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For questions about Virtual LANs (VLANs) which are used to divide what otherwise would be a single OSI layer-2 broadcast domain into multiple, logical OSI layer-2 broadcast domains.

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the router for the internet. Basically, it's like dividing the ports on the switch into 4 parts and having separate networks for each part of the switch; literally the definition of a VLAN. However … it doesn't seem to be working that way in my testing as I can still ping between 2 VLANs. Can someone explain what I can do if I want port 2 to be an uplink and port 3 to be a device on that VLAN? …
asked May 25 by TheN00bBuilder