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Cisco 6500 as Building Service Provider Help

Cisco 6500 as Building Service Provider Help

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I used to be good at this like 6 years ago and a friend asked if I could help him out and I think I'm in over my head.

We would like to set up a 6500 as a building service provider. We have a 1gig fiber line with a public /24 address space into the supervisor board. The idea is to chop that into a bunch of /29 addresses and have them assigned without natting to ports for the offices to attach their own router/firewalls. We want to apply rate limits to each subnet so they each get 100meg of the line.

We have a 6509 running the adventerprisek9 software with 2 supervisor blades and a 48 port blade. We will need ssh for management and there is a second isp we want use as a back up in case the main fiber goes down so we can troubleshoot. Eventually we would like it as a failover but that can wait.

It seemed like a fairly straight forward deal and I thought I might of had it but I have mucked it up pretty fierce.

I thought it would be a pretty common setup but I can't find any examples to even get me back on the right path.

Any and all help would be appreciated and an example config even if it's just a basic would be awesome for to at least start to build off of.

I can post whatever part of my config but it's probably not very helpful.

Thank you in advance.

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