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Re: Transit LAN vs. Individual LANs
From: "Scott Weeks" <surfer () mauigateway com>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 09:10:24 -1000

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From: "Stephen Sprunk" <stephen () sprunk org>
To: "Patrick W. Gilmore" <patrick () ianai net>
Cc: "North American Noise and Off-topic Gripes"
<nanog () merit edu>
Subject: Re: Transit LAN vs. Individual LANs
Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2006 13:56:37 -0600

Thus spake "Patrick W. Gilmore" <patrick () ianai net>
On Feb 24, 2006, at 9:03 PM, Scott Weeks wrote:
I have 2 core routers (CR) and 3 access routers (AR)
currently connected point-to-point where each AR
connects to >> each CR for a total of 6 ckts.  Now someone
has decided to >> connect them with Gig-E.  I was
wondering about the benefits >> or disadvantages of
keeping the ckts each in their own >> individual LANs or
tying them all into one VLAN for a >> "Transit LAN" as
those folks that decided on going to Gig-E >> aren't doing
any logical network architecting (is that a >> real
word?). >
Personally, I like the to KISS, so one big 'transit

ITYM two big transit LANs -- one must be prepared for a
switch to fail.

These're going to be router-to-router connections (each AR
is connected to both CRs) and I had thought about tying them
all into one VLAN vs. PTP Gig-E.  I was just trying to find
out the operational benefits of either design.


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