I have a layer 3 access switch connected via a routed link to a layer 3 distribution switch. I have built two svi's for vlan 2 and 3 on the access switch. I can create routing for vlan 2 and 3 using two different methods:
method 1) on the access switch: create svi's for vlan 2 and 3 and then enable routing and eigrp with corresponding network statements on the access switch.
on the access switch: create svi's for vlan 2 and 3. Setup a default route pointing to the routed interface of distribution switch.
on the distribution switch: use the command "redistribute static route map static-into-eigrp". then create static routes for each vlan 2 and vlan 3 pointing to the access switch.
It appears that method 1 above is easier to administor. Is there any reason to use method 2?