|vlan 100 for it port 2|
vlan 101 for acc port 3
vlan 102 for strore port 4
I asked you to detail your VLAN's and port assignments. Not just a couple, but all of them. Yes, it is important in helping resolve your issue or I wouldn't have asked.
From Priveleged mode inside your switch (ie: login, go to privileged mode) run the following command and post the output here in a response:
This will detail VLAN/Ports assignment so I can verify my suspicions.
From what you've said, you have users in different VLAN's. Without a router and routes setup between VLAN's (subnets) they can't communicate with each other. I know for a fact a 2950 isn't an L3 switch (worked with them plenty) so you would require a separate router. Do you have one?
I'm guessing you're just learning Cisco. Are you taking a course or trying to figure this out on your own?
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How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
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