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Static route for new data line.

Posted on 2015-01-27
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I have two sites (primary -1 and a colocation - 2). We are moving one of our data lines from primary to colocation. I have routes set up in the colocation to route traffic back to the primary site. I would just need to reverse this config for the data line move correct? I can provide config if necessary.

This is the current setup. VLAN 8 at the primary is the route for the line. the 10.x.x.x is where the traffic goes. Just to preface this, we are running VDI's that are located at the colocation site. We also have virtual servers that are located there. Basically about 90% of our environment is at the colocation and is routed back to the primary site.  Let me know if this makes sense. It is an MPLS route.

Thanks

Colocation:

interface vlan.0.10
  ip address 10.50.50.225 255.255.255.0 primary
  no shutdown
  exit

ip address 172.22.5.225 255.255.255.0 primary
  ip access-group 100 in
  ip helper-address 172.22.100.17
  no shutdown
  exit

 ip route 0.0.0.0/0 172.22.5.130 interface vlan.0.100 1
 ip route 10.101.0.0/16 10.50.50.1 interface vlan.0.10 1
 ip route 10.101.4.0/24 10.50.50.1 interface vlan.0.10 1
 ip route 10.103.0.0/16 10.50.50.1 interface vlan.0.10 1
 ip route 10.103.4.0/24 10.50.50.1 interface vlan.0.10 1
 ip route 10.115.0.0/16 10.50.50.1 interface vlan.0.10 1
 ip route 10.116.0.0/16 10.50.50.1 interface vlan.0.10 1


Primary:

 interface vlan.0.8
  ip address 172.22.6.225 255.255.255.0 primary
  no shutdown
  exit

interface vlan.0.12
  ip address 10.50.50.1 255.255.255.0 primary
  no shutdown
  exit


 ip route 0.0.0.0/0 10.50.50.225 interface vlan.0.12 1
 ip route 10.101.0.0/16 172.22.6.215 interface vlan.0.8 1
 ip route 10.101.4.0/24 172.22.6.215 interface vlan.0.8 1
 ip route 10.103.0.0/16 172.22.6.215 interface vlan.0.8 1
 ip route 10.103.4.0/24 172.22.6.215 interface vlan.0.8 1
 ip route 10.115.0.0/16 172.22.6.215 interface vlan.0.8 1
 ip route 10.116.0.0/16 172.22.6.215 interface vlan.0.8 1



I am guessing that all I just have to create a vlan interface for the new line and route the  10.x.x.x traffic to it since it is all at the colocation site now. Plus remove the one route for the 172.22.6.0 traffic at the colo that points back to the primary site. Correct? Just trying to verify, thanks
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I believe you are correct on both points.  

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Thanks for taking a look and confirming what I was thinking.
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You're welcome.  Thanks for your response :-)
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