Hey Everyone, I'm pretty new to working with Cisco equipment and am in need of some assistance. I'm in the process of configuring a pair of SG500 switches in a stack with a Sonicwall TZ205, basically in a Router-On-A-Stick type configuration. First (and preferred) attempt was InterVLAN routing configuration, but it was not working out and we really need to get this project rolling, so it was decided to switch to this configuration because it SHOULD be much easier to setup.
The configuration is pretty simple, it'll be a VLAN10 (which i've made the native VLAN) and VLAN12 (Voice for Cisco IP Phones) and Sonicwall as Gateway.
I think the only problem I'm having is the Trunk to the Sonicwall...i'm not able to communicate out from admin computer, or even from the SG500.
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