I have followed the document 'UC500 and SR500 Secure Router Setup' and it seems simple. I will be needing to setup a system with several vlans (company1 data, company2 data, voice vlan, guest wireless vlan) and I am not sure about the vlan setup.
I know in the past when using the wireless controller I have to manually enter the vlans into the controller.
So the question is: When using a firewall in front of the UC520 which devices controls the vlans?
Do I have to create them manually on both devices?
Should delete the native vlan on the SR520 and replace it with the corresponding vlan from the UC520 (that would be easier I think).
How about when one device supports more vlans than the other?
Eivind has good advice as well.
I haven't tried to add the routes via CCA. I would assume it was there.
In CLI, it would look like...
ip route 192.168.10.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.75.2
ip route 10.1.1.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.75.2
ip route 10.1.10.0 255.255.255.252 192.168.75.2
First, make sure the firewall and NAT are turned off on the UC520.
Make sure there is a route on the SR520 that points to the UC520 for the LAN information behind it. Also, try making the seed device in CCA the UC500.
In the case where you have an SR520 in front of the UC500 the vlans will still be setup in the UC500. From the SR520 perspective you would need routing to the subnets.In the case of using the WLC526 wireless controller the configuration would be the same.
Hope this helps,