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migrating: Collo being difficult :( need some simple vlan/routing answers)

Hello,

I just purchased 2xc2950's, and a 515E.

One 2950 is for outside, one inside, with the 515E protecting the inside.

We have been renting these devices from our collocation, and the lease is up. So we've decided to manager our own, BUT, now they're being difficult with giving me ANY kind of information, (like configs, etc).

What I do know, is that the outside switch has at least 4 vlans.

With the 515E having settings such as:

nat from xxx.xxx.43.xxx to {inside}

nat from xxx.xxx.42.xxx to {inside}

What I would like to know, is what would be the best way to "migrate" everything over.

1. We have a redundant internet feed, is this possible with vlans?

2. What is it called, where all the vlans route traffic to the single port (firewall)? interVLAN?

3. Is it possible to link our 2950 internal to their internal? and slowly move the connections over?

4. would I need their routing tables to set things up properly?

Any help would be appreciated!

ps. anyone from the toronto area who's a cisco export that I can pick their brain for a day $$$ of course, let me know.

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Re: migrating: Collo being difficult :( need some simple vlan/ro

yes, it is possible to have a redundant internet feed, and it is possible with vlans. All the vlans route traffic to the single port (firewall)? interVLAN and this intervaln routing is same as normal one. Is it possible to link your 2950 internal to their internal but different network IP and VLANS may be assigned.

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