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Active vlans routing

Hi guys,

I got this configuration question which I am puzzled.

Refer to the attachment. I got 2 L3 switches and the requirement is that based on the vlan tagged from L2 switch, the respective L3 switch should handle the vlan routing. And both L3 switches should back each other.

What type of switching concept this? How should I configure the L3 switches?

Thank you.

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Active vlans routing

Hi,

You can configure the switches as (active/standby) through the HSRP where you can configure it on the interface VLAN.

Create all the VLANs that you want to use on the both L3 switches so the Switch with high priority int VLAN  will be the active in case the L3 switch goes down the backup switch will become Active.

I hope this help you,

Please update me,

Regards,

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New Member

Active vlans routing

Hi,

You can configure the switches as (active/standby) through the HSRP where you can configure it on the interface VLAN.

Create all the VLANs that you want to use on the both L3 switches so the Switch with high priority int VLAN  will be the active in case the L3 switch goes down the backup switch will become Active.

I hope this help you,

Please update me,

Regards,

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