Connection between a 7513 and Catalyst 5500 with RSM
I am in the process of changing my VLAN management interface from the default of VLAN 1 to VLAN 2 and encountered the following:
Current IP address of SC0 interface is an IP network that is not defined on my RSM. The IP network is configured on our 7513 as as sub-interface and the network is advertised using a network statement via OSPF. It also has an IP route statement pointing to the address on the 7513. Correct me if I am wrong but if you are using a 5500 with a RSM shouldn't the ip route statement point to an address on your RSM?
If I change SC0 from VLAN 1 to VLAN 2 how should I setup the 7513? Should the IP address of the Ethernet interface on the router be in a different network from the one that I will be using for the management interfaces of the switches?
Please note the following:
Currently the 7513 is connected to the 5500 via a non-trunk 100 MB fiber link.
The 5500 is our backbone switch and will after I finish configuring it provide all Inter-VLAN communications internally.
The 7513 is only being used for our WAN connections which are Frame Relay.
Re: Connection between a 7513 and Catalyst 5500 with RSM
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