Netgear Switches

Hi,

I have inherited a site that contains a lot of GSM712F, GSM7212,GSM7224, GS728TS switches that need replacing.

It has the following setup :-

2 main equipment rooms that are linked via Fibre by a GSM 7212 (Room 1) and a GSM712F (Room 2)

There are approx. 5 Rooms (User) each with containing a switch that links back via Fibre to Room 1 and another 5 Rooms (User) that link via fibre to Room 2.

This is all a single default VLAN that has a default gateway of 10.0.0.250 which is provided by an HSRP address over a MPLS network
There is a primary router 10.0.0.251 and a secondary 10.0.0.250).  The internal LAN is 10.0.0.0 /24.

Brief


I am looking to upgrade all the switches to due to their age and wanting to increase the port bandwidth.  Also I need to replace the 5 user
switches that point back to each main room with 48 ports and more importantly split these into two VLAN of 24 ports each (VLAN 2 and VLAN 3) that are completely separate and have no inter routing.

My Plan

 

Place a M4100-12GF in each main equipment and connect via a Trunk.

 Place a Netgear GS 748T in each user room connect back via a trunk to the main equipment room.

 Place the Top 24 Ports on each user switch to VLAN 2 and the bottom to VLAN 3.

Question


As I require each VLAN to have its own internet gateway for segregation requirements and be totally contained.
Is this possible using these Netgears. Or would I need to router / firewall to split the traffic depending on source address.
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Mongo PeckAsked:
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Aaron TomoskyDirector of Solutions ConsultingCommented:
As long as your internet router can be the gateway in both subnets that plan sounds fine.
nociSoftware EngineerCommented:
You will need a router to get traffic from one LAN to another. Or from a LAN to the Internet.
So your Firewall/Internet Accesspoint Router will need to be capable of handling to separate LAN ports, or VLAN's on a trunk.

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