I have a site comprising of 3x Cisco SF300, a Cisco 881 router and 2x WAP200 wireless access points.
There are also a number of Cisco IP phones, with desktops connected to the secondary port.
One of the SF300s is in Layer 3 mode.
Currently the network is a single, flat VLAN terminating on FE0 on the 881. The 881 does not do multiple VLANs on the FE0-3 ports.
FE4 on the 881 is connected to a corporate ethernet NTU with a single IP Address, and an additional block of 6.
We have an additional ADSL service that has just been provisioned and we have a modem that can be used in bridge mode.
We would like the following outcome:
On the wireless access points, two SSIDs: One alled Corporate, One called Guest.
The Corporate network should be in VLAN1. The Guest network should be in VLAN20.
there should be no communication between VLAN1 and VLAN20.
VLAN1 traffic should all exit the network via the FE4 NAT address.
VLAN20 traffic should all exit via the new ADSL connection.
We can provide remote access using teamviewer, to the server.
Changes must be made outside of Australian standard time business hours.
Please outline the following in your proposal:
- prior experience with these particular devices
- certification, if any
- how you would envisage the trunking working between devices
- whether we would need a 3rd vlan as a "routing" vlan
- a rough design guide
- an outline of how long you think it would take to make te changes.
- help us setup a NAT Pool that works randomly. Currently,it's only using the first address in the pool.