Gilles Dufour Fri, 06/29/2007 - 03:41
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circuit VLAN30

ip address

ip virtual-router 7 priority 110 preempt

ip redundant-interface 7

ip critical-service 7 upstream

ip address

wilson_1234_2 Fri, 06/29/2007 - 04:27
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Thanks for the reply.

i am not sure I understand the config here,

The two IP Addresses of the interface

The rest (reference 7)is pointing to a redundant interface?

My situation is that I have the CSS ip Address in the DR subnet and I have my services and VIPs in the HQ subnet.

I have it working with two interfaces at the moment, but was wondering how to config it with a single interface.

I tried to set up trunking on a single interface, but could not get it to wotk with an old 2900 cat switch I have.

skumar1969 Sun, 07/01/2007 - 20:39
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Just type your new ip address under the circuit VLAN. See below. It will accept the second ip address as well. I never used these sort of assignments in production deployments. I presume it would be similar to putting a secondary ip address on the router interface. Tell us how it works for you.

circuit VLAN790

description "client Segment"

ip address

ip address


Gilles Dufour Mon, 07/02/2007 - 00:07
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ok, so what you want actually is to configure trunking.

There is not much to do there, just use the command trunk [the CSS can only do dot1Q] and select the default vlan with the command 'default' inside your vlan.

once trunking will be working, you can configure an ip inside each vlan.



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