Route different traffic type on two different lines using 1841?
Currently we are having a 2 Meg line which is the only line at the moment, we are getting a new 10 Meg leased line and we want to route the specific traffic like HTTP,FTP on the 2 Meg line and the rest of traffic on the 10 Meg line. Now if we get a Cisco 1841 and set up my layout like under, will i be able to acheive what i want?
10Mb-->Cisco1841(Provided by ISP and can not be managed by us)-->Cisco 1841-->LAN
We are not using any layer 3 switch and hence inter vlan routing has to be performed by the 1841 + will i be able to set up a DMZ as well with the above setup.
Re: Route different traffic type on two different lines using 18
How about if someone lets say who wants to access my web server which i want to place in the DMZ. I am not sure how i can make it work.
If i connect one WAN link to FE0 and another to FE1 of the router,will i then need to get a ether switch and make one of its switcport to act as DMZ port OR is there any way that i can route the traffic using only the 2 exisiting ports that are available on the 1841.
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