Cisco 2811 – 3 VLAN

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I have a Cisco 2811 Router with 3VLANs. I reset the router from scratch and want to set up my EtherSwitch with 16 ports to have 3 VLANS. Ports 1-10 to be VLAN1, 11-14 to be VLAN2, and 14-16 to be VLAN3. The Gig port will be for my hardware firewall that then goes to my modem. So: Modem -> HW Firewall -> Router -> Virtual Networks 1-3 I need each VLAN to be non-intranet capable and see each other only as if they are worlds apart, each VLANS will have three different types of usages and I don't need any bleed over. (I can create firewall rules for the intranet capable functions that I will need later.) This is not a LAB environment, prove the boys at SpiceWorks wrong, I know this is a doable task.

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Cisco 2811 / Cisco 2811

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Yes, you can achieve the results that you are looking for.

Create access-lists and/or IOS firewall rules that restrict inter-VLAN access.

You can get very granular with access control in Cisco IOS.

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