Need help of network topology IP addresses and vlan's

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styvasss

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Hello, i create a network topology ( i attached picture) and i don't know what exactly IP addresses should be assigned to routers and switches + there should be five VLAN's created and just one vlan (vlan 2) must see others vlans (for management purposes) and others vlans should not see each other. So i need that: 1) What IP addresses should be on routers and switches 2) How to create a 5 vlans, that they should not see each other, but one should see all, for example where i have to put "tagged" ports where "untagged" or "not member" ports etc. thank you very much for every one for yours attention, i very need help :confused:
 

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Sounds awfully like homework to me.

In case it's not, what are the network devices being used; ie make and model.
 

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I will use D-link switch and routers like DES-1228P, DES-3528, DGS-3627, DAP-120, DIR-825, DI-804HV etc. yes it's homework, thanks for reply :)
 

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You may want to search "homework" on this site and bask in the glow of closed thread pertaining homework. You should be looking at your textbooks or conferring with your classmates and/or teacher.

Asking us is basically asking us to do it for you... ;)
 

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Closing thread, we don't do homework as you'll never learn anything if someone else does it for you.
 
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