I'm having an issue with networking that I can't wrap my head around since I'm not a strong networking guy to get this. From our provider we have 2 drops via HSRP that go into our cisco 2960 switches that are stacked. So each switch has a drop. From there we have two Astaro devices behind the switches that handle all the firewall and VLAN routing.
I am setting up a small network at work on sunday. (Work is still a restaurant, haven't gotten a tech job yet.) I will deploying a server, a new terminal and redoing all of the existing, sloppy networking. My networking hardware will be a Cisco WRVS400n and a netgear router, FSV318 I believe is the model number.
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