Astaro Firewall v8.3 has four networks cards Nic2 receives IP address from ISP VIA DHCP. Nic0 and Nic1 are bonded using LACP to form Trunk1. Trunk1 has IP address of 10.0.10.1/24.Trunk1 is physically connected to the Vyatta router v.6.4, network cards, Nic0 and Nic1. Nic0 and Nic1 are bonded using LACP to complete Trunk1 on the Vyatta router.
Nic2 and Nic3 on the Vyatta router form another Trunk, called Trunk2/Bond1. Trunk2/Bond1 has IP address of 10.0.10.6/24. Trunk2 is connected to a Juniper EX2000 switch (SW01), on ge-0/0/0 and ge-0/0/1 ports. Ports 0/0/22 and ge-0/0/23 on SW01 are connected to ports ge-0/0/22 and ge-0/0/23 on SW02 to form Trunk3.
I have configured both Juniper EX2000 switches with 3 identical VLAN profiles. The VLANS can communicate with each other and ping Trunk2 10.0.10.6.
1. Clients connected to the Juniper Switches cannot reach Astaro firewall 10.0.10.1.
1. What would my I P addresses, subnet and default gateway be for the following?
2. A connection from the Astaro box of 10.0.10.1/24 connecting to the Vyatta router, would it share the dame IP address of 10.0.10.1/24 or would be a new IP?
3. When OSPF is implemented, is the broadcast address attached to a sub interface like a VLAN address, i.e. IP address for eth4 10.0.10.20 and OSPF 10.0.10.20.40 Network.zip
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