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Moving a configuration from Local Internet Access to MPLS...

Hello All,

Our company is in the process of absorbing a new company so we are putting our Networking Standards in place.  At the moment, we have everything configured in parallel to bring them into our MPLS network but we just discovered that there are 2 network ports configured with Firewalls which are each using separate Public IP addresses.  In other words there are 2 ports that are used by external clients to be able to connect directly to the internet without connecting to the LAN.  Now we need to reproduce these ports but going though our MPLS which will in turn redirect them to our Head Office which is the only site with Internet Access.  Our networking standard includes the following...

3750 Switch with a 2960 Switch.

The 3750 is plugged into the MPLS network and the 2960 is configured as an Access switch for user and is plugged into the 3750.

The configuration of both switches in very simple.

Does anyone know if what I would like to accomplish can be done by using rules or isolated VLANs?

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