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      03-15-2007
Is this possible and if it is how can it be done?

I have a range op public IP's (80.123.123.1 - 80.123.123.64)
I would like to "route" traffic from all the public IP's into its own
VLAN. (VLAN1 --> VLAN64).

On everyone of the VLANs I want a virtual interface with the internal ip
192.168.1.1.

On the VLAN the servers can use the virtual interface 192.168.1.1 to get
access to the Internet thug my public ip 80.123.123.1.

Is all this (or some of it) possible?

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Martin
 
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L J
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      03-17-2007
yout VLANs will need to be on different subnets
ex: 192.168.x.1

x=VLAN number

hosts in VLAN x will use 192.168.x.1 for their gateway

"M" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Is this possible and if it is how can it be done?
>
> I have a range op public IP's (80.123.123.1 - 80.123.123.64)
> I would like to "route" traffic from all the public IP's into its own
> VLAN. (VLAN1 --> VLAN64).
>
> On everyone of the VLANs I want a virtual interface with the internal ip
> 192.168.1.1.
>
> On the VLAN the servers can use the virtual interface 192.168.1.1 to get
> access to the Internet thug my public ip 80.123.123.1.
>
> Is all this (or some of it) possible?
>
> Best Regards
> Martin



 
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      03-17-2007
But will the VLAN routing work?
Do the inside VLAN host's have access to the Internet (thug
80.123.123.1, my public ip gateway)

How do I deny access between VLAN's, access-lists or not existing routing?

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L J skrev:
> yout VLANs will need to be on different subnets
> ex: 192.168.x.1
>
> x=VLAN number
>
> hosts in VLAN x will use 192.168.x.1 for their gateway
>
> "M" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:45f9ac0c$0$90273$(E-Mail Removed)...
>> Is this possible and if it is how can it be done?
>>
>> I have a range op public IP's (80.123.123.1 - 80.123.123.64)
>> I would like to "route" traffic from all the public IP's into its own
>> VLAN. (VLAN1 --> VLAN64).
>>
>> On everyone of the VLANs I want a virtual interface with the internal ip
>> 192.168.1.1.
>>
>> On the VLAN the servers can use the virtual interface 192.168.1.1 to get
>> access to the Internet thug my public ip 80.123.123.1.
>>
>> Is all this (or some of it) possible?
>>
>> Best Regards
>> Martin

>
>

 
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