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Reg:head office to multipoint

Dear sir,

we have head ofiice in hyd with in the hyderabd we have 11 branch officeses through fiber all branch offices r coneected .now head office and all remotes r having l3(3560)switches.now i want link redundancy if one link fails all the trafic has diverted to the other link.how much time wii take for this.

plz give me reply what way is the best.

regards

srini

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Re: Reg:head office to multipoint

The question is not very clear. All branches connected by fiber, does it mean its a ring network. R u running any routing protocol? Can u share the diagram.

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Re: Reg:head office to multipoint

Dear bvsnarayana,

Thanks for ur mail .yes it was a ring topology.now there is no routing protocols now all the switches r acting as unmangeble switches.now plz suggest me i want to mange all the links as fail over.which protocol is best(spanning tree,trunk like that.)we doesnt have diagram.

plz give me the sample examples.

regards

srini

Re: Reg:head office to multipoint

HI Srini, [Pls Rate if HELPS]

Refer link below for Reliable Static Routing Backup with Object Tracking ==> compatible with Pre-configured static routes as well as with DHCP Configurations.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps5413/products_feature_guide09186a00801d862d.html

PLS RATE if HELPS

Best Regards,

Guru Prasad R

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