Is it possible to securely route traffic?

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Jul 9th, 2008
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At our main office we have the main network and a small vlan network for hosting a set of terminal servers for another office. Lets say the main office IP is and a routed port for hosted network is This is all running on a 3560-E, it has a routed port connected to a wireless bridge to the remote site. At the other end of the bridge is a 3550-emi with another routed port. if it matters. Off of the 3550 there is the normal vlan 1 which is a branch of the main office. Then there is another routed port which goes along with hosted routed port at the main office.

So the main office and it's branch need to be able to talk and get to the internet.

Then the other network and it's branch and need to be able to do the same.

Is this even possible? what would be the best way to keep all this traffic separate. I would like to keep things at the main office on vlan's to make it easier to send into the ASA.

Thanks in advance.

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