On the 2 x 3750G callapsed core/distribution switches I have configure SVI interfaces for each vlan in my network (6 vlans, 1, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50).
I have about 5 switch blocks/stacks each using a different vlan eg. switch_block 1 (5 x switches in stack)uses Vlan 10.
The top switch in the stack connects via fibre to core_sw_1 and at the bottom switch in stack via fibre to core_2. All switches are then linked in a daisy chain fashion via copper.
spanning-tree is split over each of the core switches as root eg. core_1 is root for vlan 1,10,20 and core _2 is root for vlan 30,40,50.
I have used the "switch(config)#int vlan 1" command and assigned an ip address (on core_1) of 10.217.12.1/24 for the SVI. I have repeated the steps for all vlans, eg. vlan 10 is 10.217.13.1/24 vlan 20 is 10.217.14.1/24 and so on.
I have repeated the above steps on the second core switch also but have replaced the last octet of the IP address to .2 (int vlan 1--10.217.12.1 on core_1 and int vlan 1 -- 10.217.12.2 on core_2, repeating for each of the other vlans.
Is this the right way to configure SVI's???
On the switch block the top and bottom switches of the stack have also been configured with the "int vlan #" command and IP addresses have been incremented by 1 on each switch eg. vlan 1 -- 10.217.12.3 /24 on top switch and int vlan 1 -- 10.217.12.4 /24 on the bottom switch.
Is this the correct way to configure SVI's??