We run LAT and have to run LAT and the choice of getting rid of it is beyond my authority. So i am stuck with it.
My question is:
We are upgrading our core routing/switching with 6500VSS and carving it up into VLANs with EIGRP running between the various 6500 cores.
But we have several devices in varried locations that run LAT(decnet). We run LAT enabled commands on interfaces, a global ACL, and bridge group commands on the interfaces in question. Currently this is all done on a 2815, soon to be replaced by 6500 w/vss.
How is this done on a L3 switch with VLANs? Do wwe need to load a special feature set or train?
to support DECNET you will need an enterprise or advanced enterprise feature set and the right release train.
see the following link
and look for decnet. Unfortunately LAT is not listed.
There can be other restrictions and possible impacts on overall performance that you have to take care of.
Hope to help