I am the defacto cisco admin, although I am just learning. The devlopers came to me earlier and want to set up a test network for several of their servers. I would like to set them up on their own segment (I believe?) where we can control what resources they have access to, bandwidth, etc.
These machines will also need to be accessible thru a pix to the outside world, etc.
Any advise or pointers in the right direction on if I am on the right track, etc. I welcome your suggestions.
If you want to set them up on their own segment where you can set up ACL's to limit what they can access, you'll need to set them up on a different subnet, and you can control their access through your router.
Just set up an Access List allowing or denying their subnet to different resources. And as long as the router has a default route to go to your PIX (or another router that goes to the PIX), then they should have access to the internet.
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