We currently have a main office that uses 10.* as the internal address range with multiple vlans i.e.
Server Vlan 41 (10.0.0.0 /21)
Users Upstairs Vlan 42 (10.0.16.0 /21)
User Downstairs Vlan 43 (10.0.24.0 /21)
This connects via a Cisco 3750x switch using the default IP Route to the Cisco ASA Interface (10.255.254.254) (Native VLAN)
Gateway of last resort is 10.255.254.254 to network 0.0.0.0
I am looking to setup a remote office using the 172.16.* /21 address range
I was going to follow the same pattern.
DR Server Vlan 141 (172.16.0.0 /21)
DR Users Upstairs Vlan 142 (172.16.16.0 /21)
Dr User Downstairs Vlan 143 (172.16.24.0 /21)
However as the Cisco ASA at the remote site is managed I was unsure what the best practice when connecting the ASA / Switch together
in regards to VLANs and IP Address range as I don't want to over complicate the setup.