Looking for a design best practice, and a little help,
Basically my design looks like this
2821 (Single ISP w/BGP failover to redundant site)
4948 4948 (Inet/MPLS Switch)
ASA --- ASA (5520's Failover Pair (Advert BGP AS from here))
6506 --- 6506 (Core (VS-SUP720-10G)
The 4948's also have a pair of 2821's that are from 2 seperate carriers provideing MPLS connections to the other site/corp office off a single vlan to both switches (Load balanced with OSPF, and Connected to the ASA's via "DMZ_MPLS")
Here is my issue, as of 8.x the ASA's dont support etherchannel of 2 or more interfaces together, so, if i connect the 4948's together with a "Uplink" port that's layer 2, and set the internet router to use a BVI interface that uses both G0/0 & G0/1, aren't I going to run into a "Non-Mac-Flooding" issue?
Can i create a "Layer 3 Interface on both 4948's and use that for a "Uplink" to ensure multi-path?
I realize that i am useing only a single internet connection, but would like to have full redundancy up to that single point of failure, as if the i-net router fails, bgp fails over to the secondary site.