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Configuring 2 Cisco catalyst 4006 as a default gateway

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I have 2 x Cisco Catalysts 4006 that support 20 Cisco 2950s between 2 floors. Providing failover if one was to faiil. I would like to know whether i can configure them such that they act as my default gateway using HSRP i imagine. Is this possible? They would also have to share the same IP Address.

Also can the Cisco 2950s support separate VLANS on different subnets?

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>I would like to know whether i can configure them such that they act as my default gateway using HSRP

Yes.

>Is this possible? They would also have to share the same IP Address.

No. The only address they would "share" would be the virtual IP address.

>Also can the Cisco 2950s support separate VLANS on different subnets?

Yes. Since VLAN's by defination are seperate subnets.

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Can you give me an idea as to how i would go about configuring the Catalyst 4006s to act as my default gateway? As i am unable to find a document.
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Assuming that the 4006's are configured to route, you don't have to do anything. Just configure the PC's default gateway with the IP address of the 4006 route processor.

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