VLANS

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Hi

I have figure like this:

                                     VLAN1          VLAN1             VLAN2
host1 192.168.0.1-------switch1 192.168.0.10---------switch2
192.168.0.11--------host2 192.168.0.2

What will be If I send packet from host1 to 192.168.0.11? Is this packet
will be lost or not?



Re: VLANS
I cannot really tell from your diagram but it looks like 192.168.0.11 is on
VLAN2. If this is correct then a  frame (packets are at L3) sent  from host1
on VLAN1 to 192.168.0.2 on VLAN2 will not be received by 192.168.0.2. It
would need to go through a layer3 device(like a router or layer 3 switch) to
get to VLAN2 or any other vlan.
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Re: VLANS
It was will like this certainly:

                                        VLAN1
 host1 192.168.0.1-------switch1 192.168.0.10
                                            |VLAN1
                                            |
                                        VLAN2
                                          switch2  192.168.0.11
                                            |VLAN2
                                            |
                                            host2 192.168.0.2
All ports are trunked

Is switch 192.168.0.11 will send response for packets icmp from host1?
or maybe for ports in access mode switch2 will return icmp response for
host1?



Re: VLANS
you dont have a router or other layer 3 switch. so intervlan communication
cannot occur.

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