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    2 networks

    Here's a goody, not 'home stuff' but this is the only board that fits.

    192.168.169.0/24 - net1
    192.168.1.0/24 - net2

    I want them to be able to talk to each other and access each other resources.

    My equipment:

    Dell 3448 managed switch - net1
    HP Procurve 2626 managed switch - net2

    My attempt:

    I tagged port 9 with vlan 1 and 2 on the procurve.
    I untagged port 10 with vlan 1
    I tagged port g1 with vlan 2 and 3 on the Dell - g1 is the port for stacking.
    I untagged port 47 with vlan 3

    I used a regular cat 5e cable. I do not have a crossover on-hand, but I'm not sure if I need it.

    I thought I needed a route statement or something but a friend said I shouldn't. Needless to say, it doesn't work.

    Any ideas?
    Mike Wolfman
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    Re: 2 networks

    Mike,

    I think you need a route statement too.

    I guess the alternative would be to configure both networks as
    192.168.0.0/16
    but that seems a tad extreme to me.

    StuartR

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