As a network grows to include users in multiple physical locations it becomes necessary to segment the network into various virtual networks or VLANs. This article describes how to configure VLANs on the MX Security Appliance.
Customers with an MPLS connection between sites can use this article as a guide to allowing communication over the LAN, when the MPLS connection is not intended for accessing the Internet. Alternatively, if the MPLS connection is the primary WAN link for the location, and needs to be implemented with VPN failover, refer to the guide on configuring site-to-site VPN over MPLS.
This article discusses route configuration and the interaction of differing routes, and intended to serve as a reference for deeper understanding of how routing decisions are made on MX Security Appliances.
The Cisco Meraki MX offers seamless hardware failover using a warm spare, high availability configuration. This article will detail how an HA pair of MX use Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) to fail over and maintain connectivity for downstream clients.
The MX Series Security Appliance and Z1 Teleworker Gateway can be deployed inPassthrough or VPN Concentrator mode. In this mode, it will not perform address translation and acts as a layer 2 bridge between the internet and LAN ports.
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