I have a requirement to setup a network so that an internal server\ncommunicates with outside world through different WAN networks. I have\nthree separate WAN connections terminated on a single Cisco 6500. The\ninternal network also connects to the same switch.\n\nExternal VLANs: Ingress, Egress and Management\nInternal VLAN: Internal\nRequirements:\n1. Management traffic can only talk to the internal server(s) via\nManagement WAN;\n2. Application traffic can only talk to the internal server(s) via\nIngress WAN;\n3. Outbound traffic originated from internal servers has to go through\nEgress WAN;\n4. Internal servers use private IP addresses\n\nFor example, I have:\nServers on Internal VLAN:\n10.0.0.2\n10.0.0.3\n10.0.0.4\n\nThe mangement traffic (i.e. SNMP, ssh) uses the following public IPs\nto reach each server:\n188.8.131.52\n184.108.40.206\n220.127.116.11\n\nThe application traffic (i.e. www, ftp) uses the following public IPs\nto reach each server:\n18.104.22.168\n22.214.171.124\n126.96.36.199\n\nThe traffic initiated from the servers uses the following public IPs\nto access the Internet:\n188.8.131.52\n184.108.40.206\n220.127.116.11\n\nGiven the requirements above, how do I design/configure my switch to\nachieve the goal? I've done some searches on the forum with no luck.\nPlease kindly advise.