Hi again guys, I'm trying to use an etherswitch on a 2811. I was using an external switch with SNA hosts and IP hosts mixed, and everything worked. Now that I'm migrating to this etherswitch card, I tried to use the same configuration I was using on the ethernet that goes to the switch:
description Lan Local
ip address 172.20.191.49 255.255.255.240
ip access-group 180 in
ip helper-address 172.20.1.18
no cdp enable
In the interface vlan I'm creating for the etherswitch. The thing is, if I use the "bridge-group 1" command, the IP host can't ping their GW (the vlan interface). But I need that command so DLSw can work:
dlsw local-peer peer-id 10.3.191.49
dlsw remote-peer 0 tcp 10.2.1.1
dlsw bridge-group 1
What can I do? Cisco documentation says that DLSw IS compatible with etherswitch.
I was thinking about using 2 int vlans, one with an IP address configured (GW for IP hosts), and another int vlan for the SNA hosts, (without ip address configured but with the "bridge-group 1" configured)
Then I just connect the SNA hosts to one of the vlans and the ip host to the other vlan. Do you think there is another way to make this work?
thanks in advance