I hope someone here can help.
I have a Cisco SRP521W Router which is connected to a Cisco SR2024 managed switch.
All the stuff on my local network is on a 192.168.15.0 subnet for data and there is a voice VLAN configured in the SRP521W for voice on 192.168.16.0.
Quite a few times lately I have had to configure various other network equipment to work on the common 192.168.1.0 subnet.
I was wondering if I can create a VLAN on say 4 of my switch ports for 192.168.1.0 for configuring this gear for the 192.168.1.0 subnet?
If so, then this is where I have a knowledge gap.
Im picking I have to create the VLAN in the router with its own DHCP service?
What do I have to do at the switch side of things?
I see they talk about a VLAN ID, which is a number, is there any standard for the numbers I need to follow? (100 seems to be used a lot for voice)
When I go to configure this gear can I do it from my PC on 18.104.22.168 or do I need to plug into one of the ports assigned to the 192.168.1.0 VLAN?