N/APosted on - 12/05/2011
I have a Netgear fvx358 working together with my Cisco 3750 switch. The Cisco 3750 will represent as the distributing switch in an organization and the Netgear will be the access switch. I just want to know if there will be no problem with the configuration of the VLAN and configure others if necessary? And also, I want to know which is more improved, the Cisco 3945 router or the Netgear fvx358? Please send me some suggestions. Thanks.
Netgear fvx358 working with Cisco 3750
HI, It’s sounds like you are going to removing Netgear Router altogether- If it still works as a router and or firewall. You could keep it either in production or as a back-up.
The mentioned equipment is okay, just need a few action to make it easier. Mirror the internal IP address setting of netgear on the CISCO Router: All device/DHCP scope as a gateway and use it.
Make sure the ASA support the same type of VPN connections that as the Netgear does. Hopefully replicate user settings from one device to the next
-Keep VLANs/ subnets, IP routing and functions as same as possible and it should like a fairly painless transition.