Is there any reason the following configuration would not work. I would like to create 2 vlans on a css and connect each to 2 interfaces on an ASA. Then connect 2 servers into the 2 vlans on the css. The 2 servers should not be able to talk to eachother except through the firewall. It seems like a simple set up but no one ever suggests it, they always suggest a one armed topology?
Anybody? This should be an easy one for you guys. Is there enough information?
I am trying to avoid having to do a one armed configuration. I have a server which cannot be located on the same subnet as the other servers on the css. I need this server to be located on the inside of the firewall, not on the dmz where the css resides.
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