I made a few posting but i belive I was not clear on the problem and that was due to lack of information. here it is and I need some input please:
we are going to buil a new infrastrature using 4x 6506 and 4 x 6509 Cisco switches L2/L3.
two of which stay at one site and the other two if which will go to another site. both sites will be linked through dark fiber as transit from aprovider.
I have been thinking about BGP and Route Reflector design but I don't know what would be the relation between the two 6506s at each site and the two 6509 sitting behind them?
they want to run EIGRP internally (internal LAN behind the 6506s), here i have gotten confused of how I can link these devices together given the fact that I have not seen redistribution between BGP and EIGRP?
I know the BGP configuration, I know the eBGP and iBGP relations but EIGRP and BGP, I don't know to tackle that?
Please see if you can help me clear these things in my mind and move forwad with the design.
Also, given the fact that the two 6509 switches at LAN Site 2 are L2 swithces, I wonder how should I go about creating a L3 single VLAN Interface for our PVLANs and their (the switches 6509) relation to the EIGRP interfaces?
Are those switches Layer2 switches because they lack a routing module, or they are Layer2 switches because ip routing isn't enabled?
As for PVLANs, please refer to this document:
According to the diagram, perhaps the design requires for routed connections between switches and run a dynamic routing protocol between them, see this article for more information:
This has beena great learning experience for me and thanks for sharing yoyr experties with me. I am sure that this posting will be usefull to a lot of people.
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