Subnets without VLAN!

khurram
Here to help

Subnets without VLAN!

Hello,

 

Is there anyway to define subnets in MX without VLANs?

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Kind of a big deal
Kind of a big deal

no sir.

khurram
Here to help

if i create subnets in Security Appliance with different VLAN and placed unmanaged switches in front of every subnet will this work for me?


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Robin St.Clair | Principal, Caithness Analytics | @uberseehandel


@khurram wrote:

if i create subnets in Security Appliance with different VLAN and placed unmanaged switches in front of every subnet will this work for me?


Yes. You just need to set the MX's ports to "Access" mode and specify the VLAN (so subnet) you want for that port. Outside of the MX nothing needs to know about the VLAN ids you chose.

PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

You can add a static route via another layer 3 device.
Nick
Head in the Cloud

As people have said - you must use VLAN's

 

There is no equivalent of port mirroring or subnet shields in Meraki world. 

 

But for you usage, you can put switches on each port and you'll be fine 🙂

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