First off i'm really enjoying the content. I'm working my way though the first cisco class. I just finished the last video on switches.
I have the following situation at work:
we have a network with some servers and several cisco sg300 switches small business. they are layer 3 but only do static routing. We also have a Cisco ASA 5512-x as our gateway / firewall. we have two branch locations and they are connected through an MPLS connection provided by our ISP. so network 1: 10.50.0.0 / 255.255.252.0 and network 2: 10.50.4.5 /255 and network 3: 10.50.6.0 /255 here is the question:
would it be better to buy a cisco sg 500x switch that supports RIP v2 or get a Cisco Router like a isr 4331? the amount of traffic is not that large. our internet is 30 Mbit and the two MPLS connection is 15 Mbit. We would then change our default gateway to point to the new device and then have that device point to the ASA as its gateway. the advantage of buying the switch is that we could then replace an older 1oo Mbit switch. Would the switch be able to do the needed routing?
Does anyone have experience with ASA's and Allworx phone's our remote phones work but we don't get sip audio.