We need to split off our users to a different subnet. My first thought is to put a 2620 between the two subnets and behind the firewall. The design is like so. Interner router then fire wall then internal router then switches for each subnet. We have servers that are email gateways and webmail and web access. My question is if I place this router in between the servers and the firewall how can I still make the web facing services avalible?
Instead of brining in a new router in your network which is again a one point of failure try to configure different zones in your firewall if you have the compatibility/feature available with your current box.
Place the servers onto the less secured zone and your lan onto a highly secured zone.
Well I had not thought of that and I will look into it. We are looking to have the servers on one subnet say 172.16.1.x and the users on 172.16.10.x will the pix be able to handle traffic like that users talking to email and such? That is why I thought of a router first.
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