ARX configuration/network layout
We have a pair of ARX2000's that I'm getting ready to setup. I want to make sure I set them up properly. The following is how we're planning on configuring the ARX's
5 ports set up in an LACP single arm aggregation to allow for a single link loss (4 ports sending traffic and one for parity). It will reside in our vlan 32, and use vlan tagging. All client networks are route-able to that network. We'll have another 5 ports set up in a similar aggregation cabled into our redundant core switch - with the expectation that this would only ever be used if we lost the primary core switch. Not entirely sure how to set the arx to make sure traffic doesn't send on the 2nd set of 5 interfaces. Our network engineers say that we can use spanning tree for this. The last 2 ports will be set up for in-band management. (are these what will handle heartbeat traffic as well??)
Is this something that sounds do-able? I'm coming at this from a unix/storage perspective and not so confident on the network layout perspective.