Hi all, I have a Catalyst 6513 switch with supervisot 720-10G.
I need to connect my ISP cable there, and route all the internal network with aproximated 100 VLANS.
What i want to do is to create 2 routing instances (all of them with static routing). One routing instance to route the external networks and other instance to route the internal networks.
How can I do it?
I thought to create a VRF to route the external networks, and route the internal networks with the global routing table instance. For that I've created a vrf and assigned a phisical interface with an IP (where i connect muy ISP cable) to it. I alsa created a loopback interface with it's associated ip into the vrf. Then i create other loopback interface into the Cat6500 in the same network segment, to communicate with the vrf, bot i cannot ping the 2 loopback interfaces.
What i'm doing i correct? Should I use VRF for my problem or is there another solution so solve this?.
Thanks a lot Giuseppe, but the only way to interconnect a VRF with the GRT is patching 2 ports? If i do this y spent 2 ports on muy switch. What i want to do is to create a virtual interface. Doeas virtual interface exists here? (i mean virtual interface, not subinterfaces).
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