Thanks for the response. All good answers, which help this design!
I will clarify question 4 a little for you - I am confused as to how ACE knows how to reach the Rserver subnets as they are not adjacent, as all the literature suggests that no static routes are needed in bridged ACE (apart from mgmt traffic routes).
I assume that with a VRF routed backend between ACE and the Rservers then ACE will need static routes to reach those subnets via the VRF next hop? I just want to clarify that is the case, as this means although the ACE is bridging, it is also making routing decisions?
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