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Campus Network Design

Hi all,

 

In attachment you have my Campus Network topology that needs to be configured. As you can see, it is a hierarchical structure, where the distribution layer consists of two layer 3 switches, and the core layer consists of two routers. Layer 3 switches are configured to support different VLANs and failover thanks to the implemented protocol HSRP. I need help with the configuration of the Core Layer. What is all necessary to configure (what protocols) on  the routers for proper functioning of my Campus Network.

Any suggestions? Also do I need to configure any routing protocol on Layer 3 Switches of Distribution layer?

Thanks in advance !!!

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

I ain't going to help you.  

I ain't going to help you.  

 

Your network diagram is like the other school-work-pretending-to-be-a-corporate-network. 

 

NOTE:  Every 6 to 8 months, at least four of THE SAME network diagram comes out.  

New Member

Ok.Could you at least tell me

Ok.

Could you at least tell me where I can find all those network diagrams and configurations ?  As I've no experience in configuring this type of network, I dont see the reason why you would not help me with some advice at least?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

I need help with the

I need help with the configuration of the Core Layer.

Happy to give "advice" or directions.   But don't expect us to knock up the configuration for you.  You do the work, we'll be happy to point out where your mistakes are.

 

Answer this question first:  Exactly WHAT IS THE LOCATION of all these switches.  Are they all in one physical building?

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