I had to repost this as I need help urgently. I need to move the line this weekend.
I need to do the following:
Please find attached what I am trying to do. We have a lot of VLANs and yes the 2 x 1GB links are trunk and under the same vtp so have all the VLANS across all switches.
1. From the diagram on prop.jpg, where should I move the red 1GB link to? I need to move it away from the red switches onto the black switches at DR.
2. If I just plug the red 1GB it into one of the black switches at DR, will traffic betrween the main site and DR move along both 1GB Link. I need to do load balancing as the existing 1GB link is getting really overloaded. SO I want to be able to configure such that traffic moves along the 1 x 1GB link.
1. Make one 6509 as primary root switch for few of the vlans and another 6509 as secondry root bridge for few of the vlans.
2. Make Even vlans like 2,4,6 on one switch and 3,5,7 on the other switch. Do viceversa on other switch make it as a primary root switch for odd vlans and secondry for even vlans.
3. Once that is done then configure the respective vlan interface on the 6509's and run the HSRP on the 6509's. Again, make one 6509 which is the primary root switch for even vlans as the active router for the even vlans and standby for the odd vlans.
4. Do the vice versa on the other switch and that make the HSRP active for the odd vlans for which the switch is primary root and make the standby for even vlans.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.