Zyxel_Lucious said:What is your PC's IP, 192.168.100.10?If so, management IP of the switch should be in the same subnet, 192.168.100.x/24, but not 192.168.1.2/24.Zyxel_Lucious
That worked out perfectly.However, when i configure the switch ip address with the vlan, i loose access to it. Even if i am on the same vlan.Example:- Port 1 is configured with vlan 10, my PC is connected on Port 2 (vlan 1).- I go to the switch management - ip, and configure the ip has 192.168.100.6 and vlan 10.- I connect my PC to Port 1 and change my PC ip to 192.168.100.10 (same range of the switch).And i can't connect to the switch. Not even on vlan 1 i can.I can get access again if i connect with a usb-com cable to the com port and change the vlan again to 1 on telnet.Any clue on why is this happen?Regards
may be I can just hang on these threat, so I don´t have to make a new one.I got the same switch with the same software. But I can´t find the trunk funktion. Does this switch support trunks?
Thanks Webix. So that seems pretty simple. I thougt, trunks are doing something spezial as well. So its just like all possible vlans are allowed.:)) IT is sometimes just simple.