In our client Datacenter we have an infra setup as defined in the below concept.
LAN Internet Seg Router (L3) Switch - 3550- Gonna replaced by 3750(Redundant Mode)--> Internet Screening Router(Internet Facing- (Reduntant)-3800 Series
Internet Access ( Under this segment Internet Oriented Setups are there)-HA-3500 Switch
(X) (Y) (Z) --> Multiple infra which is based on the ineternet.
We are in a position to replace the LAN Internet Segment router (3550 L3 Switch Gig model) Customer is challenging us to perform the replacement with 3750 without any major outage. Customer agrees for intermittent interupption of services.
IBGP is running between LAN Internet segment routers A & B and Ebgp running between LAN end routers & Internet routers.
I personally feel its technically possible. But am worrying about taking the challenge considering the flaws in performing this.
My plan is like this Putting the existing LAN Internet Seg router B down & bring the new 3750 new switch and establish the EBGP alone to take the traffic.
If that recieves and transmits the traffic I will go ahead and power down the router A and replace with the 3750 by againestablishing the EBGP alone. if both does well then i will establish the IBGP between the routers.
Traffic towards LAN will be taken care by LAN router & Internet will taken care by the screening router. IBGP will have the same routes exhanging between the two LAN inetrenet segment routers.
Do we have any challenge in replacing the different hardware. Does it makes any flaws in the routing. while doing as per my plan.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.