I meant dynamic routing between the distribution switches not between the distribution and the access. GLBP will be configured between the distribution and the access, at this point, i think no need to configure VLAN per switch.
Each access switch will has a two gigabit uplinks connection (Link1 to Dist. A, and Link2 to Dist. B), The GLBP will be configured as follows:
At (For example) interface giga 2/1 at Dist. A the Link1 will be connected, and also At interface 2/1 at Dist. B the Link2 will be connected, now the giga interfaces at the distribution switches GLBP will be configured (same group for each gigabit interfaces at the two dist. switches that connect that access switch). i.e. Layer 3 interfaces will be configured at the gigabit interfaces that will connect each access switch. NO VLANS.
My question is about this design, is it good and also i think no VLANs will be required at each access switch (NO more than one VLAN will be required at each access switch if we will configure VLANs).
Thanks, According to the server farm, we will install two Cisco 6509-E switches. We will deploy Private VLAN in the server farm, and the connection between the distribution (and also the Core) to the server farm switches will be Layer 2 in order for the distribution to be the gateway for those servers.
Kindly i need your feedback about this design, and if you give me documents about the preferred design for the server farm, it will be very helpful!
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