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Design Network config

Hi,

We have starting a new network setup for our site can any one suggest me how i can deploy the following points on my network

1. I am planning to deploy the STP between access and distribution

2. Running HSRP between two 6500 switch like for some VLAN Switch A will be the primary and other VLAN switch B will be primary

3. In the core connecting to our two site has the two redunant fibre

can any one help me in example config for the attached network diagram

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New Member

Re: Design Network config

Hi,

We have starting a new network setup for our site can any one suggest me how i can deploy the following points on my network

1. I am planning to deploy the STP between access and distribution

2. Running HSRP between two 6500 switch like for some VLAN Switch A will be the primary and other VLAN switch B will be primary

3. In the core connecting to our two site has the two redunant fibre

can any one help me in example config for the attached network diagram

New Member

Re: Design Network config

I have setup many networks like this. Take a look at www.techsnips.com and see if you can get some ideas.

Bronze

Re: Design Network config

Hi,

I would use L3 between the core switches and the WAN switches and use a routing protocol.

In regards to core to access-layer, i might do what is attached.

rgds,

Re: Design Network config

Hi,

Cisco recommends a complete layer-3 Network design between CORE and Distribution including the access layer.

The Complete Layer-3 design has the benifit of the following:

1- Rapid link failure detection.

2- Rapid route Convergence.

You can even implement (BFD) Bidirectional forwarding detection with OSPF or EIGRP.

Pls have a look at the attached documents:

HTH

Mohamed

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