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Webcast-Catalyst9k
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LAN-WAN intergration issue

My real time scenario:

I'm going to implement a network where 2 nos. 4506 switches need to configure with HSRP. Both switches will connect to 3 different router on a Vlan 201 (10.100.64.0/28). Switch1 is master & switch2 is standby for Vlan 201. Now requirement, both fastethernet ports of Router should bind to single logical interface as customer wants use single IP address on Router for LAN. Any Ethernet bundling can I use to resolve this or should I go for another vlan for Router 2nd Ethernet interface ?

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Anonymous
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Re: LAN-WAN intergration issue

Based on the level I understood ur requirement,I think Ether channel can be used to bundle the ethernet ports to a single logical interface. Ether channel provides load balancing,additional bandwidth just by bundling multiple ethernet interfaces to a single interface. This etherchannel can be dynamically created on the switch ports which has to be bundled by using

1.PAgP and 2.LACP protocols.

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