I am bit confused with Nexus Vpc Layer -3 issue!!..Really need a help on it.Let me explain my scenario.I have 2 nexus 7k connecting to a pair of N5k with a double sided VPC.Now i have a router connected to access port of N5k and need a EIGRP neighbor ship with both N7k.It is single broadcast segment.The N7k 1 & 2 will have SVI s with same subnet as that of router.Above the N7k it will be only layer 3 links connected with no VPC.
So i need to know whether this scenario work with a router connected to N5k to form a routing protocol neighbor ship with the N7k on a VPC and reach the other destination above N7k on pure Layer 3.
Yes you are right...But there is catch in the Nexus VPC and layer 3 interaction.It says that for a layer 3 routing with VPC,the layer 3 device should be hooked directly on to the N7k on seperate L3 interfaces.The loop avoidance trick on VPC actually cause the routing packets to drop.
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