I have a bunch of servers and users in OLD VLAN currently. The requirement is that i need to move the data from OLD servers to new VLAN but i can't have the OLD VLAN talk to the New VLAN. But once everything is copied to the new servers on the new VLAN. I can then remove the OLD VLAN and OLD Servers completely.
During this process , I am going to have the NAS drive also which needs to be talk to the OLD VLAN as well as to the New VLAN. I think that can be acheived as NAS is going to have the two NIC's. So i will configure each NIC in the OLD and NEW VLAN. So that i can access the NAS from OLD and New VLAN both.
Please advise if this is something possible.
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How will you get the data from the old vlan to the new vlan. From my understanding is you want to copy the data from the old servers to the new servers so you need access between the 2 vlans unless you copy the data to he NAS then from the NAS to he new vlan.
If that's the case then I'm sure you can create an access-list denying any ip traffic between the 2 vlans.
Is it a MX or Switch
The thing is that there is some issues with the domain controller. Therefore, I dont want the old VLAN talk to the new VLAN. This has to be done under Firewall rules, to block the communication between the OLD VLAN and New VLAN, except RDP is allowed between OLD and New VLAN.
Is this what i am supposed to do on the MX84
OLD VLAN 10
NEW VLAN 20
Source 10.10.10.0/24 Deny All except 3389 to Destination 10.10.20.0/24
Source 10.10.20.0/24 Deny All except 3389 to Destination 10.10.10.0/24