Just bought the TL-R600VPN and T1600G-52PS and now I want to set them up with the following requirements...
TL-R600VPN WAN: 192.168.1.x/24 given by DHCP from ISP & LAN: 192.168.0.1
2 Access Vlans,
One with 10 ports (Gi10/3-12) for camera's and IOT devices that connect independently to the cloud - Vlan ID 26, name IoTandCAMVlan
One with all the ports higher than Gi1/0/12 for the local lan devices - vlan ID 62 - UserVlan
If it can be done, I would want the management interfaces of the router and switch to be in a different mgmt vlan, and that access from User and IoTandCAMVlan is not possible to this mgmt vlan.
The IoTandCAMVlan and UserVlan need internet access. They both need their DHCP scopes created on the switch and distributed
IoTandCAMVlan: int vlan 192.168.26.253 192.168.26.0/24
UserVlan: int vlan 192.168.62.253 192.168.62.0/24
Management int vlan 192.168.0.253
What would be the best possible design in terms of bandwitdh capabilities to both VLANs (The devices and ISP router are supercleanly racked and cabled so intradevice cable failure is very unlikely, physical redundancy is a nice-to-have IMHO)? The TL-R600VPN doesn't seem to be able to create subinterfaces - is this correct? So a trunk between TL-R600VPN's interfaces G1/0/4-5 and T1600G-52PS interfaces Gi1/0/1-2 is not possible to setup?
Is setting up an lacp between 2 LAN ports from the TL-R600VPN (Gi1/0/4-5) and the T1600G-52PS's Gi10/01-2 beneficial at all for bandwitdh?
I am familiar with CCNA concepts, but it is new to me to tie it all together in an optimal way, so if someone would give me a high-level design tip, and the steps to get there - would be helpfull - I really want to configure it by myself as a learning process