I've just boughta SFE2000 as I thought it would do what I needed at a sensibel price.
Scenario us this.
We host a number of clients in a VM environment, and want to segment each off completely from the other, but have them share one of two internet gateways.
What I want to do is create multiple VM NICS, each with a different VLAN ID, assign these to ports on the SFE2000 and then route each VLAN through to one of the two internet gateways we have.
I have done the following on the switch.
Switch IP 10.100.1.253
Internet Router 1 10.100.1.254 Connected to G1
Internet Router 2 192.168.1.254 Connected to G2
Bridging - VLAN Management - Properties
110 VLAN 110 Static
120 VLAN 120 Static
130 VLAN 130 Static
All assigned to Interface E2
System Management - IP Addressing - IPv4 Interface
10.100.1.253 255.255.255.0 VLAN 1
10.100.110.254 255.255.255.0 VLAN 110
10.100.120.254 255.255.255.0 VLAN 120
10.100.130.254 255.255.255.0 VLAN 130
Bridging - VLAN Management - VLAN to Port
E2 Trunk - Join VLAN 1U, 110T, 120T, 130T
Routing - Static Routing
10.100.1.0 /24 Local
10.100.110.0 /24 Local
10.100.120.0 /24 Local
10.100.130.0 /24 Local
10.100.110.0 /24 10.100.1.254
10.100.120.0 /24 10.100.1.254
If I leave it as this, the VLANS can route to each other (no ACL's yet) but cannot get to the external world. If I add 0.0.0.0 /0 10.100.1.254 then they can communicate, but I cannot see how I can then add the second gateway (I really want to say VLAN 130 uses Gateway 192.168.1.254, VLAN 110 uses 10.100.1.254 etc).
I'm completely new to this, so any assistance would be gratefully received.
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