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Offline manubz

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Core routing switch
« on: September 05, 2013, 10:45:52 AM »

Our days, we have a new hq incoming near our first. So, people will stay in current and incoming people will have their office in new.

So we have to buy and equip the new hq.

Actually we have 4x5520ERS48T (access/distrib/core) stacked in our server house and 1x5520ERS48T+1x45xx in a second house. All is connected by FO. We also have others sites all connected with FO on the stack and in our network area.

So my question, the new hq has the same size than actual. We think to buy another stack for it and make it as access as. And turn actual stack as access too.
We want to build a core network with two core switches, one by building. These infra will be connected by fo between core switches and fo between core1 to access2 and core2 to access1 for redundance.

Access will be connected by GBE to core or fo.

- What is the best way to connect access switches to core ?
- Would you have reference for core switches, Avaya for sure ?
- Would you have any advice for ou project ?

If you need more informations, do not hesitate.

And one more time, sorry for my english ! :)


Offline Telair

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Re: Core routing switch
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2013, 02:59:36 PM »
I think maybe what you are looking for is all in the Avaya "Small Campus Technical Solutions Guide".  It shows you the how's and why's of setting up a small network with Avaya gear.  It is a very good read.  I'll give you a link to it below: