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Cisco 2950 config to simulate multiple internet connections

Posted on 2013-06-04
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I am trying to configure a Cisco Catalyst 2950 with multiple VLans so I can simulate the multiple internet connections.  Basically as a test environment for configuring routers/firewalls and vpns between them before taking on site for installation.  
Example -
     Site 1 - IP   123.456.789.2  
                  Mask   255.255.255.248
                  GW  123.456.789.1
     Site 2  - IP   234.567.890.2
                   Mask   255.255.255.248
                   GW  234.567.890.1

     I would like to conf VLan 10 on interface fa0/1 with an ip of 123.456.789.1
   and VLan 20 on interface fa0/2 with an ip of 234.567.890.1
    then allow routing between the vlans.
So if I config ASA1 for Site 1 - it's outside IP will be 123.456.789.2 with a gateway of 123.456.789.1 and plugged into port 1
and config ASA2 for Site 2 - it's outside IP will be 234.567.890.2 with a gateway of 234.567.890.1 and plugged into port 2

How do I configure the catalyst 2950?
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With the Catalyst on its own, you will not be able to route between vlans, that requires a layer 3 device. The 2950 is only a layer 2 switch so although you can create vlans, the switch cannot route between them
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