Hi again, everybody! I need your wisdom.
I am beginning to investigate VLANs on my own, and I have decided to segment my network into several VLANs.
I have seen this switch which seems to be enough for what I want. D-Link DGS1100-24V2.
Basically the configuration would be something like this:
1- From the server’s GREEN network card, I would connect a cable to port 1 of the switch, configured with a static IP (192.168.88.251)
2- From port 1 to port 12, I want it to act like a “normal” switch. That is, if I connect my laptop to port 3 (for example), assign it an IP in the range 192.168.88.0/24 from br0.
3- From port 13 to 16, VLAN 10 in the GREEN zone, with IPs 10.0.10.0/24 for SmartTV
4- Ports 17 and 18, VLAN 20 in the GREEN zone, with IPs 10.0.20.0/24 for IP phones
5- And finally, VLAN 30 in the BLUE zone, with IPs 10.0.30.0/24 for the WiFi APs for the guests.
You would need all the VLANs that are in a green zone (br0, br0.10 and br0.20), see each other and the teams can share files.
It’s possible? Or would it need some other configuration?
As always, thanks for your help.