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2 Fibre broadband Lines connect to 1 coreswitch to support respective group

 
vincentjet
Occasional Contributor

2 Fibre broadband Lines connect to 1 coreswitch to support respective group

Hi,
anyone can advise with my own network setup as I couldnt access Internet when plugin to managed switch?

I'm new to networking while is interested and happy to use H switches 2530 and 2520 models.

My laptop just grab local IP address( ! icon on LAN status) instead of INT1 VLAN IP range which is untagged port.

My 1st broadband router is configured IP 192.168.130.2; Gateway: 192.168.130.1 and connect to the coreswitch.

My 2nd broadband router is configured IP 192.168.131.2; Gateway: 192.168.131.1 and connect to the coreswitch.
Something to do with Gateway setup?

I created VLAN for each broadband in the coreswitch and managed switch
Coreswitch
1st Broadband - 192.168.130.1 INT1 VLAN
2nd Broadband - 192.168.131.1 INT2 VLAN
Management VLAN - 192.168.120.1 and other switches 192.168.120.2 ;3;4;5


Managed Switch

link from Coreswitch uplink thru fibre connection
Configured

Management VLAN
INT1 VLAN
INT2 VLAN

1 REPLY
Uma_Maheswar
Frequent Advisor

Re: 2 Fibre broadband Lines connect to 1 coreswitch to support respective group

 

Things to notice before you proceed

 

1. they are fully managed switches, but they do not provide DHCP services. That means, your Broadband router must handover the IP to your computer

 

2. You can create only Vlans and separate the traffic, you cannot achieve Routing. they are just Layer2 switches

 

3. You could join two switches and allow both the vlans traffic

 

My Suggestion in case if you just like to learn and explore...

 

-> Create two vlans on both the switches
-> Allow both the vlans traffic on inter-connection link
-> Connect your two computers in two different vlans, they must get IP accordingly

 

Approach, first you configure one switch and ensure you get internet access.

 

Then the second one, then you split vlans on both the switches

 

If my understanding is wrong, draw a rough diagram and upload

 

Happy learning...

 

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