Cisco ASA-5510 and 6500 series switch configuration help
I have a doozy of a question on the configuration of a ASA5510 and a 6500 series switch.
ISP has provided me 2 lines into my cabinet. The other one is for high availablity if thier primary network goes down.
The ASA-5510 has a 4 port expansion card giving me 8 interfaces
A Cisco admin reccomened that I set up the interfaces as VLANS on the Firewall
Ethernet0/0 Outside Public Facing IP address This is not Vlan'd
Ethernet0/1.10 Inside-VLAN 99 192.168.10.1 VLAN10
Ethernet0/2.11 DMZ 55 192.168.11.1 VLAN11
Ethernet0/3.12 DB 60 192.168.12.1 VLAN12
GigabitEthernet0/0.13 PROC 65 192.168.13.1 VLAN13
GigabitEthernet0/1.14 DMZ2 70 192.168.14.1 VLAN14
GigabitEthernet0/2.15 DB 75 192.168.15.1 VLAN15
GigabitEthernet0/3.16 PROC 80 192.168.16.1 VLAN16
Servers assigned a DMZ IP address will have access to the internet
The 6500 series switch has 3 x 48 port cards installed
3 ports have been configured as a Spanning port with the outside interface of the ASA5510 and the 2 ISP cables connected into it.
The other cables are connectd into the 6500 switch.
I am wondering is this the correct setup? When I assign my servers a particualr IP address do I need to configure a port on the 6500 switch for a particular VLAN? I know this is not a plug and play situation. ;)
right now I am using my ISP's DNS server for name resolution.
This may be a looonnng thread! Thanks in advance.
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