N/APosted on - 07/28/2011
I have a question about needing to have AppleTalk configured for a VLAN, since OSX 6 no longer supports Appletalk. Some client machines are using Leopard 10.5. I have already said that it is probably unnecessary to have that setting. I have been told its easy enough to add if its needed later. They are installing a new VLAN switch to solve an authentication problem that the MAC users are having.
Thanks for any input.
Question about AppleTalk for VLAN
You have mentioned that you have Apple Talk configured for a LAN since OSX 6 no longer supports Apple Talk. I have read your question quite clearly and I think I have found the solution as well. Try to implement what I suggest to you.
What ever you want to do, it should only be necessary if using MACS with OS 9 on them. The one you are talking about OS-X based won't require Apple Talk. Also you can instruct networking, that Apple Talk should be unnecessary and they are no problems yet.
So well, I think I have mentioned or instructed you clearly and I can also hope that you may be able to help, to get the solution.