I have a network that is currently running on a single VLAN which I am required to implement separate VLANS on. The site has an MX100, 3 MS120s, and a few MR44 access points, we have some on-prem servers and storage on this site (connected to a Cisco SG300 switch), DHCP is currently provided by an on-prem domain controller.
The plan is to create 5/6 new VLANs these are – Client, Corp Wi-FI, Guest Wi-Fi, Server, Management, Transit (if required), DHCP needs to be provided by the on -prem domain controller
My question is, as we are using layer 2 switches (MS120s) , what is the recommended way to implement this? I have carried out the same task successfully on some of our other networks where we use used MS350 switches, there I set up layer 3 interfaces on the switches, a static route and used a transit VLAN, but it seems like I will have to do things a bit differently on this network with the MS120s.
Equipment on site -
- MS 120s (x3)
- MR 44 (x5)
- Cisco SG300 switch (these are connected to the servers and storage but hoping to replace with Meraki switches in the future)