I have several servers connected to my access switches. Those servers are remotely managed by a 3rd vendor. They are in vlan100 with its own subnet 10.10.100.0. Now the third vendor needs to configure with those servers with a gateway. The servers do not need to be accessed by anybody within the internal LAN.
Should I setup a SVI in the core for that vlan100 or should I give the firewall internal interface as the gateway for the servers?
If I give a SVI on my L3 core switch, then anybody can access them (unless I use access list). What are your thoughts? Thanks
if your subnet is part of internal network, then best place to put it is on the core, as by design firewalls should not be doing routing services and should primarily focus of access controls. also, this
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