NetworkA 10.10.0.0 /16
NetworkB 10.10.98.0 /16
I need to have all PCs on NetworkB to go to a default gateway at 10.10.20.10 while NetworkA uses the gateway of 10.10.20.1. RouterB will pass all traffic from NetworkB to NetworkA’s router at 10.10.20.1
I’m doing this so that I can use DHCP to ‘tag’ user computers that I want to filter/monitor internet activity on. Most users are assigned an IP like 10.10.99.1, while those suspected of abusing Internet privileges will get an IP addr like 10.10.98.1 The main router at 10.10.20.1 handles mapping our internal IPs to the proxy server and the router at 10.10.20.10 will simply add an extra step so that I can monitor traffic on that super-net. I will use DHCP reservations to assign the 10.10.98.x addresses and change the default gateway form 10.10.20.1 to 10.10.20.10
Is this scenario doable and can anyone point me in the right direction?
The router I have available is Cisco's ASA 5505.