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routed link between same vlan

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I am studying for my CCNA and I have this scenario. I am not sure if this will work. But I want to get your thoughts.
From the attached network diagram, I cannot have the same vlan separated by a routed link. Correct?
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Correct...

With exceptions. :-)

You could use L2TPv3 to accomplish this.
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Is there a sample config or tutorial? Thx
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Yes. There are a number of examples in the link.
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Now the only reason I have this question is because I am running on WCCP between the 3750 and the Websense. The Internet connection is currently connected to the 3750. Now I am moving the Websense and the Internet connection to the 3560. Will l2tpv3 works for wccp to redirect traffic from the 3560 to the Websense? Thx
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Sorry, L2TPv3 is not supported on the 3560.
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