I would like a help regarding to IP addresses in our Core Router (Cisco 2911), see the diagram attached.
Currently, we are doing a migration plan of our data center, that's new diagram, but we faced out a problem to set the IP addressES. We have to set an IP between the Core router (Cisco 2960) and the switches (Cisco 2911) to do the communication, but we cannot set the subnet 192.168.1.x, because it's the subnet to the int g/01 220.127.116.11 towards to Firewall and also we cannot change the subnet of our internal network...Switches, Servers
The goal is to control and manage the traffic from Melbourne / Sydney to the Internet that why we placed a router between firewall and WAN/Servers. The Cisco Router 2911 comes with 3 gigabit ports as standard, the IT system administrator told if we install a module 4-Port Cisco EtherSwitch HWICs, we could set the IP subnet 192.168.1.x... coz it's in a different module...Do you think is that make sense? Tks for your reply!!!
Ok, it's make sense, but if I connect the ASA firewall directly to the SW, I'll be able to control the traffic/monitor to the network 192.168.1.0/24?...as I mentioned the main goal of the router 2911 is control the traffic between WAN / net 192.168.1.0 and firewall.
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