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noor parkar

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HI,
this is just a mind question. there is no such problem in network.

this is just for test.

we know that different client mahines can be connected to different VLAN by cofigureing on switch.

now if i am on client PC. how will i know that i belong to this vlan.

or is there any way to identify the vlan i belongs to from client machine.


thanks
noor
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