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It's not a router problem and it has nothing to do with the "Cisco world". You can host multiple websites on a single web server all on port 80 via a single ip address by using Host Headers (or the Linux equivalent).


The first icmp packet is fail because host sends ARP request. If the destination host MAC is already in ARP cahce the device is not send this request.


Turns out it was the bin file on the PC that was corrupted. I extracted it again from the tar archive and now it's uploading. Sigh. Always return to zero when you're stuck.


I was able to fix, by making the following change: ip nat source list 10 interface GigabitEthernet0/0 overload to ip nat inside source list 10 interface GigabitEthernet0/0 overload (inside was missing)


The SG200-50 is a layer 2 switch only. So while it supports grouping of ports to VLANs it cannot route traffic between them without an external router or L3 switch. You will not be able to assign the printer to two VLAN simultaneously.

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