I am trying to configure our 6506 to communicate with a separate network. Currently we use STP MST and have a vtp server configured. I just added a 3550, but it needs to be on a different vtp domain. My real problem is that my current network has a vlan with the 10.0.0.0/16 network assigned to it. The new network needs to use a 10.1.86.0/24 network. I can't create a layer 3 interface because the 10.1.86.0 network is assigned to the VLAN. Can this be set up via L2 and non-routed or private VLAN's. Does anyone have any experience with anything like this?
At layer two, everything is Ethernet (MAC) ... there's no manipulation of an IP (or any other network-level) address.
Best case that I can think of would be a NAT, but that's still a layer three+ issue.
IMHO, you'll need to do some re-addressing at one place or another, in the meantime, maybe a router using SECONDARY addressing on the ambiguous interface. BEcareful though, SECONDARY addressing can cause some "issues" with some routing protocols (like spilt horizon problems).
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