In an msfc-outside config, I want to have a switch connect into active context1 on vlan 5. I want another switch connect into context2 on vlan 6 from another switch. Now I want for both of these contexts to share "vlan 10".
Keep i n mind that Active context1 will be on 6506-1 and Active context2 will be on 6506-2.
So my question is, can I setup a shared vlan for use between these 2 contexts.
You can only share it if interfaces are in routed mode. Normally only outside interfaces can be shared because of the FWSM's single MAC address limitation & Static statement requirement.
You need to use static NAT statements as In case of shared interfaces. FWSM's "Classifier" intercepts the traffic and depending on the destination IP hands the traffic over to the appropriated context.
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