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3750 Intervlan routing with routing protocol

Trying to find what it the best method of doing intervlan routing with a 2691 router connected to a 3750 with 2900's as distribution switches.

The documentation that I have read on cisco's site says to use a default route from the 3750 to the 2691 router and then on the router have routes for each subnet. Is there any issue to running a routing protocol (in this case EIGRP) here?

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Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: 3750 Intervlan routing with routing protocol

Hi

No there is absolutely no issue. It really depends on

1) how many vlans you are creating

2) If there are any other L3 devices (other than your 2691) that you need to exchange routing information with.

A few vlans and static routing/default route works wells but it can soon become a pain once your number of vlans grows.

Jon

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Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: 3750 Intervlan routing with routing protocol

Hi

No there is absolutely no issue. It really depends on

1) how many vlans you are creating

2) If there are any other L3 devices (other than your 2691) that you need to exchange routing information with.

A few vlans and static routing/default route works wells but it can soon become a pain once your number of vlans grows.

Jon

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Re: 3750 Intervlan routing with routing protocol

appreciate the quick response, yes we have numerous vlan's as well as remote networks that are currently distributed with eigrp so we will add the switch into eigrp now as well.

Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: 3750 Intervlan routing with routing protocol

Sounds like the sensible thing to do :-)

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