Posts Tagged ‘802.1Q’

SonicWALL-on-a-Stick

| September 10th, 2011 | 51 Comments »
SonicWALL on a Stick, SonicWALL-on-a-Stick

SonicWALL's never tasted so good! I touched up on this subject in my last blog titled, "Solutions to your SonicPoint WLAN Woes!" What I want to do here is go over what is traditionally known as "Router-on-a-Stick" or "ROAS". In this case, "SonicWALL-on-a-Stick" or "SOAS". The concept behind "ROAS" is that instead of taking a router and assigning ...

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Solution to your SonicPoint WLAN woes.

| February 12th, 2011 | 101 Comments »
Small Network Deployment

I recently blogged an article on how to quickly and easily configure a SonicPoint with your SonicWALL firewall. If you haven't read it, you can read it here before reading further. If you have read it, keep on reading! Below is an example of a typical but small deployment utilizing a SonicPoint for wireless access. As you ...

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Securing a Trunk

| June 16th, 2010 | No Comments »

Here's another lab from Dave Hucaby. As always, please try to do them yourself before looking at the possible answers below: http://dhucaby.wordpress.com/2010/06/15/scenario-2-securing-a-trunk/ Dave's original question: Today’s scenario involves securing a trunk between two switches… A user PC A is located on Switch A with the interface configuration shown in the diagram below. A different user PC X is located ...

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VLAN Trunking 1

| June 12th, 2010 | 3 Comments »
VLAN 1 Trunking by Dave Hucaby

In another lab created by Dave Hucaby, we look at playing with VLAN trunking and mixing and matching native vlan's and what the effects of doing so are. As always, you can view his original lab here: http://dhucaby.wordpress.com/2010/06/11/new-scenario-vlan-trunking-1/ Here is his original question: Here’s a new scenario to think about. I haven’t built it in a lab yet, ...

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