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Bridging same network across two routers

Hi everyone:

This is my first time posting. I have a customer that wants to connect same subnet via two different location using 10.10.10.x /24 for example, due to restrictions. Below is how the network would look. I read the document below about IRB, but I am hoping someone try this before across different routers and if there is any special consideration for the switches. Thanks in advance.

10.10.10.10/24<---->Layer3switch<----->WAN Router<------>WAN Router<---->Layer3 switch<---->10.10.10.11/24.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk389/tk689/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094663.shtml

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Re: Bridging same network across two routers

Hi,

There hasn't required any special consideretion for switches and configure l2 cross connect.

Sap..,

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Re: Bridging same network across two routers

Sorry for my ignorance. I guess I am worried something strange is going to happen since there are other sites going to try to reach these servers.

1) Would you be able to provide a sample config or point me in the right directions ?

2) Will there be a need to do any routing changes ?

3) Would you have to configure the links from the switches to routers as trunks.

4) What other requirements are there for each device ?

This would be straight forward if it was just one router. Thanks in advance.

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