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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 (10.10.10.100) 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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