[HELP] Routing question
I have a weird request (Again)
typicly we dont allow FTP servers on our inside network, unless the field enhginner has a routable public IP block and a server of his own. In my case he has a server that he will manage and a /28 public routable block. my question is how can I make this work using the existing equipment that I manager (router and a switch). Also the folks on the internal network (172.19.1.0/24) need to be able to hit that server from inside and outside.
Any ideas, I am brain dead at the moment....
Perhaps you can clarify certain things as follows
* Existing network topology
* Proposed network topology
* How the field engineer plans to implement his own /28 public routable block into your network, whether bring his own ISP or carrier in or use your existing carrier
* Whether the /28 public routable block comes from the same ISP you currently have
the existing network topology is a router on a stick. One router one switch. The routable /28 is from the same provider as we currently have. currently we have a /30 configured for transit between the ISP and us, and the /28 has been allocated for this purpose. From my understanding he will setup a the FTP server with the public IP.
BinkVillains... knock off all that evilReviews:
You dont really provide enough information for anyone to be of much help. That said, if you are already doing router on a stick, just setup another VLAN for the public subnet and route appropriately. If theres no NAT involved for thisand there shouldnt be without good reasonthis will even be easier and should making routing simple for your internal clients as well.
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I got it figured out.. Thank you