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1 small office + 2 companies + shared resources = ? (SG300, SA520, WAP2000)

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Feb 27th, 2012
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I need to configure a network in 1 small office space that segregates 2 company domains but allows them to share an Internet connection, a WAP, a couple of printers, and a non-Cisco VoIP phone system. And, it needs to provide guest access to the internet and printers via wireless. I have a SG300-28P, an SA520W, and a WAP2000 to make it all happen. Here's the plan below. Will this work? Is there a better approach that uses the available equipment? Thanks in advance!!!


VLANs:

VLAN 1 - default, mgmt vlan, 192.168.1.0

VLAN 10 - CompanyA-Data, 192.168.10.0

VLAN 20 - CompanyB-Data, 192.168.20.0

VLAN 30 - Guest, 192.168.30.0

VLAN 50 - Printers, 192.168.50.0

VLAN 100 - Internet, 192.168.100.0

VLAN 200 - Voice, 192.168.200.0


Device IPs:

SG300 = 192.168.1.254

SA520 = 192.168.1.1

WAP2000 = 192.168.1.245


DHCP Servers:

VLAN 10 = SBS-A

VLAN 20 = SBS-B

VLANs 30,50,200 = SA520

VLAN 1,200 = NO DHCP


Wireless:

SA520 is primary, WAP2000 is repeater (will it repeat multiple SSIDs???)

SSIDA - VLAN10

SSIDB - VLAN20

SSID-Guest - VLAN30


Switch Ports:

SG300:

1 = trunk, VLAN 1

2-6, 25 = access, VLAN 10

7-12, 26 = access, VLAN 20

13 = access, VLAN 30 (unmanaged switch providing additional ports)

14 = access, VLAN 50 (unmanaged switch providing additional ports)

15-23 = access, VLAN 200

24 = trunk, VLANs 10, 20, 30 (connect to WAP2000)

27 = unallocated

28 = trunk, all VLANs (connect to SA520 p4)

SA520:

1-3 = access VLAN 1

4 = trunk all VLANs (connect to SG300 p28)


Routing:

SG300 in L2 mode using SA520 as router on a stick??

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cindy toy Tue, 02/28/2012 - 08:13
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Hi Rick,


This is a great question that our Partner Design Support team can help you with.  Please go here to start chatting with them:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/community/netpro/small-business/partnerzone/pds


Refer the engineer to this post so that they can see what you have.


Regards,

Cindy Toy

Cisco Small Business Community Manager

for Cisco Small Business Products

www.cisco.com/go/smallbizsupport

twitter: CiscoSBsupport

rickumenhofer Thu, 03/01/2012 - 08:29
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Hiu Cindy,

I've been trying for 2 days to get someone to answer my online chat request. Is there another way to contact this team?

Thanks.

jasbryan Thu, 03/01/2012 - 11:23
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Rick,


Thanks for posting and as i was going through the community post as your engineer came over and was presenting your case to me for reviewing.If were experiencing high call volume then we're limited on time on the forums; so when we are not on the phones we are looking into community post to assists other customers. If for any reason your post goes over 24 hours please give us a call at the support center for quicker resolutions. Yes your setup will work as the engineer has told you , you'll just need to use the WAP2000 as an access point and not repeater....


Jasbrayn

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