We have 2 network rooms in our building and each are connected via a fiber link. One room is very tiny and is where our Comcast Internet comes into the building. I want to place our Cisco ISA570 into the other network room which is much larger and easier to work in so I must get the Comcast Internet over to the large network room and into the ISA570.
This is my plan in the small network room: - configure my switch so port 1 is VLAN 1. - plug in the Comcast cable modem to port 1.
This is my plan for the large network room. - configure my switch so port 1 is VLAN 1. - plug the Cisco ISA570 into port 1.
Since both of the switches are connected over the fiber link, I assume VLAN 1 traffic would egress the small room switch and arrive at the large room switch still tagged as VLAN 1 and would egress port 1 on that large room switch into the ISA570. And the reverse is also true.
Does this make sense? Am I doing the right thing here?