Office LAN and WAN connection

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LAN
Routing protocols
WAN
I have three 35 sreies switch,two 29 series and 45 series as core switch,and router which is not already connected,my intetion and qn is how will  i connect and configure those switch and router to use internet from ISP which come thru moderm to my office,and bare in mind i have ISA FILEWALL i want also it to be connected,please if you can give even the sketch,diagram of it i will appreciate

Software/Hardware used:
cisco ios

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Right off, we would need more information about how many users, different departments, bandwidth / through-put requirements, etc…

Outside of that, Here is a basic layout of one possible configuration:
(Assuming you meant ASA firewall in your question)

[ISP] — <aSA] — [4500] — [3500’s] — [2950s]

The ISP traffic would come in and be filtered by the ASA, which then forwards it to your Core (Running IP routing). The Core would forward traffic to the 3500s, which further deistributes traffic to the 2950 and on to your users / devices

Please provide more details about your requirements so we can better assist you in designing your set-up..

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  • shivlujain
    The another way to connect all the points is given below:-ISP----> Router---->Firewall-------->3500----------->2900If you want to run the dynamic protocol with SP.regardsshivlu jainhttp://www.mplsvpn.info
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