This configuration enables the vlan2 interface. You must assign a security level of 50. A security level of 0 is the default security level. A security level of 50 is specific to VLAN interfaces. You must assign a security level to the VLAN interface. If a security level is not assigned, the default security level of 0 is used for the interface.
Configure an interface to address the vlan2 interface. If you do not have access to the switch that is a member of the vlan2 VLAN, then you must create a VLAN interface and a security group. Configure the interface to permit access from the vlan2 interface to the interface that you created. Note the following:
Verify that the CPE device is connected to a switch that is either a member of the vlan2 VLAN interface or that has access to the vlan2 VLAN interface. If there is no VLAN interface, you can configure a VLAN interface on a different interface, but then you must create an access-list for that interface to permit communication from the CPE interface to the VLAN interface.
switch(config-if-outside)# security-level 20
To configure a dynamic routing interface, you must specify an IP address and an interface name. For instance, the following command configures the interface named internet to have an IP address of 10.201.16.2 and a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. The inside and outside interfaces are then added to the dynamic routing table. The next command configures the inside interface to have an IP address of 10.201.16.3 and a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. The dmz interface is added to the dynamic routing table as well.
switch(config)# interface rip range 1
The route-table command is used to provide a different routing table, or subnet mask, to a network adapter that requires changes. The following command configures the interface named outside to use a route-table of 255.255.255.0. 827ec27edc