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Tutorial on VLANs: Part 1

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rich.c
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re: Tutorial on VLANs: Part 1
rich.c   10/16/2012 1:11:17 PM
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I think you should really consider to switch to VLAN. it is very flexible and useful. Here you can get more information: http://www.ozekiphone.com/what-is-vlan-342.html VLANs are represented with a video tutorial through Ozeki Phone System XE.

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Girirajan   3/29/2012 4:42:49 AM
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I have a doubt why the VLAN ID is limited to 1005 and then extended to 4096 . why this seperation is there . because vlan has 12 bit for tag if all 12 bits are used then it will give 4096 then why it is limited to 1005?

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