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  1. Emin
    September 24, 2015 @ 3:05 pm

    An alternative would be make the magemanent interface on your switch part of vlan10. If you remove the IP address from int fa0/1 on the router, and add “int vlan 10” on the switch from config mode, add the original switch mgmt IP address from vlan 10 on the switch ( then add the command “magemanent” under int vlan 10, it should work just fine if you have a somewhat recent IOS on the switch. If the command isn’t “magemanent” it’s something very similar, good old ? will help. I do this on many switches, because it’s not always a good idea to have a magemanent interface on the default vlan1. It is also a good idea, in a large network, to set aside subnets for device magemanent in each campus location, which makes routing and network device magemanent security policies much more scalable and easy to maintain.

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