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This is a very difficult question to answer on a scenario-basis because there are many factors to consider with little information provided. However, in a general sense, here is my insight. Firstly, I agree with the comments against the question that no private address group is any more or less desirable than another based on susceptibility to being ...


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What is the specific model of the router provided from your internet provider? Do you get a few static ip's with your internet package or just dynamic? I am using a CISCO ASA series to do a very similar configuration. [We divide bandwidth based on branch offices] Your HP device is a switch it would be better to setup two routers behind the providers ...


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NEW RESPONSE: FIRST UNDERSTAND THESE TERMS: Frame: When packets operate on a Layer 2 level of the OSI model they have been broken down into a Frame/Ethernet Frame. 802.1q VLANS: we will be setting VLANS by putting a VLAN tag on the packets/frames - tags can be removed and added to a packet/frame (this introduced Tagging/Untagging/PVID). There is another ...


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You're asking a lot here, and on some fairly specific hardware, so I'll just give some high-level guidance to keep this reasonable. First, the servers. You want them to have public IPs. That's fine and good. However, they are also part of your internal network; give them internal IPs. Then you need to setup port forward policies on the watchguard to map the ...


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As this has just been bumped to the front page - you probably didn't need the "use public IP address behind XTM" scenarios, and did want to make new VLAN interfaces. Set Interface 0 as External, allocate the public address as you did. Make new VLAN interfaces, one for each VLAN. Set them as 'optional', give the firewall an internal IP address in each VLAN ...



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