Corporate network.
Your router needs to be able to provide this functionality or you need to give your
Hosts a Static IP Address. You could use CIDR Blocks but, again this is typically for
Large Commercial Networks. you could type in CIDR in google or Network Tools "CIDR"
and get some type of CIDR Calculator.

Do you kow if you Router Supports CIDR?


Hello
My router is Cisco Pix !!!!


I've forget somthing; it's about statics address, i want a dynamic addresses for my hosts generated by DHCP for each Vlans how cab I do it ?

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Posted 04 November 2007 - 12:01 PM

Well, since I don't have a CCNA I may not be the person to ask.
That being said, The only thing I could think of is to have the A router
on each part of the V-Lan that needs DHCP.

Static = a consistent IP Address
Dynamic= An IP Address that changes from time to time

I haven´t worked with a PIX, but the Cisco Device Manager might
allow you to Set up things the way you want them.
As far as having unknown number of hosts, you, should prolly, just
set DHCP within a limited range as appropriate and visit each device
that needs a static IP for the purpose of issuing IP Addresses
consistent within the scheme you´re looking for.


Don't make this more complicated than it has to be.

Edited by RandomUser, 04 November 2007 - 10:52 PM.





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