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NAT & Access point Issue
« on: March 14, 2016, 05:36:59 AM »
hi all, I have made a topology sample that we r going to set up in our office where do I work as IT & network admin assistant, we got 3 floors, 50 computers each floor, total 150 employees, i have a leased line internet connection and want to disterbute it to 3 vlans, vlan per floor, we use layer 3 switch, which i configured intervlan routing in switch. I dont have any router, and configured default route in switch to internet.
The question is here,
1.I got 4 public IP addresss from ISP, how can i use dynamic NAT to translate all 3 vlans to my all public ip addresses.
2.I used,, IP adds for vlan ip addresss, is it correct?
3.I have attached access points one on my L3 switch which is core switch, and 2 other on each floor, on non-manageable switches, but i can not connect laptops to APs.


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Re: NAT & Access point Issue
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2016, 08:45:24 AM »
Moved topic to homework help...

If it's not homework, then I apologize and recommend that you use PAT overload. If it *is* homework, those VLAN IP addresses look correct.

And, no, laptop's don't connect to wireless the same way as they do to switches in packet tracer diagrams.
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