Do Low-end and Mid-range Firewalls Support Data Forwarding Cross Layer-2 Switchi

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Do Low-end and Mid-range Firewalls Support Data Forwarding Cross Layer-2 Switching Cards?
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Rickymoon     Created Feb 21, 2016 12:16:34 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Low-end and mid-range firewalls support data forwarding cross Layer-2 switching cards on the following conditions:

1. The Layer-2 switching cards must be connected by network cables.

2. VLAN parameters and up-link enable must be configured on the directly connected interfaces.


NOTE:
The two Layer-2 switching cards can be regarded as two independent switches. For the two switches to communicate, you need to connect them with network cables and set VLAN parameters.

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