external vlan

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by mmark751969@yahoo.com, Mar 19, 2007.

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    I have a number of catalyst 3750 stackable switches in the network.
    We are on 5 floors, each floor has it's own catalyst stack which ties
    into the core stack on the 1st floor. We are also layer 3 ip routing
    capable and have a number of vlans defined. I have some requests to
    run some dedicated ports, on other floors, that terminate to a switch
    that's connected outside the firewall. I'm thinking the way i have to
    do this is to define a vlan on an ip range that is defined on our
    external static range. Then connect the ports in the other floors, to
    access mode configured vlan ports at the floor switches and the core
    switch. Then connect the core port to the external switch. If done
    this way, i believe i'd have to route our external public address
    range internally. Is there another way to do this. Thanks
     
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