We have Windows XP workstation that we want to isolate from our entire LAN and our Internet gateway (outbound) with the exception of one server (inbound) This server simply needs to map a drive letter to a fileshare on the XP client, copy a flat file export from the XP client once a day, and close the fileshare back up when done.
The Server side of the equation:
Cisco Catalyst 6509 in hybrid mode
IOS 12.1(13)E on the MSFC2 (sup1a)
VTP v2 Server
802.1q is enabled on all trunks to our 2950's in edge closets.
HP Proliant G4 with HP nic teaming driver. This server has a static up of 10.10.5.35 and it's ports are members of our "VLAN 10" (10.10.x.x/16)
The Client Side of the equation:
running IOS 12.1(9)EA1
VTP v2 Client
Connected to the Catalyst 6509 above with one 100FX trunk 802.1q enabled
Intel P4 clone running Windows XP Pro SP2
Generic 10/100 NIC driver with no 802.1q support. It's connected to a switchport with static access to our "VLAN 70" (10.70.x.x/16)
What would be the best way to design this to meet the goal at the top?