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private vlan and HSRP

Hi, guys. I have a question about Private Vlan and HSRP implement. In my network topology, there are 2 switch 6509 as core switches and Internet outlet. There are a 3750 as a distribute swtich, and 3550 as a access swtich. the topology is as below:

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7609----7609

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3750

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3550

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servers

Now there are some Server will connect to 3550, and 3750 and 3550 will be treated as Layer 2 switch, that is these servers's default gateway will be on vlan interface on 7609, and I have configured HSRP between the vlan on 2 6509. My question is how to implement private vlan on 3550 with HSRP on 7609, so that these servers can have redundancy gateway, and be kept isolated between other servers.

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Re: private vlan and HSRP

It looks like the 3550 do not support private VLAN.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps4324/products_tech_note09186a0080094830.shtml

More info. on private VLAN :

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps4324/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a00802c30c4.html#wp1138148

Did you configure the VLAN trunking between 7609, 3750 and 3550 ? Once we enable the VLAN trunking then the server can plug to the assigned VLAN and communicate to the 7609 via the trunk w/o interference w/ other VLAN. However, you have to enable the VLAN routing at 7609 to make it able to connect to other VLAN user if you want.

Hope this helps.

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