I once found a document on how to configure HSRP for VLAN's going across four (4) 65xx's. We have about 4 VLAN's that span these 65xx's. We are implementing a WAN core containing two (2) 6506E's that will have a 10 gb connection to each of the 65xx's that will make up our server farm. I once found a document that gave examples, but cannot find it now. And any campus design doc that I have found, does not contain HSRP config. Any help would be appreciated.
No you are not missing the point. You answered the way I asked. What I forgot to also ask, was would I connect the four (4) 65xx's together to allow HSRP hellos to talk? Or would that occur up the links going to the WAN core? I just want to make sure I don't have two (2) 65xx running in Primary for the same VLAN.
Sorry for not getting you all the information, as I forget some of these config issues.
I guess that is the question exact connectiviy between the 4 6500's. I had not planned to connect them. I am planning to run 10gig L3 connections from each 6500 up to the WAN core. So, each 6500 would have 2 10gig connections, and I guess your saying I might need a L2 connection between the 6500's.
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