I'm working on a brand new setup for my temple complex, and i need some guidance from you veterans. We have 5 different buildings within the complex and they all are connected from one main location via fibers to the 3560G switches. Here is the detail:
Management vlan: 1
Application: all network devices: firewall, switches, shop/DNs server
Dept-1 vlan: 100
Dept-2 vlan: 150
Application: audio/video components and access controls devices
Voice vlan: 200
Application: VoIP phones & server
Authenticated users vlan: 250
Application: for authenticated users
Public users vlan: 300
Application: for unlicensed/guest users
1. Dell R710 server: This will serve as DHCP, DNS server for all vlans above. It will also be used as NPS/Radius Server.
4. Cisco ASA 5510 (1) : wil be used as firewall and the gateway to outside world, point the DHCP & DNS to the Dell R710 server above
5. Cisco Cat 3560G switches (6): main building requires two switches
> ASA5510> 48port 3560G copper sw >8-port fiber switch> to other 3560G switches to the other buildings
Dell R710 DHCP/DNS/Radius server(6-port nic, one for each vlan)
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I want Management VLAN to commincate with all other Vlans but no communication permitted between VLANs. Entire trafic will go out through Dell R710 server since we will be running MS forefront in it as well.
1. Is this setup possible without a router?
2. Do I need to create VLANs in 3560G (seperate Vlan assigned to the 6 port to Dell R710) or ASA5510 (trunking the 6 Vlans between two ASA ports) ?
3. Would ASA5510 be able to route the outside traffic for all VLANs?
I'm open for any advice.