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One Subnet, Two routers!?

Hi All,

Our server development team have a requirement to have the same subnet in two different locations (apparently it will facilitate the deployment of DR servers and such) that is served by 6509s and a routed link between. Is there a technique or feature we can use to accomodate them that is available on the 6509, perhaps a tunneling protocol of some kind? I've read briefly about OTV but this seems to be available on ither (higher end?) kit such as the Nexus switches. Is HSRP a possible solution (we could arrange a L2 link between the two sites)?

The 6509s are running s72033-ipservicesk9_wan-mz.122-33.SXJ2 at one site and s72033-ipservicesk9_wan-mz.122-33.SXI5 at the other. Both have the VSS operational.

Many thanks in advance for any suggestions or even confirmation that such a thing cannot be done on our current configuration.

Regards,

Scott

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Re:One Subnet, Two routers!?

Hello
it depends on how your two sites are currently connected.

Two technologies come to mind

ATOM
L2TPv3

res
paul

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