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connecting firewall/servers

Hi all, can anyone tell me what route people use to get to the firewall, would they plug it directly to the core switches and have a seperate vlan, and also when connecting servers, if they have 2 network cards teamed to 1, would I plug one into one distribution switch and the other card in another, what would be the best way for resiliance for the servers

many thanks guys

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Re: connecting firewall/servers

Hi,

People are using Static or default route with natting.

router {Eo}---> {Outside}Firewall{Inside}--> Access or Distribution switch.

Router: Default route to ISP

E0 natting indide

Firewall : Acl and Nat on inside to outside for both subnets.

Switch id L3/Distribution: Point to inside firewall

If L2 / Access: Create two Vlan - and connect it.

Regards,

Dharmesh Purohit

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