I feel so shamed. I have completely neglected the CiscoBlog since the holidays and my first post of the new year is a plea for help. How pathetic! Forgive me. I plan on putting plenty of time into the blog, answering many of the questions that have come in over the last few weeks, and getting that forum running (I'm really close!). The check's in the mail
So here's what I need help with. This weekend, I'm doing a massive network migration for a government agency. They have about 60 switches that I will be moving over to a new IP addressing scheme (creating a separate management VLAN). So here's, in effect, what I'll be doing:
interface vlan 1
no ip address
interface vlan 200
ip address 10.20.x.x 255.255.0.0 (each switch gets its own IP address)
Seems simple, right? Well, these switches are spread over 15 buildings miles apart using fiber cabling.