Creating vlans with public ips on 3750G Tags: LAN IP Devices Networking Last response: March 2, 2013 4:01 PM in Networking Share kobina March 2, 2013 12:39:42 PM Hello, Please I'm creating 3 vlans, one private ip addresses and the two for two blocks of public ips. After creating them devices on the same network are able to talk to each other on the private IP but not on the public ips. Any help why it is so? More about : creating vlans public ips 3750g john-b691 March 2, 2013 4:01:27 PM Did you turn on ip routing on the switch. By default these devices run layer 2 m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Private IP vlan interface on public side Forum how to create 2 vlans by connecting wireless router to a switch(layer 2 or layer3) Forum Multiple external IPs to internal VLans Forum SolvedNeed unique public IPs from different PCs on a LAN/WLAN Forum two public ips? how it possible? Forum SolvedASUS RT-N56U: Problem connecting to server in my LAN when I have a public domain name pointing to my static external IP Forum SolvedBeen given a public IP with .128 as last octet? Forum SolvedApartment complex shares public IP Forum SolvedHow do I change my public IP adress? Forum SolvedRouter able to use ethernet over copper connection from bridged netvanta 838 for 6 different public ip LAN subnets Forum SolvedHow to get a Public Ip Forum SolvedPublic IP address associated with my Web site. Forum Solvedconfigure Multiple Public Ip addresses routed to one Public ip address Forum SolvedConnecting to my Public IP Forum SolvedAssigning public ip to server Forum ok my public interface ip isnt showing up, what do i do? and because of that i cant port foward Forum SolvedRouting a public IP Forum what is public ip and local ip Forum subclassed IP address ranges using 802.1Q VLANs Forum I have been provided 5 public Ip from my ISP and I have a managed switch, what Ip address will the switch be after I connect i Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !