2924xl

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  1. luvsmecats

    luvsmecats Guest

    I need to put vlan's on each port of 2924xl. This switch is in an office
    building and we need to segment our addresses putting 1 customer on each
    port. This is to control the flow of traffic and see who the heavy bandwidth
    users are. Also is it possible to lock down an Ip address to mac address on
    the switch? I currently am doing it on the router. Again this is done to
    keep customers from using more than their assigned ip's.
    Thx in advance.
     
    luvsmecats, Oct 18, 2007
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  2. luvsmecats schrieb:

    > I need to put vlan's on each port of 2924xl.


    This is possible.

    > This switch is in an
    > office building and we need to segment our addresses putting 1 customer
    > on each port. This is to control the flow of traffic and see who the
    > heavy bandwidth users are. Also is it possible to lock down an Ip
    > address to mac address on the switch?


    No, the 2924xl is a layer 2 switch. You need a layer 3 switch (catalyst
    3550, catalyst 3560...) to do this. You can just use port security, that
    means you can controll the max. number of mac addresses behind a port.

    Mathias
     
    Mathias Mistrik, Oct 18, 2007
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