Stop me if I'm wrong.
My object is simple: make a small-business network with 1Gbit to the server, and 10/100 to the desktop. Let's assume a ratio of 8 Fast to 1 Gig. Oh, and chuck the server on a server VLAN, and the desktops on the data VLAN. Why? well I'm just trying to collapse down a hierarchical/modular network design onto a single device, for all the good reasons one does that. Also, I run virtual servers on the server, and that 1 Gig link is actually a 802.1Q trunk.
In the Small Business Pro range:
I reach for a switch with a 1Gbit ethernet port that will do inter-vlan routing. Nope.
I reach for a router with 2 x 1Gbit ethernet ports. Nope.
I reach for a router with a 1Gbit ethernet ports and a built-in-swtich. Nope.
I reach for a router-on-a-stick with 1Gbit ethernet port for my 8Fe/1Gi switch. Nope.
Basically, I have to choose between having a fat link to the server OR putting both my servers and my desktops on my data VLAN ... or getting out of the Small Business Pro range (which sucks because now I don't have a network that's homegenously managed by CCA).
a) Am I right to want this?
b) Am I correct in saying that SB Pro doesn't support it?
c) If not, is this intended or just accidental?