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Designing A Network

Good Evening All,

I was a valid CCNA for 3 years but never did much in the cisco world, I always kept getting these HelpDesk - Technical Support jobs. I want to get back into the world of Cisco because its what intrests me the most, not changing a k/b or adding memory or finding out why Outlook doesnt work LOL...

So I have 3 Cisco routers (1 - 3600 and 2 - 2500) 2 Cisco switches (2 - 2900 24 port) 1 Cisco PIX (501) a file server, an itx PC (can be DC but i havent decided yet) and 3 PC's that will be running XP/Vista and a Linksys Wireless - G AP. My question is what type of network can I design with the stuff I have. All help/comments are appreciated.

I have Earthlink High Speed Cabale as my source of internet, with a Toshiba PCX2500 modem.

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New Member

Re: Designing A Network

Thanks All,

I've decided to just map out what I want to do.

New Member

Re: Designing A Network

I have 3 routers and 1 switch. What I am working on is setting up my ftp server behind one router, my apple machine behind the 2nd router and my main machine behind the 3rd router and getting them all to talk. This is what was recommended to me.

Bruce

New Member

Re: Designing A Network

So in your scenario is each router a part of different subnets like 192.168.10.X, 192.168.20.X and 192.168.30.X?

When I get home I am going to attach a visio of my purposed network layout. I am using 3 routers 2 switches 1 PIX firewall as far as the cisco equiment goes.

New Member

Re: Designing A Network

Here it is..

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