I dont have servers in dual-home, each server have only one cable connected to a 6509(S2 or S3).
The connection for S2->S1 is a 1GB lan-to-lan link, the connection for S3-S1 is a 100MB Lan-to-lan Link, the connection for S2 and S3 is a 10GBEthernet Link in my lan, therefore it cannot stay in blocked state.
I would like to maintain the two links, (S2-S1)1GB and (S3-S1)100MB in forward state,
without blocking S2-S3(10GB) connection, its possible?
Say S1 is your root bridge. The link that would be blocked by default is S1<>S3 since the cost would be higher compared to a 10g and 1g link combined cost. That would be the prefered path and shouldn't casue you any issues.
But one has to be blocked or your create a loop.
If your worried about overloading the S1<>S2 link you could add more links and turn it into an etherchannel.
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