The above implements layer 3 routing in the core layer. VTP is a layer two protocol, therefore each switch block connecting to the core has its on VTP domain? or can the VTP domain span all switch blocks over the routed core?
Thanks for you answer. one more thing, if each VTP domain is on a diffrent network, can you then communicate via layer three routing as each distrubution switch in the switch block will connect to the core switch hence advertising connected network? how would you commmunicate between switch blocks?
Thanks, I think I get it now. I'm sudying for CCDP and looking at design implementations, cisco recommend Layer 3 routing from the dist edge to the core and within the core for a Medium/Large campus. I just wanted to know how each user access block would communicate with the server block over a layer 3 routed Dist/core backbone.
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