I have a Gateway 7206VXR, Core 7206VXR, and 6 6509's running Sup2U-MSFC2's. I am running BGP on my Gateway router and it is routing our /19 to the Core. I am doing layer3 switching on all my 6509's.
The problem is routing between my Core and all my MSFC2's. Right now, I have a VLAN that I specfically use for routing and I have a sub-interface of my Core and VLAN interfaces on all my MSFC's in that "routing VLAN 15". On all my MSFC's I have 20 - 30 VLAN interface's all with differnet classless subnets. Right now, depending on the MSFC2 that does the routing or cef switching I should say, for that particular VLAN, I have to create a static route to that MSFC2 IP in VLAN15 from my Core. As you can imagine I have a ton of static routes on my Core router.
What I would like to do is use some sort of Intra-Area or Internal routing protocol between my Core and MSFC's, so that I can get away from all this static routing on my core. I was looking in to OSPF, but don't know to much about it.
Is it possible that sombody could help with deciding on an Internal routing protocol to go with, and also get some sort of example on how this would be achieved.
I also attached a small example of how my network looks. Mind you, I did not put all my VLANS and subnets on on the MSFC's as it would be too large. You will get the idea though.
Thanks for the help!