I've got a remote site that is currently connected by a L2 fiber link between a 3560G and a 2821 router that lies in front of an ASA5520 firewall. A routed IP segment connects the 3560-2821, then another IP segment connects the 2821-ASA and the ASA is the gateway for the segment behind it that contains servers.
Now the powers that be would like to add a second network segment to the remote site, requiring a second VLAN to be transited between the 3560 and the ASA.
1. Can I get directed to a procedure to tunnel two VLANs between a 2821 interface and two different ASA interfaces - or, how to configure an ASA port to trunk multiple VLANs?
2. Can I get help configuring the 2821 to trunk multiple VLANs so I can do away with the smaller IP segments in the current, routed topology and convert everything to a pair of VLANs end-to-end?
I've got some experience configuring subinterfaces, but I need some help configuring a 2800 router interface for L2 VLAN tagging.
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