adding core redundancy to collapsed core

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  1. jam3s

    jam3s

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    Hello All

    What is the best was to add a redundancy core to collapsed core network? Currently we have 12 x 3750 stacks at the access layer with a 2 port ether channel dot1q trunks back to a 4506 with supervisor 6-e at the core.

    All access areas are split into different subnets. currently the 4500 performs all inter-vlan routing and is a VTP Server.

    Thanks for any help in advanced

    James
     
    jam3s, Nov 29, 2009
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