I would appreciate some input on how to impliment my network design using the equipment listed in the diagram. I'm under the gun to finish this project so a basic idea of FE 0/0, FE 0/1, and switch set-up is greatly appreciated. This is little bit beyond my scope but hopefully you advanced Cisco users can provide some great insight to my delima. The router does have the advanced IP services image installed.
Thank you in advance for your time and comments.
PDF file attached for visulization/reference purposes.
In the diagram my 2811 router connects via T1 thru interface T1 0/0 with the sub interfaces (serial) successfully up/up. now i need to know how to configure the FE 0/0 and FE0/1 interface to connect to my Cisco Catalyst 2960G-48TC Switch so I can place all the clients (seperate office spaces)on VLANS ( in the private IP range of (172.150.100.X) as well as hand out 5 Public static IP addresses ( X . X. X. 66~70)to 5 other individual office spaces. My router has the Advanced IP services Image and I have reserved one public Static IP address for Admin use for use in handing out the other 5 if needed ( x. x. x. 65)
Your best bet might be go to the main cisco.com page and search on configuring trunking , router or configuring intervlan routing . These will give you specific info on configuring the router for trunking down to the switch and then search on configuring dhcp server for the router .
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