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currently i have a 2900xl switch running on vlan 1. i want to add a clouple of vlan's(and include a router) but not sure if i have to put the one (0/1)interface connected to my pix firewall on it's own vlan?
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mikesparker earned 500 total points
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Yes, I would reccomend a VLAN between your PIX and your core router/layer 3 switch. I'm not sure how your setup though so it's hard to give more detail. We use a PIX 515E and a C6513 with Sup2/MSFC2 for our internal core layer 3 switch. I am definitely planning on implementing a VLAN between the 2 devices.
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thanks i was thinking how to setup my home network with the equiptment i have.
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