I am trying to add some resilience to my network design by install my internet router outside of our data center so I can route it to my 2nd (outside date center) core router incase of a business continuity event with my data center. My intention was to extend a non-routed vlan out to the internet router. This causes an issue as I want to connect this to an existing "internet switch" in our data center that supplies connectivity to several VPN & firewall devices. I'm not sure if it's an issue or not, but I do not want to have a direct connection between my core and "the internet" even though it is "contained" within a non-router vlan.
Our "Security Engineer" turned several shades of purple as I explaind this to him. My idea was to bring this non-routed vlan into of ASA as a DMZ, with a security setting of 0 (same as normal internet). This would prevent a direction connection between the core and the internet switch.
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how do we restrict a router interfaces from directly connected to Some vlans? can any one help me to figureout?the question is Router should not have interfaces directly connected to Vlan 30 and Vlan 40
I've got a one problem. Me and my friend have the same ISP. I checked my External IP address at WhatIsMyIp.com and my friend do it to. And we saw we have the same External IP.So my question is can 2 routers have the same External IP address?If i'm right 2...