Hi to All.
My name is Alex, an I am sort of a Cisco newbie...
This is the situation I am facing: a campus lan of around 2500 ports, distributed in 8 separate buildings.
The network infrastructure is as follows:
a. Cisco 2821 Adv Sec Bundle Router
b. Cisco 3750G switch (3 units stacked together)
a. Cisco 3560G switch
a. Lot's of Cisco 2960 switches
All the access level switches are connected to the distribution switch via gigabit ether channels (2 x 1GB link). All the distribution switches are connected to the core using fiber-optics ether channel (2 x 1GB FO link). The router is connected to the main switch.
Please give me any ideas about how to configure these machines in order to achieve:
- A different V-Lan for each building, with a different class of IP addresses (i am now using 10.x.0.0/255.255.252.0 where x is the building number)
- DHCP server on each of the 3560G switches
- All the traffic from one building to another be routed using only switches
- All the Internet traffic be routed using the 2821 core router
Sorry about my bad english and if my problems are too simple for you.