Home Setup Design - Not high priority - Yes, its real cisco equiptment, not a best buy router question
I just recieved a Cisco 2600 Router, 2 Catalyst 3500 switches, and a fortinet fortigate 200a firewall.
How would you recommend I set these up for a home network. I have FIOS coming in to my home for internet.
I was considering putting my internet on one ethernet port on the router, then configuring nat on the other ethernet port. Then I would put the firewall in transparent mode and then uplink that to the switches.
This kind of seems a little bland though, and would be kind of a mess when I want to set up port forwarding on the fly. I'd also lose the DMZ ports on the firewall.
Another option would be to plug the internet to the Wan side of the firewall, then plug the lan side in to one of my switches. I could then create a different subnet on the other switch, and use the router between the two.
I could do the same above, but instead create VLANs on the switches.
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