Here is the scenirio. Three sites all with Cisco 7206VXR on DS3-ATM between the three sites. Each site has an 6509. I need to have the labs on a certain VLAN communicating to each other. Of course there is other traffic that other users will need to get between the three sites. How can I isolate the lab traffic from the rest of the traffic between the three sites?
You could create a pvc under a separate subinterface for the labs on the DS3 ATM and then create a VRF on each 7206VXR that would include the ATM subinterface and the LAN for the lab. This would make it such that you would have a VRF routing table for the labs and the global routing table for the rest of the traffic.
Caveat: Not all routing protocols are supported in VRF mode. Currently supported RPs: BGP, OSPF, RIP, Static.
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