I was hoping to get some assistance in setting up VLANs in my environment. Here is the current setup:
Dell VRTX with 3 blades running 2012 Hyper-V
Two Cisco SG550X-48P switches in native stacked mode in the 10G port
Sonicwall NSA 2400 with subinterfaces for VLAN 2 and 5.
Two Cisco WAP551 access points in single point setup mode with two SSID's, one for guest and one for office.
Here is what I would like to do.
Data VLAN 1 - 192.168.10.x - All computers, servers, printers, etc for the office.
Voice VLAN 2 - 192.168.100.x - This will be a hosted VOIP system.
Guest Wireless VLAN 5 - 192.168.150.x - Wireless access to internet for mobile devices and guest access.
DHCP for all VLANs on a server on VLAN 1.
I have everything configured already. I have not been able to test the phones yet because we're not in the testing phase yet. I can connect to the guest VLAN AP and I get the correct IP. I can ping internal and external addresses fine, and DNS resolves correctly. Web pages do not load though. I spoke to Sonicwall and they reviewed my config and confirmed the Sonicwall is setup correctly.
I basically followed this guide: http://www.firewall.cx/cisco-technical-knowledgebase/cisco-switches/885-cisco-switches-sg500-52p.html
I should be able to control access from one VLAN to another using the Sonicwall, so my primary goal is to be able to access the internet correctly on VLAN 2 and 5.
Yeah, that's why I'm a bit confused as well. This is my first time really doing this, but if I can ping everything that means traffic is going where it needs to go.
So I haven't connected anything to VLAN 2 yet, but on VLAN 5 I can ping internal and external, DNS resolves, I get the correct IP, web pages just do not load. And actually the pings are a little hit and miss. It mostly works, but an occasional "no reply". I meant to reboot the Sonicwall over the weekend to see if that made any difference, but I didn't have time. I'll try that tonight. I just wanted to get some advice or feedback from people who have done this before.
You telling me everything would be broken is actually a big help because it sounds like I can eliminate the switches as being the issue. Thank you.
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