I need some assistance setting up the below. I've got 3 "subnets" to set up internally. All must be able to reach the internet through the suppliers router.
The networks are 2x /26 and 1x /27. VLANS 601 & 603 are desktop pc's. VLAN 602 will be Cisco phones. 601 and 603 do not need any seperation, they're just to cover the seperate DHCP ranges. DHCP will be provided by an external source (hopefully) through a VPN setup on the ASA Firewall. I'm looking to setup outside interface, inside interface and access for all vlans.
Is anyone able to provide a sample config on how I could get this working?
If you have three public subnets from your ISP, you could either use a L3 switch, or if your ASA is suitably licensed have each subnet connected to a dedicated (or VLAN trunk) interface on the ASA that then connects to the VLAN on the switch.