We need to take eight ports out of a 3750 switchstack (four ports on two of the members, remaining ports on these members assigned to network devices; three other stack members have ports assigned to servers, printers, desktops, etc) and assign them to network teams for (soon-to-be) DMZ-based servers. We've looked at doing L2 VLANs, but we'd prefer to keep L3. Other than assigning ACLs, is there a way to dedicate those ports to a DMZ VLAN? Are PVLANs the only other option?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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