How to configure two Core switches in a network with intervlan routing ?
Hi Friends, i have two 3750 switches. I configured intervlan routing between three vlans which are vlan11,vlan12, and vlan13 in Core Switch1. These three vlans are communicate each other as vice versa. Now i am going to implement another Core 3750 switch in below the Core switch1 for some storage purpose.
My question is, i want to configure another vlan(ie: vlan300) for storage in Core switch 2. and i have to communicate with all vlans which is in Core switch1. Is it possible, if so what is the procedure to do so? Can i get configuration CLI commands?
Note: Why i thought to go for one more Core switch is, for Good throughput. This Vlan300 is for storage servers. I want perfect throughput without any drops thats the reason i go for one more Core Switch.
Please help me or advice me the good suggestions. Advance in Thanks.
If the only reason for an extra switch is more throughput then you should be stacking the two switches. Cisco 3750 is a stackable switch which will provide you more throughput and resiliency at the same time. Please visit the following link for more info on Catalyst 3750.
If you chose to stack the switches you only need to create vlan 300 on the switch1 same way you created the other vlans and then just assign the ports to all the hosts and storage servers in a redundant fashion.
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