IPT network with 2801s and 3560s. My VAR setup VLAN6 for phone traffic, and VLAN9 for "mgt traffic". (VLAN1 is still active as the default so I imagine most of the Cisco info traffic is still moving about on VLAN1).
Anyways, I have some devices that I have to telnet into with a 6 addy, and others with a 9. All of the 2801s have a vlan6 but no 9. The 3560s have a vlan9 but no 6. You get the idea!
Trivial, but I always find myself typing in the wrong addy when I try to telnet to one of the boxes.
Should I give them all a vlan6 addy or all a vlan9 addy or both? How many use a separate vlan for "mgt traffic"?
"So I guess what I am asking is, should all my devices have a .9 addy like the one shown above? It does make my management tasks a little easier"
Yes if possible. As Collin notes it doesn't have to be a subinterface, it could be a loopback address on the router.
Just out of interest is there any reason why you are using subinterfaces on your 2811 and not L3 SVI interfaces on your 3560. You would get better performance inter-vlan routing on your 3560.