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Traffic flow

I am having 2 routers connected with 2 switches as given in the attached diagram:

 

When data is going from network A to Network B it is going from 
switch 1 --- R1 f 0/0---  R1 f 0/1 --- switch 2--- R2 f 0/1---- R2 f0/0 --- switch 1 --- Network B
We want to remove one router and we want the same flow from single router.

Can anyone suggest me what can we do on the router for the same data flow?

 

 

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Seems like a very artificial

Seems like a very artificial problem.  

Is this a class assignment? If so, it wouldn't be fair to get your answer here. 

New Member

Its not an artificial problem

Its not an artificial problem.

I have replaced both routers with a single router and i have enabled VRF on it. Now i m trying the same flow.

If you have any suggestion for me on this please tell me?

 

Regards,
Mukesh Kumar
Network Engineer
Spooster IT Services

 

Hall of Fame Super Silver

If network a and b are both

If network a and b are both on switch 1, what's the point of involving switch 2?

Simply either:

a. use two interfaces on the router (one on switch 1 interface associated with network a and one on switch 1 interface associated with network b) or else,

b. make the router to switch a interface a trunk on the switch side and use sub interfaces on the router to tag the traffic appropriately.

No VRFs required in either case

New Member

Thanks for the information

Thanks for the information Marvin.

Can we enable redistribution between static routes in different VRF's?

 

Regards,
Mukesh Kumar
Network Engineer
Spooster IT Services

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