Bridging on a 2811 router

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May 15th, 2007

We are in the process of replacing our existing 3com bridges with a cisco 2811 router with a channelized t1 PRI interface. Is it possible to program different bridge groups that would be assigned to different channel-groups on the PRI interface as then the 2811 could replace the 5 existing bridges now in place. If so, could you provide a brief explanationas to how. THanks in advance.


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Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 05/21/2007 - 10:54

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