Note: This is not a project of an existing or future real network but only my laboratory in GNS3.
I have a network project presented as in the diagram where:
- pfSense works as a firewall and NAT
- Windows Server takes over DHCP and DNS roles and introduces AD (we assume that it has only one interface)
Now I would like to divide the network globally into 2 VLANs:
- Core (2), which will contain only pfSense and Windows Server (to secure direct access to pfSense)
- Access (3), which will contain Windows Server and the rest of the network bypassing pfSense.
WAN / ISP -> pfSense WAN
pfSense LAN -> Switch
Switch -> Server
Switch -> all LAN devices
And now I have a dilemma - how is it best to manage VLANs in such a network assuming that Windows Server serves DHCP?
btw. Does anyone know what this program offers such diagrams? :)