Layer3 vlan

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paolo bevilacqua Mon, 04/09/2007 - 14:05
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Excuse me, what that would mean?


A VLAN is a layer two concept. Normally you will have one subnet address per VLAN. Then again, a layer 3 switch can do wire speed routing between said VLAN / subnet.

paolo bevilacqua Mon, 04/09/2007 - 14:49
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Ok, so what is a layer3 vlan then?

Hi!

Sorry for not proper info.

I've a core switch on which I've configured layer3 Vlan for a particular process.

now I am configuring Layer2 Vlan for the router that connected to core through f/w and i've 2 links(Ethernt) from my Router say R1 are connected to CE1 and CE2 router and configuring MHSRP on CE1 and CE2 for Auto failover.


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