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Connecting VLANS to a TZ170 Router

Posted on 2007-10-15
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Using a single Layer 3, (Dell 3448) switch.  I've created two VLANS:

How can I attach to my TZ170 router?  It doesn't appear to support trunking?

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Create a 3rd vlan with just 1 access switchport and the firewall connected to that vlan.
Use the L3 routing functions to set the default gateway to the Sonicwall.
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So, can I run all VLAN's on the same subnet, i.e. 10.1.4.0 or do I need to further subnet, i.e. 10.1.4.0, 10.1.5.0 and 10.1.6.0 and still connect to the TZ170?  

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lrmoore, in using your suggestion in the first response, I'm assuming that this single access, switch port will "not" be trunked to the TZ170?

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VLAns need to be separate subnets.
Correct, no trunk to TZ170
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