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Creating isolated DMZ VMWare

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I am creating an isolated DMZ in my VMWare environment.

There are 2 checkpoint firewalls in a cluster, the cluster address is 192.168.10.10
Connections are going to the firewalls from core switches with switchport access configured on the ports and vlan 10
The VM has a dedicated vSwitch connected to a physical nic. VM IP address is 192.168.10.20 pointing to 192.168.10.10 as Default gateway.
This needs to be isolated from the rest of the network.
The switch sees the mac address of the VM, I can ping the Cluster IP address from the switch
I cannot get the VM to see the Gateway.

Any ideas would be so appreciated.

Look forward to hearing from you
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Question by:pablovesya
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Hi,

I had configured vLan tagging on the vSwitch but the Pswith was configured as an access port, that is why is was not working. I then set vSwitch to vLan 0 and that solved the issue.
Your link would have solved the issue so I will accept as a solution.

Thanks for your help,
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