Multiple L3 out in same network(Static L3 Out)-Is it possible
Hi , I am migrating a traditional network to ACI. I have a L3 (SVI) in the current Cisco core (10.200.1.0/24). The same network consists of 2 FW gateways as mentioned above in the same network. ie 10.200.1.100/24 and 10.200.1.150/24. I know we can achieve one L3 out very easily. I am confused how to integrate the second one in APIC.
Re: Multiple L3 out in same network(Static L3 Out)-Is it possible
Hi, Thanks for your reply. Just need more clarity on the above. My Core Switch GW is 10.200.1.1/24. When I create a Logical Interface profile in ACI for the first L3 out , I need to assign an IP address which I will assign 10.200.1.1 When I have another L3 Out in the same network , I need to create another node and i need to assign an IP to the second Logical Interface profile. Is it possible to assign the same 10.200.1.1/24 to it?
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