3750G Static config

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May 16th, 2009
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Hi, Hope someone can help with this problem. I work on a site which has two totally separate networks. Each network has its own juniper Router,both of which are housed in my comms cabinet however, as it is a managed service they are soon to put us onto a single router which will host both IP ranges for the two networks. here is where I need help. I have been told to buy a Cisco 3750G layer 3 switch and configure it for the two networks from one router: The details the managed service have provided of the two current routers are:

Router 1: fe 0/0/0 static -

Router 2: fe 1/3/0 static -

can someone please advise on exactly what they are asking me to do. many many many thanks

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paolo bevilacqua Sat, 05/16/2009 - 11:01
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Hi, may I suggest that if you do not have networking experience, hire a reputable professional for the job.

That will avoid you a lot of frustration qne mistakes.

tcummins857 Sat, 05/16/2009 - 11:37
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Agreed, I am looking at getting a consultant in, but I obviously need to be able to justify this so need to know exactly what they are trying to do i.e. is it a vlan, iproute, etc, need to know what the concept is.

paolo bevilacqua Sat, 05/16/2009 - 14:08
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You may not even need a L3 switch after all, or perhaps a smaller one than the 3750G, I think once you have a good consultant sit with both network administrators they will clarify everything and go for the better solution.

pompeychimes Sat, 05/16/2009 - 14:02
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I have lots of questions. Maybe a before and after diagram showing who owns/manages what would help?


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