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How to configure and assign a Cisco switch access port to a VLAN

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Access ports in switches are normally used to connect end devices like workstations and printers. Access ports belong to only a single VLAN and do not provide any identifying marks on the Ethernet frames. When configuring an access port, you also want to define which VLAN the port belongs to.

To configure and assign a switch access port to a VLAN, open a console connection to the switch and run the following IOS commands from interface configuration mode.>enable terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z. fa0/1 mode access access vlan 10 fa0/10 mode access access vlan 20
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