For this lab you need REAL hardware. You can’t use switches in GNS3!
You need at least a Cisco Catalyst 3560 switch for this lab.
Your are the senior network engineer of a small company specialized in switching solutions. The datacenter houses a couple of servers and you would like to increase security. You prefer to keep all servers within the same subnet and prevent the usage of access-lists. It sounds like Private VLANs could help you out…
- Configure all IP addresses as specified in the topology picture.
- Configure VLAN 500 to be the primary VLAN.
- Configure VLAN 501 as a secondary community VLAN.
- Configure VLAN 502 as a secondary isolated VLAN.
- Configure the correct mapping between the primary and secondary VLANs.
- Configure DNS1 and DNS2 to be in the secondary community VLAN 501.
- Configure WWW1 and WWW2 to be in the secondary isolated VLAN 502.
- Configure fa0/24 on SwitchA as the promiscious port.
- DNS1 and DNS2 should be able to communicate with each other and the Gateway.
- WWW1 and WWW2 should only be able to communicate with the Gateway.
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Basic IOS for the switch should be sufficient. No special features needed.
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