The vlans on the document needed to be moved up one level to show how I want to segment everything. I know I can purchase additional switches to make this happen but I wanted to try and accomplish this without spending any additional funds.
Would it not suit your needs if you directly connected all devices to the 6509 and then VLAN'ed them off there? For example, as long as each of your required networks sit in their own dedicated VLANs, you have no need to purchase any additional switches.
I would have your 6509 as the only switch, then an inside DMZ VLAN, an outside DMZ VLAN, an OUTSIDE VLAN (WAN), management, internal networks etc. Then by configuring your routing correctly, traffic passing through the network layers would be firewalled as you would like.
Basicially you are segregating it logically instead of physically.
PS - feel free to ask me if I havent explained anything too well.
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