Both options are valid for both cases either when running Native or Hybrid, i'd go for option2, since this is a point-to-point link between the switch and the router then i'd go for a routed interface rather than using SVI interface.
OK, so just speaking of Native IOS, you are saying that both option 1 and option 2 will work on a native IOS switch to create an L3 link between the switch interface and the router?
You know something funny, I cant seem to find any literature on Cisco's website that addresses this scenario. You can find tons of informtaion on vlans, inter-vlan routing, etc, but nothing ever that addresses the situation in which one wants to create L3 links to another device using catOS and how it is different from native IOS.
Are there any advantages/disadvantages to either of the 2 approaches?
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