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Uplinking a 4500 to 6500s

I would like a suggestion on the best way to do uplink a 4500 with a SUP IV to the core of the network. I have two 6500s in the core, and I am going to uplink the 4500 with a connection to each 4500. I was thinking about using a transport vlan to connect to each 6500. 2 addresses just used between the 4500 and the 6500 and another two for the other uplink. I'm planning on trying to have most devices on the 4500 be on a seperate vlan just for the 4500, but I know that I will have to have devices that are on different vlans defined on the 6500. Should this switch participate in eigrp? What would be the best way to handle this?

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Re: Uplinking a 4500 to 6500s

If you want the switch to participate in routing, you can configure it to work as a router and advertise the routes.

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