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Feb 26, 2013

My organization wishes to host a LAN gaming event. The setup I have in mind involves a 24-port switch for connecting all the player computers and having that switch connected to a smaller "core" switch which has the the game server and router connected to it. I'd like to know if I can set things up as follows...
 
SG200-26 with ports 1-24 on seperate VLANs  so they cannot talk to eachother. I'd then like ports 25 and 26 to be an  aggregated (for bandwidth and redundancy) trunk port to carry all 24  VLANs plus an additional management VLAN (ex. VLAN 100) that will be used for accessing  the switch. I'd like those aggregated trunk ports to connect to an SG300-10 "core" switch which will be connected to the game server  and to a router for internet access.
 
I'd like the ability to have two  network connections from the game server to the switch, one on the  management VLAN and one on a different VLAN (ex. VLAN 50) that will be accessed by the  players (ports 1-24 on the SG200-26). The core switch needs the  ability to perform restricted inter-VLAN routing, in that it doesn't  allow VLANs 1-24 to talk to eachother but they can talk to the server's  VLAN but only through specific service ports (ex. port 12345, 12346). Is this possible?
 
Furthermore how would I configure the SG300-10 to allow VLANs 1-24 to talk to VLAN 50, but not themselves or VLAN 100. As well, I'll probably have the router on it's own VLAN (ex. VLAN 60) and allow VLANs 1-24 to access it but only through HTTP port 80 for web access.

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