Produce a proposal for this project by covering items below:
• Prepare and illustrate the appropriate topology diagram based on the addressing table given.
• Prepare and apply the basic configurations on one of the switches. • Prepare and apply the appropriate configurations for the VLANs creation and VLANs assignment at the appropriate switch ports.
• Prepare and apply the appropriate 802.1Q Trunk configurations between the switches.
Prove that your configuration is working using Packet Tracer. You are required to submit ONE report and ONE Packet Tracer file of your work.
A Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) allows you to logically segment a Local Area Network (LAN) into different broadcast domains. In scenarios where sensitive data may be broadcast on a network, VLANs can be created to enhance security by designating a broadcast to a specific VLAN. Only users that belong to a VLAN are able to access and manipulate the data on that VLAN.
You can configure the ports and specify whether the port should be in access or trunk mode, and assign specific ports to VLANs. This article provides instructions on how to configure an interface VLAN as an access or trunk port on your switch through the Comman Line Interface (CLI).
VLAN is a network that is usually segmented by function or application. VLANs behave much like physical LANs, but you can group hosts even if they are not physically co-located. A switch port can belong to a VLAN. Unicast, broadcast, and multicast packets are forwarded and flooded out ports in the same VLAN.