Hottest CCIE 400-101 Dumps, Routing Options Question

If I have a single managed Switch with some devices setup in VLANs, C isco 400-101 Dumps, but also a few that arent in a VLAN (VLAN1 by default I guess, Cisco 400-101 Dumps, but nothing VLAN configured on their access ports, and I want to get all traffic from the switch up to the Router and then out, Cisco CCIE 400-101 Dumps, what are my options? C isco 400-101 Dumps, Do I need to use two seperate Router Ports, one that will receive all the VLANs traffic and a seperate one that receives the traffic from the devices not in a particular VLAN?  CCIE 400-101 Dumps, Or can I setup a trunk that will take both types of traffic and if so, how?

You may use a router on a stick. On the interface connecting the router to the switch;
interface
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switchport mode trunk
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switchport trunk allowed vlan all
switchport trunk native vlan 1

In order to allow vlans to traverse the trunk;
interface .vlan id–match to vlan id for consistency
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ncapsulation dot1q vlan_id
ip address <ip address and mConfiguring InterVLAN Routing and ISL/802.1Q Trunking Cisco 400-101 Dumps


ncapsulation dot1q vlan_id
ip address <ip address and mConfiguring InterVLAN Routing and ISL/802.1Q Trunking Cisco 400-101 Dumps

Hosts would then use the router subinterface ip address as their default gat. Hottest Cisco 400-101 Dumps,It is possible to use one port per vlan, Hottest CCIE 400-101 Dumps, but in a large network the possibility of running out of phhsical ports on the router is very real and is made even more real because such networks may have a large number of vlans. Hottest Cisco 400-101 Dumps, Remember to rate helpful posts and/or mark as a solution if your issue is resolved.