Folks, I'll try to keep this as organized as possible. After lurking the board, I've yet to find any posts that address this exact question.
Connect a Catalyst 3560C (8 port) switch to our metro fiber ethernet handoff. Goal would be moving away from the 'daisy chain' configuration that currently exists. I want to make sure that there's separation and no host device is dependant upon an upstream network should there be a failure, or schedued maintenace, etc.
Hosts connecting on public IP's to the Catalyst 3560:
Edgemark 4502 (VOIP router)
ASA 5505 (config Test network)
There's no publicly accessible IP on this switch, it's accessed internally.
Goal is to treat this switch like a DMZ
Has to connect to Ethernet handoff via Layer 2.
I have 5 public IP's allocated on a 255.255.255.248 subnet.
Wasnt sure if I needed 'ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 [gateway IP address]' However there's going to have to be some default, not sure how to approach.
Wasnt sure if there's a need for switchport mode vlan [#] & switchport mode access
I'd like to say flat out that any direction or configuration advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you,
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