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separate traffic

Hi ,

I would like to configure a router to route two different traffic ( one for DMZ 192.168.60.0 and one for DMZ 192.168.61.0 ) Actually the router is already routing traffic to 192.168.60.0 and I need to modifiy the config for .61.0

I found this article :

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/473/171.html

If you have a look to the diagramm, this is what I need to do .In my case it will be DBZ instead of PC . How can I setup the router to route traffic to both DMZ ?

can that work ?

Do I have to setup a trunk to pass traffic for both dmz ? something like 1 sub-interface for 192.168.61.0 and one for 192.168.61.0 ? encapsulation

many thanks for your help

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Re: separate traffic

You certainly need to configure the link between the router and the switch as a trunk.

On the router, You will indeed have to configure one subinterface for each DMZ.

I would recommended dot1q for the encapsulation, as ISL is probably not supported anymore on most equipment.

Hope this helps,

Harold Ritter
Sr. Technical Leader
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