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Redundancy in Layer 3 Switch Routing Design

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Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Hello, I am about to implement lan segmentation using a layer 3 switch to route 2 subnetworks. I am familiar with HSRP on routers to provide failover if one router fails. Do I do the same with a VLAN ip in a layer 3 switch? We will be using 2 Cisco 3560G-24TS, switches, each connected to 2 difference core switches via fiber. And interconnected to themselves using fiber..

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-Roger
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Yes, you can do the same for vlan interfaces.
Do you need an example? (I suppose no, if you said that you are familiar :) )

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