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Hi guys - we have an office that we are leasing out to approx. 10 clients and are providing access for their network. We have one internet connection coming into the building (250 down 60 up). Would it be possible to segment the networks using VLANs and different subnets to achieve this? They clients can't see each other on the network. They basically move in and plug their computers in and go.

Any suggestions or thoughts on hardware?

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I have to do something similar! VLAN's...Yes Depends on what hardware you are using?

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[quote name='ChuckFinley' timestamp='1358286532' post='595456436']
I have to do something similar! VLAN's...Yes Depends on what hardware you are using?
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We haven't quoted out anything but was thinking it would be something along the lines of a Dell PowerConnect switch.

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I have some Cisco switches to work with. Cisco IOS FTW :) Edit, Cant help you if your using Dell stuff. I could have posted my example configs.

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[quote name='ChuckFinley' timestamp='1358290172' post='595456556']
I have some Cisco switches to work with. Cisco IOS FTW :) Edit, Cant help you if your using Dell stuff. I could have posted my example configs.
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What Cisco model are you using?

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