I have read two documents, one was 180 pages and the other one was over 400. I am not able to understand how to get the 6509 to communicate with the FWSM.
This is my Scenario:
I have to issue the "session slot 3 processor 1" command in order to get to the FWSM.
When there, i can see the following:
Version: Device Manager Version 5.2(4)F
FWSM# sho fire Context Mode admin Transparent FWSM#
This is what I'm trying to do:
I have A client is renting a server and he is expecting some DDoS and so forth, i want to put him behind the FWSM.
He is right now sitting on vlan 473. This is a L3 Switch, so vlan 473 exists on L2 and obviously an SVI (interface vlan) with the following configuration:
Router.(config-if)#do svlan 473 Building configuration...
Current configuration : 201 bytes ! interface Vlan473 description 04001021613.PRIVATELAYER.CH ip address 188.8.131.52 255.255.255.240 ip access-group SPAM out no ip redirects no ip proxy-arp ipv6 address 2A02:29B8:2118::1/48 end
I am aware that in routed mode you have to add the same vlans to the FWSM and so forth, but in transparent mode, honestly i am clueless.
Its stated that i have to use TWO interfaces and configure the same IPs on each (...) in routed mode i know its not possible, but in transparent mode it is somehow.
NOTE: I am only a CCNA but have done a LOT of research on the topic, I have not found a step-by-step guide not even in the CCNP or CCIE training videos out there. (i have over 40GB of Cisco videos...getting frustrated)
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