Moving a Firewall

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by N1SNI, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. N1SNI

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    Hello, right now, we have several locations connected by a point to
    multipoint microwave system. Our NOC exists at one location and our
    Internet backbone exists at a different location. This entire data
    network was flat... but now we are upgrading to a switched Cisco
    network. I would love to be able to move our firewall from that one
    location and put it in our NOC (Leaving the Internet backbone at the
    remote location). Someone had told me that we could trunk VLANs across
    the switches in routers to do this (IE: Vlan2 would be the I-Net
    connection from our ISP going only to the firewall, and Vlan1 could be
    everything else also connected into the firewall)... but we have not
    been successful in setting this up... Anyone have any idea?

    Our core router is a 3800 series and the remote routers are all 2800s

    Thank you,
    Bill
    N1SNI, Aug 11, 2005
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