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I have recently been charged with configuring a small network to support LANS with overlapping IP netblocks (192.168.1.0/24) back to another network. I have concluded that I will need to use VRF to accommodate the overlapping subnets, just never configured VRF. I am using a Cisco 3750 to connect the LANS to a WAN connection. I believe this hardware will work. If not, let me know..Your expert answers are greatly appreciated........
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Sure, you can implement this with vrf-lite. See

http://networkers-online.com/blog/2009/02/vrf-lite/ 

http://packetlife.net/blog/2009/apr/30/intro-vrf-lite/


hope this helps.
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Sorry for the delay getting back. Everything is working via VRF Lite...Thanks again for the quick replay and answer....
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nice !
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very nice my problem is solved thanks a lot
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