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Dual Lan IPs

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Nov 8th, 2011
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Come from the SonicWall world (so be gentle) and I am trying to configure a Cisco SA520 to do the following. Is this possible?


Current Lan (Production):

172.16.10.0

255.255.255.0

172.16.10.1 (SA520 Lan IP)


New Lan (Lab):

172.16.15.0

255.255.255.0

???.??.??.?


I am trying to create 2 seperate networks, 1 production and 1 lab, but both with internet access. I can not find a way to assign an IP in each subnet to the SA520 so that it can be used as the default gateway on both networks.


What is the right way to set this up on an SA520?


Any insight is appreciated!

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juliomar Tue, 11/08/2011 - 16:57
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Hi Tim,


You need to create a VLAN for the lab network.  Please see the instructions I placed in the following post:


https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/3315802#3315802


If you need to isolate the Lab and production subnets, simply disable Inter VLAN routing on the Available VLANs Vlan Configuration Edit Dialog.


Hope this helps,

Julio

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