Cisco Switches :: SG300-10 VLAN Configuration

Apr 22, 2012

Before I launch into this can I say that I am very much a novice with regards to Managed Switches and their configuration. I have the following equipment which I have connected to the switch: [code] All of the above are on subnet 255.255.255.0.All of the above communicate with each other during normal operation.Our client is connecting to the switch but his requirement is for his system to "see" the PLC Comms Card as follows:IP: 10.0.3.61 on Subnet 255.255.252.0 .
 
Using the Internet Explorer interface connection I have created an additional VLAN (ID 2) on Port 10 with the intention of using this as the connection to the client ( I assume there will be further settings required to route the PLC connection to this port) but every time I try to assign the IP and Subnet values and click "APPLY" the changes are not made and the connection appears to hang leading me to reboot the switch.I have connected to the switch via console and changed the mode to Layer 3.  I also assume that it is OK for the three pieces of equipment to remain on the default VLAN. How I should setup this VLAN and ultimately achieve my goal.

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i was trying to set up a new SG300-52 L3 switch for switching and Vlan. The problem is that the vlans on this switch cannot get their DNS resolved. Probably a stupid thing i can't get to see, but i think it is a simple solution given switchin is not my expertise.So my setup:

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For test purpose, I have added 2 vlans. But I wasn't able to route traffic between vlan. how to configure the switch to route traffic between vlan?
  
find below details informations about my VLANs.

- Default (VLAN ID 1)
IP Address : 192.168.2.1
Subnet : 255.255.255.0

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I am having a problem with 6941 phones on a SG300.
 
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